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SINCE 1966 • VOLUME 51, NO. 40 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 • $1.25 Islander News T here’s no easy way to work into this, so here it goes. After 15 years of working at your Islander News, the last four as editor, Kelly Josephson is leaving us to pursue an opportunity in a written by Justo Rey Islander News Publisher The Islander News (USPS #7287) Oct. 4, 2018 Volume 51, No. 40 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. gl
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 2 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 Right now, Caplan said, “It’s in limbo” as the purchase agreement faced opposition from Miami-Dade County Commis-sioners, who must approve the deal. Dw#wkh#Frxqflo!v#=uvw#exgjhw# hearing September 11, Caplan said the Village’s proposal to buy the lot from the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department for $1.4 million had been on a September 5 County Commission agenda, sponsored by Xavier Suarez, who represents the Key. However, “There was a lot of adverse discussion by the Commission, and there was some private chatter about why that was,” said Caplan, who has led negotiations for the Village and was at the commission meeting. “I guess the way I would think to say it is ‘Commission politics,’ and Commissioner Suarez ulti-mately withdrew the item with a commitment from [County] Mayor [Carlos] Gimenez to work rq#lw#dqg#=qg#d#zd|#wr#eulqj#lw#back.” Caplan said he and other Village representatives plan to reconvene with the County negotiating team and representatives from Jlphqh}!v#r?fh1 “WASD is still behind this. We’ve got a negotiated deal. We’re ready to close. Everyone knows that,” Caplan said. Therefore, he said, speculation has it that the Village’s item may have temporarily fallen victim to Commission politics. He said one Commissioner who opposed the plan is simply ideologically opposed to this type of transaction, while another had questions that appeared to be based on inaccurate information. He said he and other members of the Village’s team stand ready to answer the questions factually. “This had principally to do with how the valuation was reached,” Caplan added, “but speculation is that it may be about our item, and it may be about something else.” Caplan said he’ll keep the Council updated as negotiations continue. The Village has leased the 22,000-square-foot lot at 85 West Enid Drive from the County for years, essentially using it for free iru#vwd<#sdunlqj1#Doprvw#d#ghfdgh#djr/#Yloodjh#r?fldov#vwduwhg#working with the County to acquire the lot, at one point even reviewing plans for a three-story parking garage on the property. The lot can only be used for a governmental purpose. The Council actually approved the terms of the purchase back in 2016, but since then, County Attorneys raised issues and the item faced delays in getting before the Commission. Now, as Caplan said, the Village is heading back to the negotiating table in krshv#ri#=qdol}lqj#wkh#ghdo1 Frank Caplan is Key Biscayne’s Vice Mayor. • Invisalign • Braces • Orthodontic for Children, Teens and Adults • Family Dentistry • Roots Canals • Implants • Full Mouth Reconstruction • One Visit Crowns Call us for the Back to School Specials. Dr. VIRGINIA BOCAGE Specialist in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics -HARVARD UNIVERSITYDr. LUCIANA MOLINARI Advanced Education In General Dentistry -UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAwww.kbsmiles.com www.bocageortho.com 604 CRANDON BLVD STE 205, KB (305) 361 8695 YOUR QUESTION ANSWERED Wkh#sursrvdo#wr#ex|#wkh#Yloodjh#Kdoo#vwd<#sdunlqj#orw#kdv#ehhq#durxqg#iru#|hduv1#Zkdw!v#wkh#krogxsB Txhvwlrq#dqvzhuhg#e|FRANK CAPLAN

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 4 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance will be considered on Second Reading by the Village Council of the Village of Key Biscayne at a meeting to be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber, located at 560 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne, Florida: AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE COUNCILOF THE VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA (“VILLAGE”), AMENDING THE VILLAGE CODE BY AMENDING CHAPTER 23 “RETIREMENT,” SECTION 23-35 “CONTRIBUTIONS,” TO PROVIDE THAT THE PLAN WILL CONTINUE TO MEET STATUTORY MINIMUM BENEFITS AND STANDARDS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE The proposed Ordinance may be inspected by the public at the Office of the Village Clerk. Interested parties may appear at the Public Hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed Ordinances. Any person wishing to address the Village Council on any item at this Public Hearing is asked to register with the Village Clerk prior to that item being heard.In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, all persons who are disabled and who need special accommodations to participate in this proceeding because of that disability should contact the Office of the Village Clerk, 88 West McIntyre Street, Suite 220, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149, telephone number (305) 365-5506, not later than two business days prior to such proceeding.Should any person desire to appeal any decision of the Village Council with respect to any matter to be considered at this meeting, that person shall insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made including all testimony and evidence upon which any appeal may be based (F.S. 286.0105).Comments of any interested party relative to this matter may be submitted in writing and or presented in person at the public hearing. Jennifer Medina, CMC Village Clerk VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNEOffice of the Village Clerk Council adopts $34.3 million budget, tax rate of 3.1 mills Village Council members nudged the Key’s tax rate up from 3.0 to 3.1 mills in approving a $34.3 million operating budget and over $4 million in capital projects for Fiscal Year 2019, which runs October 1-September 30, 2019. The tax rate change means the owner of a $1 million home will pay another $100 on the local portion of the tax bill. Village Manager Andrea Agha nlfnhg#r<#wkh#vhfrqg#exgjhw#hearing September 25 with a 3.25 rate, which would yield an ad-ditional $2.5 million in revenue. Orfdo#ohdghuv#kdg#vhw#wkh#=jxuh#dw#wkh#=uvw#exgjhw#khdulqj#Vhs tember 11, but said the move was dlphg#dw#>h{lelolw|##lw#lv#hdv|#wr#lower the rate at the second read-ing, but would take a complicated and costly process to raise it. On the 25th, Agha said the rate would cover a $34.3 million operating budget that provides for all essential services; meets contractual obligations under new collective bargaining agreements; provides cost of living and merit udlvhv#iru#holjleoh#vwd<>#dqg#pruh1#The Islander News will report on each departmental budget in detail in the weeks ahead. The higher rate would also provide just over $2 million in excess revenue over expenditures that could be used along with a Working Capital Reserve transfer ($1.73 million), Safe Routes to School grant ($84,000) and loan proceeds ($236,000) to cover the Capital Improvements Plan. However, Council members were able to make some tweaks to wkh#FLS#dw#wkh#=qdo#khdulqj#wr#jhw#wkh#udwh#grzq#wr#614#ploov##zkloh#still adding some funding for crucial tasks. Council member Gary Gross did make the case for a slightly higher increase to 3.2 mills, citing pension obligations, the desire for a cushion in case unfore-seen factors shrink the current surplus, and the likelihood that another $100 per $1 million in value wouldn’t burden most residents. Others disagreed. Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay said the Village is in transition and she wants to ehwwhu#gh=qh#surmhfwv/#dqg#Frxq cil member Luis de la Cruz said he doesn’t want money sitting lq#Yloodjh#fr$#the Council added $60,000 for engineering drawings. Council member Gary Gross added Bear Cut Bridge to the list: “There isn’t anything we’ve talk-ed about or will talk about that’s as important as the Bear Cut Bridge,” he said, noting previous studies stated it would fail in a Category 2 or above hurricane. “We would be done. I think we need to fund another engineering study to see what conditions this bridge is in.” The Council directed Public Works Director Jake Ozyman to develop a plan for a study. Council members also reviewed and approved the CIP projects proposed by Agha. She recommended a new Renewal and Replacement program to start setting aside funding yearly to pay for large scheduled projects like vehicle purchases and building maintenance. This year, she suggested a $515,000 program that covers Community Center equipment and facilities, =uh#idflolwlhv/#LW#htxlsphqw/#public safety vehicles, Village Hall facilities and camera/card reader upgrades, and Village Hall server upgrades. Agha also focused on including projects to which the Village is already obligated by contract: $450,000 for an underground utilities master plan, $145,000 in matching funds for Safe Routes to School work and $375,000 for written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com Tax rate highlights• Tax rate goes from 3.0 to 3.1 mills • That means property owners pay another $100 per $1 million of property value • Key Biscayne’s rate is the lowest in Miami-Dade Coun-ty for communities providing 8t" See TAX RATE on page 5

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 5 Betty C. Portuondo 305.361.5722 BUSINESS305.361.6555 FAX 305.469.7147 CELL BETBOOP2018@GMAIL.COM REALTOR ASSOCIATE PREVIEWS PROPERTY SPECIALIST 2018 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker is a registered trademark of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An equal opportunity company. Equal housing opportunity. Operated by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. BEST 565 Harbor DrThoughtfully designed custom built home situated on an oversized corner lot. This 5 bedroom, 5 bath house is ideal for family and entertaining. Enjoy the formal dining room and gourmet kitchen or relax on the terrace and in the pool area. Features vaulted ceilings, open oor plan and two-car garage 1121 Crandon Apt. D1107Enjoy direct ocean and magni cent Bill Baggs views from this totally remodeled waterfront apartment. Spacious 2 bedrooms, 2 baths at desirable Towers Condominium. Full amenities: heated pools, 2 tennis courts, gym, beauty salon, guard and attended lobby. FOR RENT SOLD oljkwlqj#wkh#=hog#dqg#frxuw#dw#wkh#Nh|#Elvfd|qh#N0;#Fhqwhu1 Dqrwkhu#surmhfw#zdv#dgghg# edvhg#rq#Frxqflo#lqsxw#Vhswhpehu#44=#Wkh#'4136#ploolrq#frqvwuxfwlrq#ri#d#sdun#dw#863#Fudqgrq#Erx0ohydug1#Frxqflo#phpehuv#qrwhg#wkh|#douhdg|#kdyh#d#ghvljq#ds0suryhg#iru#wkh#surmhfw/#vr#wkh|!uh#uhdg|#wr#pryh#iruzdug#zlwk#frqvwuxfwlrq#gudzlqjv#dqg#elgv1 Rwkhu#FLS#surmhfwv#lqfoxgh#d# olfhqvh#sodwh#uhdghu#iru#Fudqgrq#erxohydug/#edoolvwlf#yhvwv#iru#srolfh/#srolfh#vriwzduh#dqg#rshu0dwlqj#v|vwhp#xsjudghv#dqg#HPV#htxlsphqw#iru#wkh#=uh#ghsduw0phqw1 Krzhyhu/#wkhuh#zhuh##zlvk#olvw$# lwhpv#wkdw#zhuh#uhpryhg#gxh#wr#lqdghtxdwh#ixqglqj=# Ghvljq#iru#Frppxqlw|#Fhqwhu# h{sdqvlrq#+'<:8/333,/#dowkrxjk#wkhuh#lv#ixqglqj#lq#wkh#rshudwlqj#exgjhw#wr#frqwlqxh#zlwk#frqfhs0 wxdo#sodqqlqj PDVW#Dfdghp|#wxui#uhsodfh0 phqw#+'958/333,/#d#surmhfw#iru#zklfk#wkh#Frxqflo#lv#dffuxlqj#ixqglqj#|hdu#diwhu#|hdu#dqg#zklfk#Shwurv#vxjjhvwhg#dgglqj#wr#Uh0qhzdo#dqg#Uhsodfhphqw Gxqh#uhvwrudwlrq#+'433/333,/# iru#zklfk#Shqd#Olqgvd|#vxjjhvwhg#vhhnlqj#vwdwh#prqh| Djkd#vdlg#wkrvh#surmhfwv#zrq!w# odqjxlvk1#Vkh#vdlg#sodqv#wr#gudiw#d##5373#Ylvlrq#Sodq$#zloo#khos#wkh#Frxqflo#suhsduh#iru#ixwxuh#sulrul 0 wlhv=##Wkh#5373#ylvlrqlqj#surfhvv#dqg#vwudwhjlf#sodqqlqj#h{huflvh#zloo#khos#wkh#Yloodjh#pruh#fohduo|#gh=qh#orqj0whup#fdslwdo#lpsuryh 0 phqw#surmhfw#vfrshv/#sulrulwl}dwlrq#dqg#surmhfw#vhtxhqflqj/$#vkh#vdlg1##Zlwk#wklv#lqirupdwlrq/#zh#fdq#ghyhors#ghwdlohg#zrunsodqv#dqg#ixqglqj#vwudwhjlhv#wr#ghyhors#d#=yh0|hdu#FLS1$ Vkh#vdlg#wkh#Fdslwdo#Lpsuryh0 phqw#Hohphqw#ri#wkh#Yloodjh!v#Pdvwhu#Sodq#zloo#eh#suhvhqwhg#wr#wkh#Frxqflo#iru#dssurydo#wklv#Qryhpehu1# continued from 4 TAX RATE Repairs and restoration underway at Hobie Island and Virginia Key beaches Zrun#lv#xqghuzd|#rq#d#Pl0 dpl0Gdgh#Frxqw|#uhsdlu#dqg#uhvwrudwlrq#surmhfw#dw#Krelh#Lvodqg#dqg#Ylujlqld#Nh|#ehdfkhv#rq#wkh#vrxwk#vlgh#ri#wkh#Ulfnhq0edfnhu#Fdxvhzd|1 Wkh#zrun#vkrxog#qrw#kdyh#dq# lpsdfw#rq#wud?f1 Dffruglqj#wr#Frxqw|#r?fldov/# #Wkh#Ulfnhqedfnhu#Fdxvhzd|#Krelh#Lvodqg#dqg#Ylujlqld#Nh|#vkruholqh#zdv#vhyhuho|#lpsdfwhg#e|#Kxuulfdqh#Lupd/#fdxvlqj#hurvlrq#dqg#dvvrfldwhg#gdpdjh1#Wkh#h{lvwlqj#idflolwlhv#kdyh#h{sh0ulhqfhg#plqru#wr#khdy|#hurvlrq/#uhvxowlqj#lq#d#uhgxfwlrq#wr#wkh#ehdfk#vdqg#dqg#xqghuplqlqj#vkruholqh#uhyhwphqw/#urdgzd|v#dqg#sdunlqj1# #Wklv#surmhfw#zloo#uhvwruh#wkh# duhd#wr#lwv#suh0vwrup#frqglwlrq/#dv#zhoo#dv#plwljdwlrq#zrun#wr#r
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 6 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 MIKE DAVEY FOR MAYORProtecting Key Biscayne We Are A Better Community When We Work Together MikeforKBMayor.com MikeDforKB@gmail.com P aid for by the Campaign Account for Michael W Davey COMMITTED TO OUR BEACHES Fixing our will take a coordinated effort with other Municipalities, the County and the State. We Need a Mayor Who Is Proven To Be Able to Work With Others to Solve Problems. Mike has experience ghting to protect Key Biscayne’s interests with respect to the dredging of Government Cut and dumping of tunnel debris on Virginia Key. COMMITTED TO OUR SCHOOLS Our schools are good, but we can make them better by working with Miami-Dade Public Schools and seeking new opportunities for our children. We need a Mayor with a proven record of advancing Key Biscayne’s education needs. Mike, as the Chair of the Education Advisory Board, has worked to enhance our public schools and build relationships with local principals and school board of cials. COMMITTED TO OUR INFRASTRUCTURE Underground utilities, new storm water pumps and back ow preventers are all great initiatives. We need a Mayor who has experience with large scale public works projects. Mike, as the Chair of the Underground Utilities Task Force, has worked extensively on the project to install sewers