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Commission expresses pension frustration

Commission expresses pension frustration

November 16, 2009

The Town Commission is not sure how to fix a growing unfunded liability problem that has town taxpayers responsible for at least $21 million in unfunded liabilities.

Harry's Continental Kitchens now open Mondays

Harry's Continental Kitchens now open Mondays

November 16, 2009

The Longboat Key restaurant is now open seven days a week.

Save Our Seabirds to hold Bird Day celebration

Save Our Seabirds to hold Bird Day celebration

November 13, 2009

The bird-rescue facility opened in November 2008 on Ken Thompson Parkway.

File of Life project under way

File of Life project under way

November 13, 2009

Longboat Key Firefighter David Kyle is accepting orders for File of Life magnets, which are used by firefighters in an emergency situation for critical information about a patient.

Sculpting group leases Bayfront Park space

Sculpting group leases Bayfront Park space

November 12, 2009

The group currently has seven sculptors and will work on the first floor of the recreation center.

Sewage project begins in Village

Sewage project begins in Village

November 12, 2009

A $600,000 wastewater restoration project is being performed on three roads on the north end of Longboat Key. The work is expected to last through May 2010.

Welcome Back: Summer recap

Welcome Back: Summer recap

November 11, 2009

Here's a recap of the top news stories that you might have missed from May to October.

Man on the street: Swine flu

Man on the street: Swine flu

November 11, 2009

We stopped Longboaters to ask them what concerns they have about the H1N1 virus.

Garden Club awards $2,000 for python eradication

Garden Club awards $2,000 for python eradication

November 11, 2009

The grant will fund training for Sarasota County employees and New College environmental students.

Planners to discuss Islandside project next

Planners to discuss Islandside project next

November 11, 2009

Town special counsel attorney Nancy Stroud told the Planning and Zoning Board Wednesday, Nov. 11, that the Islandside gulf-planned development can be amended to allow for more development.



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