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Sarasota News Leader August 23, 2013 walkable, but people get about easily with bicycles and golf carts. Walkable retirement communities are an unreal idea. People with either young children or physical handicaps still need to drive. Until four years ago the Bee Ridge Extension area residents had to drive to Cattleman Road to shop. That has been partially solved, but some residents opposed the shopping area. Doesn't it say something for Sarasota 2050 when its advocates live in very urban areas? It tells me it will not work as it is. Shred it and let the property owners make the decisions about their communities. We do not live in the USSR or Commonwealth of Independent States yet. Paul A. Cajka Sr. Sarasota Page 67 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Sarasota News Leader welcomes letters to the editor from its readers. Letters should be no more than 300 words in length, and include the name, street address and telephone number of the writer. Letters should be emailed to, with "Letter to the Editor" in the subject line. Letters actually printed will be selected based on space available, subject matter and other factors. We reserve the right to edit any letters submitted for length, grammar, spelling, etc. All letters submitted become the property of The Sarasota News Leader. FREE SUBSCRIPTION Don't have your own subscription to The Sarasota News Leader? Subscribe for FREE and receive a weekly notification when the latest issue is available online. QUICK TIP For the best viewing experience on a computer click the menubar to zoom to fullscreen mode. icon in the

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