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Beaches News Journal 1965 A1A SOUTH #180 ST AUGUSTINE, FL 32080-6509 News Journal St.Au 0 Keep It Local Whats Inside The This Month Move To Last PRSRT SDT US POSTAGE PAID ST. AUGUSTINE, FL PERMIT #132 NEWS FOR AND ABOUT RESIDENTS OF THE ST. AUGUSTINE BEACHES AREA Put Your Tax Refund To Work Wild Mushroom Ragout A Lifetime of Receiving through Giving City Hall Update State Assembly for Youth in Government Students APRIL 2013 The Pope of the Street St.AugustineBeaches The Commission took the following actions at its March 4, 2013 regular meeting: 1. Witnessed the presentation of the Medal of Valor to former St. Augustine shot in the line of duty while drug and weapons sting in Putnam County. Mr. now working for another law enforcement agency in the area. 2. Accepted from the Association a donation of $2,375 for the purchase of uniforms the community as president of the St. Mr. Samuels' leadership, the Association expanded the weekly farmers' market and Awareness Month, and we need YOU to dance! (Dont worry; youll place on April 2, 2013 at House! Because of the element of surprise that are interested in participating, as a dancer or in the crowd contact Kim quickly disperse. group counseling, forensic / medical rape exams, Johns County including, Hastings, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Johns, St. Augustine and St. Augustine Flash Mob on the Quad High school students from St Johns and Clay chapters of the YMCA of Floridas First Coast Our 21 students, representing Nease, Ponte Vedra, Bartram Trail, Oakleaf, St. Joseph's "The St. Johns County Chapter as well as the First Coast delegation was represented well at to others", said Diana Oum, incoming president for the 2013-2014 year. St. Johns delegates on the capitol steps (L to R) Samantha Cosme, Adya Modi, Brooke Bland, Christian Metcalf, Alexander Gregory, Nhidi Suresh, Vineet Doshi, Diana Oum, Emma Loya, Kaitlyn Kessler, Marisa Payne, Hannah Shaffer, Peighton Jones, Ashley Taylor, Jacqueline Hoza, Sophia Chaker, Charlotte Payne Loya, vice president; Hannah Shaffer, secretary; Diana Oum, president Successful State Assembly for Youth in Government Students mark the start of the winter holiday season A Taste of St. Augustine Beach each May, Sea, which go from early May to the end of Ms. Marilyn Crotty, Director of the Florida for the committee that's to later in 2013. Ms. Crotty's plus incidental expenses. 9th and 10th Streets, and A1A Beach
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 2 St. Johns County St. Augustine Crescent Beach ATLANTIC OCEAN St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Shores 1965 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080 #180 Todd Logsdon General Manager Cliff Logsdon News Journal St.AugustineBeaches articles of general interest as space permits. News Journal, 1965 A1A South #180m, St. Augustine All submitted All ads submitted in order to appear in the following months issue. Matters concerning advertising to the General Manager or mailed to 1965 A1A South #180, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080-6509. The Beaches News Journals acceptance of ad does not constitute endorsement. Nor will the Beaches company or Homeowners Association. City of St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Beaches Mayor S. Gary Snodgrass City Manager Max Royle City of St. Augustine Beach Danny & Jeanie Carter EWELRY AND J ROLEX WATCHES & REPAIRS ATCH REPAIR W Celebrating 25 25% Excludes Rolex. repair items 904-471-1023 St. Augustine Beach Tues Fri 10-6pm Sat 10-4pm Beach Sunrise Services March 31st Easter Sunday morning, March 31st, thousands are once again expected on Crescent Crescent Beach Ramp at 7:15 a.m. March 31st and experience one of the worlds largest, Join us for our FREE travel club get together. It will be held on Wed., April 10, 2013, at 3:00p.m. The main focus of the Club is to educate, inform, and enjoy armchair travel. The Travel Club is open to all St.Augustine residents, free of charge. We also would be happy to help you plan your trips to any destination as a free service of our expertise. Group travel can be arranged if enough members are interested. Your host is Peter Dytrych. Call 904 797-3736 for additional information. BEACH FINTESS WORKSHOP conjunction with the Friends of Anastasia will offer a Beach Fitness Workshop. intended for playground restorations and upgrades. One of the continued goals for The playground that is located within the park across from the Island Grill and Sea Turtle CALLING ALL ARTISTS Endless Summer Run shirt design contest open to all ages conjunction with the Friends of Anastasia are holding an art contest. For our 10th Anastasia State Park! This contest runs now to June 30th, is open to all ages, and will to enter the contest. Ashleigh Taylor told Hannah Shaffer, "Thank you so much for letting me present, it meant so much to me. I was so happy to help from schools all around our county." Peighton Jones from Nease High School proud of the growth of our delegation, not continue to do throughout the program." Hannah Shaffer commented, "I am so Successful State Assembly for Youth in Government Students i of our delegation and am proud to call you closer through this trip and I am excited to see how this increased friendship and familiarity with each other helps us grow and learn to Again, thank you all for making this trip to the Florida's First Coast Delegation include: include: Tim Brooks, Leslie Cook, Jeani Taliaferro, Lacie Petry, Nancy Birchall, Dani Slader, and Danielle Smith. Congratulations are in order for Diana Oum who was awarded acceptance to the Conference on National Peighton Jones, chosen as alternates. meetings are 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, 4/4. Cost is April 4-7, 2013 in Haines City. To join Lacie Petry at St. Augustine YMCA, 500 Pope Road, St. Augustine, FL 32080 or call YMCA at 904-471-9622 ext. 211.
