Lake Sarasota Clean-Up and More...

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County selects new
Deputy Administrator
Thomas Harmer has been named Deputy County Administrator for Sarasota County. The appointment is conditional pending post-offer requirements.
Connecting families to services
SATURDAY: A free "Community Connection Day" will help connect families with children to community service Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m.-noon at the Venice Public Library.
Lake Sarasota cleanup July 21
SATURDAY: Sarasota County will hold its annual free community cleanup in the Lake Sarasota area from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 21.
Some voter cards have incorrect information
Some of the new voter information cards being mailed to Sarasota County votersmay contain incorrect polling locations, says Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent.
Law changes for disabled parking permits
DisabledFlorida has new requirements for replacing a permanent (blue) disabled person parking permit. The state made these changes to ensure that persons receiving the permits are truly disabled.
Be a 'master money mentor'
Get one-on-one financial training to
help you share educational assistance with low- and moderate-income families. The training is free, Aug. 1-3, at the Sarasota County Extension office at Twin Lakes Park. Registration is required by Aug. 1.
County eligible for assistance
The federal government has added Sarasota County to its list of counties eligible for individual assistance to offset costs of uninsured losses due to Tropical Storm Debby. 
Mobile health services in July
DoctorGet free or low-cost health services this month at 14 sites around the county from the Health Department's Health in Motion Mobile Medical Unit..


I hope the whole world would contribute to environmental programs like this.

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