10:38 am | STEVE REID Editor & Publisher sreid@lbknews.com The opposition to the Lido Beach Pool & Pavilion plan continues to mount with more than 5,000 signing a petition opposed to the City allowing the public beach site be...

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10:30 am | Judge Hunter Carroll denied the request by Andy Adams, who owns about 25 percent of the original Colony units, to dismiss Unicorp’s plan. Case is on “expedited” schedule....

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10:25 am | “I do want to sit on the commission and plan to run but I do not see the wisdom in opposing someone who, in my view, seems to be bringing merit to the...

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10:10 am | Clerk offered 90 days pay if she agrees not to litigate. ...

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10:00 am | Unicorp owner Chuck Whittall hopes to terminate once and for all the Association of Unit Owners and compel the sale of the remaining units....

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09:29 am | It’s a vote that will shape both the atmosphere and experience of the Lido Beach Pool, Pavilion and surrounding neighborhood for the next three decades....

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09:24 pm | The Lido Beach Public Pool and Pavilion was the focus of community consternation throughout 2018. The City of Sarasota, which operates the publicly-owned facility that sits on an expanse of beach in the...

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09:17 pm | For years, it appeared as if the legal battles between the ownership interests of the former Colony Beach & Tennis Resort were eclipsing any real progress toward redevelopment. This situation changed dramatically in...

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09:13 pm | The Sarasota County Commission unanimously approved this year a term sheet for a lease and eventual transfer of public property to Mote Marine Laboratory. The approval is to assist Mote in establishing a...

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09:10 pm | Red tide was persistent starting in the summer of 2018 in Southwest Florida, from Collier County up through Pinellas County. Longboat Key and Sarasota were no exception. The town not only monitored the...

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09:08 pm | While finding precious parking on St. Armands Circle is nearly always a difficult task, parking a few minutes away will soon get a major boost as a new, four-story parking garage became a...

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09:04 pm | Longboat’s and Sarasota’s newest residents, coyotes, continue wandering neighborhoods....

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08:59 pm | Town of Longboat Key Commissioners in 2018 directed town staff and Olsen Associates, the town’s beach engineering firm, to progress forward with the permitting of five groins at the north end of the...

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08:56 pm | City favors plan to redevelop 53 acres along waterfront in Downtown....

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08:49 pm | Incumbent Ed Zunz narrowly held on to his District 5 seat in 2018 against challenger Randy Langley with a vote of 1,409 to 1,297 in the March Commission election. Zunz did not win...

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09:24 am | Longboat Key’s undergrounding of the island’s utilities began staging this month, and will begin no later than the first quarter of 2019. Also in December 2018, the commission voted to approve $49 million...

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02:54 pm | Longboat Key residents Randy Langley and Mike Haycock will soon be appealing to voters to replace incumbent Commissioner Jim Brown....

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02:38 pm | The meters are an integral part of the City Commission’s funding plan to pay for the parking garage, which is costing $12 million. Downtown meters are next....

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02:34 pm | The numbers are the empirical indication of the direct fiscal toll red tide has had on the tourism industry and area economy in general. ...

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09:40 am | “If you deny this, I will not be able to start until Spring of next year. If you delay this, and your code is unlike hundreds of other cities in the state of...

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09:34 am | Spoll referred to the raised devices as traffic calming speed tables and encourages residents to cut through the residential neighborhoods around the Circle to show an element of protest against the plan if...

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Major Headlines

Opposition mounts as Lido Pool/Pavilion plan vote looms Monday in Sarasota City Hall »

Opposition mounts as Lido Pool/Pavilion plan vote looms Monday in Sarasota City Hall 10:38 am | STEVE REID Editor & Publisher sreid@lbknews.com The opposition to the Lido Beach Pool & Pavilion plan continues to mount with more than 5,000 signing a petition opposed to the City allowing...

January 14, 2019 / No comment / Read More »

Judge sides with Unicorp in Colony case Round One »

Judge sides with Unicorp in Colony case Round One 10:30 am | Judge Hunter Carroll denied the request by Andy Adams, who owns about 25 percent of the original Colony units, to dismiss Unicorp’s plan. Case is on “expedited” schedule....

