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Sustainable Communities, Water Stewardship

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Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback relating to this newsletter, contact us at communications@scgov.netCounty to host public meetings for updated fire assessment methodology Sarasota County will host a series of meetings to present proposed updates to its fire assessments, which are charges imposed against real property to fund the fire services provided to citizens. Health in Motion services offered in August Sarasota County's Department of Health will provide no-cost health screenings and referrals for general health and wellness during August.  Register now for 12th annual Sustainable Communities Workshop Early-bird registration is now open for Sarasota County's 12th annual Sustainable Communities Workshop on Nov. 30, a day-long event that showcases steps to building healthy, resilient, thriving communities.

August 23: Final Hearing will decide Fate of Celery Fields

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This is it - the final hearing that will decide whether the beautiful face of East County is foreve scarred by a Construction Demolition Waste Processing Facility.
















County Updates

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Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback relating to this newsletter, contact us at communications@scgov.netHealth in Motion services offered in August Sarasota County's Department of Health will provide no-cost health screenings and referrals for general health and wellness during August.  Register now for 12th annual Sustainable Communities Workshop Early-bird registration is now open for Sarasota County's 12th annual Sustainable Communities Workshop on Nov. 30, a day-long event that showcases steps to building healthy, resilient, thriving communities.  Osprey Junction Trailhead to close during road construction project Osprey Junction Trailhead is one of multiple access points to The Legacy Trail. The trail will remain open and available to the public for the duration of the road project, which is being constructed by the Palmer Ranch development and will add 1.2 miles of roadway and a roundabout.