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SRQ DAILY Oct 3, 2022

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"If a municipality restricts the number of residential units per acre to an unreasonably low number, as the City of Sarasota does, it encourages the construction of large condominiums to the exclusion of all others. "

- Michael Halfrants, FAIA, Design Principal, Halflants + Pichette.

[Hurricane]  After Ian, Officials Promise More Help On The Way
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

School remains out in Sarasota and Manatee counties because of the impact of Hurricane Ian, and the closure remains indefinite in Sarasota. But most people in the region now have power as the water recedes and a recovery effort continues.

“Support is ongoing,” said state Sen. Joe Gruters, R-Sarasota. “Help is here and more is on the way.”

As of 9pm Sunday evening, only around 16% of customers in Manatee County remained without power, while over 31% of Sarasota users remained without electricity. Manatee County school officials announced plans to reopen on Tuesday, but the picture remains less clear in Sarasota. 

“Sarasota County Schools will remain closed until further notice while we continue to assess, clean, and repair extensive damages to our facilities,” reads a notice from the Sarasota school district. “We will reopen once we can ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our students and employees while they are in our schools & facilities throughout Sarasota County.” The notice goes on to note that particularly in South County areas like North Port, there remains significant damage from the storm.

Government officials in the area remain anxious to bring all services online, particularly schools. “The schools are a big unknown factor that will displace a lot of people once they are ready to get back to work/life,” said Sarasota County Commissioner Christian Ziegler. “With COVID just a couple years ago impacting kids, we cannot afford any more distractions or limitations. With that said, many schools have damage that is currently be assessed and we should know more soon.”

And the area still has its needs. State Rep. Fiona McFarland, R-Sarasota, said communities further south that dealt with greater wind force and storm surge need immediate relief. The area still needs several things, she said. “The water to recede. Debris and tree removal. Tarps, probably a few generators, hot meals,” she said, “and we need to set up a field hospital in Venice.”

Ziegler praised Gov. Ron DeSantis for working with Starlink to make sure there was internet access available in the region despite traditional wire infrastructure still down thanks to the storm.

“We responded quickly with initial supplies and Gov helped open up the PODS, but could use more ice for people who lack power,” he said. “The roads and county infrastructure is one of the next phases. That is being assessed now that we have access throughout the community. We have a very good team and processes in place, but never faced a storm like this locally. So far, so good, but still a lot of work to do until we are back to normal.”


Photo by Jacob Ogles: Thousand Trails Peace River mobile home park after Hurricane Ian.

[Green Building]  Championing Sustainable Structures
Abby Weingarten

Tracking trends in sustainable home building has been a decades-long passion of Michael Halflants, FAIA—an award-winning design principal with the Tampa/Sarasota firm, Halflants + Pichette.

On September 22, he shared his insights at the Interior Design Society (IDS) Environmental Design Conference: Green Building, Healthy Lives! on the New College of Florida campus. Halflants served on a panel called “Design for Sustainability and Environment,” and focused on the topic of “Sustainable Density.” He joined two other speakers: landscape architect David Young, who discussed “Environmental Landscape Design”; and interior designer Sarit Marcus, who talked about “How to Create an Eco-friendly, Healthy Home.”

Q: What are some ways that Sarasota is moving in the direction of sustainable building?

A: In Sarasota County, 76 percent of households consist of one or two people, yet most of what’s on the market is living spaces with three bedrooms or more. When the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce surveyed young professionals, almost 80 percent of them stated that they wanted to live in an apartment, and 62 percent of them said they were hoping to find a one- or two-bedroom apartment.

If a municipality restricts the number of residential units per acre to an unreasonably low number, as the City of Sarasota does, it encourages the construction of large condominiums to the exclusion of all others. It’s neither sustainable nor equitable to build an entire city of luxury units. The average unit size should be in the range of 1,200 square feet rather than 4,000. A smaller footprint will use less resources to build and bring more residents in close proximity to restaurants and work. Higher density generates less traffic and a smaller carbon footprint per resident. Many municipalities around the country are subjected to a zoning code that makes it difficult to create smaller units, even though they are more sustainable to build and more inviting to a diverse population in terms of income, age and background. These codes can be described as exclusionary zoning where one is excluding potential buyers who can’t afford an enormous unit. It’s not really possible to create affordable units unless we allow for higher density.

Many of the building issues we have in the states and worldwide could be improved if we went away from the model of single-family lots. In the U.S., land development is growing twice as fast as population growth. In terms of the global population, we’re already spending resources faster than can be sustained, and it’s something that needs to be addressed.