January 14, 2019 / No comment / Read More »

Langley withdraws from Town Commission election run »

Langley withdraws from Town Commission election run 10:25 am | “I do want to sit on the commission and plan to run but I do not see the wisdom in opposing someone who, in my view, seems to...

January 14, 2019 / No comment / Read More »

Sarasota City Clerk Nadalini asked to resign »

Sarasota City Clerk Nadalini asked to resign 10:10 am | Clerk offered 90 days pay if she agrees not to litigate. ...

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Colony ownership showdown heads to court »

Colony ownership showdown heads to court 10:00 am | Unicorp owner Chuck Whittall hopes to terminate once and for all the Association of Unit Owners and compel the sale of the remaining units....

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Divisive Lido Pool plan vote Jan. 14 in City Hall »

Divisive Lido Pool plan vote Jan. 14 in City Hall 09:29 am | It’s a vote that will shape both the atmosphere and experience of the Lido Beach Pool, Pavilion and surrounding neighborhood for the next three decades....

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Lido Pool & Pavilion Plan stirs Sarasota community throughout 2018; final vote next »

Lido Pool & Pavilion Plan stirs Sarasota community throughout 2018; final vote next 09:24 pm | The Lido Beach Public Pool and Pavilion was the focus of community consternation throughout 2018. The City of Sarasota, which operates the publicly-owned facility that sits on an...

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Colony demolished, St. Regis approved as ownership battle continues into 2019 »

Colony demolished, St. Regis approved as ownership battle continues into 2019 09:17 pm | For years, it appeared as if the legal battles between the ownership interests of the former Colony Beach & Tennis Resort were eclipsing any real progress toward redevelopment....

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Mote to move aquarium to I-75 »

Mote to move aquarium to I-75 09:13 pm | The Sarasota County Commission unanimously approved this year a term sheet for a lease and eventual transfer of public property to Mote Marine Laboratory. The approval is to...

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Red tide plagues beaches »

Red tide plagues beaches 09:10 pm | Red tide was persistent starting in the summer of 2018 in Southwest Florida, from Collier County up through Pinellas County. Longboat Key and Sarasota were no exception. The...

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St. Armands parking garage built, meters to start charging in 2019 »

St. Armands parking garage built, meters to start charging in 2019 09:08 pm | While finding precious parking on St. Armands Circle is nearly always a difficult task, parking a few minutes away will soon get a major boost as a new,...

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Coyotes prowl Longboat, Sarasota »

Coyotes prowl Longboat, Sarasota 09:04 pm | Longboat’s and Sarasota’s newest residents, coyotes, continue wandering neighborhoods....

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Longboat plans to bolster north-end beach »

Longboat plans to bolster north-end beach 08:59 pm | Town of Longboat Key Commissioners in 2018 directed town staff and Olsen Associates, the town’s beach engineering firm, to progress forward with the permitting of five groins at...

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Sarasota Bayfront redevelopment plan underway »

Sarasota Bayfront redevelopment plan underway 08:56 pm | City favors plan to redevelop 53 acres along waterfront in Downtown....

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Three contested seats made for heated 2018 election on LBK »

Three contested seats made for heated 2018 election on LBK 08:49 pm | Incumbent Ed Zunz narrowly held on to his District 5 seat in 2018 against challenger Randy Langley with a vote of 1,409 to 1,297 in the March Commission...

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LBK power lines heading underground »

LBK power lines heading underground 09:24 am | Longboat Key’s undergrounding of the island’s utilities began staging this month, and will begin no later than the first quarter of 2019. Also in December 2018, the commission...

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Langley, Haycock vie for Longboat Commission seat »

Langley, Haycock vie for Longboat Commission seat 02:54 pm | Longboat Key residents Randy Langley and Mike Haycock will soon be appealing to voters to replace incumbent Commissioner Jim Brown....

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Get ready to pay for privilege to park on St. Armands Circle »

Get ready to pay for privilege to park on St. Armands Circle 02:38 pm | The meters are an integral part of the City Commission’s funding plan to pay for the parking garage, which is costing $12 million. Downtown meters are next....

January 1, 2019 / 5 comments / Read More »

Tourism taxes decline for third straight month in Sarasota »

Tourism taxes decline for third straight month in Sarasota 02:34 pm | The numbers are the empirical indication of the direct fiscal toll red tide has had on the tourism industry and area economy in general. ...

