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Commission to vote on $26,000 in grants

Commission to vote on $26,000 in grants

March 1, 2010

The city grants will pay for items such as neighborhood celebrations, identification signs, light-pole banners and newsletters.

Deputies: Drunk thief wanted to redecorate

Deputies: Drunk thief wanted to redecorate

February 26, 2010

While drunk, a man spotted some patio furniture he "thought would be cool" for his friend's Siesta Key apartment.

Sparks fly as city hires new auditor and clerk

Sparks fly as city hires new auditor and clerk

February 25, 2010

Pamela Nadalini was named the first black city auditor and clerk and first female charter official in Sarasota's history, but not before a bit of testiness arose from the City Commission and the audience.

Buchanan to address City Commission

Buchanan to address City Commission

February 25, 2010

Rep. Vern Buchanan will appear at a Sarasota City Commission meeting for the first time ever to discuss how the federal government can help the city.

Projects to impact downtown

Projects to impact downtown

February 25, 2010

The city is squeezing five major construction and improvement projects, which take place within two blocks of each other, into eight months.

Permanent police panel considered

February 25, 2010

At its next meeting, the Police Advisory Panel will discuss recommending a permanent version of the panel that would examine complaints against the police department.

Photo leads to election inquiry

February 25, 2010

Opponents of the school-tax referendum were sent a photo they say shows a school employee handing out pro-referendum material. But when they tried to file a formal complaint, they got the runaround.

News Briefs 02.25.10

News Briefs 02.25.10

February 25, 2010

The creator of the Osprey Beautification Association and its only president is stepping down after 10 years.

Downtown Sarasota farmers market eyes new changes

Downtown Sarasota farmers market eyes new changes

February 25, 2010

From a street covering to keep customers cool, to Saturday morning jazz concerts, the Downtown Sarasota Farmers Market is instituting improvements it hopes will draw more people.

New Gate student clearly has a way with words

New Gate student clearly has a way with words

February 25, 2010

Tenth-grader Savannah Hillebrand will compete in the Poetry Out Loud state competition next month in Tallahassee.



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