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Village business owners target fence replacement

Village business owners target fence replacement

August 11, 2011

The fence on the north end of Siesta Village was part of the 2009-10 beautification project. Lately, the fence has been a focal point for vandals.

Siesta beaches so far see few seaweed problems

Siesta beaches so far see few seaweed problems

August 11, 2011

A July incident sparked complaints from one condo complex, but county officials so far are grateful for a quieter season.

Public-transportation plan demands no subsidy

Public-transportation plan demands no subsidy

August 11, 2011

The operator of a free electric-car transportation service on Siesta Key wants to bring his business to downtown Sarasota, carrying passengers up and down Main Street for free.

News Briefs

News Briefs

August 11, 2011

Sheriff cracks down on metal thefts; Scallop Search seeks volunteers; Vendors sought for sand sculpture event; YMCA selects 2011-2012 board of directors

Association acts as homeless feedings facilitator

Association acts as homeless feedings facilitator

August 11, 2011

The Sarasota Ministerial Association will work this fall to hold discussions with all groups involved in the controversial homeless feedings issue at Selby Five Points Park.

Robert Martini teaches youth the wonders and dangers of the water

Robert Martini teaches youth the wonders and dangers of the water

August 11, 2011

His travels in pursuit of water competitions have taken him as far as Hawaii and Australia, but Robert Martini is most at home on the Key.

PHOTO GALLERY: Chamber members gather at Blu Smoke

PHOTO GALLERY: Chamber members gather at Blu Smoke

August 11, 2011

Members and guests of the Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce gathered Aug. 5, at Blu Smoke Island Grill on Avenida Messina for a networking luncheon. The representatives of local companies enjoyed food, beverages and the opportunity to get acquainted in the main dining area with its distinctive low, blue lighting. The turnout was better than expected, given that August is typically a slow time of year on the Key, with many people out of town, Tess Herschman, manager of visitor services for the chamber, told the Pelican Press.

Sheriff’s office warns again: Lock your cars

Sheriff’s office warns again: Lock your cars

August 11, 2011

Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies often warn people to keep their vehicles locked on the Key. Open doors just tempt would-be burglars, they say.

Grant’s Gardens and Lucas Lagoons transforms design into reality

Grant’s Gardens and Lucas Lagoons transforms design into reality

August 11, 2011

Waterfalls and an outdoor pizza oven add distinctive touches to a Siesta landscape.

Seagrove condominium tops week’s sales at $2.3 million

Seagrove condominium tops week’s sales at $2.3 million

August 11, 2011

A condominium in Seagrove tops all transactions in this week’s real estate. James and Jean Ball, of Orchard Park, N.Y., sold their Unit BH3 condominium at 1010 Seagrove Lane to Dennis and Sandra Martin, of Elma, N.Y., for $2.3 million.



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