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Commission to consider purchase of former Klauber property

Commission to consider purchase of former Klauber property

October 28, 2011

The town could purchase the property next to Bayfront Park for $452,500.

Sand loss prompts warning from Public Works

Sand loss prompts warning from Public Works

October 27, 2011

Public Works is monitoring sand loss at the north end to determine if the North Shore Road beach access needs to close temporarily.

Hogle's notes reveal ongoing issues

Hogle's notes reveal ongoing issues

October 26, 2011

Longboat Key Police Chief Al Hogle’s notes surrounding an investigation of P&Z Director Monica Simpson detail increasing conflict with employees.

Committee to sniff out dog beach issues

Committee to sniff out dog beach issues

October 26, 2011

Dogs could be a step closer to their day at the beach following a commission workshop.

Hogle, St. Denis apply for county administrator job

Hogle, St. Denis apply for county administrator job

October 26, 2011

The Longboat Key police chief and former town manager are two of the candidates for the top Sarasota County position.

Store to open in the former 7-Eleven spot

Store to open in the former 7-Eleven spot

October 26, 2011

Longboat Ace Hardware owner Reed Savidge will open a Quik-n-Easy convenience store.

License requirement dogs Key pet owners

License requirement dogs Key pet owners

October 26, 2011

Few Longboaters know of the ordinance that requires all dogs and cats to be licensed by the town, as well as the county.

News Briefs

News Briefs

October 26, 2011

Coast Guard rescues three divers; Commission makeup change to be considered; Commission appoints subcommittee members; LBK Fire Rescue hosts safety officer courses; Mote currently treating melon-headed whale

Hawaiian islands erupt onto Condé Nast rankings

Hawaiian islands erupt onto Condé Nast rankings

October 26, 2011

The Condé Nast Traveler 2011 Readers' Choice Survey is on newsstands now.

I Am Woman captures strength of women through portraits

I Am Woman captures strength of women through portraits

October 26, 2011

Janet Walter's family cherishes a portrait, painted in the '30s, of her grandmother wearing a canary-yellow dress. They refer to the painting as 'Dearie.' It now hangs in a museum in Tulsa, Okla.



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