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+Furst won't appeal Marina Jack decision
After Marina Jack filed a lawsuit to dispute Sarasota County Property Appraiser Bill Furst's claim the restaurant owes $1.5 million in back property taxes, Marina Jack could appeal the ruling. 

+FPL busts myths at SKA meeting
Representatives from Florida Power & Light Co. spoke at the monthly meeting of the Siesta Key Village Association to temper health and privacy concerns about the firm's smart meters.

+Public Works: Roads need work
With Sarasota County commissioners allocating the 2012 fiscal-year budget, Sarasota County Public Works presented transportation infrastructure needs.

+Lady Mustangs historic season ends in state semifinals
The Lakewood Ranch High softball team saw its historic season come to a close with a 4-0 loss to Pembroke Pines Charter in the Class 6A state semifinals May 9 in Clermont.

+Ringling Museum director sounds off on this year's RIAF
When the Ringling Museum and the Baryshnikov Arts Center joined forces in 2009 to launch the Ringling International Arts Festival (RIAF), the event was supposed to be a biannual to-do.

+Vinyasa & Vino: A Yoga and Wine Event

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