throughout the Village. COMMITTED TO IMPROVING OUR QUALITY OF LIFE Traf c, parking and basic civility on our roads are problems demanding solutions. We need more than just hiring consultants to nd ways to resolve the problems. Mike pushed for residents to be allowed to request speed bumps and other traf c control devices. Redwood tree apparently killed on purpose Key Biscayne Code Enforcement and Police recently investigated a sad incident on Redwood Lane: A large tree that had stood for a quarter of a century was appar-ently intentionally damaged and will need to be removed. Fklhi#Frgh#Hqirufhphqw#R?fhu# Mike Mila remarked, “It seems to be that someone damaged the tree on purpose. We don’t have proof because we didn’t catch anyone in the act, but when I went onsite to inspect it, it almost looked like someone had drilled into the root base and made several half-inch diameter holes. The arborist indicated they may have the poisoned the roots.” Mila said the tree appeared to be over 25 years old, and the gdpdjh#zdv#wrr#vljql=fdqw#iru#it to survive: “Unfortunately, it dried out and died,” he said. Sxeolf#Zrunv#r?fldov#zloo#orrn# into removing and replacing the tree, he said, but it will likely be tough to bring the perpetrator to justice. He said both Code Enforcement dqg#NESG#r?fldov#uhvsrqghg#wr#investigate and spoke to residents in the area, but no one had any information. Also, he noted, because it probably took a long time for the tree to die – meaning the actual crime occurred a long time ago – surveillance footage from any video cameras in the area is not likely to help. “Unfortunately, it’s very dif=fxow#wr#slqsrlqw#vrphrqh/$#kh#said. Mila said anyone who has information about the tree’s death should call the police at 305-365-5555 or Code Enforcement at 305-365-5511. Iluh0Uhvfxh#Ghsduwphqw#r1jry and click on the “Fire-Rescue” tab under De-sduwphqwv#)#Vhuylfhv#wr#=qg#wkh# online registration portal. Sign up there and email proof of residency (utility bill, lease, etc.) to j millhuCnh|elvfd|qh1>1jry with your name, phone and the date of the class you wish to attend. For non-residents, there is a $25 fee that can be sent to: Key Biscayne Fire Rescue Department, Attn: Fire Administration – CPR, 560 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne, FL 33419.Participants uhfhlyh#d#wzr0|hdu#fhuwl=fdwlrq1# Classes last three to four hours. Participants should bring a sweater and snack. Srolfh#surprwh#d#fdpsdljq#djdlqvw#wh{wlqj#zkloh#gulylqj The Key Biscayne Police are promoting safer roadways through the “Put It Down” campaign, which encourages residents to =jkw#glvwudfwhg#gulylqj#dqg#wr#always put down their cell phone when behind the wheel. The KBPD reached out to the public with information about the dangers of texting while driving and other distracted driving behavior. For one thing, they noted teens whose parents drive distracted are two to four times as likely to also drive distracted themselves: “A new study by the University of Michigan Transportation Re-search Institute and Toyota Motor Vdohv#XVD#Lqf1#vkrzv#d#vljql=fdqw#correlation between parent and teen driving distraction behav-iors, suggesting that parents play dq#lq>xhqwldo#uroh#lq#prgholqj#risky behavior on the road,” according to information from the KBPD. Some alarming stats include: • Nearly one in 10 parents and 20 percent of teens respond to a text once or more every time they drive. • 13 percent of parents and 30 percent of teens read a text or email once or more while driving. • 10 percent of parents and 20 percent of teens admit they have extended, multi-message text conversations while driv-ing. • 12 percent of parents and half of teens say they search for music on a portable music player while driving. • More than one in 10 teens say they update or check social media while driving. Police encourage residents to take the “No-Texting Pledge” at fdotmiamidade.com/putitdown. written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 7 THECOTOGROUP.COM | INFO@THECOTOGROUP.COM rrrnr The Coto Group, with over four decades of real estate experience, is one of Miami’s leading luxury real estate advisors and the single most experienced real estate group on Key Biscayne. Please contact us if you are interested in buying, selling or learning more about the real estate market. We look forward to working with you! ‹00;9,,,21(6RWKHE\V,QWHUQDWLRQDO5HDOW\OLFHQVHGUHDOHVWDWHEURNHU6RWKHE\V,QWHUQDWLRQDO5HDOW\ŠLVDOLFHQVHGWUDGHPDUNWR6RWKHE\V,QWHUQDWLRQDO5HDOW\$IOLDWHV//&$Q(TXDO2SSRUWXQLW\&RPSDQ\(TXDO+RXVLQJ2SSRUWXQLW\(DFK2IFHLV,QGHSHQGHQWO\2ZQHGDQG2SHUDWHG7KHLQIRUPDWLRQFRQWDLQHGKHUHLQLVGHHPHGDFFXUDWHEXWQRWJXDUDQWHHG3ULFHVDUHVXEMHFWWRFKDQJHZLWKRXWQRWLFH Carlos Coto305.803.3059ccoto@onesothebysrealty.com Claudine Coto Knautz305.389.6229claudine@onesothebysrealty.com Victor Coto305.942.4452vcoto@onesothebysrealty.com Lake Villa | PH-3 $8,000/Seasonal 3 beds | 3 baths Ocean Club, Ocean Tower | #1005 $12,000/Seasonal 3 beds | 3 baths 600 N Mashta Drive $10,500/Seasonal 4 beds | 3 baths | Annual Towers of Key Biscayne | #A-702 $7,000/Seasonal 2 beds | 2 baths Key Colony, Tidemark | #524$5,000/Mo 2 beds | 2 baths Ocean Club, Ocean Tower I #1503 $3,499,000 3 beds + staff | 4/1 baths Ocean Club, Resort Villa I #307 $990,000 or $5,200/Mo 2 beds | 2 baths Ocean Club, Ocean Tower I #1506 $2,650,000 3 beds + staff | 3 baths 3 beds | 3 baths Ocean Club, Ocean Tower II #504 $2,200,000 Key Colony | #267 $4,500/Mo 3 beds | 2 baths Key Colony, Emerald Bay | #433 $1,950,000 4 beds + staff + den | 4 baths $2,190,000 378 Caribbean Road 3 beds | 3 baths Casa del Mar | #10-C $1,425,000 or $4,900/Mo 2 beds + den | 2 baths Mar Azul | #7BS $1,399,000 3 beds | 3 baths Ocean Club Cabanas Ocean Club Residents Only Cabana #606 | $255,000 Cabana #851 | $185,000

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 8 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 A recent issue of the Miami Herald ran a head line that read, “Will Puerto Rico’s Grid Survive Another Storm?” An immediate thought came to mind. How about something closer to home? That headline would read, “Will the Virginia Key Sewage Treatment Plant Survive the Next Hurricane?” Miami-Dade bowed to political pressure years ago when North Miami protests made building a sewage treatment plant there politically untenable. So they looked for an easier, out of the way, less controversial place: lonely and undeveloped Virginia Key. After all, this spoil island was already being used as a garbage dump for all kinds of debris and waste. Key Biscayne was not yet incorporated and apparently qr#h
