Sarasota News Leader

11/15/2013

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Siesta Seen ILLEGAL RENTALS, THE OUTDOOR MERCHANDISE DISPLAY ISSUE, GIDGET'S COASTAL PROVISIONS' LATEST OPENING TIMELINE AND A 'BIRTHDAY PARTY' ARE TOP ISLAND TOPICS By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor Illegal rentals were back in the spotlight at the Nov. 7 Siesta Key Association meeting, with the key's Code Enforcement (CE) officer, John Lally, pointing out, "This summer was the worst summer we've had" for such incidents on the island. The case level "continues to grow and grow," he said, "and there's only one of me, so I get to as many [violators] as I can." He discussed both the 6537 Sabal Drive house — which has been mentioned frequently in The sun glitters on the Gulf of Mexico on Nov. 8, as visitors to Siesta Public Beach find the water is still warm enough for swimming and wading. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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