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The Sarasota News Leader is a news publication founded and edited by Rachel Brown Hackney, a veteran journalist with more than three decades experience. For the past several years, she was the editor of The Pelican Press on Siesta Key.
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Daily Archives: June 15, 2012
The Sarasota County commissioners today, June 15, asked County Administrator Randall Reid to check into the cost of putting LED signs at new and retrofitted bus shelters, so riders would know when to expect buses. The request came during the … Continue reading
Hit the defrost Mike Taylor worked as a planner with the City of Sarasota for more than 30 years. Wednesday night, June 13, he went before the city’s Planning Board to introduce what he said would be the most important … Continue reading
Violent criminals, beware. The Sarasota Police Department is about to corral 10 of you to serve as an example to others. It’s part of a new anti-crime strategy unveiled Thursday evening, June 14, at the Robert Taylor Community Complex in … Continue reading
During a budget workshop today, June 15, two Sarasota County commissioners reiterated support for funding the planned Siesta Public Beach improvements in a short time frame, as they discussed their Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2017. When Commissioner Nora … Continue reading
The Sarasota County Commission ended two-and-a-half days of budget discussions Friday, June 15, without taking action on County Administrator Randall Reid’s recommendation that they consider making a one-time payment to non-union employees in the 2013 fiscal year budget. Reid told … Continue reading
Saying they should be more involved in efforts to preserve historic buildings, the Sarasota County commissioners June 13 asked County Administrator Randall Reid to schedule a thorough workshop with them on the county’s Comprehensive Plan, including policy guidelines for such … Continue reading
The Florida Legislature has approved a $50,000 matching grant for the rehabilitation of the historic farmhouse located in Phillippi Estate Park, Lorrie Muldowney, manager of the Sarasota County History Center, announced to the County Commission June 13. The farmhouse at … Continue reading
I was startled the other day when a catalog arrived with a swimsuit on the cover. Down here they’re on the sale rack! I can tell you the day of the week and the month. It’s Florida’s seasons that confuse … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Former readers of the Pelican Press who enjoyed Rachel Brown Hackney’s “Island Beat” column, which kept all apprised of goings-on on Siesta Key, will be pleased to know that her new column — “Siesta Seen” — will be … Continue reading