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 9 Stores don’t seem to think it’s too early to get ready for Halloween – we’ll admit to grabbing a few bags of fun-size candy and NOT saving them for trick-or-treaters – so why should the rest of us? Now that we’ve turned the calendar page to October, we’re getting excited for Key Biscayne’s favorite spooky events – and we hope to see everyone else joining in on the fun. Here are three things we’d like to see this week: Sponsors getting creative – with a spooky twist The Friends of Cape Florida are prepping for this year’s Haunted Hike at Bill Baggs. For the second year, the event will provide South Floridians with a safe, fun Halloween activity the weekend before trick-or-treating. This year’s hike is October 19 and 20, and sponsors can either create a “spooky scenario” along the hiking route – think scary costumes, eerie props and plenty of dry ice! – or support anything from bounce houses to a face painting booth to glow necklaces that will be handed out to kids. Last year’s event was a big success, and it’s all for a great cause. The Friends of Fdsh#Iorulgd#lv#d#qrqsur=w#wkdw#vxssruwv#a variety of projects within Bill Baggs, from trail maintenance to seawall repair to programming. So, we hope local busi-nesses and organizations are ready to watch some scary movies for inspiration, head to the Halloween store and get out their checkbooks to join in the fun. Anyone who’s ready to be part of a “ghoul cause” can contact Park Manager Art Yerian at duw1|huldqCghs1vwdwh1>1xv or 305-361-8779. Support for a Halloween party that speaks to our hearts If the Key Biscayne Rotary Club is involved in an event, you can count on it to be a good time and to sup-port a great cause. This Halloween, the club that sponsors Spring Fest and the July 4 Picnic is hosting an event that is especially near and dear to the hearts of members and the community: The in-augural Eric P. Verbeeck Journey of Hope Schools Masquerade/Halloween Party is Saturday, October 27 at the Key Biscayne Beach Club. Eric’s father, Peter, is a longtime Rotarian; and the entire family – Eric’s mother Patricia and brother Michael – have volunteered for club events. When Eric passed away earlier this year at age 17, heartbroken Rotarians memorialized the teen as a consummate volunteer with a gentle heart, deep social consciousness, and the ability to lift others up and bring them joy. So, it’s appropriate that the event held in Eric’s honor will support Journey of Hope Schools in Ghana, West Africa and Haiti. We hope a huge crowd turns out to be a sduw#ri#wklv#idqwdvwlf#hyhqw1##\rx#fdq#=qg#out how at rotaryclubofkeybiscayne.org. A zombie invasion on the KeyOK, not a real Night of the Living Dead – but we consider the Zombie Crawl that Iggy Larrea of Team Key As I close out my last week with The Islander News I want to take the opportunity to say thank you to the community. I have enjoyed working in Key Biscayne, and I will always appreciate the chance to take part in true community journalism. Thank you to everyone who has trusted me with their stories, information, photos, comments, ideas, etc. I understand that it’s a leap of faith to talk to someone knowing that they’re going to take what you say, write about it, and print it for mass con-sumption, and I appreciate all of you who took that leap for me and The Islander Wkdqn#|rx#wr#rxu#dgyhuwlvhuv#iru#|rxu#frq=ghqfh# in the ability of The Islander News to help you market your products and services. We’re grateful that you allow us to be your partner in sharing the wonderful zrun#|rx#gr/#dqg#wkdw#|rx#doorz#rxu#sdjhv#wr#uh>hfw#all aspects of Key Biscayne’s thriving business community. And, most of all, thank you to our readers. Over the years you’ve provided me with a wealth of positive and negative feedback, suggestions, opinions, you name it. The bottom line is that your feedback means you’re paying attention, and I am grateful that I got to work with such an engaged population. L#zloo#gh=qlwho|#plvv#doo#ri#wkrvh#dvshfwv#ri#zrunlqj# at The Islander and the decision to pursue a new rssruwxqlw|#zdv#d#gl?fxow#rqh1 Ever since I was a little girl, being a newspaper reporter is what I wanted to do. I was fortunate to pursue that dream through college and then pro-fessionally for two decades, and I’m glad I had the rssruwxqlw|#wr#zrun#lq#wklv#ixo=oolqj#=hog#iru#vr#orqj1 However, I also came to realize that there are many other avenues to tell people’s stories, and when one was presented to me, it was too good an opportunity to pass up. That is especially true because my family had relocated, and it became increasingly important to me to build my professional life in the community where my husband and I plan to raise our children. While I’m excited to start on this new path, I’m also excited for the future of The Islander News Publisher Justo Rey leads a fantastic team, and they stand ready to guide the newspaper into a bright future. They are 100 percent committed to carrying out The Islander’s mission to inform the community through quality journalism, and they are devoted to being a part of island life by being present at local events and activities. I have enjoyed the over 15 years I spent working for The Islander News and I’m grateful to former owner Anne Owens and former Editor and Publisher Nancye Ray for, all those years ago, giving a Midwesterner who was brand-new to South Florida a chance to work in such a vibrant community as Key Biscayne. As a writer, it’s been great to work in a place with so many positive stories to tell; and on a personal note, it’s been rewarding to get to know the residents and employees of the Village of Key Biscayne. There are countless people on the island doing amazing work on behalf of this community and others, and these have always been my favorite topics to cover. Good luck to the community, and thank you for the chance to help share the stories that make this such a unique place. opinion THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED BY GUEST COLUMNISTS AND IN EDITORIAL CARTOONS DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE OPINION OF THE ISLANDER NEWS. The Life & Times of Key Biscayne, Florida Published every Thursday. Deadlines: Display Advertising 5 p.m. Friday; œ6 F^^Pœ'c R!œH"XC^^Pœ' x8œR!œRœœR! œœXp'hœDœX,œ hœœF'œ'œ^ BAElR[R[~H"ŠlXp~8x"DABVF"‘8p‘R"X,HDDBEJVh5[R"WDAFnDGBnDDDDV,WDAFnDGBnFAFBV8pHR"lR"‹p^[PVCABIHHl8.5xpl"p"lŠ"XP"l8R5[P"x[‹Rh~H8p58R.X8R^ PUBLISHERDl'X&^BD'œ!^EDITORF'DX&^BCœ!^ADVERTISING ACCOUNT EXECUTIVEPœœ[ œX&^BB œœ!^ DESIGNERTheresa Trenkampœœ^SUBSCRIPTIONS,œœŠœX&^BAœœœ!^CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING,œœŠœX&^BAœœœ!^ EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS"œœX!œœ!^BEACHCOMBINGSF'DX&^BCœ!^CALENDAR SUBMISSIONS,œœŠœX&^BAœœœ!^ Thank you! Editorial byKELLY JOSEPHSEN 3 THINGS WE WANT TO SEE HAPPEN THIS WEEK 1 2 3 See 3 THINGS on page 10

