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75� JUNE 23, 2011 THURSDAY





THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


82nd Year, Vol. 9 Winner of 7 state awards for journalism excellence in 2010


Shoots, kills girlfriend's son at


A Macclenny man was charged over the week-
end with the shooting death of his girlfriend's son
at a residence on Fern St. in the northeast city.
Frank (Doug) Kilgo, 55, called police shortly af-
ter 6:00 pm on June 18 to report that he had shot
Joshua (Brandon) Fish, 26, of Sanderson after the
victim jumped a swimming pool fence and came at
him in what the victim described as a threatening
manner.
Deputies arrived at the residence to find Mr.
Fish lying face-up on the pool patio with a single
gunshot wound to the chest. He was pronounced
dead minutes later by a rescue team.
Mr. Kilgo walked out of a door and stood in a
carport when Deputy Jared Satterwhite pulled up
to the address, and, according to the officer, [he]
raised his hands in the air saying he was unarmed."
He admitted shooting Mr. Fish and told the of-
ficer where the victim lay, then pointed to a loaded
.357 magnum pistol lying on the hood of a nearby


County shuns vote


on Taber closing

Board sits on hands


MIKE ANDERSON
PRESS STAFF
Torn between a church ex-
pressing concern for children's
safety and neighborhood resi-
dents opposed to closing an his-
toric road in Glen St. Mary, the
county commission opted dur-
ing a packed meeting on June
20 to leave the road intact.
The First Baptist Church of
Glen had sought the closure of
1,500 feet of Taber Boulevard
as a through street from US 90
south to Interstate 10. The exist-


ing road runs between


the church's main The Glen Town Council
campus on the east votedunanimously
side of the road and a Tu
children's activities fa- Tuesday night to close
cility on the west side. Andrews St. between
Church leaders, ac- Taber and Lincoln as
companies by more requested by the Glen
than two dozen mem- Baptist Church.
bers in the audience -Fullstorynextweek
as a show of support,
said the road closure
would facilitate a 20-year ex- Sche
pension plan and increase the dent of'
safety of children who have to former r
cross the road for church activi- Taber at
ties throughout the week, but road lea,
mainly on Sunday and Wednes- going all
day evening, he was b
"Precious children cross that "I d(
street. Let's protect the chil- close the
dren," said Glenn McKendree, Baptist
a church spokesman who said to be clo
many motorists drive at exces- always g
sive speeds on Taber Boulevard. every ro
Though no one has been Baker C(
struck by a vehicle while cross- Mich
ing the street in the church's 35- the requ
year history, he said, there have idea." HE
been "some close misses." have put
Several people who live near of the ro
the church, however, said clos- Sever
ing the road would inconve- as altern


Macclenny

will allow

yard sales

downtown

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non-profits

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nience residents throughout
west Baker County who have
been using Taber Boulevard for
decades to reach I-io, rather
than the more congested Coun-
ty Road 125.
"The church has a legitimate
safety concern, but closing that
road is not the answer," said Ali-
cia Shell, adding that "[CR]125
is already a bottleneck in the
morning and afternoon."
If Taber were closed, she
predicted, most of the rerouted
traffic would use nearby Glen-
view Dr., a dirt road,


and that would cre-


pickup truck.
When he called 9-1-1, Mr. Kilgo
told the dispatcher he needed a
deputy because he had just shot "a
breaking and entering suspect."
In a subsequent interview with
sheriffs investigator Steve Har- .
vey, Mr. Kilgo said the victim had
earlier that day visited his mother
Debbie Fish, the residence owner.
His mother warned him to stay
away while she went shopping with
a friend. Joshua Fish
Both the mother, who lived
there with Mr. Kilgo, and the accused told police
the victim had a violent temper and was abusing
prescription drugs. He had twice before beat Mr.
Kilgo, and Ms. Fish said later the two did not get
along.
The accused told police he was seated beside


ate a whole new set of
problems for people
who live on that road.
Besides, Mrs. Shell
said, other churches
own property divided
by public roads and
"they deal with it every
Wednesday and Sun-
day without asking for
road closings."
ll Byrd, a lifelong resi-
Taber Boulevard and a
mayor of the town, said
one time was the main
ding into Glen St. Mary
1 the way back to when
orn 69 years ago.
don't see any reason to
e road just because the
church is asking for it
)sed," he said. 'There's
going to be speeders on
ad. Everybody in west
county uses that road."
ael Hines also opposed
est, calling it "a real bad
e said the church "could
t everything on one side
ad."
ral ideas were suggested
atives the church could
including building a
er bridge, placing tem-
)arriers to block traffic
Sunday and Wednes-
rch functions, or hiring
deputies to patrol the
h lights flashing for en-
safety of pedestrians.
none of the neighbor-
idents who spoke want-
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the pool with the pistol in his
lap when Mr. Fish returned
to the property and, after
an attempt to scale the pool
fence and unlock a gate, he
dropped to the ground after
spitting at him and moved
closer outside the fence to
where the suspect was seat-
ed.
He jumped the fence and,
according to Mr. Kilgo came
Frank Kilgo toward him in a menacing
manner after earlier saying he
would kill him. Mr. Kilgo said he feared the assail-
ant would drown him in the pool.
That's when he raised the pistol and fired a sin-
gle shot.
Mr. Kilgo was booked later that evening for neg-
ligent homicide.


