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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 35 — May 16, 2014 SIESTA SEEN NEWS BRIEFS STAYING UP OR COMING DOWN? 43 The Downtown Improvement District board voices concerns about the future of the historic DeMarcay Hotel property and has to do backtrack on a letter opposing parking meters — Stan Zimmerman STILL WORKING ON THE DETAILS 50 Extended warranties and storm surge protection focus of latest Lift Station 87 discussions — Stan Zimmerman ANOTHER DELAY AND POLICY QUESTIONS 55 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expects to release its Lido Renourishment Project material June 11, but a Tampa law firm wants an environmental impact statement, too — Rachel Brown Hackney $964,257 AND COUNTING 61 Tourist Development Tax revenue continues to climb at the same time other county revenue data proves strong — Rachel Brown Hackney TWO CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS 66 Sale of the former community garden site, the Lido Pool's future and capital improvements are on board agendas next week — Stan Zimmerman SIESTA SEEN 70 Snowy Plovers and Least Terns are busy nesting on the beach; nighttime work is under way on the Stickney Point Road bridge; and a swimmer is rescued at the beach — Rachel Brown Hackney NEWS BRIEFS 77 CRIME BLOTTER 89 Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article SHARE

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