Sarasota News Leader

12/21/2012

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CONTENTS GOING UP THE NOISE ORDINANCE Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY THE NOISE ORDINANCE 13 GIVING UP 18 GENUINE SURPRISE 22 GOING UP 25 RESTORE RANKINGS 28 LOOKING BETTER 30 HOW MUCH??? 34 NEWS BRIEFS 36 Some ���give��� at a time of year for giving ��� Stan Zimmerman North Port wants out of Warm Mineral Springs deal ��� Cooper Levey-Baker CONA president says she found it hard to believe her former fellow Siesta Key Association director was charged with making a fraudulent campaign contribution in her name ��� Rachel Brown Hackney Fall tourism figures are ahead of the 2011 numbers, and early signs indicate more growth in the 2013 season ��� Rachel Brown Hackney Sarasota County Commission settles on priorities for spending funds from the BP Deepwater Horizon settlement ��� Cooper Levey-Baker With another vote on mowing contracts, the County Commission hopes it has put the worst of problems behind it ��� Rachel Brown Hackney County commissioner continues to question costs for specific items in Siesta Beach Park project, including $3,500 trash cans ��� Rachel Brown Hackney OPINION EDITORIAL46 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR COVER PHOTOS: Front - Norman Schimmel; Sarasota Leisure - Norman Schimmel 48

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