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THE BAKER COUNTY PRiSS
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77th Year, Vol. 32 Thursday, November 30, 2006 Macdenny, Florida 500
Adrian official says Ce
still alive; the DRI vote
Brothers are charged
in robbery with pistol
Two Macclenny brothers were father Ike Tisdale, who denied
arrested early the afternoon of knowledge of their whereabouts
November 22 on multiple felony despite a tip that Ricky Tisdale
counts for allegedly robbing two had driven a small black vehicle
Sanderson men at gunpoint in to the residence. When advised
the south city. The victims say the hood of the vehicle was
one shot was fired during the warm, indicating it had been re-
robbery. cently used, the elder Mr. Tisdale
.Marion Tisdale, 28, and Ricky speculated someone took it to to
Tisdale,24,both of the same Syc- a store.
more St. address, surrendered Victim Ruise then told Sgt.
to several county deputies at the Crews the younger brother was
Minnesota St. residence of the seen entering his brother's apart-
older brother. There police found ment. Marion Tisdale's girlfriend
$1050 of the $1400 in cash be- and the mother of their children
lived taken in the robbery, along initially denied knowing his
k ith a gold necklace.' whereabouts, then indicated the
Wilford Ruise, 30, and Na- brothers were inside when she
thaniel Thomas, 23, told police was advised she was subject to
they were parked near the power arrest for harboring fugitives.
line on The older brother exited first,
G r i s followed by Ricky Tisdale, who
s h o 1 m was talked out of the apartment
St., a by his father.
h i g h The Tisdales denied know-
c r i me ing anything of the robbery, and
neigh- gave officers differing accounts
b o r of how the money and necklace
hood in ended up in the apartment. They
M a c- are charged with armed burglary
clenny, of the vehicle and robbery with
Ricky Tisdale a b o u t a firearm, both first degree felo-
1Ricky Tisdale 2 : 3 0 nies.
when Ricky Tisdale approached The Tisdale brothers both have
them and demanded money at extensive arrest and criminal
g u n complaint records dating back
point. several years for offenses includ-
He then ing aggravated battery, resisting
alleged- arrest, driving without a license,
ly fired domestic violence, sale and pos-
S one shot session of drugs and, in the case
overMr. of Marion Tisdale, robbery.
Marion Tisdale weapon
face as Mr. Thomas gave him
About the same time, Marion
Tisdale allegedly reached into
Mr. Ruise's vehicle and snatched
a wallet, two gold rings, a rope
necklace, the gold necklace and
several gold tooth caps. Other
than the necklace, no other prop-
erty was recovered.
Sgt. Michael Crews said he
went to the home of the suspects'
0 1 -O1
, An executive of a south Flori-
da development company termed
/the Baker County Commission's
decision last week to deny an
initial application for a 7000-
unit residential and mixed-use
development northwest of Glen
St. Mary "unfortunate" but pre-
dicted it won't derail the project.
"It was a little disheartening,"
said Brian May of the Adrian De-
xelopment Group based in Coral
Gables. "I wish someone would
have tipped me off beforehand."
The commission voted 4-0
(one member was missing) not
to transmit a DRI (development
of regional impact) application
for Cedar Creek to the Depart-
.ment of Community Affairs in
Tallahassee because Adrian did
not address the county's new
policy of setting aside acreage
for development of "high-wage"
The board was swayed, by
Ginger Barber, director of both
the Baker County Chamber of
Commerce and Baker County
Development Commission, that
the formula for industrial acre-
age as a percentage of the total
development insures the county
won't be stuck with only "roof
Strictly residential projects,
use of wells
The Glen St. Mary Town
Council decided November 21 to
fine residents who tap into exist-
ing deep wells for household use
after they connect to the munici-
pal water system.
After some discussion that
.evening, the board, decided to
levy a $1000 fine for violators,
plus make them fork over legal
and other costs in the event Glen
has to shut down its central water
system due to contamination.
Councilmen fear interruption
of water service similar to that
in Macclenny earlier this month
when one of the city's aging
water mains burst resulting in a
"boil order" until the entire net-
work tested free of contaminants.
The order lasted three days.
So far, there have been but two
cases of well use, both by cus-
(See page 2)
the current thinking goes, don't
generate sufficient property tax-
es to fund added governmental
services. The county's current
formula is every new house gen-
erates the need for 1.5 jobs, each
paying a minimum of $26,386,
or 15% higher than the current
average annual pay in Baker
If the res
aside 6.75 ai
of 1500 d
Creek, up to
3054 acres b
dar Creek is
Cedar Creek is emerging as
"new ground" for the county
board because it's the first de-
velopment large enough to trig-
ger the DRI process, a compli-
cated series of reviews by DCA
to make sure it complies with
Florida's more stringent growth
statutes. Had the board okayed
the transmittal process last week,
Cedar Creek would have under-
gone a two-month review before'
the plan returned here for further
N Ir.N lay urged unsuccessfully
last week the commission send
the initial plan to DCA and work
out details on industrial land
set-aside and other matters later.
Conmnissioners balked, insisting
Sore "ork needs to be done be-
fore it goes anywhere.
Mr. May. Adrian's chief op-
erating officer, said this eek he
hopes to persuade a majority of
the board to rescind the Novem-
tar Creek rezoning sign. ber 21 vote and thus get around
the minimum six month before
solution adopted in any re-zoning can be presented
is adhered to in this anew. And he remains insistent
a would have to set the county's "high-wage set
acres in its first phase aside" rule is unreasonable- par-
wellings at Cedar ticularly for a community where
a total of 31.5 of its 5000 of the 7000 units will be
before the third phase reserved for the "active, over-55
in 2021. (See page 2)
SHOEBOX CHRISTMAS PROJECT
Mission group gift boxes to maritimers
Y KELLEY LANNIGAN. which addresses spiritual and "We participate in a lot of to anyway," laughs Ms. Row
ress Staff social services to the maritime mission projects, but this one is who secures each box wit
Carol Rowe has a passion for and aviation communities of the my absolute favorite," said Ms. heavy duty rubber bands to ho]
Carol Rowe has a passion or Jacksonville area. The gift boxes Rowe, a native of Chicago who the lids in place. Even wrappir
As coordinator of the Women are distributed to foreign work- has made her home in Macclen- the boxes is a mission effoi
s coorgadinizator of the WomFirst ers on the cargo ships that come ny since 1980. Ms. Rowe's daughter Beth Wi
ap Missions Church of Mrganization at Finto the port during the holiday Every year in September, the loughby participates by single
aptist Church of Macclenny, season local Cato's clothing store do- handedly wrapping each bo
s. Rowe heads up the Christ- This is the seventh year First nates dozens of empty shoebox- and lid with donated paper an
as shoe, box mission project Baptist's Women on Mission es to the project. ribbon, a job that usually take
very year. group has sponsored the shoe "The Cato store in Macclenny an entire evening.
The boxes are donated o box project has always gladly provided the The gift-wrapped filled box,
". ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r theni"~-r I/ J-< M i<'-**drJ-- lode int the cnrc
Carol Rowe amidst shoebox gifts readied for seamen, others at Jacksonvil
are then loaded into the church
van and driven to the Jackson-
ville Port ministries trailer office
by November 15. Many work-
ers receive their boxes during a
Thanksgiving dinner at the port.
According to Ms. Rowe, the
workers on the cargo ships come
from many different countries.
They can't take time off during
Christmas because their fami-
lies too badly need the money
they send home. Many work-
ers are on the ships for thirty
day stretches because their trav-
el route takes them around the
cape of South America instead
of crossing through the Panama
"It's a long time to go without
seeing your family, especially
,at Christmas," said Ms. Rowe.
"So the gift boxes are greatly
When asked which items are
most popular, Ms. Rowe is quick
to point out that toiletries are al-
ways welcome. Magazines, sta-
tionary and phone cards to call
home are big with the workers.
"I'm a big supporter of the
port ministries," she said. "It
provides many services and
functions as a welcome sta-
tion for the folks getting off the
ships. They even have Bibles in
every language you can imagine
and volunteer pastors who offer
"Our shoe box mission pro-
vides a little 'box of fun' during
the holiday season and makes
them feel welcome," she said.
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boxes for this
i holiday mis-
lsion," said Ms.
makes our job
7 -, easy.".
f -> Mission
:' "-'-- ei members
then pick up a
box from the
^^ 1 contains a'40-
item list. Over
period, the la-
-. dies shop for
items such as
~ metics, ra-
gum and other
S i n c e
are on fixed
od allows them
Sample time. to
the box's con-
S tents and find
the best priced
"I tell them
ii ",' they can't pos-
forty items in
one box, but
e prbless their
hearts, they try
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Glen Council votes
to fine well violators
(From page 1)
tomers who resumed using them
after failing, to pay the town's
average $25 monthly water bill.
Mayor Juanice Padgett said one
of them has since moved; the oth-
er is re-connected and attempting
to catch up the arrearage.
Newly-hired town attorney
Joel Foreman of Lake City urged
stiff fines for what he termed "a
breach of trust" when residents
deprive the town of revenue by
using their own wells after con-
necting to the central water sys-
tem. At present, Glen has water
service only south of US 90, and,
plans expansion when grants and
favorable loans become avail-
If fines and other costs go un--
paid, the town will place a lien
on property preventing sale until
they are paid, along with interest
Councilman Dickie Foster,
a plumbing contractor, again
reminded the board state law
forbids wells within 75 feet of
septic tanks unless water is used
for irrigation only. The town will
continue to allow that.
Mr. Foreman will add the fine
portion to a pending utilities or-
dinance, one of several such
"housekeeping" matters he has
been asked to resolve.
The attorney also reported last
week he is further researching an
ordinance on impact fees, and
recommended Glen take "a fresh
look" at them. The town in July
approved a $2750 fee for new
construction to offset an increase
in services, and will collect the
$1500 assessment for the school
Mayor Padgett said she fa-
vors a system like Macclenny's
where revenues are funneled out
to agencies like fire and rescue,
police and road department.
In a workshop prior to that
evening's meeting, the council
ordered a $100 security deposit
from tenants connecting to the
water system, compared to $35
for homeowners. Mayor Padgett
urged the higher amount because
renters are more likely to leave
Glen St. Mary with past due util-
That policy will also be incor-
porated intp the utility ordinance
along with the well prohibition.
The council authorized a sur-
vey to determine boundaries of
Blocks 1 and 2,in the northwest
quadrant of Glen, areas believed
to be in the original plat but now
Attorney Foreman recom-
mended the action prior to title
searches and other means to
determine jurisdiction. A land-
owner in the disputed section
near North Monroe claims she
is outside the town's boundaries
and thus not subject to Glen's or-
The missing blocks are among
several matters that have long
pended resolution in Glen St.
Mary. A survey will 'cost an esti-
Councilman Jack Reneau will
inspect a town-owned lot behind
the Glen post office before land
preparation starts for future con-
struction of a maintenance de-
partment storage yard. Consider-
able fill will be required and thus
Want to read the
Judge grants $125,000 bond to
A Richmond, Va. woman was
arrested earlier this month for,
DUI i manslaughter' follow ingi
completion of a ,detailed; report
by the Florida Highway Patrol
and Circuit Judge David Glant
on Monday of this week set her
bond at $125,000.
Michelle Anderson, 26, was at
the wheel of an eastbound 2002
Mitsubishi that crossed the cen-
ter line and flipped on Interstate
10 near SR 228 the morning of
May 18, 2006. The accident
killed Jayne N. Dacquisto, 21,
of Midlothian, Va., a suburb of
The accident injured Ms. An-
derson and another passenger.
The three were enroute to a west
A blood alcohol sample taken
from the driver after she arrived
by helicopter at Shands Jackson-
ville showed an alcohol content
of. .187, more than twice that
considered drunk in Florida.
