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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM SINCE 1966 • VOLUME 51, NO. 29 THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 • $1.25 Islander News K ey Biscayne’s “Community Cats” program continues to be written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com KB Community Cats photo The Islander News (USPS #7287) July 19, 2018 Volume 51, No. 29 Published weekly by American Hometown Publishing, 5801 Washington Ave. Ste. 201A, Mt. Pleasant, WI 53406. POSTMATER: Please send address changes to The Islander News, 104 Crandon Bouldevard, Suite 301, Key Biscayne, FL, 33149. ISLANDERNEWS.COM a shining example of dedicated volunteers and a compassionate govern-ment working together to pdnh#d#gl
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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM New state laws uhtxluh#d#vzruq#srolfh#r?fhu#at the Key Biscayne K-8 Center and all other Florida public high schools and middle schools next school year. The law was enacted after the February 14 shooting in Parkland that killed 17. “We are mandated wr#surylgh#d#srolfh#r?fhu#zkr#lv#highly skilled and trained in mul-tiple facets of law enforcement to be stationed at the school while it’s open,” Press noted. That does pose some challenges. The school district has wr#sodfh#r?fhuv#lq#d#wrwdo#ri#105 schools and will likely have trouble doing so: police hiring lv#frpshwlwlyh/#dqg#wkh#ehqh=wv#sdfndjh#iru#vfkrro#r?fhuv#lvq!w#as good as that at many municipal and county departments. Press said he’s guessing it will be two or three years at least before the glvwulfw#fdq#kluh#doo#438#r?fhuv#lw#needs. Therefore, he and many other police chiefs were asked to pro-vide the personnel, and Press has said he is currently looking to do so by reallocating Marine Patrol r?fhuv#gxulqj#wkh#zhhn1 Miami-Dade Public Schools Srolfh#zloo#=uvw#vwd<#doo#sxeolf#high schools and middle schools, but as a K-8, the local school idoov#xqghu#d#gl
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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM information about responsible pet ownership and to seek new volunteers. At the Council’s budget workshop June 26, volunteer Silvana Fdsx}}r#h{sodlqhg#krz#hhdv#dqg#rwkhu#frqglwlrqv>#dqg#are “ear-tipped,” the universal sign for a cat having been spayed or neutered. Then, they’re re-leased where they were trapped. Volunteers quickly realized they were also trapping kittens and friendly adults, so they expanded wkhlu#plvvlrq#wr#=qg#iruhyhu#homes. Dr. Sawyer said they’ve found homes to close to 200 cats that had been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and tested for various conditions. Capuzzo told the Council the group uses its allocation to cover a variety of costs involved with work – vet bills, medications, trapping supplies and fostering expenses – but keeps expenses low thanks to volunteers. “We thank you for your compassion and for supporting us in serving this community,” she told the Council. “This really serves to add value to the community to con-tain in the most humane possible way the population of stray cats, abandoned cats and feral cats.” Dr. Sawyer also thanked Dr. Eastman and CVS for their sup-port, as well as the Police and Fire-Rescue Departments for contacting the volunteers when they are aware of a cat issue. She added volunteers also do an amazing job, and she hopes more residents will help – both by volunteering and being responsi-ble pet owners. Volunteers are needed to trap cats, transfer them to the vet, foster cats, show adoptable cats and provide education about responsible ownership. For more information, visit the KB Community Cats on Facebook or contact Dr. Sawyer at 305-505-8276 or slfsdvm@bellsouth.net. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 4 Gilbert to serve as Senior Advisor during transition Village Council members and Village Manager John Gilbert are now on the same page about the transition period in which Gilbert hands the baton to new Manager Andrea Agha – but the process in getting there didn’t go as smoothly as anyone would have liked. One local leader linked that to an elephant in the room of sorts: Vice Mayor Frank Caplan said the hiccups could be blamed on poor communication by the Council surrounding a dispute over Jloehuw!v#shqvlrq#ehqh=wv#iurp#klv#wlph#dv#=uh0uhvfxh#fklhi#dqg#ghsxw|#=uh0uhvfxh#fklhi1# Caplan also questioned Village Attorneys for not recognizing that Agha’s contract would leave the Key with two Managers for a while, something that is not allowed by the Village Charter. Other Council members, however, said an email Gilbert sent after Agha’s contract was approved left them “hurt” and “embarrassed,” as he questioned whether Agha’s contract violated his. The Council met July 6 to address the situation, voting 6-0 with Council member Gary Gross absent to amend Gilbert’s contract to make him a Senior Advisor to the Manager from Agha’s start August 13 until his retirement September 30. His salary and other terms remain unchanged.How we got here The issue arose publicly June 25 after local leaders passed Agha’s contract and August 13 start date. The next night at their budget workshop, the Council noted the exgjhw#glgq!w#uh>hfw#sd|lqj#wzr#Managers for the six weeks both Agha and Gilbert were working. They did not take action. It’s an issue everyone was aware of, however. Gilbert had sent an email that morning, expressing concern about how Agha’s con-tract impacted his, which runs to September 30. By Charter, the Village can’t have two Managers, so, he stated, Agha’s contract and August 13 start date could have wkh#h