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 11 Advice on Aging The worst crime of all – senior exploitation We hear the horror stories of nurses and aides murdering seniors by giving them too much medication or basic neglect (like the reports from the Hollywood Hills facility after Hurricane Irma and some VA nursing homes), but we don’t hear the day-to-day stories of seniors who have lost some cog-nitive function and sign contracts for ridiculous services such as solar power or computer upgrades that they don’t need and won’t be able to use. One 80-year-old client was scammed by two solar com-panies. A sales representative called and told her how she would be contributing to the environ-ment, then sent her a contract to sign. The contract gave the company the right to lien the house in event of a default. Ixuwkhu/#wkh#530|hdu#=qdqflqj#at 4 percent would be added to her property tax bill (none of this was mentioned to the client). The minute the contract was signed they went to the local govern-ment for a permit. The second company used the vdph#phwkrg/#wkhq#=ohg#dqg#received a permit for solar panels. This is the same property where company number one had already received a permit. The town never noticed. An 80-year-old should not be legally obligated for d#530|hdu#=qdqflqj#djuhhphqw#that attaches to her house and property bill. If she or her heirs chose to sell the house, they zrxog#kdyh#wr#sd|#r<#wkh#vrodu#panel contract unless the buyer was willing to take on the extra cost. Another client was exploited by a lawyer. This attorney drafted an irrevocable trust. An irrevocable trust means that whoever owns the assets of the trust gives up all their rights to them and desig-nates “trustee(s)” to manage the trust. The idea is to allow people with some assets to qualify for Medicaid. To qualify for Medicaid, one must be at the “poverty level.” In this case, the attorney draft ed an irrevocable trust, and made himself the “trust protector” and made the client’s two daughters the trustees. However, the trust surwhfwru#kdv#wkh#uljkw#wr#=uh#wkh# trustees – and the opposite is not true. Now, here’s the rub, this couple makes $5,000 monthly with Social Security and pension ehqh=wv)iru#olih$##Wkdw#dprxqwv#to $60,000 annually. That means they will NEVER qualify for Medicaid. Further, this attorney also sold them a $30,000 funeral policy and an annuity. That is doprvw#dozd|v#d#frq>lfw#ri#lqwhu est. Bottom line – you have to be vigilant. When you begin to worry that your loved one is losing some of their cognition, step in. Here are a few indications:• Forgets their passwords • Forgets where they wrote down their password • Forgets to pay bills It’s true we all have these issues from time to time, but if its more riwhq#wkdq#qrw)lw!v#wlph1 Editor’s note: Through her company Parent Your Parents LLC, H. Fran-ces Reaves works with families as they navigate the process of helping aging relatives. She will be sharing advice and answering questions every other week in The Islander G^plZg]h^klfhk^bg_hkfZmbhgat www.parentyourparents.com. To contact her, email hfrancesr@parentyourparents.com. H. FRANCES REAVES Key resident to host night with candidate Donna Shalala Longtime Key Biscayne resident Mayra Vide Perez will host an Evening of Conversation with The Honorable Donna E. Shalala, Democrat Candidate for Florida’s 27th Congressional District, Friday, October 5 from 6-8 p.m. The session is in the Biltmore Party Room at 600 Biltmore Way in Coral Gables. Attendees will have a chance to discuss issues including access to d
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 12 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 Florida State Facts 1845 Year Florida became the 27th state to join the United States of America. 67 Counties in Florida. Each has its own election depart-ment, supervisor and methods for voting and picking dates and times for early voting and election day. The state deadline for voter registration is 29 days before each election. State ofce 6on the Nov. 6 ballot. Oversees agriculture, forestry, emergency preparedness and law enforcement in the agriculture industry – plus vehicle repair shops, charities, dance studios, pawnshops, telemarketers, concealed carry licenses, etc. Miami-Dade Facts 1836 Year the County was founded, and "8d Register Election Department takes registrations until Oct. 9. Get forms at KB Community Center or miamidade.gov/elections, or register online at www.RegisterTo-VoteFlorida.gov. Sample Ballot Find “Complete Sample Ballot” PDF link at www.miamidade.gov/elections. KB is Precinct 051; Districts are: U.S. Congress D-27, State Senate D-37, State House D-112 and School Board D-6. Key Biscayne Facts 1991 Year the Village was incorporated, and "68d Public Library Voter registration forms and help avail-able Monday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday noon-8 p.m., Thurs-day-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. They will mail forms for free. Sample Ballot ))d9d"z"92018 – Municipal.” Races include U.S. Congress, Florida House/Senate, judges, Florida constitutional amendments, County referendums. USE YOUR VOICE m")^)6)\LHdd` continued from 8 COMMENTARY rnrr r n nn n  €‚ƒ n‚ ‚ €‚ƒ n„ƒ ‚   n…†  ‡ˆ ‰„Š n‹† Realizing the Power of Potential Œ€‚  Œ       nnn €‚ƒ‚„ rr‚…‚€‚„‚r †‡€‚ƒ‚„ „„‚ˆ€ 12697 GUL_KeyBiscayneIslanderOctober2018.indd 1 9/11/18 3:43 PM residential areas and the current plant dismantled. The new plant’s oltxlg#h@xhqw#vkrxog#eh#ixoo|#wuhdwhg#dqg#xvhg#iru#luuljdwlrq/#qrw#gxpshg#lqwr#wkh#rfhdq1#Lq#dq|#fdvh#rfhdq#rxwidoo#zloo#eh#glvdo orzhg#e|#5358#xqghu#d#frqvhqw#ghfuhh#zlwk#wkh#Ihghudo#Jry ernment and state law. Neither vkrxog#sduwldoo|#wuhdwhg#h@xhqw#eh#ghhs#zhoo#lqmhfwhg#dv#lv#ehlqj#frqvlghuhg1#Wkdw#frxog#uhvxow#lq#dgglwlrqdo#qhjdwlyh#hqylurqphqwdo#impacts. Wkdw!v#wkh#orqj0whup#vroxwlrq1# Xqwlo#d#qhz#sodqw#lv#frpsohwhg/#wkh#Pldpl#wr#Ylujlqld#Nh|#Elvfd|qh#Ed|#slsholqh#vkrxog#eh#ixoo|#uhsdluhg#ru#uhsodfhg/#sodqw#whfk qrorj|#lpsuryhg/#dqg#wkh#rfhdq#glvfkdujh#olqh#srvvleo|#whpsr udulo|#h{whqghg#dv#ghwhuplqhg#e|#h{shuwv#wr#dyrlg#uhyhuvh#hgglhv#dqg#frudo#uhhi#lpsdfw1##Wkh#whfkqrorj|#h{lvwv#dqg#wkh#wlph#wr#dfw#lv#qrz#ehiruh#d#zruvh#wudjhg|#vwulnhv1#Zh#qhhg#rxu#Yloodjh#jryhuqphqw#lqyroyhg#zlwk#Pldpl0Gdgh#Frxqw|#dqg#wkh#Vwdwh#wr#pdnh#vxuh#wkdw#lpphgldwh#dqg#orqj0whup#uhph glhv#olplw#wkh#lpsdfw#rq#uhvlghq wldo#frppxqlwlhv#dqg#surwhfw#rxu#ehdfkhv#dqg#vxuurxqglqj#hqylurq phqw1#Lq#dgglwlrq/#e|#prylqj#wkh#sodqw#zhvw#zh#frxog#rshq#xs#ryhu#d#wkrxvdqg#dfuhv#ri#dq#hyhqwxdoo|#sulvwlqh#Ylujlqld#Nh|#iru#dgglwlrqdo#sdunv/#sod|lqj#=hogv/#dqg#rwkhu#orz0lpsdfw#uhfuhdwlrqdo#xvhv#iru#doo#ri#Pldpl0Gdgh1#Wkdw!v#d#ohjdf|#zruwk#vwulylqj#iru1 Li#rxu#Frxqw|#jryhuqphqw#lv#qrw# xs#wr#wkh#wdvn#ehfdxvh#ri#frvwv/#wkhq#shukdsv#lw#lv#wlph#wr#sul ydwl}h#wklv#ixqfwlrq#wr#d#txdol=hg#whfkqrorj|#frpsdq|1#Zh#fdq#jlyh#wkhp#d#fohdu#pdqgdwh#wr#ghvljq/#exlog/#dqg#rshudwh#d#prghuql}hg#sodqw#wr#vwdqgdugv#frpsdwleoh#zlwk#d#khdowk|#hqylurqphqw1##Jryhuqphqw#fdq#wkhq#vxshuylvh#olnh#lw#grhv#rwkhu#xwlolwlhv1#Wkh#fxuuhqw#duudqjhphqw#ri#jryhuq phqw#hvvhqwldoo|#vxshuylvlqj#lwvhoi#lv#zkdw#jrw#xv#lqwr#wklv#phvv#lq#wkh#=uvw#sodfh1