Halflants + Pichette: 1350 Fifth St., Sarasota, 941-365-1820, halflantspichette.com. 

Pictured: The award-winning Verandah House was completed in 2015. Photo courtesy of Halflants and Pichette.

[Hurricane]  Manatee District Schools Closed Monday, October 3rd

All School District of Manatee County Schools will be closed Monday, October 3rd, as district maintenance and custodial crews continue work to restore our schools to working conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. As of Friday morning, more than 15 Manatee District schools were without power. While area power providers are working intently – clean-up efforts, damage repairs and restocking of food supplies at schools cannot begin until power is available. In addition, certain infrastructure needs such as working traffic signals, need to be fully restored to safely transport students to and from schools. Employees involved in the work to restore schools for instructional readiness are being contacted by their direct supervisors regarding those efforts. Again, All Manatee District Schools will be closed on Monday, October 3rd. School official will continue to keep you updated on when school will resume through mass notification phone calls and emails, as well as through our social media sites on Facebook (@ManateeSchoolsGoodNews), and Twitter (@Manateeschools), and on our district website at www.manateeschools.net under Top Stories. 

[Hurricane]  A Message from Sarasota County Schools: Hurricane Ian Recovery Efforts

Sarasota County Schools will remain closed until further notice while we continue to assess, clean, and repair extensive damages to our facilities. We will reopen once we can ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our students and employees while they are in our schools & facilities throughout Sarasota County. Today was the first time our school assessment teams have been able to get into our North Port area schools to survey damage. Assessment teams are also still working through their review of all our school campuses and district facilities – the damage and repair work needed varies at each location. Some schools have power and minimal amounts of debris; others have no power, need extensive repairs, and have massive amounts of debris. Additionally, we are still hosting guests from the community at two of our school shelters since power outages, flooding, and downed power lines – among other storm-related issues – are still prevalent throughout Sarasota County and beyond. Communication is still unstable throughout the county, not only local connectivity but within our own school district capabilities. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time of recovery and will be sure to share updates as soon as information becomes available. Please continue to follow us on social media (@sarasotaschools) and be sure to visit www.sarasotacountyschools.net/hurricane for the latest updates.

We would be remiss not to mention how moving the outpouring of support and care has been on the Suncoast – not only to our school personnel and families within the community, but to all that have been impacted by Hurricane Ian in our region. If you are interested in/able to donate items to those in need, please do not bring these items to our schools. A number of community organizations are assisting with collection – some of these opportunities are already posted on www.sarasotacountyschools.net/hurricane and we will be sure to share other opportunities as information becomes available. 

[Hurricane Damage]  Hurricane Ian and Selby Gardens

The following is a message from Jennifer Jennifer O. Rominiecki, President and CEO of Selby Gardens.

In the wake of Hurricane Ian, it is our sincerest hope that you and your loved ones are safe and out of harm’s way. The aftermath of this type of storm can no doubt be extremely difficult, and our thoughts are with every family affected. Above all else, I am so glad to report that all of our staff members are safe. Many have already asked how both campuses of our beloved Selby Gardens fared during the storm. At the Downtown Sarasota campus, we have a number of trees and branches down, and a lot of debris to clear away. However, we’re happy to report that many of the iconic trees that so many of us love have held up nicely, including the Moreton Bay Fig, Banyans, Bo Tree, and Wedding Oak. Our research collections are all unscathed. Unfortunately, we did lose about 40 panes of glass in our greenhouse complex. One of our behind-the-scenes greenhouses sustained significant damage and will need to be taken down. The good news is that—other than a minor leak in the Selby House—our historic buildings are in good shape. Also, the new construction that is underway for our Master Plan is unharmed. At our Historic Spanish Point campus, the tree damage is more significant. We lost numerous major trees—many of which fell blocking the access paths to the campus. There are hundreds of downed branches and a lot of debris to clear away. Regarding our historic structures on the site, the pergola will need to be repaired, and we have some minor fixes to make to the White Cottage and Guptill House. Overall, we feel extremely lucky and grateful that the damage sustained by both of our campuses is not worse. Both campuses will need to remain closed to the public in order to clear away the debris and further assess damage.

You can remain informed about the reopening through the Selby Gardens website and Facebook page. In the meantime, if it is safe for you to join us and you would like to volunteer in our clean-up efforts, please contact us here. All help (and rakes) will be welcome in these early days. In addition, many have asked about making a contribution toward our recovery efforts. If you wish, you may do so here. 

Pictured: Fallen tree at the Historic Spanish Point campus. Photo courtesy of Selby Gardens.

