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The St. Augustine Orchestra under the direction of conductor William McNeiland will present an encore performance of the Secret of Suzanne by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari the orchestra will feature some solo instruments that are rarely heard as soloists. Bob Moore, the orchestras composerin-residence, has written a vibraphone solo called Low Viscosity that will feature Tony Steve, soloist. Mr. Moore will conduct his own work and will also serve as guest conductor for a tuba solo; Variations on the Cobblers Bench by Arthur Frackenpohl. The youngest member of the orchestra at twelve years of age, Cameron Black, will be the soloist playing in Mozarts Violin Concerto No. 3. (see page 2) Beaches News Journal 1965 A1A SOUTH #180 ST AUGUSTINE, FL 32080-6509 News Journal St.Au City Charter When Mamas Happy, Everybodys Happy Whats Inside The This Month Manual Physical Therapy PRSRT SDT US POSTAGE PAID ST. AUGUSTINE, FL PERMIT #132 NEWS FOR AND ABOUT RESIDENTS OF THE ST. AUGUSTINE BEACHES AREA Is Your Portfo and fennel salad City Hall Update May 2013 Its All in Your Head (or is it?) St.AugustineBeaches Community Orchestra Concert May 5th At it's April 1, 2013 meeting, the city commission did the following: 1. Received an off-beach parking study which did the study on the county's behalf. 2. Heard an update report Advisory Committee's chairperson, Eric Chaconas, on the status of the City. 3. Approved the designation of a section of Pope Road and Mickler Boulevard as part of the East Coast Greenway. 4. Postponed approval of a resolution to support the Northeast Florida Regional Council's update of its strategic regional policy plan until the commission has reviewed a summary of the plan. 5. Approved the following proclamations: to declare April 9, 2013 as National Service Recognition Day; to declare April as Sexual Assault and Prevention Awareness Month; to declare April as Child Abuse Prevention Month; to declare May as Motorcycle Awareness Month; to declare Friday, May 10, 2013 as Arbor Day in the city. 6. Approved two budget appropriate a donation of $2,375 from the Civic Association to purchase police uniforms, and to appropriate $9,258 from the forfeiture and seizure account to purchase a Polaris Ranger for beach patrol; the second budget resolution appropriated $9,700 for the salary of a part-time events coordinator. to vacate an alley between 2nd Avenue and A1A Beach Boulevard in the block between 9th and 10th Streets. 8. Postponed deciding whether to require a 4/5ths vote to allow an exception to the 35-foot building height limit. The building 3) Come have a Taste of the Beach! The St. Augustine Beach Civic Association is sponsoring the 8th Annual Taste of the Beach to be held on Sunday, May 19, 2013 at the St. Augustine Pier and Pavilion from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Our local restaurants within the beach community will be featured. Fifteen island restaurants will be participating and serving in the pavilion at St. Augustine Beach. Tickets are sold for $1 and guests will use these to purchase taste size portions. Each restaurant will individually decide on pricing per taste (between $2 and $5), and there will be a wide variety of tastes on display for guests. In addition, Kenyon Dye and his online interactive Piano Bar, will entertain from 12:006:00. Sodas, water, beer and wine will also be available for sale. which restaurant has the Best Appetizer; Best Dessert and Best Entre. Of course, the women, men, their minor children. Other support services available (continued on page 2) In an ongoing effort to bring greater awareness to sexual assault and child abuse, coordinated by Linda Flahardy and her committee at the World Golf Hall of Fame on April 9th. The event was golf themed with a putting contest and simulator swing contests for Mayhem, the Pirate Magician entertained guests with magic as the Mike and Jay Duo silent auction items were sold and everything was colored in teal supporting April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. (see page 2) Masters of Hope Fundraiser May 19th Left Above: Malinda Everson, BGH Development Director; Joyce Mahr, CEO and Jennifer Blay, Board Member. Left Below: Jody the Hall of Fame; William Mayhem, Pirate Magic.