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Council member Allison McCormick told Gilbert, “I’m sorry we got here. Somewhere along the line, something put you in a situation where you felt the need to send that email. After 25 years of very loyal service, I can only imagine the feelings of uncer-tainty or frustration that would have prompted it. I apologize if anything I did put you in a situa-tion that made you feel uneasy.” Caplan added, “I feel aligned with Allison rather than the other remarks, which I feel lack a degree of empathy. In a rela-tionship with two parties, one party’s understanding is only half the understanding. In this case, John’s understanding is more at issue than our understanding.”More to the story Indeed, Caplan said Gilbert’s email was partly prompted by his duty to the Council to note the Charter does not allow two Managers to serve simultaneously – something he suggested the Village Attorneys should have pointed out: “I’m disappointed with our legal counsel on this.” But he also alluded to additional backstory: There has been dis-agreement over whether Gilbert lv#hqwlwohg#wr#shqvlrq#ehqh=wv#accrued while he served with the =uh#ghsduwphqw1 “He might have learned because of his pension issue that ‘patience and trust that all will be well’ didn’t quite serve him as well as it could,” Caplan said, noting the email is a departure from Gilbert’s actions over decades of service, and, “If it wasn’t for John’s other issue that still exists as we sit here today, I think our communication would be more reliable.” Petros and Pena Lindsay took issue, stating the Council does not deserve a rebuke and Caplan was mixing two separate issues: “I don’t think they’re connected,” Petros said. Caplan replied, “I’m not con>dwlqj#wzr#vhsdudwh#lvvxhv/#L!p#talking about communication.” A good outcomeZkloh#wkh#phhwlqj#uh>hfwhg# d#gl?fxow#frxsoh#ri#zhhnv/#everyone said they were pleased with the end result: unanimous passage of a resolution amending Gilbert’s contract so that from August 13-September 30 he is Senior Advisor to the Manager and no longer has the authority, power and duties of Manager but will be available to Agha as needed. “This is precisely where we wanted to be. It could have been ={hg#zlwkrxw#vr#pxfk#txhvwlrq/#but I’m just glad John will con-tinue to do what he’s done so well for us during his remaining term, and I’d like to make the most of it while we’ve got it,” Caplan said. Council member Brett Moss said he’s happy that Gilbert is com-mitted to making the transition as smooth as possible, and, “Your help will be greatly appreciated.” continued from 4 MANAGER

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Police Chief Charles Press is used to talking about overtime during budget season its a constant sticking point for local leaders and while he came into the June 26 budget workshop with a $63,000 reduction this time, he acknowledged, It comes with a reduction in services, which is something he never wants to do. This summer, The Islander News will report on departmental bud gets for Fiscal Year 2019, October 1-September 30, 2019, in advance of budget hearings September 11 and 25. The Police Department proposed a $7.85 million budget, up 9 percent or $636,000 over Fiscal Year 2018. On overtime, Press said the de crease, from $341,000 a year ago cuts to training and a reduction to in-kind services provided to other departments. He said mandatory training will continue, but other special ties will be reduced. Its not decreased training costs its decreased training, he said, noting all of his training has to their positions with other cops on overtime; or when theyre them overtime to train. As for special details, Press said he took a close look at the costly practice of providing enhanced marine patrol, crime suppression made some reductions. Finally, We also took a hard kind services, Press said, noting the initiative includes stationing or the Rotary July 4 Picnic. will still be present at the events, but will leave if they receive calls for service. This is a tough one for us; however, we had to take a look at the services we provide to bring you the type of budget goals. We came up with a pretty dramatic reduction, he said. On another personnel issue, Press said the department in cluded a $20,000 line for an IT specialist who will help them transition to a new system. You wont see it next year its just a one-time thing in this transition year, he said. Elsewhere, Press reported de creases in discretionary spending: $13,000 less for training, $25,000 less for vehicle fuel and $15,000 less for boat fuel; maintenance costs for the boat and vehicles are also expected to drop. As for increases, he said most are based on non-discretionary items that are part of the Villages collective bargaining agreement with police the budget is the need to main tain the departments full table of organization, which includes 47 total positions, 36 of them sworn cers one retired in June, another is permanently disabled due to an on-duty injury, two more retire ments are pending this August and next February, and another after being recruited by a state investigative agency. He said hell be ready to hire as the positions open. As long as we stay up with the background checks and are prepared to make that move when the time comes, well do so, he said. Press said the budget allows the department to continue to meet its goal of delivering a unique and exceptional level of public safety services tailored to the needs and wants of the Village, and enforcement initiatives, oceanside and bayside Marine Patrol services and communi ty-engaged crime prevention unit their work in the schools and like plans for a series of meetings arranged with condominium residents in conjunction with the Key Biscayne Condominium Presidents Association. Targeted enforcement will continue. include talks to address drug addiction and more youth activ ities at night in the Community Center to keep kids busy. Press said he hopes the activities can serve both local kids and those in Liberty City, which he helped make Key Biscaynes sister city. The KBPD will continue with a commitment to education that keeps them up-to-date on ever-evolving strategies of law continue to maintain accredita tion. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 6 Campers will enjoy an interactive and hands-on experience while they learn about wildlife conservation and life under the sea! This year's camp programs will be full of new games, activities, and learning experiences! BOOK EARLY AND SAVE! VISIT MIAMISEAQUARIUM.COM/EDUCATIONFOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 305-361-5705 EXT. 526 OR 207, OR EMAIL EDUCATION@MSQ.CC ENROLL NOW! SUMMER CAMP: June 11 August 17, 2018 written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com Police will cut back on overtime costs next year Police Budget Highlights $7.85 million proposal Up 9 percent, or $636,000 over last year Overtime spending will de crease by $63,000 This is a tough one for us; however, we had to take a look at the services we provide to bring you the type of Police Chief Charles Press, on overtime costs

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM Freebee continues to be an extremely popular option to get around the Key – so much so that organizers are brainstorming new ways to meet the high demand. Kris Kimball, a founder of Freebee, the free on-demand ride service that launched in late 2016, said his company served 26,000 passengers and gave a total of 17,000 rides in the past year – and ridership continues to grow. With jrdov#olnh#jhwwlqj#fduv#r<#wkh#road, easing parking shortages and making life on the Key more enjoyable, it’s important for that to happen, he said. “We’re excited about the future,” Kimball said. “We’re looking at a shortage of vehicles, but people are still happy with our service. The customer service is great.” Freebee presently uses three low-speed vehicles to provide its on-demand service, and recently added two more LSVs on a circu-lator service called the Key Bis-cayne Loop. Kimball said when he looks at the two services, he sees ways to better allocate resources. He said the KB Loop has given 5,000 rides since its February launch, and consistently reaches passengers in eight minutes – well below its 20-minute bench-mark. Freebee can take longer at peak times – it takes an average of 3.5 minutes to hear from a driver and 13.5 minutes for a ride. Kimball noted when The Islander News posted a social media question about whether residents enjoyed Freebee, most of the negative comments were about wait time. Therefore, he suggested using the KB Loop LSVs to add to the Iuhhehh#>hhw1 Already, Kimball noted, Freebee has at high-demand times pulled one of the loop vehicles to handle all of the Freebee calls that come in by telephone. He explained about two-thirds of rides are ordered via app – one of every two Key residents have downloaded the app, he noted – but a number of seniors prefer to use the tele-phone dispatch. Kimball said using a KB Loop vehicle for Freebee calls worked well, and the circulator system could still operate when the vehi-cles aren’t needed for Freebee. On that note, he also had some good funding news: the KB Loop was started using Miami-Dade Transit Surtax funds, which previously could only go toward circulator systems. However, a recent County legal opinion stated the funds can be used for on-demand programs, so Kimball encouraged the Village to apply to use its share of the money for Freebee. Meanwhile, he added Freebee is also improving its app to give us-ers better wait time information in hopes of easing frustration. At the request of Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay, Kimball also addressed another issue: kids who use Freebee more or less as entertainment. The Mayor noted giving kids rides isn’t really wdnlqj#fduv#r<#wkh#urdg/#d#Iuhhehh#goal, since the kids aren’t old enough to drive. Kimball said his company does have an internal policy by which ride requests from users under age 16 are prioritized last. “It’s not popular with parents, but we’ve done what we could to deal with that issue, and we’ll continue to do so,” he said. Local leaders stressed they don’t want to preclude young people from using the service. Council member Allison McCormick noted kids do take Freebee to get places parents would otherwise have to drive them, so lw#grhv#wdnh#fduv#r<#wkh#urdg>#dqg#Council member Brett Moss noted kids who grow up using Freebee will likely still use it when they are old enough to drive. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 7 KB Loop vehicles could switch to on-demand Freebee, the Village’s on-demand ride service, provided a total of 17,000 rides to 26,000 riders in the past year.LEO QUIN-TANA/Islander News By the numbers FREEBEE Rides last year: 17,000 Passengers served: 26,000 Wait time: 13.5 minutes KB LOOP (since February)Rides: 5,000 Wait time: 8 minutes written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com Mercy Hospital hosts ribbon cutting Tuesday, July 24 The public is invited to join Mercy Hospital to celebrate the blessing and ribbon cutting of its newly renovated medical and surgery unit. The event is Tuesday, July 24 from 5:30-7 p.m. Appetizers and refreshments will be served. Complimentary valet parking is available. RSVP to 305-860-4608. Mercy is located at 3663 South Miami Avenue in Miami.

