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Tag: Siesta Key Association

Keeping stormwater as clean as possible a big key to improving overall water quality, Siesta Key Association members hear

By Rachel Brown HackneySarasotaNewsLeader.com In an average year, Sarasota County gets about 53 inches of rain, and on occasion, it all seems to fall “at one time,” the coordinator of Sarasota County’s Neighborhood Environmental Stewardship Team (NEST) told members of Read More

Siesta Key Association makes formal requests for multiple materials from City of Sarasota as it prepares for July hearing on Big Pass lawsuit

By Rachel Brown HackneySarasotaNewsLeader.com In preparation for a day-long Circuit Court hearing set to begin at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, July 19, the Siesta Key Association (SKA) has sent a letter and a legal notice to the City of Sarasota, Read More

Siesta Key Association questions FDEP’s intention to allow City of Sarasota to dredge New Pass without city’s having completed required inlet management plan

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com As this issue of Siesta Sand was being published, the engineer for the City of Sarasota was expecting the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) to issue its formal Notice to Proceed at any time Read More

No word yet on when federal agency will provide response to state’s last questions on Lido Renourishment Project

In the meantime, Siesta Key Association vice president commends the work of multiple organizations in opposing plan to dredge Big Pass By Rachel Brown Hackney  SarasotaNewsLeader.com The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is still at work on its response Read More

Siesta Key Association Meeting Notes

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By Diana Colson Community Reports – Sheriff’s Office Since this was First Responder Appreciation Week, Sgt. Scott Osborne was acknowledged by SKA for his outstanding contribution to the community. Once again, Sgt. Osborne was pleased to report that there had been no real Read More