[Cancellation]  Sarasota Orchestra Cancels Concerts due to Hurricane

Due to the impact of Hurricane Ian to orchestra operations, Sarasota Orchestra has announced that it will cancel the following concerts: Discoveries: “Mozart and Tchaikovsky” on Saturday, October 1; FREE Family Concert “The Animated Orchestra” on Friday, October 7; Young Person’s Concerts in partnership with the Sarasota and Manatee County School Districts. The Orchestra said it expects to resume concerts on Sunday, October 9 with its first Chamber Soirée of the season in Holley Hall, featuring the Sarasota String Quartet. Rehearsals for the Sarasota Youth Orchestras are cancelled on Monday and Tuesday, October 3 and 4, with an expectation to return to the regular rehearsal schedule on October 10 and 11.  

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[Hurricane Donations]  Hurricane Ian Recovery Update – Supply Donation Sites

For those who have expressed interest in donating supplies for local families & individuals in need after the devastation left by Hurricane Ian, please note the following donation site information: Grace Community Church, 8000 Bee Ridge Rd, Sarasota, Drop-Off date & time: Sunday, October 2 to Sunday, October 9 – 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM each day; First Sarasota – The Downtown Baptist Church, 1661 Main Street, Sarasota, Drop-Off date & time: Sunday, October 2 – 12:00 to 4:00 PM; South Shore Community Church, 1899 South Tuttle Avenue, Drop-Off date & time: Sunday, October 2 – 3:00 to 7:00 PM; Coast Life Church will be accepting supply donations at their new campus, located at 1100 U.S. Hwy 41 Bypass in Venice, Drop-Off date & time: Monday, October 3 – 8:00 to 10:00 AM and 4:00 to 7:00 PM. There are varying levels & types of need in our community right now and a wide variety of care items would be helpful: Basic toiletries like shampoo, toothpaste, hairbrushes and toothbrushes, body wash and soap,clothing items like shirts, skirts, pants, hoodies/jackets, socks, and shoes, blankets, sheets, sleeping bags and pillows, nonperishable food items such as peanut butter, canned vegetables, canned soup, & cereal, bottled water, juice boxes, comfort items like stuffed animals, books, and games. CoastLife Church will be hosting a BBQ dinner for those in need on Monday, October 3 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at their new campus, located at 1100 U.S. Hwy 41 Bypass in Venice, Grace Community Church will be the distribution site for these donated items; however, community organizers are still working out a schedule of dates/times for pick-up. We’ll share additional updates as soon as more information becomes available. Communication is still unstable throughout the county, please follow Sarasota County Schools on social media (@sarasotaschools). Visit www.sarasotacountyschools.net/hurricane for the latest school-related updates. For other county information please visit www.scgov.net.  

[Closure]  Art Center Sarasota Closure

Art Center Sarasota will remain closed to the public through Monday, Oct. 3rd as they assess the building and begin clean up efforts. During this time they will have intermittent access to email and will try to return emails and keep everyone updated as best they can. They look forward to welcoming you all back through their doors soon!  

[Hurricane Donation]  The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce Makes Major Announcement Regarding Hurricane Ian Relief Support

Based on the impact of Hurricane Ian, the Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce will now be donating funds from the Taste of the Beaches to The Islands of Sanibel Captiva Chamber of Commerce. The money raised from this event will go towards unrestricted support for their tourism industry and to help them rebuild their community. The Islands of Sanibel Captiva Chamber supports tourism and hospitality businesses. President & CEO, John Lei is a pillar in the community and the tourism industry. He serves as the Second Vice Chair for Visit Florida and is past president of the Lee County Chapter of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association. When Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber CEO, Robin Miller shared the news of this with John he was grateful and emotional. The Chamber is grateful for the support of this year’s selected non-profit Parc Center for Disabilities for endorsing this shift of funds. CEO, Michelle Detweiler says, “Parc Center for Disabilities wholeheartedly supports the shift of support from our organization to the support of those who have traumatically been affected by Hurricane Ian. We feel blessed to be a part of the Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber and are here to support this effort. We will continue to do what we can to promote the Taste of the Beaches so that the maximum amount of funds can be used to help those in need.” Taste of the Beaches will be held Saturday, October 8th through Friday, October 14th at participating restaurants. The kick-off of this event will be October 7th at Horan Park. You can support Hurricane Ian Relief by purchasing tickets here: www.tampabaybeaches.com/taste. For more information, please contact CEO, Robin Miller at robin@tampabaybeaches.com or visit TampaBayBeaches.com. 