Since this is Click it or Ticket of the Florida Safety Belt Law (Florida all times, regardless of age. Currently points are taken from your license and statutes/. St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 3 City Hall Update MICHAEL A. DAGOSTINO, O.D. ELIZABETH K. MCLEOD, M.D. MEDICARE PARTICIPANTS ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS 1400 U.S. Highway 1 South 829-2286 TODD P. THOMPSON, M.D. PAUL W. HUND, III, M.D. N. PATRICK HALE, M.D. Best Vision Center 10 Years WE ACCEPT MEDICARE, BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD, UNITED, CIGNA, AND MOST MAJOR MEDICAL HEALTH PLANS. TODD HOCKETT, O.D. 319 West Town Place, World Golf Village 940-9200 RUSSELL W. NELLIGAN, M.D.* *Cornea Specialist Please forward those items of general interest to us at Phone: 904-607-1410 OCEAN FRONT LOTS Two adjacent ocean front home sites on quaint Seascape Circle. one home across two lots for a $499,000. Lot 14 $475,000. INTRACOASTAL LOT & DOCK Luxury 1-acre home site with newer dock. Premium Crescent www.7985A1A.com PALENCIA CONDO screened lanai on premium top 2BR/2BA 1550 sf. $145,900. 3175-1 A1A South 904.461.9066 Call Laura 904.669.5677 Laura Radford Novotny, PA Broker-Associate 7. Passed a resolution to adopt the position description for the police lieutenant to declare March 8, 2013 as International Women's Day; the second to declare April 17, 2013 as Military Family and Community that's adjacent to the former city hall. The work to the property. to make Chapter 3 in the city's General Code the anti-discrimination chapter. The discrimination in housing and employment 12. Postponed until the next meeting done to determine the ownership of the east For more information call Linda Flahardy at 904-940-5750. end of Pope Road. City staff will research adjacent to Pope Road. to the county administrator, requesting the help of a county employee who deals Patricia Gill, is working on creating a list of will research whether the application can The city commission's next meeting PLEASE NOTE: Under Florida law, most communications to and from the City Max Royle, City Manager City of St. Augustine Beach 2200 A1A South, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080, 904-471-2122
Bob's Corner I was caught a little off guard at the March St Augustine Beach City Commission meeting. Gary Snodgrass. I will cherish the plaque that was Notes from the President for this years Music By The Sea Concert Series. For the second year in a row TD Bank locals to our Pier Park each Wednesday throughout the summer for our free concerts. We would also like to are thankful for their support. Thanks to Jill-Atwood Hall CPA who spoke at our March meeting regarding a managing partner with Atwood & Calhoun CPAs and month we welcome a new participating merchant to our fold, Salon Balance! 20% discount. Please join today and you too can help us promote our great lifestyle and St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 4 Bill Jones, President Robert Samuels, Board Member S. Gary Snodgrass, Mayor City of St. Augustine Beach, FL email@example.com Message from the Mayor St. Augustine Beach Civic Association Isabell G. Oxford DMD General Dentist (white) Fillings & Partials Gregory E. Oxford Dental Associates 100 Whetstone Place Suite 308 St. Augustine, FL 810-2345 www.oxforddental.net Professional Packing, Shipping & Mailing Service Center (904)460-0022 With Safe ShipYou Have Options For info & directions please see www.safeshipstaug.com Augustine Beach, FL must formally this year. Proposed charter changes, if to the Commission. To ensure that the the City has engaged Ms. Marilyn Crotty, the effort. During a recent presentation to the City Commission, Ms. Crotty, good city charters: constitution in compliance with mind. Ordinances. During her remarks, Ms. Crotty spoke its need to identify potential issues for the role of the facilitator in guiding the City through the process. opportunity throughout the period for Committee should contact the City mindful, though, of the need to retain what makes this place we call home special and unique. Best regards, S. Gary Snodgrass, Mayor
