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HISTORICAL DESIGNATION RAISES CONCERN FOR BEACH RESIDENTS P. 11 COPS WANT CAMERAS TO HELP FIGHT CRIME P. 10 EVENTS P. 67 PRSRT STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 1498 FT LAUD ,FL 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 LOCAL Postal Customer PHOTO BY COURTNEY ORTIZ | WWW.COURTNEYORTIZ.COM HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM VOL. XIII NO. 12 AUGUST 2014 gazette SCHOOL STARTS AUGUST 18 Volunteers needed to read to kids at West Hollywood Elementary p. 8 THE SECRET IS OUT: GeoCaching in Hollywood is free fun for the family! p. 3

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BY COURTNEY BUTTERWORTH TEEN CORRESPONDENT Using coordinates to find hidden treasure may sound like a plot for the latest pirate movie, but it is actually an activity that can be done right here in Hollywood. The Anne Kolb Nature Center has become a haven for geocaching, a fun activity in which people use coordinates to find hidden containers that hold prizes. Katherine Hendrickson, Park Naturalist, oversees the geocaching that occurs within Broward County. Anne Kolb has the most extensive geocaching system in Broward County parks, she says of the geocaching in Hollywood. The love the patrons and volunteers have for the area translates into over fifty geocaches. Special places like Anne Kolb are the reason geocaching exists; to share the love of a location with others. With over fifty geocaches within the Anne Kolb Nature Center and over two million worldwide, choosing a geocache to find is easy. You can create a free account at geocaching.com or download the official geocaching app. Then, use your location to choose the geocache you want to find, and put the given coordinates into a GPS or GPS enabled device, such as any smartphone. Also, if you have the app, you can choose a geocache and be provided with helpful hints and tips, which are also available on the website. Once you are ready, begin your search! While you will not have to dig to find this buried treasure, you may have to look under rocks or in bushes. Each geocache has a difficulty level, which describes how mentally difficult it is to find. It also has a terrain level that shows how much physical exertion will be required. So if it is your first time geocaching, you may want to choose one with low difficulty and terrain levels and progress to higher levels from there. When you find your geocache, celebrate! Sign the logbook inside and take a prize but do not forget to replace it with something for the next person. Common prizes include anything from a deck of cards to old coins. People who go geocaching more frequently often have a signature item, which is a prize that they always leave in each geocache they find. Lastly, put the container back in its hiding place and post your log onto the website or app. Geocaching is a super easy activity to get involved in. It is free, family friendly and easy to do. said Hendrickson of the activity. It truly is all of those things and easily accessible to anyone and everyone in Hollywood. This is a great activity to try this summer before school starts, so head out and enjoy some beautiful Florida weather as you begin a search for your own special hidden treasure. When you go geocaching, take a picture and post it on Instagram with the hashtag HGGEOCACHE for a chance to have your picture in next months issue! Hip in Hollywood: Geocaching is todays treasure hunt COMMUNITY NEWS 3

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EAST Hollywood Lakes Civic Association & New Image Task Force Jefferson Park, 1549 Jefferson Street 6-8pm Highland Gardens Civic Association & United Neighbors Association McNicol Community Center, 1411 South 28th Avenue 5-8pm Quadomain Recreation 2201 South Ocean Drive (Social Hall next to valet parking) 6-8pm WEST Boulevard Heights Community Center 6770 Garfield Street 5:30-8:30pm Community Enhancement Collaboration, Inc. & Washington Park Homeowners Association Washington Park Community Center, 5199 Pembroke Road 7-9pm Driftwood Civic Association Cody Street & North 73rd Terrace 6-8pm 6461 Harding Street 7-9pm Block of North 38th Avenue Between Park Road & Longfellow Circle (Planning Stages) Hollywood Gardens West St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 425 North 58th Avenue Time TBD Playland Estates Civic Association Oak Lake Park, 3190 North 56th Avenue 6:30-8:30pm Beverly Park Community Center 6291 Funston Street 6-8pm Emerald Hills Homeowners Association Hollywood Fire Training Center, 3400 North 56th Avenue 7-8:30pm Hollywood Hills Civic Association Sal Oliveri Veteran's Park, 4701 Tyler Street 6:30pm-8:30pm *Events as of July 29, 2014 COMMUNITY NEWS WANT YOUR PET TO BE PET OF THE MONTH? Upload your photo online at www.hollywoodgazette.com This is Sophie Anne. She comes to work everyday at Hollywood Digital Blueprint. She has been ever since we got her at just a few weeks old. She is a pug and she hasnt met a person or a treat that she doesnt like. Our customers look forward to seeing her when they come in and they even bring their children in to visit and play with her. She is very friendly and only gets upset when people leave....Come by and visit her and you will fall in love with her. Submitted by: Janet Krieger pet Sophie Anne of the month CELEBRATE COMMUNITY Since 1984, the first Tuesday in August of each year has been designated as National Night Out. It is estimated that 30 million people participate in this night out against crime. Join your neighborhood party on Tuesday, August 5th, and enjoy food and refreshments with your neighbors, meet Crime Watch Members, Hollywood Police Officers & Command Staff, City Officials, & Crime Prevention Specialists. Check the list for your neighborhood party location and time. Join your neighborhood party on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. For more information on National Night Out in Hollywood or to register your neighborhood party, call the Community & Media Relations Division at 954.967.4371. JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY TUES., AUG. 5 4

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GET LISTED! Visit HollywoodGazette.com more area happenings or to list yours.8BROADWAY ACTORS PERFORMANCE: ALADDIN JR.5 p.m., Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, US-1 and Monroe StreetBegin the fantastic tale of the street rat who became a prince. Disneys Aladdin Jr. has an Academy awardwinning score, with songs by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, including A Whole New World and Friend Like Me. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for kids.Information: 954-921-3274 9HOLLYWOOD BEACH SWEEP CLEANUP7-11 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St.Collect litter and cigarette butts from the beach. Must be at least 8 years old to participate. Download a registration form at -hollywoodcivicplus.com/ DocumentCenter/View/1762.Information: 954-967-4526FREE SHREDDING SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY8 a.m.-noon, Hollywood City Hall, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.The City of Hollywood welcomes you to bring your items to shred for free paper only to the south side of City Hall Circle. Trucks will be available to load until they reach capacity. Residents must provide proof of residency, and there is a limit of 3 boxes of paper records per household. Staples and paperclips can be shredded too. Information: 954-921-3545HOLLYWOOD WEST CONCERT7:309 p.m., Boulevard Heights Amphitheater, 6770 Gareld St.Enjoy reggae under an oak canopy, with Army Gideon. Bring a lawn chair and pack a picnic basket. Information: 954-921-340415LAUGHING OUT LOUD FOR SCLERODERMA6:30-10:30 p.m., Hard Rock Improv, 5700 Seminole WayJoin a night of comedy, dinner and drinks to benet the Scleroderma Foundation, Southeast Florida Chapter. Bring your family, friends or co-workers for a night of slidesplitting fun with Dom Irrera. After the show, head to Sirocco Mediterranean Restaurant & Lounge for dessert and drinks. The night will also feature an auction and a special appearance by Jason Alexander. Proceeds support research and local programs for people living with the disease and their families and caregivers.Information: 954-798-1854 GOSEEDO AUGUSTWHATS HOT & HAPPENING IN HOLLYWOOD Neighbors nationwide: Lights on, party on to help fight crimeJoin your neighbors across the area, turn on your outside lights and enjoy food and refreshments at a porch vigil near you. Crime Watch members, Hollywood police ofcers and command staff, city ofcials, and crime prevention spe cialists will be on hand at various locations through out the area as part of this event. Since 1984, Na tional Night Out has been bring ing neighbors together to take a stand together against crime. More than 30 million people participate in this nationwide event aimed to show criminals that neighbors are uniting and ghting back. Party locations and times as known as of press time include:EAST Hollywood Lakes Civic Association & New Image Task Force, Jefferson Park, 1549 Jefferson St., 6-8 p.m. Highland Gardens Civic Association & United Neighbors Association, McNicol Community Center, 1411 S. 28th Ave., 5-8 p.m. Quadomain Recreation, 2201 S. Ocean Drive, 6-8 p.m.WEST Boulevard Heights Community Center, 6770 Gareld St., 5:30-8:30 p.m. Community Enhancement Collaboration, Inc. & Washington Park Homeowners Association, Washington Park Community Center, 5199 Pembroke Road, 7-9 p.m. Driftwood Civic Association, Cody Street & North 73rd Terrace, 6-8 p.m. 6461 Harding Street, 7-9 p.m. Block of North 38th Avenue, Between Park Road & Longfellow Circle Hollywood Gardens West, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 425 North 58th Avenue, Time TBD Playland Estates Civic Association, Oak Lake Park, 3190 N. 56th Ave., 6:30-8:30 p.m. Beverly Park Community Center, 6291 Funston St., 6-8 p.m.Information: hollywoodpolice.org Dom Irrera 6

