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Alley paving project to start next week
Aug 5th to Oct 25th
 
The City of Sarasota will be paving the east side alleyway during the timeframe of October 6th to November 6th. Affected residents will receive permits to park at the Palm Avenue Garage for the duration of the paving project. More info will be provided as soon as we hear from the city. For the original story on this topic, click here.  
 
Last day for Jennie Byram
Aug 5th to Oct 4th
 
Association Manager Jennie Byram's last day at the building is October 3rd. Drop by and say goodbye.
 
Remaining 2014 board meetings
Aug 7th to Nov 30th
 
The GT Board of Directors will meet on the following dates on the second floor (aka The Mezz). Owners only are welcome to attend open meetings. Meeting notices/agendas will be posted in the lobby glass case a few days prior to the specific date.
 
>Tuesday, October 14, 5:30 pm
>Tuesday, November 18, 5:30 pm
 
Social hours on hiatus
Aug 8th to Oct 31st

As many who enjoy participating are elsewhere this time of year, the Wednesday Happy Hour and Friday Morning Coffee are canceled until further notice. 
 

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More Main Street merchants on the move--in and out
 
>Update, 10.1: Alex and Ani, a retailer that sells bracelets, necklaces and accessories opened recently at 1461 Main Street.
>Update 9.30: In about a month, Fugates plans to open at 1476 Main Street (former Kokonuts space). You may have visted one of their shops in Boca Grande or Venice.  The store sells island-inspired clothes, gifts and home accessories.
>Update, 9.26: Mozzarella Fella in the 1600 block of Main Street is expanding its hours and menu. Beginning October 15th, it will stay open Wednesday through Saturday until 9 pm.
>Update, 9.20:  Flavio's Brick Oven Pizza and Bar, a Siesta Key Village favorite, will open a sister restaurant in several weeks near Osprey on Main Street (in the old Divino's space). It will be part Italian, part steak house, the staff noted.
>Update, 9.20: Melanie Ann Denicourt, the owner of  Couqillage — French for “seashell”--says she is packing up her high-end, home decor shop near Main and Lemon Streets and moving to space on Pineapple, near McAnsh. She's changing the store name to Indigo West as well. She is one of the few retailers moving because too many people come in to her store, especially on market day and in season. 
>Update, 9.6: The Famous Tavern opened on Main Street.  The owner operator will share his vision with you as you enjoy wine or beer and salads or sammies. Music from the 1970s and 80s will take you back. 
 
>For more news on what is coming and going downtown, check out previous stories noted here; scroll to the bottom of the box and click on View Archives.  To learn more about the evolving retail and business community in Sarasota, and especially about the Mall at University Town Center slated to open in mid October, follow Assistant Projects Editor/Business Reporter Justine Griffin at the Herald-Tribune Media Group.
 
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