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The Observer welcomes season with new features

November 10, 2010

The Observer freshens its print design and strengthens its online efforts.

Subcommittee reviews its findings

Subcommittee reviews its findings

November 10, 2010

About two-thirds of the Organizational Review Subcommittee's findings will be implemented at Town Hall. The main issues with town operations were better communication and customer service.

Town files BP oil claims

November 10, 2010

The town of Longboat Key hopes to be reimbursed for approximately $20,000 in expenses accrued when preparing for possible Deepwater Horizon oil-spill effects.

Veteran looks back on military career

Veteran looks back on military career

November 10, 2010

On the eve of Veterans Day, Longboater and U.S. Navy veteran Bill Kelley looks back on his experience during World War II.

Town plans low-key 55th anniversary celebration

Town plans low-key 55th anniversary celebration

November 10, 2010

The town of Longboat Key will turn 55 years old on Nov. 14.

Summer sizzler

Summer sizzler

November 10, 2010

This week, The Longboat Observer welcomes back the Keys' seasonal residents with a recap of the summer's most significant news. On the following pages are excerpts of news stories, presented in chronological order, from May through October.

Observer amps multimedia efforts

November 10, 2010

The Observer continues to strengthen its online efforts after winning an award for 'Best Site Architecture and Overall Design.'

In Memoriam

November 10, 2010

Longboat Key lost many friends, neighbors and members of its community during the summer. Here, we remember those who have died, listed in the chronological order of their deaths.

Democrats gather for first luncheon on the season

Democrats gather for first luncheon on the season

November 9, 2010

The mid-term election results failed to dampen the spirits of the Longboat Key Club Democrat Club as 76 members gathered for the first luncheon meeting of the season Nov. 9, at The Chart House. Guest speaker Dr. Susan MacManus, a political science professor at the University of South Florida, urged the Democrats not to despair. 'Two years is a lifetime in politics,' MacManus said. 'The Republicans have two years to show what they can do, and if they don't, look out.'

Code board fines resident

Code board fines resident

November 9, 2010

Longboat Key resident Robert Smith was fined $4,000 for what the Code Enforcement Board deemed a violation of its weeds and grass ordinance.



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