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Trolley service extended

Trolley service extended

September 17, 2010

The Manatee County Commission agreed to hold off on eliminating its Longboat Key trolley route for the rest of the year.

Five de-oiled sea turtles from Mote released

Five de-oiled sea turtles from Mote released

September 17, 2010

The turtles were rescued from Louisiana and treated at Mote.

Police contract ratification expected

Police contract ratification expected

September 16, 2010

The town of Longboat Key's Police Department and the Town Commission are expected to ratify a contract Monday.

Subcommittee makes final selections

Subcommittee makes final selections

September 15, 2010

A subcommittee formed to review operations at Town Hall selected six Longboat Key residents to interview department heads in September.

Carman’s Shoes on Circle to close

Carman’s Shoes on Circle to close

September 15, 2010

After 45 years on the Circle, the shoe-and-handbag store will close.

Town tax rate to rise 25.8%

September 15, 2010

The Longboat Key Town Commission voted 6-1 to pass a fiscal year 2010-11 budget on first reading that includes a tax rate of 1.8872 mills; the current rate is 1.5 mills.

Key trolley service questioned

Key trolley service questioned

September 15, 2010

The Manatee County Commission will make a decision later this week on its $285,000 portion of funding for the Longboat trolley route.

Report reveals Colony renovation options

September 15, 2010

A project feasibility report performed by Karins Engineering Group Inc. states Colony unit owners could occupy the units again if they agree to pay $600,500.

Hospital board candidates tackle finances

Hospital board candidates tackle finances

September 15, 2010

Only two of six hospital board races are contested in the general election. Although it may not be top of mind to many voters, the hospital board races are an important part of Election Day, because the board has a significant say in how taxes are collected. Bad debt (patients not paying bills) is on the rise, and the board may have a debate on whether to raise the tax rate to balance the books.

Colony Lender claims furniture

Colony Lender claims furniture

September 15, 2010

Colony Lender LLC and U.S. bankruptcy trustee William Maloney have reached an agreement to sell the Colony’s furniture; unit owners continue to lay claim to the property.



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