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 5 By Max Royle St. Augustine Beach City Manager 5 0 A resident asked me recently whether came from, then you truly are identifying yourself as one of the ancients amongst One of these months Ill get around to consult the Encyclopedia Googletanica for an explanation as to what they were or are. Perhaps Mr. Carter (no relation to exNo, the ideas for these essays just keep human personalities, with their fascinating concerning our little corner of the Florida paradise, St. Augustine Beach, that merit sometimes its fun just to pick a topic out of the ether, mentally doodle with it, and see if something literarially coherent and Lets try doing that today. program Im using here just informed squiggly line that literarially isnt a proper the program for trying to infringe on my choose, and choose I do, let me tell you! To continue: What philosophical weight on the Gossip Channels mind-expanding than from the writings of, oh, lets pick the name of an ancient Greek philosopher or two out of the air, say Socrates and Aristotle. For when all is said and done, and the done is more than the said, and the with it, socially networked to the max and that other Greek guy is or was. sidetracked here with a rant. My apologies. Lets return to the main program, which some of us an especially anxiety fraught or in this case, an age stone: our 50th age of 80. But at age 50, we know that the longer. Come, come, youll say, where are you going, Royle, with all this patiencenot, dear reader, I can assure you that theres a destination here somewhere. Trust me. What Ill do to get you to that somewhere little corner of the Florida paradise who of this news is that this person has made well-known his disdain of the elderly. They old-fashioned, hes opined. Yet, here he is, shock of shocks! much sooner than despises. My, my, isnt that a reality slap in As my Granny Almiramay Puddin would say: time for the smelling salts and the youth. Here to stay for today, tomorrow campers life are wrinkles, an expanding the coming years as time exacts its fearsome and height, an enlarged prostate, receding gums, hairy ears, memory lapses, perhaps a knee or hip replacement, loss of smell (and seems to regard himself as an awesome gift from the gods to the female gender, that most demeaning of insults to aging, THANK YOU FOR VOTING US BEST 2012 and RUNNER-UP for in st. augustine for
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St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 7 St. Augustine Beaches Advisory Committee Ann Palmquist, Committee Member Palmquist@comcast.net Keep It Local Sandy Toes and Salty Kisses April is a great time to take a look at the ric reconsider where we are going. The City of St. Augustine Beach is 54 years young, a mere slip of a girl in historic terms when compared to our St. Augustine. What our city lacks in years is working with the St. Augustine Historical Society Dr. Gill may include her own diaries written when she grew up in St. Augustine. Knowing your our history is recorded with sandy toes and salty kisses. who is also interested in your history and wants you to show your records for the past year. This waketime: gather receipts and scraps of paper and show where you went and how you spent your time and local markets and support small, locally owned concerns. Gardening is an example of long-term planning and your St. Augustine Beach Community Garden, tennis courts and across from the dog park, offers organic gardeners can dig in the dirt and take part constitute acts of faith in the hope of fresh salads Earth Day, April 22, and there are plans to take at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. Planting, partying and growing a community gardener Jo McIntire said. Inspired from the end of found folks interested in foresting plain-meaning speak, or PMS. A PMS class will translate the and decipher it into plain English. Phases with limited meaning heard only in corporate circles of the sentence; translation is: Turn to page four of the hidden agenda, and your three minutes are additional six minutes to speak during time allotted should include the K-I-S-S method. Promoting successful, could extend to a night race. Folgers and Dunkin Donuts feels coffee and donuts go additional resources he felt he needed. He has a a priority. I, for one, feel you are up to the task; cards and sure hope you understand. Take a look at your city, her historic past, little history and share lasting memories in this 4075 A1A S. Ste 200 St. Augustine, FL 32080 Make Monday night Carrabbas night. Enjoy the best of Carrabbas with your choice of three great courses for one price. Theres never been more to love about Mondays! ST AUGUSTINE CARRABBAS.COM Fitness room Atlantic Beach & Tennis Club "Proudly Serving St. Augustine for 16 years! Tuesday Sunday 4:30 9:30
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