She was arrested November
8 and Judge Glant this week
reduced bond from the original
The FHP report noted Ms. An-
derson smelled of alcohol after
the accident and troopers found
two liquor bottles in the car's in-
In other cases this week,
Judge Glant gave William Cur-
in D Uldeath
ran 30 months in state prison in
returnmfor ,a no contest plea to
aggra\ ated battery ith a deadly
Michael Gainey, sentenced
earlier this fall to 20 years in
prison as a chronic probation
violator, was given another five
years after pleading no contest to
grand theft auto. He has appealed
the earlier sentence.
Charles Womack III pleaded
no contest to child abuse for hav-
ing sex with a 15-year-old Glen
St. Mary female earlier this year
and received a one year, one day
prison sentence. He will be on
probation four years following
Johnnie Carter will be in
county jail nine months after
pleading to felony driving with a
suspended license, and Leonard
Jones drew a six-month term for
sale and delivery of cocaine.
Jeffery Dove will be on pro-
bation two years as a felony vio-
lator for driving on a suspended
license and Heather Harvill drew
a similar sentence for obtaining
prescription drugs by fraud.
A capias warrant was issued
for the arrest of Mark Bingaman,
who failed to appear in court for
felony possession of marijuana
and paraphernalia. His bond was
set at $40,000 once he is in cus-
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(From page 1)
'".The county's police is arbi-
trary," he argues. "There is no
study I know of that shows if we
set aside that kind of acreage it
will create those high-wage jobs.
I don't know of any other devel-
opment that has done this! It's
Mr. May said he told Ms. Bar-
ber the company's market analy-
sis showed most jobs in that cat-
egory going in the direction of
Cecil Field's Commerce Center
in west Duval County.
"It's not about putting land
aside. The jobs will come to
Baker County with a develop-
ment like this," he believes.
That's not the way Commis-.
sion Chainnan Alex Robinson
"Had that (the land set-aside)
and other matters been answered
up front, I wouldn't have had
a problem sending it off for
transmittal," said Mr. Robinson,
a week after the vote. "If you
do something like thiis the right
way, with questions ans\\ ered up
front, it has my support
Chairman Robinson said he
would .not rescind his vote last
week, and planned to give the
DRI proposal another hearing
after the six-month interval..
He also said he received no re-
action either .way from the public
since the hearing.
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Initial DRI transmittal on Cedar Creek cou
been approved by commission with specific
.. ... .- .. turned down a request for a large for projects of this size (7000 ponying up acreage for industrial
IM PR SS-IONS scale amendment to the local land dwelling units in three phases sites that she can peddle to pros-
development regulations and the over 15 years). They'll be plenty pects.
JIM McGAULEY request by Adrian Development of time,to negotiate later. Nearly a dozen others spoke,
Group to start the DRI process. The commission said "no some eloquently and some not,
Taking both sides of an issue Commissioners were a bit dice." about how Cedar Creek will rob
is sometimes the easy way out. piqued that Adrian thumbed its On one side, it's refresh- Baker County of its rural charac-
In this case, I'll take "some" hose at a recently enacted policy ing to see a county commission ter. Their points are well-taken,
of both sides of the argument af- setting aside land in each new prepared to stand up for what it but most of the speakers live in
ter the county commission's de- development for creation of wants, in this case details that close proximity to the 3000-plus
cision last week to at least delay high-wage jobs. The developer will great impact the Baker acres northwest of Glen where
transmittal of Baker County's also had no more than a desire County of 2020. The board Cedar Creek is proposed.
first DRI application to Tallahas- to locate a medical complex in knows gro% wth-related matters The rest of Baker County's
see. the "to% i center" portion of Ce- will occupy a great deal of its 23,000 residents stayed away.
DRIs are the process required dar Creek northwest of Glen St. time in coming years, and.'ap- That fact can be interpreted
by Florida for large-scale devel- Mary, and locate, a satellite of pears determined to do it. right several ways: most people are
opnlents (250 units or more in Lake City Community College even if it means putting off anx- ,neither for nor against Cedar
Baker County). They are sup- there as well. No commitments, ious de elopers. Creek; most don't think it'll af-
posed to study closely both if just a desire. Ginger Barber, director of fect them; they're against large-,
the development complies with Brian May, an Adrian execu- both the Chamber of Conmmerce scale developments but believe
state growth statutes, and the re- five. argued details like this can, and local development contmis- the county : commission will
suiting impact it \\ill have on the be worked out later, and with sion, had the greatest influence reject them; they're in favor
county mostly in the areas of the money his company\ has tied on the commission last week, of Cedar Creek because it will
environment and governmental up in the project so far, it's best arguing mere "roof tops" don't. raise the standard of lix ing here;
services, to get the DRI ball rolling. The pa\ the bills anymore. Higher "Dancing % ith the Stars" was on
That's why they call them De- state, after all, always 'comes paying jobs must be sought with TV that night.
velopments of Reiolnallmpact. back with stipulations it wants the help of each new developer On the other side of the de-
sion last week
Kids are aging, but
still want childlike
elements to parties
Spencer ,grew up chattering
M Y SIDE OF all the time. He sang songs he
made up and drove everybody
T M A TT-R crazy. One time we were driving
THE M ATTER into Jacksonville to seea movie'
and he satig nonsense songs the
ROBERT GERARD, whole way there and all the'Way,
My family is reaching one back. By the time we got home,
My family is reaching one none of us could speak in a co-
of those milestones that tend to none of us could speak in a co-
sneak up when you're not look- erent sentenced hand,
ing. My son Spencer is about to Dylan, on the other hand,
ing. My son Spencer is about to didn't talk at all. It wasn't that
turn 16 on Friday and his brother he didn't wanta t alk as a baby,
Dylan is going to be 18 on Sat- it was that his sister wouldn't
They are still kids at heart, let him. Sara Beth, who talked
t a t is eall the time, considered herself
but adulthood is creeping up on Dylan's interpreter. As a result,
them. Sometimes they are willingmes, Dylan didn't talk for a long time
to welcome it ill rat other be kids. because "Da-La," as he. called
they woulfe and I feestill rather bsame waykids. her, said everything for him.
My wife and I feel the same way. ")ylan wants his bottle.
We particularly felt real life Dylan wants you to turn ontlPee
intruding when the mail came Wee's Playhouse. Dylan waon Pee
the other day and Dylan had re- Wee's Playhouse. Dylan wants
ceived his Selective Service an- knew what Dylan wanted or
nouncement. That didn't thrill ally knew what Dylan wanted or
anyofusemen thatd ttherei didn't until he was three or four
any of us. I realize that there is and got tired of Da-La asking for
no draft but it still makes us ner- Barbie dolls.
vous to think that our baby is in One of my favorite stories
the pool. about them was when Dylan
We're doing a party for them. about them was when Dylan
Dylan has a band playing at he and Spencer were four and six
Dylan has a band playing at the and got into an argumentabout
Murray Hill Theatre frequently,'who was more powerful, Super-
and he has enlisted one of the man or Jesus. Spencer, who at
other bands he plays with to per- the time was rarely seenwithout
form at the party. That will make his Superman pajamas with the
the neighbors happy. his Superman pajamas with the
the neighbors happy. cape on the back, naturally fell
. Therestoftheirpartyrequests, into the Superman camp. Dylan
however, show that they're still was equally convinced that Jesus
not that far from kidhood. Spen- could beat Superman in a fight.
cer wants a croquet tournament. "Jesus can walk on water," he
His Granny bought him a croquet said.
set and he and his friends will "Superman can fly over the
get together and knock the ball S c fl o t
get together and knock the ball water and then shoot it with his
around. Spencer has informed. heat vision and dry it up."
them that croquet is a "game .of "Jesus made everything on
ladies and gentlemen," so he and earth and will take a rock and
his friends wear dress shirts, ties Kryptonite lik he
and sweater-vests to play. turn it e into Kryptonite likehe
Wife Kelley is planning a
"snowball fight," a wonderful
Laurie Furr Vancini. She takes G et a 2n
old stockings and fills them with
flour and ties the ends. When you
throw them, they leave a trail of
flour through the air and splotch-
es of flour that look like snow
when they hit. Kids run around
and pelt each other with "snow-
balls." They love it.
They also want to rent a thing
called the "Moonwalk" to jump
around in. I'm happy to say that
my kids still have a lot of kid left
Not that I'm surprised by that.
If you have followed this column
over the years you'll remember I
have chronicled their lives from
birth to now. People often will
ask me if the things I write about
really happened, and for the most
part they did.
bate, the commission, could have
approved transmittal last week,
with the stipulation that certain
matters like set-aside industrial
acreage, the scope of medical fa-
cilities and a community college
be addressed before the plans
come back for another hearing.
At this early stage, Adrian
won't be slipping any fast ones
by the commission, and ulti-
mately the board has final say
over Cedar 'Creek even if the
DCA gives it the green light.
The state planning agency will
pick the plan apart, suggesting
changes ranging from road pav-
ing to street width and treatment
of % wetlands. before it gets off the
The Baker County Commis-
sion made a strong statement last
week by turning its back on the
DRI process. It could have made
the same statement less stridently
and still preserve its resolve to do
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Superman all weak and beat him
Usually what happened in
such arguments was that Spencer
got frustrated and mad and start
calling Dylan names. They never
were able to use "bad words"
like stupid or idiot, so instead
they made up their own insults.
Spencer, who had the worst
temper of the two, invariably
puffed up, turned red and said,
"Dylan ... you're a ... buttsniff-
Dylan would run through the
house looking for his mother.
"Mama, Spencer called me a
They both were loyal Barney
fans. They wandered through the
house all day long singing "I love
you, you love me ..." It drove
us all crazy because it is one of
those "earworm" songs that stick
with you whether you want it to
or not and at work, I'd be singing
"I love you, you love me ...",
One day, Spencer walked into
our bedroom wearing nothing but
his X-Men underwear. He had
My husband and I recently went through a rough time with our
Just over two months ago, he became ill and we took him to his
regular doctor. We then discovered he had a problem with fluid on his
ears, along with a runny nose and cough.
Two months and several different medicines later he is still sick.
During his last visit to the first doctor he was sent for an x-ray of his
head to see if he had a blockage or sinus infection.
Three days later, our son was even worse, so we took him for a sec-
ond opinion. We discovered he had developed pneumonia in his left
lung and had a declining oxygen level.
After a breathing treatment, a change in medication and a damn
good scare, I still wonder why his condition was not caught sooner, or
how it could have gotten this bad in just a couple of days.
This letter is not intended to hurt or damage anyone, it's just a way
of saying a second opinion can't hurt. It may be the best way to go.
Glen St. Mary
painted himself purple. "Look,
Mama. I'm Barney." I thought of
that the last time he painted his
face red and gold and put a cut-
out basketball on his head for a
It's hard seeing them all grown
up. Dylan will graduate from
high school this year and both of
them have turned into fine young
men. But I still wouldn't be sur-
prised if one day they showed up
in my bedroom dressed in their
underwear and painted purple.
I wouldn't be surprised at all.
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School district approves pact with state to train
special ed students in areas of vocational skills
BY KELLEY LANNIGAN! The sub-grant will help pay meeting, the school board de- board attorney for 29 years and
Press Staff for preparation of an inter-lo- cided Dean Griffis and Kar- has been contracted for another
The Baker County School cal report of data as part of the en McCollum will continue three years, effective November
Board voted during its Nove- process for preparing public as board chairperson and vice 2006-2009.
