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North Shore Road beach access to re-open

North Shore Road beach access to re-open

December 20, 2011

The beach access closed in November for a seawall project.

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Beverly Shapiro

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Beverly Shapiro

December 20, 2011

Beverly Shapiro's grandmother came from Russia and didn't speak a word of English. Shapiro used to watch her grandmother prepare this noodle Kugel, but instead of helping would wait around for food.

Proposed bill could terminate town's business tax receipt program

Proposed bill could terminate town's business tax receipt program

December 15, 2011

The Longboat Key Town Commission will discuss Florida House Bill 4025 and Florida Senate Bill 760 at today’s workshop.

Colony developers not waiting for settlement

Colony developers not waiting for settlement

December 14, 2011

Club Holdings and the association board are intent on building mostly new units — even without Klauber's three acres.

Saving the bay, one scallop at a time

Saving the bay, one scallop at a time

December 14, 2011

When the microscopic baby scallops begin to develop the ability to attach, it is time to release them.

Klauber says developers need his approval

Klauber says developers need his approval

December 14, 2011

Colony Beach & Tennis Resort owner Dr. Murray 'Murf' Klauber appeared pleased and laughed in delight Tuesday morning when he heard that representatives of Club Holdings Ventures LLC wanted to create the ambience of 'casual elegance' at a newly redeveloped Colony.

Lt. Parker offers service to Israel Emergency Volunteer Project

Lt. Parker offers service to Israel Emergency Volunteer Project

December 14, 2011

When Lt. Rocky Parker learned about the Firefighters for Israel Emergency Volunteer Project, his first response was to offer his services as a firefighter.

Publix receives P&Z recommendations

Publix receives P&Z recommendations

December 14, 2011

The supermarket chain’s site plan and three outline development plans will move forward to the Longboat Key Town Commission.

Commission plugs into north-end power issues

Commission plugs into north-end power issues

December 14, 2011

Commissioner Pat Zunz questioned the frequent power failures that occur at the north end of the island and affect hundreds.

Port Dolphin funds refuel town coffers

Port Dolphin funds refuel town coffers

December 14, 2011

The town received a $500,000 reimbursement check from the Oslo, Norway,-based company.



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