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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.

OBITUARY: George Raymond Devine

OBITUARY: George Raymond Devine

September 14, 2010

George Raymond Devine was a practicing dentist and oral surgeon.

OBITUARY: Mark Kevin Height

OBITUARY: Mark Kevin Height

September 14, 2010

Mark Kevin Height, 55, was a Longboat Key resident.

Commission passes 1.8872 millage rate

Commission passes 1.8872 millage rate

September 13, 2010

The Longboat Key Town Commission voted 6-1 to pass a fiscal year 2010-11 budget that includes that includes a town manager-recommended tax rate of 1.8872 mills.

Longboat stages 9/11 tribute (WITH VIDEO)

Longboat stages 9/11 tribute (WITH VIDEO)

September 11, 2010

Public Works Department employees lined Gulf of Mexico Drive with American flags Friday to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.

RECIPE AND A RESERVATION: Chart House

RECIPE AND A RESERVATION: Chart House

September 11, 2010

Chart House Restaurant shares an exclusive recipe with YourObserver.com readers.

Attorney emphasizes Comp Plan changes

Attorney emphasizes Comp Plan changes

September 10, 2010

Town Attorney David Persson wants the town to ask its citizens what they want to see for the town's future when making amendments to the Comprehensive Plan.



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