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Keep Siesta Key bridge traffic moving

Keep Siesta Key bridge traffic moving

July 14, 2011

SKA board members urged FDOT officials to ensure smooth traffic management.

County holds off on approving upkeep bills

July 14, 2011

The Sarasota County Commission’s latest foray into the Siesta Key Village Maintenance Corp. saga ended Tuesday with a request for more information from staff.

County agrees to annual parking review

July 14, 2011

A property owner's second lawsuit involving parking leads to a county commitment for more care in taxing parcels.

Stormwater project could lose funding

Stormwater project could lose funding

July 14, 2011

Residents’ worries about the new stormwater retention pond at Siesta Public Beach have held up a pipeline project designed to prevent future beach closures.

Briefs

Briefs

July 14, 2011

City budget to be discussed at July 20 Town Hall meeting.

County sets maximum millage rate

County sets maximum millage rate

July 14, 2011

The Sarasota County Commission has set its maximum millage rate for Fiscal Year 2012 not to exceed the current rate.

City eyes job and service cuts

City eyes job and service cuts

July 14, 2011

Thirteen positions are targeted for elimination, and city residents may see reductions in a host of services they once took for granted, as City Hall seeks to trim millions from its 2012 budget.

Traffic, rainy delays top concerns with Siesta Key bridge project

Traffic, rainy delays top concerns with Siesta Key bridge project

July 14, 2011

Smooth traffic management and making sure the work is completed before tourist season begins in earnest: Those were the foremost concerns voiced July 7, when the Siesta Key Association board of directors hosted Florida Department of Transportation officials for a discussion of the 2012 north Siesta Key bridge rehabilitation project.

Stream of Dreams

Stream of Dreams

July 14, 2011

John Rorer built a small natural foods empire on the Gulf Coast during the past decade. His lynchpin is a lesson for all entrepreneurs: He isn’t afraid of new ideas.

Perfect Pastime

Perfect Pastime

July 14, 2011

A cop-turned-private investigator seeks another line of work. But he still aims to settle arguments.



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