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal April 2013 2 News From Around St. Johns County St. Augustine Crescent Beach ATLANTIC OCEAN St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Shores Danny & Jeanie Carter EWELRY AND J www.cartersjewelry.net ROLEX WATCHES & REPAIRS ATCH REPAIR W Celebrating 25 years with Jewelry or Watch Repair 25% Excludes Rolex. Must present this coupon along with repair items 904-471-1023 Anastasia Publix Plaza St. Augustine Beach Tues Fri 10-6pm Sat 10-4pm Travel Club By Peter Dytrych Join us for our FREE travel club get together. It will be held on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at 3:00p.m. at the Southeast Branch Library. The feature of the afternoon will be Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 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. Habitat For Humanity has partenered with the 2013 PLAYERS Championship for its The invidual who guesses the exact number of birdies made (or closet thereto) at the 2013 PLAYERS will win $5,000. In addition, the charity that the individual supports with their entry wil receive an aditional $5,000 bonus. Deadline for entries is May 8th. The PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass will Keepers of the Coast will host the 7th Annual Sea Turtle Festival Sunday, May 19th, 2013, from Noon to 5 p.m. The event will take place in downtown St. Augustine at the City of St. Au gustine Municipal Marina, 111 Avenida Menendez. There is a suggested donation of $2.00/person, all proceeds to fund annual local beach cleanup efforts and summer education activities in St. Johns County. The family-oriented festival will feature live music, conservation and wildlife education tables, arts and crafts vendors, a silent auction, food and beverages, and Keepers Cove, an interactive childrens pro gram. Last year, over 1,000 people attended the afternoon event. Jack sonville area trio, Grandpas Cough Medicine will headline the musical performances and other featured artists include Chelsea Saddler and Aslyn and the Naysayers. Food 7th Annual Sea Turtle Festival vending and Sweetwater beer will be available for purchase. The Annual Sea Turtle Festival is the best way to experience every aspect of Keepers mis day. Join the organization and other local busi nesses as they work to preserve area beaches and endangered wildlife. One of the primary goals of the event is to educate youth on protecting their coastal environment, which is vital for the future health of all species. There are Festival sponsorships available, ranging from $100.00 $2,500.00 for those businesses that are interested in partnering with Keepers of the Coast. ATTENTION MARINES! The Oldest City Detachement 383 of the Marine Corps League will be meeting on May 7, 2013 at 1900 (7:00 pm) at the Elks Lodge. If your are interested in attending please contact me at 904-315-0392. Marine Corps League Meeting On Saturday May 11 th 2013, letter carriers in 10,000 cities and towns across America will deliver much more than mail when they walk and drive their postal routes. They also will collect the goodness and compassion of their postal customers participating in the 21st annual Letter Carrier Food Drivethe largest one day food drive in the nation. The effort of letter carriers, with the help of rural carriers, other postal employees and numerous other volunteers has resulted in the delivery of well over 1 billion pounds of donations to community food banks and pantries over the past 20 years. In St. Johns County 57,485 pounds of food were collected and delivered to local food banks in 2012. More and more families all across the nation are turning to food banks for assistance. Our neighbors need our help now more than ever before. We would appreciate your assistance in promoting our annual food drive to help Stamp out Hunger here in St. Johns County, and across the nation. All residents need to do is place a box or can of non perishable food next to their mailbox before their letter carrier delivers the mail on Saturday, May 11,th. The carrier will do the rest. Annual Letter Carriers Food Drive The orchestra will salute our heroes serving in the military musically and will close the As a part of the orchestras tribute any active military will be admitted free to either concert. The St Augustine Orchestras concerts are held in the Lightner Museum, 25 King Street Sunday afternoon, May 5th at 3:00 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church, 400 San Juan Avenue, Ponte Vedra Beach. Tickets for this performance are $10.00 at the door. For additional information, go to www.staugustineorchestra.org. Orchestra (from page 1) throughout St. Johns County. Sexual assault is any unwanted sexual contact from another individual, including rape, fondling, sexual harassment and stalking. and court appearances; provided individual and group therapy to 110 clients; gave presentations to more than 5,524 students and county residents. and sexual abuse in St. Johns County, 24-hours a day, seven days a week at 904-824-1555. us on Twitter @BGHStAug. Master of Hope (from page 1) to shelter residents and non residents include a 24-hour crisis hotline, individual and group group counseling are available in all parts of St. Johns County including, Hastings, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Johns, St. Augustine and St. Augustine Beach. For more information or to Participating Restaurants include: Amicis Italian Restaurant, Beach Garden Restaurant, Caf Eleven, Coquina Beach Surf Club, Gas Full Service, Mango Mango's, Napolis Italian Restaurant, Panama Hatties, Paulas Beachside Grill, Purple Olive, Red Frog & McToads, Ripe Bistro, Sea Oats Caf, South Beach Grill, and Sunset Grille. If you or someone you know is being abused, please call our hotline at (904) 824-1555. Please be advised there will be a shuttle bus running from Anastasia Square Plaza, at 1961 A1A South, to the Pier Pavilion from 12:30 pm 6:00 pm. For further information, please contact St. Augustine Beach Civic Association at 904347-8007, 904-471-1686 or www.TheCivicAssociation.org. Taste of the Beach (continued from page 1) Free Concert Series Location: St. Johns County Pier Park St. Augustine Beach 350 A1A Beach Boulevard (904) 347-8007 Visit our website at www.thecivicassociation.org Dinner At 6 p.m. Concert At 7 p.m. Bring A Beach Chair Every Wednesday Thru September May 8th Outta Sight Jazz R/R Wildflower Cafe May 15th Leisure Man Classic R/R LaStrada Italian Restaurant May 22nd Navy Pride R/R Coquina Beach Surf Club May 29th Those Guys Classic R/R South Beach Grill June 5th Amy Alyssia & the Soul Operation Motown R & B June 12th Funk Shui R/R Mango Mangos June 19th Rob Peck & Friends Classic Southern Blues June 26th Steam the Band Motown Review Napoli Italian Restaurant July 3rd The Falling Bones Classic R/R Purple Olive
