Sarasota News Leader

01/17/2014

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Vol. 2, No. 18 — January 17, 2014 CONTENTS FOURTH TIME THE CHARM? A HALF MEASURE Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY FOURTH TIME THE CHARM? A new city charter proposal calls for the 'strongest mayor yet' — Stan Zimmerman 9 A HALF MEASURE 13 A ROUND OF QUESTIONS 17 NUN RAISING HELL ON ST. ARMANDS 23 TAKING A STAND 26 INSIGHTS INTO THE REAL '43' 32 THE DIPLOMATIC APPROACH 35 IMPROVING THE CODES 39 The County Commission makes a counter-offer in a years-old pay dispute with the Teamsters — Cooper Levey-Baker A state proposal for a roundabout at Beach Road/Midnight Pass Road on Siesta Key raises County Commission concerns — Rachel Brown Hackney Business owners object to a woman seeking charitable donations on the Circle — Stan Zimmerman The Siesta Key Association board unanimously agrees to state its opposition to any dredging of Big Sarasota Pass or its channel based on current data — Rachel Brown Hackney Former President George W. Bush reveals warm aspects of his personality to a Sarasota audience and reflects on life as the most powerful elected leader in the world — Vicki Chatley Some county commissioners think an agreement is still possible in a dispute over the old Sarasota Police Department site — Roger Drouin County staff is working on revisions to regulations to deal with continuing concerns over Bob's Boathouse and to prevent a similar situation in the future — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Bright and Breezy - Rachel Brown Hackney Sarasota Leisure: A Starry Night on the Bay - Robert Hackney

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