Sarasota News Leader

06/13/2014

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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 39 — June 13, 2014 PLENTY OF SAND? CONCESSIONS MADE NEWS PLENTY OF SAND? 9 Mining the ebb shoal of Big Sarasota Pass should have no impact on the natural system that delivers sediment to Siesta Key, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says — Rachel Brown Hackney CONCESSIONS MADE 17 The U.S. Attorney's Office yields to some requests in a case involving alleged cellphone monitoring through the Sarasota Police Department — Stan Zimmerman ADDING UP 21 Legislators update community leaders on prospective funding for an Interstate 75 diverging diamond interchange and funding for Benderson Park — Roger Drouin LEGAL DRAMA 26 Sarasota County to sue Sanborn Studios to recoup at least some of its financial incentives — Cooper Levey-Baker MORE MONEY FOR WATER 28 With aging infrastructure to address, the City of Sarasota is facing the need for multiple increases in customer utility bills — Stan Zimmerman TEXTBOOKS AND TEA 31 Founder of Englewood tea party group joins Sarasota County School Board race — Cooper Levey-Baker CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 33 Two hugely different long-term proposals for Warm Mineral Springs will go head-to-head June 24 — Cooper Levey-Baker TABLE OF CONTENTS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article COVER PHOTO CREDIT The Beachcombers - Fran Palmeri

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