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CONTENTS DOOM FOR ST. ARMANDS? NEWS & COMMENTARY DOOM FOR ST. ARMANDS? A CONTINUING CONCERN Business owners fretting about impact of parking regulations — Stan Zimmerman A CONTINUING CONCERN Sarasota County Public Schools officials expect about 50% of the students this year will qualify for free and reduced-price meals — Scott Proffitt POSSIBLE POLICY EXPANSION Sarasota County may follow City of Sarasota's lead on domestic partner registry — Cooper Levey-Baker ILLEGAL CAMPAIGN MOVE? Anti-Fitzgerald DVDs illegally dumped in mailboxes, campaign says — Cooper Levey-Baker CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM IN THE MARKET Taylor Morrison announces plans for a 240-home development in Gulf Gate, just off the South Tamiami Trail — Rachel Brown Hackney FACING A DEADLINE County commissioners rebuke staff over delay in obtaining new road impact fee data — Rachel Brown Hackney NO MORE ASSESSMENTS NO SMOKING, PLEASE The County Commission has begun proceedings to stop taxing businesses for the expense of a public parking lot in Siesta Village — Rachel Brown Hackney The County Commission has authorized staff to draft an ordinance prohibiting smoking at all county libraries — Rachel Brown Hackney 12 12 14 17 19 22 24 27 31 COVER PHOTOS: Front - Norman Schimmel; Sarasota Leisure - Robert Hackney

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