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Vol. 2, No. 11 — November 29, 2013 CONTENTS TURNER WINS HIS SUNSHINE SUIT THE POLITICAL WILL Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY TURNER WINS HIS SUNSHINE SUIT Chapman goes on the attack in her legal case involving the state's open meetings law — Stan Zimmerman 9 THE POLITICAL WILL 13 A MEANS TO MORE MONEY 22 HOW DID WE GET HERE? 30 OPTING FOR A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY 36 LAYING OUT PRIORITIES 44 HELPING THE HUNGRY 49 The Sarasota City and County commissioners move ahead with implementing consultant Robert Marbut's 12 strategic steps — including planning for a 24/7 permanent shelter in Sarasota — Roger Drouin The president of the organization that manages Benderson Park events says a foundation will be established to raise money for necessary rowing facilities — Rachel Brown Hackney The Sarasota News Leader reconstructs, via email, what led to the county's much-criticized contract with Laffer Associates — Cooper Levey-Baker The County Commission splits on a decision to allow Benderson Development to create a light industrial/warehouse project on 42 acres off Fruitville Road — Rachel Brown Hackney Downtown Improvement District board members consider the area's future, with expansion getting the top ranking among proposals — Stan Zimmerman With assistance from the Orioles, the Mayors Feed the Hungry Program beats its 2012 mark in the tons of food collected during its annual pre-Thanksgiving initiative — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: A City Awakens - Norman Schimmel Sarasota Leisure: A Delight For All Ages - Norman Schimmel

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