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM We may be in the middle of a long, hot summer, but there’s plenty going on in Key Biscayne. From thought-provoking theater to a long-awaited wud?f#oljkw#surmhfw#wr#uh>hfwlrqv#rq#phglfdo#pdulmxdqd/#wklqjv#duh#happing on the island. Here’s what we want to see this week. People taking an important mes-sage to heart On Saturday the International Hispanic Theatre Festival puts on a free perfor-mance of El Gato y La Gaviota (The Cat and the Seagull) at 5 p.m. in the Community Center Island Room. It’s the story of a baby seagull cared for by cats, one of whom teaches khu#wr#>|1#Wkh#vkrz#touches on values like solidarity, unconditional love and the need to care for our environment. It’s phdqw#wr#vsdun#uh>hfwlrqv#on human behavior. In our nation and our own little island commu-nity, these are important uh>hfwlrqv#wr#kdyh1#Wrr#often we lash out at one dqrwkhu#ryhu#rxu#gl
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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM The event on the Rickenbacker bridge that took place Friday, June 29 in which an individual with a weap on was prevented from harming himself or others was brilliantly handled. Notice that we know next-tonothing about who this person is, what were his motives, or anything about his background history. Also, notice that there zhuh#qr#phgld#kholfrswhuv#=oolqj#the sky and no dramatizing articles about the protagonists, or about the event itself. We are all familiar by now with wkh#vr0fdoohg/##Frqwdjlrq#H#rxu# r<0Nh|!#workers, the people who count on daily dollars, made no money. Most importantly, the businesses on the Key – the ones who depend on these workers and pay the most taxes – couldn’t open! I do not understand how one person with a gun who was having a meltdown under a bridge jus-wl=hv#wkh#vkxwgrzq#ri#wkh#RQO\#access onto the causeway. My husband took me to the airport at 7:20 a.m. that Friday. I’d heard about the gun incident and was a bit nervous about the lack of wud?f#dv#zh#khdghg#wr#PLD1#Fudq don and the Rickenbacker were devoid of cars. As we crossed over onto I-95 it was apparent that the access to the Key was already blocked from every direction. Yet, to the logical thinker, it was also apparent that there was easy access to the Key by using the crossover next to the rog#wroo#r?fh#ru#rqh#d#elw#ixuwkhu#up – all before the bridge. Yes, it zrxog#eh#vorz#wud?f/#exw#ehwwhu#that than no access. Chief Press described how hard it was to hear the gunman with wkh#wud?f#jrlqj#ryhu#wkh#eulgjh##zhoo/#doorzlqj#lqfrplqj#wud?f#wr#use one of those lanes would not kdyh#pdgh#lw#dq|#pruh#gl?fxow#wr#hear, it’s still the same amount of odqhv#dqg#wud?f$# What is glaringly apparent is that Key Biscayne does not have an integrated emergency plan with Miami-Dade about how to access the island in case of a vkrrwlqj/#vxlflgh#ru##whuurulvw$#incident. Nor do we have a com-munication system with redun-dancy. Frankly, I was in shock! Shootings and terrorist attacks have been a “clear and present gdqjhu$#vlqfh#Vhswhpehu#44/#5334$#Doo#dq|rqh#qhhgv#wr#gr#lv#uhdg#d#Wrp#Fodqf|#errn#wr#=jxuh#out how terrorists, homegrown or otherwise, can create chaos. That’s what happened on June 29 – we were held hostage both on dqg#r<#wkh#Nh|#ehfdxvh#wkhuh#zdv#no plan in place for this scenario or, I fear, any other type of attack. That is not good. Zkloh#Fklhi#Odqj#dqg#Fklhi# Press are the Key’s chief safety r?fhuv/#wkh#Yloodjh#Pdqdjhu#should have ordered a coordinat-ed plan years ago – like Septem-ehu#45/#5334#dqg#hyhu|#|hdu#vlqfh$##JHW#D#SODQ#LQ#SODFH$##Wklv#lv#the home of the free and the land of the brave. On that Friday, we weren’t free and lived in fear. CLOSURE OF THE CAUSEWAY Lock-down Guest Commentary byH. FRANCES REAVES

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 11 world cup weekly 305.365.1241 | 200 CRANDON BLVD. STE. 101 | KEY BISCAYNE, FL 33149Follow Us!thekeyholekb @thekeyholekb OPEN LATEST ON THE KEY. DAILY HAPPY HOUR. DYNAMIC FOOD MENU. DJ’S ON THE WEEKEND. PRIVATE PARTIES. ONLY AT KEYHOLE. COME WATCH THE WORLD CUP WITH US and root for your favorite team! 1200 Crandon Blvd (305) 361-0080 Freshest Seafood on the Island! TM Promo code N7017 5 days f ro m $ 1,049 Departs December 29, 2018 Rose Parade & Los Ange le s Tour Save $ 500 per c ou ple $ 799 Immerse yourself in the pomp and circumstance of the 130th Rose Parade with a YMT exclusive float viewing event and private dinner with the Tournament of Roses Committee, and comfortable grandstand seating to watch the parade up close. You’ll enjoy 5 wonderful days in glamorous Los Angeles, seeing highlights of the sprawling City of Angels from Hollywood to Beverly Hills to the vibrantly revitalized Downtown. Key Biscayne was in full World Cup swing and while all of the Latin American countries were holplqdwhg#ehiruh#wkh#txduwhu= nals, Mundial fever took over the island! There was a plethora of tactical attractions that a couple of Key Biscayne restaurants used to draw in fans to cheer on their favorite teams. Milanezza Argentinean Restaurant & Bar, located at 700 Crandon Boulevard, was one of the most World Cup-centric spots on the island – and as you may be able to tell by the restaurant’s title, the place is most popular with Argentinians. Knowing this, the restaurant, which usually opens at 11 a.m. on weekends, opened early so fans could watch the games – on June 16, for example, their doors were open an extra two hours early for Argentina’s 9 a.m. match with Iceland. By 2 p.m. many days, the bar is completely full, said Mil-anezza bartender Natasha Acosta #dqg#wkh#=uvw#wklqj#|rx#pljkw#notice when visiting is the count-ohvv#>djv#ri#frxqwulhv#gdqjolqj#from the restaurant’s ceiling. Later in the month, Milanezza diners anxiously watched during Argentina’s pivotal match with Nigeria on June 26, some in the classic light blue and white striped Argentina jerseys. With the Nigerians ahead in Group D, Argentina had to win the game in order to advance to the knockout stage. Otherwise, their World Cup run would be over. Many of those in the restaurant rejoiced and After teams from 32 countries played 64 matches in 12 venues across 11 Russian cities, the World Cup ended this past Sunday when France defeated Croatia 4-2 to win their second ever World Cup. written by Zachary Letson submitted photos See WORLD CUP, continued on page 14 @themilanezza Sandbar SecretoFans enjoying @900novecentoCroatia fansFrance fan Watching KB style @the_sand-bar_kb Fans Michele Estevez, right, Presented by