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Town says ‘No’ to sales office at Colony site with 4-3 vote »

Town says ‘No’ to sales office  at Colony site with 4-3 vote 09:40 am | “If you deny this, I will not be able to start until Spring of next year. If you delay this, and your code is unlike hundreds of other...

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Sarasota plans more roundabouts and St. Armands traffic calming »

Sarasota plans more roundabouts and St. Armands traffic calming 09:34 am | Spoll referred to the raised devices as traffic calming speed tables and encourages residents to cut through the residential neighborhoods around the Circle to show an element of...

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Murf Klauber: Building a legacy through family, passion and fun »

Murf Klauber: Building a legacy through family, passion and fun 09:11 pm | The energy, passion and imagination of Murf Klauber made an impression on generations of Longboaters. All along, he worked with the family he loved....

December 2, 2018 / 5 comments / Read More »

304-room resort approved to replace Lido’s historic Helmsley Sandcastle »

304-room resort approved to replace Lido’s historic Helmsley Sandcastle 12:06 pm | The new hotel will have 304 rooms, a restaurant, pool and 22,000 square-feet of ballroom space....

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Host occupied vacation rentals voted down »

Host occupied vacation rentals voted down 12:00 pm | ‘I think we should enforce the rules that we have, there are abuses happening. If we cannot enforce what we have now, then we should not add to...

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Barwin blames Downtown coyotes on Longboat Resort »

Barwin blames Downtown coyotes on Longboat Resort 11:55 am | As coyotes spread to Downtown Sarasota, City Manager Tom Barwin said, “sightings may have been coyotes displaced from the long-vacant Colony complex when it was recently razed.”...

November 28, 2018 / 3 comments / Read More »

Longboat beaches busy as red tide scatters »

Longboat beaches busy as red tide scatters 11:55 am | Following the red tide bloom that besieged island beaches from August through recent weeks, a return to ‘normal’ is more than welcome....

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Final check-out at Colony Resort »

Final check-out at Colony Resort 02:29 pm | Demolition contractors are set to demolish the final building — the mid-rise — as it was known at the site of the former Colony Beach & Tennis Resort....

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Brody seeks to alter tourism rental rules in Sarasota »

Brody seeks to alter tourism rental rules in Sarasota 02:24 pm | Commissioner seeks to allow short-term ‘host’ rentals in City....

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Longboat utility lines burial about to begin »

Longboat utility lines burial about to begin 02:18 pm | The Town commission will vote on $49 million in bonds issuance as approved by voters....

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Town pursues code tweak for St. Regis condo sales »

Town pursues code tweak for St. Regis condo sales 02:30 pm | Town Commission voted unanimously Monday to have town staff work on possible changes to the code to allow the temporary sales structure for the St. Regis. Condominiums....

November 11, 2018 / 1 comment / Read More »

Lido Pavilion plan vote set for Jan. 14 »

Lido Pavilion plan vote set for Jan. 14 02:27 pm | The vote will decide whether the plan, which includes remodeling the pavilion into a 200-seat restaurant along with a tiki bar and rented cabanas, is compatible with the...

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Opinion

Baseball teams up with Castro »

Baseball teams up with Castro

09:52 am | Cuba says the deal blocks players from signing with major-league teams if they defect. They remain the...

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Reflections on impeachment, 20 years later »

Reflections on impeachment, 20 years later

09:30 pm | PETER O’CONNOR Staff Columnist oconnor@lbknews.com Declarations, By Peggy Noonan The Wall Street Journal (Saturday/Sunday, December 1-2, 2018) “A tragedy...

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The cat who terrorized Christmas »

The cat who terrorized Christmas

02:46 pm | I should have seen the foreshadowing when Mickey, our troublesome cat, started drinking the funky water from...

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Congress gets tough on the Saudis »

Congress gets tough on the Saudis

02:30 pm | It is wrong to suggest that maintaining U.S. alliances consists of mutually exclusive choices between choices between...

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The Flynn entrapment »

The Flynn entrapment

01:50 pm | Mr. McCabe and FBI officials ‘decided the agents would not warn Flynn that it was a...

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Klauber was our driving force in so many ways »

Klauber was our driving force in so many ways

09:47 pm | Dr. Murray Klauber and his early decisions and astute leadership made our area the great restaurant and...