Board voted during its Novem- schools to come in compliance chairperson. "Mr. Caven is always just a
ber 21 meeting to approve an with state-mandated concurren- John Caven, of Jacksonville, phone call away and we have
agreement with the Department cy on future growth. longtime school district coun- always appreciated that," stated
of Education to train exceptional As part of the recently enact- sel, got a new contract. Mr. Superintendent Paula Barton.
ed students in vocational skitarget ESE ed Senate Bill 360, local gov- Caven has served as the school
The program will target ESE ernmental entities must come
(formerly known as special ed) DOT road project hearing
students age 18-22 with individ- in sync with school districts to
ualized plans to prepare them regulate the permitting of new D O T road project hearing
ioremploymen par th residential developments so
The agreement is effective they do not exceed the availabil-
n agreeyme nt is effective ity of classroom space in local The Florida Department of Transportation scheduled a public hear-
January 2, 2007 June 20, 2009. hools. ing for next Monday, December 4 in Jacksonville to discuss its five-
The school district will provide sc Suprintendent Paula Barton ,year project plan, including several in Baker County.
10% ($4,000) of funding with noted out theon-going consul- DOT plans to spend $2.9 billion in the 17-county north Florida dis-
the remaining 90% ($36,000) station of Baker County Growth trict over the next five years, and hearings are held at varying locations
funded by the Department of each year to discuss priorities and any alterations and additions.
EducationDivisionf Vocation- f the strategic efforts the dis- Presently, the state plans to resurface Odis Yarborough Road from
al Rehabilitation. tricthas already taken to tackle CR 125 to CR 23C, a portion of CR 250 in the Osceola Forest in north
At present, one full-time em- h ch al n torre en Baker County in 2007-08. The state moved back two years construc-
ployment specialist will admin- "We took the reigns on this tion of a, sidewalk along Lowder in west Macclenny from US 90 to
sister the program to serve six issue early on," board chairman SR 121..,
students. Up to five specialists ssean Griffis stated. DOT added two projects in Baker Counti: improx events to SR 2 in
may be employed to accommo- The concurrency plan is due the northwest county and resurfacing of US 90 from Sanderson to the
date up to ten students during the to the Department of Communi- Nassau Count\ line in 2009-10.
program's three-year contract. toAffa thp rto The hearing for Baker and other Jackson ille area counties will be
The school board also ap- fesi p due January at 5:30 pm at the DOT training center on Edison Ave. near Stockton
hensive work plan due JanuarypSt
proved a state-funded sub-grant 13, 2007; interim draft facilities St.
agreement with thile Florida De- element due March30,2007 and
SlUm p ea, asiepe m otorist years of 1938, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 4.7, 5, 55, and 65.
apartment of Community Affairs t e 2007 or metal auto tags dated 1911-
effective November 21, 20061917, paying $500 -$1000 each depending on condition.
June 30, 2007 in the amount of During its re-organization
$25,000. meeting prior to the regularf....
I am in need for auto tags beginning with prefix# 52 for the
Slum ped, asleep m otoristyears, of 1938, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44,.45, 46, 47, 50, 55, and 65.
bla mAlso want Baker County porcelain or metal auto tags dated 1911-
bb le toSt0a7 C em ediCineC .1917,'paying $500 $1000 each depending on condition.
Also want Florida tags dated 1918-43
A motorist found slumped in 45 degree air and his speech was Call
the front seat of a parked pickup
truck in west Macclenny the af-
ternoon of November 21 told the
arresting officer, he was reacting
to medication given him for a
Gordon Taylor,. 37, of Sander-
son was at the wheel passed out
when confronted by Deputy Mi-
chael Lagle just after 6:00. His
1991 Ford Ranger was parked
in front of Konnie's Pools in the
Park West strip center on US
90, and the officer noted the tail
lights indicated the pickup was'
When Mr. Taylor awoke, he,
began backing the pickup and it
struck the push bar on the front
of Deputy Lagle's patrol car and,
came, to a .stop. He refused to
exit the vehicle, and attempted to
yank the driver side door closed
before the. officer and Deputy
Jeffrey :Dawson pulled him out
and handcuffed him.
Deputy Lagle said there was
no odor of alcohol, but Mr. Tay-
lor was sweating profusely in the
slurred. He was charged with
DUI and refused to submit to
tests at county jail.
Neither his truck nor the po-
lice car sustained damage in the
In other cases, a motorist
caught speeding on SR 125 just
after midnight on November 25
turned out to be an habitual traf-,
fic offender whose license has
been suspended nine times.
Deputy Curtis Ruise said he
clocked Aaron Simmons, 31,
of Sanderson at 74 in a 55 mph
zone. A computer check con-
firmed the past violations and Mr.
Simmons' 2000 Nissan pickup
was towed from the scene while
he was taken to jail. He was also
,given a ticket for speeding.
In another traffic-related ar-
rest, Martin Garcia, 41, of Glen
St. Mary was charged with re-
sisting Deputy Sgt. Thomas Dyal
by insisting he was the driver of
a vehicle involved in an accident
on Smokey Road the evening of
November 25. Mr. Garcia said
he was trying to protect the real
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fires a Taser
twice before subduing
fleeingwoman Nov. 21
A county deputy shot a fleeing
suspect twice with a Taser stun
gimn and required the assistance
of another officer before hand-
cuffing her just before 1:00 am
on November 21 north of Sand-
'Deputy John Hardin said he
received information that Ma-
chel Givens, 40, of Sanderson,
wanted on an outstanding war-
rant for failure to pay child sup-
port, was at the Club 229. He
found her seated in a vehicle,
arid she initially gave him a false
name, then snatched away her
arm when told she was under
arrest. Deputy Hardin said Ms.
Givens shoved him with her free
hand whenhen he again attempted to
handcuff her, then ran away.
The officer while chasing the
suspect fired a first Taser shot
that was ineffective because only
one of the two probes made con-
tact. The second shot was effec-
tive, but Ms. Givens continued
to resist -being handcuffed until
DepurN Tony Norman arrived to
assist. Ms Givens ik 5'4" tall and
weighs 202 pounds, according to
the incident report.
She was booked at county jail
for battery on a la% enforcement
officer and resisting arrest with-
out violence. The first charge is
a felony; the second a misde-
In other cases,, a bar patron
was charged late on November
25 with aggravated battery for
injuring another man by striking
him with a beer bottle.
Deputy Mark Hall said he
found Virgil Jewell, 26, of Sand-
erson walking west from Mac's
Liquors in dox\ nto\\ n N lacclenny
shirtless and bleeding. Both Mr.
Je\ ell and a witness said Mel-
vin Mann, 24, also of Sanderson,
struck him with the bottle as he
w alked out of the bar. He sought'
treatment at Fraser Hospital for a
laceration above the eye.
Police said NAr. Mlann also had
an outstanding %\arrant for felo-
Robert Ryan, 39, of Miami
Springs, Fla. was charged with
battery and two drug-related
counts following a Thanksgiving
Day altercation 4t the home of a
relative on Hickory St. in Mac-
Police were called to the scene
about 1:45 am and found James
Ryan, 32, of Davie, Fla. bleeding.
from the face and with several fa-
cial bruises he said were caused
by repeated blows from his older
brother. The younger Ryan said
he did not fight back because the
accused was intoxicated.
Deputy James Parham mI also
found a small amount of mari-
juana in a plastic bag, along with
a prescription pill that the sus-
pect was attempting to hide in
his hand while being questioned.
He was booked for misdemeanor
possession and possession of a
A criminal complaint for ag-
gravated assault tas filed No-
iember 20 against Juan Bals,
36, of Sanderson for allegedly
threatening to kill girlfriend Eli-
za Baker. 42, in the presence of
Ms. Baker told Deputy Mark
Hall the boN friend made similar
threats in the past and when she
told him to leave her residence
off Bay St. he threatened to burn
it down. She was also advised to
obtain a restraining order barring
him from the property.
Another criminal complaint,
this one made the evening of No-
vember 25, alleges Jason Oralls
struck girlfriend. Selena Roberts,
33, in the stomach with a 2X4
Ms. Roberts said she and the
32-year-old boyfriend argued at
a Blair St. residence that evening
before 7:00 and threw laundry
.detergent on each other before
the accused left the residence to
retrieve the board N Is. Roberts'is
Mr. Oralls' sister-in-law.
Client arrested with pill
at drug counseling center
A Sanderson man was arrest- sure and disorderly conduct on
ed the afternoon of. November US 90 near 8th St.
21 for felony possession of pre- Two witnesses told Sgt. Phil
scription drugs when he showed Duval they witnessed Mr. Smith
up at a Macclenny drug-counsel- urinating as he walked that after-
ing center for an appointment. noon about 1:15, and the suspect
Police received a tip that An- denied the allegation, telling Sgt.
thony Simmons, 33, was ex- Duval he was pouring drink out
pected at the Baker Community of a cup. The officer.noted Mr.
Counseling Services office on US Smith smelled strongly of alco-
90 just west of the county court- hol and did not have a cup in his
house. Deputy Darrin Whitaker possession.
said Mr. Simmons was found to Later that afternoon, Deputy
have one Oxycontin pill in his John Hardin arrested Joe John-
pants pocket when searched. He son, 65, for disorderly intoxica-
was described as a client of the tion near the Macclenny Wal-
center with three warrants out- Mart. He allegedly harassed a
standing for contempt of court. woman accompanied by three
Possession of the pain-relief small children, confronting her
drug without a prescription is a at close distance and attempting
third-degree felony. to grab her.
In other arrests the past week, Mr. Johnson was too intoxi-
Steven Smith, 27, of Macclenny cated to give police his address,
was charged with indecent expo- the deputy noted:
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A relative who lives nearby self-car wash on US 90 in east
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theft of $6290 in jewelry from Thanksgiving Day. A camera
the home of Stephanie Ferguson over the office door and another
off Keegan Lane in Taylor. near the wash stalls were dam-
Ms. Ferguson told Deputy aged, as was an security light.
Tony Norman she noticed jew- A neighbor reported a white
elry missing November 25 from Jeep Liberty vehicle in the area
a box and safe in the master bed- about that time. The male was
room of her residence, and last wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans..
saw the items around November A 13-year-old girl from the
1. They include a bridal ring set Macclenny area was released to
valued at $2000, chains, earrings, her father following her arrest
a necklace and other rings., the afternoon of November 22
The victim also said a key for shoplifting an MP3 player
went missing from a hiding place- and CD player from the CVS
outside the residence in mid- store downtown.
October. The relative, who was The teen was involved in a
.given permission in October to battery and shooting incident the
enter the residence to use a tan- week before last in Macclenny,
nirlg bed, was out of town when but was not one of the persons
the burglary was reported, arrested.
In other propertN-related
crimes reported the past week, _
Mary Bennett said someone NG FAITH
entered her residence off Taber "
Blvd. in Glen St. Mary during ) LIVING FAITH
the da) on November 21 and ASSEMBLY OF GOD
took a computer and hard drive 12664 Mudlake Rd.
valued at $1607. Cardboard was Glen St. Mary
removed from a front door to 75-29 9
gain entry. 524
A teen who lives in the neigh-
borhood was arrested earlier this
month for theft of a modem from
Ms. Bennett's yard. It was not worship with us
kno\ n if he is a suspect in the some Sunday soon!
The'morning of November 10:30 am & 6:00 pm
23, Eva Joyce Sigers reported a .
pistol taken from the interior of a Wednesday 7:00 pm
2002 Ford Explorer parked near
her residence off Ryba Road.
A. surveillance camera cap- We sing a happy song!
turned the image of a white' male
responsible for vandalism at the We pray a prayer of faith!
Army Pvt. Scott G. Boothe Jr.
recently graduated from a utili-
ties'equipment repair school at
Aberdeen Proving Ground in
He is the son of Scott Boothe
Sr. of Sanderson and Laurie Diaz
of Tampa:.Pvt,. Boothe 4is a 2001
graduate of Baker County High
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Senior Division Wildcat players: Ben Johnson, CJ Cornellier, Drew Rodgers, Roland Gaskins, Falon Lee, Cory Lawler, Trenton
Harvey, Zachary Roberts, Lance Rayburn, Jordan Parker, Dalton Gabbard, Kyler Hutchins, Natavian Griffin, Camron Ingram,
Rickie Tharpe, Curtis Thompson, Landon Mitchell, Brandon Cole, Brent Evett, Chris Staggers and Matthew Cantrell.
