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DID holds meeting Tuesday

DID holds meeting Tuesday

August 8, 2011

The Downtown Improvement District will discuss ways to market downtown and how to spend its marketing dollars this week.

Weekend Best Bet: Scallopalooza

Weekend Best Bet: Scallopalooza

August 5, 2011

This Saturday evening event will support scallop restoration efforts.

Mote scientist publishes North American shark guide

Mote scientist publishes North American shark guide

August 5, 2011

Jose I. Castro’s new book, "The Sharks of North America" provides a comprehensive field guide.

City to host lobbying workshop

City to host lobbying workshop

August 5, 2011

The city of Sarasota will host a workshop session to teach elected officials and others how to lobby on behalf of local goverments.

Changes may be near for Osprey intersection

Changes may be near for Osprey intersection

August 4, 2011

After receiving continuous complaints from Osprey residents, the Florida Department of Transportation has reversed a decision it made just two weeks ago, in which it determined no changes were needed at the U.S. 41 and East Bay Street intersection.

City mulls impact fee suspensions

City mulls impact fee suspensions

August 4, 2011

City Commissioner Shannon Snyder suggested the city needs to examine closely the county’s impact fees.

Paralegal suggests Ed Smith Stadium should be a homeless shelter

Paralegal suggests Ed Smith Stadium should be a homeless shelter

August 4, 2011

A paralegal has found a state law that requires publicly funded pro sports stadiums to be used as homeless shelters. He’s suggesting the local home of the Baltimore Orioles comply.

Median project to begin soon

Median project to begin soon

August 4, 2011

Work will begin soon on a $450,000 St. Armands Circle median project that will enhance the district while improving safety for pedestrians.

Egret addicted to fast food?

Egret addicted to fast food?

August 4, 2011

The same cattle egret has been visiting a McDonald’s restaurant for more than a year, because customers were regularly feeding it. Now wildlife officials are warning people that an unnatural diet could harm the bird.

News Briefs 08.04.11

News Briefs 08.04.11

August 4, 2011

Roundabouts at Ringling Boulevard and Palm Avenue have gone out to bid; No charges indicated in purchasing scandal; County to offer grant program workshops



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