Attorney General Pam Bondi and Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam have received hundreds of complaints about the company.
School Board member Caroline Zucker and Teresa Mast, who are running against each other, will appear, as will Eric Robinson and Cindy Hill, opponents in a race for a second seat.
The Sarasota City Commission voted Monday evening to continue discussion of a 393-unit affordable housing complex proposed by Harvey Vengroff along Fruitville Road.
Candidates Frank Anthony Cirillo, Doug Holder, Rick Levine, Nora Patterson, Ray Pilon and Greg Steube have all been invited to attend.
The legislation passed the U.S. House with unanimous, bipartisan support; it now goes to the Senate for consideration.
The plan calls for improving existing parks around the city and positioning the city as an ecotourism destination, with opportunities for paddling, hiking and swimming.
The changes are scheduled to be discussed by the Sarasota County Planning Commission on Thursday, May 5.
Candidates Sara Kathleen Blackwell, Ed James III, Alexandra Cynthia Miller, James Golden, Joe Gruters and Steve Vernon have been invited to attend.
State Sen. Nancy Detert will join state Reps. Jim Boyd, Ray Pilon, Greg Steube and Darryl Rouson.
If built, the garage would sit to the north of the circle itself, behind the strip that contains Shore, Cafe L'Europe and Columbia.
Five years ago, during his first year in office, Scott vetoed $5 million in funding for the park.
In-person voting will be available all day Tuesday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., in both Sarasota and Manatee counties.
Author and journalist to address Sarasota Tiger Bay Club.
The Donald Trump story has Sarasota implications.
The $461 million in projects that Scott eliminated from the budget were aggressive by any standard.
Jeb Bush announced his candidacy for president on Monday--political blogger Frank Alcock weighs in.
The Florida Legislature begins a special session that will hopefully resolve the budget impasse that has the state a month away from a government shutdown.
New College professor Frank Alcock on the political beat.
Sarasota Magazine's Election Fever blogger takes a look at how the redrawing of Florida congressional districts could affect the 2016 election.
If it passes, a new bill would allow for drilling in federal waters within 50 miles of Florida’s coastline.