The Senior division All-Star
"Wildcats" played in the Fifty-
eighth Annual KatKaveck Bowl
in Waycross, Georgia November
22. The team of eleven, twelve
and thirteen year olds advanced
to the championship game by
defeating the "Brunswick Ti-
tans" 26-14. Top offensive play-
ers for the Wildcats were Ro-
land Gaskins with 10 carries
for 100 yards rushing and a 31
yard touchdown run. Ben John-
son with 7 carries for 28 yards
and two touchdowns. Falon Lee
with 13 carries for 100 yards
To meet in January
The Baker County Cancer
Support Group will not have a
meeting in December, and the
next one will be on January 4 at
the Baker County Health Depart-
ment. It begins at 7:00 pm.
The group assists cancer pa-
tients and their caregivers. For
more information, telephone
Mag McGauley at 259-3476.
Eligible for All-
Bo Clayton, a Baker County
student attending Lake City
Community College, is one of
two students there eligible for.
nomination to the Florida All-
Mr. Clayton, along with Dani-
elle Burkett, a student from Lake
City, are among six LCCC stu-
dents on the school's All-Aca-
He is a graduate of Baker
High, where he was an outstand-
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Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed. Evening Prayer Serv. 7:30 pm
Pastor: Oral E. Lyons
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CR 229 S., Sanderson FL
Sunday School ....... 10:00 am
Sun, Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sun. Evening Worship ..6:00 pm
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AWANA Wed. Night.. 7:OQ pm
Pastor Bob Christmas
ance to championship game
rushing. Rickie Tharpe with 2 4 carries for 8 yards rushing.
carries, a 19. yard touchdown The defensive players were Ben
and he scored two extra points. Johnson and Roland Gaskins
Top defensive players were Ben each with 6 tackles, C.J. Cornel-
Johnson with 6 tackles, Roland .ier and Corey Lawler each with
Gaskins with 5 tackles and Fa- 5 tackles, Trenton Harvey with
Ion Lee, Corey Lawler, C.J. 4 tackles, and Zachary Roberts
Cornellier, Trenton Harvey each and Kyler Hutchins each with 2
with 4 tackles. tackles and a fumble recovery
In the championship game by Natavian Griffin. The Baker
the "Wildcats" faced the "Glynn County Senior Division All-Star
County Broncos". The "Wild- Wildcats overall record was 3
cats" were defeated by a score wins and 1 loss.
of 30-0. This win was the 4th
straight championship win for
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players were Roland GaskinsM
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; Lady Cats lose to Bradford, V
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Tyler Thomas looks for an inside lane against Baldwin
PHOTO BY SPENCER GERARD
'Buz zer win' Tuesday
Center Tyler Thomas hit a
last-second buzzer beater to
defeat Baldwin 41-40 in the
Wildcats' home basketball
opener Tuesday evening. Coach
Charles Ruise called time out
with 5.1 seconds left in the game
and the Cats trailing by a point.
Nate Strachen got the in-bound
ball and went up for the shot. It
missed and Thomas pulled down
the layup and immediately put
the ball in as his teammates and
fans mobbed him.
It was a fitting ending to,
the game since Strachen and
Thomas carried the team much
of the way. Strachen got ten of
his game-high 12 points in the
first half, and Thomas got all his,
8 points in the second half. He
also played extremely well on
defense, pulling down multiple
The Cats actually held a 16-
12 lead at the end of the first
on the strength of some key Ike
Parker free throws. ,
The Indians pulled closer as
the second period progressed
and tied the ball game on a dunk
with 3:50 to go in the half. The
large Baldwin crowd exploded.
But soon after, Kyle Kennedy
drained a three pointer and
Thorne Crowley also. hit from
beyond the three point-line. The
Wildcats extended their lead to a
28-20 margin at the half.
Both teams started ice cold in
the second half. Baldwin tried
to rely on three pointers but
they wouldn't drop. The Indians
closed to within three. points
before Thomas hit a basket at
the end of the third period to put
BCHS up 34-29.
The Wildcats had a hard time
penetrating Baldwin's 2/3 zone,'
'and instead of forcing them
into man to man coverage, they
pushed the ball inside where it
was stolen. Baldwin narrowed
the game to two points w ith 2:30
left in the game and then took
the lead at 1:51 to go. That's
when things really got exciting.
The Indians missed the top
end of a one-and-one and the
Cats got the ball back. Strachen,
who only had one basket in the
second half, tried to penetrate
on the baseline but was hemmed
in by two Indian players. Ruise
saw the predicament and wisely
called time out.
Strachen's last. second shot,
came off the backboard right
into Thomas' hands. He went up
almost uncontested for the layup
and the \win.
The Cats host Stanton Prep
on Thursday at 6:00 and 7:30
Appreciates coaches, te and others
There are eecni-s around the v.orld you farn,, parents and coaches for pu
that happen every day where the people ting up with me, for supporting the f,
behind the scene go unrecognized. .o ture high school football pla',ers. ar
I would like to take this opportunity to for making the experience one *. e 11:,
recognize Richie Tharpe, president of ways remember.
the Baker County Touchdown Club, and COACH TIMMY HODGI
his wife, Tracy, for making our Baker
County Youth League Wildcats Allstar
football team a great success this past
week in Waycross. I want to thank the
other coaches, Steve Cornellier, Freddie
Bennett, Roger Parker.anrid Damon Lee.
I would also like to thank the parents
and fans that braved the cold weather
and traveled to Waycross to support the
youth league Wildcats! Although the Cedar Creek Chur
weather was cold and windy, we still
had so many fans in the stands.for every fail\ to join us as t
game that it felt like we were actually
at a BCHS Wildcats Friday night game. 25th a
This Allstar team was comprised of 21
players from the different Senior Divi-
sion football teams and I want to espe- S 1
cially thank them forworking so hard u nd ay ,
and giving up their time to make all of
this possible. We only had two weeks 1 1
to prepare the kids and some of them 11
had never played football together, but
that didn't slow them down. They were Guest
ready from the minute we set foot on
the field. Reve'ere
In addition to the team receiving
trophies, the BCTC provided the foot- Lulnch follo\\i
ball uniforms, they chartered a bus
for the Wednesday game, paid for the Sli
kids' lunch and provided the players on.. De,.
and coaches with tournament t-shirts. C g Ol 1
Thanks to the parents for well man- I
nered kids. We heard a lot of positive
comments. Sing \\itl
The BCTC went above and beyond
the call of duty and it was very much No eve]
appreciated by me and the players' fam-
ilies. Thank you, Richie, Tracy and the
touchdown club for a great time! Thank CR 229 North, to CR 124, North
The BCHS Lady Wildcat bas-
ketball team had a rough week
leading into the Thanksgiving
break, dropping a pair of games
to two of the top teams in the
district. The were handled easily
by an athletic Bradford County
squad, but battled Ridgeview
down to the wire on the road.
Bradford cruised to a 31-57
win over the Wildcats on the
girls' home court on Monday.
The Tornadoes ran out to an
early lead and never relinquished
it leading horn to horn. It was
a frustrating night for Coach
"They jumped on us early and
it took until the second half until
we finally settled down enough
to play decent ball," commented
Bradford's fast break was
devastating in the early going,
cutting through the Lady \Wild-
cat defense like butter. Bradford
held an 7-20 lead at the end of the
first quarter. The pace slowed a
little in the second period, but the
1Wildcats could not manage to put
the ball in the basket. The\ onl\
scored two buckets in the second
period and \\ere outscored 4-14.
The Tornadoes \\ere up 34-11 at
The Wildcats played the Tor-
nadoes even in the third period.
but couldn't claw their \\wa back
into the game. Bradford's first
half lead \was insunnountable.
The shooting woes showed in
the box scores. None of the Cat
players reached double figures,
with Destin\ de la Pena and Brit-
tan\ Hinson leading the \\ay
with six points. Kara Dupree
had fi'e points. Brittan\ Ruise,
Deanna McKenzie and Caitlin
Griffis had four points and Mea-
gan Osteen a basket.
The girls battled Ridgeview
basket-to-basket, but in the end
they were derailed by free throw
shooting and lost 43-40 to their
district foes. They came back
from the big loss to Bradford and
played well enough to win, but
the ball didn't fall in their favor.
The Cats fell behind to Rid-
geview early and trailed 7-14
points at the end of the first pe-
riod. But they clawed their way
back to a 22-28 deficit at the half.
Neither team shot well after
the intermission, but the Cats
made a big surge in the fourth
quarter to almost come back and
win the game. Coach Griffis was
enthusiastic about the effort.
"I. was very proud of the fact
that we were down by 12 in the
fourth quarter and fought back to
within two points," said Griffis.
"The girls ne\er quit playing
hard and we had a couple of op-
portunities to w in."
In the end. it was the tree throw
shooting that cost them the \\in.
The Cats shot onlI 27' c from
the line. and when it counted the
most. the ball %wouldn't drop.
Hinson led the Cats with 14
points, hitting four three point-
ers. Griffis added 8 'ind Ruise
7 points. Destin\ de la Pena hit
for 5 and Meagan Osteen. Sarah
Tra\iick and Deanna NIcKenzie
all had a basket.
The Lad\ Cats have a big
ataa\ match at Santa Fe on
Thursday\ before returning to
pla\ First Coast at home on FIn-
da\ night. Game times are 6:00(
and 7:30 pm.
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 30, 2006 Page 8
Ms. Lancaster and Mr. Dekle
Mr. and Mrs. Mark (Nikki)
Lancaster of Macclenny an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Marca Nicole Lancast-
er to Paul Peyton Dekle of Jack-
sonville. Paul is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William (Iva) Dekle of
The bride-elect is a. 2001
graduate of Baker County High
School and a graduate of Mercer
University in N lacon, Ga. where
she received a Bachelor of Sci-
ence in Business Administra-
tion. She is currently employed
by the Baker County School
Paul is a 1995 graduate of
First Coast High School in Jack-
sonville. He completed a 5 year
internship with Johnson Con-
trols, Inc. and is currently em-
ployed with them as a project
superintendent in Jack son\ ille.
n The couple \\ill be married
on April 28, 2007 at the Mac-
clenny Church of God i ith a re-
ception following at the Mathi-
House in Glen.
Tommy Lee Brill Rollins VII
Rev. Tommy and Marissa
Rollins of Olustee are pleased
to announce a new arrival to the
Tommy Lee Brill Rollins VII
was born on October 28, 2006
at Orange Park Medical Center.
He weighed seven pounds and
was 19 inches long.
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Jesus is the Leader
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Pastor Rev. Ernie Terrell
CHURCH OF CHRIST
: 573 S. 5th St. 259-6059
Sunday Bible Study 9:45 am
Fellowship 10:30 am 11:00 am
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S -' Sam F. Kitching
Hosts ofTroop Talk speakers at meeting
Captain Tripp Ballard and Leah Lett, hosts of Troop Talk, Voice of
the Troops, will speak at the Rotary Club meeting on December 6 at
noon at the Macclenny Church of Christ. Troop Talk radio brings the
soldier's story front and center through engaging live interviews with
military members who have served and continue to serve.
NOVEMBER 30 DECEMBER 1
7:00 pm nightly
Sanderson Christian Revival Center
CR 229 South, Sanderson, 904-27JESUS
S %5Pn6 r Tpeai.,I
Blaine Grayson Thomas
Baby boy Thomas
John Thomas and Lindsey
Stuart are pleased to announce
the birth.of their son Blaine
Grayson Thomas. He was born
on November 10, 2006 and
weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and
was 202 inches long. He joins
his big sister Bailey.
