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Sarasota County considers retail uses in major employment center areas

Sarasota County considers retail uses in major employment center areas

September 26, 2011

Sarasota County Planning Services will host a public workshop to discuss changes in zoning code, allowing for retail uses in major employment center areas.

Roadwork updates for week of Sept. 25

Roadwork updates for week of Sept. 25

September 26, 2011

Construction and maintenance projects continue on Interstate 75, U.S. 301, U.S. 41, state Route 789, state Route 758, state Route 72 and state Route 681.

Sheriff's office warns of new scam

Sheriff's office warns of new scam

September 23, 2011

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is warning all residents about a new scam that is spreading but has yet to hit the area.

Traffic signal installations cause delays

Traffic signal installations cause delays

September 23, 2011

Sarasota County traffic signals are being upgraded this month and will cause traffic delays at various locations.

Ringling Bridge becoming energy efficient

Ringling Bridge becoming energy efficient

September 22, 2011

The Ringling Bridge’s 98 streetlights will be retrofitted with energy efficient lights starting next week.

IT restructuring irks Bartolotta

IT restructuring irks Bartolotta

September 22, 2011

The city manager believes the Sarasota City Commission’s decision to transfer the Information Technology Department out of his office is a reflection on his management ability.

Chalk Festival off, back on again

Chalk Festival off, back on again

September 22, 2011

The Sarasota Chalk Festival, scheduled for Nov. 1, was in jeopardy of being canceled because of the Sarasota City Commission's grant-permitting change.

Young survivors share their heartfelt stories

Young survivors share their heartfelt stories

September 22, 2011

Ten-year-old McLain Miller has a scar down the center of her chest. She calls it "her zipper."

City receives jolt from new program

City receives jolt from new program

September 22, 2011

The city of Sarasota will be receiving six electric car-charging stations in a variety of locations from Florida Power & Light by the end of the year.

FULL STORY: City Commission approves 5.3% millage increase

FULL STORY: City Commission approves 5.3% millage increase

September 22, 2011

Sarasota city commissioners approved on second reading Tuesday a new fiscal year budget that raises the millage rate to 2.9249 mills.



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