[SOON]  THEATER: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe: Guys and Dolls , October 5 – November 20, Varied

A Tony Award winner for Best Musical, Guys and Dolls tells the story of New York City gambler Nathan Detroit, who dreams of setting up a big dice game while avoiding the authorities—and marriage to his longtime fiancée. Meanwhile, fellow gambler Sky Masterson ends up wooing a strait-laced missionary in a scheme to fund the game. WBTT will add its own special twist to this crowd-pleasing show! Performances run October 5th-November 20th, 2022. For more information visit westcoastblacktheatre.org, Ph. 941-366-1505, Box Office questions email boxoffice@westcoastblacktheatre.org

The Donelly Theatre , 1012 N. Orange Ave Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Players Centre: Little Shop of Horrors , October 6 – October 16, Varied

Join The Players in their 93rd Season with Six That Matter – shows that explore finding purpose, the universal desire to live a life that matters, to fully appreciate aspiration. Be it finding true love, sacrificing it all, a life of devotion, cultivating artistry, finding fame, each of these unforgettable shows- important in their own genres, are celebrations of greatness, of striving for more, that will make memories, sparking feelings of joy- of what being alive fully means. Little Shop of Horror will feed the need for musical hilarity with this delicious sci-fi smash about a man who seeks fame at the cost of his morals with the help of a man-eating plant. A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, this musical has devoured the hearts of theatregoers for over 30 years. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world. October 6-16, 2022. For tickets visit theplayers.org, Ph. 941-365-2494, email BoxOffice@ThePlayers.org

The Players Centre For Performing Arts, Performance Venue & Box Office The Crossings at Siesta Key 3501 South Tamiami Trail, Suite 1130 Sarasota, FL 34239

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: MOTE MARINE: Meet the Women of Mote , September 14 – October 7, Varied

MEET THE WOMEN OF MOTE This year, we are celebrating what would have been the 100th birthday of  Mote’s founding director, Dr. Eugenie Clark. Thanks to her amazing legacy, many women have followed in her wake. This fall, we introduce you to the marine science educators, researchers, and ocean explorers that we call "The Women of Mote".  You’ll learn about their journeys, career challenges, and their incredible accomplishments impacting marine environments in our own backyard and around the globe. We hope you'll join us- and find yourself inspired- as we celebrate these talented and pioneering women during the second season of Women of Mote. The three-part series will include two virtual events, and one hybrid event held in the WAVE Center at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium while being broadcast to our virtual audience. Sept. 14 and 21 and one hybrid event Oct. 7. More event details can be found at mote.org/womenofmote

Mote Marine , 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, Florida.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Art Museum: Jazz Thursdays , January 13 – January 12, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Jazz Thursdays at Sarasota Art Museum will runs through January 12, 2023 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. FREE for Members, $20 for Not-Yet Members. Sarasota Art Museum invites you to be our guest at our first Jazz Thursday at SAM, featuring Hot Club of SRQ. Sarasota Art Museum is partnering with the Jazz Club of Sarasota for Jazz Thursdays. Join us for our special late-night performances on the Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza. Jazz Thursdays will occur on the second Thursday of each month until January 12, 2023. Galleries + Bistro + Shop will be open.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime: Limelight Market , April 23 – December 17, 10am-3pm

Every 3rd Saturday from 10-3 The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime opens their outdoor space for guest vendors, dog rescues, and live music. Check out the 40 local creators and curators inside The Bazaar every Thursday - Saturday. Enjoy a delicious lunch and support local. Free, until you buy something amazing! 

[SOON]  FILM: Sarasota Film Society: Movies For Heroes , September 13 – December 13, Varied

Sarasota Film Society is proud to present "Movies For Heroes", a year long Salute to our Military. Active, Non-Active, Retired Personnel & their family are welcomed to join us once a month at 11am at Burns Court & Lakewood Ranch Cinemas starting in January of 2022 for a year of free movie screenings. 10% of the concession sales from these screenings will go to Wounded Warrior Project. Space is limited, reserve your tickets today. Location Burns Court Cinemas 506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236.

506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: CreArte Latino Cultural Center: MADENUSA , September 16 – October 15, Varied

CreArte Latino Cultural Center Presents MADENUSA A Play by Claudia Soroka September 16-17, at 8 p.m., September 18 at 5 p.m., and October 14 and 15 at 8 p.m. MADENUSA is an amusing and fresh take on the immigrant experience that delves into the intricacies of adjusting to a different culture. The comedy is directed by Carolina Franco, president and artistic director of CreArte Latino Cultural Center. The play will be performed in Spanish with subtitles in English. The playwright will attend the show on September 17 with a bilingual Q & A after the performance. Tickets are $20. To purchase tickets, visit www.creartelatino.org. CreArte Latino Cultural Center is at 8251 15th Street East, Airport Mall Plaza, Suite 1, Sarasota. The show is sponsored, in part, by a $3,000 grant from Bradenton Area Arts & Culture.

