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On Tuesday, July 8, in Venice, the Sarasota County Commission will discuss a response to a letter the North Port City Commission sent it last week requesting the advertisement of another short-term o p e r a t i o n b i d f o r Warm Mineral Springs. That could include a proposal to sell the property to the City of North Port, com- missioners indicated last week. The item will be the last one on the agenda that day, the commissioners agreed this week, and public comments will be accepted right before the discussion begins instead of during the Open to the Public part of the afternoon session, which will start at 1:30 p.m. County Administrator To m H a r m e r e s t i - mated that if all the o t h e r b u s i n e s s o n t h e a g e n d a f l o w s Visitors to Warm Mineral Springs rave about the healing effects of the water. Photo by Stan Zimmerman NEEDED: A RESOLUTION THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL DISCUSS THE FUTURE — AND POSSIBLE SALE TO NORTH PORT — OF WARM MINERAL SPRINGS DURING THEIR JULY 8 AFTERNOON SESSION This can't be in perpetual short- term operation mode, which is what [North Port Mayor James Blucher's June 26] letter says. Christine Robinson Vice Chairwoman Sarasota County Commission By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor

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