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Caragiulo claims election after recount

Caragiulo claims election after recount

March 11, 2011

Although the recount affirmed the early vote tally, Commissioner Dick Clapp is planning to ask for a ballot inspection.

Caragiulo widens lead over Clapp

Caragiulo widens lead over Clapp

March 10, 2011

After counting 13 provisional ballots, District 2 City Commission challenger Paul Caragiulo stretched his lead over incumbent Commissioner Dick Clapp, but a recount will go on as scheduled.

FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Susan Chapman

FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Susan Chapman

March 10, 2011

Susan Chapman is well known for her civic duty. Her public service includes being president of the Hudson Bayou Neighborhood Association, former president of the CCNA and former chairwoman of the Police Advisory Panel. But there are several things that Sarasotans don't know about her.

Lift station will close Osprey

Lift station will close Osprey

March 10, 2011

A section of Osprey Avenue will be closed for approximately nine months, while work crews reroute pipes to a new lift station and renovate the bridge over Hudson Bayou.

Clapp, Caragiulo head to recount

Clapp, Caragiulo head to recount

March 10, 2011

The District 2 City Commission opponents were separated by just 11 votes. Meanwhile, District 1 will see a runoff, which leaves District 3 with the only clear-cut winner.

Developers decry buffer zones

March 10, 2011

A proposal intended to make the approval process easier for the business community and also make it more accommodating for neighborhood residents has angered both groups.

Impact fee helps to fund public parking garages

March 10, 2011

The city offers developers the option of eliminating a parking garage from their private projects.

News Briefs

News Briefs

March 10, 2011

City Commission selects police panels chairmen; Overheard; Construction on next phase of MURT to begin

Sonic boom hampers police headquarters

Sonic boom hampers police headquarters

March 9, 2011

After the space shuttle-caused sonic boom, the department's elevators, card readers and garage door stopped working.

Former Miss America partners with JDRF for Walk to Cure Diabetes

Former Miss America partners with JDRF for Walk to Cure Diabetes

March 9, 2011

Nicole Johnson spoke to people participating in the Walk to Cure Diabetes that will take place Saturday, March 26, on Siesta Key Beach. Johnson was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 1993 and won the title of Miss America in 1999.



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