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Irene shifts path away from Key

Irene shifts path away from Key

August 23, 2011

The storm is now projected to move up the coast of the eastern United States.

Short-term rentals continue to upset residents

Short-term rentals continue to upset residents

August 18, 2011

Although sympathetic to tourists, the county’s code enforcement officer is working to end illegal home rentals on Siesta Key.

No. 1 beach equals big summer season

No. 1 beach equals big summer season

August 18, 2011

A full parking lot at Siesta Key Beach is translating into a lot of customers for Key merchants and restaurants.

Hidden wall enables building modifications

Hidden wall enables building modifications

August 18, 2011

The discovery of a Siesta Beach Pavilion wall long hidden by structural additions will enable the county to modify the historic building without having to elevate it.

News Briefs

News Briefs

August 18, 2011

Rep. Holder to lead legislative subcommittee; Sarasota sales fall 18% in July

Future charter schools may receive less district money

Future charter schools may receive less district money

August 18, 2011

The Sarasota County School Board plans a more detailed look at its funding stream for charter schools, with an eye toward reducing allocations for new schools.

Planning Board controversy comes to close

Planning Board controversy comes to close

August 18, 2011

Accusations of lame-duck political maneuvering marked the usual process of appointing members to the city’s Planning Board.

Farmers market boasts off-season success

Farmers market boasts off-season success

August 18, 2011

Visitors and locals are supporting the Sarasota Farmers Market in record numbers this summer, thanks to a new marketing campaign put into effect by the market’s board of directors.

Groups suggest ethics code for county workers

Groups suggest ethics code for county workers

August 18, 2011

Saying policy changes in the wake of a county purchasing scandal won’t do any good unless county employees follow the rules, several citizens’ organizations are asking county government to adopt a code of ethics.

Jet Skis prove value as rescue equipment

Jet Skis prove value as rescue equipment

August 18, 2011

Sarasota County lifeguards and Sheriff’s Office deputies collaborated recently for a water rescue in Big Pass, after a 19-foot boat ran aground in Big Pass.



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