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GET LISTED! Visit HollywoodGazette.com more area happenings or to list yours.8BROADWAY ACTORS PERFORMANCE: ALADDIN JR.5 p.m., Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, US-1 and Monroe StreetBegin the fantastic tale of the street rat who became a prince. Disneys Aladdin Jr. has an Academy awardwinning score, with songs by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, including A Whole New World and Friend Like Me. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for kids.Information: 954-921-3274 9HOLLYWOOD BEACH SWEEP CLEANUP7-11 a.m., Charnow Park, 300 Connecticut St.Collect litter and cigarette butts from the beach. Must be at least 8 years old to participate. Download a registration form at -hollywoodcivicplus.com/ DocumentCenter/View/1762.Information: 954-967-4526FREE SHREDDING SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY8 a.m.-noon, Hollywood City Hall, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.The City of Hollywood welcomes you to bring your items to shred for free paper only to the south side of City Hall Circle. Trucks will be available to load until they reach capacity. Residents must provide proof of residency, and there is a limit of 3 boxes of paper records per household. Staples and paperclips can be shredded too. Information: 954-921-3545HOLLYWOOD WEST CONCERT7:309 p.m., Boulevard Heights Amphitheater, 6770 Gareld St.Enjoy reggae under an oak canopy, with Army Gideon. Bring a lawn chair and pack a picnic basket. Information: 954-921-340415LAUGHING OUT LOUD FOR SCLERODERMA6:30-10:30 p.m., Hard Rock Improv, 5700 Seminole WayJoin a night of comedy, dinner and drinks to benet the Scleroderma Foundation, Southeast Florida Chapter. Bring your family, friends or co-workers for a night of slidesplitting fun with Dom Irrera. After the show, head to Sirocco Mediterranean Restaurant & Lounge for dessert and drinks. The night will also feature an auction and a special appearance by Jason Alexander. Proceeds support research and local programs for people living with the disease and their families and caregivers.Information: 954-798-1854 GOSEEDO AUGUSTWHATS HOT & HAPPENING IN HOLLYWOOD Neighbors nationwide: Lights on, party on to help fight crimeJoin your neighbors across the area, turn on your outside lights and enjoy food and refreshments at a porch vigil near you. Crime Watch members, Hollywood police ofcers and command staff, city ofcials, and crime prevention spe cialists will be on hand at various locations through out the area as part of this event. Since 1984, Na tional Night Out has been bring ing neighbors together to take a stand together against crime. More than 30 million people participate in this nationwide event aimed to show criminals that neighbors are uniting and ghting back. Party locations and times as known as of press time include:EAST Hollywood Lakes Civic Association & New Image Task Force, Jefferson Park, 1549 Jefferson St., 6-8 p.m. Highland Gardens Civic Association & United Neighbors Association, McNicol Community Center, 1411 S. 28th Ave., 5-8 p.m. Quadomain Recreation, 2201 S. Ocean Drive, 6-8 p.m.WEST Boulevard Heights Community Center, 6770 Gareld St., 5:30-8:30 p.m. Community Enhancement Collaboration, Inc. & Washington Park Homeowners Association, Washington Park Community Center, 5199 Pembroke Road, 7-9 p.m. Driftwood Civic Association, Cody Street & North 73rd Terrace, 6-8 p.m. 6461 Harding Street, 7-9 p.m. Block of North 38th Avenue, Between Park Road & Longfellow Circle Hollywood Gardens West, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 425 North 58th Avenue, Time TBD Playland Estates Civic Association, Oak Lake Park, 3190 N. 56th Ave., 6:30-8:30 p.m. Beverly Park Community Center, 6291 Funston St., 6-8 p.m.Information: hollywoodpolice.org Dom Irrera 6

