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Vol. 2, No. 17 — January 10, 2014 CONTENTS A LAND DISAGREEMENT A SURPRISE OFFER Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article NEWS & COMMENTARY A LAND DISAGREEMENT A 2003 memorandum of understanding between the city and county has been resurrected in the form of a political dispute between the two boards — Roger Drouin and Stan Zimmerman 8 A SURPRISE OFFER 14 PREDICTIONS COME TRUE 20 MAKING OPPOSING CASES 28 NO BAN ON BEACH WEDDINGS 34 SEEKING AN EXPANSION OF POWER 39 ATWELL MALIGNED 43 The University of Miami has said it will donate Little Salt Spring to Sarasota County, but one commissioner says the offer is the first step in a longer process — Roger Drouin Close to three years after the Sheriff's Office warned what would happen if Bob's Boathouse reopened, the county commissioners are mired in complaints — Rachel Brown Hackney A Tiger Bay Club panel debates the merits of the Sarasota County School Board's latest referendum on a special 1 mill tax — Rachel Brown Hackney The general location for vows on Siesta Public Beach may be temporarily inconvenient as of January 2015, but county staff will allow ceremonies if couples desire them — Rachel Brown Hackney The Sarasota Independent Police Advisory Panel wants more say over Police Department matters — Stan Zimmerman A University of Florida journalism school publication misreports action in the latest City of Sarasota Sunshine lawsuit — Stan Zimmerman PHOTO CREDITS Front cover: Golden Promontory - Norman Schimmel Sarasota Leisure: Beauty In Bloom - Robert Hackney

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