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New 18-unit condo planned for Lido Key

New 18-unit condo planned for Lido Key

May 30, 2014

Patrick DiPinto has plans to develop Park Residences of Lido Key on a Taft Drive parcel.

VIDEO: Engineers present new lift station renderings

VIDEO: Engineers present new lift station renderings

May 30, 2014

At a public meeting last night, city staff and the engineering team in charge of completing the Lift Station 87 project discussed the design of the structure.

Siesta Key home sells for $10.25 million

Siesta Key home sells for $10.25 million

May 30, 2014

The gulf front estate at 4300 Higel Ave. becomes the highest-selling residential property on the barrier island since February 2013.

Sarasota taxable values continue to climb

Sarasota taxable values continue to climb

May 29, 2014

Preliminary taxable values for Sarasota County indicate a 6.4% increase to $43.4 billion in the current fiscal year over 2013. April employment figures show more positive economic news for the region.

VIDEO: Tequila Cantina plans major overhaul

VIDEO: Tequila Cantina plans major overhaul

May 29, 2014

New owners of Tequila Cantina seek to rebrand the establishment, but downtown residents, worried about noise, hesitate to support the plan.

Merchants want action on vagrants

Merchants want action on vagrants

May 29, 2014

Fed up with issues from the homeless downtown, merchants push the city to more aggressively find solutions for vagrancy problems.

DID continues paid parking debate

DID continues paid parking debate

May 29, 2014

Following a presentation from the city’s parking manager, Downtown Improvement District members softened their opposition to the reintroduction of paid parking.

News Briefs

News Briefs

May 29, 2014

Minder enters County Commission race; City commissioner announces resignation; Selby Gardens CEO announces retirement; Bayfront Children’s Fountain reopens after renovations

Sarasota fights to stay vigilant in hurricane season

Sarasota fights to stay vigilant in hurricane season

May 29, 2014

As hurricane season approaches, local governments and law enforcement agencies work to prepare themselves — and citizens — for potential emergencies.

SCAT move progresses

SCAT move progresses

May 29, 2014

Sarasota County staff may have overcome one obstacle in the potential relocation of the SCAT transfer station downtown, but other questions remain unanswered.



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