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Energy Economic Zone program parameters set

Energy Economic Zone program parameters set

February 9, 2012

After spending more than two hours Wednesday in discussions about a controversial economic pilot program, the Sarasota County Commission voted 4-1 in favor of changes in the proposed ordinance for the program and asked staff to return with the document for another public hearing Feb. 22.

Symposium focuses on research treatment

Symposium focuses on research treatment

February 9, 2012

The 15th annual Suncoast Parkinson’s Disease Symposium, held Feb. 4, drew nearly 1,000 patients, caregivers and physicians, who came to learn about the latest advances in Parkinson’s studies and treatments.

City commission combats graffiti

City commission combats graffiti

February 9, 2012

The Sarasota City Commission agreed at its Monday, Feb. 6 regular meeting the city would work to wipe graffiti clean from city buildings in a more efficient manner in the future.

Observer readers share their stories of true love

Observer readers share their stories of true love

February 9, 2012

Turn on the Tony Bennett and pop open the rose-colored champagne. For this Valentine’s Day, we asked readers to send in their love stories and letters. Apparently, Cupid has been busy over the years shooting his arrows in unexpected places — including the Internet. So, fall in love with these stories, which could give Nicholas Sparks some inspiration.

U.S. 41 roundabouts to be unveiled in May

U.S. 41 roundabouts to be unveiled in May

February 9, 2012

Once built, two roundabouts planned for U.S. 41 at 10th and 14th streets are intended to slow traffic to 35 mph.

Dog washes no longer welcome at park

Dog washes no longer welcome at park

February 9, 2012

Dog owners are complaining about the county asking a mobile dog-washing business to stop coming to the 17th Street Paw Park in Sarasota.

Police complaints committee feud grows

Police complaints committee feud grows

February 9, 2012

Members of the city's Police Complaints Committee have refused to accept a suggestion that briefer reports cannot be produced for their review, and they are questioning whether investigations into police misconduct are wasting taxpayer dollars.

Alta Vista association focuses on grant, crime prevention

Alta Vista association focuses on grant, crime prevention

February 9, 2012

With elections approaching, members are hoping for more community participation on their projects.

Patterson Foundation focuses on partnerships

Patterson Foundation focuses on partnerships

February 9, 2012

During the first of seven scheduled sessions, Patterson Foundation Executive Director Debra Jacobs outlined Tuesday the specific partnerships and projects of the organization, with an emphasis on its guiding philosophy.

Neighbors: Brent Parker

Neighbors: Brent Parker

February 9, 2012

A Sarasota architect has a unique vision for the future of downtown.



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