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"If the tax went away, all the things we are looking at coming would still be on the table."

- Sarasota Sheriff Kurt Hoffman
 

[Politics]  Sheriff Promotes Extension of Penny Tax
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

Voters in Sarasota County on Tuesday will decide whether to keep on the books a sales tax funding numerous public needs. Sarasota County Sheriff Kurt Hoffman, a vocal supporter of the levy, said it’s critical voters vote yes.

“We have a dire need for capital improvements at the Sheriff’s Office,” Hoffman said. “Hopefully the penny sales tax will help with that.”

The sheriff has become somewhat of a face for the sales tax referendum on the ballot Tuesday. He points to a study that shows his office needs to more than double its physical facilities by 2035 to handle projected growth in the region. The revenue generated by the tax could make it painless to taxpayers to fund such an expansion with the county’s first dedicated public safety complex, Hoffman said.

The penny sales tax notably stands for renewal this year. It has been in place since 1989, and it only applies to the first $5,000 of any purchase made in the county. Supporters note it covers any purchases made by tourists and visitors to the region. If the tax isn’t renewed this year, it could expire at the end of 2024. If the referendum passes, the tax will be renewed through 2039. A quarter of the money goes to the Sarasota County School Board, with the rest of revenue being divided among Sarasota County government and local municipalities based on population.

Critics have grumbled about whether infrastructure funded by the tax addresses needs created by growth or helps spur those challenges, pointing to road expansions in Lakewood Ranch and East Sarasota County funded by the tax that opened regions to higher population densities, thereby creating need for more roads, schools and public safety facilities.

Hoffman, though, said the tax isn’t about whether the growth should happen but how to respond when it does.

“We can’t turn off the sunshine in the Sunshine State,” Hoffman said. “We won’t make Siesta Key a less popular place to go. We also have a political climate people want to gravitate to.

“I don’t think we will stop people from coming to Florida. The question is, are we going to have good quality water? Are we going to have the necessary public safety infrastructure? If the tax went away, all the things we are looking at coming would still be on the table.”

Hoffman stressed the use of surtax revenues remains carefully restricted. Beyond elected officials who are held to account for spending, the county must have a citizen tax oversight committee that conducts an annual review of expenditures. The funding can’t go to paying staff.

Hoffman noted any number of factors from inflation to material scarcity and supply line challenges continue to make the cost of infrastructure go up. “I could make the argument we are saving taxpayers money by not impacting the general fund and by getting started on projects a little sooner,” he said.

 

 

  

Screenshot courtesy Common Cents for Sarasota campaign.

[Celebration]  Happy Birthday, SMH!

On November 2nd, Sarasota Memorial celebrated its 97th anniversary! On this date in 1925, Sarasota Hospital opened its doors. A modest 32-bed facility, it was the county’s first modern hospital. Sarasota Memorial has grown significantly over the past 97 years, expanding to meet the region’s evolving health care needs. Today, with two hospitals (the nationally ranked flagship medical center in Sarasota and new acute-care hospital that opened last year in Venice), a freestanding ER in North Port, and network of urgent care clinics, outpatient centers and physician practices that stretch from North Port to east Manatee County, SMH is one of the most comprehensive health care systems in the nation, and one of the most respected. The health system manages more than a million patient visits a year, caring for 951 inpatients between its two hospitals and 544 patients in its ERs yesterday alone. As SMH looks forward to its 100th anniversary in 2025, more plans are in the works, including a new hospital and healthcare campus in North Port and Wellen Park, expansion of the SMH-Venice hospital, a new behavioral health pavilion and outpatient cancer pavilion on the Sarasota campus, and continued growth of outpatient services throughout the county. 

Click here for historical timeline.

[Produce]  Honeyside Farms Offers Organic Veggie Box Subscriptions

Honeyside Farms is a local certified organic farm that offers customers a weekly (or every other week) box of freshly harvested organic produce. Customers can choose from several pick up locations or have their box delivered to their home. Spots are limited so be sure to sign up now by visiting Honeyside Farm's Store (barn2door.com) Honeyside Farms also works with local business that purchase the subscriptions (or cover a portion of the subscription) as a unique benefit for their employees. Hiring and keeping great employees engaged is a challenge form many businesses and this is unique way to appreciate employees and connect local businesses together. The farm will deliver the veggie boxes right to the local business. 

To learn more click here.

