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Siesta Seen THE SIESTA VILLAGE RECYCLING EFFORT TAKES ANOTHER STEP FORWARD; WITH THE BOLLARDS IN, THE FOCUS SWITCHES TO THE BEACH WAY AND AVENIDA DEL MARE CROSSWALK LIGHTS; SKVA TO HOST A SOCIAL; AND THE BEACH SAW A VERY BUSY LABOR DAY WEEKEND By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor The recycling initiative for Siesta Village moved ahead a bit on Sept. 3, as members of the Siesta Key Village Association (SKVA) agreed to seek informal proposals from companies that provide garbage collection and recycling services in Sarasota County. ty's manager of solid waste collections, had sent him the list of those firms. Alexander addressed SKVA members last month about recycling. "Where do we go from here?" Shay asked. Michael Shay, vice president of the Siesta Key "Dollars," replied SKVA Vice President Kay Association (SKA), reported at the outset of Kouvatsos, co-owner of Village Café. "We need the meeting that Larry Alexander, the coun- to find out how much." Some business owners on Siesta Key have suggested that recycling bins in the Village should resemble the garbage cans placed along Ocean Boulevard. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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