Sarasota News Leader

07/25/2014

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The City of Sarasota Board of Adjustment on Friday, July 18, turned down James Armour's appeal to cut a 400-foot channel through sea- grass to connect the dock at his house, where he would like to keep his Viking 74 sport fish- erman, with the Intracoastal Waterway. That action marked his third failure at the initiative. He earlier tried appealing to the County Commission and then to the City Commission. Armour lives in the second-largest house in the county, which stands at 4449 Bay Shore Road. At 39,000 square feet, the home is smaller only than John Ringling's Cà d'Zan, which is just up the street. A current aerial shows the house at 4449 Bay Shore Road and the bay. Image from Google Maps A CHANNEL, AMBASSADORS AND CITY KEYS A CITY RESIDENT GETS ANOTHER DENIAL ON A REQUEST TO DIG A ROUTE FROM HIS DOCK TO THE BAY; NEW SARASOTA POLICE AMBASSADORS BEGIN WORK; AND THE CITY COMMISSION HONORS DAN KENNEDY By Stan Zimmerman City Editor The channel is open in a 1926 aerial provided by Jono Miller. Image courtesy Jono Miller

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