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The Finish Line

The Finish Line

April 9, 2014

World record-holder John Wallace has two marathons left until he retires from the sport. But will his retirement last?

New Colony extension: August 2016

New Colony extension: August 2016

April 9, 2014

Various parties still face numerous hurdles in their efforts to revitalize the resort, but a ticking town clock is no longer one of them.

St. Armands stakeholders push for two garages

St. Armands stakeholders push for two garages

April 9, 2014

To address parking issues on St. Armands Circle, some people believe that two garages are better than one.

Circle and city officials clash over code issues

Circle and city officials clash over code issues

April 9, 2014

St. Armands Circle Business Improvement District (BID) members are frustrated with a lack of answers from city of Sarasota officials about issues affecting the popular shopping destination.

Longbeach Café opens; LBK Liquors on tap

Longbeach Café opens; LBK Liquors on tap

April 9, 2014

Whitney Beach Plaza co-owner Ryan Snyder hopes the restaurant and liquor store will spark commitments from other tenants.

Bullock prepares for tight budget

Bullock prepares for tight budget

April 9, 2014

A 2014-15 fiscal year budget will be crafted this summer with a flat operating budget and no new employee hires to combat another year of slim finances.

News Briefs

News Briefs

April 9, 2014

Town attorney starts office hours for commission; Police department offers medication disposal

ULI Committee issues circulate at Town Hall

ULI Committee issues circulate at Town Hall

April 9, 2014

Town Manager Dave Bullock seeks a new facilitator to handle a nine-person Urban Land Institute group that is questioning its size, purpose and its very existence.

Committee analyzes pension benefit costs

Committee analyzes pension benefit costs

April 9, 2014

Longboat Key’s Finance Department recently issued bar charts and line graphs to outline the town’s pension assets; the benefits paid out; the $27 million in unfunded pension liabilities that need to be paid by taxpayers over time; and the town’s pension funding ratio.

Groin project might start sooner than expected

Groin project might start sooner than expected

April 9, 2014

Sand is coming to the north end of the Key this summer, and two sand-saving groins could follow later this year.



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