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CONTENTS 'HUMANGELIZING' ASK OTUS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article CITY COMMISSION PREVIEW 48 ON TO MEDIATION 51 TROLLEY TIME 54 NEWS BRIEFS 58 Wife beaters, tandem parking and kayak storage on the agenda for Feb. 4 — Stan Zimmerman The Sarasota County Commission rejects a second settlement offer in a lawsuit filed in 2011 by Siesta Key business owner Chris Brown — Rachel Brown Hackney The Sarasota County Commission approves funding for new public bus system employees needed to make trolley service possible for Siesta Key — Rachel Brown Hackney OPINION EDITORIAL67 Will the real Rick Scott please stand up? COMMENTARY70 Upcoming centennial of the ratification of the 16th Amendment prompts reflections on death and taxes — David Staats SARASOTA LEISURE 'HUMANGELIZING'75 Rabbi Adam Chalom carries on the legacy of a man who had a profound influence on his own life and work — Tyler Whitson ASK OTUS 81 ARTS BRIEFS 85 RELIGION BRIEFS 93 COMMUNITY CALENDAR 95 SCHIMMEL SIGHTINGS 96 The story of Ardea and Alba reaches its final chapter — Otus Rufous

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