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EMPHASIS ON 'TEMPORARY' Swimmers enjoy the water on a late June day at Warm Mineral Springs. Photo by Stan Zimmerman WARM MINERAL SPRINGS WILL CLOSE AT 5 P.M. SUNDAY, BUT THE CITY OF NORTH PORT HAS BEGUN THE PROCESS OF HIRING A SHORT-TERM MANAGER, WITH THE CITY COMMISSION HAVING APPROVED A NEW AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTY By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor Sixty days: That is the time frame within which the City of North Port hopes to have responses to an advertisement seeking a shortterm manager for Warm Mineral Springs. A special meeting of the North Port City Commission probably will be necessary in August to approve an agreement, City Manager Jonathan Lewis told his board during its regular meeting on June 24. That is because after its last regular session in July, the City Commission is not scheduled to meet again until September. According to the terms of a new interlocal agreement between the city and the county, the Sarasota County Commission will have It's too bad it boiled down to 'us 30 days to vote on the versus them.' It's bad for the citizens … North Port board's ac[but] I think it's all going to work out now. tion regarding shortterm management. Carolyn Mason Chairwoman Sarasota County Commission Lewis' comments came just before the

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