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CONTENTS THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE SO EVERYONE CAN PLAY BALL Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY CITY COMMISSION WRAP-UP 11 MAKING THEIR CASES 17 THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE 20 WHERE IDEAS GO TO DIE 25 GRANDSON OF DROD 31 LESS ENERGY EQUALS MORE MONEY 35 SO EVERYONE CAN PLAY BALL 38 FINISHING WITH A FLOURISH 41 NEW CROSSING CONUNDRUMS 44 AN AGREEMENT REACHED 47 Domestic violence measures narrowly win approval, while the city attorney wrestles with tangled legal questions — Stan Zimmerman City Commission candidates shadowbox in front of their neighbors — Stan Zimmerman The County Commission gives the City Commission a mid-April deadline to determine whether support exists for a bus rapid transit system — Rachel Brown Hackney Analysis: City, County commissioners consult without conclusions — Stan Zimmerman Greater density on the drawing board for downtown — Stan Zimmerman The Sarasota County Schools realize $16 million I savings through a five-year program to reduce energy consumption — Scott Proffitt The Orioles come to town for more than spring training — Cooper Levey-Baker Ringling Museum, Mote, college staffers helping lead the last of this year's One Book programs on Unbroken — Cooper Levey-Baker Crosswalks on Beach Road and Midnight Pass Road posing different sets of problems for drivers on Siesta Key — Rachel Brown Hackney The Sarasota County Attorney's Office will recommend the County Commission pay a Siesta property owner $75,000 and vacate 220 feet of right of way to settle a lawsuit — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover - Sarasota Sunset - Norm Schimmel Sarasota Leisure - Spanish Point Tranquility - Norm Schimmel

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