[New Restaurant]  Naked Farmer Coming to UTC

A new farm-to-fork restaurant serving locally-sourced, seasonal food, is coming to University Town Center (UTC) in Sarasota. Tampa-based Naked Farmer is opening its fourth location in the West District at UTC in a 2,300-square-foot space between Blaze Pizza and Crumbl Cookies. The growing chain is on a mission to build a better food system. Scheduled to open this summer, the fine-casual restaurant offers a healthy menu that is unique and flavorful, changing with the seasons for optimal quality and ultimate taste. Diners can choose from one of the rotating chef pairings or build their own harvest bowls filled with the freshest, most seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. Naked Farmer has become known for its creatively prepared vegetable-forward menu. The restaurant partners with farmers they know on a first-name basis, like Black Street Farms in St. Petersburg, FL, which means vegetables are harvested as little as 24 hours before being served. Meals are made with farm-fresh food cooked from scratch daily and reasonably priced, starting at $12. Naked Farmer has a mission to become 100 percent local in the sourcing of its food. The company has built a direct-to-farm supply chain with farms in the Tampa Bay region and throughout Florida. The menu is developed in direct conversation with small and medium-sized farmers nearby, brought in from the fields, and cooked with care by chefs who know their vegetables. Some of the fall menu items currently available include roasted sweet potatoes, charred broccoli with lemon and garlic, and roasted carrots with spicy vegan ranch. Naked Farmer is among an exciting lineup of new businesses coming to UTC. Other new shops and restaurants opening soon include Florida’s first Homesense; Christmas Tree Shops; Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar; Yard House, a modern American restaurant and bar with more than 100 beers on tap; Orlando’s famed Foxtail Coffee Co; 3Natives Acai and Juicery; locally owned Anna Maria Oyster Bar; Kelly’s Roast Beef, a Boston-area staple for more than 70 years; Post Kitchen & Bar; and The Breakfast Company. 

To learn more click here.

[Airport News]  Breeze Begins Nonstop Service From SRQ to HPN

Breeze Airways, the Seriously NiceTM low-fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, celebrated its newest destinations from Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport to Westchester County and Norfolk on November 2nd. The routes are on sale from just $74* one-way if purchased by November 30 for travel from January 8, 2023, through May 16, 2023. Guests on Breeze may choose from three price bundles that are offered as ‘Nice’, ‘Nicer’, and ‘Nicest’. Nice and Nicer bundles are across Breeze’s fleet of Embraer 195 e-jets and Airbus A220s, while Nicest – including a First Class seat - is only available on the A220s. Guests may also choose a Nice or Nicer bundle and add a First Class seat as well. Breeze has ordered 80 brand new Airbus A220-300 aircraft, with options for 40 more. Breeze doesn’t charge change or cancellation fees up to 15 minutes prior to departure and offers other benefits such as free family seating and a la carte pricing. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly. Flights are now on sale at www.flybreeze.com and via the Breeze app. 

[Clinical Trial]  SMH Participates in Clinical Study of World's First Dual-Chamber, Wireless Pacemaker

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is among a select group of world-class heart institutions participating in an international clinical trial of the world’s first true dual-chamber, leadless pacemaker for people with slow and irregular heart rhythms. One of 80 research sites globally testing Abbott's Aveir DR dual-chamber leadless pacemaker, Sarasota Memorial’s electrophysiology team -- led by cardiac electrophysiologists Dilip Mathew, MD, and Robert Eckhart, MD -- implanted the investigational device in patients at SMH in July and September. All of the patients are doing well and will be monitored by their physicians and the Sarasota Memorial Research Institute team at regular intervals until the study period ends next year. Abbott’s Aveir VR single-chamber, leadless pacemaker received FDA approval this spring after a pivotal, multi-center trial found it safe and effective for certain patients with abnormal heart rhythms. The Aveir VR leadless pacemaker, which is now commercially available at Sarasota Memorial, was designed for expandability and potential upgrade to a dual-chamber system with regulatory approval in the future. Like traditional pacemakers, Abbott’s VR and DR leadless pacemakers use pulses of electricity to trigger the heart to beat. But instead of using lead wires to send electrical pulses through veins into the heart, doctors implant the leadless devices directly into the heart. The FDA-approved Aveir VR pacemaker is implanted in the right ventricle, while the DR dual-chamber device includes a second implant in the right atrium of participants enrolled in the current trial. The devices communicate wirelessly, providing beat by beat synchronization based on each patient’s condition and unique needs. For more information about Aveir’s leadless pacemaker study or other clinical trials, contact the Sarasota Memorial Research Institute at (941) 917-2225. For a physician referral or information about cardiac care at Sarasota Memorial, call (941) 917-7777 or visit smh.com/heart.