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ARTSPARK LIVE!8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, ArtsPark amphitheater, Hollywood Blvd. & U.S. 1FREE FRIDAY MOVIE NIGHTSAug. 1: Turbo Aug. 8: The Karate Kid (2010) Aug. 15: The Sandlot Aug. 22: Bolt Aug. 29: Life of Pi Sept. 5 The CroodsSATURDAYS Aug. 2: The Baboons, Latin funk Aug. 9: Spitre, British classic rock Aug. 16: TBA Aug. 23: Axe Envy, rock Aug. 30: ArtsPark Live featuring Albert Castiglia, bluesInformation: 954-921-3500 HOLLYWOOD BEACH THEATRE MUSIC AND DANCING7:30-9 p.m. Mondays-Wednesdays, Hollywood Beach Theatre, Johnson Street and the BroadwalkMONDAYSAug. 4: Joey & the Gigolos, doo wop Aug. 11: Beach Theatre: Jah Willb & Friends, top 40 jazz Aug. 18: Motel Mel & Betty P., popular standards Aug. 25: Poppy, music for dancingTUESDAYSAug. 5: Thierry Khalfa, French pop/ Israeli music Aug. 12: Wayne L., family fun show Aug. 19: Myles Loud, vocal impressionist Sinatra, Martin, Jones Aug. 26: Benji Rafaeli, international musicWEDNESDAYSAug. 6: Zepbelly, Led Zeppelin tribute Aug. 13: El Groundscoro, fusion inuence classic rock with a twist Aug. 20: Shadow Creek, country Aug. 27: Jim Fiano, blues rockFRIDAYSAug. 1: Jay Blues Band (Blues) Aug. 8: King Muddsh, swamp blues Aug. 15: Zero Point Zero, rock covers Aug. 22: Caribbean Music Farm, tropical sounds Aug. 29: Soul Inc., R&BSATURDAYSAug. 2: Shindig, s to Top 40 Aug. 9: Silver Wings, oldies Aug. 16: Cougars in Training, classic rock Aug. 23: Big City Dogs, classics/blues Aug. 30: White Noise, rockInformation: 954-921-3404MOVIES & MUSICHARD ROCK LIVE!Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole WayAug. 1: Yes Aug. 15: The Wayons Brothers Aug. 20: Michael McDonald & Toto Aug. 29: Slash, with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators Aug. 31: Deep Purple Sept. 6: Steve Martin & Martin Short Sept. 7: Divas NightShow times: 954-797-5531FORT LAUDERDALE IMPROV 5700 Seminole WayAug. 1-3: Rob Schneider Aug. 8-10: Mike Epps Aug. 13: Steve Byrne & The Cast of Sullivan & Son Comedy Tour Aug. 14: Rex Navarrete Aug. 14-17: Dom Irrera Aug. 21: Some Ladies: Funny Women of Comedy Aug. 22-24: Bruce Bruce Aug. 31: Jo Koy Sept. 5-7: Lil DuvalShow times: 954-981-5653COMEDY & SHOWS Try a paddling program!Get in gear and head for the water. The marina at West Lake Park, 1200 Sheridan St., is offering paddling programs through September 27. Try your hand at basic kayaking, head out on a paddling ecoTour, take a moonlight ride, or settle into a class all about canoes. Programs are $35 per person plus tax, $20 if you bring your own canoe or kayak. Paddlers may go solo or in tandem. Life jackets are provided. Basic Kayak Class: 8-10 a.m., Aug. 9, Sept. 6 and 27 Paddling EcoTour: 9-11 a.m., August 21 and Sept. 25 Moonlight Paddle: 7-9 p.m. Aug. 10 Canoe Class: 9-11 a.m., Aug. 21 and 28 Information or to register: Preregistration is required at the Anne Kolb Nature Center ofce (751 Sheridan St.) or at 954357-5161, ext. 0.16 ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL BASH & HEALTH FAIR11 a.m.-2 p.m., Washington Park Community Center, 5199 Pembroke RoadTheres something for everyone at this back-to-school bash featuring childrens activities, live music, food, free haircuts and more. Students get a backpack lled with school supplies and receive health screenings and information from representatives of Broward Health, Children Services Council, Humana, and Florida Blue. Information: 954-9870625DOWNTOWN ARTWALK 7-10 p.m., Harrison Street area Starts at 20th Avenue and Hollywood Blvd. at Anniversary Park.Information: 954-921-350017HOLLYWOOD BEACH LATIN FESTIVAL11 a.m.-7 p.m., Hollywood Beach and BroadwalkThis free event offers main stage performances, Latin food, arts and crafts, exhibitors, fun for kids, and more. Enjoy the sounds of Evie Cruz, Pleneros Del Sur, Vikki Romero, Robert Blades and more.Information: 954-536-4575 ART AND CULTURE CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, and Noon-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1650 Harrison St.Exhibits on display until Aug. 17. Nathan Sawaya: In Pieces: This exhibit integrates Legos into large-scale photographs by photographer Dean West.Rod Faulds Recent PhotoBased Works: Faulds uses digital photography to blend images into repeated patterns of light and color.H-Allen Benowitz People of the World: H-Allen Benowitz captures peoples customs, occupations, personal lives, dress and rituals.Opening Sept. 6Echos Myron (artists reception Sept. 5, 7-10 p.m.): Art and music collide as artists in this exhibition collectively reect the creativity and cross currents at play in the Miami music scene from the early s to today.Monica Uszerowicz: Its Okay to Cry (artists reception Sept. 5, 7-10 p.m.): Monica Uszerowicz is a photographer and writer living in Miami.Sri Prabha: Outpost: Enjoy mixedmedia artisty.Information: 954-921-3274ART EXHIBITS Nathan Sawaya: In Pieces Impulse Art! at the ArtWalk 7

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Sparkman said it took strong will power to complete the 12 week program but he was glad to have completed it. Adams also said it took effort to work out and lose the weight. He was proud to have been part the team that won. Hollywood Police Chief Frank Fernandez praised the men for their effort and said that physical fitness is important to police work. By David Volz Vending machines in Hollywood will soon be offering healthy snack choices. The Hollywood Commission unanimously approved a contract with Gilly Vending, Inc. based in Miami for healthy beverage and snack vending machines. Hollywood is a City committed to supporting healthy lifestyles for both our employees and our residents, and we want to reflect that in all our services and programs, says Mayor Peter Bober. Now, when youre visiting City Hall or one of our community centers or parks, youll be able to get snacks and drinks that are actually good for you. The new vending contract requires a minimum of thirty percent of the vending items in each machine meet all of the American Heart Associations recommended standards for food and beverages offered in workplaces. Also, twenty percent of the vending items must meet at least one of the recommended standards. Hollywood vending machines will offer a wide variety of low calorie, low sodium and trans-fat free choices, as well as many gluten free, kosher and Non GMO snacks and drinks. The City of Hollywood currently has approximately thirty beverage vending machines and fifteen snack vending machines located at various City facilities. The new options will be competitively priced with the cost for premium all natural and organic snack options ranging from $1.00 to $2.00 and the cost for bottled waters, 100% juices and vitamin waters and specialty teas ranging $1.50 to $2.25. Gluten Free/ Vegan / Kosher/ Non GMO snacks will be priced from $2.50 to $2.75 per item, according to Joann Hussey, spokesperson for the City of Hollywood. By David Volz The City of Hollywood Police Department wants to utilize CCTV cameras to help fight crime in the city. The cameras will cost about $1.5 million. The cameras will help the Police Department reduce crime in key hot spots in the City. They will act as a deterrent before a crime happens statistically, crime rates are reduced when criminals become aware of video surveillance within an area. They assist officers during a crime. When officers observe a crime in progress, they can take immediate interdiction because of what they can see on the cameras. The cameras are helpful after a crime takes place. Officers can look at the video to help identify suspects and see exactly what happened. This will also assist in accident investigation by offering another source in addition to witness statements. In addition to the cameras the City is implementing license plate reader (LPRs) that can help officers track stolen vehicles, vehicles used and identified in armed robberies, known child molesters, amber alerts, silver alerts and other problems. They can also track and identify vehicles involved in crimes and assist in solving crimes where there are no leads, according to Joann Hussey, spokesperson for the City of Hollywood. One camera is worth ten officers on the street and are a force multiplier, said Hollywood Police Chief Frank Fernandez. The cameras are a deterrent because people will know we are watching and recording them. The cameras will be installed in three phases. Phase one will be the Federal Highway area. Phase Two will be the North Beach area and Phase Three will be the Downtown area. The City has been able to get about $239,505 in federal grant money to pay for the Phase Two section. The program calls for the installation of 35 CCTV cameras and 30 LPRs in Hollywood. 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MUNICIPAL NEWS Many young people enjoy working with computers. And they have plenty of opportunities to learn all about computers and technology at a camp that Darin Koch is offering at South Broward High School. It is divided into three camps; video game and design, preengineering and computer graphics. The camp is for children age 7 to 12. The kids learn how to program computers and develop video games. I think a lot of times, kids will work on computers alone. At this camp, they can work on computers with other kids, he said. Koch said that many of the campers really enjoy working on Minecraft. They can build anything they want with Minecraft, he said. The kids also enjoy Lego robotics. But the real goal for Koch is to teach young people to think. The job of computer programming may not always exist. So I want these kids to learn how to think creatively and critically. If they can do that, they will be able to adapt to changes in the computer industry, said Koch. The kids in the camp are enthusiastic about technology. Ryan Poche said he enjoys working with Pivot. Hunter Stewart also loves working with Pivot. And Josh Halprin loves Minecraft. Debra Hixon, assistant marine magnet coordinator at Marine Magnet program at South Broward High School and Emily Hall, a student in the program at South Broward work on a ROV. Emily Hall works on a Remotely Operated Vehicle in the Summer Ocean STEM program at South Broward High School. During the regular school year Hall is a student in the Marine Biology Magnet program. Devin Smith and Brittany Scheflin work on program a computer chip at the Summer Ocean STEM program at South Broward High School. BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com Kids learning about computers and technology show their Lego robotics. The camp is offered at South Broward High School. South Broward High School prepares students for tech careers A group of Hollywood residents are concerned that their properties could become designated as a historical site. This could make it harder for them to make changes to the properties or sell the land. A group of them have aligned with the Hollywood Beach Business Association to address this matter. We are concerned that property owners would have more limitations on their properties than when they first purchased them if the property is designated as historical, said Debra Case, president of the HBBA We want property owners to have a choice on whether or not their property is designated as historical. We want to work with the CRA on this. The Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency is reviewing the inventory of properties surveyed in the 2006 Florida Atlantic University City of Hollywood Beach Historic Property Survey. No recommendation has been made regarding any individual designation of properties or an historic district. Since the survey was completed eight years ago, CRA staff is only reviewing the status of these properties so that we have an updated and current survey. In addition, we are determining how many of those properties have Master Site Files in the Florida Division of Historical Resources, said Susan Goldberg, deputy director of the Hollywood CRA. The Hollywood CRA applied for a State of Florida Division of Historical Resources Grant to create and implement historical guidelines within the CRA to provide resources for the production and implementation of historic guidelines. However, it is important to note that the CRA does not have any authority under the City Code to adopt such regulations. Any consideration of such regulations would need to be reviewed by City staff and require approval by the City Commission, said Goldberg. If awarded the grant will be used to hire a consultant to improve and update the historic property guidelines which will form the basis for review and serve as the criteria for evaluation by the Hollywood Historic Preservation Board and to update the Florida Master Site File. The CRA is currently verifying the eight year old survey of historic properties with significant architectural and historic combinations previously identified in the 2006 FAU City of Hollywood Beach Historic Property Survey. Further study is needed to determine which structures, if any, on the list have merit for historic designation. The designation of historic properties or a district provide cultural, historic or economic purpose. Included in the 2006 survey was an in depth analysis of the architectural styles, criteria of properties and a field survey which documented those structures contributing toward the character of the Beach CRA district. A description of the architectural styles prevalent within the Beach CRA is identified as well. Existing redevelopment plans, master plans and future capital improving planning take this into account. The Hollywood Beach Historic Districts geographic boundaries are north/ south from Sherman Street to Jefferson Street and east/west from the Broadwalk to the east side of Surf Road. Any exterior alterations to properties within the Broadwalk Historic District are reviewed by the City of Hollywoods Historic Preservation Board. The Board has indicated that more comprehensive design guideline criteria are needed for their review of properties within this Broadwalk Historic District. The Broadwalk Historic Districts significance is focused on the historic urban planning and preservation of the heritage of the Broadwalk which was built in the 1920s by Joseph Young and has continued to be an important historical urban component of the beach area serving as a place for community making and gathering and has not changed its purpose for which it was once built, according to Goldberg. Historical designation raises concern for beach residents BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com CASE 11

