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- The County is providing a transit service to residents of Sarasota who use the system to travel to school, work, shop and doctor appointments. So why think about handing it off to a company who works for a profit and has no interest in the tax payers of Sarasota County or their needs. Why not pay a little more attention to the system that is in place. The SCAT system is a good service that is in need of a little TLC and some common sense from our Commissioners.
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Sound of scholars
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