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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

County’s claim that two Charter amendments approved last fall, relating to 2016 North Beach Road vacation, can proceed in court, judge rules

By Rachel Brown HackneySarasotaNewsLeader.com Twelfth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Andrea McHugh has rebuffed an attempt by an attorney for a Siesta Key resident and nonprofit organization to force Sarasota County into dropping efforts to have two Sarasota County Charter amendments Read More

Sarasota County commissioners indicate willingness to issue bonds to pay for improvements to water quality systems countywide

By Rachel Brown HackneySarasotaNewsLeader.com Given the strong fiscal health of Sarasota County, the majority of the county commissioners expressed a willingness to borrow money to put the county’s water quality programs on equally firm footing. After a comprehensive staff presentation Read More

Series of hurricanes in 2017 has resulted in new state admonition that people should be able to take care of themselves for a week, not 72 hours, after hurricane hits

By Rachel Brown HackneySarasotaNewsLeader.com In the past, Sarasota County’s emergency management chief told Siesta Key Association (SKA) members on May 2, he used to advise people to be prepared to be on their own for the first 72 hours after Read More