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09/06/2013

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Sarasota News Leader September 6, 2013 Page 71 CYD TO HONOR BAILEY AND MATTISON AT LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST Community Youth Development of Sarasota County (CYD) will honor attorney Dan Bailey and Chef Paul Mattison at its Eighth Annual Leadership Breakfast on Thursday, Sept. 19, at the Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club, the nonprofit organization has announced. Bailey, who is an attorney at Williams Parker Harrison Dietz & Getzen in Sarasota, serves as general counsel to the Sarasota-Manatee Airport Authority and practices in the area of land use planning and zoning, the news release notes. He also is on the boards of The Patterson Foundation, the Community LeadEach year, CYD recognizes people "who have ership Council of the University of South Flordemonstrated a commitment to empowering ida Sarasota-Manatee and the Community youth as leaders in our community," a news Board of the Sarasota Regional Campus of the release says. Florida State University College of Medicine. Registration and breakfast service will begin Mattison, executive chef and proprietor of Matat 7:30 a.m. Tickets, which are $30 per person, tison's, operates a successful culinary group may be purchased at www.cydonline.org. on Florida's Gulf Coast, the release adds. He Masters of ceremony will be Lisa Carlton, also serves on the advisory boards for Kaiser former Florida state senator and past CYD College, Sarasota County Technical Institute's Leadership Breakfast honoree, and Carlton Culinary Arts Program and Sarasota's DownRobinson, a senior at Cardinal Mooney and town Farmers Market. Additionally, Mattison a STAR Leadership Training graduate, the re- is on the boards of All Faiths Food Bank and Florida Winefest & Auction, the release says. lease continues. CORRECTION The News Leader included incorrect information in two recent articles involving the Sarasota County Commission's vacation of a right of way on Calle de Costa Rica on Siesta Key. entire width of a right of way, she pointed out in an email. In the case of the Calle de Costa Rica petition, William and Katherine Baumann of 601 Avenida de Mayo did choose to ask the board to vacate the entire 60 feet of right of way, Kennedy added. "This simply means that they worked jointly with their neighbor and owner of the property that abuts the westerly right-of-way line of Calle de Costa Rica," Kennedy continued. "As a result, the vacated right-of-way is divided into two equal parts and title is vested in the appropriate abutting property owner." In response to a News Leader request for clarification regarding the articles, 'Trumping the comp plan' (May 31, 2013) and Siesta Seen on Aug. 30, Diane C. Kennedy, the Sarasota County real property title examiner and researcher who made the staff presentation about the Calle de Costa Rica request during the board's May 21 regular meeting, explained that when the County Commission vacates a right of way, the title normally is vested equally with The owner of the property on the west side the abutting property owners. Petitioners are is DCA Fidu Inc. Trust Estate, represented by not required to ask the county to vacate the Michael J. Silvers. %

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