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Legal action pending on term limits

Legal action pending on term limits

November 3, 2011

A Sarasota attorney is considering legal action against the County Commission because of its proposed charter amendment on term limits.

P.F. Chang's China Bistro application moves forward

P.F. Chang's China Bistro application moves forward

November 3, 2011

It's been more than a year since it was announced that Sarasota developer Dr. Mark Kauffman wanted to bring a P.F. Chang's China Bistro to the edge of downtown Sarasota.

City seeks input at mooring field meeting

City seeks input at mooring field meeting

November 3, 2011

Sarasota is seeking public input for a long-awaited mooring field in Sarasota Bay, with construction set to begin in December.

FULL STORY: St. Denis only Sarasota County semi-finalist who remains

FULL STORY: St. Denis only Sarasota County semi-finalist who remains

November 3, 2011

The Mercer Group pared its original list of 45 applicants for former Administrator Jim Ley’s replacement down to eight. The former Longboat Key town manager remains the only local left.

Business owners push First Street renovation

Business owners push First Street renovation

November 3, 2011

Downtown business owners want downtown renovation dollars to be spent to upgrade a rundown First Street near U.S. 41.

Neighbors: Tim Holliday

Neighbors: Tim Holliday

November 3, 2011

When he was a teenager, Tim Holliday joked that whenever he had children, he would send them off to an island to be raised by a nanny.

PHOTO GALLERY: Kurt Wenner at J Wood

PHOTO GALLERY: Kurt Wenner at J Wood

November 2, 2011

Dozens of people gathered at the office of J Wood Realty to have books signed and meet with the author and artist, Kurt Wenner. Wenner gave a lecture earlier called "Architecture and Architectural Detailing".

Osprey Avenue closing for two months

Osprey Avenue closing for two months

November 2, 2011

An extensive water lift station project being performed by the city requires the closure of a portion of Osprey Avenue for two months.

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Asphalt art

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Asphalt art

November 1, 2011

The Sarasota Chalk Festival today opened on Pineapple Avenue and will continue through Monday, Nov. 7.

Downtown Sarasota parking meter rates rise today

Downtown Sarasota parking meter rates rise today

November 1, 2011

For the next six months, parking meters in downtown will have an hourly rate of $1 per hour.



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