The organization also expanded its board of trustees.
Michael J. Wilson, a member of the firm's management committee since 2009, replaces previous president Ric Gregoria.
The center's first-ever climate forecast conference will be held on Nov. 19, 2021.
For the third year in a row, Sarasota Magazine has received the highest number of awards for design, writing and digital content.
Project plans include upgrading InStride's Sensory Arena.
The $50,000 in funding from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County will support mental health services for children suffering from abuse.
They include the East Meets West Expo on Sept. 14, which returns after a year off.
Ten categories are available to submit a request service: code compliance, noise complaint, public landscaping/trees, park issues, parking, safety hazards, sewer issues, streets/signs/streetlights, trash/recycling and water issues.
Richard Johnson has been named chair and Patricia Golemme has been named vice-chair.
The funds come from the Truist Foundation.
Herrera will plan and execute various marketing strategies, including producing flyers, updating property listings and coordinating photography.
The $100,000 matching grant will be used to continue southward expansion of the urban forest, including planting scrub oaks and removing invasive vegetation.
The Executive Academy, a partnership between Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance and Game On Nation, is a six-week leadership course.
The $20,000 grant will be used to offer and expand mental health care assistance to local families and children.
The funding will be used for CareerEdge's workforce development efforts.
The city unanimously voted to approve a rollback of 3.1372 mills for the city's preliminary operating millage.
A six-show season will start in October at a new, temporary space.
The foundation board meets in mid-November to review grant applications and award grants.
The city also ranked No. 2 on the "Fastest-Growing Places in the U.S." list and No. 5 on the list of "Safest Places to Live in the U.S."
Amy Yount Tittle has been part of the organization for more than 19 years, most recently as the agency’s CFO.