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Public comments sought on review of schools

Public comments sought on review of schools

November 14, 2011

A company undertaking a study of the efficiency of the Sarasota County School District will hold a community open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the Laurel Nokomis School cafeteria to take public comment on the process.

Downtown Sarasota Main Street workshop today

Downtown Sarasota Main Street workshop today

November 14, 2011

Residents and business owners are invited to choose a Main Street project concept today that will help shape the future downtown project.

Duval's New World Cafe holds grand opening

Duval's New World Cafe holds grand opening

November 14, 2011

A new downtown eatery called Duval’s New World Café is holding a grand opening celebration today.

Sarasota City Hall closed today

Sarasota City Hall closed today

November 11, 2011

Sarasota City Hall and various departments are closed today in observance of Veterans Day.

PHOTO GALLERY: United States Marines Corps Birthday Luncheon

PHOTO GALLERY: United States Marines Corps Birthday Luncheon

November 10, 2011

One of the most famous Marine customs is the observance of the Marine Corps Birthday, observed by more than 200 Marines at Marina Jack.

City of Sarasota, Orioles spar over stadium cleanup

City of Sarasota, Orioles spar over stadium cleanup

November 10, 2011

The city of Sarasota believes a drainage project requested by the Baltimore Orioles for Ed Smith Stadium doesn't fall under the guidelines of an inter-local agreement.

Multi-level Publix opens today

Multi-level Publix opens today

November 10, 2011

A new Publix grocery store at 2031 Bay St. opens today and offers elevator and escalator access from the parking garage and a shopping cart conveyor.

News Briefs

News Briefs

November 10, 2011

Downtown parking garage update; St. Armands median project on schedule; Veterans Day closings

Commission denies fast-track amendment

Commission denies fast-track amendment

November 10, 2011

Two Sarasota city commissioners changed their minds and decided they couldn’t support a code amendment that sped up the permitting process for applicants.

FULL STORY: City mulls suspending impact fees for parks

FULL STORY: City mulls suspending impact fees for parks

November 10, 2011

Sarasota City Commissioner Shannon Snyder is making his case for why he believes the majority of the impact fees Sarasota County levied on city taxpayers should be axed.



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