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SCHOOL NEWS Today, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) released elementary and middle schools grades for the 2013/14 school year. Overall, according to preliminary data, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) has seen District-wide improvement with the overall District grade increasing from C based on 2012/13 results to a B based on 2013/14 results. BCPS increased the number of elementary and middle schools earning a preliminary grade of A by 16 schools in 2013/14, with 34 percent of schools now earning an A compared to 28 percent last year. Notable achievements among BCPS elementary and middle schools: More than two-thirds 152 (67%) schools increased or maintained their school grade compared to 90 (39%) last year; Middle schools earning A or B grades increased 10 percentage points from 56% to 66%; Nine schools improved by two or more letter grades, including Sunland Park Elementary (D to A), Plantation Park Elementary (C to A), Bair Middle School (D to B) and Gulfstream Middle School (C to A); Overall, the Districts grade improved from a C to a B because learning gains improved in reading and math. We are proud of the improvements the District is making. While we know there is a great amount of work to do, results indicate reasons to celebrate and opportunities to focus on those schools performing in the bottom quartile, said Superintendent Robert W. Runcie, The District will analyze the student-level performance data and will continue our relentless focus on ensuring all students are college and career ready. This is the final year school grades will be calculated using the current formula. The new grading system next year will support the more rigorous Florida Standards and the Florida Standards Assessment, which will replace the FCAT 2.0. The new grading system that will start next year will continue to be crafted with input from parents, teachers and educators, said Commissioner of education Pam Stewart. Its focus on student achievement and gains will help ensure a fair accountability system that helps measure student knowledge of the new Florida Standards. State Releases 2013/14 Elementary and Middle School Grades Overall District Grade Increases from C to B 13

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MUNICIPAL NEWS The City of Hollywood is hoping to replace Fire Station 45. The station, which was built in 1964 is considered old and obsolete. The cost of a new Station 45 would be $2 million and this money would be raised through budget enhancements in the proposed City of Hollywood fiscal year 2015 budget. There are nine firefighters who work out of Station 45. The station houses one fire engine, a ladder truck and a rescue vehicle. The firefighters are also trained as paramedics and they work 24 hours on and 48 hours off. We need a new station, said Chris Del Campo, battalion chief who works out of Fire Station 45. We need an improved working and living environment. Major problems with the existing station include a lack of proper facilities for female firefighters, a bay that is too small. It is difficult for trucks and emergency vehicles to leave the small bay during an emergency. The station has one bay door and a new station would have three bay doors. It is difficult to install new technology at Station 45. Also the building is not up to code and might not hold up well in a severe hurricane. The building is considered too small and there is a lack of office space. The kitchen area is cramped. Overall the building is simply not up to standard and it would not make sense to renovate the existing structure. We need a new fire station here so we can better serve the residents of this area. This is a very busy station, said Del Campo. I think Hollywood residents would want the fire department to have everything they need to serve the public, said Joann Hussey, spokesperson for the City of Hollywood. OLD HOLLYWOOD STATION WILL NEED $2 MILLION IMPROVEMENTS This is Hollywood Fire Station 45. The building is considered obsolete and the City wants to replace it. Firefighters at Fire Station 45 The rear area of Fire Station 45. The bay is considered too small and very cramped. City of Hollywood proposes budget for fiscal year 2015 The City of Hollywood held a budget workshop for Fiscal Year 2015. The proposed citywide budget is $495,971,150. This represents an increase of $46,660,000 or 10.4 percent from Fiscal Year 2014. The general fund operating budget is $219,086,000, an increase of 21,350,000 or 10.8 percent from fiscal year 2014. The proposed millage rate is 7.4479 the same as last year. Property values in Hollywood have increased by 8.1 percent. Many homeowners will face an increase in their property taxes. How much depends on the value of the property. If a home is worth $100,000, the increase is 1.5 percent. If a property is valued at $200,000, the increase is 0.7 percent and for a property valued at $300,000 the increase is 0.3 percent. The City has requested $6,425,000 in budget enhancements of which $2 million will go toward the replacement Fire Station 45. The rest of the money will go toward the purchase of a CCTV system, the replacement of 50 police vehicles, road resurfacing, street light additions and turtle lighting. The budget calls for an addition of $1,992,085 for the police department. There will be six new Hollywood police officers; one sergeant and two officers for the east side and one sergeant and two officers on the west side. The cost of the new officers will be $620,354 and the rest of the additional money will go toward more overtime; $249,290 and training; $189,800. Some of the additional money will go toward operating expenses. There will be an additional $10,759 for the fire department. There will be a $20 increase in the fire assessment for residents due to an increase in residential calls. The fee will go from $189 to $209. There will be a decrease in the fee paid by industrial and commercial properties. The fire inspection fee remains at $22 but a change in collections will now include condominiums. The condominiums were improperly excluded in prior years despite inspections being performed. No back billing will take place. Other new positions include a new environmental sustainability coordinator at $50,000. Also $314,340 has been budgeted for five customer service positions. And $35,000 has been budgeted for an auto mechanic. In the public works department two part-time positons have been converted into one full time auto mechanic position. The budget calls for $123,692 more for parks and recreation. Mayor Peter Bober said, I think the proposed budget is extremely conservative, and takes recognition that recent upticks in real estate values may be fleeting. I support the proposed budgets efforts to increase our police force, use technology to deter criminal activity, and maintain and improve our infrastructure. Most importantly, we will hold the line on taxes in this years budget, said Bober. Hollywood City Manager Cathy Swanson-Rivenbark said, Were stretching every dollar to invest in what is best for the City. Were dealing with the things that are the most urgent with the small increase we have to ensure a safe and secure city. The City is not in full recovery, were still making hard choices to catch up from the financial urgencies of the past. Im optimistic that if we continue to make sound, sustainable financial decisions the City will continue to see positive results, said Swanson-Rivenbark. The Second Proposed Operating Budget workshop is Wednesday, September 3rd at 4:00 p.m. The First Public Budget Meeting is Monday, September 15th at 5:30 p.m. The Second Public Budget Meeting is Monday, September 29th at 5:30 p.m. Also on September 29th at 6:00 p.m. is the FY 2015 Public Budget Hearing for the Downtown and Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. All these meetings will take place at City Hall in Room 219. BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com 14