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The toxic turkey that threatened our family »

The toxic turkey that threatened our family

03:32 pm | The home filled with an acrid and nauseating odor. I asked my father why it was so...

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Notable and quotable Dems »

Notable and quotable Dems

03:31 pm | But a closer examination of the data tells a different different story.  Ocasio-Cortez’s best precincts were highly educated, whiter...

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Exploring the joys of parking meters, Donald Trump, Xanax and the media »

Exploring the joys of parking meters, Donald Trump, Xanax and the media

02:36 pm | The fact is, big personalities win in an environment of mass media. Think Clinton, JFK, Trump, Eminem,...

November 11, 2018 / 1 comment / Read More »

The risks of failing to see the sea »

The risks of failing to see the sea

02:32 pm | ‘Precisely because we depend on the oceans, we should pay closer attention to their security.’...

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Can addiction start in the ER? »

Can addiction start in the ER?

02:06 pm | Physicians treat the chart rather than the patient (some estimates put 44% of ER physician time as...

November 11, 2018 / No comment / Read More »

What Is Elizabeth Warren? »

What Is Elizabeth Warren?

11:39 am | The conventional wisdom is that the DNA report backfired and may damage Ms. Warren’s standing as a...

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Trump’s California water relief »

Trump’s California water relief

01:54 am | A major water storage and delivery project hasn’t been completed in California’s north for decades. The President’s...

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Elections matter and justice issues should count »

Elections matter and justice issues should count

09:57 am | It is a sad fact that our justice system is accessible primarily by those with enough money...

October 26, 2018 / 1 comment / Read More »

Why Central American stays poor »

Why Central American stays poor

08:47 am | A sad tale to show us how our Latin American friends can often be victims of their...

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Now — you must use drugs »

Now — you must use drugs

10:02 am | In a clinical world discovering a new mania for guidelines, it’s important to ask about the “standard...

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Destroying Brett Kavanaugh »

Destroying Brett Kavanaugh

09:59 am | ‘This is the kind of thing Democrats do when they think Roe v. Wade is at stake.’...

October 16, 2018 / No comment / Read More »

To Dig or Not to Dig – That is my question »

To Dig or Not to Dig – That is my question

09:55 am | Does a small affluent seasonal community, of mostly retirees, require two super high capacity fiber optic networks?...

October 16, 2018 / 2 comments / Read More »

Will Florida take a left turn? »

Will Florida take a left turn?

09:27 am | A Gillum victory would reshape the debate undermining the claim that a progressive candidate can’t develop broad...

October 16, 2018 / No comment / Read More »

Five years on (now eight) »

Five years on (now eight)

09:26 am | Something about learning from the past, eh?...

September 16, 2018 / No comment / Read More »

Lido Pavilion Plan and the Sarasota Commission reek worse than red tide »

Lido Pavilion Plan and the Sarasota Commission reek worse than red tide

09:22 am | We love Sarasota a lot more than we love politicians. The three will be known as the...

September 11, 2018 / 6 comments / Read More »

The ‘Era of Trump’ Remakes the GOP »

The ‘Era of Trump’ Remakes the GOP

09:11 am | His involvement in primaries represents a departure from  the 2016 campaign, when Mr. Trump often acted more...

September 11, 2018 / No comment / Read More »

Notable & quotable: McCain »

Notable & quotable: McCain

08:18 am | “I was in solitary confinement when my captives offered to release me  I knew why.  If...

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  2. Sunny Gravy: Eliminate the Parking Dept and have their duties taken over by the Police Department. This will...
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  4. Steve Keller: Feltham question and related Seidholz comment are spot on. Now that we have finally given birth...
  5. Monique Govostes: It is completely normal to pay for a parking place. Some of the spots are being used all day by the...
  1. On Patrol Longboat Key – Week ending January 11, 2019
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  3. Opposition mounts as Lido Pool/Pavilion plan vote looms Monday in Sarasota City Hall
  4. Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — January 3, 2019 through January 10, 2019
  5. Judge sides with Unicorp in Colony case Round One
  6. Langley withdraws from Town Commission election run
  7. Sarasota City Clerk Nadalini asked to resign
  8. Longboat Key News In Print — January 11, 2019 edition
  9. Colony ownership showdown heads to court
  10. Baseball teams up with Castro
  11. Editorial Letters – Week ending January 4, 2018
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LBK Rotary passes the gavel »

01:02 pm | The gavel was ceremonially and literally passed by Longboat Key Rotary Club’s outgoing President, Jay Sparr, to successor Susan McGuire at a lively and laughter-filled dinner event at Cedars Café & Tiki Bar on June 12th. The assembled Rotarians celebrated their achievements in community service over the past year, roasted their outgoing President, enjoyed warm...

