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No. 38 — June 7, 2013 CONTENTS SUSTAINABLE FREE PARKING? INCHING FORWARD Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY TESTING THE WATERS 7 INCHING FORWARD 11 NO DEAL 18 SUSTAINABLE FREE PARKING? 25 NEW LOOK FOR A 'SAD' CENTER 29 CRANES COMING BACK 33 ANOTHER ROWING BID CHECKMARK 35 GIVING DAUGHTERS NEW LIFE 41 BUSINESS VERSUS THE RULES 43 NEWS BRIEFS CRIME BLOTTER 49 57 County offers low 'teaser' price for first Transfer of Development Rights — Cooper Levey-Baker The County Commission has directed the County Attorney's Office to prepare drafts of a domestic partnership registry so it can narrow down the details before holding a public hearing — Rachel Brown Hackney The County Commission rejects North Port's offer to buy out its share of Warm Mineral Springs and objects to the city's unilateral move to negotiate a short-term lease for the management of the resort — Rachel Brown Hackney The City Commission wrestles with whether it can afford to keep meters out of the picture — Stan Zimmerman The County Commission gives unanimous approval to a redevelopment plan for a South Trail shopping complex — Cooper Levey-Baker One Palm development proposal for downtown Sarasota headed to the Sarasota Planning Board for discussion — Stan Zimmerman After receiving assurances that the action would not hinder sponsorship opportunities, the County Commission approves a letter guaranteeing it will help cover any World Rowing Championships cost overruns — Rachel Brown Hackney New College to offer 10 scholarships to young Middle Eastern women — Stan Zimmerman Siesta Village business owners agree to work together on modifying county regulations to allow them greater marketing options on the key — Rachel Brown Hackney PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Anatidae cygnus-golfus – Norman Schimmel Sarasota Leisure: High and Dry – Rachel Brown Hackney

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