The financial exposure to the Town for attempting to strip away building rights is tremendous.
Town Manager Dave Bullock wants to reduce the town’s budget costs by at least $300,000 before June 1. Bullock will be working with the various department heads to determine where the most efficient cuts can be made. The Town Commission’s first budget workshop of the summer was held May 20, and Bullock explained that he [...]
There were 31 eligible Longboat Key Town general employee voters, out of those 27 votes were cast in the Thursday, March 7 employee election. The union was voted down by a margin of 21-6. The vote began on Feb. 15 via mail and closed March 6. The Public Employees Relations Commission (PERC) tallied the votes [...]
On Dec. 2, the same day Monica Simpson ended her tenure as Longboat Key Planning, Zoning and Building Director, she reached an agreement to work with the Town as a paid contractor. The contract allows for an hourly rate not to exceed $97.50. The contract is for one year but can be terminated by either [...]