Tag Archives: 11-10-2010

The Islander Newspaper E-Edition: Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010

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Walk showcases Sunshine State beaches

Adriane McKell registers Vista volunteers — in clown face — Bridgette Halliburton and Joyce Whitworth for the Great Visit Florida Beach Walk that took place on Manatee County beaches and around the state Nov. 6. Islander Photo: Bonner Joy

Local groups such as Volunteer Manatee and the Bradenton Area Convention and Visitors Bureau joined Nov. 6 in a statewide campaign showcasing the Sunshine State’s shoreline. Participants in the Great Visit Florida Beach Walk were assigned to walk a mile …

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Midterm brings eager, early voters

Voters in the Nov. 2 election seemed eager to avoid midterm madness at Anna Maria Island polls, casting ballots early and absentee in strong numbers. The trend also was witnessed at the statewide level, with the state Division of Elections …

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Key races, at a glance

Anna Maria Mayor Sandy Mattick: 45.56 percent Michael Selby: 54.43 percent Bradenton Beach Ward 4 Commission Michael Harrington: 40 percent Janet Vosburgh: 60 percent Holmes Beach City Commission (vote for 2) Sandy Haas-Martens: 40.69 percent John Monetti: 38.08 percent Jean …

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Selby is new Anna Maria mayor

Political newcomer Mike Selby was elected mayor of Anna Maria over opponent Sandy Mattick 509-426 on Nov. 2. The results were certified by the city’s canvassing board at the Manatee County Supervisor of Elections Office. Selby, along with unchallenged commissioners …

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BB voters approve charter changes

The new year will bring changes to the Bradenton Beach Charter, most of them subtle revisions to the governing document for the city. One of the changes, however, will be in spirit with the marking the new year. The amendment, …

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Vosburgh wins BB Ward 4 race

Bradenton Beach voters went status quo — sort of — in the only city office up for election on the Nov. 2 ballot. Voters retained Janet Vosburgh for city commission in Ward 4, which runs from First Street North to …

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Incumbents returned to HB offices

Voters turned out in Holmes Beach to re-elect incumbents Sandy Haas-Martens and John Monetti to the city commission. First-time candidate Jean Peelen challenged them for one of two open commission seats on the Nov. 2 ballot. The Manatee County Supervisor …

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2 incumbents, newcomer elected to fire board

Incumbent West Manatee Fire Rescue District Commissioners Larry Tyler, Seat 3, and John Rigney, Seat 4, won their bids to keep their seats on the in the Nov. 2 election. Tyler faced Michael Carleton and Rigney faced Mondher Kobrosly on …

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Resounding vote returns Whitmore to office

Veteran officeholder Carol Whitmore handily won her quest to serve another four-year term on the Manatee County Board of Commissioners. Whitmore, a Republican and resident of Holmes Beach, defeated Democrat Sundae Lynn Knight, a rookie campaigner, in the Nov. 2 …

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