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Sarasota News Leader June 28, 2013 Page 85 Siesta Seen The writer added, "We really hope that your has now progressed to both borders of our efforts to resolve this issue are successful so property. I await your immediate response, as this situation is no longer tolerable." we can rebook asap!" Varro also included an email from a resident As a follow-up to Varro's email, Michael Shay, complaining about the dumpsters adjacent to vice president of the Siesta Key Association, investigated Varro's complaints then sent his Sunsets on the Key. own email to Sandra Jones, operational manMoreover, Varro provided photos of the situ- ager in the county's Code Enforcement Office, ation. Although she was pretty descriptive in and John Lally, the key's Code Enforcement her prose, the photos put icing on the cake, officer. so to speak. He also took photos. Finally, Varro wrote, "I encourage you to take a walk down our street if you dare, and see "I am aware that there has been a lot of atand smell this 'Jewel of Sarasota.' You'll im- tention recently to warning/citing business mediately understand my complaint since it owners for ignoring the [Siesta Key Overlay The tops of the dumpsters on the Key Corners property, near the Broken Egg, are not closed and the dumpsters themselves are in the street on June 22. Photo courtesy of Michael Shay

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