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Cycling enthusiasts, walkers, runners and inline skaters will converge on downtown Venice for Cyclovia Venice Nov. 20. The free event runs 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the westbound lanes of Venice Avenue between Nokomis Avenue and Venice Beach.
Hope for homeowners
A panel of financial experts will be on hand to answer your questions about forcelosure, bankruptcy or credit during a free Hope for Homeowners seminar Dec. 8 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Selby Library Auditorium, 1331 First St., Sarasota.
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Are you looking for a speaker to liven up a meeting, offer expert tips or cut through confusion surrounding a community issue?
The Sarasota County Government Speakers Bureau offers timely, informative and entertaining presentations on more than 200 topics with subjects ranging from emergency preparedness to going green to tips for healthier living. Our experts on staff can tailor their information to a variety of audiences and meeting formats.
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs – Creating Jobs in Sarasota County Where the Money Goes – A Voters Guide to Understanding the County Budget Sarasota’s Green Legacy – What’s New in Parks, Trails and Environmental Preservation Friendlier, Faster and Easier - Doing Business with the County Play Ball! – Marketing Sarasota’s Sports Economy
Monday, April 10,2017 7:00 p.m. surplus lands andcommunity treasures - crucial decisions -a town hall examination On Monday, April 10, 2017 please join CONA for a town hall examination of our surplus lands policies and zoning processes that are putting lands considered community treasures in danger, perhaps irreversibly. Such crucial decisions require public participation. The current offer to sell public lands adjacent to the Celery Fields for a construction waste processing facility has drawn the focus of adjacent neighborhoods, environmental groups, conservationists, and many concerned individuals. The issues will be examined to determine what should drive decisions about public lands and how policies may be changed to assure protection of our community treasures while making appropriate decisions about development and preservation.