CreArte Latino Cultural Center, 8251 15th Street East, Airport Mall Plaza, Suite 1, Sarasota.

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Contemporary Dance: Voices - Rising Choreographers , October 13 – October 16, Varied

Voices - Rising Choreographers. October 13th-16th 2022. Opening Sarasota Contemporary Dance’s 17th Season is Voices – Rising Choreographers, this program presents rising voices who were selected by adjudication from SCD's Summer Intensive Programs, chosen by Artistic Director Leymis Bolaños Wilmott. This years range of work presented reinforces SCD spirit of nurturing artists in various stages of their career. From emerging to mid-career, these contemporary voices matter, and we aim to provide a performance platform that EMPOWERS these choreographers. Performance Location: Jane B. Cook Theater 5555 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243 Contact: info@sarasotacontemporarydance.org - 941.260.8485 - www.sarasotacontemporarydance.org

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Farmers' Market at Lakewood Ranch , January 2 – December 25, 10am-2pm

The Farmers’ Market at Lakewood Ranch is home to more than 90 curated vendors of the region’s best food and flavors, located at Waterside Place in Lakewood Ranch. It takes place every Sunday from 10am to 2pm at Waterside Place. It’s your weekend destination for organic produce, meat, poultry, seafood, bread, pasta, juices and prepared foods. Stay up to date on vendors and events by visiting TheMarketLWR.com.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Amore Restaurant Extends Savor Sarasota Promotion to December , June 1 – December 18

Amore Restaurant has decided to extend Savor Sarasota Menu through December 18th (not combined with any other offer and, not available on special occasions). Savor Sarasota is a 3 course menu dinner for $35.00 per person. The restaurant offers a Portuguese and an Italian menu. They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 9PM. Fridays and Sundays 5 to 9:30pm. With indoor and outdoor seating available. Easy and free parking. Menu can be viewed here:https://www.amorelbk.com/savor-sarasota/

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Geckos Grill and Pubs , December 6 – January 1, 7:30 pm

Gecko’s Grill & Pubs Trivia – Think While You Drink!  If you love Trivia, join the #BestTrivia award-winning fun at Gecko’s on Clark Road and Gecko’s on Hillview year round and at Gecko’s on SR 64 starting back up in April.  All Trivia starts at 7:30 pm. Prizes, Giveaways & Specials plus the Gecko’s fare you love. www.geckosgrill.com.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Stuff The Bus Food Drive , October 23, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

The annual Stuff The Bus event, which was started in 2009, was created through the kind hearts of the School District of Manatee County Transportation Staff. They wanted to give back to the community and knew of “Stuff the Bus” events in other cities and suggested placing one school bus in front of one Publix store in Manatee County. The leadership of Publix thought it was a great idea and requested a bus at every Publix store in Manatee County. Since 2009, nearly 1.1 million pounds of food has been donated through the Stuff The Bus food drive. Since the first Stuff the Bus event thirteen years ago, this event has evolved to include many Community Partners, including: United Way Suncoast, Publix, Herald-Tribune, the School District of Manatee County, and of course, the Transportation Staff of the School District. We are thrilled to have Mosaic as our presenting sponsor this year. All proceeds and donated food will benefit The Food Bank of Manatee, a PLUS program of Meals on Wheels PLUS. Please stop by your local Publix in Manatee County to support this event. Goal: Raise 150,000 pounds of food to feed Manatee County residents! All Manatee County Publix Locations. 

Meals on Wheels PLUS

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sarasota Opera: The Secret Marriage , October 28 – November 12, Varied

The Secret Marriage (Il matrimonio segreto) An opera in two acts. Sung in Italian with translations in English. Music by Domenico Cimarosa and Libretto by Givovanni Bertati. Tells the story of a social-climbing father who wants his eldest daughter to marry an aristocrat and is prepared to buy his way in. When the would-be suitor arrives, his eye falls on the younger daughter instead. But she has secretly married her father’s clerk. Although not often performed, this delightful comic opera was such a hit at its premiere, that the audience insisted on an encore, of the entire opera! (61 N. Pineapple Ave. Sarasota, FL 34236 Ph. 941-328-1300 Email boxoffice@sarasotaopera.org) October 28th-November 12th

Sarasota Opera

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