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2015 Issues to Watch: Bayfront plans

2015 Issues to Watch: Bayfront plans

January 8, 2015

An effort to produce a plan for city-owned bayfront land faces a big challenge this year: getting the city’s approval.

2015 Issues to Watch: SCAT operations

2015 Issues to Watch: SCAT operations

January 8, 2015

Rocky Burke will steer a SCAT operational analysis as well as tap into Sarasota’s creative community.

2015 Issues to Watch: Osprey revitalization

2015 Issues to Watch: Osprey revitalization

January 8, 2015

Bisected by U.S. 41, Osprey sits in the center of Sarasota County, edged by luxury areas such as Palmer Ranch and Casey Key.

SPARCC names new president and CEO

SPARCC names new president and CEO

January 7, 2015

Director of Community Awareness Jessica Hays steps up to fill the role of new president and CEO for SPARCC.

Sheriff’s Office makes arrests in homicide case

Sheriff’s Office makes arrests in homicide case

January 7, 2015

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office arrested three suspects in connection with a fatal home invasion in a Sarasota neighborhood last month.

Buyers flocking to downtown Sarasota development

Buyers flocking to downtown Sarasota development

January 7, 2015

Sansara developer Matt Kihnke said activity has ratcheted up over the last month for the $11 million Burns Square luxury condominium building.

Palmer Ranch fire displaced residents overnight

Palmer Ranch fire displaced residents overnight

January 7, 2015

The fire at Villa Mirada was quickly extinguished last night, however 15 to 20 residents cannot return until the cause of the fire is identified.

YouTube channel offers school board meetings online

YouTube channel offers school board meetings online

January 6, 2015

Eric Robinson is uploading Sarasota County School Board recordings to his own channel for public viewing.

Neil deGrasse Tyson among Town Hall speakers

Neil deGrasse Tyson among Town Hall speakers

January 6, 2015

Tickets are now on sale for the Ringling College Library Association's Town Hall lecture series, featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Ben Bernanke, among others.

City resumes payments for Chapman’s defense

City resumes payments for Chapman’s defense

January 6, 2015

Following a ten-month hiatus, the city of Sarasota will once again pay for the defense of Vice Mayor Susan Chapman in an ongoing Sunshine Law suit.



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