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LED flashing signs attracts criticism

LED flashing signs attracts criticism

April 12, 2012

City residents and one city commissioner are concerned about the popularity of bright LED signs that are starting to be installed along U.S. 41 and in areas close to residential neighborhoods.

Parking problem still lingers

Parking problem still lingers

April 12, 2012

Some merchants and officials believe the paid parking program didn't last long enough to gauge whether its removal is best for the city.

News Briefs

News Briefs

April 12, 2012

New College Foundation makes appointment; Ringling Picnic hosts evening festival Friday; Free document shredding offered Saturday

City wants to clean up abandoned properties

City wants to clean up abandoned properties

April 12, 2012

The city's Code Compliance Division can now start the foreclosure process on abandoned parcels to clear the property titles, dispose of the properties and get them back on the tax rolls.

Sarasota team prepares for Red Bull Candola race

Sarasota team prepares for Red Bull Candola race

April 12, 2012

Jared Serfozo and Jason Owens will compete at the Red Bull Candola race this weekend in Fort Lauderdale.

BUSINESS OBSERVER

BUSINESS OBSERVER

April 12, 2012

Paul Malton joins RE/MAX Alliance Group; Suncoast Center announces relocation; Gulf Coast foundation president visits White House; Mavai Chocolate opens in Sarasota

April 11: Daily Headlines Video

April 11: Daily Headlines Video

April 11, 2012

Join us as we observe and report today's stories from Longboat Key, East County, Sarasota and Siesta Key.

Ribbon cutting set for north Sarasota neighborhood

Ribbon cutting set for north Sarasota neighborhood

April 11, 2012

A $2.3 million construction project included construction of about 2.5 miles of 5-foot-wide sidewalks on various streets and two roundabouts on Euclid Avenue

Nathan Benderson: 'One of a Kind'

Nathan Benderson: 'One of a Kind'

April 11, 2012

Nathan Benderson, who grew up in the Great Depression, turned a hardscrabble childhood into a lifetime of business success and unbridled philanthropy. He died April 7.

Outdoor seating hampers St. Armands pedestrians

Outdoor seating hampers St. Armands pedestrians

April 11, 2012

Business Improvement District board members asked city staff to come back with ways that will allow them to enforce a uniform outdoor furniture policy for St. Armands Circle restaurants.



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