Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Lobeck: The Vue and You


Join us to help make
Sarasota a resident-friendly city

The Vue and You

Thursday, SEPTEMBER 22, 6:00 PM

Selby Library Auditorium

This Town Hall meeting
is organized by STOP!, a group of Sarasota
residents concerned about maintaining our quality of life. STO P!'s
goals include four very specific changes to the City zoning code:
wider sidewalks, public involvement in approving new development and
realistic traffic studies.

STOP!'s Steering Committee consists of:
Jennifer Ahearn-Koch, Mollie Cardamone, Lee Duffey, Lewis Hanan,
Mike Lasche, Jude Levy, Kate Lowman, Bill Noonan, Eileen Normile and
Gretchen Serrie.

STO P! Advisory Board (9/8/16)

Dennis Adams
Valerie Buchand
Barbara Campo
Dick Clapp, former Sarasota City Mayor
David Cohen
Bob Easterle
Mary Kay and Joe Henson
Virginia Hoffman
Kelly Kirschner, former Sarasota City Mayor
Pat Kolodgy
Barbara Sassen May
Bonnie McIntyre
Jono Miller
Patrick O’Brien
Sarah Pappas
Rob Patten
Carol Reynolds
Ronald Riffel
Curtis Schantz
Mort Siegel, former Sarasota City Planning Board member
Rick Spinner
Gerry Swormstedt
Dave Sylvester
Cerise Terry
Terry Turner, former Sarasota City Commission

STOP! is a community-based organization of Sarasota citizens. We are volunteers who come from all parts of the City: downtown, the keys, and the City’s mainland neighborhoods. Some of us are retired; others are still working. Our backgrounds are diverse – business, the arts,health care, education, government, the law and more.

We all have one goal in common: preserve our quality of life. We are working for wide tree-lined sidewalks, consideration of traffic issues, and citizen involvement in Sarasota’s development approval process. Only when Sarasota residents are part of the process will the City protect the quality of life that makes us want to live here.

For more information, or to get involved, contact:
Email Stop!

Link to Stop! Website


Feel free to forward this to any friends and neighbors you think may
be interested.

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