Sarasota County School Board to get business partner update
→ The superintendent, board and staff will be updated on implementation of an advertising policy and the other counties doing the same.
The Sarasota County School Board meets 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 15 at the Landings Administration Complex, 1980 Landings Blvd. for a workshop. County staff will be updated on implementation of an advertising policy. Six other counties are doing the same; however, none of the six are considering an advertisement policy with a business partner have yet signed contracts.
Also at the workshop, board members will: … [click here to read on!]
Sarasota Herald-Trubune publisher seeks college dean position
→ The publisher of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune confirmed for employees last week she’s in the running for a dean position at the University of Florida.
“So, after a great deal of soul searching, I agreed to be considered and am now one of five finalists,” McFarlin wrote.
The dean selection process is being conducted as part of … [click here to read on!]
County library offers week of fine forgiveness
→ The Manatee County Library System this week will take overdue books without penalty to patrons.
Fine Forgiveness Week, a one-time promotion that allows anyone who has an outstanding debt with the library system to return late materials without penalty, runs through May 19. Books must be returned to a staff member, so the patron’s account can be cleared. Individuals wishing to participate should … [click here to read on!
Colony unit owners to discuss Club Holdings tonight
→ The Colony Beach & Tennis Resort Association will discuss options for moving forward with redevelopment.
The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. and will take place via teleconference.
According to an email sent last week to unit owners by Association Board President Jay Yablon, Club Holdings has expressed a desire to terminate the current development agreement.
The agreement reached between Club Holdings and the Association at the annual unit owners’ meeting April 2 and April 3 gave both parties the option of ... [click here to read on!]