VILC


MIKE ANDERSON
PRESS STAFF
Two years after temporar-
ily halting a plan to build a new
Baker County administration
building due to a budget crunch,
county commissioners autho-
rized a revision of the original
mechanical and structural en-
gineering plans this week in a
move to save money and sent
the project on for full architec-


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tural drawings.
The board also agreed during
a workshop meeting on the af-
ternoon of June 20 to buy one
new rescue ambulance rather
than two as the emergency ser-
vices director had recommend-
ed. Again, it was determined to
be the fiscally prudent thing to
do.
Finally, in yet a third budget-
friendly step, commissioners
directed the county manager to


poolside
The victim has an arrest record dating back to
2003, and once was placed on probation for sale
and possession of controlled drugs and misde-
meanor possession of marijuana. Other arrests
were for aggravated battery, battery, felony crim-
inal mischief, careless driving and underage pos-
session of alcohol.
Earlier this month, Mr. Fish was a complainant
against his father Tommy Fish, 52, of Sanderson
after the two argued at their residence off CR 127
over the shooting of a stray dog.
His father was arrested for aggravated assault
with a gun for allegedly pointing it at the son and
threatening to shoot him.
Mr. Kilgo, son of the late Dr. Frank Kilgo, a gen-
eral practitioner for more than three decades in
Baker County and longtime school board member,
has a prior arrest record for traffic offenses includ-
ing reckless driving and driving on a suspended li-
cense.


seek bids for the lease of more
than three dozen vehicles to
avoid the expense of maintain-
ing an aging county fleet with
high mileage.
The new county office build-
ing plans were sent back to
Kasper Architecture and De-
velopment Inc. to be redrawn
to make more efficient use of
9,800 square feet of floor space.
County Manager C.J. Thomp-
son had requested the move.


According to a report from
the county manager, revising
the drawings will be "quite sig-
nificant," entailing the complete
revision of 75 percent of the
plan documents at a cost esti-
mated at nearly $23,000. But
the added cost will be worth it,
he said.
"In speaking with the me-
chanical engineer," Mr. Thomp-
son said in his report, "we dis-
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The passenger side of the Chevrolet Impala took the brunt of the impact when struck by the
semni-tiruck at the busy west Macclenny intersection. At left, an unnamed relative of the vic-
tim who arrived at the scene by bicycle is coinforted by Lt. Scotty Rhoden after.


Administration building back on table


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THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


Shuns vote on Taber...


From page 1
ed the road closed.
After more than an hour of
hearing comments on both sides
of the issue, commissioners were
faced with the moment of reckon-
ing.
The only one who spoke in
favor of the church's request,
however, was Chairman Michael
Crews. He failed to gain any sup-
port from his four fellow board
members, mainly because they
felt that closing Taber would lead
to the closure of one of only two
CSX railroad crossings in Glen.
"Without a shadow of a doubt
we would lose that railroad cross-
ing if we closed that road," said
Commissioner Jimmy Anderson.
"This is a tough one," Com-
missioner Adam Giddens said,
adding that he liked the church's
expansion plans but noted that
"the railroad crossing is a real
concern."
Mr. Crews said he didn't think
CSX would close the crossing
without the county's consent. To
his knowledge, he said, that had

Broadside
From page 1
passing through the intersection
when their vehicle was demol-
ished by a westbound 2005 Volvo
tractor that ran the stop light, ac-
cording to Trooper D.L. Myers of
the Florida Highway Patrol.
The truck was driven by Amos
Smith, 34, of Jacksonville, who
received minor injuries.
Mr. VanNess was dead at the
scene and his mother was flown
to Shands Jacksonville with seri-
ous injuries.
The occupants of both vehi-
cles were wearing seat belts, said
Trooper Myers.
Charges against Mr. Smith


never been done.
Commissioner Gordon Crews
was not swayed by the chairman's
argument, however, stating that
closing the road would be "a dras-
tic step," particularly since no
other alternatives to improving
pedestrian safety at the church
had been explored.
One other issue that may have
played into the board's decision
to deny the road closure has to
do with its potential impact on
future development plans in the
county.
"All development that occurs
west of Glen (would be) affected
by the closure of that road," said
Ed Preston, the county's planning
and zoning director. "Taber has a
lot of (traffic) capacity left."
In other business, commis-
sioners:
* Accepted deeds to 10 acres of
property from the Baker County
Council on Aging that will enable
the county to receive a $2.1 mil-
lion grant for a parking lot and
bus facility to serve the senior
center when it moves to its new