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LBK Rotary passes the gavel

On Patrol Longboat Key – Week ending January 11, 2019 »

10:44 am | The following are actual police reports as written by Longboat Key Police Officers. They are edited for length, punctuation and to protect privacy. Jan. 4 Dog found 1:48 p.m. Officer Schoepfer responded to 5800 block of Gulf of Mexico Drive in reference to a found dog. Upon arrival, Officer Schoepfer located a tag on the...

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On Patrol Longboat Key – Week ending January 11, 2019

Family man, founder of Ocean Properties, Tom Walsh passes at 88 »

10:11 am | Thomas T. Walsh, after a lifetime building a family-owned hotel and resort empire that includes numerous Longboat and Lido resorts, passed at age 88....

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Family man, founder of  Ocean Properties, Tom Walsh passes at 88

Lifelong family friend buys Longboat Cleaners & Linen Services »

12:59 pm | A plea from a sick friend entices a lifelong friend living in Brazil to come back home and take over Key Cleaners of Longboat Key. Dana, the previous owner of Key Cleaners & Linen Services, Inc., has recently become ill and has found it difficult to continue to manage her family business that has been...

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Lifelong family friend buys Longboat Cleaners & Linen Services

Can addiction start in the ER? »

02:06 pm | Physicians treat the chart rather than the patient (some estimates put 44% of ER physician time as spent on charting), and many electronic records are walled off from each other....

November 11, 2018 / No comment / Read More »
Can addiction start in the ER?

Real Estate

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — January 3, 2019 through January 10, 2019

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — January 3, 2019 through January 10, 2019 »

10:31 am | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 20, 2018 through December 26, 2018

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 20, 2018 through December 26, 2018 »

09:31 pm | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 13, 2018 through December 19, 2018 »

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 13, 2018 through December 19, 2018

01:28 am | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 6, 2018 through December 12, 2018 »

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — December 6, 2018 through December 12, 2018

01:19 am | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 30, 2018 through December 5, 2018 »

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 30, 2018 through December 5, 2018

02:45 pm | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 23, 2018 through November 29, 2018 »

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 23, 2018 through November 29, 2018

03:22 pm | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 16, 2018 through November 22, 2018 »

Longboat, Bird & Lido Key latest sales, contracts — November 16, 2018 through November 22, 2018

09:03 am | Longboat Key latest sales, contracts — September 29, 2017 through October 4, 2017...

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Key Life

Spirit of Reflection »

Spirit of Reflection

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Mote sets turtles free »

Mote sets turtles free

01:14 pm | Mote has documented more than 2,000 nests from loggerheads,...

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Waves of Light »

Waves of Light

02:01 pm | Night descends on Lido Shores. Photo by Steve Reid...

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Longboat’s favorite ticket for gourmet fun set for Saturday »

Longboat’s favorite ticket for gourmet fun set for Saturday

01:03 pm | The Longboat Key Gourmet Lawn Party, which is happening next Saturday, Dec. 3, brings out the very best in our community....

November 30, 2016 / No comment / Read More »

Chef Angel joins Longboat’s Amore restaurant team »

Chef Angel joins Longboat’s Amore restaurant team

12:19 pm | Chef Angel Torres has arrived at Amore Restaurant on Longboat Key and is eager to share his vast culinary knowledge....

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Author chronicles haunted Manatee sites in new book

Author chronicles haunted Manatee sites in new book »

09:38 am | Auther tracks both the historical sightings of ghosts in Manatee County and the region at large as well as seeking out the souls as she says that have not crossed...

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Mote urges boaters to report whale shark sightings

Mote urges boaters to report whale shark sightings »

04:36 pm | Mote Marine Laboratory received a report of five whale sharks — Earth’s largest fish species — about 40 miles off Anna Maria Island last weekend. ...

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