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Traffic remains primary focal point for public anger directed at Siesta Promenade proposal

By Rachel Brown Hackney As the Sarasota County Planning Commission and County Commission prepare for public hearings on Siesta Promenade, the potential for the mixed-use development to exacerbate traffic congestion continues to be the primary focus of public consternation. The Read More

Siesta Promenade opponents arguing that one public hearing on four facets of application would not allow sufficient time for speakers to address concerns

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com As Sarasota County staff has worked on its formal review of Benderson Development Co.’s Siesta Promenade application, neighbors around the site have continued to voice their opposition to the proposed density of the project. Additionally, Read More

FDOT says it would not perform traffic signal re-timing to accommodate Siesta Promenade project

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com    The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is seeking a number of clarifications from the consulting firm Kimley-Horn and Associates of Sarasota regarding its traffic studies for the proposed Siesta Promenade mixed-use project.    In Read More

Questions raised about how proposed Sarasota County/FDOT road swap could affect traffic planning in conjunction with Siesta Promenade

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com In its latest responses regarding the proposed Siesta Promenade project, filed with Sarasota County in late March, Benderson Development continues to propose the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Stickney Point Road Read More

County staff sends Benderson Development pages of comments citing insufficiencies in latest Siesta Promenade applications

By Rachel Brown Hackney SarasotaNewsLeader.com   Benderson Development Co. has been asked, figuratively speaking, to fill in a number of blanks in the latest materials it filed with Sarasota County regarding its proposed Siesta Promenade project. On July 25, county Read More