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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 30 — April 11, 2014 ESCALATING TENSION 'RESET' PLAN BLASTED NEWS & COMMENTARY ESCALATING TENSION 8 The promise of a third possible homeless shelter site proved to be short-lived — Roger Drouin 'RESET' PLAN BLASTED 14 The county attorney says the city does not have the authority on its own to change the base year for the Newtown Community Redevelopment Agency — Stan Zimmerman NUN STILL 'RUFFLING FEATHERS' 20 St. Armands Circle property owners decry woman's solicitations — Stan Zimmerman D.C. DECISION 23 Sarasota County picks new federal lobbying firm with ties to local state rep — Cooper Levey- Baker CALLING A BLUFF 26 The City Commission decides to create a new ordinance for an advisory panel instead of settling a lawsuit over the board — Stan Zimmerman A MATTER OF COMPROMISE 31 On a split vote, the County Commission agrees to create 16 parking spaces on North Shell Road in a plan designed to promote safety and public access to the beach — Rachel Brown Hackney THE TRAFFIC 'SUMP' 38 Lights turning green for The Vue — Stan Zimmerman SPINE ON TAP 42 Decision delayed on street near new proposed Bee Ridge commercial zone — Cooper Levey- Baker TABLE OF CONTENTS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article PHOTO CREDITS Front Cover: Breezy Bay - Robert Hackney Sarasota Leisure: Quiet Cove - Robert Hackney

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