Harmless algae surfaces along Key shore
→ The gunk-like substance is no cause for alarm—it is the result of warm weather and moves with the tide and wind.
According to residents who emailed the Longboat Observer, it wasn’t pleasant to look at—or smell.
But the good news is, it isn’t related to red tide or the BP oil spill, nor is it the result of a boater dumping sewage into the water.
The sticky brown substance is … [click here to read on!]
Sylint focusing on computer security
→ Sylint Group President John Jorgensen believes his company must focus on upgrading the city’s computer security system.
While Sarasota-based Sylint Group is still working on upgrading the city’s shoddy e-mail server system, Sylint President John Jorgensen said security is key.
“We suggest we extend our efforts in ensuring that the city has proper cyber security in place,” Jorgensen said.
Jorgensen said … [click here to read on!]
Village lot gets chance at new paint
→ The municipal lot behind Siesta Market in the Village, which is maintained by Sarasota County, will be included in a $500,000 omnibus transportation bill that will be voted on this summer.
Executive Director Jim Harriott said during the budget workshop that … [click here to read on!]