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Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) today outlined its 2014 electric system upgrades in the Hollywood area that will benefit local homes and businesses. The company has started work on strengthening and upgrading major power lines and equipment throughout its system to help communities recover faster following major storms while improving everyday reliability for customers. 2014 Work in Hollywood This years investment includes upgrades to seven main power lines serving key facilities in the Hollywood area, such as City of Hollywood water and sewer operations. The projects strengthen the electric system to better withstand major storms and allow for faster service restoration following power outages. The work includes installing stronger utility poles designed to withstand wind gusts of 145 mph or more. Overall, FPL is upgrading 60 major power lines in Broward County in 2014 a record number. Other improvements in Hollywood this year include: inspecting 3,500 utility poles for strength, clearing vegetation a common cause of power outages from 255 miles of power lines and inspecting 19 major lines with advanced infrared technology. FPLs 2014 plan includes more projects to strengthen the electric system than ever before, including several in the Hollywood area. While severe weather is likely to result in power outages, a stronger electric system means less damage, faster service restoration and more reliable service in all weather conditions, said Manny Miranda, FPL vice president of power delivery. This year, were investing more than $170 million throughout our system to strengthen the power lines and equipment that serve essential community facilities such as hospitals, fire stations, water treatment plants and other facilities that are crucial to people as they recover from a storm. The City of Hollywood will extend the Great Neighborhoods Challenge II deadline to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 2, 2014. City leaders understand that South Floridas weather can be unpredictable, and this summer has been especially wet and rainy. To produce the best possible Great Neighborhoods Challenge II, the organizers of the program decided that the deadline extension was in everyones best interest. By allowing extra time, residents will be able to complete improvements that may have been delayed due to inclement weather. Neighborhoods are counting on residents to finish their improvements and submit their after entry to ensure they reach the minimum required participating of 25 residents/ businesses to be eligible to submit a Public Space improvement worth up to $25,000. For residents who have submitted an after entry for a home or business, there is still an opportunity to take advantage of the extra time to complete additional improvements. Residents can continue work and submit a new after entry through the GNC website or a paper entry delivered to Room 203 at City Hall prior to the new deadline, according to Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. The Lawn Acres Civic Association has gotten off to a successful start with the GNC II program. So far there are 43 participants and more are expected, according to Donna OKeefe chairperson for the GNC II Association. We have some amazing ideas for the public space entry. This is a good program because it has brought the neighborhood together. This not about people competing against each other. We are coming together as a unit to get a $25,000 grant from the City, said OKeefe. Cedric Morrison with his wife Lourdes Morrison and Liam age 2 and a half BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com Hollywood extends Great Neighborhoods deadline to Sept 2 Senator Eleanor Sobel safeguards TY Park FPL invests in major upgrades to electric system serving Hollywood MUNICIPAL NEWS Recently, the Florida Department of Transportation completed their review of the advisability of installing a guardrail at Topeekeegee Yugnee (TY) Park in Hollywood and determined it to be necessary for the safety of park visitors. This is great news for the people who frequent TY Park from Broward County, all across Florida, and international countries. Many people walk, run, bike, skate, and picnic in TY Park on a daily basis, so we are very lucky that until now nobody was injured by a car crashing into them from Sheridan Street, said Senator Eleanor Sobel, Hollywood. On June 22, 2014 another car crashed through the barriers from busy Sheridan Street. Senator Sobels phone calls and letters to the Department of Transportation emphasized the urgent need for protection immediately. The careening auto barely averted a pedestrian before crashing through a chain-linked fence and the rail surrounding the nearby lake. Luckily, the driver escaped unscathed as well. One of the pedestrians who evaded the crash had this to say: For many years, my daily walks in TY Park have provided me a place to recharge and to reflect. I never imagined I could be nearly killed while walking the perimeter of the path around the lake. A car on Sheridan Street jumped the curb, tore through the fence, and crossed the walking path two feet in front of me before crashing into the lake. Two more steps and I would have been seriously injured at best. The events unfolded so fast that I had no time to react. The impending installation of the guardrail is proof that government works well when leaders and community-minded people come together for the common good. I am very appreciative of the collaborative efforts of State Transportation Secretary Prasad, District Secretary Wolfe and other Broward County officials who assisted in this success. Visitors to the park deserve to enjoy TY knowing they are safe. With this new guardrail, we will guarantee the continued enjoyment of the park for many years to come, said Senator Sobel. TY Park is a 138 acre county park located in Hollywood, Broward County. With nearly one million visitors every year, the park is a popular destination for both residents as well as visitors to South Florida. The Broward County Parks and Recreation Division is dedicated to providing a countywide park system with diverse facilities and recreation opportunities, along with natural area conservation and research-based educational outreach, to enhance the well-being of residents, businesses, and visitors. Topeekeegee Yugnee, the peoples park, means Gathering Place in Seminole. Many people of all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds from all over the world and the state have gathered here for celebrations, holidays, fitness activities, and dog walking. The estimated completion date is expected to be in October 2014. The next step to improving the safety and aesthetics of this treasure in our community is the installation of lighting. Anyone interested in helping the park is invited to sign Senator Sobels petition to Governor Scott at http://chn. ge/WNziOg. Less than 100 signatures are needed on the petition at the time of press. Mayor Bober pursues grant in Washington By David Volz Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober will travel to Washington D.C. to pursue a $20 million Federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Grant. The Broward and Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has applied for this grant on behalf of the City of Hollywood and other cities along the FEC corridor. Bober will meet with U.S. Congressman Alicee Hastings (D-Fla.), U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), and the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx to advocate for the approval of this grant that will fund safety improvements for pedestrians and vehicles along the FEC railway corridor. If the grant is awarded, Hollywood will use the money to install crossing gates and make other safety improvements to help prevent accidents. The TIGER Grant is expected to be awarded in September. The grant will be matched dollar for dollar by other investments on the FEC corridor in Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Traffic on the FEC railway in Broward is expected to increase because of the addition of more passenger trains and freight from local ports, according to Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. TIGER grants are of particular importance to the City of Hollywood, said Bober. 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By David Volz Regine Tertulien loves her job supervising the Explorer Camp at the Greater Hollywood YMCA Family Center. She is working with younger children during the day and teaching them some of the basics of life. I love what I do. Kids come here and have fun. We teach them moral values such as honesty and respect for others, said Tertulien. And many of the kids here are making new friends. During the day, Tertulien will teach the children games such as clean the room where the object is to get as many bean bags as possible. The kids also play color tag and the older children play sports such as basketball, soccer and hockey. And there also a program for teenagers age 13 to 15 called Building Future Leaders or Leaders in Training. The participants learn leadership skills by planning and implementing activities for campers. They create fun and fitness activities for the campers. Esther Reyes is a Leader in Training. This is really a lot of fun. I have learned how to lead others and deal with children. If I see kids arguing I help them resolve their problems. I have learned how to be a better leader, said Reyes. Alexander Coste enjoys being a camper. I love to play sports like basketball and I like being with my friends, said Coste. The Greater Hollywood YMCA offers a wide variety of summer camp programs. There is the traditional camp for younger children known as Adventure Camp for children. It includes Explorers, grades K-1, Pathfinders, grades 2-3 and Trailblazers, grades 4-6. The kids here participate in a wide variety of games and activities. There are specialty camps with a focus on general athletics such as volleyball, bocce ball, floor hockey, ultimate Frisbee, gator ball and other games and an outdoor wilderness and fishing camp as well as camps with a focus on basketball and gymnastics. There are also camps with a focus on swimming and aquatics. Rhonda Ludwig, executive director of the Greater Hollywood YMCA stresses the importance of keeping kids active in a fun and wholesome environment. She said that the staff who work with the children are well trained and care about children. Our core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility, said Ludwig. And the kids who participate in the camp enjoy the experience. The children are encouraged to play in active games that are designed to help them improve their physical fitness. STUDENT NEWS Greater Hollywood YMCA summer camp kids go back to school Young children learn gymnastics at the Greater Hollywood YMCA 20