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 13 This condominium is being developed by 2701 Bayshore One Park Grove, LLC, a Florida limited liability company (“Developer”), which has a limited right to use the trademarked names and logos of Terra and Related. Any and all statements, disclosures and/or representations shall be deemed made by Developer and not by Terra and Related and you agree to look solely to Developer (and not to Terra and Related and/or reach of their affiliates) with respect to any and all matters relating to the marketing and/ or development of the Condominium and with respect to the sales of units in the Condominium. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. These materials are not intended to be an offer to sell, or solicitation to buy a unit in the condominium. Such an offering shall only be made pursuant to the prospectus (offering circular) for the condominium and no statements should be relied upon unless made in the prospectus or in the applicable purchase agreement. In no event shall any solicitation, offer or sale of a unit in the condominium be made in, or to residents of, any state or country in which such activity would be unlawful. EXCLUSIVE MARKETING AND SALES AGENT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN DEVELOPMENT MARKETING Artist’s Conceptual Rendering Introducing the magnificent waterfront homes of One Park Grove — estate-quality condominiums and penthouses with the perfect location, magnificent architecture, spectacular views and a richly-layered lifestyle.,"#../,3r“‚“'))&"Interiors by Meyer DavisKitchens & Baths by William SofieldLandscapes by Enzo Enea Sculpture by Jaume PlensaSignature Restaurant by Chef Michael Schwartz VISIT OUR NEW PENTHOUSE SALES GALLERY: SY SR S. BAYSHORE DR. UPH-A, MIAMI, FL TTRTT (ENTRANCE ON MARY ST.) PARK-GROVE.COM TQV VSR RWUT Magnificent ArchitectureSpectacular ViewsExtraordinary Lifestyle

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 14 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 COMMERCIAL Business Offices from 200 SQFT Recently Renovated Common Areas Newly refurbished offices Jorge Barbontin / Real Estate Manager (786) 412-1571 Professional Office Building, Totally Remodeled Conference Center Ample Parking Competitive Lease Rates Amenities Free WIFI Access240 CRANDONKey Biscayne Insert Your Logo Here NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO 2016-4 ADOPTED BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA (THE ‘’VILLAGE’’), A SPECIAL ELECTION HAS BEEN CALLED AND ORDERED TO BE HELD WITHIN THE VILLAGE, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE GENERAL ELECTION, ON TUESDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2018, AT WHICH TIME THE FOLLOWING CHARTER AMENDMENT PROPOSAL SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE VILLAGE. 1. Filling of Vacancies on the Council or in the offce of Mayor.The Village Charter currently provides different methods for filling vacancies that occur during Council terms. Such methods include by Council appointment or by special election. It is proposed that the Charter be amended to provide for the filling of such council or mayoral vacancies solely by an appointment made by the Council.Polling place information, the enabling Ordinance including the full text of the proposed Village Charter Amendment and the ballot question, are available at the office of the Village Clerk located at 88 West McIntyre Street, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149. Jennifer Medina, CMC Village Clerk VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNEOffice of the Village Clerk Former Village Manager John Gilbert has sued the Village and lwv#Srolfh#R?fhuv#dqg#Iluh=jkwhuv#Pension Board related to pension ehqh=wv#iurp#zkhq#kh#zdv#Nh|#Elvfd|qh#Iluh0Uhvfxh#Ghsxw|#Fklhi#dqg#Fklhi1 Wkh#vxlw#vhhnv#sd|phqw#ri#xs#wr# ':6
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PAGE 16 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 at only 13 years of age. His family owned a butcher shop, and his father arranged an appren-ticeship. By age 16, he was a talented butcher and in fact, was running the store as though it were his own. This experience led him to begin his studies in high school through the home economics program. His early work won him numerous grand prizes and best of show awards at both local fairs and state compeTHE ISLANDER NEWS • #tasteofkeybiscayne HOURS: BREAKFAST & LUNCH Monday Friday: 8am-8pmSat: 9am to 2pm | Sun: Closed. Located inside the Key Biscaynecommunity center, is a grab & go concept for the whole family. @thecornercoffeepantry thecornercoffeepantry CONTACT US: thecornercoffeeandpantry@gmail.com | 1-(786) 420-2666 # tasteoeybiscayne Ritz Executive Chef Stanley Miller puts quality, love of his craft front and center It’s no secret: If you want to be guaranteed a fabulous meal in a gorgeous setting with the perfect atmosphere, you can’t miss at the Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne Miami. The man behind the “fabulous meal” portion of that equation is Executive Chef Stanley Miller, who from a young age knew he had found his passion bringing quality and love to the art of cooking. Miller took some time to share what he loves about working on the Island Paradise and how he aims to make every dish he prepares something to remember. Name: Stanley Miller Current job: Executive Chef at the Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne Miami Question: Where were you born? Answer: North West Ohio Q: Where do you live now? A: Coral Gables Q: How did you get your start in the culinary industry? A: Chef Stanley was born and raised in a rural community in the northwestern area of Ohio and started his journey as a culinarian Restaurant See MILLER on page 17 Stanley Miller is just as passion-ate about the culinary industry today as he was when he got his start at age 13. Photo courtesy RITZ-CARLTON, KEY BISCAYNE MIAMI

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titions. Realizing his work in the kitchen brought him both success and joy, he decided to pursue a career in culinary arts at Johnson & Wales University in Charleston, South Carolina. Q: What is your “secret to success?” A : Quality, detail and perfection are at the core of my belief system, along with an intense passion and drive for what I do. I always use the best quality ingredients to produce the best product. But above all, the main ingredient I use in my cooking lv#oryh1#L#frqwlqxdoo|#uh=qh#p|#skills and talents, and I challenge Classic Italian Cuisine 180 Crandon Blvd | Key Biscayne, FL 33149 | (786) 773-3633 Mon-Thu 6pm to 10:30pm • Fri-Sat 6pm-11pm • Closed Sunday lascalakb.com Join us for an unforgettable night at Key Biscayne’s most authentic Italian eatery. SIMPLE | SEASONAL | ITALIAN ISLANDER NEWS • #tasteofkeybiscayne THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 17 continued from 16 MILLER myself daily. I love what I do, and it shows in everything I produce. Q: What’s your proudest moment in your career? A: When I became an executive chef for The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Q: What do you love most about your career? A: All the friends, good times and memories created along the way. Q: If you had to make a recipe or dish for yourself, what would be your favorite recipe? A: Perfectly roasted whole chicken with crispy fries and mixed greens. Q: What is your favorite junk food? A: Soft serve ice cream. Q: Is there any food you absolutely don’t like? A: Bad food! Q: What do you like to do in your free time? A: Go to the gym, play golf, ride my motorcycle, spa day. Q: What’s your favorite part about working in Key Biscayne? A: The sunrise on my drive in and sunset on my way home. Q: What would people be surprised to know about you? A: I love to get manicures and pedicures. Q: What’s your advice for someone just starting in your profession? A: Wkhuh#lv#d#gl