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 13 rnr rr r nnr   €‚ ƒ„ ‚…„†‡ r rrnr r r† r ˆ†nˆ‚ nn ‡ˆ‰Š nŠˆ‚r r Š ‹ˆˆ†ˆ‚ rŒ‹ˆˆ†nˆ‚ r ‡ˆ‰Š nŠˆ‚r ˆˆ†ˆ‚r   All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. r€nn r ‚Ž r‚ƒ ‰rr‡ r r‚„ r† rƒ rnr rr…† ‰† rr r† rr„ƒ rrr‡ n‘† opinion Florida Facts 150-plus Years the Florida Supreme Court has shaped our state and to a degree the nation. That spans from when the state was the least populated (1845) to the present, ##d€ Miami-Dade Facts 1 Number of county courts in each of Florida’s 67 counties as estab-lished by the Florida Constitution. They are often referred to as “the people’s courts.” A large part of their work involves citizen 65^serious criminal matters or small )d€ 10 County judges running for election )d€y)~ )€#"for download at www.miamidade.gov/elections/sample-ballots.asp, or request one by calling your neighbor Christina Bracken at 786-367-6829. 7 Circuit judges running for election )d€y)~ )€#"for download at www.miamidade.gov/elections/sample-ballots.asp, or request one by calling your neighbor Christina Bracken at 786-367-6829. Key Biscayne Facts Online Check voter registration status at www.MiamiDade.gov/elections, request a new registration card )6dyKey’s Congressional District is 27, State Senate is 37, State House is 112, County Commission is 7 and School Board is 6. July 30 Deadline to update and change registration before the August 28 primary. Florida is a closed primary state, so only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote in partisan primaries to determine which candidates are on the November 6 general election ballot. By Mail The updated term for absentee ballot. You don’t have to be absent or traveling – anyone can request one. VBM is convenient and gives voters time to carefully review the ballot. If you prefer to vote in per-son, bring the VBM ballot to your poll station. Email your request to VoteByMail@MiamiDade.gov USE YOUR VOICE 5 District courts of appeal in Florida. They are located in Tallahassee, Lakeland, Miami, West Palm Beach )d€ 20 Judicial circuit courts in the Florida court system. They have general trial jurisdiction over matters not assigned to the county courts and also hear appeals from county d€For questions about the mechanics of voting, contact ChristinaBrack-en@gmail.com. Pro-gun oat out of place The Fourth of July parade was wonderful except for the truck advertising guns and a shoot-ing range. We can’t believe that our community would zdqw#wr#shuplw#d#>rdw#lq#rxu#family-focused Fourth of July Parade promoting gun use. We certainly don’t need to encour-age more guns. Just consider the fact that in both absolute and relative terms, the U.S. tops the list of countries with the most guns, owning about half the world’s guns while making up only 5 percent of the world population. And, in relative terms, the U.S. has far and away the highest number of guns per capita. There were an estimated 89 to 100 guns for every 100 Americans in 2013 – around one =uhdup#shu#shuvrq1 Not surprisingly, gun homicide rates in the U.S. are 25.2 times higher than any other higher income country in the world. So, obviously, more guns do not make us safer. Almost 33,000 people die every year from gun violence: 96 people duh#nloohg#e|#jxq#=uh#hyhu|#day, eight of those killed are children, while two-thirds of gun deaths are suicides. That doesn’t even include all the people who are crippled every |hdu#e|#jxq#=uh1 Do we really need more guns? Do we really need to promote guns in our Fourth of July Parade – or ever? Jane and Onofre Torres LETTER TO THE EDITOR Florida Facts continued

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM celebrated when in the 86th minute, Argentina defender Marcos Rojo connected on a shot that found the back of the net. Argentina advance to the knockout round! Novecento, a restaurant just down the road from Milanezza, also upped the ante prepara-tion-wise during this enormous event. The restaurant became a huge hub for all World Cup matches, and especially drew fans of Argentina, Colombia, and Peru, said Novecento Man-ager Federico Llauro. There are d#ihz#fdq!w0plvv#>djv#kdqjlqj#from outside the restaurant, located at 620 Crandon Bou-ohydug/#dqg#d#jldqw#lq>dwdeoh#soccer ball in a net hanging from the roof also makes the restau-rant’s outdoor appearance very noticeable. According to the Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce, several uhvwdxudqwv#r#Fruqhu#Fr
