Sarasota News Leader

12/07/2012

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CONTENTS A TORTUOUS PATH RECOVERED MILLIONS NEWS & COMMENTARY A TORTUOUS PATH 12 'DISTURBED' AND 'DISCOURAGED' 16 RECOVERED MILLIONS 19 GOOD SCHOOL TRENDS 21 REOPENING SHORTLY 25 STILL GOING STRONG 28 'A HOMELESS CAMP' 30 CONFUSION AND CONSTERNATION 32 PARKING WAR ENDED 36 WHO SHOULD PAY? 39 Analysis: Many questions left unanswered, as Walmart appeal process formally gets under way — Stan Zimmerman County Commission takes aim at North Port Commission's backtracking on Warm Mineral Springs agreement — Cooper Levey-Baker Sarasota County settles with Wells Fargo for almost $24 million — about 70 percent of the investment funds the county lost during the 'world financial crisis' — Rachel Brown Hackney Sarasota County Schools see an increase in the graduation rate and a decrease in the dropout rate — Scott Proffitt Osprey Avenue soon will see regular traffic flow, but the work on Lift Station 87 might take longer than construction of the Great Pyramid — Stan Zimmerman Atomic Holiday Bazaar marks its seventh year — Cooper Levey-Baker Residents complain about the number of homeless people — and their actions — in Sarasota's Gillespie Park — Stan Zimmerman After criticizing staff for the delay in providing new proposed road impact fees, the County Commission moves forward on advertising rates for a Jan. 16 public hearing — Rachel Brown Hackney City Commission votes to return enforcement restrictions to their previous norms all over Sarasota — Stan Zimmerman Sarasota County commissioners question whether the School Board has applied for state funds to make the rebuilt Booker High suitable as a hurricane shelter — Rachel Brown Hackney COVER PHOTOS: Front - Norman Schimmel; Sarasota Leisure - Norman Schimmel

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