Bradenton Times News Articles
Willis A. Smith Construction recently hired Daniel "Dan" Bridinger as its new Assistant Director of Accounting. Mr. Bridinger has 17 years of experience in construction accounting, and will primarily be handling the firm's general accounting in addition to assisting the director of accounting.more»
Dr. Jennifer Leigh has joined Gastroenterology Associates of Manatee, LLC. She possesses in-depth specialized knowledge in identifying and treating disorders of the digestive system.more»
Manatee County Government offices will be closed today to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Also, through the holiday weekend the County's e-mail system will be inactive as IT teams transition more than 1,600 Manatee County Government accounts to Microsoft Outlook e-mail.more»
Local governments will be closed for the holiday on Monday. The BOCC will hold two work sessions on Tuesday: one in the morning (when it will discuss service improvements to transit and citizen comment procedures), then one in the afternoon (when it will discuss the Southwest County Improvement District Plan's Neighborhood Improvement Program and disposal of five surplus county properties). The Bradenton City Council will workshop on Wednesday.more»
All City of Bradenton offices will be closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. There are no changes to trash collection this week for city residents.
They didn't know there were weight-limit signs at each end of the road. Commissioners thought that when Joel Christian, the County's Environmental Manager, described intimate aspects of a small trail through mangroves, that he was speaking from experience, and they didn't yield caution to pictures showing the butchery of protected mangroves, in violation of state statutes.
At Thursday's Planning Commission meeting, members faced residents of Palma Sola with little concerns to their objections to amend the Preliminary Site Plan for the Palma Sola Bay Club. In other business, commissioners recommended approval for amendments for a Mixed Use Development Preliminary Site Plan on Moccasin Wallow Road and a Parrish Storage facility.more»
The Wares Creek bridge project, which has been in the works since Oct. 2010, was announced by City Public Works Director Claude Tankersley to be complete and recapped at Wednesday's Bradenton City Council meeting.more»
At Wednesday's meeting, the Bradenton City Council heard a presentation from City Public Works Director Claude Tankersley on a recap of the Ware Creek bridges project, and approved a $37,500 tax credit application to a group for the redevelopment of 69 public housing units.more»
Omega Communities, LLC, a senior housing development company, celebrated the groundbreaking for Fountains of Hope on Sunday, December 14, 2014, with a crowd of more than 100 members of the Church of Hope, local representatives and the public. The 90,000-square-foot assisted living and memory care community will be located on the campus of the Church of Hope at 1560 Wendell Kent Road, Sarasota.more»