WCW March 2015

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West Coast Woman

The “cranes” are back in Sarasota. No, not the winged ones. More like the construction cranes hovering over downtown. And the developers who are so much a part of the economic ecosystem have also returned to their most favorite habitat: a growing, wealthy community like Sarasota.

While we often think of development and an image clearly comes to mind, there are also redevelopers such as Maegan Ochoa, who works with her husband, Eric Collin, at The Sibari Project, a redevelopment company based in downtown Sarasota. Yep, a redevelopment company and one of their recent projects (still ongoing) is the revamp, rebrand of—are you ready—a north trail motel. The Regency Inn was once a prime stop for families driving to Florida who wanted a convenient and affordable stay in what was a new American-made novelty: a motel.

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Girls Inc.’s 27th Annual Celebration Luncheon

Isabelle Crotsley

Isabelle was chosen as Girls Inc. her leadership, kindness and her commitment to being strong, smart and bold. Staff at Girls Inc. describes Isabelle as entrepreneurial, hard-working, studious, thoughtful and empathetic.

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Does Your Fridge have Bad Breath?

Frindge Freshener

When it comes to your refrigerator, there's nothing worse than mold, smelly odors, and fresh produce going bad just days after purchase.

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Accolades

Accolades

Sarasota resident Martha Commander Colvig Hildreth recently published her first book, entitled “Bright Blessed Days - Slices of Life in America from 1895 to 1967.”

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