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TAKING A BREATHER Boaters have continued to use the bayfront mooring field in spite of having to pay for it. Photo by Norman Schimmel CITY COMMISSION LOOKING AT 'AGENDA LITE' FOR MAY 20 By Stan Zimmerman City Editor The Sarasota City commissioners should be able to leave their NoDoz behind for the Monday, May 20, meeting. The consent agenda is sparse, there are no public hearings and only four presentations are planned. in the former city library at the western terminus of the Boulevard of the Arts. The building is an architectural marvel, but the roof has leaked from the day the building's doors opened. After the library was moved The perennial winner of the "Leakiest Roof closer to downtown, GWIZ took over the fain the City Contest" comes before the com- cility to create a children's science museum. The roof repairs require a lease amendment mission with a request to spend $150,000 to with the city — the building's eighth. fix the roof again. The Gulfcoast Wonder and Imagination Zone (GWIZ) needs city permis- The amendment would also allow the installasion to make the improvement to its leasehold tion of photovoltaic cells, paid for by Florida

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