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St. Regis sales office meets approval from Longboat Planning Board

St. Regis sales office meets approval from Longboat Planning Board

“The code was written in the 1970s before the collapse of Lehman Brothers and changes in lending rules. It will accelerate the reconstruction of the Colony site by 12 months.”

February 11, 2019 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending February 8, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending February 8, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. A complaint has been filed… To: Town Commission A follow-up to […]

February 10, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending February 1, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending February 1, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. FEMA reimbursement for Tropical Storm Debbie To: Longboat Key Town Commission […]

February 10, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 25, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 25, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. Barrier Island Traffic Study (BITS) To: FDOT Planning Manager Bessie Reina […]

February 10, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 18, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 18, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. Open play Bayfront Park To: Commissioner Jack Daly Open Play grew […]

February 10, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 11, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 11, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. Beckyball: a combination of tennis and Pickleball To: Mayor George Spoll […]

January 14, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Langley withdraws from Town Commission election run

Langley withdraws from Town Commission election run

“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 board.”

January 14, 2019 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »

Colony ownership showdown heads to court

Colony ownership showdown heads to court

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

January 14, 2019 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 4, 2019

Editorial Letters – Week ending January 4, 2019

Longboat Key News encourages Letters to the Editor on timely issues. Please email to: letters@lbknews.com or mail to PO Box 8001, Longboat Key, FL 34228. We also print letters sent to Town Hall that address Longboat Key issues. We reserve the right to edit. Second opinions To: Public Works Director Isaac Brownman Isaac, given the […]

January 14, 2019 | Posted in Letters | Read More »

Three contested seats made for heated 2018 election on LBK

Three contested seats made for heated 2018 election on LBK

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 in Manatee County, but made up the difference in Sarasota County. In Manatee County, Zunz earned a total of 451 to Lagley’s […]

January 13, 2019 | Posted in Major Headlines, Top Box | Read More »