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Updated: 08/03/2014 08:00:01AM

Input sought on paddleboard vendors

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SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMS, photobw17@gmail.com

Mason McLaughlin, 6, paddles his board through the Cape Haze Marina where he is attending the Kids Summer Paddle Camp this week sponsored by Hooked on SUP/Stand Up Paddleboards. The SUP Camp offers one-on-one instructions on paddleboards and kayaking with some time out for fishing. The camp goes on all summer, a week at a time, providing they have a minimum of five campers signed up

By STEVE REILLY

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With all the interest in stand up paddleboarding, Sarasota County Parks and Recreation officials want to know what people think about allowing paddleboard vendors at public beaches. The proposition may be met with some local resistance.

In Englewood, the only Sarasota County public beaches are Blind Pass and Manasota Beach.

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