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ROUNDABOUT RECONFIGURATION

ROUNDABOUT RECONFIGURATION

December 9, 2010

A law firm at the intersection of Ringling Boulevard and Orange Avenue wants City Hall to change the planned roundabout at that intersection, so it can later redevelop its property.

Permanent police panel created

December 9, 2010

The City Commission voted to install a permanent police panel to advise commissioners on the Sarasota Police Department’s policies and officer interaction with the community.

MAN ON THE STREET: Sarasota Christian School (VIDEO)

MAN ON THE STREET: Sarasota Christian School (VIDEO)

December 8, 2010

On Wednesday, 400 students from Sarasota Christian School worked tirelessly to package 60,000 meals that will be delivered to the Sarasota All Faiths Food Bank and the First Haitian Baptist Church of Belle Glade to feed hungry families.

County suspends school impact fees

County suspends school impact fees

December 8, 2010

The school board asked the County Commission to stop temporarily the collection of the $2,000 fee on each new single-family home.

Circle parking secured

December 8, 2010

Business owners feared a proposal to remove parking next to a dozen Circle stores and restaurants would be devastating.

City to build second parking garage

City to build second parking garage

December 7, 2010

A change in the Pineapple Square development agreement obligates the city to build a garage on State Street within four years.

Bromeliad tree lights up the night

Bromeliad tree lights up the night

December 6, 2010

Selby Gardens held its first annual Bromeliad Tree Lighting Ceremony with champagne and music by the gospel choir of the Westcoast School for Human Development. The holiday kick-off event precedes the opening of Selby’s tropical celebration, Lights in Bloom.

Jewish Federation devotes day to women

Jewish Federation devotes day to women

December 6, 2010

The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee held its fourth annual Women's Day Monday. The event is an opportunity for women to come together over lunch.

City considers energy-efficiency contract

City considers energy-efficiency contract

December 6, 2010

The $8.6 million agreement is expected to reduce the city's energy costs by nearly $2 million each year.

Residents light up Laurel Park for the holidays

Residents light up Laurel Park for the holidays

December 5, 2010

Laurel Park residents gathered Sunday for their annual holiday gala.



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