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Siesta Seen CLARIFICATION The Jan. 31 News Leader article about three transient units that will be built on the second floor of Gidget's Coastal Provisions in Siesta Village was not clear on how long each unit would be rented. Mark Smith, the architect for the project, explained that the plan is to rent the units for no more than 30 days at a time, similar to hotel and motel accommoda- tions. % The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is looking for this suspect in connection with several burglaries at condominiums on Siesta Key. Image courtesy Sheriff's Office On Feb. 4, workers were painting the Siesta Village building that will be home to Gidget's Coastal Provisions and three transient units. Gidget's co-owner Brian Wigelsworth says it may be March 1 before he and his wife, Trudy, have a certificate of occupancy to open the business. Photo by Rachel Hackney Sarasota News Leader February 7, 2014 Page 112

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