Maternal grandparents are
Melissa and Steve Adams of
Macclenny and George Stuart Jr
of Lake City. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Melissa and John McIn-
tosh of St. George, Ga. and John
and Kay Thomas of Bryceville.,
Blaine's great-grandparents are
Joe and Evelyn Barber of Mac-
clenny, George and Fay Stuart
of Lake City and Ray and Lena
Thomas of Atlanta, Ga.
Nov. 11 wedding
Daniel Davis and Andrea
Griffis were married on Novem-
ber 11, 2006 at Jekyll Island,
Ga. They will host a reception at
their home at 423 McIver St. on
Saturday, December 2, 2006 at
4:30 pm. All friends and family
Application Deadline December 22
Tiny Miss Baker County/ Tiny Miss Macelenny/ Tiny Miss Glen St. Mary
3-5 years of age
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years of age
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9-13 years of age
Miss Baker County Teen/ Miss Macelenny Teen / Miss Glen St. Mary Teen
14-16 years of age
Miss Baker County/ Miss Macclenny/ Miss Glen St. Mary
17-19 years of age
For more information please call Tami Yarborough at 904-259-4407
For applications go by your local Radio Shack and pick them up!
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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 30, 2006 Page 9
Faith Hickman, 49,
dies November 22nd
Faith Hickman, 49, of Mac-
clenny died November 22,2006.
She was born July 29, 1957 in
Jacksonville and remained there
until moving to Macclenny
three H ars
was a me .
ber of the
Shewaspre-d Ms Hickman
by her father Robert Edward
Methvin Sr. and brother Theron
Survivor's include her mother
Gloria Methvin, of Glen St.
Mary; children Heather Lydia
McQueen of Jacksonville,a
Calin Edward :McQueen. of
Jacksonville and Brandy Nicole
Walker of lfiddleburg, brother
Robert Edward Methvin Jr. of
Glen St. Mary;: sisters Gail Lynn
Weber of Jacksonville and Donna
Kay George of Daytona Beach;
grandchild Michael Keith Walk-
A memorial service will be
held Saturday, December 2,
2006 at 1:00 pm in the chapel
of Ferreira Funeral Services,
Macclenny with Predeska
Shirley HJohns, 69,
a native of Georgia
Shirley Hazel Johns, 69, of
Macclenny died Sunday, No-
vember 19. 2006 at Shands
Jacksonville. Shirley was born
June 26, 1937 in Fitzgerald, Ga.
to the late Alan and Ava Lewis.
She lived in Baker County since
1957. She enjoyed fishing and
Survivors include her lov-
ing husband of 49 years, Mar-
vin James Johns of Macclen-
ny; children Marie A Ninimger
of Jacksonville and Michael
D. (Cassandra) Johns of Law-
renceville, Ga.; grandchildren.
Jamal Nowrozi of Macclen-
ny, Ann and David Johns of
The funeral service was held
Wednesday, November 22,2006
in the chapel of Ferreira Funeral
< First UnitedJ
93 N. 5th St., Macclenny 259-3551
Sunday School: 10:00 am
Sunday Worship: 11:00 am
Sunday Youth: 6:00 pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:45 pm
Wednesday Worship: 6:15 pm
\John L. Hay, Jr., Pastor
Mt. Zion N.C.
121 North 1 259-4461
Pastor Tim Cheshire
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Everiinr Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 pm
Jesus answered, Verily, verily I
say unto thee, except a man be
born of water and of the Spirit,
he cannot enler into the king-
dom ol God." John 3 5
Blanch Louise Norman, 49,
of Glen St. Mary died at her
home on Friday, November 17,
2006. Mrs. Norman was born
September 8,1957 in New Lon-
to the late
and A ar
Blanch ,,as 1.i,,
a member :.
of Taylor Ms.Norman
She enjoyed fishing, arts and
crafts and w4a talented seam-
stress. Most of all. Blanch was
a loving and caring person. She.
is predeceased by her brother
Surivors include her loving
husband of 31 years, Daryl W'ay ine
Norman Sr. of Glen St. Mary;
children Beth (Derek) Manning
and Daryl Wayne (Christina)
Norman, both of Glen St. Mary
and Debbie (Dougie) Mobley of
St. George, Ga.; brothers Michael
DeHart and Jerry Norman, both
of Glen St. Mary, Marlin Tillis
of Middleburg and Arthur Tillis
of New Hampshire; sisters Zola
Norman, Lorraine DeHart and
Angie Holloman, all of Glen St.
Mary; two grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
November 21, 2006 at Taylor
Church with Pastor Jim Cox
officiating. The arrangements
were under the direction of V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services.
The family s of Ann Davis
would like to thank everyone
who kept Ann in their prayers
this past year through her long
hard battle with heart compli-
cations. There were so many
of you to thank and we would
never want to leave anyone out,
so for everyone who has been
down this long road with us,
with much sincere appreciation,
ers or just had a simple word of
peace for the family after Ann
died. Most of all we are thank-
ful for the prayers that went up
on our behalf. We would like to
thank Revs. Oral Lyons, Bob-
by Griffin and Justin Griffis for
the beautiful service that gave
our family so much peace. We
would also like to thank Man-
dy Clevenger, Diane Conner
and Guerry Funeral Home for a
Please continue to pray for
our family for we have a long,
hard road ahead of us that only
with the help of the Lord we will
make. May God bless each one
of you. -
PETE AND BOYS, MICHELLE & FAMILY,
ROBERT AND MEAGAN, CHRIS & FAMILY,
DUANE & FAMILY, SHIRLEY & WILMER
ATWELL & FAMILY
The family of Michael Shane
Crawford would like to express
its deepest gratitude to all those
who helped us through this diffi-
cult time. Your food, cards, calls,
prayers and support are very
JuanM. Smith, 42,
Juan Mascus Smith, 42, of
Maxville died Noveinber 25,.
2006. He was born on January
28, 1964 in Jacksonville to the
late Henry Leroy and Jeanette
the past 22
of the Clay
eag es, Mr. Smith
fishing, and spending time with
f Survivors include his wife of
?l years, Tammy Waters Smith
of Maxville; children Destinie
Nichole Srnith and Lacie Danielle
Smith, both of Max\ille, brother
Donnie Smith of Nliddleburg;
sisters Linda Sweat of Boulogne,
Fla. and Mildred Spencer of
The funeral seri ice was
held No\ember 28, 2006 at
the Macclenny Church of God
with PastorRick Crews of Clay
Hill Baptist Church officiating.
Interment followed at Long
Branch Cemetery,. Maxville.
Arrangements N'ere under the
direction of V. Todd Ferreira,
Funeral Services of Macclenny.
Hear felt thanks
The family of Johnny Craw-
ford extends its heartfelt thanks
for every expression oflove and
comfort during our time of sor-
We gratefully acknowledge Pas-
tors Leslie, David and Timmy
Thomas for the wonderful words
of comfort. Our gratitude to the
staff of Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab for their care during the
final months of Dad's life. Thank
you to our church families, Chris-
tian Fellowship Temple and Glen
Baptist, for your prayers,.support,
and the delicious meals. Also,
thanks to the Baker and Charlton
County sheriff's offices for hon-
oring us during the procession.
Mlay God bless each one wiiho
touched our lives during this dif-
In Loving Memory of
Life Does Not End Here
You passed from
this life .,o
On angel wings'
You've moved to
Of years past, .
The day that you". G
You felt no great
Endless tears that were shed,
Were of love, not in vain.
In hearts deeply you're missed,
Indeed a great deal.
Ever thought of so much,
Time alone now can heal.
Somewhere up in Heaven
For certain you'll be,-
You've gone to meet Jesus,.
Yet to pray now for me.
DARYL AND ALL YOUR CHILDREN
The family of Blanch Nor-
man would like to thank every-
one for the prayers, cards, flow-
ers and food that were sent to us
We would like to especially
thank Taylor Church and Sand-
erson C.H. Church, Hospice for
all the loving help and V. Todd
Ferreira Funeral Services for the
excellent service. Extra thanks
to Bros. Mark Woods and Jim
Cox for a beautiful homegoing
celebration. May God bless you
Daryl Norman and Family
An account has been established at Vystar to benefit the
young family of Shane Crawford, who was killed in
Jacksonville by an unknown assailant.
The account number is 0702671011
Evelyn Genivera Roberts Ull-
mann, 72, of Macclenny died
early on November 22, 2006 at
Macclenny Nursing and Rehab
Center following an extended
illness. A.native of Mango, Fla,
Mrs. Ullmann was the daughter
of the late Millard and Thelma
Lindsey Roberts and was raised
in Lake City.
.She received a bachelor's
degree from Abilene Christian
College and taught first grade at
Melrose Park Elementary School
for many years. She also earned
a master's degree in library sci-
ence from the University of
South Florida and took a position
as librarian at Mt. Dora Christian
Following her retirement, Mrs.
Ullmann relocated to Macclenny
where she lived for the past de-
cade. She was an avid reader and
Sunday School teacher, and loved
to sing. plaN the piano, gro\ flow-
ers and collect miniatures.
Mrs; Ullmann is survived by
sons Gerald of Jacksonville and
Lorin (Christie) of Austin, Tex-
as; daughter Lori Lincoln of Fort
Pierce,. Florida; sisters Meredith
(Jack) Leckie of Palm Coast,
Florida and Gwendolyn (Jack)
Brogden of Homosassa, Florida;
brothers Lindsey "Red" (Susie)
of Lake City, Joe (Lizann) of Sa-
vannah, Ga., Ron (Pam) of Jack-
sonville and Don (Linda) Roberts
of Tampa: and 4 grandchildren.
The graveside funeral service
was held November 25,2006 at
the Midway Church of Christ
Cemetery in Bell, Fla. The ar-
rangements were under the direc-
tion of the Dees Family Funeral
Home & Cremation Services of
God called our cherished Ro-
bert Karry "Bobby" Balkcom
home August 15, 2006. You
didn't go alone for we went with
you. Our family chain is broken
as nothing seems the same. The
chain will link again soon. God
saw you were tired, so He put
His arms around you and whis-
pered before your tragic accident
and said. "It's time you "come
with me." He made a golden
heart stop beating, hard-work-
ing hands to rest. God broke our
hearts to prove he only takes the
A special thanks to V. Todd
Ferreria and -staff, May White,
Gail Kirkland, Tonya and David
Godwin, Mandy Clevenger, Joey
Dobson, hundreds of families,
Christian Fellowship Temple,
Kingsley Tharpe,Jimmy Johnson,
St. Johns Police Academy, W.W.
Gay and Bro. David Thomas.
Please keep our family in your
prayers as we need the strength
to be able to put our family back
The family of Bobby Balkeom
Janet, Bill & David Boggs, Karen,,
Jarred, Kameron & Kristyn Carter
Thanks so much
The family of Emery Albert
Kirkland would like to thank ev-
eryone for the love and support
during his illness and our sad
loss. Our family, friends, church
Family andHospice were of great
support and comfort 'through
it all. A special thank you to V.
Todd Ferreira for a lovely ser-
vice. A wonderful husband, dad-
dy, father-in-law and papa will
be in our hearts forever.
ANNIE LOU KIRKLAND
BRUCE (NANCY) KIRKLAND
RHONDA (RODNEY) PAGE
KENT (JACKI) KIRKLAND
Glen Hill Primitive Baptist Church
Elder Arnold Johns
Sunday Services Starting 10:30 am
Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm
For information call: 259-9567
St. Peters Anglican Fellowship
Minnesota Ave. Macclenny, Fla.
