Sarasota News Leader

11/30/2012

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CONTENTS STORMY WATERS BYE-BYE UNIFORM STANDARDS NEWS & COMMENTARY A TALE OF TIME AND EXPENSE 11 STORMY WATERS 17 DUEL OF SELF-INFLICTED WOUNDS 20 BYE-BYE UNIFORM STANDARDS 23 JUST ABOVE FAILING 26 FIGHTING FOR CHICKEN FEED 27 CITY COMMISSION PREVIEW 29 ROOM TO ROAM 31 ANOTHER GO AT IT 33 SOLID SHOW OF SUPPORT 37 NEWS BRIEFS 41 Analysis: A Siesta architect says the public beach improvements can be done for $13 million; News Leader research shows milestones set for the consultants called for the project to be ready for bids by January 2013 — Rachel Brown Hackney North Port Commission puts the brakes on Warm Mineral Springs redevelopment — Cooper Levey-Baker Analysis: City officials strike back after American Civil Liberties Union chapter reveals 'bumhunting' police emails — Stan Zimmerman Each of the City of Sarasota's parking districts soon may see its own specific regulations, following recent changes on St. Armands — Stan Zimmerman Florida earns a D for its premature birth stats — Cooper Levey-Baker Downtown Sarasota organizations squabble over use of $20,000 in marketing funds and their own existence — Stan Zimmerman Trespassing ordinance, reopening Osprey Avenue in the area of the stalled lift station work, Laurel Park overlay district and City Island leases on the agenda — Stan Zimmerman Audubon Society launches kids program to combat 'nature deficit disorder' — Cooper LeveyBaker After reaching an impasse with the original contractor, the County Commission votes to try again to restore a section of Palmer Point Park — Rachel Brown Hackney Hundreds rally for Israel in its fight against Hamas — Staff Reports COVER PHOTOS: Front - Norman Schimmel; Sarasota Leisure - Robert Hackney

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