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 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 INTRACOASTAL LOT & DOCK Luxury 1-acre home site with newer dock. Premium Crescent Beach location. Gate and bulkhead. Approx.100 x 584. Public beach access nearby. $725,000 www.7985A1A.com PALENCIA CONDO Elegant single-level condo with screened lanai on premium top service to ground level 2-car garage. 2BR/2BA 1550 sf. $145,900. Move-in Ready. MLS141304 3175-1 A1A South 904.461.9066 Call Laura 904.669.5677 Laura Radford Novotny, PA suggestions concerning the building height limit from local architects. 9. Postponed to the May 6th meeting awarding the bid for the 2nd Avenue drainage 10. Postponed changes to proposed changes to the overlay district regulations until local architects have had an opportunity to comment on them. 11, Discussed a citizen's request concerning a citizen being allowed to raise a point of order under Robert's Rules of Order. prohibit communication towers over 40 feet east of A1A Beach Boulevard. The Building developer may be interested in putting a 150 foot tall tower somewhere in the city. A possible site is the city hall property. 13. Discussed matters related to establishing a committee to review the city charter and propose changes to it and how citizens may be appointed to the committee. The commission asked the city manager to send four directives concerning the charter view process to the facilitator the commission has hired, Ms. Marilyn Crotty, director of the Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida. Ms. Crotty will help the committee when it begins its work later in 2013. 14. Heard county commissioner Rachel Bennett's request for better coordination between the city and the county concerning the issuance of permits for weddings and special events on the beach. The city commission's next meeting is Monday, May 6, 2013 at the city hall, 2200 A1A South. The public is invited to attend. Max Royle, City Manager City of St. Augustine Beach 2200 A1A South, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080 (904) 471-2122 PLEASE NOTE: Under Florida law, most communications to and from the City are public records. Your e-mails, including your e-mail OCEAN FRONT LOT Rarely available ocean front lot tucked into a high dune in the quaint seaside community of Seascape in north Crescent Beach. 52 ft frontage Lot 14 $475,000. The South Beaches Business Council (SBBC) is supported by over 200 St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce members who are interested in what happens at the Beach and on Anastasia Island. Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Elks Lodge #829 from 8:30am 9:30 am. Those wanting to attend There is no cost to attend. At each meeting, hot coffee is served and guests speakers present to attend as a guest may contact President Verna At a recent Evening Mixer held at Allegro, a senior retirement community, members Alan Sayles and beer and wine provided by Florida Capital Bank. Guests networked and had the opportunity to met St. Augustine Beachs new Chief of Police Robert Hardwick who had a great time interacting with the residents of Allegro. the past 7 years have included Splash Park at the St Johns County Pier, Beach Blast Off the New Year's Eve event at the SJC Pier and the Veteran's Memorial at Lakeside Park. South Beaches Business Council Members Enjoy a Quarterly Mixer St. Augustine Beach's Tree Board will present the City's annual Arbor Day celebration on Friday, May 10, 2013 at city hall, 2200 A1A South, from 5:30 p.m.to 7:00 p.m. There'll be presentations related to Arbor Day, a tree giveaway and light refreshments. For further information call Bonnie Miller at 471-8758, or e-mail her at email@example.com. Arbor Day
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 4 Bill Jones, President Robert Samuels, Board Member www.thecivicassociation.com S. Gary Snodgrass, Mayor City of St. Augustine Beach, FL firstname.lastname@example.org 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 The excitement is building as we get ready for the start of summer fun here in St Augustine Beach! The Civic Association is proud to again be partnered with the St Johns Business Network for the Taste of the Beach. The Taste is in it's 8th year and proceeds of to assist victims of domestic violence here is St Johns County. We have saved the date Sunday May 19th at the Pier Park & Pavilion. The fun starts at 12 noon. Come out and taste samples from our 15 participating restaurants: Two Big Events This Month The Music by the Sea Concert Series is set to kick off on Wednesday May 8th. talented and give a truly inspiring performance each year. The meal will be provided are again so grateful for the support of TD Bank, Petros Financial Services and Longstreet Automotive for their generous support. We are also pleased to have three of our local radio stations as marketing partners in this years series. WFOY, WSOS and WYRE will be taking turns each week. The stations will have giveaways for listeners and will be broadcasting live from the Pier Park before each show. Finally we are still looking for a few volunteers for both the concert series Romanza Festivale. We anticipate great crowds and we can use a few extra helpers to assist with ticket sales, parking and clean up. Please send an email to sabcivic@ yahoo.com or call 904-347-8007 to volunteer. Residential/Commercial Prompt, Reliable Service Licensed & Insured Call Us At 794-7001 City Charter Review As outlined in last months message, the City of St. Augustine Beach, FL must formally review ten years. We will embark upon this process later this year. Proposed charter changes, if any, approved by the City Commission will be presented for a general vote of the citys registered voters in the fall of 2014. During the interim, a Charter Advisory Committee composed of citizens (to be selected by the City Commission) will be established to review the Citys Charter and submit any recommended changes to the Commission. To ensure that the charter review manner, the City has engaged Ms. Marilyn Crotty, Director, Florida Institute of Government, University of Central Florida to facilitate the effort. During a recent presentation to the City Commission, Ms. Crotty made these observations about characteristics of good city charters: compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The charter should not be based on individuals or terms with a longer view in mind. They should be readable and understandable. uniform and unambiguous. of details offering basic structure of local government. Commission to address evolving circumstances through establishment of Ordinances. As this initiative evolves, we encourage citizen involvement. All Charter Advisory Committee meetings will be open to the public with ample opportunity throughout the period for citizen input. Citizens interested in participating on the Charter Advisory Committee should contact the The County with the support of the City recently engaged a leading civil engineering parking conditions throughout St. Johns County including St. Augustine Beach. The analysis was performed to evaluate the general conditions