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 20 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 calendar THURS /OCT. 4 MOVIES AT THE VILLAGEThe free Thursday movie, The Catcher Was a Spy will be shown at 1:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne Community Center. TOWERS BRIDGEThursday night bridge at The Towers of Key Biscayne begins at 7 p.m. For reservations, call Judy Reinach at 305-361-9562.AA WOMAN’S MEETINGThis closed AA Woman’s meeting is at 8 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Community Church. FRI /OCT. 5 ROTARY CLUBThe Rotary Club of Key Biscayne meets from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Grand Bay Club. Breakfast is $19, payable at the door.TALKING IS TEACHINGEnjoy stories, songs and activities for babies from 11-11:40 a.m. at the Key Biscayne Library. SAT /OCT. 6 FARMER’S MARKETThe Key Biscayne Community Church Farmer’s Market is from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. PAWS TO READThis reading program aims to improve the literacy skills of children through the assistance of therapy dogs who serve as literacy mentors. Participants may bring a book or choose one from the )d€yfrom 10:30 a.m.-noon.AA OPEN DISCUSSIONAA holds an Open Discussion at 8 p.m. at Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church, 160 Harbor Drive. SUN /OCT. 7 TAI CHI/QI GONGFree Tai Chi/Qi Gong is held from 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. MON /OCT. 8 CLOSED AA STEP MEETINGThis Closed AA Step Meeting is at St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 8 p.m.AL-ANON IN SPANISHThere will be an Al-Anon meeting held in Spanish every Monday at 8 p.m. at Albertson Hall in St. Agnes Church. The sun is shining, a breeze is blowing and you don’t have any reason to leave the island. It is a perfect day. Monica 5^The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami and Coconut Grove, Miami knows how to make clients’ big days perfect – here’s what she does with her own perfect day. THINGS I LOVE TO DO Prqlfd#Fl
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 21 Key Colony II #834 BRAND NEW, TOTALLY REMODELED, 2 /2 + Den! The kitchen was moved to the dining area and a large Den was created! Interior features large slab porcelain oors throughout, Stainless steel appliances, built-in-closets, raised ceilings, frameless glass shower enclosures, recessed lighting and much more! Oversized terrace and amazing views to the ocean, pool and beach.$1,175,000.ONE BEDROOM Key Islander #312 ....................................................... 324,900 Bahama House #203 .................................................. 379,000 Commodore Club South #1103 ................................. 550,000 Key Colony I #820 ....................................................... 560,000 Commodore Club East #602 ...................................... 599,000 TWO BEDROOMS Key Biscayne VI #306E ................................................ 450,000 Key Colony II #204 ...................................................... 675,000 Ocean Village 4020 ................................................... 540,000 Commodore Club South #207 ................................... 615,000 Key Colony II #927 ...................................................... 695,000 Key Colony Ill #241 ..................................................... 725,000 Resort Villa I #206 ....................................................... 895,000 Resort Villa II #507 ...................................................... 899,000 TWO BEDROOMS + DEN Key Colony II #834 .................................................... 1,175,000 www.keycolonytwo405.com THREE BEDROOMS Bahia Mar #9D ......................................................... 1,099,000 ResortVilla l #309 ...................................................... 1,195,000 Lake Villa III #PH4 ...................................................... 1,795,000 Club Tower II #404 .................................................... 1,850,000 Club Tower Ill #903 ................................................... 2,350,000 www.clubtowerthree903.com THREE BEDROOMS OCEANFRONT SLOPE Key Colony II #343 .................................................... 1,895,000 THREE BEDROOMS + DEN Ocean Tower I #908 .................................................. 2,895,000 Club Tower Ill #1901 .................................................. 2,995,000 FOUR BEDROOMS + FAMILY ROOM Club Tower II UPH4 .................................................... 5,650,000 www.clubtower2UPH4.com CABANAS Cabana 508 ...............................................................220,000 Cabana 112 ...............................................................450,000 (Cabanas can only be sold to Ocean Club Owners) HOUSES 360 Harbor Lane 3/1 ................................................ 1,495,000 390 Gulf Road 4/4 + Maids Quarters ....................... 2,895,000 ANNUAL RENTALS Ocean Village #2017 3/2 ............................................... 3,750 Resort Villa I #306 2/2 .................................................... 4,300 Key Colony I #442 2/2 .................................................... 4,400 Key Colony II #834 2/2 + Den ......................................... 4,900 Key Colony Ill #444 2/2 + Den ........................................ 5,300 Lake Villa I #507 3/3 ....................................................... 6,200 Club Tower I #702 2/2.5 .................................................. 7,200 Key Colony Ill #741 3/3 Slope ......................................... 8,400 SEASONAL RENTALS Lake Villa I #507 3/3 ..................................................... $8,000 COMMERCIAL RENTALS 260 Crandon Blvd E-19 ................................................... 5,500 COMMERCIAL ORPPORTUNITY The Square #38 ........................................................ 1,095,000 SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD Another Day In Paradise Key Biscayne’s Oceanfront Specialists! CRISTIANGONZALEZ-BLACK(305) 775-3426, Cell(305) 361-3440, Ext. 331, Of ceE-mail: cblack@ r.com DOUG KINSLEY(305) 215-5900, Cel(305) 361-3440, Ext. 337, Of ceE-mail: doug@ r.com The Square 260 Crandon Blvd., Suite 25 Key Biscayne, FL 33149 www.DougAndAL.com