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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM The 33rd International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami presents a free Hispanic Theatre Family Event at the Key Biscayne Community Center Saturday, July 21 at 5 p.m. in the Island Room. >e@ZmhrEZ@ZobhmZy!Ma^|1 The story is a tender and moving family experience that not only addresses such important values as solidarity, unconditional love and the need to care for our environment, but also leads us, by way of the animal world, to vhulrxv#uh>hfwlrqv#rq#kxpdq#behavior. The event is presented in partnership with the Key Biscayne Community Foundation and Village of Key Biscayne. For more information, contact 305-365-8900. We are all responsible for our own happiness – and residents can learn how to take charge of that all-important subject at today’s Lunch with an Author session. Rochelle Gapere will be presenting her debut book, One Happy Thought at a Time: 30 Days to a Happier You at noon in the Key Biscayne Community Center Island Room. Gapere had been practicing law for 13 years when she began pursuing a lifelong goal of writing a book. “Up until the time when I launched my happiness coaching exvlqhvv/#L#zdv#vdwlv=hg#dqg#grateful for my portion in life, but also knew that practicing law was not my true calling,” she said. “I knew I would write a book one day, but was never quite sure what it would be about.” In 2016, she went through an unexpected breakup from a long-term relationship. Friends asked how she was doing, and told her that her perspective was unique and extremely refreshing: #D#oljkwexoe#zhqw#r<#dqg#L#kdg#an ‘aha moment!’” she said. “My book was birthed in that season.” Gapere always believed selfhelp books were essential to maximizing one’s true potential, and had been journaling daily since she was 17. Now, inspired by her deeply personal experiences, she wanted to empower others with tools and techniques to lead kdsslhu/#pruh#ixo=oolqj#olyhv1 She dove into researching and writing her book, enjoying it so much she realized she wanted to teach people how to become a kdsslhu#dqg#pruh#ixo=oohg#yhuvlrq#of themselves despite life’s inevi-table ups and downs, and earned a Positive Psychology Specialization Fhuwl=fdwlrq#wkurxjk#wkh#Xqlyhu sity of Pennsylvania. “I had no idea at the time that my breakup would be the stimulus that catapulted me into my life’s purpose, but I can now happily say that I am living my purpose every day,” she said. Hg^AZiirMahn`amZmZMbf^3 ,)=ZrlmhZAZiib^kRhn uses personal stories, anecdotes and life lessons to teach readers how to live a life that engages them at every level. “The lessons in this book empower readers to make happiness enhancing decisions every day,” Gapere said. For example, the book poses the question, “Is it worth giving them your joy?” Gapere said the question is helpful on a daily basis, as inter-dfwlrqv#zlwk#gl?fxow#shrsoh#duh#inevitable. “I have learned we cannot control people’s actions toward us, but we can control our reaction to them. Whether deal-ing with an impatient customer service representative or a maniac driving crazily down I-95, I tem-per my interaction with them by asking myself, ‘Is it worth giving them my joy?’ Usually the answer to that question is a resounding, ‘No!’” she said. “It is pretty simple math, the less joy we have in our lives, the less happy we will be. The more joy we have in our lives, the happier we will be. I choose to protect my joy and surwhfw#lw#=hufho|1$# Gapere looks forward to sharing many more ideas with her Lunch with an Author audience, and talking about the process of writing the book while balancing an already busy life. “I made a commitment to myself to write something at least once a day. There were days when I wasn’t motivated or inspired to write, but the act of doing something, even if only a few sentences, caused my creative juices to >rz/$#vkh#vdlg1##Dw#wlphv/#lw#would be my intention to write one or two paragraphs and then L#zrxog#jhw#lqwr#d#zulwlqj#>rz#and knock out a chapter or two. During the writing process, I constantly reminded myself that ‘small wins are still wins.’” And it ended with a rewarding result: Hg^AZiirMahn`amZmZ Mbf^3,)=ZrlmhZAZiib^kRhnjoined the Amazon Bestselling Author list within a day of its release. Now, Gapere is in the process of planning Women Winning Now-London on November 3, a one-day women’s empowerment summit she founded with two friends that has hosted sold-out summits in Miami and Toronto. To learn more, visit www.rochel-legapere.com. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 17 #6:*/(t4&--*/(t."/"(&.&/5 $JOEZ.J[F]1SFTJEFOU t$JOEZ!.JBNJ$BQJUBM1SPQFSUJFTDPN $PNNFSDJBM*OWFTUNFOUTBOE3FTJEFOUJBM3FBM&TUBUF,FZ#JTDBZOF .*".*$"1*5"-1301&35*&4 Date High Tide Low Tide Sunrise/Sunset Moonriseu. Jul 19 2:19 AM 2:57 PM 8:24 AM 8:51 PM 6:40 AM 8:13 PM 1:24 PMFri. Jul 20 3:13 AM 3:57 PM 9:22 AM 9:51 PM 6:41 AM 8:12 PM 2:20 PMSat. Jul 21 4:09 AM 4:58 PM 10:19 AM 10:49 PM 6:41 AM 8:12 PM 3:14 PMSun. Jul 22 5:06 AM 5:56 PM 11:13 AM 11:43 PM 6:42 AM 8:11 PM 4:08 PMMon. Jul 23 6:01 AM 6:49 PM ----------12:03 PM 6:42 AM 8:11 PM 5:00 PMTue. Jul 24 6:52 AM 7:36 PM 12:32 AM 12:50 PM 6:43 AM 8:11 PM 5:52 PMWed. Jul 25 7:38 AM 8:18 PM 1:18 AM 1:34 PM 6:43 AM 8:10 PM 6:41 PMu. Jul 26 8:22 AM 8:58 PM 2:01 AM 2:16 PM 6:44 AM 8:10 PM 7:28 PM Photography & Computer Classest We can help you take the “mystery” out of your computer. Learn Photoshop, how to create and edit movies from your computer and MORE!t IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME.tTraining in oce programs and Powerpoint presentations is also available.tOne-in-one or group classes are available.More than 15 years of experience in the photography and computer elds. Call Leo (formerly of Bristol’s Camera) at 305-804-5771 for more information. Lunch with an Author Building personal happiness one day at a time If you goWhat: Lunch with an AuthorWho: Rochelle Gapere, author of One Happy Thought at a Time: 30 Days to a Happier YouWhere: Community Center Island RoomWhen: Today at noon written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com Gapere International Hispanic Theatre Festival presents free event at KBCC Teatro Avante presents El Gato y La Gaviota at the Community Center July 21. Photo courtesy VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNE If you goWhat: Free performance of El Gato (I.!{kyqlWho: Teatro Avante Where: Community Center Island RoomWhen: Saturday at 5 p.m.

