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05/24/2013

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Sarasota News Leader May 24, 2013 Page 87 Siesta Seen that in years past, other communities required "Give them to us and we'll volunteer them for similar youthful offenders to pick up garbage the cleanups [on Siesta]," SKA Vice President Michael Shay responded. on the beach in lieu of paying a fine. "We don't have the resources" to monitor that type of community service, Blakely replied. Three people on a shift normally is the staffing level for the Sheriff's Office on the island, he indicated. Shay organizes the quarterly Adopt-A-Road trash collections, a joint effort with the Siesta Key Village Association. (The next cleanup is on June 1, with a free breakfast offered at 8 a.m. to those volunteers who come to Village Deputy Kevin Blakely speaks to Siesta Key Association members on May 2. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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