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Siesta Seen A DISPUTE OVER A BEACH PATH SEEMS TO BE RESOLVED; A COUNTY VARIANCE PETITION IS PROCEEDING; THE SIESTA CHAMBER BIDS ADIEU TO ITS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; AND CHAMBER AWARD NOMINEES ARE SOUGHT By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor The accretion of sand on Siesta Public Beach has led to what Sarasota County's environmental supervisor calls "a rather unique situation" regarding one path to the beach. met with representatives of the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast to iron out a recent complaint regarding clearing of a path through the Foundation's 11,687-square-foot property, which has been a popular nesting Last week, Howard Berna, a staff member in place for the endangered Snowy Plovers that the county's Natural Resources Department, call Siesta home. As temperatures were dropping up North, the Siesta Public Beach remained balmy in early November. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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