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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 30 — April 11, 2014 NEWS BRIEFS OPINION NO DEAL YET 46 The county commissioners had hoped for a quick diplomatic agreement in a dispute over the old Sarasota Police Department site, but that remains out of reach — Roger Drouin A DISPUTE OVER NOISE 50 The attorney for Bob's Boathouse says the business will deny it has violated a revised county ordinance neighbors had hoped would bring them peace — Rachel Brown Hackney COMING ATTRACTION 55 The County Commission extends the period of a $1.75-million grant for a new Ringling College soundstage and post-production studio — Roger Drouin PLANNING FOR DISASTER 60 Sarasota County homeowners will have to abide by the state building code with redevelopment following any catastrophe, the county's coastal resources manager says — Rachel Brown Hackney CITY BUDGET CYCLE TO BEGIN 69 On Monday, the City Commission will get its first look at a draft of its 2015 fiscal year spending plan — Stan Zimmerman NEWS BRIEFS 71 CRIME BLOTTER 80 Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article Don't have your own subscription to The Sarasota News Leader? Subscribe for FREE and receive a weekly notification when the latest issue is available online. FREE SUBSCRIPTION

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