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Vol. 2, No. 15 — December 27, 2013 CONTENTS PUSHING BACK THE DELIVERY DATE DUE PROCESS DENIED Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY PUSHING BACK THE DELIVERY DATE The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers now says its analysis of the Lido Renourishment Project will need an extra month to complete, resulting in a delayed County Commission discussion of the issues — Rachel Brown Hackney 8 DUE PROCESS DENIED 18 UPGRADING A POPULAR PLACE 22 CONTINUING TO LEAD THE WAY 29 CAN THEY SELL THE PLAN? 35 GREEN-LIGHTING GIDGET'S RENTERS 41 G.WIZ, WHAT A LOSS 47 Sarasota Holocaust survivor fights incapacity ruling — Cooper Levey-Baker The Celery Fields may be for the birds, but public restrooms and a nature center will improve the preserve for residents and tourists — Roger Drouin Tourist Development Tax revenue is higher again for the first month of the new fiscal year, and business owners project a strong season ahead — Rachel Brown Hackney Analysis: Down to the wire, the committee members working on recommendations for the Downtown Sarasota Community Redevelopment Agency prove less than ambitious — Stan Zimmerman With a Planning Commission recommendation for approval, it will be up to the County Commission to decide on three new transient units in Siesta Village — Rachel Brown Hackney The building of the future is a thing of the past — unless the city can find another lessee — Stan Zimmerman PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: A Silver Lining - Norman Schimmel Sarasota Leisure: Framing Fronds - Norman Schimmel

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