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OPERATION STIPULATIONS The short-term solicitation package called for the firm awarded the bid to open the Springs within 21 days from the date the contract is executed. The operator is to open the resort to swimming and bathing with lifeguard ser- vices; provide janitorial services, including those for the restroom/locker room areas and ticket booth; and provide security for the premises. The package further notes, "The Premises is provided in an AS-IS, WHERE-IS, HOW-IS condition, without warranty or representa- tion, subject to any and all conditions that a competent examination of the Premises would disclose." Entry fees are to be set at $20 for a visitor 18 and older and $15 for an adult Sarasota County resident; for students ages 6 to 17: $15 for a visitor or $11.25 for a county resident; and for children ages 5 and under: $10 for a visitor and $7.50 for a county resident. Nonconsecutive 10-day passes will be $170 for adult visitors and $112.50 for adult residents. For a monthly pass, the fee would be $200 for an adult visitor and $150 for an adult resident. The package also says, "Unless otherwise directed by Owners, no ten day passes shall be sold after August 22, 2014 and no monthly passes shall be sold after July 31, 2014." Further, the Springs must be operated "at a minimum" of seven days a week, eight hours a day, "unless otherwise determined by the Owners," although severe weather and health-related or structural hazards could dic- tate closures, the package notes. % Manuel R. Chepote, LUTCF Chepote Insurance Inc. 1300 Main Street • Sarasota, Florida (941) 366-0100 Serving Sarasota & Manatee Counties Click for driving directions Auto • Home • Life Renters • Motorcycles Flood • Business • Annuities Financial Services Sarasota News Leader February 28, 2014 Page 55

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