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Updated: 11/08/2017 08:30:04AM

North Port celebrates summit success

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Business advocate Randy Welker helps with a raffle during the North Port Real Estate Summit. The summit was held on Friday, Nov. 3 and had over 150 attendants.

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Sarasota County Schools Superintendent Todd Bowden welcomes the audience to the North Port Suncoast Technical College.

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North Port Mayor Linda Yates welcomes more than 150 commercial real estate agents, city officials and staff attending the event Friday at the Converence Center of the Suncoast Technical College.

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Bruce Henry, with Berkshire Hathaway, was the moderator for the panel "Partners Who Provide Infrastructure to Development." Panelists were Joe Ambrose with Comcast Business; Jeff Maultsby, with Sarasota County; Julie Bellia, Public Works director of North Port and Rick Newkirk, of Public Utilities director of North Port.

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The panel "Commercial Trends, Positive News for North Port and the Region" was moderated by Deeana Atkinson. The panelists were Dan O'Berski, with Trinity Commercial Group, Howard Corr, with Coldwell Banker Sunstar; Lee DeLieto Jr., with Michael Saunders & Company and Sherri Smith with Sarasota County tax collections.

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Joe Ambrose, with Comcast Business, was a title sponsor of the 2017 North Port Real Estate Summit.

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Maryann Mize shows to the audience an edition of the Sun regarding good news coming to the area.

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Paul J. Erhardt, West Villages president, was the luncheon keynote speaker on Friday at the 2017 North Port Real Estate Summit.

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North Port City Manager Peter Lear gives closing remarks Friday.

By LAUREN COFFEY

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NORTH PORT — Real estate is booming in the city and so is a summit on that very topic.

The second annual North Port Real Estate Summit was held Friday. It was the first event held in the new Suncoast Technical College with roughly 150 attendees.

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