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Consultant recommends options

Consultant recommends options

April 25, 2012

A TE Connectivity Networks representative didn’t give a ringing endorsement to any one solution but found that both a DAS system or cell tower could improve north-end communications.

FULL STORY: Town settles Armstrong case

FULL STORY: Town settles Armstrong case

April 25, 2012

The commission has agreed to settle a 2010 code enforcement dispute, but Mayor Jim Brown had strong words for resident Jim Armstrong.

Next phase: More discussion on options for community center

Next phase: More discussion on options for community center

April 25, 2012

Commissioners agree to appoint a committee to explore options for a community center at the Bayfront Park Recreation Center.

Rising costs add up in budget

Rising costs add up in budget

April 25, 2012

Upcoming budget discussions could get 'down and dirty' due to increasing pension and health-insurance costs.

Request could send two parcels to referenda zone

Request could send two parcels to referenda zone

April 25, 2012

A land-use consultant is asking the Longboat Key Town Commission to consider an ordinance enabling voters to allow density creation on two parcels.

News Briefs

News Briefs

April 25, 2012

MW Development continues to pitch plan; Key Club oral arguments scheduled; Blogger arrested for trespassing at Key Club; New smartphone app tracks area attractions

Publix demolition, site work under way

Publix demolition, site work under way

April 25, 2012

Say goodbye to the old Longboat Key Publix. Demolition of the existing store was under way Monday, April 23, just two-and-a-half weeks after its April 7 closing. Construction of the new CVS is also ongoing: A concrete pour was completed earlier this week.

Town honors two 25-year employees

Town honors two 25-year employees

April 25, 2012

The Longboat Key Town Commission honored Planning Zoning & Building Office Manager Donna Chipman and Chief Accountant Sandy Moutoux for 25 years of service to the town at the Thursday, April 19, regular workshop.

Nesting season hatches May 1 on Longboat Key

Nesting season hatches May 1 on Longboat Key

April 25, 2012

Turtle lighting isn't a matter to take lightly. Bright lights can disorient nesting sea turtles and result in a $250-a-day fine.

BUSINESS OBSERVER

BUSINESS OBSERVER

April 25, 2012

The Sarasota Open takes to the courts by serving local charities; Library to begin summer Schedule May 1



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