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Residents fight for Lido Pool

Residents fight for Lido Pool

July 13, 2011

Hoping to keep the popular public pool open year-round, the Lido Key Residents Association is enlisting the help of city commissioners and fellow residents.

St. Armands wants garage, not meters

St. Armands wants garage, not meters

July 13, 2011

A city of Sarasota special meeting will be held at 10 a.m. July 21 to discuss parking meters and their possible placement on St. Armands Circle.

Sarasota homeless fed in front of vice mayor’s house

Sarasota homeless fed in front of vice mayor’s house

July 12, 2011

A downtown resident chartered a bus and catered a meal for about 40 homeless people in front of Vice Mayor Terry Turner's house in Cherokee Park to protest Turner's position on homeless feedings.

Group requests more complete county audit

Group requests more complete county audit

July 12, 2011

Now that impropriety has been discovered in the county's procurement department, a citizen group wants an audit that cleared the county of wrongdoing in its baseball contract awards to be conducted again.

Robinson to run for commission seat

Robinson to run for commission seat

July 11, 2011

The sitting Sarasota County Commissioner turned in her documents Friday to run for the District 3 seat in November 2012.

Civics 101 seats still open

July 8, 2011

Sarasota County government's Civics 101 program still has a few seats open for the session that begins Sept. 8.

Proposed city budget calls for 6.75% increase

Proposed city budget calls for 6.75% increase

July 7, 2011

More than half of the increase is allocated for $6.5 million in capital improvement projects.

Commission hits the brakes on meters

Commission hits the brakes on meters

July 7, 2011

About 460 downtown parking spaces got some change at Tuesday's Sarasota City Commission meeting — and it wasn't in the form of coins. The commission voted to bag parking meters until Oct. 1 to allow the city to gather input from downtown business owners.

Committee upholds police complaint rulings

July 7, 2011

In its second meeting, the Police Complaints Committee reviewed complaints against officers and found no fault with police actions. of police.

Commission sends charter amendments to voters

July 7, 2011

On Nov. 1, Sarasota voters will head to the polls to vote on 23 amendments to the charter that could impact everything from commissioner pay to bond issues to the citizens' initiative process.



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