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Photos of the Week

Photos of the Week

November 18, 2011

Enjoy some of our favorite photos from all Observers this week.

In the Public Eye: Randall 'Randy' Reid

In the Public Eye: Randall 'Randy' Reid

November 18, 2011

After working first as an intern and seasonal employee in the city government of his hometown, Vandalia, Ohio, Randall 'Randy' Reid served as assistant city manager there, from 1976 to 1981.

Siesta Key's No. 1 beach signs nearly ready

Siesta Key's No. 1 beach signs nearly ready

November 17, 2011

County staff appears to be in the final stages of creating new signs proclaiming Siesta Key's beach as No. 1 in the nation.

FDOT focuses on safety with pedestrian islands proposal

FDOT focuses on safety with pedestrian islands proposal

November 17, 2011

Siesta organizations prefer a lower speed limit and crosswalks to a proposal for pedestrian islands on Midnight Pass Road.

Palmer Point Park restoration project remains stalled

Palmer Point Park restoration project remains stalled

November 17, 2011

Negotiations with the contractor and a state office have prevented completion of the Palmer Point Park restoration effort.

Officer working on noise complaints

Officer working on noise complaints

November 17, 2011

With new deputies and new restaurant managers working in the Village, uncertainty over noise regulations has resulted in more resident complaints in recent weeks.

Gil Waters and Brent Parker offer their pedestrian overpass and Main Street vision

Gil Waters and Brent Parker offer their pedestrian overpass and Main Street vision

November 17, 2011

Gil Waters and Brent Parker are proposing a plan that would create a pedestrian-friendly Main Street and a pedestrian overpass to Sarasota Bay.

Alachua County manager chosen for administrator

Alachua County manager chosen for administrator

November 17, 2011

Sarasota County officials hope to complete contract negotiations as early as next week with Randall Reid, after voting Tuesday to hire him as county administrator.

DID frustrated by pricey maintenance bids

DID frustrated by pricey maintenance bids

November 17, 2011

The Downtown Improvement District doesn’t want to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to have enhanced maintenance in its downtown corridor.

Term limits amendment to appear on Jan. 31 ballot

Term limits amendment to appear on Jan. 31 ballot

November 17, 2011

Although 15 of 17 speakers opposed the action, the County Commission Nov. 15 approved revised language for a term-limit charter amendment.



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