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- The building is actually safer than ever, because hundreds of "shoring posts" have been installed, and any movement in the building is monitored by sensors that are checked by 3 different engineering companies daily. If the building was in any way dangerous, why would the Palm Avenue stores be open? If a balcony was in danger of falling down, why would people eat outside at Caragiulo's. Why hasn't "First Friday on Palm" been stopped?
Even if the Dolphin Tower garage cannot be used, the new city Palm Avenue garage is close by. The reason the city has not allowed residents to return, is to try to keep up both rental and sales prices that have dropped drastically in all the Bayfront area, since so many of these buildings have owners that are very "under water".
Yes! Shame on Sarasota for artificially pushing up prices with ever crazier zoning regulations to prices that could never be sustained.
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