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • #tasteofkeybiscayne THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 18 # tasteoeybiscayne At RUMBAR, mixologist helps make a stay at the Ritz magical The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami is more than a resort – it’s a place where guests create special experiences set against the gorgeous backdrop of the Atlantic beach. And at the heart of enjoyment for guests and locals alike is RUMBAR, which transports guests into a 1940s Havana-style bar and lounge with a new transforma-wlrq1#Wkh#xsgdwhg#vsdfh#qrz#r
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Q: Where do you live now? A: Coral Gables Q: How did you get your start in the culinary industry? A: I started almost 20 years ago working as a bartender in dif-ferent bars and clubs in Coconut Grove. Q: What is your “secret to success?” A: Truly loving what you do gives your guests a sense of honesty and sincerity on how you serve and engage with them. Q: What’s your proudest moment in your career? A: I think it would have been creating the cocktails for our restaurant Lightkeepers and being part of the bar opening team. Q: Any funny or embarrassing stories you can share? A: A couple years ago, I was extremely busy and as I was shaking a martini in the shaking glass, it totally slipped, and I soaked a guest with vodka. Luckily, they were not upset. Q: What do you love most about your career? A: Putting a smile on our guest’s face and creating guests for life. Q: If you had to choose one meal, what would it be? A: #Gh=qlwho|#fhylfkh1# Q: If you had to make a cocktail for yourself, what would be your favorite recipe? A: My favorite cocktail to make and drink is a rum old fashion. Q: What is your favorite junk food or comfort food? A: Shake Shack Q: Is there any food you absolutely don’t like? A: Pickles Q: What do you like to do in your free time? A: I love to play golf and spend time with my 5-month-old daughter. Q: What’s your favorite part about working in Key Biscayne? A: The drive into the Key and fr
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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM My perfect day is enjoying the pleasures of our Island Paradise with my husband Donnie Hall and kids Mikey and Carolina. We are blessed to have so many world-class restaurants and businesses!A perfect day starts with a glorious 5K walk through Bill Baggs. We live at the end of the Key and have the pleasure to walk right next door to the park. We pass Boater’s Grill and walk the long, shaded path under a canopy of trees. We slow to practice “Forrest Bathing,” the healing way of qt)€,€y)^the medicine of being in €d9#"in Japan and is a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing. We sponsored a bench that looks out to Stiltsville and reads “our escape into nature,” and we often stop to chat with Art Yerian, park manager, and Lu Dodson, assistant manager. A perfect day includes showing beautiful homes on the Key. As a Realtor for 25-plus years, I’ve watched the island change dramatically and still feel a pull on my heart whenever another Mackle makes way for a mansion. Luckily, there are still many second-generation islanders to continue “Key Rat” traditions. At lunch our go-to is Origin at Key Colony Plaza. Owner Lena Sumonthee makes )#dyspecials are wonderful, and the menu can be adjusted to )dŒ"`yI stop by the Chamber, where I have the honor of being 2018 Chair. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 20 calendar THUR /JULY 19 ENGLISH CONVERSATION CIRCLELooking to practice your English or improve your English-speaking abilities? Join the Key Biscayne Branch Library’s weekly conversa-tion group from 10:30-11:30 a.m. LUNCH WITH AN AUTHORJoin the Key Biscayne Community #5author as they discuss their latest works and sign copies of their dy~Rochelle Gapere, presenting her book One Happy Thought at a Time: 30 Days to a Happier You. y" is sponsored by the Village of Key Biscayne. Please register in advance at the front desk to secure a spot.MOVIES AT THE VILLAGEyy)"^ The Leisure Seeker will be shown at 1:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne Community Center. CONGRESSIONAL DEBATEy."tG)#co-host a District 27 U.S. Con-gressional Debate with candidates Matt Haggman, Michael Hepburn, David Richardson, Kristen Rosen Gonzalez and Donna Shalala from 6:30-9 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 2750 McFarlane Road. Michael Putney will be the lead moderator.TOWERS BRIDGEy)yy#G))7 p.m. For reservations, call Judy Reinach at 305-361-9562.AA WOMAN’S MEETINGyŒ~is at 8 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Community Church.RISING MOON ZEN MEDITATIONSit in silence and quiet your mind. yJ]GHtLp.m. at the Miami Meditation Center, 260 Crandon Boulevard, Idyis $10. Instruction is provided for beginners. For more information, contact Bill at 786-218-6332 or email bill@kbzen.org FRI /JULY 20 ROTARY CLUBym)G))meets at 7:30 a.m. at the Key Biscayne Yacht Club. Breakfast is $17, payable at the door.ADULT TRIP: BINGO AT MICCOS-UKEE