Welcome!

CONA is a coalition that represents more than seventy neighborhood, condominium, homeowner, and civic associations plus individuals dedicated to working to protect neighborhood interests and to providing a voice for all of the neighborhoods in Sarasota County. 
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We were founded in 1961. 
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CONA exists to leverage the power of neighborhoods and 
to make Sarasota County more neighborhood-friendly.
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County Administrator Randall Reid, special guest speaker at CONA's February 2012 meeting.
Control Growth Now luncheon 2012 honoring CONA president Lourdes Ramirez as Citizen of the Year
CGN lunch with CONA president Lourdes Ramirez, Siesta Key Village Assn, Russell Mathes
and Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce, Cheryl Gaddie
May 2012 CONA meeting with speaker, Sarasota County GM John McCarthy
CONA's Sept 10 meeting on the Foreclosure Mess.  Quite a crowd!
City of Sarasota Manager Tom Barwin at CONA Sept 2012 meeting
The start of CONA Sept 2012 meeting with president Lourdes Ramirez and director Kafi Benz
Special guest speakers Matt Weidner & April Charney (right side) discuss issues before CONA Sept. 2012 meeting
In background SNN interviews April Charney & Matt Weidner while CONA members & visitors wait for Sept 2012 meeting to start
Photograph Gallery 

Some of our favorite 
CONA photographs!

 CONA Blog

 is being repaired and turned into a separate page, please check back,  but continue to our "meetings" page, where the videos are also 

contact us at:
conasarasota@hotmail.com
or send us a note at 

CONA 
PO Box 15788
Sarasota, Florida 34277


Links to notable CONA meeting videos and articles

October 2012 meeting on Ballot Amendments:  part 1  and  part 2

Stan Zimmerman, Sarasota News Leader article: CONA speakers sound the foreclosure alarm

Foreclosure Mess 101 with April Charney and Matt Weidner: September 10, 2012 CONA meeting video


 Members Corner

 Coming soon... a page for important information members submit to  have posted to the Internet—a place for notices and announcements 
 for the smallest neighborhoods to the largest—start planning what 
 your organization wants to post.

Neighbors helping neighbors since 1961