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 22 #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 MoonriseThu. Oct 4 4:43 AM 5:29 PM 10:42 AM 11:17 PM 7:14 AM 7:04 PM 2:22 AMFri. Oct 5 5:50 AM 6:28 PM 11:45 AM ---------7:14 AM 7:03 PM 3:27 AMSat. Oct 6 6:51 AM 7:21 PM 12:15 AM 12:41 PM 7:15 AM 7:02 PM 4:31 AMSun. Oct 7 7:47 AM 8:11 PM 1:07 AM 1:34 PM 7:15 AM 7:01 PM 5:35 AMMon. Oct 8 8:38 AM 8:57 PM 1:57 AM 2:23 PM 7:16 AM 6:59 PM 6:37 AMTue. Oct 9 9:26 AM 9:42 PM 2:44 AM 3:10 PM 7:16 AM 6:58 PM 7:38 AMWed. Oct 10 10:12 AM 10:25 PM 3:30 AM 3:56 PM 7:17 AM 6:57 PM 8:38 AMThu. Oct 11 10:57 AM 11:08 PM 4:15 AM 4:42 PM 7:17 AM 6:56 PM 9:37 AM IGUANAS TAKING OVER? 855-525-5656 Our Patented Products and Procedures Are Proven To Work t BARRIERS t SEA WALL CONTROL t SITE MONITORING t FOLIAGE CONTROL t TRAPPING t ANTI-HOLE BARRIER t TREE WRAPS t SPRAYS Call For A FREE Estimate Call Toll Free:With Ofces In Dade, Broward, Monroe & Collier Counties, We Service The Entire South Florida Region Commercial & Residential www.iguanacontrol.com 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. Training will focus on how Village regulates lobbying When the new Village Council is convened in November one of lwv#=uvw#rughuv#ri#exvlqhvv#zloo#eh#training on lobbyist regulations and how to conduct business during meetings. The Village plans a training session on lobbyist registration procedures and Robert’s Rules of Order after this year’s Council election. The idea came up after Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay on August 28 sponsored a discussion on best practices for lobbyist registration procedures. She said Key Biscayne is a tightknit community, and sometimes that causes proper registration to fall through the cracks when familiar faces step to the podium to address the Council. However, she said, there can be legal impli-cations if someone who is lobby-lqj#wkh#Frxqflo#grhv#qrw#r?fldoo|#register as a lobbyist. “I think we can do better,” she said. “It may be a good idea to have a short training where we come in and explain best practic-es and protocol.” Village Attorney Chad Friedman said the issue is twofold. He said the Council, Village Fohun!v#r?fh#dqg#Yloodjh#Pdq djhu!v#r?fh#vkrxog#eh#wudlqhg#rq#zkr#txdol=hv#dv#d#oree|lvw#and how to handle them; and the public should also be educated so they can also follow the rules. Friedman said handling lobbyists properly is important, as it can prevent challenges to Village decisions that might force the Council to revisit issues. Council member Brett Moss agreed everyone needs to be educated: Moss, an architect, not ed when he speaks to government boards in other communities, he lv#riwhq#dvnhg#e|#vwd<#wr#=oo#rxw#a lobbyist registration form – something that doesn’t happen on the Key. Ultimately, local leaders agreed d#wudlqlqj#vhvvlrq#iru#vwd
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 PAGE 23 THE ANNUAL ST. CHRISTOPHER'S BY-THE-SEA EPISCOPAL CHURCH & MONTESSORI SCHOOL WEEKENDS OPEN 11:00 AM 6:00 PM WEEKDAYS OPEN 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 95 HARBOR DRIVE ACROSS FROM 7-ELEVEN COME BUY YOUR PUMPKINS! ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL ANNUAL FUND Gigi Costa’s sons kept asking for new toys – so she turned a lesson on patience into a book Gigi Costa was in the CVS on the Key one day with her son, then 5, asked her for a toy for what had to be the 50th time that week. She was used to it – the Key Biscayne mom of two boys, like most sduhqwv#ri#|rxqj#nlgv/#=hoghg#requests for new things on a daily basis – and she was prepared. She told him a story she created about a little boy named Oliver who learns that instead of getting new things all the time, it’s a lot more fun to learn the virtue of patience and wait for Christmas morning. Now, Costa is sharing that charming lesson with other families through her new fully-il-lustrated children’s book, Have You Heard of the Little Boy Named Oliver ? That day in CVS, “Instead of just saying, ‘No,’ again, the story of Oliver occurred to me and I said it to him,” she said, describing how khu#=fwlrqdo#Rolyhu#ohduqhg#wkh#ohvvrq#ri#ghod|hg#judwl=fdwlrq1#“He was instantly captivated. The possibility of experiencing Oli-ver’s surprising Christmas morn-ing encouraged him to put the toy back on the shelf and wait.” After watching her own son’s reaction to Oliver’s story, Costa shared it with her friends’ kids. They, too, gravitated toward the idea of waiting for Christmas. “When I noticed the impact it was having, I knew I was on to something and decided to turn it into a children’s book,” Costa said. “I called my artist friend, Rosie Ruiz, to do the illustrations, and she immediately captured my vision of Oliver.” While the story and drawings came together almost magically, Costa did face challenges in whupv#ri#=jxulqj#rxw#wkh#uljkw#way to self-publish. After wading through misleading information and unhelpful websites, she =qdoo|#uhdol}hg#khu#guhdp=##Lw#zdv#vr#juhdw#wr#=qdoo|#jhw#lw#sxeolvkhg#and to show my boys the book on Amazon – they were thrilled,” she said. Now, Costa hopes other families on the Key and beyond can enjoy Have You Heard of the Little Boy Named Oliver ? not only as a sweet story, but as a way to talk to their kids about patience. “The story is written to inspire children to learn the habit of ghod|hg#judwl=fdwlrq1#Hyhq#zlwk#the best of intentions, it is so gl?fxow#iru#sduhqwv#wkhvh#gd|v#to raise kids without a sense of entitlement when most things can be acquired instantly online,” vkh#qrwhg1##Zh#qhhg#wr#=qg#zd|v#to encourage young children that sometimes it is a good thing to wait.” Indeed, for Costa, the book is the realization of a long-held goal. “Writing a book has always been a dream of mine. I have al-ways had a love for reading – and a love for books. I am so happy to add my book to my library,” she said. Key residents and other parents kdyh#wkh#vdph#rssruwxqlw|=#Frvwd#will host a book reading and sign-ing Sunday, October 14 at 11 a.m. at Books & Books in Coral Gables, and Have You Heard of the Little Boy Named Oliver ? is available for sale on Amazon and at Books & Books. As for Costa, she said she gh=qlwho|#sodqv#to author more books, and is currently working on a guidebook for girls age 13-30. “I am lucky to have had a Cuban dad who shared great life lessons and tips with me throughout my life,” she said. “As an adult, I realized that not everyone got the same memo – so I want to share his wisdom.” In the case of Oliver, it’s a lesson all of us – young and old dolnh##fdq#ehqh=w#iurp1 “Patience is a virtue to learn early in life – especially in today’s world, where children become ac-fxvwrphg#wr#lqvwdqw#judwl=fdwlrq#at a very early age,” Costa noted. Gigi Costa of Key Biscayne wrote a children’s book to help her own sons – and other kids – learn the lessons of patience (8d Photo courtesy GIGI COSTA written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com If you goWhat: Book reading and signing with Gigi CostaWhere: Books & Books in Coral GablesWhen: Sunday, October 14 at 11 a.m. Costa Follow us on Instagram @kbislandernews

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 26 THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2018 beachcombings Brazilian Network event The Brazilian Network held a breakfast/brunch to give families living on the Key a chance to meet and network with one another. The event included Brazilian food, giveaways sponsored by local businesses and more. Photos by LEO QUINTANA/Islander News Izabella Guim-araes and Ales-sandra Esteves. Geani Guarconi, Paula Car-^8^.Kersting and Georgia Rudge. 8^E...^.Kersting, Paulo Leoni and Georgia Rudge. Salama Laselva, Danielle Portella, Cami-8.md Guests enjoy the event. Adriana Ferreira and Paulo Leoni. Dan Freiyo, Gabi Kersting, Alessandra Esteves and Andrea Tommasini.

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