RESORTHead to the Miccosukee Resort for a matinee of High Stakes Bingo. Join the fun and excitement at the huge 1,000 plus seat High Stakes Bingo Hall, followed by 8")dy9:30 a.m. from the Key Biscayne Community Center. Please contact m()Ityinformation at 305-365-8953.TALKING IS TEACHINGEnjoy stories, songs and activities DDtDD]GCddthe Key Biscayne Branch Library. OPEN AA SPEAKER’S MEETINGOpen AA Speaker’s Meeting is at 8:30 p.m. at St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church. SAT /JULY 21 FARMER’S MARKETyG)))Church Farmer’s Market is from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.CHABAD SATURDAY SERVICESJoin the Chabad, 101 Harbor Drive, to celebrate good times and pray with your fellow residents during tough times. Share family yarzheits and loved ones’ stories. yLddm~I^DCdd"DD]GHddGdya friendly atmosphere, delicious kiddish and a whiskey bar. No membership is needed, and all are welcome.FAMILY SEAGRASS ADVENTUREJoin the Marjory Stoneman Doug-las Biscayne Nature Center in Crandon Park’s north end from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for a Seagrass Adven-d€Œ#and release some of the unique marine animals that live in the 5G))d€# ralist guides on this child-friendly adventure (ages 6 and up). Res-ervations are required by calling FCHtFIDtIJIJ^(DDLd€y…DGdARTS & CRAFTSGet creative and join the Key Biscayne Branch Library for some DDtDD]GCa.m.HISPANIC THEATRE FAMILY EVENTi€ 33rd International 6y,"Q ami ^€ ".(I.!{ky and the Seagull) will be presented )y" )dy#story of a baby seagull being cared for by four cats, and the commit-ment of one of them to teach her 9)dy"partnership with the Key Biscayne Community Foundation and the Village of Key Biscayne and is at 5 p.m. in the Key Biscayne Commu-nity Center Island Room. It is free d€AA OPEN DISCUSSIONAA holds an Open Discussion at 8 p.m. at Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church, 160 Harbor Drive. SUN /JULY 22 TAI CHI/QI GONG,yjl.K]FCtL]FCdd9of the Key Biscayne Community Center.OPEN AA BEGINNER’S MEETINGAn Open AA Beginner’s Meeting is in Room 120 of Village Hall at 7 p.m. y#^ merce Chair Paola Padovan from Padovan Realty shared her local favorites. THINGS I LOVE TO DO Paola PadovanWhat is her perfect day? PERFECT DAY START THE DAY END OF DAY If it’s Friday, we visit bartender and legend Geno Marron at Dune in the beautiful Ritz-Carlton. He makes the world’s greatest Pina Colada. y#’Club, where generations have gathered since the ‘50s for “Friday Nighters.” We catch up with friends and neighbors while enjoying a gorgeous sunset. Manager Darren Betz is always there to greet members and guests. It’s a home away from home! MON /JULY 23 TALKING IS TEACHINGEnjoy stories, songs and activities for toddlers from 11-11:30 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Branch Library.CLOSED AA STEP MEETINGyqQat St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 8 p.m.AL-ANON IN SPANISHy#theld in Spanish every Monday at 8 p.m. at Albertson Hall in St. Agnes Church. TUE /JULY 24 MERCY HOSPITALJoin Mercy Hospital as they cel-ebrate the Blessing and Ribbon Cutting of their newly renovated QjqH]FCtJp.m. Appetizers and refreshments will be served. RSVP to 305-860-GICKdRISING MOON ZEN MEDITATIONSit in silence and quiet your mind. yJ]GHtLp.m. at Miami Meditation Center, 260 Crandon Boulevard, suite 6. y…DCand instruction is provided for beginners. For more information, contact Bill at 786-218-6332 or bill@kbzen.org.CLOSED AA MEN’S MEETINGyQ~Q8 p.m. in Room 120 of Village Hall.AL-ANON MEETINGytIGat the Key Biscayne Community Church at 8 p.m. WED /JULY 25 THE CRAFTY NEEDLE SEWING .m\i€Join this group of busy bees as )€85dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. y tion, stimulate senses and memo-ry, and exercise hand muscles. No #(d€ygroup meets at 12:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne )d€WEIGHT WATCHERSyG))ŒŒweekly meeting is at noon at the University of Miami Rosenstiel q^GICCmCauseway, room 103. For more information, contact Sally Brody at FCHtLEItKHGKdMEDITATION GROUPy9qgroup meets at 6:30 p.m. Join others in your community for a relaxing evening of meditation 9G))Branch Library. For information, FCHtFIDtIDFGdCLOSED AA BIG BOOK MEETINGyQis at the Key Biscayne Community Church at 8 p.m.

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THE ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2018 PAGE 22 beachcombings Members of the American Legion Auxiliary.The Emerald Society of South Florida.Members of the Key Biscayne Rotary Club. Grand Marshal Jim Eraso. Photos by LEO QUINTANA/Islander News Happy 4th of July! Plenty of Key Biscayne friends and neighbors turned out to enjoy the 4th of July Parade and the Rotary July 4 Picnic this Independence Day.Joyce Olivera. Austin Tellam and John Secada. Police Chief Charles Press, Jaden Yerian and Lieutenant Pete Zayas. Michele Estevez. Dean Holderman and Meg Holderman.Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay and Austin Tellam. Marilyn Kreisberg and Marilyn Myles.

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