and feasibility to develop various parcels to provide off beach parking combined with increase bicycle and pedestrian access to St. Augustine Beach. The need for off beach parking is important to the future of beach tourism. It becomes a pressing issue with the pending 450th Anniversary of St. Augustine in 2015 which is destined to bring additional visitors to the local beaches. The City of St. Augustine Beach is the focal point in the County for beach visitors with heavy use of existing parking areas. It is not uncommon for our area to be at or close to 100% capacity for both off beach and on beach parking. Fortunately, a key conclusion from the study is that our City provides several potential opportunities to increase parking and access to the City of St. Augustine Beachs beautiful coastline. covering the recent Off Beach Parking Study will be discussed at the May City Commission Meeting. We are excited about the opportunities to move our City forward being ever 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 May 2013 5 By Max Royle St. Augustine Beach City Manager CITY CHARTER THANK YOU FOR VOTING US BEST 2012 and RUNNER-UP for in st. augustine for Its by far not the most exciting read in the nor edge-of-the-seat descriptions of heroic adventures and conquests of diverse and sundry adversities. No, not at all, for the document were about to focus our cutting edge (?) intellect on is none other than the St. Augustine Beach city charter. local governmental machinery, or something to that effect. I doubt that few citizens have read it. Nonetheless, despite this benign neglect (which may be a city charters fate most of the time), its an important document for the health, safety, welfare and effective governing of and by the people who live within the citys boundaries. A charter is a citys constitution, but without the Bill of Rights. In sections labeled articles, a charter prescribes a citys form of government (whether executive mayor or commission/ commissioners and four year terms in the case duties and whether theyre elected by districts or at large; the duties and powers of the mayor and whether he or she is elected by the people or by the commission (the latter is what happens in our city); the duties and powers of certain (e.g., the police chief and the city manager); and city is to have. Theres even more thrilling and suspenseful language about election procedures, the counting of absentee ballots, and regulations concerning run-off elections, the determination of winners in the general election and in the event of tie votes. Oh, please, spare me all this excitement! youll exclaim. Sorry about that. When the Town of St. Augustine Beach was incorporated in 1959, its charter most likely was based on a generic or model charter that had been developed by a local government institute or league of cities. Though the exact basis of the towns charter is lost in the fog of time, I sense from reading newspaper articles about the towns formation and the minutes of the commission meetings during the early years that the towns founders were a practical, low-budget group of folks who favored cheap over expensive concerning matters about how to create a town and how it was to be governed. Back in 1959, a dollar was really worth a dollar, and there werent many of them available in a tiny coastal enclave of less than 400 residents. So the town founders located a model charter somewhere, likely tinkered with it here and there charter was created and used with few changes from 1959 to 2004, a long span that indicates the model charter worked well for the city. In fact, a check of the charters footnotes reveals that other than amendments to show changes to the Citys boundaries as property was annexed, the charters main articles have been amended only four times during those 45 years. The changes instead of marshal as the title for the head of the citys police department. Yes, at one time, our little corner of the Florida paradise had a real, live marshal to keep the citizenry safe from outlaws, desperados and miscreants. The slow pace of charter changes ended in 2003, when, after the 2002 election, four new charter. In June 2003, the commission appointed a charter review committee composed of seven city residents: Bobby Crum, Vickie Hall, Rick Mauldin, Jennifer Orlando, Edward Porter, Don Terrill and Dan Weimer. During the following seven months, the committee met regularly and reviewed the charter, article by article. The result was a list of recommended changes that the city commission then adopted by ordinance. On the ballot for the August 31, 2004 election, there were twelve charter propositions for the voters to accept or An explanation is needed here. Citizens have as changes to the citys charter should have been put on the ballot for the November 2nd general election, which had a larger voter turnout as 2004 was a presidential election year. The simple response: The countys Supervisor of Elections told the city in the spring of 2004 that there might not be enough room on the November ballot for the citys charter changes, especially if space were needed for amendments to the Florida constitution. As it turned out, ballot space for the general election was limited because of six Florida constitutional amendments and two sales tax for transportation improvements, and for the purchase of land for conservation and protection of natural and water resources; and second, a proposed charter for the county. The voters said no to both. Of the citys twelve charter changes, the voters approved ten, a ratio for the positive that does credit to voters discerning powers. One of the two changes voted down was to authorize the city commission to pay itself. Commissioners since the citys inception had been unpaid. The other change denied was to allow the commission chief without cause. Apparently the voters were another charter change that required a 4/5ths vote pay issue was on the 2006 primary election ballot. This time, the change was approved by a vote of 749 yes, 523 no. Perhaps the favorable vote was because the propositions wording was other Florida cities of similar population, size and budget are paid? The proposition presented to the voters in 2004 was more open ended: Shall the charter be amended to authorize the commission to set its compensation by ordinance? Another charter change approved in 2004 was the requirement that the charter be reviewed every 10 years, starting in September 2013. Well in advance of that month, the city commission has started the process for the next review. Again, therell be a committee composed of seven residents. However, this time the commission has hired a facilitator to help the committee. She is Ms. Marilyn Crotty, whos the director of the Florida Institute of Government at the University of Central Florida. Ms. Crotty is well-experienced with helping Florida cities review their charters. Also, the city commission is familiar with her work because in 2012 she helped it develop the citys strategic plan. Ms. Crotty will charge the city $4,000 plus travel (continued page 9)