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HOLLYWOOD STARS The stars were out on July 19th, 2014 at HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD, celebrating Scott Evans Birthday for charity. Guests took a trip down the red carpet greeted by Joan Rivers with the clamoring of paparazzi cameras flashing. Great food, lavish decor and the latest in three-dimensional scenery were only part of the wonderment created as the guests were surrounded by the glamour of shining stars like Austin Powers, Dorothy & Toto, Sean Connery, Elvis, Lucille Ball, Cindy Lauper, The Phantom and even Lassie. The on-stage spectacular of silver screen personalities filled the air with musical renditions by Celebrities like Joel Grey as portrayed by Scott Evans himself Marilyn, Babs, Sammy and Dean. A rousing finale of this shining casts rendition of Michael Jacksons Man in the Mirror had the sold out crowd on their feet singing and swaying along to the chorus affirming that change comes from within. This event, for the benefit of The Friends of Broward Homeless & Friends of Broward County Animal Care, was a big hit with everyone in attendance, great fun and will undoubtedly gain an annual following of supporters and attendees. Be on the lookout for the 2nd annual. For more information on how you can book Hooray for Hollywood for your next social/corporate event-fundraiser or theme party contact Scott Evans Productions at 800.246.3684 or by email at evansprod@hotmail.com. PHOTOS BY KARL THOMPSON Birthday celebration benefits local charities 22

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Jennifer A. Sandomir PUBLISHER jennifer@hollywoodgazette.com Barbara Pellicano-Tisi ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR barbara@hollywoodgazette.com Monica A. Harris ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE monica@hollywoodgazette.com Caron Conway | LEAD CORRESPONDENT caron@hollywoodgazette.com David Volz | CORRESPONDENT david@hollywoodgazette.com Courtney Butterworth | CORRESPONDENT Sherry Thien | CALENDAR EDITOR Courtney Ortiz | COVER PHOTOGRAPHER Tom Olsen | PHOTOGRAPHER Denise Nieves | FINANCIAL CONTROLLER Southeast Offset (305) 623-7788 PRINTER Gilmore Associates DIRECT MAIL SERVICES Hollywood Gazette Copyright 2014. All rights reserved. The entire contents of the publication shall be the property of Hollywood Gazette. No parts hereof may be reproduced without prior written consent of the publisher. Hollywood Gazette is not liable for errors appearing in advertisements beyond the cost of the space occupied by the error. The views and opinions expressed by our advertisers and columnists do not necessarily reflect those of the Hollywood Gazette. Established in 2001, Hollywood Gazette is Hollywoods only free, independent, community newsmagazine mailed to Hollywood residents and available at locations throughout Hollywood, Florida. For more information, call 954-962-8180 or visit www. hollywoodgazette.com. to sign up for weekly news & events TEXT GAZETTE TO 42828 www.hollywoodgazette.com baby of the month Enjoying a fun day at Hollywood Beach! WANT YOUR BABY TO BE BABY OF THE MONTH? E-mail a hi-resolution photo, the babys name, age and special traits to creative@hollywoodgazette.com Baby Kate Fred Wucher is a resident of COSAC Homeless Assistance Center in Hollywood on Federal Hwy. For 4 years he has been a vendor for The Homeless Voice and does so gratefully and joyfully, knowing he helps himself as well as his fellow friends, many of who due to mental or physical reasons cannot go out and work and must rely on the shelter. Fred is always happy to be involved in different community activities such as working at Highlands Community Gardens or City of Hollywood Street Cleanups. He is an amazing volunteer in the community. Not despite his circumstances, but because of them! Submitted by: Sabrina Diz volunteer of the month CELEBRATE COMMUNITY 24

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AUG. 15TH Prizes and ra e given away all day long Drink specials all day long LEOS MUSIC FEST AUG. 17TH Leos Birthday Bu et from 12-2 Leo Birthdays eat for free with ID DJ Rick Pantoja and Breeze Beat MC spinning music from the 80s & 90s 8-10 pm Fireball Girls giving prizes away 11pm IN THE BIZ BOWLING106 East Pembroke Rd., Hallandale954-458-559919thHoleSportsGrill@gmail.com www.19thHoleSportsBar.comAUG. 16THBooze, Blues and BBQs Comedy Show By Ciro 11p.m. 3 Olives girls from 7-10 p.m. giving away prizes Drink Specials all Day long HOSTED BY ELEVATED SOLZ LIVE MUSIC BY THE REPEAT OFFENDERS 8 PM 12 AM BLUES MUSIC BY JIMI FIANO FROM 6-10P.M.LMF AUG. 15-17, 2014 Childrens Home Society of Florida is accepting school supplies or cash donations for its Annual Back-to-School Drive to help create positive back-toschool memories for vulnerable children in Broward Countyuntil August 11, 2014. Check out the wish list at www.chsfl.org/ bts. Hundreds of Broward children and parents are starting to prepare for the new school year by shopping for school supplies and clothes. For most children, going back-toschool is exciting; however, for hundreds of other children, the fear and anxiety that accompanies back-to-school time is overwhelming. With help from the community, hundreds of Broward children and teens can experience the excitement of going back to school. The community is encouraged to help the hundreds of vulnerable children in Broward County be equipped for the new school year. Childrens Home Society of Florida is located at 401 NE 4th Street in Fort Lauderdale. For more information, call 954-453-6400 or visit chsfl.org to donate. Contribute to Childrens Home Society of Floridas Back-to-School Drive The City of Hollywood is still looking for new police officers. Those who can pass a stringent background check, complete the police academy and want to help the people of Hollywood will be able to pursue a good career opportunity. The starting salary for a City of Hollywood police officer is $51,000 and an officer with 20 years of service can earn $78,000. By far one of the best benefits of being a Hollywood police officer is working with high motivated individuals, said Derik Alexander, public information officer. Being a police officer means you are part of a brotherhood of police officers that is not paralleled by any other profession. You meet different people on a daily basis and can impact their lives in a positive way by solving their problems. Applicants must complete an application through the City of Hollywood Police Department website. The candidate must provide a personal history. Then one must undergo an oral interview and a background investigation. One must go through a voice analysis test, psychiatric testing and a medical examination. The candidate must have a good driving record, no recent DUIs and no recent use of illegal substance. And a candidate cannot have a record of domestic violence. Also, prior to submitting an application, one must complete a prerequisite test at the Broward College Institute of Public Safety. This includes a written examination, agility test and a swimming test. If a candidate is not certified and new to police work, the individual must complete a five and a half month police academy program. Candidates are trained on patrol functions, defensive tactics, firearms, and other areas of police work. They also participate in physical fitness training. Upon graduating from the police academy, one must take a state certification test to become a Florida police officer. After completing the police academy and passing the state certification test, one must go through a 12 to 16 week field training program. During this training program, the new Hollywood police officer becomes familiar with how the Hollywood Police Department works, according to Alexander. Hollywood Police Chief Frank Fernandez wants motivated people to apply to be police officers. The Hollywood Police Department is a force of over 300 strong and officer recruitment continues on a year-round basis. The Department focuses on recruiting candidates whose core values are in-line with the department and its goals. Candidates must possess the highest degree of integrity, honor professionalism, and courage and have a strong sense of service and community. We seek individuals that have the right mindset and heart-set to be a public servant, said Fernandez. Hollywood seeks to recruit more officers BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com Enjoying a fun day at Hollywood Beach! 25

