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Sarasota News Leader December 28, 2012 Page 51 out to tell the worker he or she was doing such a good job, the business wanted to hire the person, Maxa says. Fourteen people are working on the teams right now, Maxa adds, resulting in two teams of five people each and one team with four people. ���There���s a waiting list right now,��� he says. AUG. 9 A long blue line of 96 men and two women have tossed their peaked caps into the race to be the next city police chief. Current Chief Tropical Storm Debby eroded much of the Mikel Hollaway will retire in October. The beach in the southern part of the county, inhiring decision will be one of the first in the cluding what had been a bluff on Casey Key. Photo courtesy Sarasota County administration of incoming City Manager Emergency Management Agency by telephone Tom Barwin, and it will be scrutinized both because of property damage they suffered as inside the new police headquarters building a result of the storm���s effects, McCrane reports to the County Commission on Aug. 6. Fifty-two structures in the county were damaged by wind or water, he tells SKA members during their regular meeting. AUG. 8 As of Aug. 1 ��� the three-month mark ��� 33 homeless people have rotated through the City of Sarasota���s Street Teams program and 11 of them have been able to find full-time employment, the program���s supervisor reports during the Aug. 8 meeting of the Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness. Tom Maxa, a Salvation Army employee in Sarasota, tells the approximately 30 people present that while the goal was to see about 65% of the participants gain regular employment, ���I think we���re headed in the right direction.��� Three of the 11 who were hired ���were actually working on the Street Team at their jobs,��� he adds. In each of those cases, someone from a business came Sarasota Police Chief Mikel Hollaway/ Contributed

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