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 6 Financial Focus Information Provided By Edward Jones 4108 A1A South St. Augustine, FL 32080 904 460 1200 www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING For more information or to review, call or stop by today. Why Go Anywhere Else? JOHN G. STINSON, ESQUIRE St. Augustine Consultations Available LANDLORD TENANT LAW 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE (RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL) SCRUGGS & CARMICHAEL, P.A. Gainesville, FL Website: scruggs-carmichael.com Toll Free: 866-896-9424 Facsimile: 352-375-0690 E-Mail: email@example.com exceptional personalized services. Because we serve individual investors and business owners, all of our energy and we live and work in your community. We meet with you face to face to discuss the key Is Your Portfolio By Fr. Nicholas A. Marziani, D. Min. St. James Church Services of Holy Eucharist St. Augustine House of Prayer 34 Ocean Avenue St. Augustine, FL 32084 Its All in Your Head (or is it?) Pastor, St. James Church, a Catholic Community of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter Life is full of ups and downs and investor, youre no doubt happy to see the ups but the downs can seem like a real downer. Isnt there any way to help smooth out the volatility in your investment portfolio? First of all, to cope with volatility, its helpful to know what causes it and there can be many causes. Computers that make trades in milliseconds, based on mathematical models, are sometimes blamed for intraday volatility, but large price swings can also occur following the release of government economic reports, such as those dealing with unemployment and housing starts. Global events, such as the European markets into a tizzy. By being aware of the impact of these events, you can see that the workings of the markets especially their volatility may not be as mysterious as you thought. Still, while knowing the causes of volatility can help you prepare for market swings, it wont blunt their impact on your portfolio. mix of investments because your portfolio can be more susceptible to negative price movements if you only own one type of asset. To illustrate: If you owned mostly bonds, and interest rates rose sharply, the value of your bonds would likely drop, and your portfolio could take a big hit. But if you owned stocks, bonds, government other investment vehicles, the rise in interest rates would probably affect your portfolio Unfortunately, many investors think that if they own a few stocks and a bond, theyre you should. For the equity portion of your portfolio, try to own stocks representing many market sectors and industries. Also, consider international stocks. And rather than corporate bonds and municipal bonds, and by purchasing short-term, intermediateterm and long-term bonds. Work with your classes and investments that are appropriate How you ultimately diversify your portfolio depends on your risk tolerance, time horizon and long-term goals theres no one correct asset mix for everyone. And over To cite one example, as you enter your retirement years, you may need to increase your percentage of income-producing investments while possibly reducing the amount of growth investments you own. These growth-oriented investments tend to be more volatile, and you may want less volatility during your retirement. However, even during retirement, you will need to own a certain percentage of growth investments to provide you with the growth potential may help take some of the volatility out opportunities whenever possible. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. Connie Reep Financial Advisor Ben Reep Financial Advisor We talk, we listen, and get to know you. While growing up in suburban Philadelphia many decades ago, I used to watch and be amused by the famous originally Detroit, then LA-based, syndicated TV comic talent Soupy Sales (real name Milton Supman). His antics were brilliant, and one of those classic mini-routines he used to go through involved throwing a plastic model of the human brain around the studio while exclaiming, your brains are falling out, your brains are falling out! Well, Soupy now have a serious proposal by President Obama before us to engage in a ten year to map neural activity in the human brain to a resolution never seen before, down to the level of individual cells and synapses. The Brain (for Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative is an attempt to, in the presidents words, unlock the mystery of the three pounds of matter that sits between our ears. Lots of scientists are piling on maybe pie praising the initiative, and speculating that we could hopefully soon have in hand cures for such diseases and disorders as Alzheimers, autism, and even PTSD, a Iraq and Afghanistan. Still for all that, the policy community are concerned about unintended consequences of this line of investigation. Besides the obvious concerns over eventual mind-control and such, there are many other more immediate issues associated fundamental, and strikes to the core of what it means to be a human person in the Image of God, a deeply foundational notion to all Abrahamic religions, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. When all is said machine? Or maybe the machine ITSELF IS the ghost, or spirit, or soul. Maybe instead of saying I love you to my beloved, I might more accurately say My dear, dopamine look at you (from Leil Lowndes, author of How to Create Chemistry with Anyone, as quoted in the Wall Street Journal). Others cite the plasticity and changing nature of the brain, and voice concern over whether the approach the president is calling for is truly And where will it all lead? Well, how about a new book from a neuroscientist and philosopher from the university of Hawaii, Bruce E. Morton Psychedelic Visions from the Teacher: A Neuroscientists Initiation to Reality and Spirituality. Dr. Morton is an avowed atheist, and believes, like Timothy Leary of another generation, that psychotropic drugs can reveal to us our true selves in relation to the cosmos, all without any necessary reference to the Deity. OK, we knew it would probably come to this. Bottom line for me: the Judeo-Christian revelation convinces me that, as David the psalmist and Sweet Singer of Israel put it, I am fearfully and wonderfully made. People of faith have always known that our bodies, including our brains, are part of the PLAN by which the Lord brings into being creatures aware of themselves, of each other, and of Himself. It is a case where of the perceivable parts. Goodness, we even invoke in physics concepts like dark matter and dark energy to account for the vast amount of the universe (96%) we cannot detect with any of our instruments. I wish President Obama the best in this equal enthusiasm for the MIND beyond all minds that made us who and what we are. Blessings to you all, Fr. Nick.