. fatality ]
pend further investigation by the
highway patrol.
The elder Mr. VanNess, a na-
tive of New Jersey, died May 23
at the age of 80. His funeral was
Monday morning at the First
United Methodist Church in
Macclenny.
An unborn male fetus died on
June 18 after his mother was seri-
ously injured in an SUV rollover
accident on CR 250 east of CR
229 in north Baker County.
Hedi Jones, 24, of Macclenny
was flown to Shands Jacksonville
shortly after the 2000 Chevrolet
Blazer she was driving eastbound
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Non-vote signals compromise


It would have been preferable
had the board actually voted it
down rather than refuse to vote,
but the Baker
County Corn- T M r
mission opened M PRE
the way for a
workable comrn- Jim Mc
promise by re-
fusing this week
to close Taber Blvd. in Glen St.
Mary.
The First Baptist Church
sought to do so, arguing a safety
hazard for members having to
cross Taber from buildings on
both sides of the right-of-way.
The public hearing Tues-
day evening brought out the
church team and citizens on the
other side who urged the coun-
ty to leave Taber open, with its
io,ooo-plus trips per week -
the great majority of them traffic
heading to and from Interstate to
from neighborhoods in west Glen
and, to a lesser extent, from those
between Glen and Sanderson.
Board members listened to
both sides, and appeared more
uncomfortable than a lady of
the evening at a camp meeting.
Chairman Michael Crews, who
sided with the church, couldn't
get a motion to close the road and
there it ended.
Here's what will work.
* Close Andrews St. to the
north of the main church build-
ings; virtually no one uses it
anyway and it's ideal for added
parking spaces and requires no
pedestrian traffic over rights-of-
way to reach the main church
buildings.
* Keep Taber open and urge
the church to man the crossing
between the buildings at busy
times, preferably with a uni-
formed officer and a marked car.
Since the county also has a
stake in the safety of church pa-
trons, it could consider expending
public money for speed bumps to
remind motorists to slow down.
If Glen Baptist proceeds with


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its planned expansion, tearing
down the structures on the west
side of Taber and converting the
area into park-
ing, the safety
SIONS problem doesn't
necessarily go
a u Iey away. Again, the
reasonable so-
lution is to con-
tinue manning a marked crossing
for pedestrians.
The number of new park-


ing spaces opening up with the
closure of Taber, based on the
church's site plan submitted to
the county, simply doesn't justify
forever blocking the public's use
of the road, use that will likely in-
crease over the years.
Closing off access during
church times is likewise impracti-
cal, not to mention inconvenient
to through motorists.
Commissioners no doubt this
week were cognizant of the fact


that existing roads in the imme-
diate area are ill-suited to handle
the added traffic load with the
closure of Taber, and will be less
so in the future.
The county's failure to act
gives both sides an opportunity
to work on a plan that gives the
church most of what it wants
for expansion, yet preserves the
public's ironclad right to an es-
tablished and well-traveled thor-
oughfare.


The 2011 summer of


burning forests, heat


With mul-
tiple fires burn- T H E[
ing across
north Florida P O
and Georgia, P0
opening my Kelley
door to a wall
of smoke has
become a common thing, in what
is being reported to be one of the
busiest wildfire seasons in recent


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When being 'grossly unremarkable' is quite good


"I take exception to that re-
mark!!"
"What remark?"
"How dare they," said Kelley.
"How dare who?"
"They don't
know me."
"Who doesn't MY S
know you?"
"The doctor's THE i
office. Look at
this." She hands ROBERTI
me a radiology
report.
"Um... what am I looking at?"
"Right here. This comment
right here."
I look. "Hmm ... grossly unre-
markable x-ray."
"Grossly unremarkable?" She
looks over her glasses at me. "My
x-ray may be many things, but
grossly unremarkable is not one
of them."
"I really don't think this is


meant as an insult."
"Oh?" Another arch look.
"Let's look at those two words
separately. Gross. Are they try-
ing to say I'm fat?"


