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Public Art Committee wants to help shape new project

Public Art Committee wants to help shape new project

November 17, 2011

Public Art Committee board member Trulee Jameson is upset that her board has no control over a concept being shaped for a $55,000 interactive public-art project the committee approved in August.

News Briefs

News Briefs

November 17, 2011

Main Street input received; Pines of Sarasota receives $1 million gift; Trash schedule changes for Thanksgiving holiday

City, Orioles discuss stadium dispute

City, Orioles discuss stadium dispute

November 17, 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 interlocal agreement.

Alachua County manager chosen for administrator

Alachua County manager chosen for administrator

November 17, 2011

Sarasota County officials hope to complete contract negotiations as early as next week with Randall Reid, after voting Tuesday to hire him as county administrator.

DID frustrated by pricey maintenance bids

DID frustrated by pricey maintenance bids

November 17, 2011

The Downtown Improvement District doesn’t want to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to have enhanced maintenance in its downtown corridor.

Sarasota High master plan revealed

Sarasota High master plan revealed

November 17, 2011

The Sarasota County School Board Wednesday reviewed plans for Sarasota High School's renovations that could be completed by the 2014-15 school year.

Lift station project on schedule

Lift station project on schedule

November 17, 2011

A $9.5 million lift station project is on schedule to be completed in June. It’s the largest lift station project the city has undertaken.

Businesses question city of Sarasota's 'nightclub designation' mandate

Businesses question city of Sarasota's 'nightclub designation' mandate

November 17, 2011

Two restaurant owners who want to serve liquor in their eateries took offense to a new 'nightclub designation' city code mandates.

UPDATE: Sewer leak still flowing

UPDATE: Sewer leak still flowing

November 16, 2011

A forcemain sewer break has created a lake on Gulfstream Avenue stretching almost from Main Street to Ringling Boulevard.

BREAKING: Gas line struck on Ocean Boulevard

BREAKING: Gas line struck on Ocean Boulevard

November 16, 2011

As workers Wednesday, Nov. 16, began construction of the new wrought-iron fence at the intersection of Treasure Boat Way and Ocean Boulevard, they struck a gas line, a county staff member informed representatives of Siesta organizations.



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