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SALE OF UNIT 501 IS POSTPONED AGAIN
Jul 2nd to Jul 22nd
June 30 was suppose to be a day of celebration for a local bank and Gulfstream Towers but just like so many times before, it never came to pass.
The string of postponements in this foreclosure case involving Unit 501 at GT might someday be a candidate for "Believe It or Not." Then again, probably not because it is our legal system.
On Tuesday, there was suppose to be an auction held on the steps of the Courthouse. The winning bid would take title to the fifth-floor unit that been vacant for at least a couple years.
It was postponed this time because the attorney representing the bank didn't file the correct paperwork.
No date has been set to give it another try, probably in late September.
Gulfstream Towers could receive in the neighborhood of $80,000 if a bidder other than the bank carrying the mortgage is the winner. However, that is not likely to happen so the condo's check to cover maintenance fees and assessments over the years will be drastically less.
 
WHERE Y0U PARK AFTER GARAGE WORK
Jul 4th to Jul 31st
The thankless task taken on by the Gulfstream Towers Parking Committee has been completed, as has been the much more financially rewarding job by Aqua Plumbing and Mariotti Paving.
  At least they thought it was completed. As expected there were a few requested changes, minor according to the committee members. All were handled in a professional manner by both sides. 
  The assignment of spaces or allotment as committee liaison/Director Steve Vernon prefers, still has to be approved by the Board of Directors, which is expected to be a formality.
The first hurdle came Saturday morning when residents, young and old, tracked down their vehicle so as to return it to the GT garage's newly laid out spaces.
  Fret not, your wise Board of Directors would not approve of wholesale change, just for the sake of change. Most the relocations were necessary because of the new configuration. For a more readable copy click Welcome home and Happy Parking.
 
FDOT SEEKS INPUT ON MAIN, 41 ROUNDABOUT
Jul 5th to Jul 31st
 

 
  Taxpaying residents of Gulfstream Towers and surrounding neighbors received a notice that probably got tossed without the message ever seeing the light of day.
  Too bad. Most everyone would have had more than a casual reaction. Some in horrific disbelief, others with a big belly laugh, imagining the show it would provide if ever a reality. Of course, there are the youngsters (under 55) who would just keep humming, "What Will Be, Will Be."
  The Florida Department of Transportation, held in about as much respect by most intelligent adults as the Army Corps of Engineers, wants input on replacing the traffic lights at Main Street and Highway 41 with a roundabout or other "improvements."
  One thing in their favor this time is history. Though they are in the City of Sarasota projects, it's probably a sure bet that FDOT was a sugar daddy and gave its approval to the roundabouts in our front and back yards. Even the staunchest critics have to be consider these three a success. Of course there were fender benders but not aware of a single accident with serious injuries.
  Certainly the always important traffic counts at Main, Pineapple and Central or Ringling Boulevard and Pineapple or Ringling Boulevard and Palm Avenue combined won't be as impressive as in a few hours at 41 and Main. 
  Speed is the thing and just maybe the FDOT has come up with the answer. Only those with a snoot full of booze or a death wish would try to navigate a roundabout at the speed they drive today.
 
 

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