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The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort Association parts ways with another developer.
Siesta Key Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 4 years ago

Daily Headlines: Oct. 18, 2013

by: Alex Mahadevan News Innovation Editor

+ Colony Association parts ways with developer

The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort Association is mailing out ballots to unit owners next week to approve a settlement agreement and anticipates that a 75% majority vote of the owners will be approved in mid-November.

IDA to subsidize employees for health costs' increase

The Lakewood Ranch Inter-District Authority voted today to provide money to Town Hall employees to pay for a 17.1% increase in their health insurance premiums for 2014.

Woman's Exchange begins expansion

 The Burns Square consignment shop this month demolished a building on an adjacent parcel purchased in 2012.

 Women's Resource Center under new leadership

The Sarasota-based nonprofit dedicated to empowering women has named Valerie Goddard as its new executive director.

 Sculptor Jorge Blanco installs a signature piece in Los Angeles

Where in the world is Jorge Blanco? When he's not in Sarasota, he's all over the world, and so are his sculptures. Most recently, he installed a private commission at a home in Los Angeles.

 Business Observer: Economic Forecast

The Business Observer’s economic forecast features the words and thoughts of those who have put their time, talent, effort and, most importantly, money on the line. 

 The Good News: Alisa Pettingell

When Alisa Pettingell moved 12 years ago from Fort Lauderdale to Sarasota, one of the first things she noticed was the city’s rich philanthropic culture and its abundance of non-profit organizations.

 Tickets available for Fish Fry, Lawn Party

Buy your tickets today for two favorite Longboat Key events coming up next month.

  WEEKEND BEST BET: Mote’s Night of Fish, Fun & Fright

The sea gets spookier tonight at Mote’s Night of Fish, Fun & Fright.

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