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Service 10:00 am
23-A to Lauramdre Rd. & Fairgrounds Rd.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Services 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm
Pastor J. C. Lauramore Welcomes All
Come and magnify the Lord and worship with us
Glen Friendship Tabernacle
Clinton Ave. Glen St. Mary
W.JXR, Radio Service Sunday .... 8:30 am
Morning Worship Service...... 10:30 am
Children's Church........... 11:30 am
Evangelistic .................. 6:00 pm
Bible Study (Wed)............. 730 pm
Rev. Albert Starling *Home: 259-3982 Church: 259-6521
Jesus: The Way, The Truth and The Life
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P.M.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M.
Pastor Rev. Shannon Conner
North 6th Street Macclenny 259-3500
Sunda rnin Worship 10:15 am .
ud Fifth v. & !Worship 59-69031
Su rtal n rell
,First Baptist ChurchPastor:
GLe F t ARY, FLOR IDPaul al
S Shol :30 Sunday School 9:45 AM
,,.S a MoSundayrnin Morning Worship 10:15 am Thursday 1ouh 7:00 AM
Sunday Evening Worunday Eehip Worship 6:00:00 pmPM
Sr Wednesday Prayerll Meeting 7:00 PM
,f ,, "' Loring Church with a Crowing Vision of Excellence"
;' i Sppe ial Blff ins' Sc'h,,, Readiness Crnlte 2'*'))il ),
First Baptist Church
GLEN$ST;. ARY, FLORIDA
'-" '" "',,,, ,, Sunday School 9:45 AM
--/ a tk cerLui.\ Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM
.o ^*HlSunday Evening Worship 6:00 PM
1^ & Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Dr. Walter Bennett, Interim Sr. Pastor
Perry Hays, Associate Pastor
Senior Pastor Independent Pentecostal Church
2594940 Seventh St. & Ohio Ave., Macclenny
Sunday School 10:1
Sunday Morning Worship 11:1
Sunday Evening Worship 6:(
Wednesday Night Service 7:(
Radio WJXR 92.1 Sunday 9:
Common Ground Sunday
Common Ground Wed. (Teens)
God Kids Sunday
God Kids Wednesday
G Guerry Funeral Home
Is your favorite funeral director a salesman or a caregiver? Caregivers
are not concerned with selling expensive caskets and expensive burial
vaults. Caregivers make suggestions to keep funeral costs reasonable.
Guerry Funeral Home's reputation was built on caring for your family.
420 E. Macclenny Ave. (U.S. 90 East)
2659 S.W. AM.in Blvd. (U.S. 41 South)
Bill Guerry and Bryan Guerry, Funeral Directors
Larry Williams, Office Administrator
All donations are greatly appreciated.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 30, 2006 Page 10
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS
Rea tat Cl~ssl
The Test for Adult Basic Edu-
cation (T.A.B.E.) will be given
Friday, December 1 at 9:00 am
at the Family Service Center
adjacent to Keller Intermediate
School. Registration is prompt-
ly at 9:00. Those arriving late
will not be admitted. For more
information, call 259-4110 or.
Blood drive Dec. 10
The Florida/Georgia Blood
Alliance will have a mobile unit
at Taylor Church on Sunday, De-
cember 10 from 9:30 am-l:00
pm. For more information on
this blood drive, please call Tay-
lor Church at 259-7324 ext. 221
or the FL/GA Blood Alliance at
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Reg. by FL Commission for
CITIZENS OF MACCLENNY
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE at the regular meet-
ing of the City Council on Tuesday, December
12, 2006 at 6:00 P.M. at City Hall, 118 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida, the City of
Macclenny will consider the below Ordinance for
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ORDINANCE
RELATING TO REZONING; PROVIDING FOR
THE REZONING OF CERTAIN LANDS IN THE
CITY OF MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR
ACCEPTANCE OF A VOLUNTARY REZONING
REQUEST FROM CATINA WIDEMOND JONES
AND CLARENCE 0. JONES ON PARCEL 32-2S-
22-0007-0002-0080; PROVIDING FOR AN
A complete legal description of metes and bounds
and the Ordinance can be obtained from the office
of the City Clerk.
Lost chocolate/ tan small
male chihuahua. Debarked.
Neutered. 7 yrs old.
904-307-8146 or 251-5451
Missed dearly. Lost at
Normandy and Lane Ave.
IZI?8 R12?1 ofkMaccldenly *259-48Z8 ,B*
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Luxurious Country Living!
4BR/2BA dream home on 5 acres.
This home is vour dream home with
12' ceilings, real oak floors, heated
in-ground pool and Jacuzzi. Seller
will pay for a 1 year home warranty.
Gorgeous landscaped lawn with the
awesome floor plan to make this your
home for life. Room for horses if you
want to live in luxury, and have the
country life. This home has too many
items to mention, you MUST see it to
believe it!!! MAC-030
Anyone having an interest in the first reading of
this Ordinance is invited to attend the meeting.
Great neighborhood in Macclenny this handsome 3/2 1547 SF home
has a 2 car garage plus storage. Nice yards with fenced back yard
and sprinkler system. Wired for sound.
CLASSIC WARM 3/2 BRICK HOME
In established Dm' 2298 SF,
large screened ('9 1= BL'arge kitchen
On 2 city lots with back yard fenced! $195,900
COUNTRY ESTATE IN CITY
2500 SF 4BR/3BA house., Completely remodeled and updated!
New Kitchen-Aid appliances. New wiring, plumbing and air
conditioning! Stone and wood flooring, vinyl board fence,
Two new electric fireplaces! REDUCED- $279,900
New Listings Added Dailj
Please visit our website at www.cbisaacrealty.co
This gorgeous 3BR/2BA 1939 SF
home has a 4th room that could
be a den or an office. Large eat in
kitchen with oak cabinets, formal
dining room, arches in walkway,
master bath has jet tub for relax-
ing evening baths and your yard is
easily maintained with the sprinkler
St. Mary's River Bluff on the river 3BR/2BA home. Asking $187,000
BRING ALL OFFERS MAC/WH-043
St. George, GA, 15.5 miles north of Fl/GA border. 2/1 home with
ih in 1111 7 ilr2,u- .icrre. Hinie i l l s with plenty of room
to grow and the added bonus of nature at its finest. Seller to pay
$2,000 towards closing and $750 bonus to selling agent!! $84,500
St. Mary's River Bluff, off river, brand new 2006 3BR/2BA DW/MH
on 1.25 acres, never been lived in. $132,500 MAC-017
Macclenny 3/2 home on 1 acre with great open floor plan.
St. George, GA, 27.5 acre
chicken houses (egg laying
cooler, equipment barn
1566 SF brick home with
garage. Barns not currentl.I
duction, but have source fo
10.01 acres just off paved US 90. Don't worry about
rainy days, you're just off the paved road. Owner wil
$2,000 towards closing and $750 bonus it selhnig a
PRICE REDUCED!! $1-,900 -
Macclenny Convenience store, no gas pumps, but gi
potential with added fuel system to serve large truck
Macclenny 1.18 acres with 3/2 DW/MH adjoining al
store to live in or use extra acreage to have i large fu
a 2 car
PERFECT FOR LARGE FAMILY!
Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA 2005 Fleetwood doublewide MH,
1917 SF on 1.2 acres. Large living area and kitchen.
2 lots on US 90- in Glen St.
Mary with building. Excellent
business opportunity. Has water
& sewer. Currently rented at
Excellent Business Loc
1.25 acres with 320 feet
way frontage on busy
North. Zoned Comm
3/2 SW and 2 story home on
1.21 a i in the
the house. REDUCED $99,500
3 lots in Glen St. Mary, 75x130.
"'O"' 1999 14x70 mobile home with
lercial chainlink fenced yard. 2 BR, 2
BA with a garden tub and sepa-
r lot. rate shower in master bath.
o, .92 Close to city. $79,900
walk to school. 1560 SF
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY- Brick home & two additional
lots to build on in excellent location for convenience to 1-10 and
shopping. Remodeled with new kitchen, stove & refrigerator,
All 3 for $189,900
CONVENIENCE STORE/ MEAT MARKET
Well established business in the fastest growing area of Macclenny.
Excellent corner lot location! Beverage License is available!
Richard's Grocery & Meat Market, 386 N. Lowder St., Macclenny
$389,000- Owner will stay on to train you for 6 months.
Macclenny Realty Inc. _
Wayne Combs, Licensed Real Estate Broker ** We can show and sell all listings!
- Anne Kitching, Realtor, 962-8064 Wendy Smith, Realtor, 710-0528 ** Tina Melvin, Realtor, 233-2743 cell.
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Custom Homes *Additions Remodels
259-4893 ** 904-403-4781 cell.
5960 Lauramore Rd., Macclenny, FL 32063
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which in the opinion of the publisher
does not meet standards of publica-
V2 carat diamond. brilliant, qual-
ity European cut, set in man's mount
with two .10 diamonds, just in time
for Christmas, will sacrifice for $1500.
Serious inquires only. 904-229-3457
leave name & number. 11/23-30p
"American" youth saddle, 14", dark
oil, great condition, $250. 912-843-
2098. 11/23-12/21 p
Solid wood Futon bunkbed, twin on
top, full size on bottom, great condi-
tiorn, includes mattress, $200. 904-
Washers/Dryers ,$150 set, will sepa-
rate; refrigerator & stove 90 day war-,
ranty, free delivery and set up. 904
964-5266 anytime. 11/30-12/4p
Dell Dimension L series computer,
Pentium III, mouse, keyboard, 17 inch
CRT monitor, printer, 56K modem, CD
ROM, floppy drive, Zip drive, 7.5 GB
HD, Windows 98. $150. 259-3737. tfc
Good used appliances. 90 day money
, back guarantee. 266-4717.7/13-3/29p
Luxury queen pillowtop, in plastic,
$199. 904-398-5200. 11/2tfc
King pillowtop, new with warranty,
$289, can deliver. 904-391-0015.
Butterfly dining table with 6 chairs,
very ornate, fluted legs, rare; half round
foyer console. All pieces are mahogany
wood. Southern Charm. 259-4140.
Various size pipe racks, $100 $150
each. 387-0176. 11/16-30p
3X24 ft., 29 gauge, metal roofing;
2x6, 44 ft., load bearing, trusses. 334-
Bed, beautiful temp-pedic memory
foam mattress & boxsprings, new
in plastic, with warranty, retail $950,
must sell $379, can deliver. 904-858-
5 HP chipper/shredder $100; 4x8 util-
ity trailer $200; truck bedliner, fits Toy-
ota, $50; V2 HP pump $50. 259-7502.
Solid wood cherry sleigh bed with mat-
tress & boxsprings, retail $950, sac-
rifice for $395, can deliver. 904-858-
Mahogany secretary, beautiful piece,
excellent condition. Southern Charm
Xbox & 5 games, $85; 19" TV, $25 or
both for $100. 904-568-1691. 11/30p
Artists! Oils, acrylics, water colors,
canvases, drawing pads and much
more! The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Buck Stove, cast iron, with blower,
used as fireplace insert, New $1500,
sell for $600, 259-3737 ask for Karin.
Homemade fruit cakes. New Life
Ladies' Ministries has delicious fruit
cakes available for your holiday needs.
5 lbs. $30, 3 lbs. $23, mini muffins
- $8. Call 259-7373 or 259-6360.
Antique breakfront buffet, breakfront
china cabinet, buffet, all mahogany, can
be seen at Southern Charm. 259-4140.
2004 Yamaha Bear Tracker 4 wheeler.
low hours garage kept, purchased newv
11.'04, $2700 OBO: Ashley couchIlo-
veseat, burgundy, $125 OBO; glass
coffee/2 end tables, $60 OBO; ladies
diamond wedding ring, paid $4700,
sell for $1600 OBO; ladies diamond
cocktail ring, $400 OBO. 386-623-0866
or 904-497-2899. 11/23-30p,
Weider Platinum XP800 crossbow,
excellent condition, paid over $1000,
asking $500 OBO. 904-289-9959.
