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Sarasota County hires interim director

Sarasota County hires interim director

January 11, 2013

Sarasota County hired former Alachua County Concurrency and Impact Fee Manager Jonathon Paul as interim director of transportation.

Six qualify for commission election

Six qualify for commission election

January 11, 2013

Six qualified for the March election for two at-large City Commission seats.

Bird Key sidewalk closed for maintenance

Bird Key sidewalk closed for maintenance

January 11, 2013

Crews are expected to complete the maintenance project by the end of January or beginning of February.

Jan. 10: Daily Headlines Video

Jan. 10: Daily Headlines Video

January 10, 2013

Today's Stories: Notice to approve issued for gun club at Lakewood Ranch; Sarasota County will contract feral-hog hunters; Sarasota police chief DiPino reports on first week; Chinese scholar's dream takes shape one year after death

Sarasota police chief DiPino reports on first week

Sarasota police chief DiPino reports on first week

January 10, 2013

Bernadette DiPino always keeps a protein bar in her bag. They have come in handy during her busy first week as Sarasota's new chief.

News Briefs

News Briefs

January 10, 2013

City names new finance director; Fugitive captured after 24 years on the run; Commissioners approve P.F. Chang's main sign

Entrepreneur eyes additional downtown land

Entrepreneur eyes additional downtown land

January 10, 2013

Jesse Biter recently purchased two buildings fronting 200 feet of Main Street, and he is already looking ahead to his next investment.

Commissioners agree to hold Walmart appeal

Commissioners agree to hold Walmart appeal

January 10, 2013

The appeal against the proposed Ringling Boulevard Walmart becomes the fifth appeal in five years.

Institute for the Ages focuses on Sarasota's older demographic

Institute for the Ages focuses on Sarasota's older demographic

January 10, 2013

Opened six months ago, the offshoot of SCOPE is ready to launch its inaugural study geared toward the aging population.

Commission forwards Laurel Park buffer

Commission forwards Laurel Park buffer

January 10, 2013

The Planning Board will vote on the proposal next. If approved, it would change the development process for projects proposed near Laurel Park.



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