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News Briefs

July 14, 2011

Homeless fed at vice mayor’s home Citizens group demands another county audit

Traffic, rainy delays top concerns with Siesta Key bridge project

Traffic, rainy delays top concerns with Siesta Key bridge project

July 14, 2011

Smooth traffic management and making sure the work is completed before tourist season begins in earnest: Those were the foremost concerns voiced July 7, when the Siesta Key Association board of directors hosted Florida Department of Transportation officials for a discussion of the 2012 north Siesta Key bridge rehabilitation project.

Sewage-treatment smell riles Palmer Ranch

July 14, 2011

A wastewater-treatment plant on McIntosh Road had a new odor-elimination system installed, but residents complain the smell is worse than ever, and they are demanding the county take action.

Rabbi fulfills sky-high dream

Rabbi fulfills sky-high dream

July 14, 2011

Rabbi Brenner Glickman spent his 40th birthday on Cloud Nine, while hang-gliding at Wallaby Ranch.

Rare finds

Rare finds

July 14, 2011

Two Marie Selby Botanical Garden employees are preparing to help rare ferns and orchids become productive members of society.

Journey of a Lifetime

Journey of a Lifetime

July 14, 2011

Strapped into the pilot seat of his Cessna 172, Dennis Flood left May 22, from the Suncoast Air Center, in Venice, for Alaska.

Stream of Dreams

Stream of Dreams

July 14, 2011

John Rorer built a small natural foods empire on the Gulf Coast during the past decade. His lynchpin is a lesson for all entrepreneurs: He isn’t afraid of new ideas.

Perfect Pastime

Perfect Pastime

July 14, 2011

A cop-turned-private investigator seeks another line of work. But he still aims to settle arguments.

Market Watch: Debt causes direction of market to stay questionable

Market Watch: Debt causes direction of market to stay questionable

July 14, 2011

Right now, even though the market has sold off recently, we remain in what is technically called a bull market. Under current economic circumstances, it’s amazing the market is not at half of its current value of 12,250 points.

City won’t restrict homeless feedings — for now

City won’t restrict homeless feedings — for now

July 13, 2011

Sarasota city commissioners want to collect evidence that restrictions on feedings in Selby Five Points Park are even necessary, before it enacts any new restrictions.



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