Now through Christmas, The Franklin
Mercantile will be open Thursday-Sat-
urday. Friday evenings until 8:00 pm.
259-6040. 11/30-12/21 c
ProForm 520X Treadmill, digital con-
sole with time/incline/distance/laps/
speed/heart rate/calorie count manual
programs/certified trainer program
with 10 settings, plug in for computer,
stereo or TV, originally $600, sell for
$300. 259-4472. 11/30p
1989 Dodge Dakota, V6, automatic,
A/C, $1500; 2001 Ford Ranger 4x4, ex-.
tended cab. V6 automatic, A/C. $6500.,
1'9 S510 4 ,4, extended cab, V6, auto-
matic, A/C, $5000. 2002, 30 ft., 9 ton
equipment trailer, 3 axle, $4500. 904-
838-2648. 11/30-12/21 p
1975 Dodge motor home, 30 ft., about
30,000 miles on V8 engine, about 85%
restored, $6500. 571-0913. 11/30p
2001 Ford Ranger XLT, red, 4 cylin-
der, 5 speed, A/C, CD player, power
steering, new tires, runs great, 93,500
miles, $5795 OBO. 259-7856 after 5:00
1994 Cavalier, approximately 50,000
miles on 4 cylinder, automatic, air/
heat, a nice little white car, $2100. 571-
Perfect Christmas present, 1996 Har-
ley Davidson Sportster, many extras,
great custom bike, $4150 OBO. 259-
1997 Ford Escort, runs great, A/C,
$1200 OBO. 704-5043. 11/30-12/4p
1986 Ford F150, low mileage, $1200
\OBO. 259-9742. 11/20-12/4p
Tutoring provided in Math & Science,
$20/hour, Call E.L. Carpenter at 259-
Do you have a junk car or truck you
want hauled off or to sell? 259-7968.
We do small job land clearing, bush
hog mowing, scatter dirt, root rake,
etc., also tree trimming & removal.
Now accepting antique furniture on
consignment. Pieces have to be in good
condition. Call Karin at Southern Charm
English/White English/Ugapei pup-
pies, shots/wormed, POP, $550, cash
only. 275-3079. 11/30p
Happy Jack mange medicine pro-
motes healing and hair growth to any
mange or bare spot on dogs and hors-
es without steroids. Glen Cash Store
11 16-12. 1p
Boxer pups, CKC papers, health certifi-
cate, $475 each. 904-422-4541.
20+ registered quarter horses. Brood-
mares, Winglins, Palominos, Buck-
skins, Sorrels, etc. Cowbred. Jodi @
Christmas puppies! 8 weeks on 12.20,
Red/Blue Heelers, $250 each. 912-843-
Dogs: all types from Ipuppies to adulls.
Animal Control, $50 boarding lees will
apply. 259-6786. 11/20tfc
Free kitten to a good home, litterbox
trained, very cute. 904-266-4013.
Blockhead Pitbull puppies, 10 weeks
old, 2 males, 3 females, all shots &
wormed, ready for Christmas, $60.
Beagle puppies, 9 weeks old, $150
each. 259-2900. 11/30c
19 month old quarterhorse filly & 7
month old quarterhorse colt, AQHA
registration pending. 904-377-6348 or
Free to good home, 3 beautiful, playful
kittens. 259-7502. 11/30c
Notice to readers:
The newspaper often publishes classi-
fied advertising on subjects like work-at-
home, weight loss products, health prod-
ucts. While the newspaper uses reason-
able discretion in deciding on publication
of such ads, it takes no responsibility as
to the truthfulness of claims. Respondents
should use caution and common sense
before sending any money or making other
commitments based on statements and/or
promises; demand specifics in writing. You
can also call the Federal Trade Commission
at 1-877-FTC-HELP to find out how to spot
fraudulent solicitations. Remember: if it
sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- The Baker County Press
Subway now hiring for our new loca-
tion inside the Supercenter, all shifts.
Applications are only being accepted at
WorkSource office. 11/30-12/9p
Seeking the right person to handle
front office duties at an established,
busy office in Macclenny. You must
have above average business and
organizational skills, a proven ability to
deal with the public in an accurate and
pleasing manner. Salary commensu-
rate with experience. Send resumes to
c/o Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
Experienced painters needed. Must
have tools, benefits after 90 days. 259-
Company specializing in erosion con-
trol now hiring the following positions:
Crew leaders, equipment operators.,
laborers, class A CDL drivers. Valid
driver's license a MUST. Fax resume to
904-275-3292 or call 275-4960. EOE.
Drug free workplace. 11/30p
Part time w/full time potential.
Looking for motivated, qualified per-
son in Baker and surrounding area.
Experience in sales helpful. Reply with
resume & references;to P.O. Box 598,
Macclenny, FL 32063. 6/2tfc
Midtown Day Fla Market. Saturday, December
2, 7:30-noon. No fee. bring your own set up.
Crafters, dealers or church groups welcome.
Anyone interested in playing bluegrass or gos-
pel for enjoyment, contact Kathleen at 904-994-
Thursday. Friday & Saturday 8:00 am-?. 121
N. & 228 N.
Friday 9:00 am-2:00 pm. 121 N. on left, nice
Friday 9:00 am-?, 5466 Blue Hole Rd. Furni-
ture. Christmas decorations, new & used merchandise. 1990 Buick
Friday & Saturday 9:30 am-1:00 pm. Kaite Court next to Woodshed.
Namebrand clothes, young women's small-med., teen boys med.,
Friday & Saturday 8:30 am-3:00 pm. 5454 Woodlawn Rd.
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am-?. 11732 Faye Rd.
Saturday 8:00 am-1:00 pm. 4504 Hickory St. Clothes girls 14/16,
10'-, 12' ). 14'-., luniors 3.4, women 18'20, toys, games, puz-
zles,, books, knicks knacks, more.
Saturday 7:00 am-noon. 630 W. Ohio Ave. 2 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?. CR 123 (Old Smokey Road), follow signs.
Clothes, games, miscellaneous. 2 families.
Saturday 8:00 am-?, 464 Ivy St. Clothes, books, TV. toys, furniture.
Saturday 8.00 am-noon. 121 N. across from Macclenny Church of
Florida Times Union early morning
route in Macclenny and Sanderson.
Must have dependable transportation,
cash bond and telephone. Call 1-888-
Local home care agency looking for
full time/part time Physical Therapist
and Occupational Therapist. Contact'
Linda at 259-3111. 5/25tfc
Cleaning/maintenance person, must
be able to operate floor machine, part-
time, 20-25 hours week, immediate
*opening, minimum wage. Macclenny
Moose Lodge, call 259-6305 or 259-
2700, 9:00 am-1:00 pm. 11/30-12/7c
A Touch of Grass Lawn Service needs
experienced full time lawn mainte-
nance worker with valid Florida drivers
license. 259-7335. 3/23tfc
Class "A" Maintenance Mechanic
needed for 3rd shift maintenance crew.
Must have minimum 5 years experi-
ence. Pay ranges from $17.43 plus a
26 cent shift differential pay. We are an
equal opportunity employer and a drug
free workplace. We offer 401k, health
insurance, paid holidays & vacation:
Apply at Gilman Building Products, CR
218, Maxville or fa, resume to 904-
Full time trim/punch out carpenter for
loca! construction company Benefits
and paid vacation included. Please call.
813-1580 weekdays only between 9:00
am 5:00 pm. 10/26tfc
Avon Be a representative or be a per-
sonal shopper, 50% off. 275-3215 or
889 S. Glen Ave. Hwy. 125, Glen St. Mary
Open Monday thru Saturday
9:00 am to 5:30 pm
New and used items arriving daily
*Furniture *Baby Items
-Parts & Service
available on all bikes
..owacepig is ad Maserar
Jim Smith, Real Estate Broker
Josie Davis Mark Lancaster Juanice Padgett
Andrew P. Smith Teresa Yarborough
799 S 6th St., MacclE
Fixer upper for hunter/fisherman. 1994 1296 SF 3
BR, 2 BA MH on 2.73 acres. Shed with camp kitch-
en and sleeping area. Near Ocean Pond in Olustee.
Needs a little work. $69,900
3 BR, 1 BA, vinyl siding, new roof on I acre. CH/A.
$100,000. Tony Giyens Rd., Sanderson.
Brick. 1632 SF. 3 BR,
2 BA, i;uge moidelin
kitchen, large family
'r presidentiall or
,--f ice se Thi jI, a nice
Reduced- Ten high and dry acres zoned for horses. Located
3 miles west of Glen St. Mary off of US 90. Good road front-
age. Modular, manufactured and conventional homes wel-
come Reduced to $159,900
New Listing- Peaceful setting on private lane. High and dry
enny 22 acres with 1404 SF 1999 doublewide in good condition.
m 3 BR, 2 BA split design. Nice screened porch. 2 miles north
S l. .s of Glen St. Mary. Priced to sell $129,900
Commercial property- on US Hwy. 90 in Nice older MH completely renovated &
Macclenny. Older home may be converted to busi- hew additions. 3 BR, 1 BA, FP, screen &
ness space. Established flower shop offering world
wide wire service. $445,000 open porch, abv. ground pool, privacy fence.
Large storage buildings. .88 acre corner lot.
Nearly new 2004 manufactured home. 984 SF,es. Reasonably priced at $89,900 Owner will
Must see to appreciate. $209,000 consider financing with 20% down.
OWNER FINANCING- Investment opportunity!
Restaurant building and land across street from courthouse. The building is
currently rented to a barbecue restaurant. This is a prime location (300 East
Macclenny Avenue (US Hwy. 90). Near hospital, doctor offices, city/county
offices and downtown business district. Plenty of parking on .6 acre with 129
front feet on US Hwy. 90 and approximately 205' on Third St. Sale includes
building, land and equipment listed on original rental agreement.
AFFORDABLY PRICED AT $265,000.
Owner will finance with $65,000 down and balance at 7.75% for 15 years.
The business name "Lyman Green's Bar-B-Que" is not included in the sale.
THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS, Thursday November 30, 2006 Page 12
Car fanatics wanted. Learn to earn
$2000-$5000 per month using your
own car as a demo. Get started today.
TA Tavelcenter Town & Country
Restaurant is looking for grave yard
shift cooks, Tuesday-Saturday, full
time, pay depending upon experience.
Servers & dishwashers needed. Apply
in person at 1024 US 301 S, exit 343
in Baldwin. 266-4281. 11/9-30c
Earthmoving. Heavy equipment opera-
tors, dozers, track hoes and off road
dump trucks. Health benefits. EOE.
Drug free workplace, email resume to
can be completed at www.comanco
corn or call for applications at 813-
988-8829 ext. 117 Current locations:
Folkston, GA. : 11/9-30p
Now taking applications tor front
desk. Must be able to work all 3
shifts. Apply in person 9:00 am-3:00
pm at Travelodge, 1651 S. 6th St.,
Utility workers needed for EEO and
drug free established company. We
offer 401k,' nealthrdenlal insurance,
paid holidays & vacations. $1 raise
after 6 months. Apply in person at
Gilmar Building Products, CR 218.
Monday 5:00 p I
Notice to Readers
All real estate advertising in this newspaper
is subject to the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise "any preference,
limitation or discrimination based,on race,
color, religion, sex, handicap, familiar status
or national origin, or an intention, to make
any such preference, limitation or discrimi-
nation." Familial status includes children
under the age of 18 living with pIrenit or
legal custodians, pregnant women and peo-
ple securing custody of children under 18.
