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FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Rev. Dean Taylor

FIVE THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT: Rev. Dean Taylor

October 20, 2011

Rev. Dean Taylor arrived this month at St. Boniface Episcopal Church, do you know these things about him?

Siesta Key tennis court rumors prove untrue

Siesta Key tennis court rumors prove untrue

October 20, 2011

County staff has reassured Key residents that tennis courts will be available at all times when work begins on the planned Siesta Public Beach improvements.

Commissioners confident about candidate timeline

Commissioners confident about candidate timeline

October 20, 2011

The majority of the Sarasota County commissioners believe they are allowing ample time to receive applications for a new county administrator. If they do not find the applicant pool adequate, they will extend the process.

Bartolotta denies allegations of computer scrubbing

Bartolotta denies allegations of computer scrubbing

October 20, 2011

The city manager emphatically called the charge of computer scrubbing 'completely unfounded.'

School board to consider other district advertising policies

School board to consider other district advertising policies

October 20, 2011

The Sarasota County School Board will wait six months to see how other Florida districts develop advertising policies before deciding on action.

FULL STORY: Police pensions safe for now

FULL STORY: Police pensions safe for now

October 20, 2011

The Sarasota City Commission Monday agreed night to table a proposal to force police officers into a 401(k) plan.

News Briefs

News Briefs

October 20, 2011

Citizens Academy enrollment open; Ford-Coates honored for finance operations; School district to host 2011 Fall College Night; Sheriff's Office receives forensics grant

Gifted program levels steady in Sarasota County schools

Gifted program levels steady in Sarasota County schools

October 20, 2011

For the foreseeable future, the Sarasota County Public Schools should be at no risk of having to implement a lottery system to control the number of students in its gifted student programs.

Island Beat: Tushes slowly make progress on service station plans

Island Beat: Tushes slowly make progress on service station plans

October 20, 2011

The Tush family, owners of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Stickney Point Road, slowly are making progress on their plans for the former BP station just to the west of their store.

Neighbors: A focus on faith and fun

Neighbors: A focus on faith and fun

October 20, 2011

When the Rev. Dean Taylor arrived this month at St. Boniface Episcopal Church, he told the staff, 'This is your year to do bold and adventurous experiments, because the stakes are so low.'



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