7 Jun 2019



County Commission needs to take action on its own — perhaps selling surplus land to a private developer — to spur affordable housing projects, chair says

As scientists keep trying to figure out why last red tide bloom was so severe, Sarasota County staff is at work on proposals for reducing nutrient loads, Water Quality Summit attendees learn

County commissioners criticize City Commission proposal for modifying mechanism to help finance The Bay project on city property

At long last, county staff wins railroad company agreement so improvements can be made to Myrtle Street crossing

Planning to proceed for installation of new security system in the East Jail section of Detention Center

Sarasota city manager says he is continuing to work with Sarasota Orchestra leaders on potential city sites for a new concert hall

Lido Key Residents Association seeks to intervene in Save Our Siesta Sand 2’s federal lawsuit against Army Corps of Engineers

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Sheriff Knight decides not to seek re-election

Red tide blooms and other algae to be focus of the June 10 program of the Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations (CONA)

June 9 Community BBQ to be hosted by Sarasota Police Department and city’s Parks and Recreation Department

Four key women in Sarasota County history featured in special traveling exhibit

Restrooms, pavilion at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park in Sarasota closed for remodeling project

Portion of Ashton Road closed probably through Aug. 9 as roundabout project continues

Four stores in county cited by Sheriff’s Office for selling alcoholic beverages to minors