This' newspaper will not knowingly accept
any advertising for real estate which is in
violation of the law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal cppcr-
tunity basis. To complain of da' rirmiriation,
call HUD toll free at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll free telephone number for the impaired
FSBO. 10 acres, several miles outside
of Glen, 1/10 mile otff Hwy 90, nice
property, prime location, restricted
to homes, fiorses allowed. $135.000.
75x125 lot in Glen St Mary, $29.000
Call 904-838-0035. 11.'23tIc
1997 doublewide on 2.71 acres, pole
barn, shed fenced pond May consider
lease option, $105,000 904--4 7-8995.
WHITEHEAD BROS.JNC LAKE CITY LOGISTICS
NEW RAISE IN PAY
Over the road drivers needed.
New trucks x% ith ThermoKing APU's, I St00t an in\ ereis, top of the line,
leather seats. walk-in condo sleepers,. and ne\I air-ride front suspension
fora smoother ride than .Nou ha\e ever experienced Home several nights
most weeks as we have a good mixture of regional and over the road.
Home most weekends Personalized dispatching that comes forn onl)
dispatching 25 trucks locally. .Earn up to 30'- of revenue immediately.
NO WAITING!!! Ne"\ increased layover pay. Up to $100 00 per da\.
2 weeks Vacation. $1200.00 per ;-ear Safers Bonu.. Driver of the Ye.ir
bonus. Driver recruitment bonus. Medical and dental insurance Need 2
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE
904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898
8/24tfc Commercial property zoned IH, 2000
FSBO. 3 acres, +/- with well and septic SF house/office on .7 acres, fenced
tank in North Baker County, can set 2 with 2 outbuildings (1) 20x10, (1)
mobile home on property, $58,000. 30x30. 7185 Beaver St, $250,000 OBO.
259-3457. 11/30p Bobbv Gatlina at 616-7075. 11/9-30p
Elegant entrance brick home. 4 BR, 2
BA, 2400 SF heated, 13' ceilings, great
room, living room, dining room, break-
fast area, kitchen w/white cabinets,
both bathrooms w/jacuzzi, master
BA/walk-in shower, security system,
surround sound in great room, large
sunroom next to a screened inground
pool. Brand new 13 seer, high efficien-
cy heat pump. Sprinkler system, beau-
tiful landscaping. 2 room detached
garage w/,'12' aluminum lean to and a
fenced'area. All on 1 acre which has an
underground petsafe invisible fence.
Wonderful neighborhood. Great loca-
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packages available. 653-1656. 11/30p
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Mobile homes, 2 and 3 BR, A/C, no
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New 3 BR mobile homes, no pets, gar-
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1 BR, 1 BA block home, $400/month,
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IN THE CIRCUIT GOURT EIGHTH
JLIDICIAL CIRCUIT lII AND FOR
BAKER COUNT, FLORIDA
CASE NO 02-2006-CA-0153
RH DAVISanrdRM DAVIS.
P ARVEL C CREWS deceased
PATRICIA YOUNGG CREWS, rak voie,
ARVEL DALE CREWS DEANNA BARON
and SANDRA CREWS as heirs 01 ine
decedrnl STATE OF FLORIDA
t DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE. elal
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Patricia Young Crews, Deanna Baron, San-
dra Crews, any and all unknown grantees. credi-
Stors and all other parties claiming by. through,
under or against the estate:
*- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Verified Mortgage
Foreclosure Complaint has been tiled against
^. you on the following described property:
Lot 28. Deerwood Estates. a recorded subdi-
S-. vision as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 60,
public records of Baker County. Florida.
Parcel IDi 28-2S-22-0112-0000-0280
and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on Frank E. Malo-
i ney, Jr.., P.A.. Allorney. whose address is 445
-. East Macclenny Ave., Macclenny. Florida 32063;
(904)259-3155. within thirty (30) days after the
f lirst publication of the notice and on or before
the 8th day of December, 2006. and to file the
.- original with the Clerk ofl this Court either before
service on Frank E. Maloney. Jr., P.A., attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a delault
.. will be entered against you for the relieve de-
manded in the Complaint or Petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this Court on this
1st day of November, 2006.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Jamie Crews
-3 DEPUTY CLERK
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that County of Bak- .
er, the holder i: irer iolilovng certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and year of issuance nme
des' :ripli:,n :i i prjprty. and jr e names in which
il iA d:S.t'.L; d jre' 0 fi illOw;
Certificate Number: 01-00568
Year of issuance: 2001
Denriplion roi ruoperry 20.3S-21.0000-0000-
(055 Bem al Irme SE ,::rner '1 irn ijW ', OI ihe
SW Shcion 20, T.:mwnihip 3 Soulh. Raige 21
Easi ihrince run N 0 31'21 W 210 leei. Thenr.e
run N s8 8 52 W. 26. 1 ie'i, Inenre 0 31'21'
E, 210 0 iei irenre $ 89'58'52" E 265 71 feet
to the Point of Beimnning Tog iher wiih 15 foot
easement for ingress and egress over and across
the following described property; the South 15 feet
of the NW/A of the SW/A, Section 20, Townsrp 3
South, Range 21 East, Baker County, Florida.
All of said property being located in Baker
County, Florida. -
Names in which assessed: Clay and Mandy
Unless such certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to ethe law, the property described will be
sold to the highest bidder at the front door of the
Baker County Courthouse, 339 E. Macclenny Ave.,
Macclenny, FL. on January 16, 2007, at 11:00 am.
Dated this 13th day of November, 2006.
Clerk of Court
Baker County, Florida
By Bonnie M. Palleschi
As Deputy Clerk
b Speeia In:
No,. 4 StoeM1j Sa
Krsk Krete FdLDirt
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Other Sewvifes In &ue: S6u ipmnt atroing,
CuivtStPipe Installation, Drivewaj Stabiization oaul Motel
Cal" S 9 for wouto nText'lojeAet
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 02-2006-DR-401
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
CARLOS ALBERTO RIVERA,
CHERYL ANN RIVERA,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARLOS ALBERTO RIVERA
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Jacksonville, FL
You are notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed. You are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the action on the wife's attorney whose name
and address is Hugh D. Fish, Jr., at P.O. Box 531,
Macclenny, Florida 32063 on or before Decem-
ber 15, 2006, and file the original with the Clerk
of Court, either before service on the petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage will be
entered to the relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal on this 14th day
of November, 2006.
T.A. "AL" FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
BY: Jamie Crews
AS DEPUTY CLERK
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Baker County District School Board will hold
the following Public Hearing on Tuesday, 'January
. 2, 2007. In ihe Baker County DiincI School Board
Room located aj 270 Souih Boulevard E., Mac-
clennv Flonila, feginrurig ar 6 30 pm
Approval ol New and Revised School
SThe public is irvired and encouraged Io anend
The docurmerns will be available lor preview at the
Bajer County Sc:no'l Board Office located at 392
Soulh Boulevard E Macclenny Florida beginning
December 6. 2006
Please lake nonce al Ihe regular meeting oi me City'
Council on Tuesday Dec emPer 12, 2006 at 6 00 pm
at Ciut Hall 118 E. Macclennv Avenue. Macclenny.
Florida, the City ol Macclennv will consider the
below Ordinance for linal reading.
A Bill to or enTilled an acti iealing Seclon
5.26 ol mne Uniled Land Use Development
Regulalion. enliled "Proponionaie Fair
Snrare Program' providing lor purpose and
inilenT providing for applicability providing
Ior general reluiremenls [providing
lor application process providing or
determining proporniorale lair share
,obligation, providing ior proponionale
lair .iriare acreemeri : providing or
proponionrale lair share lurn providing lor
an erlehiive daie
Anyone r avring ran Ieres in, the final reading of
Ihis Ordinance is invilea lo attend the meeting
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
COMPREHEIISIVE PLAN AMENDMENT(SI IN
DOCKET lD 06 -2-N01-0201-iAl-Ill
The Depanrmerit gives notice of ius inent to
find ine Amer-,dmenrit( .i0 ie Compirehensive
Plan ior Baker Countyr. adopted by Ordinance Nuos.
206-30 and 2006-32 on Seplember 25 2006 IN
COMPLIANCE pursuant to SeCinons 163 3184.
163 3137 and 163 1189 FS
Tre adopted Baker Countyv Comprehensive
Plan AnrF-ndmenllsi and Deprinmenl's Obieorions
RecommendhiionE and Commenis Report iiiany).
are available for public inspection Monday Ihrough
Friday etcepl ior legal hohlaays during norradi
busmne-i nour. at Ine Bakir Counry Planning
and Zoning Depanrteni. 81 Northn 3rd Sireei
Macclenny. Flurida 32063.
An, aie':irea person a defined in Seirnon
163.3184, F S., nai a righl to petition tor in
administrative hearing to challenge the proposed
agency delerminanori final ine Ariendmenils)
to the Baler County Comprenensive Plan are In
Compliance, as defined in Subsection 163.3184(1),
ES. The petition must be filed within twenty-one
(21) days after publication of this notice, and
must include all of the information and contents
described in Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C.
The petition must be filed with the Agency Clerk,
Department of Community Affairs, 2555 Shumard.
OaT Boulevard. Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
2100. and a Copy rr aile or delivered to the local
goverrinmenl Failure io iirnriy ile a petition shall
constitute a wavier of any right to request an
adminiivraiive- proceeding as 3 peniiioner under
Se'oiur,. 120 569 and 12057 FS ii a [eliriion is
iled ii fle purpose of irie aamir,.;iraiive rieariny will
be a present evidence and ielihmonri and forward
a recorrimendred order to10 ne Depanmeni if no
relileor o fi d. ins Noiice 01 Inieri, rinall become
final agency action.
ii a peiioi is lIteda. olher ahecied persons may
peliioii for leavve even in Ire proceeding.
A peliiuon lor intervention miusi be filed at least
iweniy (201i dai before the final hearing and,
must include aiia of the information and contents
described in Uniform Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. A
petition for leave to intervene shall filed .at the
Division of Administrative Hearings, Department of
Management Services, 1230 Apalachee Parkway,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060. Failure to
petition to intervene within the allowed time frame
constitutes a waiver of any right such person has
to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to participate in the administrative
After an administrative hearing petition is timely
filed, mediation is available pursuant to Subsection
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected person who
is made a party to the proceeding by filing that
request with the administrative law judge assigned
by the Division of Administrative Hearings. The
choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right
to an administrative hearing.
Mike McDaniel, Acting Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
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LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that local
government staff and elected officials representing Baker
CountN, the City of Macclenny and the Town of Glen St.
Mary will be attending an educational/informational "Lo-
cal Government Workshop of Low Impact Development
and the Benefit to Water Quality This workshop, which
is sponsored by Baker County, Baker County Extension
Office, St. Johns River Water Management District, and
presented by the University of Florida Program for Re-
source Efficient Communities, will be held on Monday,
December 4,2006 from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Baker
County Agricultural Center, 1025 West Macclenny Av-
enue, Nlacclenny, Florida. The public is invited to attend.
The purpose of the workshop is to inform the attendees
of water quality protection and overall environmental re-
source efficiencies gained from the application of low im-
pact development design standards in existing and future
development that may occur in Baker County;
For more information, contact Mike Sweat, County
Project Manager at the Baker County Extension Office at
It is anticipated that one or more local elected officials
will attend and participate in the workshop.
NOTICE TO PERSON NEEDING SPECIALACCOM-
MODATIONS AND TO ALL HEARING IMPAIRED:
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special accommodation to participate
in the proceedings should contact the ADA Coordinator
at 905-259-3520 at the Baker County Extension Office.
For hearing impaired individuals: Call Telecommunica-
tion Device for the Deaf (TDD): Florida Relay Service:
1-800-955-8770 no later than 5 days prior to the date of
Sponsored by: Baker County Board of Commission-
ers, Baker County Extension Office, St. Johns River Wa-
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