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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 36 — May 23, 2014 SIESTA SEEN NEWS BRIEFS MORE OF THE MORASS 44 A county commissioner suggests the homeless shelter effort needs a better public relations approach while debate continues over city staff parking needs relative to one proposed site — Roger Drouin ANOTHER PONZI SCHEME ALLEGED 50 The U.S. Secret Service and the SEC accuse a Siesta resident of misusing more than $3 million of investors' money — Rachel Brown Hackney POOLS, PLAYGROUNDS AND BIKES 55 The City Commission this week tackled park operating hours, the future of the Lido Pool and a new version of impact fees — Stan Zimmerman MOVING UP THAT DISCUSSION 59 The County Commission requests time be found prior to its summer break for a discussion of the Lido Beach Renourishment Project — Rachel Brown Hackney PLAN OF ATTACK 64 The county commissioner chairwoman of the Tourist Development Council spurs the advisory board members to fight her colleagues' proposed reduction in tourism promotional funds — Rachel Brown Hackney SO MANY QUESTIONS 67 Analysis: As the debate continues over a come-as-you-are shelter, community leaders dig more deeply into the pros and cons — Stan Zimmerman SIESTA SEEN 74 The proposed outdoor display ordinance has begun making its way through the county process; the Temporary Use Permit provision wins its extended sunset date; and roundabout worries linger — Rachel Brown Hackney NEWS BRIEFS 80 CRIME BLOTTER 90 Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article

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