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Found from Website PDF (Recreate PMS) The Market Place Hunan Wok Hiro Maru Sushi Shop N Save Dr. Justine Chen Optometrist Sheridan Dry Cleaners Dr. Richard Topolski EZ Care Pharmacy N. Park Rd. O.F. Jewelers Bagels & More Emerald Hills Animal Hospital 9 Round (754) 217-4323 Apple ER ( 954) 367-5455 Big Tyme Barber (954) 986-6985 Coldwell Banker (954) 963-1600 Cool Cuts 4 Kids (954) 983-5437 Dr. Justine Chen, Optometrist (954) 962-6627 Dr. Richard Topolski, Dentist (954) 963-6668 Emerald Hills Animal Hospital (954) 983-2300 European Wax Center EZ Care Pharmacy (954) 981-0614 First Service Realty (954) 963-4808 Kumon Math & Reading (954) 963-2774 Number One Nails (954) 989-3092 Quest Diagnostics (954) 281-3500 S. Broward Tag Agency (954) 889-0265 Sheridan Dry Cleaners (954)964-8824 Skylake Insurance (954) 965-6233 Sun West ( 954) SUN-WEST The UPS Store (954) 963-2222 Valley Bank (954) 962-2265 Xanadu (954) 983-0100 Dining Sheridan Street A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926 Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463 Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop(954) 986-0707 Kitchen Ave (954) 589-5785 O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200 Shop-N-Save Retail Space for Lease Available! Everything you need at one place in Hollywood! Services Apple ER Bagels & More (954) 981-0656 Grande Pizza (954) 251-2533 Hiro Maru Sushi (954)987-1388 Hunan Wok (954) 241-0054 Levys Kosher (954) 983-2825 Shenanigans (954)981-9702 Starbucks (954) 894-3863 The Market Place (954) 963-3880 Tijuana Flats (954) 987-5509 Yogurtland (954) 987-3412 Private & Business Mailbox Rentals now Available with a Real Street Address! 3389 Sheridan St. 954-963-2222 Limit one coupon per customer. No valid with other offers. Restrictions apply. Valid at above-listed location only. The UPS Store centers are independently owned and operated. Mail Boxes Etc. Inc. $ $ 2 3 OFF SHIPPING When you ship 2 packages OFF SHIPPING When you ship 3 packages 3 MONTHS FREE for all yearly mailbox rentals New customers only. EXP. 8/31/14 Kitchen Ave. NOW OPEN! BIG TYME BARBER Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop GRAND OPENING! Skylake Insurance South Broward Tag Agency Number One Nails GRAND OPENING! 26

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A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926 Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463 Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop(954) 986-0707 Kitchen Ave (954) 589-5785 O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200 Shop-N-Save 954-926-2510 ext. 23 www.FIRMRealty.com | Robin@FIRMRealty.com Park Sheridan West 3359 Sheridan St. Park Sheridan Plaza Shopping Center 3301-3357 Sheridan St. Harrison Executive Centre Emerald Lake Plaza 3107 Stirling Road Radius Sun Trust Building Sheridan Executive Centre 3475 Sheridan Street University Plaza Retail Center 2001 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, SUITE #206 HOLLYWOOD We at FIRM Realty are proud of our 40-year history in Hollywood. Over the years, we have developed more than one million square feet of real 27

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DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD offers prime locations for businesses. www.HollywoodCRA.orgFor more information on locations in Downtown Hollywood or on Hollywood Beach e-mail Lisa Liotta, Redevelopment Manager New Construction and From 200 to 20,000 sq. ft.LIVE, WORK, AND PLAY IN YOUR BACKYARD 28

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This 11th Annual Firefighters 5K begins at Charnow Park on Hollywood Beach. It is a flat and fast, out and back 3.1 mile race along the beautiful Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. Runners Depot is sponsoring the 11th Annual Firefighters 5k, with 100% of the proceeds to be donated. A commemorative 11-Year Anniversary Beach Towel will be given to all those who pre-register! Quantities may be limited for those who register on race day. Proceeds from this event will be donated to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. http://www.firehero.org Raceday Registration, if still available, will open at 6:00AM. Race starts promptly at 7:00AM Parking is available at the Garfield Street Parking Garage, at North Beach Park at Sheridan Street, and along the side streets. Arriving early and carpooling are suggested. Pre-Registration fee is $25 (GCR Member $20). To register, visit www.active.com/ hollywood-fl/running/distance-runningraces/firefighter-s-5k-2014 For more information, call (954) 4744074 E mily Hall loves to study about the ocean. A student in the Marine Biology Magnet program at South Broward High School, she spent part of the summer in the Summer Ocean Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) program. This program is also offered at South Broward High School. She worked on developing Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV). The students built these ROVs and then operated them in a competition in the schools swimming pool. ROVs allow students to study the ocean more effectively. Scientists often use ROVs to study the ocean from ships. I want to work on a research vessel to study the ocean, said Hall. I worked on the motor of the ROV. Brittany Scheflin and Devin Smith worked together to program a basic computer chip. The summer program has been very informative and I have learned a lot. I want to be a research scientist in a marine organization, said Scheflin. Smith enjoyed the program and worked on computer challenges. I like computer programming and I learned more about it here, he said. Alex Beck enjoyed assembling an ROV. I love studying the ocean and working on ROVs, he said. Jack Ochs and Melanie Cea worked together on an ROV. This is a lot of fun, said Ochs. Cea agreed and said she hopes to continue studying marine biology. Tamas Murphy enjoyed the program. We studied reef conservation and we got to go to the Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center. I like STEM and I want to be a marine biologist, said Murphy. Debra Hixon, assistant coordinator for the Marine Magnet program at South Broward High School worked with the students during the summer. She helped the students build the ROVs. The students then had a competition where the students had to use the ROVs to perform various tasks. The South Broward High School Marine Magnet program worked with Nova Southeastern University to hold the summer program. Summer Ocean STEM program at South Broward High School BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com FIREFIGHTERS 5K RUN SET FOR SUN. SEPT. 7 ON HOLLYWOOD BEACH Students in the Ocean STEM program at South Broward High School build Remotely Operated Vehicles during a class activity. Jack Ochs and Melanie Cea work on a ROV at South Broward High School Summer Ocean STEM. Alex Beck a student in the Summer Ocean STEM program at South Broward High School works on an ROV. COMMUNITY NEWS 30