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 7 St. Augustine Beaches Advisory Committee Ann Palmquist, Committee Member Palmquist@comcast.net When Mamas Happy, Everybodys Happy. 107 A 11th Street St. Augustine, FL 32080 www.anastasialaw.net ST AUGUSTINE 155 SR312 West (904) 819-9093 CARRABBAS.COMCome to Carrabbas tonight for one of our signature dishes, Chicken Bryan. Enjoy delicious wood-grilled chicken with caprino cheese and sun-dried tomatoes, topped with our basil lemon butter sauce. ENJOY A TASTE OF TONIGHT Fitness room Atlantic Beach & Tennis Club "Proudly Serving St. Augustine for 16 years! Tuesday Sunday 4:30 9:30 415 Anastasia Blvd. (904) 819-1760 May is a month to celebrate, Mothers Day on the 12th and on the 27th we remember Memorial Day. We could plant a tree and honor both. Trees hold fond memories like the tree house my daughters and her friends built, Dad was a roofer. What the short stubby nails lacked in length was made up for with a large house construction trade. Construction was conducted in the cool shade and a spontaneous picnic was held upon completion. Memories and secrets are safe with trees. Arbor Day was born in 1872, when Julius Sterling Morton proposed a visionary plan, plant a tree and about one million trees were planted in Nebraska. For the past 141 years the numbers have grown with the help of the Arbor Day Foundation (ADF). Our City has earned the honor of being named Tree City USA and met the four standards established by The ADF and the National Association of State Foresters: Establish A Tree Board or Department; A Tree Care Ordinance; A Community Forestry Program With an Annual Budget of at Least $2 Per Capita; An Arbor Day Observance and Proclamation. Thanks to tree huggers we can take a deep breath and congratulate our fair City. Arbor Day will be celebrated on May 10th at 5:30 P.M. at City Hall. Its time to celebrate Mother Natures gift, her trees with poetry, posters, and winners of the Florida Friendly Yards awards. Building on last years success, Learning Stations, will again share fun facts about trees, Florida Friendly Yards, native plants, water conservation, recycling, Master Gardener programs, and whats growing in the St. Augustine Beach Community Garden. At each Station you will have your passport validated and stamped. Smokey The Bear and refreshments and receive a free tree and help Mother Nature celebrate her beautiful trees. buzz word because there are so many shades of green and many dynamics are involved: the air you breath; the water you drink; the very food you eat; and the peace of mind you seek when you go for a walk in the woods. This peace of mind is being disturbed by invasive invasive species congers up visions the Men in Black, 1997 movie about alien life forms, about a plant with a various appetite. While there is concern about the long term effects by putting the right plant, in the right place, when this formula is challenged by invasive plants, the impact is felt on native Trees and landscape in Florida. Melaleuca trees (Melaleuca quinquenervia), also known as punk trees, native to Australia, are pests in plants are being eliminated and the Everglades, the plants and animals that have evolved to live in the glades. During the 50 years since its introduction, melaleuca is threatening the very existence of this internationally known between the devastation caused by Melaleuca trees and the Burmese python. Both are invasive species and both are threatening the very existence of native wild life of both plant and animal. However there is good news because there is a market for melaleuca mulch. University of Florida research indicates it is one of the most termite-resistant mulches commonly available on this mulch from local retailers, ask the management to carry it (http://tame.ifas.ufl.edu/index. shtml). Sadly there is no a good solution for python but perhaps there is a good recipe call you in to dinner. Invasives a little closer to home include the Brazilian Pepper tree and the Pueraria lobata, commonly known as Kudzu, which was introduced at the Japanese pavilion in the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The speed, spread, and reach of Kudzu does not make Mother happy. The Florida Exotic Pest include : Exotic, Native, Naturalized Exotic, and Invasive Exotic. Invasive exotics are altering native plant communities by displacing native species, changing community structures or ecological functions, or hybridizing with natives and adversely effecting Floridas biodiversity and plant communities. The web Just remember when When Mama Aint Happy, Nobodys Happy. The photo in the column is not an invasive only a piece of art, residing in my front yard, (see page 10)
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 8 Fresh, Local Seafood Prepared the Way You Like it! Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday 7:30am-10:30am Lunch & Dinner: 7 Days 11am-9:00pm Early Bird Specials: M-F 3:30pm-5:30pm St. Augustines Best Casual Oceanfront Restaurant GRILLED, FRIED, STEAMED, BROILED, SAUTEED or BLACKENED (904) 471-8700 45 Cubbedge Rd. Crescent Beach www.southbeachgrill.net Open For BREAKFAST Saturday & Sunday 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Join Us For and more! Paradise is here... Paradise is here... Paradise is here... Paradise is here... Paradise is here...1 F Street 1 F Street 1 F Street 1 F Street 1 F Street St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Beach St. Augustine Beach 904-461-8727 904-461-8727 904-461-8727 904-461-8727 904-461-8727 www.beachfrontbandb.com www.beachfrontbandb.com www.beachfrontbandb.com www.beachfrontbandb.com www.beachfrontbandb.comYour Hosts Your Hosts Your Hosts Your Hosts Your Hosts OULTRIE CREEK M NURSING & REHAB CENTER OPEN HOUSE Saturday May 4th 11 A.M. 2 P.M. Antique Car Show 200 Mariner Health Way, St. Augustine, FL (Across from the Shores)
