Thursday, April 09, 2015

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Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback on the system, contact us at communications@scgov.net
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) of Sarasota County, which is part of a national network of local volunteers, exemplifies how a committed team of volunteers can make a difference in the health, safety and resiliency of 
our communities.
Residents of the City of Sarasota and Town of Longboat Key must be registered by Monday, April 13 to be eligible to vote in their respective elections scheduled for Tuesday, May 12.
To celebrate National Library Week, Sarasota County Libraries is hosting a week-long series of events designed for the public to 'Discover
Local Authors.'
SCAT will not be traveling through the Publix parking lot at 535 South Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL. 
For one day only, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 18, The Sarasota Clerk of the Circuit Court and County Comptroller is accepting payment for overdue traffic tickets and criminal fines and fees without charging the 25 percent collection agency surcharge. 
Elsie Quirk Public Library will host a special program aimed at helping people face some of life's biggest challenges.
The Arbor Day Foundation recently awarded Sarasota County the "Tree City USA" designation for 2014, based on the county's demonstration of environmental improvement and higher level of tree care. 
Real estate agents, landlords, property managers, architects, multifamily complex builders, permitting officials and all community members are invited to attend a free Fair Housing seminar. 
The Pistol and Rifle Range at Knights Trail Park will be closed to the public starting Monday, April 27, for a lead remediation project overseen by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission.
Learn what's driving local transportation and infrastructure improvements in Sarasota County during National County Government Month (NCGM) 
in April. 
The first cycle of the Comprehensive Plan Update is in full swing, as county planning staff works to examine Sarasota County's  environmental systems. 

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