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Awesome Pool home in the nest section of Hollywood Hills. Grand family room, Large open living room perfect for entertaining. All the bedrooms are spacious with wonderful closet space, dazzling kitchen with high end appliances. The backyard is phenomenal & Gigantic very private and fenced. 3 bed/2 bath in great community. Spacious oor plan; large, fenced yard; roof is 6 months old! Near houses of worship, shopping, transportation, parks, minutes to beaches. Make an appointment to see today! Offered at $399,000.henryteam@bellsouth.netCall the multimillion dollar producers!Joan Henry954-849-4936Robert Henry954-260-7531Ray & Lucy MiccioThe Preferred Team!954.270.2163 Direct micciol@comcast.net FANTASTIC POOL HOME WITH 2 CAR GARGAE, IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS PRICED TO SELLEMERALD HILLS POOL HOME Call us today for all your real estate needs! Ellen Wrubel954-966-7734 ellen.wrubel@ oridamoves.com 3211 LAUREL OAKS LANEHOLLYWOOD, FLORIDABeautiful 3/2 Mahogany corner unit,with 1 car garage redone to perfection. Patio enclosed to provide more living space. Note larger than tax roll .Upgraded wood cabinets and granite counters & back splash, wood oors.Must see to appreciate. Down the street from community pool. Gated and secure. Across from T Y park, near airport,schools,beaches,sh opping,transportation and houses of worship. Linda cell: 954-559-1680 Elaine cell: 954-629-9105 www.Floridamoves.com/linda.rose www.Floridamoves.com/elaine.hedleston Over 100 years of Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together! www.floridamoves.com/hollywood 3319 Sheridan Street| Hollywood, FL 33021 HOLLYWOOD EMERALD HILLS POOL HOMELOCATED IN EMERALD HILLS enjoy 3 bed 2.5 Baths. Very spacious home with beautiful pool and large paver deck, lush landscapeing very private fenced yard. 2 Car garage.2 Story vaulted ceilings.Large kitchen with lots of counter space overlooks family room with views of pool,from 2 sets 0f french doors.Near restaurants religious facilities,schools,I95,short ride to airport and beach. Offered at $495,095 Bernard Shapiro954-830-3275 www.bernardshapiro.com INTRACOASTAL VIEW BEAUTY NEW LISTING 2075 Sf, huge balcony with wide overhang. Day and night views are outstanding. $660,000. Also for rent: $3500 mo. Furnished. AQUARIUS! NEW LISTING Pretty 1 bed, 2 ba. Lovely ocean views from all rooms. High oor. $335,000. RENAISSANCE ON THE OCEAN!Call Joan and Robert for price and more details! Just Listed! 3 bed, 2bath. Large corner lot. Excellent schools, near I-95 and Turnpike. Minutes to beach. $239,000.603 N. 31st Ct. Hollywood, FLPeter Cowan954.243.5003peter.cowan4@gmail.comORANGEBROOKIts an excellent time to list your home. Call Pete now for a FREE market analysis. JUST LISTEDKaren MeyerRealtor on Fire954.445.6007goldie4sure@aol.com 3/3 Pool! 2,000 sq. feet. Open layout, great for entertaining. Just reduced. $259,000.811 N. 32nd Ct. Hollywood, FL POOL Linda Rose/ Elaine Hedleston Team Exquisite East Hollywood home just a few steps to Hollywood Beach. Brazilian cherry wood oors throughout 1st oor of home, gorgeous marble ooring in entry area, custom oak oors throughout upstairs, completely remodeled eat-in kitchen with corian countertops, custom european redwood cabinets, kitchenaid stainless steel appliances with a double oven. New impact glass doors downstairs, wet bar in living area, high ceilings thoughout, huge master suite, enormous pool(20x40), tiki hut with granite counter tops 3 bed/2 bath in great community. Spacious oor plan; large, fenced yard; roof is 6 months old! Near houses of worship, shopping, transportation, parks, minutes to beaches. Make an appointment to see today! Offered at $429,000.1700 sq. ft, stunning 2.5 br. Direct ocean and intracostal access..WIDE OPEN AND STUNNING... TOTALLY REDONE!!!. Young building and pet friendly. $379,000 henryteam@bellsouth.netCall the multimillion dollar producers!Joan Henry954-849-4936Robert Henry954-260-7531Ray & Lucy MiccioThe Preferred Team!954.270.2163 Direct micciol@comcast.net FABULOUS HOLLYWOOD LAKES POOL HOME WITH 2 CAR GARAGE ON HOLLYWOOD BLVDHOLLYWOOD HILLS POOL HOME Call us today for all your real estate needs! Ellen Wrubel954-966-7734 ellen.wrubel@oridamoves.com A JEWEL IN THE HEART OF HOLLYWOODLovely upgraded 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath apt adjacent to Emerald Hills Golf Course & Club. Stunning eat-in kitchen with rich wood cabinets & granite counters & full backsplash, full size washer and dryer formal dining room with french doors. 18 in. stone tile throughout except for master bedroom. Lots of closets. Very private courtyard setting huge 300ft terrace newer central A/C & upgraded french doors. This apt has been well cared for and hardly lived in out of country owner. Covered garage parking with many guest spots. Gated 24 hr security. Heated pool, jacuzzi & gym. Great location. Linda cell: 954-559-1680 Elaine cell: 954-629-9105 www.Floridamoves.com/linda.rose www.Floridamoves.com/elaine.hedleston Over 100 years of Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together! www.floridamoves.com/hollywood 3319 Sheridan Street| Hollywood, FL 33021 HOLLYWOOD EMERALD HILLS POOL HOMELOCATED IN EMERALD HILLS enjoy 3 bed 2.5 Baths. Very spacious home with beautiful pool and large paver deck, lush landscapeing very private fenced yard. 2 Car garage.2 Story vaulted ceilings.Large kitchen with lots of counter space overlooks family room with views of pool,from 2 sets 0f french doors.Near restaurants religious facilities,schools,I95,short ride to airport and beach. Offered at $495,095 Bernard Shapiro954-830-3275 www.bernardshapiro.com WHETHER SELLING OR BUYING, PLEASE CALL US: RENAISSANCE ON THE OCEAN!Call Joan and Robert for Price and more details! Just Listed! 3 bed, 2bath. Large corner lot. Excellent schools, near I-95 and Turnpike. Minutes to beach. $239,000.603 N. 31st Ct. Hollywood, FLPeter Cowan 954.243.5003 peter.cowan4@gmail.comORANGEBROOK NEW LISTING!Its an excellent time to list your home. Call Pete now for a FREE market analysis. JUST LISTEDKaren Meyer Realtor on Fire954.445.6007 goldie4sure@aol.com 3/3 Pool! 2,000 sq. feet. Open layout, great for entertaining. Just reduced. $259,000.811 N. 32nd Ct. Hollywood, FL POOL Linda Rose/ Elaine Hedleston Team LIST & SELL Call us today for a Market evaluation of your home! PRICE REDUCED 3/2 Pool Home at Greens of Emerald HillsGrandview 2/2 Emerald Hills, a gated community. Updated kitchen and baths with over sized loft that can be a 4th bedroom. Features include: maple wood kitchen cabinetry, silestone countertops, tumble marbled back splash, kitchen aid storm door, newer windows, diamond bright Offered at $344,973 right next to the entrance, and hang up your hat! Welcome home to your spacious garden apt. with its parklike setting, large formal dining room, 300+sf covered terrace and so much more. Newer washer, dryer and water heater. A/C 2009. Gated 24 hr security, heated pool, jacuzzi, gym, card room and more. Offered at $159,500 Priced to sell at $249,900