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CONTENTS Vol. 2, No. 45 — July 25, 2014 SIESTA SEEN OPINION HIGHER SCHOOL SAFETY EXPENSES 51 The Sarasota School District will pay 10 percent more for its School Resource Officers in the 2014-15 school year — Rachel Brown Hackney AUDITORIUM'S FATE DISCUSSED 55 A number of ideas are proposed at a meeting on a Payne Park facility, including allowing city neighborhood associations to meet there, but the city has no budget for renovations — Stan Zimmerman ANOTHER STEP FORWARD 58 On Aug. 20, the County Commission will be prepared to discuss the sale of Warm Mineral Springs to the City of North Port — Rachel Brown Hackney THE SAFER PATH 61 Because of federal rule changes regarding certain affordable housing loans, the County Commission takes the first step toward moving funds from a down payment assistance account to one for housing rehabilitation — Rachel Brown Hackney A CHANNEL, AMBASSADORS AND CITY KEYS 65 A city resident gets another denial on a request to dig a route from his dock to the bay; new Sarasota Police ambassadors begin work; and the City Commission honors Dan Kennedy — Stan Zimmerman SIESTA SEEN 69 Only one bid comes in again for the new Siesta Village maintenance contract; and Siesta Key Association officers have a good meeting with Sheriff's Office representatives over parking and homelessness issues — Rachel Brown Hackney NEWS BRIEFS 76 CRIME BLOTTER 82 Click Any Headline To Go Directly To That Article SHARE

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