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Li
rG


"I don't think
"1


LE UJ F "They'd bet-
ter not if they
ATTER know what's
good for them.
ERA RD Unremarkable?
No one has ever
called me unremarkable. I don't
know which I like the least the
grossly or the unremarkable."
"Isn't that actually a good
thing?"
"They don't know anything
about me!!"
"I think it's supposed to mean
that there's nothing wrong with
you."
"Of course there's something
wrong with me. I have a bad gall


bladder. A very bad gall bladder.
A gall bladder full of gigantic gall
stones the size of bowling balls."
"Let's not exaggerate."
"Don't tell me not to exagger-
ate. You're not walking around
with bowling balls in your gall
bladder."
"Good point. I have a grossly
unremarkable gall bladder."
"Not funny."
My wife Kelley has gall blad-
der surgery tomorrow and I am
writing this column to keep from
being worried. It's a kind of ther-
apy thing.
She's been in pain for eight
months, but thought it might be
a disc in her back. But gradua-
tion night it got so bad that she
couldn't attend any gradua-
tion parties. That's when I knew
she was really suffering. For my
wife - a high school teacher for
32 years - not to attend a half a
dozen graduation parties after
the ceremony, she had to really
be sick.
So she had a battery of tests
done and they all pointed to her
not unremarkable gall bladder as
the cause of her trouble.
So out it comes.
I offered to do it myself. Years
ago I wrote a column called Bob's
Home Surgery Kit. The doctor
claims it will take about an hour
and there will only be four tiny
incisions.
I'm no doctor with years of
experience and a track record
of thousands of successfully re-
moved gall bladders, so I figure
it would take me twice as long.
In my kit I've got a pretty clean
Xacto blade - only a few rust
spots - a tiny little light from
the lighting unit at the theatre, a
pretty decent webcam and a pair
of scissors that are sharp enough
to cut into plastic cartons that are
impossible to open.
I figure the gall bladder
shouldn't be too hard to find. I
mean how many internal organs


have bowling balls in them?
After I successfully remove the
bowling balls and the gall blad-
der I will use my Stanley Pow-
ershot staple gun to close her up
and in a few days - good as new.
All without tapping into a $2500
deductible.


Somehow, my wife was not
impressed with that offer. In fact,
she turned me down flat.
I wonder if she considered my
doctoring skills "grossly unre-
markable?"


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'What you had to say ...


Much of this week's dialogue on The
Press Facebook page was focused on the
heat and fires. It all started when we
posted a comment regarding the record
heat and promise of rain in the forecast.
Here's how the conversation progressed
online as word spread and photos of the
billowing smoke began popping up on
our Wall...

The Baker County Press: "Record
heat in the forecast for today and
tomorrow, then some much needed
rain and cooler temps!"
Tamara Crews: "God send on
the rain. Without lightning & high
winds! God knows we need it!"
Ginny Fagan Lewis: "Believe it
when I see it."
Alicia Lass Musgrove:"God send
rain so are fighters can take a much
needed break!!!"
Jay Cannaday: "I don't think it's
ever going to rain in Cuyler ever
again..."
The Baker County Press:"@ Mr.
Canaday- I feel your pain. It's quite
the let down to hear the thunder
and feel the wind, but no rain. -Jes-
sica Prevatt"
Jay Cannaday:"If my rain gauge
is accurate and the birds haven't
been drinking out of it, I've had
less than 5" of rain at my house. All


year.... I have large maple trees dy-
ing."
Jay Cannaday: "6:53 pm- I'm
hearing thunder to the south... got
my paws crossed that we at least
get a quick shower out of it...."
Alicia Lass Musgrove: "We all
prayed for rain,now we are com-
plaining it's not enough. Thank you
lord for the rain,please send some
more."
Marsha Bennett: "The teasing
of the thunder is making me crazy
with anticipation...and then the
heartbreak of disappointment...no
rain at my house yet...l could really
go for a spectacular storm complete
with lightning right about now..."
Jay Cannaday: "Nothing here
either. Got darker, wind picked up,
temperature dropped a bit- and
then, as usual- nothing. Sigh."
Jay Cannaday: "Alicia, there's
a big difference between "not
enough"and"none atall" I'm in the
latter category. None at all in I can't
remember when."
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history.
SACK At one point,
Gov. Rick Scott
C HT1T declared a state
of emergency
n nigan for Florida, cit-
ing the ongoing
danger of wild-
fires and severe drought condi-
tions.
As would be expected, many
counties, Baker among them, are
under a burn ban and that in-
cludes setting off fireworks.
I usually pay less attention to
the weather than most, but I've
been monitoring the daily re-
ports more closely than usual, al-
ways hoping for rain to quell the
fires.
With cloudless skies and tem-
peratures consistently soaring
into the high 90os - last week it
reached 100 twice according to
the Macclenny weather tower -
there seemed little hope for sig-
nificant precipitation.
CNN News coverage on June
15 reported an astonishing 30-40
new fires erupting daily.
Lightning strikes are to blame
for many - not surprising as
Florida, on average, is struck by
lightning about a million times
each year.
What's unusual about this
year, according to wildfire miti-
gation coordinator Gerry LaCav-
era, is that the majority of those
strikes have occurred over the
last month alone.
The News4Jax website re-
ported June 21 that the Division
of Forestry has so far battled
more than 1,500 fires with nearly
200,000 acres burned.
The MODIS Rapid Response
System, a component of NASA's
Aqua and Terra satellites, was
developed to feed daily satellite
images of the Earth's land mass-
es in near real time.
The satellites frequently cap-
ture images of wildfires and are
a valuable resource for organiza-
tions like the U.S. Forest Service.
The NASA website features a
series of stunning photographs
of the many fires currently active
across the country from the Hon-
ey Prairie Fire in the Okefenokee
Swamp to those ranging across
the western United States.
Just Google NASA - fire and
smoke images, then click on the
link to view them.
The weather forecast this
week predicted rain for many
parts of Florida and even as I
write this column late on Tues-
day, the clouds suddenly gave up
some of the precious water they
have been selfishly coveting.
The brief cloudburst was wel-
come, but it seemed like too little
too late.
Especially for two veteran
Florida firefighters who lost their
lives last Monday battling the
Blue Ribbon Fire in Hamilton
County which has been burning
since June 16.
Josh Burch of Lake City and
Brett Fulton of White Springs
were cutting fire lines on their
tractors when the fire, believed
to be contained, suddenly flared
and overpowered them.
This unexpected loss of two
men dedicated to the service of
protecting others is a tragic event
and reminds us that as much as
we humans think we are in con-
trol, Mother Nature often has the
last word.


