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Battie joins Brody and Arroyo in demeaning Ahearn-Koch before city manager accuses Ahearn-Koch of threatening him
Change in calculations of stormwater assessments spurs residents’ complaints during County Commission’s first hearing on 2023 fiscal year budget
Interlocal agreement would have to be negotiated with Sarasota County Government for continuing services if Siesta Key were to become incorporated
Starting Sept. 27, internally illuminated markers to be installed in nearly 90-degree curve at Higel Avenue and Siesta Drive
COVID positivity rate down to 11.2% in Sarasota County, CDC says, but hospitalizations and deaths up slightly
County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program on pause while staff awaits more funding from U.S. Treasury Department
City Commission unanimously approves lower millage rate for 2023 fiscal year and gives final OK to new budget
Electrical problem suspected in house fire in Tamaron community, while similar situation involving Siesta Key condominium resolved without damage
About 5,000 gallons of sewage spilled in area of county lift station just off Lakewood Ranch Boulevard
Passenger count down for third month in a row at SRQ, but yearly total remains on track for new record