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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 42 — July 4, 2014 'PUTTING LIVES AT RISK' PROMENADE PLANS NEWS 'PUTTING LIVES AT RISK' 8 Neither Health Department warning signs nor the Bob's Boathouse management is keeping customers out of the body of water designed as a fountain — Rachel Brown Hackney PROMENADE PLANS 13 In the latest version of plans for the northwest corner of Stickney Point and South Tamiami Trail, Benderson proposes a hotel and shopping center — Roger Drouin A JUMP IN THE EXPENSE 20 The renourishment of south Siesta Key's beach could cost as much as $18 million, well above the original estimate — Rachel Brown Hackney AN EARFUL ON 2050 26 Public workshop attendees pan proposed changes to Sarasota 2050, but will it matter? — Cooper Levey-Baker A DIAMOND PLAN 30 Residents are unsure whether a bold interchange plan for Interstate 75 and University Parkway will work, but they say something has to be done, with traffic intensification anticipated — Roger Drouin AN INTERIM SOLUTION 36 A short-term plan to add more sand to Lido Beach is well received, but a more ambitious Army Corps of Engineers proposal remains controversial — Roger Drouin NEEDED: A RESOLUTION 43 The county commissioners will discuss the future — and possible sale to North Port — of Warm Mineral Springs during their July 8 afternoon session — Rachel Brown Hackney TABLE OF CONTENTS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article COVER PHOTO CREDIT Bombs Bursting In Air - Robert Hackney

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