Sarasota News Leader

03/29/2013

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CONTENTS DRAWING THE BEST FROM DISASTER LET THE RACES GO ON Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY A GENUINE THREAT 8 A NEW CODE 12 FORMING THE 'ABC CLUB' 16 A DESIRABLE DECLINE 21 DRAWING THE BEST FROM DISASTER 24 MORE PROMOTION 28 AGENDA PREVIEW 32 LET THE RACES GO ON 35 A 'GO SLOW' APPROACH 38 CAREFUL PLANNING URGED 41 WHEN WILL THERE BE LIGHT? 46 Nobel laureates warn Sarasota about rising seas — Cooper Levey-Baker The County Commission approves a revised Procurement Code almost two years after a scandal sullied the local government's reputation — Rachel Brown Hackney Analysis: Unusual endorsements add spice to city race — Stan Zimmerman Sarasota County has seen the highest decrease in crime of all Florida counties with populations above 100,000 since Tom Knight became sheriff — Rachel Brown Hackney Sarasota County RESTORE Act projects fare 'quite well' in regional ranking — Cooper Levey-Baker A Visit Sarasota County consultant recommends a bigger investment from the private sector to draw tourists to the county — Rachel Brown Hackney Uncommon questions for the city commissioners — Stan Zimmerman Suncoast Charities for Children makes a public plea for support so its Super Boat Grand Prix Festival can continue this summer — Stan Zimmerman Residential parking permit plan inches forward — Stan Zimmerman County commissioner talks of the need to safeguard the county's natural assets for the future — Rachel Brown Hackney County staff reports the latest estimate on providing illumination for seven Siesta Village crosswalks and addresses another lighting matter on the key — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Sandy Path - Robert Hackney Sarasota Leisure: Siesta Beach Fun - Rachel Brown Hackney

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