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CONTENTS WHAT WENT WRONG A MIXED BAG Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY WHAT WENT WRONG? 12 CONFUSION REIGNS 18 A GENUINE SURPRISE 21 INCHING FORWARD 26 AT RISK 28 TAKING THE LONG VIEW 33 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE OVERLAID 35 A MIXED BAG 39 LOSING HISTORY 42 NO BIDS FOR BOLLARDS 44 NEWS BRIEFS 47 The Sarasota Republican Club asks 'the experts' to explain the results of the 2012 national elections and talk about how to turn things around — Scott Proffitt The North Port Commission once again debates the sale of Warm Mineral Springs, and it appears its stake in the property is up for sale — Cooper Levey-Baker A county commissioner elucidates her Planning Commission vote that kept one member from being reappointed to the board — Rachel Brown Hackney A state senator once again files a state domestic partnership registry bill while Venice moves ahead on a local ordinance — Rachel Brown Hackney Because of insufficient facilities, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office's vehicle inventory, worth more than $7 million, is said to be vulnerable to natural disasters — Rachel Brown Hackney County Commission locks in reduced road impact fees for another two years — Cooper LeveyBaker The Sarasota Planning Board will discuss the proposed North Trail Overlay District at its upcoming meeting — Stan Zimmerman A Dolphin Tower update and Nik Wallenda's latest request for a high-wire walk downtown will be on the Jan. 22 City Commission agenda — Stan Zimmerman City of Sarasota staff has a lot of explaining to do about the lost commemorative wall in Fredd Atkins Park in Newtown — Stan Zimmerman Unexpected results in the county's Invitation for Quotes process to provide illumination for Siesta Village crosswalks portend yet another delay — Rachel Brown Hackney COVER PHOTOS: Front - Norman Schimmel; Sarasota Leisure - Norman Schimmel

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