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No. 34 — May 10, 2013 LESS INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC CONTENTS THE HOMELESS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY LESS INPUT FROM THE PUBLIC 7 CITY ELECTION LAW VIOLATION 12 ANOTHER BUMP ON THE PATH 16 THE HOMELESS 21 THE STATUS QUO 27 TURNER'S SCARY SWAN SONG 33 MEETING MORSELS 37 A CHANCE TO WEIGH IN 42 AN EVENT REBUFFED 46 YOU'RE INVITED! 48 County fast-tracks 2050 Plan overhaul — Cooper Levey-Baker Police union gives commission candidate Richard Dorfman a campaign donation that is too high — Stan Zimmerman A North Port city commissioner's unexpected request leads to County Commission confusion over the next steps in the boards' efforts to resolve Warm Mineral Springs issues — Rachel Brown Hackney Analysis: How can so few cause so much trouble? — Stan Zimmerman The County Commission votes 4-1 to maintain its current road impact fees indefinitely and agrees to work with the City of Sarasota on a multimodality agreement for city fees — Rachel Brown Hackney Analysis: Will there still be a Sarasota in 20 years? — Stan Zimmerman City commissioners deal with pets at Payne Park, more sound enforcement issues, the Benderson property deal and some points of order — Stan Zimmerman Oversight Committee suggests upping Transfer of Development Rights prices — Cooper LeveyBaker Chalk Festival gets only half the amount of waived city fees it sought — Stan Zimmerman The Community Baby Shower offers fun and serious services to expectant families — Cooper Levey-Baker PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Whitecaps – Rachel Brown Hackney Sarasota Leisure: Soaring Over Siesta – Norman Schimmel

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