  

[New Hire]  A Paradise Realty Welcomes Tarah H Green, Realtor to the Ellenton Location

Tarah H Green comes to Manatee County and the team at A Paradise Realty from upstate New York, splitting her time between New York and Florida. As a successful business owner for the past 25 years, Tarah brings with her trust and dependability to A Paradise Realty, one of the premier real estate companies on the west coast of Florida with convenient office locations in Holmes Beach and Ellenton. New York State Dance Challenge Inc. and Florida State Dance Challenge Inc. are two sister
dance competitions that Tarah is the director and president of as well that bring dance competitions dancers from across the East Coast together to compete in a friendly, nurturing atmosphere! When not working on real estate endeavors and dance-related events, Tarah enjoys spending time with family and friends, thrifting and traveling. With affordable homes, a zero-income tax policy and warm weather, let Tarah help you find your dream home. 

[Trauma Therapy]  Resilient Retreat Helps to Heal Those Impacted by Trauma

As our Southwest Florida community has recently experienced, trauma touches the lives of so many and in so many different ways. Studies have shown that as many as 70 percent of Americans have experienced some form of trauma, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing.

Located on 84 acres of conservation land on Fruitville Road, new non-profit Resilient Retreat is helping to heal those impacted by trauma with free and fully confidential programming, ranging from day-long and virtual programs to multi-day, overnight intensive retreats. The research-based, holistic, interdisciplinary programming includes support groups, neurofeedback, animal and equine therapy, yoga, meditation, mindfulness, time in nature, art and music therapies and more. On the heels of its grand opening, the organization has been busy supporting the local community, first responders, helping professionals and survivors of abuse. The non-profit also provides trainings to corporations, businesses, non-profits and non-governmental agencies.

Alongside the non-profit, a one-of-a-kind event space for corporate retreats, weddings and milestone events was created. The Retreat Sarasota serves as the “venue that saves lives,” with all proceeds from rental fees directly benefiting Resilient Retreat’s mission. Accommodating groups up to 500+, the venue encompasses an 18,000-square-foot Retreat Center, a 5,000-square-foot Community Center, overnight accommodations for up to 30 people and multiple breakout rooms and outdoor venues.

Resilient Retreat’s trauma-informed staff also operate a Kind Line at 941-343-0039. 

For more information on programming or how to donate or volunteer, click here.



[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Siesta Key Crystal Classic , November 11 – November 14

The free Siesta Key Breeze Trolley runs daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm to and from Siesta Key Village and Turtle Beach. A mobile app is available to track the trolley in real time. New transportation on and off Siesta Key is now available via Sarasota County’s OnDemand Service. Customers can request a ride via a mobile app, which is available in app stores for iPhone and Android devices, online at scgov.net/OnDemand, or by calling 941-300-1553. OnDemand uses accessible minivans and operates similarly to today’s popular ridesharing services like Uber and Lift. The OnDemand vehicle will pick up customers and take them to their destinations within the same zone.

Siesta Key Beach

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Manatee Performing Arts Center: PUPPY PALS Comedic Stunt Dog Show , November 12, 2:00pm

A family fun action-packed show where adopted and rescued dogs perform spectacular stunts and breathtaking feats. Watch as we lead the puppies and audience through challenging and comical tricks as the pooches show everyone who is really boss! Full of surprises and laugh-out-loud canine comedy this performance appeals to children of all ages. During the PUPPY PALS Comedic Stunt Dog Show you will witness some of the most incredible dog stunts and behaviors ever performed by man’s best friend. For more information: www.manateeperformingartscenter.com, Ticket Office 941-748-5875.

Manatee Performing Arts Center , 502 Third Avenue West Bradenton, FL 34205

[SOON]  HEALTH: Vets, Pets & Jets 5K & Fun Run/Walk , November 12

2022 Vets, Pets & Jets 5K and Fun Run at SRQ presented by KW Suncoast, Humane Society of Sarasota County and Sarasota Bradenton International Airport. This one-time-only event is sure to add some spring to your step. Go inside the gates of Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) for a competitive 5K and a 1-mile fun run/walk like no other. The course will be safely nestled along an active taxiway on the north airfield of SRQ. We’ll also have food, music, vendors, activities, and prizes, so bring the entire family—even the four-legged members. And since it coincides with Veterans Day weekend, we’ll be doing a special salute to our military service members. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Sarasota County. All participants and attendees must register by 11:59pm on November 9. No day-of registrations allowed, even for spectators, per airport policy.

