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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 38 — June 6, 2014 SPLASH! SNIP, SNIP NEWS SPLASH! 7 Risks from climate change, sea level rise just two of the topics addressed at this year's World Environment Day — Cooper Levey-Baker SNIP, SNIP 12 Projects at New College, Bradenton charter school among those eliminated this week by Gov. Rick Scott — Cooper Levey-Baker NEW NOISE ORDINANCE COMING 17 The City Commission will hold a public hearing in the fall — Stan Zimmerman A 'HOT' REACTIVATION 21 Analysis: City Commission reversal promises thoughtfulness on homelessness and vagrancy — Stan Zimmerman NOT SO FAST 29 Critics question whether the county even needs a downtown bus transfer station and, if so, whether its relocation is necessary — Roger Drouin TAXABLE VALUES CLIMB 33 The Sarasota county commissioners will discuss potential millage rates during upcoming budget workshops as they prepare to set a tentative tax rate in July — Roger Drouin FORMAL LIST OF VIOLATIONS 39 A representative of Bob's Boathouse says it will keep people out of its pool while it works to get the water body permitted for public use — Rachel Brown Hackney ANTI-TRAFFICKING TRAINING OFFERED 45 Sarasota group wants to spare children from abuse — Stan Zimmerman TABLE OF CONTENTS Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article COVER PHOTO CREDIT Rooms With A View - Norman Schimmel

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