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((From page 1
covered another advantage to
making this change. Because the
original design was divided into
separate enclosed spaces we had
nine separate air conditioning
systems. Now that the new de-
sign combines these spaces we
can reduce the number of units
and save additional money on in-
stallation and maintenance."
He did not specify how much
additional money he anticipated
saving, however.
A rough drawing of the pro-
posed new design, presented by
Erik Kasper received favorable
comments.
"I like this layout better than
the other one we had," said
Commission Chairman Michael
Crews, whose only suggestion
was to move an exit door from the
side of the ino-seat commission
meeting room to the rear directly
behind where commissioners sit.
Mr. Kasper said the new de-
sign will provide a more efficient
utilization of space and give office
workers and administrators more
elbow room.
"We are moving air handlers
up to the attic which will give us
additional square footage on the
ground," he said, adding that the
new plans also will replace wait-
ing rooms in each department
with one large, centrally located
lobby.
"We gained one office and five
work stations/cubicles, each with
a telephone and computer," Mr.
Kasper said. The work stations
will be along the outer walls of
the building, with four depart-
ments - building, administra-
tion, health and planning - in the
center adjoining the lobby.
Plans for the new office build-


ing on a 6-acre site next to the
Sheriffs Complex on CR 228
were launched in 2008, but were
halted a year later because then-
County Manager Joe Cone said
there wasn't enough money to
finish the $8oo,ooo grant proj-
ect.
Instead, county staff was
moved into the former sheriff's
administration offices and annex
building, including the building
department, grants department,
environmental services and plan-
ning and zoning.
Mr. Kasper estimated the
new structure could be built
for around $95 per square
foot, which would total about
$931,ooo based on 9,800 square
feet.
The new administration build-
ing was part of a plan to alleviate
crowding at the courthouse by
moving the state attorney's office
into the existing county offices on
North 3rd Street.
Next, commissioners heard a
pitch from Emergency Medical
Services Director David Richard-
son, who urged the board to ap-
prove a request to buy two new
rescue ambulances to replace ag-
ing units that are becoming in-
creasingly unreliable due to me-
chanical breakdowns.
"The costs are just continuing
to build," Mr. Richardson told the
board. "It's been one thing after
another."
The countybudgeted $20,000
for repairs in 2010-11 and he said
that as of a few weeks ago nearly
$19,000 had been spent repairing
ambulances with three months
remaining in the budget year.
Mr. Richardson said his main
concern is "leaving somebody
(ill or injured) on the side of the
road" waiting for a backup unit to


arrive.
After a lengthy presentation
and hearing numbers as high as
$282,520 for two new ambulanc-
es, including 10 percent above
the purchase price for upgrades,
commissioners agreed to com-
promise with the rescue chief.
They said they would go along
with buying one new ambulance
and asked Mr. Richardson to re-
turn to the next board meeting
with cost comparisons to help
them decide.
The board lastly directed the
county manager's office to pre-
pare a request for proposals from
fleet management companies to
lease 39 cars and pickup trucks
for county workers. The propos-
al does not include heavy indus-
trial equipment, such as garbage
trucks, tractors or graders.