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport, 1120 Clyde Jones Road Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Orchestra - Chamber Soiree 2 , November 13, 4pm

Sarasota Orchestra Presents Acclaimed Guest Artists in November Concerts. Chamber Soirée 2: Orion Weiss and Friends November 13th, 4:00pm at Holley Hall. Sarasota Orchestra musicians are joined by world-renowned pianist Orion Weiss, one of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of American musicians. Bach’s Trio Sonata from The Musical Offering is a Baroque masterpiece. Cesar Franck’s mighty Piano Quintet is a highly Romantic work, full of emotional intensity.Known for his affinity for chamber music, Orion Weiss is widely regarded as a “brilliant pianist” (The New York Times) with “powerful technique and exceptional insight” (The Washington Post). Tickets from $40, available at www.SarasotaOrchestra.org or (941) 953-3434">

Sarasota Orchestra Presents Acclaimed Guest Artists in November Concerts. Chamber Soirée 2: Orion Weiss and Friends November 13th, 4:00pm at Holley Hall. Sarasota Orchestra musicians are joined by world-renowned pianist Orion Weiss, one of the most sought-after soloists in his generation of American musicians. Bach’s Trio Sonata from The Musical Offering is a Baroque masterpiece. Cesar Franck’s mighty Piano Quintet is a highly Romantic work, full of emotional intensity.Known for his affinity for chamber music, Orion Weiss is widely regarded as a “brilliant pianist” (The New York Times) with “powerful technique and exceptional insight” (The Washington Post). Tickets from $40, available at www.SarasotaOrchestra.org or (941) 953-3434

Holley Hall

[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]  GALLERY: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens - The Orchid Show 2022 , October 15 – December 4, 10am-5pm

EXHIBITION: The Orchid Show 2022, October 15 – December 4, 10 AM – 5 PM Marie Selby Botanical Gardens showcases the beauty and diversity of orchids in “The Orchid Show 2022: Capturing the Perfect Shot.” This immersive, photography-themed exhibition features innovative horticultural vignettes with hundreds of orchids in flower in the Tropical Conservatory and large-format photos of rare orchids from the Gardens’ own collection in the Museum of Botany & the Arts. On view through December 4 at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus. For more information, visit selby.org. Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus1534 Mound Street, Sarasota, FL 34236 Historic Spanish Point campus401 North Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229 TEL 941.210.0874

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , 1534 Mound Street, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: URBANITE THEATRE: The Burdens , October 21 – November 27, Varied

Siblings Mordy and Jane have a problem. Their dreadful, centenarian grandfather is an emotional and financial tax on the family, and he just won’t die. Scheming almost entirely via sarcastic and misspelled text messages, the siblings hatch an outrageous plan to relieve their family of their grandfather’s burden. Zany, twisted and inventive, this dark comedy reminds us it’s much easier to write what we could never say face to face. LOCATION 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236 CONTACT (941) 321-1397 info@urbanitetheatre.com www.urbanitetheatre.com

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  : The Ringling - A Decade of Collecting , October 22 – January 22, Varied

A Decade of Collecting brings together a survey of artworks acquired for the permanent collection over the past eleven years. As the State Art Museum of Florida and a division of Florida State University, The Ringling’s collections are constantly expanding to provide our state and local community with access to current contemporary works in all media and thoughtful additions to our historic collections. Though the core of the collection has always been the works acquired by John and Mable Ringling, the museum’s holdings have been expanding ever since the State of Florida took full possession of the bequest in 1946. In the early years, these additions were mainly in pre-1800 European art and circus-related material, but over the second half of the 20th century, directors and curators also began acquiring works by modern and contemporary artists. A Decade of Collecting presents a unique snapshot of how The Ringling’s collection continues to evolve, allowing us to tell new stories of the past, present, and future. Visit ringling.org to plan your visit.

