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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 45 — July 25, 2014 FAR FEWER CUTS A LONG DIVISIVE MEETING NEWS FAR FEWER CUTS 8 A week before the public hearing on their tentative $706 million budget for the 2015 fiscal year, School Board members reflect on more robust finances — Rachel Brown Hackney A LONG DIVISIVE MEETING 15 From crime in Newtown to resident angst over higher water rates to a call for updating its shopping districts, the City Commission considers a range of issues — Stan Zimmerman CHARLIE CRIST SUPERSTAR 25 Democratic gubernatorial candidate energizes the base in vital Sarasota — Cooper Levey- Baker FULL SPEED AHEAD 30 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presents more details of the Lido Renourishment Project during community workshops, but skepticism remains — Roger Drouin REMOVING A STIGMA 37 The School Board has to hold one more public hearing in August before it can implement a Universal Free Breakfast Program at eight schools — Rachel Brown Hackney WAITING FOR WINTER 40 Analysis: City, County commissions part ways on come-as-you-are homeless shelter proposal — Stan Zimmerman ONE MONTH TO GO 47 With Republican primary looming, Sarasota County Commission candidates square off at Tiger Bay — Cooper Levey-Baker Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article COVER PHOTO CREDIT Evenfall - Norman Schimmel

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