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Residents await word on wind-damage policies

Residents await word on wind-damage policies

March 8, 2012

The state insurance office has to approve new Citizens guidelines for policies involving condominium complexes.

Court, Legislature address term limits for commissioners

Court, Legislature address term limits for commissioners

March 8, 2012

While the filing of briefs continues in a Florida Supreme Court case on County Commission term limits, two bills on the same matter are pending in the Legislature.

News Briefs

News Briefs

March 8, 2012

Pair charged in Key child-neglect case; Limited seats open for Civics 101 class

BUSINESS OBSERVER

BUSINESS OBSERVER

March 8, 2012

Malton joins Re/Max office on the Key; Redmond named Tervis Tumbler CEO

Merchant motto: Salvage the season

Merchant motto: Salvage the season

March 8, 2012

With the City Commission having scrapped the parking-meter program, downtown merchants are hoping to salvage the rest of the season.

Merchants group voices support for pocket park

Merchants group voices support for pocket park

March 8, 2012

Members of the Siesta Key Village Association offered support this week, but no financial help, for the creation of a pocket park north of the Village, on Ocean Boulevard.

New College could name a new president next week

New College could name a new president next week

March 8, 2012

With the last of four finalists having been interviewed, the New College Board of Trustees could name a new president as early as next week.

Tree Advisory Council wins extension through March 2015

Tree Advisory Council wins extension through March 2015

March 8, 2012

Four months after they almost terminated it, the County Commission has extended the life of its Tree Advisory Council for three more years.

Attorney warns of legal points on hotel projects

Attorney warns of legal points on hotel projects

March 8, 2012

The city of Sarasota's attorney says he believes both downtown hotel proposals could violate a state constitutional provision.

Annual antiques show, sale to benefit families in need

Annual antiques show, sale to benefit families in need

March 8, 2012

The United Methodist Women's Pineapple Antiques Show and Sale will be open Thursday, March 8, to Saturday, March 10, at the Sarasota Municipal Auditorium, 801 N. Tamiami Trail.



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