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A criminal complaint was filed
June 17 against a Macclenny man
who police say repeatedly choked
and struck his wheelchair-bound
girlfriend at their E. Ohio St.
apartment that evening.
Michelle Brannen, 31, told
Deputy Brandon Kiser that an ar-
gument over time she spent on a
computer escalated into violence
shortly after 9:oo pm, and at one
point her live-in boyfriend Carlus
Boyd, 45, grabbed her around the
neck with both hands and pulled
her up with force sufficient to
raise the two front wheels of her
chair off the floor.
Mr. Boyd, who Ms. Brannen
admitted striking several times
during the struggle, was gone
when police arrived. Her version
of events was corroborated by a
juvenile-age relative.
Deputy Kiser's report noted
that Ms. Brannen is a double am-
putee and a burn victim with lim-
ited range of motion.
The complaint is for aggravat-
ed battery by strangulation and
battery of a disabled person, both
third-degree felonies.
In another, unrelated, com-
plaint, three participants in a
drunken melee off CR 122 north
of Sanderson during the early
morning hours of June 19 are ac-
cused of battery or domestic bat-
tery.


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Stephanie Sowards, 42, alleg-
edly attacked her son's girlfriend
Kayla Thompson, 22, after the
latter and Jeffery Doss, 23, ar-
rived at her residence about 5:13
am following a vehicle accident.
Mr. Doss, who is Ms. Soward's
son, allegedly grabbed her by
the throat and threw her to the
ground.
Deputy Johnny Hodges de-
scribed all the parties as "ex-
tremely intoxicated" when he
questioned them.


* A complaint for criminal
mischief and trespass was filed
the afternoon of June 17 against
estranged girlfriend Jacklyn Re-
wis, 25, for allegedly ripping up
mail and damaging the mailbox
and nearby pine trees at the resi-
dence of Stephen Parker, 37, off
Clete Harvey Rd.
Mr. Parker told Deputy Pat-
rick McGauley that Ms. Rewis,
who now lives out of state, has
harassed him since their break-
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Will allow yard sales downtown

Non-profit groups only in parking lot of city hall
MIKE ANDERSON dinance. After soliciting new proposals from TD,
PRESS STAFF "It will not hinder churches. They're being First Federal and American Enterprise Bank,
treated like residential properties," Mr. Dop- TD was immediately knocked out of conten-
Yard sales are now legal in an area of Mac- son said. tion because its bid included annual fees to-
clenny where they never have been allowed Unlike residential yard sales, which re- talking $6,122.50, whereas the other two banks
before - the central commercial district quire payment of a $2.50 license fee and are waived all fees.
downtown. Previously, such events were only limited to no more than two per year, no fee Following brief presentations by repre-
permissible in residential neighborhoods. will be required for fund-raising yard sale li- sentatives of American Enterprise and First
The only restrictions under the new policy censes and there will be no limit on the num- Federal, commissioners chose the latter, even
are that yard sales must be held for legitimate- ber of such licenses that can be issued. though it offered a lower interest rate on city
ly charitable purposes on the city hall parking However, Mr. Dopson said, the city will funds, because it had a stronger financial
lot at 118 E. Macclenny Ave. on Saturday or conduct background checks on all applicants rating, had been in business far longer than
holidays when city hall is closed, to ensure that they are "certified" non-profit American Enterprise and had made a larger
A new ordinance permitting "fund raising organizations serving worthy causes. financial investment in the community.
yard sales" was approved unanimously at the Or, as Mayor Gary Dopson said last First Federal also handles the banking
city commission's regular monthly meeting month, to make sure that any yard sale per- business of three other Baker County agen-
on June 14. The ordinance received prelimi- mitted at city hall is for "special organizations cies: the school board, tax collector and sher-
nary approval on May lo. using that money for good purposes, rather iffs department.
The ordinance limits fund-raising yard than just to raise money." * Ordered the condemnation of a mobile
sales to schools, charitable organizations, civ- The city manager said the new ordinance home at 55 Barber Road because the owner,
ic, religious, fraternal, youth and other orga- came about as the result of a proliferation of Kelvin Manning, had not hired a contractor to
nizations exempt from business license fees in fund-raising events throughout the county make necessary repairs to bring the residence
the city. No more than one yard sale at a time purportedly to benefit families beset by can- up to acceptable building code standards.
will be permitted. cer and other life-threatening illnesses. The board gave the owner 30 days to take out
When the issue first arose last month, Restricting such events to the city hall building permits for repairs or face an order
there was some concern that the ordinance parking lot and requiring licenses, he said, of demolition.
might prohibit churches from conducting enables the city to exercise some control over * Ordered the condemnation of a brick
yard sales on church property, since they are them and offer the public a measure of protec- home at 209 Michigan Ave. that was gutted by
not in a commercial zoning category. tion against fraudulent yard sales publicized fire, although Assistant City Manager Roger
At that time, the city's attorney Frank Ma- as charitable fund raisers. Yarborough said the owners, Robert and Pa-
loney said churches would not be affected be- In other business during the June 14 tricia Kilpatrick, have "cleaned up" a lot of the
cause the new ordinance simply expands the board meeting, commissioners: debris and hired a contractor to renovate the
existing yard sale ordinance "by opening up * Voted to transfer the city's money from structure with insurance proceeds.
the commercial area." TD Bank, which recently acquired Mercan- If the contractor commences with the ren-
During the June 14 meeting, City Man- tile Bank, to First Federal Bank. The city had ovation within 30 days, officials said, the or-
ager Gerald Dopson again tried to dispel any used Mercantile Bank for years. but decided der of condemnation could be lifted.


confusion or doubts about whether churches
would be adversely impacted by the new or-


to shop around after the Canada-based recent
acquisition of Mercantile.