Museum of Art Searing Galleries

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: CoolToday Park Announce Second Annual Grilled Cheese Festival , November 19, 11am-6pm

CoolToday Park, the Spring Training Home of the Atlanta Braves, announce the return of the wildly popular Grilled Cheese Festival on November 19, 2022. The free, family-friendly event will take place on Saturday, November 19, from 11am-6pm, and will feature food trucks, a beer garden, live music, kids’ activities, and more. Parking is $5 per car. Each food truck will offer grilled cheese themed items along with their regular menu. Attendees can vote on their favorite grilled cheese items from these categories: Traditional, Meat Lovers, and Freestyle. Armbands will be issued to those aged 21+ for free beer samples. Craft and domestic beers will be available for purchase, along with a custom beer stein. On the Front Plaza lawn, kids’ activities will include face painting and a speed pitch game. Also on the Front Plaza will be a stage with live music, community booths, and the Braves Street Team. For more information on the Grilled Cheese Festival, or CoolToday Park, visit cooltodaypark.com.

CoolToday Park , 18800 South West Villages Pkwy Venice, FL 34293

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: FST - A Place in the Sun - A Tribute to Stevie Wonder , November 16 – March 26, Varied

FST’s second Cabaret of the Winter Season, A Place in the Sun – A Tribute to Stevie Wonder, will begin playing in FST’s Goldstein Cabaret on November 16, 2022. The new music revue celebrates the legendary musician whose catalogue spans six decades and multiple musical genres, taking audiences through the beloved songbook of musical pioneer, Stevie Wonder. Created by Jason Cannon, Richard Hopkins, and Sarah Durham, this all-new Cabaret features such timeless hits as “I Just Called to Say I Love You,” “Isn’t She Lovely?,” and “Superstition.” Tickets are now on sale at FloridaStudioTheatre.org or at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  SPORTS: Tournament Features Elite Female Baseball Players as the Original All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Passes the Torch to A New Generation of Female Athletes , November 19 – November 22

The Legends of Woman’s Baseball in America announces the inaugural All-American Woman’s Baseball Classic Tournament to be held at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Florida from November 19-22, 2022. The multi-day event will include a free baseball clinic for girls ages 5-18 coached by former MLB players and a championship female coaching team, on Monday, November 21st. Pro-level tournament competition will begin on Saturday, November 19th between four teams, each wearing replica colors of jerseys worn by the 1943 All- Americans. The event will culminate on Tuesday, November 22 with a championship tournament and awards ceremony. Our legacy sponsor Misdee Wrigley Miller, the granddaughter of Phillip K. Wrigley, founder of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), will throw out the first pitch of the championship game in his honor on Tuesday, November 22nd. Sixty of the nation’s elite woman athletes, many of whom are members of the prestigious Women’s Baseball World Cup, will showcase this generation’s major league-level talent while recognizing the women who paved the way before them. The tournament will pay homage to the League’s history by using the names of the original four teams – Peaches, Blue Sox, Belles, and Comets. Baseball is America’s pastime, yet it has passed women by. We believe that’s about to change. Timing is ripe to shine a light on equality, diversity, access, and inclusion. Every girl should have the opportunity to play baseball.

[SOON]  FOOD: Phillippi Creek Oyster Bar Open For Waterfront Dining On Thanksgiving Day , November 24, 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Phillippi Creek is the perfect waterfront destination for gathering with family and friends. The award-winning Phillippi Creek restaurant will feature the regular menu with additional specials like fresh stone crabs, baked stuffed seafood, fresh steamed oysters, oysters on the half shell, and seafood boats for two along with a traditional Turkey Dinner for those craving the flavors of the holiday: oven roasted turkey, croissant sage andouille stuffing, sweet potato cobbler, broccoli au gratin, and sage gravy. For over 37 years, the “Creek” as locals like to call it, has been a favorite to gather for the freshest seafood, cocktails and daily specials for lunch and dinner. Large parties without reservations are welcome for al fresco dining or can enjoy one of the larger tables indoors. Prefer to dine at home? The Creek also offers family-style packages available for 4, 8 or 12 people. Pick up is Weds. Nov. 23 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.  Pre-order minimum of 48 hours in advance. Whether early lunch, late afternoon family meal, or a cozy dinner for two, Phillippi Creek is your destination to enjoy the holiday.

[SOON]  THEATER: Urbanite Theatre: Birds of North America , January 6 – February 12, Varied

"Birds of North America" runs January 6th-February 12th, 2023 at Urbanite Theatre. As birders, John and his daughter Caitlyn adore spending tender autumn days attempting to catch glimpses of elusive birds. But as seasons, the climate, and global politics change, the two find their connection as rare as a red-headed Woodpecker.  In a lyrical and endearing family portrait, Birds of North America unfolds in delicate, detailed layers like the scattered leaves of each passing year. For tickets and information contact Ph. (941) 321-1397, Email info@urbanitetheatre.com, Website www.urbanitetheatre.com

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

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