St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 9 Beaches Bistro By Paolo Pece, Cafe Atlantico firstname.lastname@example.org Contemporary Italian Grill 904-471-7332 647 A1A BEACH BLVD. ST. AUG. BEACH www.cafeatlantico.net Dinner Mon.-Sat. 5-Closing All of the ingredients in this main course salad are slightly sweet, so it goes really well with blush wines, which tend to the slightly sweeter side. The acidity of the wine is high enough to easily handle the mustard vinaigrette. to taste 1. For the vinaigrette, drain the sundried tomatoes, reserving 1/4 cup olive oil. Combine the reserved olive oil with pepper in a bowl and mix well. 2. Cut the chicken into slivers. Cut the tomatoes and bell pepper into thin strips. Remove the tough core of the fennel bulbs, reserving a few sprigs of the fronds for garnish; cut the bulbs into thin slices. 3. Combine the chicken, tomatoes, bell pepper, fennel and cabbage in a bowl. Add mustard vinaigrette to taste and toss to coat well. Divide among 4 plates and garnish with the reserved fennel sprigs. expenses to assist the charter review committee. The city commission has two requests: for citizens to apply to serve on the charter review committee, and for suggestions from citizens for changes to the charter. For persons who may want to be committee members, there are two requirements: They must be city residents, and they currently cannot be a member of another city board or committee. Theres an application form which you can 472-2122, or by email at email@example.com. between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Citizens can send suggestions for charter changes to Cathy at the email address above, by regular mail (2200 A1A South, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080), or even provide them by telephone: 4712122. Four suggestions for changes have been received thus far: to put the 35 foot building height limit in the charter; to create the position of city clerk; to have the mayor elected by the citizens; and to have the police chief be appointed by and report to the city manager. Each year since the citys inception, the commission has elected one of its members to be mayor, and the commission has appointed the police chief, who has reported to them, not the manager. Now that Ive exhausted you with all these exciting details about the charter and the process to for the next Jason Bourne movie thriller. Or perhaps youre yawning for another reason, though I cant imagine why. Maybe its time you took a nap. CITY CHARTER (continued from page5) TEMPLE BY THE SEA 2055 Wildwood Drive, St. AugustineServices: First & Third Friday Evenings of the Month at 7:30 p.m.Rabbi Mark N. Goldman A Reform Congregation904-819-1875www.templebetyam.org T emple Bet YamReach The Beach By U.S. MAIL! 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St. Augustine Beaches News Journal May 2013 10 No one Your Mothers Shoes. Celebrate Mom with a delicious gift! email@example.com The Publix Shopping Center 471-2830 At First Coast Rehabilitation we provide physical and occupational therapy using a manual approach. Patients often ask me to explain what it is, why we practice this way and what the advantages are. Physical and Occupational therapists are trained and therefore use a variety of skills to examine and treat problems of dysfunction and pain. Manual the cause of the dysfunction as well as addressing the symptoms. When using a manual therapy approach, our goal is to permanently solve the core issue causing the dysfunction and/or pain. Even chronic conditions can be greatly alleviated with this solution-oriented approach. Its like continually putting air in a leaky tire (the symptoms) versus is to identify the cause of the dysfunction. This is done by performing a thorough, dynamic structural examination, which provides information not always evident on a static radiograph/x-ray, MRI or stationary test. A dynamic exam is a biomechanical or non-working relationships between the bodys nervous system. Some physical/occupational therapists prefer to immediately prescribing exercises for a given problem. Manual physical and occupational therapist use their hands (and some equipment) to correct the soften tight/painful muscles using myofascial manipulation and restoring function by facilitating correct movement patterns. Tactile cues can help patients learn how to move properly again. Manual therapy is effective when treating patients with a multitude of either orthopaedic or neurological problems general aches and pain to post surgical recovery any age and any part of the body. Application decisions are made based on stage of condition, the type of tissue involved, the reactivity of the patient and the tissues involved. It movement resulting in decreased function. To achieve optimal results, manual therapists combine the hands-on treatment with strengthening is above and beyond entry level training. If you would like to see if your therapist is a manual therapist go to: APTA.org. Many of the therapists from First Coast Rehabilitation are listed there. For more information regarding physical therapy, occupational therapy and the manual approach call First Coast Rehabilitation. Rob Stanborough is a physical therapist serving St. Augustine for over 10 years. He is president and co-owner of First Coast Rehabilitation, as well as co-author of Myofascial Manipulation:Theory & Application, 3 rd manual therapy, a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists and has presented on the topic of soft tissue dysfunction in a variety of venues. Read previous columns posted on www. Manual Physical Therapy By Rob Stanborough PT, DPT, MHSc, MTC, CMTPT, FAAOMPT