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No. 32 — April 26, 2013 WALMART BOWS OUT AT RINGLING CONTENTS BAN BEGINS MONDA Y Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY WALMART BOWS OUT AT RINGLING 8 WALMART WINS COUNTY'S OK 12 WEIGHING THE ODDS 20 BAR MORATORIUM DIES 26 BAN BEGINS MONDAY 31 ASKING FOR ADVICE 33 APPROVAL WITH DISPLEASURE 36 EXCEPTION TO THE RULE 41 WASTING TIME 43 CLOSING IN ON A SETTLEMENT 45 Shopping center owner files appeal with the city — Stan Zimmerman In spite of residents' protests about additional traffic, a new Walmart will be coming to the Beneva/Bee Ridge intersection — Rachel Brown Hackney Unsure of what the North Port Commission will do, the County Commission approves the drafting of an interlocal agreement on Warm Mineral Springs for both boards to sign — Rachel Brown Hackney City Commission prepares for 'epic' noise discussion in May — Stan Zimmerman The City Commission approves a new ordinance to prevent panhandling, but the city likely will face a legal challenge over it — Stan Zimmerman County Commission kicks transfer of development rights discussion back to advisory board — Cooper Levey-Baker The County Commission approves the Siesta Beach stormwater project but repeats objections to a consultant's estimate that was about one-third of the bid's expense for the specific work — Rachel Brown Hackney County lets White Buffalo Saloon entertain after 10 p.m. — Cooper Levey-Baker Analysis: City Commission takes half an hour to ponder spending $384 million — Stan Zimmerman All that remains to resolve a Siesta Village property owner's lawsuit against the county is a public hearing on the vacation of right of way — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Violaceous Twilight - Norman Schimmel Sarasota Leisure: Siesta Sun & Sand - Normal Schimmel

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