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No snow predicted for Longboat

No snow predicted for Longboat

January 7, 2010

A local meteorologist, however, reports a colder than usual winter increases the likelihood that Longboaters could spot snow at some point this year.

Larson, Pokoik speak to Village residents

Larson, Pokoik speak to Village residents

January 7, 2010

Lynn Larson and Lee Pokoik are running for the District 1 seat of the Longboat Key Town Commission against incumbent Mayor Lee Rothenberg.

Buchanan lobbies for open meetings on health reform

Buchanan lobbies for open meetings on health reform

January 7, 2010

Congressman Vern Buchanan has formally asked President Barack Obama to ensure final meetings on health-care reform are open to the public’s viewing.

Burglars target Emerald Harbor

Burglars target Emerald Harbor

January 6, 2010

In five burglaries at Emerald Harbor, the alarm keypad panels were stolen from the interiors of three of the homes.

Leatherback turtle arrives at Mote for treatment

Leatherback turtle arrives at Mote for treatment

January 6, 2010

The species is rarely found in Southwest Florida's Gulf Coast and is the most endangered of sea-turtle species.

Christ Church project receives blessing

Christ Church project receives blessing

January 6, 2010

Despite concerns from some Sleepy Lagoon homeowners, the Town Commission voted Monday to approve a new sanctuary on the north end of Longboat Key.

Political sign issues arise

Political sign issues arise

January 6, 2010

Longboat Key District 1 commission candidate Lee Pokoik and town officials have been sparring over the placement of his campaign signs and the wording of his sign.

Term limit revision stands

Term limit revision stands

January 6, 2010

Mayor Lee Rothenberg told those opposing his decision to run for another two-year term that he has done nothing wrong.

Briefs

Briefs

January 6, 2010

Sand arrives at eroded North Shore Road beach access

Sand arrives at eroded North Shore Road beach access

January 6, 2010

The town began placing 600 cubic yards of sand Tuesday at the North Shore Road beach access to protect the road and utilities in the area. The sand cost the town $12,000.



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