CRA / OEVA Survey

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In a joint effort, Sarasota County's Englewood Community Redeveloping Act (CRA) and the Old Englewood Village Association (OEVA) have created a Survey to understand our area residents and business owners better so we can provide more value to the community. Please take a moment of your time to fill out the survey at https://oldenglewood.com/cr...
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Elm/Magnolia & Dearborn Street IS NOT A ROUNDABOUT!

Elm/Magnolia & Dearborn Street IS NOT A ROUNDABOUT!
Good morning everyone – I just received a call from Mary at A New Wave Salon (corner of Elm/Magnolia & Dearborn) and she said she watched several cars use the intersection as a round about. Not sure why, because it is clearly a 4-way stop. She also said they are stating on Facebook that it is a round about. This and all of the following in...
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Orange Street Traffic/Parking Map

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The Magnolia / Elm and Dearborn intersection is just about done and will be done by Monday 10/18 when construction moves one block east to Orange Street. Upon moving there the focus will be to work on the Orange St Intersection, the south side of Dearborn St sidewalk and curbs between Magnolia/Elm and Orange, and the north side of Dearborn St sidwa...
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Englewood Farmer's Market opened Today. Welcome Back! 10/6/2021

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It's great to see the Englewood Farmer's Market return to the streets!
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Construction Update - 10/6/2021 Magnolia-Dearborn

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Wright Construction has been placing the paver bricks in the intersection of Elm/Magnolia and Dearborn Street and anticipates finishing that intersection by October 15. Possibly by October 13, weather permitting at which time they will be closing Orange Street intersection. The pervious concrete parking spaces in front of Englewood's On Dearborn an...
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Englewood's Dearborn projects still moving forward

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By STEVE REILLY Staff Writer

Published in the Englewood Sun

Aug 22, 2020 Updated Aug 22, 2020

ENGLEWOOD — Englewood projects are moving forward, even though the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board has been on a health hiatus due to COVID-19 for months.

Sarasota County commissioners suspended advisory board meetings until further notice due to the health crisis, but a $7 million redesign project for West Dearborn Street is still in the works.

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Magnolia / Elm St Update - Pavers begin being laid today

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Ready to Lay Pavers Center Pavers Outer Ring Pavers
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Englewood CRA Advisory Board meeting

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The next Englewood CRA Advisory Board meeting has been scheduled.  There will not be a meeting on October 11, 2021 due to this being a National holiday. Time November 8, 2021 - 1:00 PM Location Lemon Bay Park and Environmental Center
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Construction Update - 9/15/2021 Magnolia-Dearborn

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The intersection of Dearborn St and Elm/Magnolia Avenues are still under construction but moving right along. The sand base for the slab before the pavers is laid, and the curbs and sidewalk sections are being laid. Debbie Marks today stated... "Wright Construction will complete the concrete work in the intersection of Elm/Magnolia and W. Dearborn ...
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Mango/Elm Street Traffic/Parking Map

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Dearborn St is OPEN for business! All businesses are easily accessible and there is parking. Please review the map for your convenience.
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Olde Englewood Ideas

Published in The Englewood Review

by Todd Tracy

Over the Independence Day weekend, part of the news cycle included speeches from various public officials that touched on America’s founding ideas and their authors. Those ideas live on to this day. Why? Because it was the value of those ideas, and the willingness of the people to embrace and implement them, that secured their place in our nation’s history. 

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