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Launches tirade on her dad


Police arrested a Macclenny
woman the afternoon of June
13 on multiple charges after she
allegedly went on a tirade and
threw a beer bottle at her father,
striking him in the head.
Albert Finley, 52, told Deputy
Koty Crews that Eugena Finley,
28, also heaved a glass table top
and a butcher knife at him during
the confrontation at their US 90
west residence about 5:00.
Mr. Finley said he dodged the
table top and the knife struck him
in the chest but the blade never
made contact. Deputy Crews said
the victim had a bump on the
back of his head from the bottle.
The accused, charged with
aggravated battery with a dead-
ly weapon, battery and assault
for threatening her lo-year-old
daughter who had fled to a neigh-
bor's residence, was taken to Fra-
ser Hospital for medical clear-
ance before she was booked.
Her father told police his
daughter is addicted to prescrip-
tion medicines and had ingested
some that afternoon. When Dep-
uty Crews arrived, he said Ms.
Finley was yelling and cursing at
neighbors from the front porch.
In other reports:
* A criminal complaint alleg-
ing battery and threats was filed
the same evening by Lance John-
son, 44, against James Miller, 48,
after a confrontation in front of
Country Boy's convenience store
on US 90 in Glen St. Mary.
Both men are from the Glen
area and Mr. Miller told Deputy
Shawn Bishara he was threat-
ened and that Mr. Miller poked
him in the face as he left the store
shortly after 6:00.
The latter accused Mr. John-
son of slander.

Hay, cattle

workshop
An educational field day for
hay and cattle producers in
northeast Florida will be held on
July 21 at the W.D. Andrews farm
near Lake Butler.
The program from 9:oo am-
3:00 pm will update farmers on
topics related to hay production,
along with equipment demon-
strations. The agenda includes
topics like herbicides, the eco-
nomic outlook for hay produc-
tion, alternative nutrient sources,
hay quality, best management
practices for cow and calf pro-
ducers and forage disease detec-
tion.
The farm is located at 5102
76th Place and there is a $5 regis-
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The program is sponsored by the
University of Florida and IFAS.
Call the Baker County extension
office at 259-3520 to register.


* Two unknown white males,
one with long hair and the other
a shaved head, were named in a
complaint June 18 for accosting
an eight-year-old boy on Nursery
Blvd. west of Glen.
The youth's grandfather told
Deputy Robert Simpkins the boy
was pushed to the ground after
the two stopped in a black pickup
about 8:30 while he was riding a
scooter on the dirt road.
* Laconda Ruise, 36, of Mac-
clenny told police she was accost-


ed by a patient at Northeast Flor-
ida State Hospital about 2:00 the
afternoon of June 15.
Ms. Ruise, a hospital employ-
ee, said the female patient, 38,
stomped on her left foot after
kicking her. She had challenged
the patient for damaging a wall
and door in Building 57 west.
* Complaints for battery were
filed by female hospital patients,
ages 19 and 21, against other fe-
male patients at NEFSH in unre-
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CITY OF MACCLENNY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
REGARDING ANNEXATION OF
CERTAIN LANDS CONTIGUOUS
TO THE CITY OF MACCLENNY
AND COMPANION AMENDMENTS
TO THE CITY'S FUTURE LAND
USE MAP AND ZONING MAP

