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Collateral damage

Collateral damage

Bank of America recently sold the Grand Mariner to investors at about one-third the original construction loan and after the project sat idle for several years. The original investors, in their zeal to optimize their investment, proposed a project that sailed too close to what was allowed by the town’s codes and ordinances, and a suit ensued

April 23, 2011 | Posted in Opinion | Read More »

Town reaches out to Armstrong

Town reaches out to Armstrong

This week, Town Attorney David Persson gave resident James Armstrong one more chance to allow the town to inspect his home and bring it up to code

March 25, 2011 | Posted in Major Headlines | Read More »

Village dispute lingers

Village dispute lingers

Longboat Key Village resident Pamela Coleman has filed six code violation complaints against her neighbor in the past two years. Coleman alleges that her neighbor, Katherine Lee, built a seawall cap that encroaches onto her property, constructed stairs on her property and placed illegal riprap in the water in front of her Longboat Key Village home, all without permits from the town

February 18, 2011 | Posted in Major Headlines | Read More »

Code enforcement case remains unresolved

Code enforcement case remains unresolved

James Armstrong has applied for building permits to renovate his home in the 2900 block of Gulf of Mexico Drive. The problem is that the construction work has already been performed and his application is still incomplete, as deemed by town staff and the Code Enforcement Board.

September 3, 2010 | Posted in Major Headlines | Read More »

Building Department maintains permits still not obtained

Building Department maintains permits still not obtained

Town building officials maintain that Longboat Key resident James Armstrong installed updates to his home without obtaining the necessary building permits. However, at the Longboat Key Code Enforcement Board meeting held July 12, Armstrong had a problem with the types of work that had been performed at his home being classified as needing permits. According [...]

July 16, 2010 | Posted in News Shorts | Read More »