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Siesta Seen SIESTA SEEN Although a county staff member has asserted that a missed deadline will mean no Siesta Village recycling initiative can begin in the 2015 fiscal year, County Commissioner Nora Patterson has offered to find out whether that is true. During the June 3 meeting of the Siesta Key Village Association (SKVA), Michael Shay, president of the Siesta Key Association (SKA), explained that he had received an email from Lisa Cece the previous day telling him, "The whole concept of [recycling in the Village] missed the boat for next year." CONCERNS AIRED ABOUT WHEN THE SIESTA VILLAGE RECYCLING PROGRAM WILL START; THE SIESTA CHAMBER IS BUSY RAISING FUNDS FOR THE JULY FOURTH FIREWORKS SHOW; AND THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE NEEDS NEW VOLUNTEERS By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor Even with season officially over, plenty of people come to Siesta Public Beach to watch the sun sink into the Gulf of Mexico each evening. Photo contributed by Peter van Roekens

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