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City considers more job cuts

May 20, 2010

After cutting $8 million from fiscal year 2009-10 budget, the city will have to cut another $5 million next fiscal year. City officials say they will be forced to look at staffing numbers.

Bird nests  shut down Siesta beach access

Bird nests shut down Siesta beach access

May 20, 2010

Although they were roped off, someone intentionally crossed a barrier and destroyed two snowy plover nests at Siesta Key beach access No. 7, which was then closed.

Market senses unsustainable deficits, debt

May 20, 2010

If the government were a family, the family would be broke. Expect interest rates to keep rising.

Underwater robots sent to search for oil

Underwater robots sent to search for oil

May 18, 2010

On Monday, Mote Marine Laboratory scientists launched an underwater robot offshore of southwest Florida to patrol the Gulf of Mexico for oil.

Sarasota Police Chief Peter Abbott resigns

Sarasota Police Chief Peter Abbott resigns

May 18, 2010

City Manager Bob Bartolotta said the police chief was not instituting enough changes to the department.

Paid parking on hold again

Paid parking on hold again

May 18, 2010

City commissioners decided not to decide whether to impose paid parking downtown. The issue will be brought up again in about two months.

Commission to review paid parking today

Commission to review paid parking today

May 17, 2010

City commissioners could make a decision today whether to fund the city's parking operations with meters or with tax dollars.

Downtown to feature new sculptures

Downtown to feature new sculptures

May 14, 2010

The Public Art Committee this week selected 12 sculptures out of 21 entries to be featured in various places downtown.

Unconditional Surrender agreement signed

Unconditional Surrender agreement signed

May 13, 2010

Compromises from the sculpture's owner and its prospective buyer now are being reviewed by the city attorney's office.

Twist of fate saves neighbor's home

Twist of fate saves neighbor's home

May 13, 2010

After a Palmer Ranch man took a course on fire-extinguisher use, his neighbor’s home caught on fire after a candle holder exploded.



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