First Coast Rehabilitation (904) 829-3411 Hello readers and welcome to another edition of Ask Mow. During the past few make us sick. At the Power House we are all about safety. Isnt that right Mow? Yes absolutely. Remember the incident last year at Power House? We had while loading it on a trailer. Still gives me the chills when I think of what could have happened, that mower weighed over 1000 lbs. The man was watching over us that day. Whats the best safety tip we could discuss this month Mow? The most important factor for safety is really simple. Two words. Com mon Sense. Granted thats asking a lot from some, but those simple words are long forgotten for most accidents that happen. People being stupid are generally the case. Here are a couple of things to consider. Never mow your factory installed on a mower. Not only is that wrong but imagine the trouble Why would someone disconnect a safety switch Mow? Generally what we see at the Power House are units that have been altered because the customer is annoyed that the mower shuts off when they dont want it to. Like if there is an obstacle in the way of mowing and it needs safety system was put on there for your protection. Granted some people why the manufactures have safety systems in place. How does the Power House handle these situations of disconnected safety sys tems? Good question. First of all if a unit is brought in for repair and the safety system has been altered, we give the customer two choices, one we repair the mower and attach the safety system back to factory settings, or two they can take the mower back home. We will not release a unit back to a cus tomer if the safety system is not functioning to factory settings. Thats all the time we have this month, so until next month, remember St Augustine Power House is located at 125 Pope Road. Visit us at www.staugpowerhouse.com and if you have any questions for Mow email him firstname.lastname@example.org. In clos Ask Mow? Answering Questions About Homeowner Lawn Equipment. Featuring Mow St. Augustine Power House Spokesperson. 125 Pope Road St. Augustine, FL 32080 www.staugpowerhouse.com email@example.com Sales & Service For All Lawn and Garden Equipment St. Augustine Power House (904) 461-0310 May Special Free Lawn Mower Blade Sharpening. Bring Us The Blade We Will Sharpen it While You Wait! There is a charge to remove the blade from the mower. Limited to consumer mowers only, one mower per household. Offer not available for commercial cutters. When Mamas Happy (continued from page7) The Whimsical Dragon Fly. Queen Guenevere sang a catchy little ode to Spring, in the 1967 classic movie, Camelot, It's May! The lusty month of May! That lovely month when everyone goes Blissfully astray. She summed it up quite nicely however several of the City more visionary leaders suggested a last line should be added: When Mamas Happy, Everybodys Happy. Its May, so take a stroll through our magical Kingdom and see yards awash in blooms, going blissfully astray, vacillating from of Claude Monets peaceful pastels seem in the gardens in Giverny, France, to riotous hues of Paul Gauguins exotic Tahiti. Amarylliss red trumpets herald Springs soliciting stares, and share the latest gossip with the trees now clad in their own Spring Haute Couture of chartreuse petticoats. Pure eye candy! Spring has sprung and Mother Nature is very happy. The Queens words still ring true theres simply not a more congenial spot for happily ever aftering than here in our very own Camelot by the sea. 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Paved road, city water/sewer/ cable and cmty dock. $169,000 FLEMING ISLAND-AMAZING BRICK ON WATERFRONT! 140 3BR/2.5BA home displays character exemplary moulding. Remodeled kitchen with upscale appliances and beautiful cabinetry. Views of Peters Creek and the St. Johns River from almost any room. New TREX deck with LED lighting. $529,000 DISCOVER MAGNIFICANT! 117 Spoonbill Point Court. This lot is located directly on the lake in Pelican Reef. This gated community is on the Intracoastal across from downtown St. Augustine. Bring your boat and live the good life! Boat slips can be purchased at a reasonable price. Build your new home in this upscale community today. $69,900 AMAZING PANORAMIC VIEWS OF THE OCEAN! 716 Ocean Palm Way. 4 BR/5 BA European style home w/upgrades--great architectural features, high end windows & doors, coquina shell concrete walkway, privacy wall and driveway. Premium lighting. 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A $149,000 CORNER LOT IN SEA COLONY! 901 Ocean Palm Way. Lot is in prestigious Estate Section where all homes have large lots. Custom homes in this section are large and beautiful built in Old Florida style. Cmty is the premiere neighborhood in St. Augustine Beach--beautiful pool w/ pavilion & kitchen. Buy today and start to plan your dream home tomorrow. $249,000 PARADISE ON THE BEACH! 19 Seascape Circle. Beautiful 5BR/3.5BA home that offers an Ocean view from almost all roomssold as is, but in this 3 -story Crescent Beach home made elevator. If you love ocean breezes and comfortable living, you will want to see this one! $899,000 VIEWS DO NOT GET ANY BETTER! 800 River Mist Bend. This lot is one of the most beautiful in Northern Florida.02 acres on a paved road in a gated community on the St Johns River. Build your dream time to watch native manatees. A great investment property at this NEW price. $98,000 PARADISE ON THE ISLAND CAN BE YOURS! 484 Ocean Forest Drive. the island lifestyle in prestigious Anastasia Dunes. Cross the street and take a stroll in the ocean. This lot is nestled among the dunes in an upscale gated community w/large lots and beautiful homes. Lot is steps away from the cmty club and pool. $159,000