The City Commission of the City of Macclenny, Florida shall
consider Ordinance No. 11-07, "A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN
ORDINANCE RELATING TO ANNEXATION; PROVIDING FOR
THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN LANDS CONTIGUOUS TO THE
CITY OF MACCLENNY; PROVIDING FOR ACCEPTANCE OF A
VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION REQUEST FROM MICHAEL AND
DEBORAH OYINLOYE OF PARCEL 30-2S-22-0000-0000-0290;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE." The Subject Property
consists of approximately 0.94 acres located west of Miltondale Road,
along River Circle East (see map).
SYNOPSIS: Ordinance No. 11-07
involves an application for voluntary
annexation of approximately 0.94
acres into the City of Macclenny. The , ....
Subject Property's Future Land Use
Map ("FLUM") and Zoning Map ...
designations shall be changed from
its Baker County designations to . .... .....
equivalent City categories. Ordinance
No. 11-07 will cause the Subject
Property to be classified Low Density
Residential on the City's FLUM and
Residential, Single-family on the City's Zoning Map.
FIRST READING: A public hearing on the first reading of the proposed
Ordinance will be held on Tuesday, June 14,2011 in the City Commission
Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida.
There shall be no vote by the City Commission regarding this Ordinance
at this meeting. The City Commission meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.
and the public hearing will be held shortly after the meeting is called
to order. Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be heard
regarding the adoption of the proposed amendment.
COMMISSION VOTE: A public hearing requiring City Commission
action on the proposed Ordinance will be held on Tuesday, July 12, 2011
in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 118 East Macclenny
Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. The City Commission meeting will begin
at 6:00 p.m. and the public hearing will be held shortly after the meeting
is called to order. Interested persons may appear at the hearing and be
heard regarding the adoption of the proposed annexation.

The complete legal description by metes and bounds and the proposed
Ordinance may be obtained from the office of the City Clerk at City Hall
on Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Should any
person decide to appeal any decision made as a result of this hearing,
such person will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of these proceedings is made. In accordance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should
contact the City Manager at (904) 259-0972 at least 48 hours prior to the
time of the hearing.


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Van had an illegal alien

Driver stopped for no back lights


The driver of a van was ar-
rested early on June 16 after her
eastbound vehicle was stopped
on Interstate 10 near Sanderson
for not having rear lights.
Police soon learned via com-
puter database that Juanita Sala-
zar, 44, of Tampa was driving on
a license with five prior suspen-
sions and the tag on her 1993
Ford was reported stolen in Hills-
borough County.
Deputy Daniel Nichols also de-
tained passenger Rafael Narvaez,
41, of the same Tampa address
when he revealed he was in the
United States illegally. Both oc-
cupants were taken to county jail,
and two children of the driver,
ages 10 and 7, were placed with
the Department of Children and
Families until a custodian was
available.
The deputy found an Alabama
title in the vehicle, but no record
of registration in the nationwide
motor vehicles database. The van
was impounded.
* A Callahan man was arrest-
ed the morning of June 16 after a
county deputy assisting the Mac-
clenny Fire Department said he


sped past parked emergency ve-
hicles on US 90 east of Macclen-
ny.
Deputy Pete Quinley stopped
Curtis Adams, 23, near the
Walmart Distribution Center and
learned his license had been sus-
pended twice. The state also or-
dered his license plate seized for
failure to have insurance.
Mr. Adams told the officer he
did not have his license because
his dog chewed it up.
He was also charged with fail-
ure to slow for emergency ve-
hicles. A fire truck and police
cruiser were parked on the south
shoulder of 90 about 10:3o am
responding to a power pole fire.
In warrant-related arrests the
past week:
* Thomas Cole, 31, recently
released from prison, was taken
back into custody the afternoon
of June 15 for a reported six vio-
lations of his sex offender pro-
bation agreement. One of them
was the presence of five children
under 18 at the residence where
he was staying on Whippoorwill
Lane near Sanderson.
Investigator Tracie Benton,


who tracks warrants for the sher-
iffs department, said Mr. Cole is
on probation for attempted kid-
napping in Duval County.
He was named in a recent
criminal complaint filed by his
sister alleging burglary and tres-
pass at her south Macclenny resi-
dence.
* Police served another war-
rant on Eddie Wallace, 54, of
Macclenny on June 13, this one
from Putnam County for violat-
ing a drunk driving probation.
Mr. Wallace was arrested three
days earlier for shoplifting and
having an outstanding Charlton
County, GA warrant for DUI, fail-
ure to appear in court and fleeing
police.
* Josh Spivey, 31, of Jackson-
ville turned himself in at county
jail the afternoon of June 16 on a
Duval County warrant for an un-
specified offense.
* Johnathon Prendergast, 25,
of Miami was already in jail when
served with an Orange County
warrant for possession of mari-
juana and a controlled drug.


$74,000 in equipment stolen


The sheriffs department is
looking into the apparent theft
of over $74,000 in construction
equipment from property owned
by Earthworks on SR 121 north of
Macclenny.
The missing property in-
cludes a track loader valued at
$72,000 and a loader bucket
worth $2000. Both were stored
on an unsecured lot near an un-
occupied building. Earthworks, a
utility construction firm, no lon-
ger operates from the site, once a
truck stop.
Co-owner Jeffrey Cook of Pal-
atka told Deputy Johnny Hodges
he last saw the equipment earlier
this month. Three other co-own-
ers said they had not inspected
the property for between one
month and late March.
In a second commercial theft,
an estimated $7873 worth of cop-
per wire was stolen the weekend
before last from the warehouse
lot of Northeast Florida Tele-
phone Company [NEFCOM] on
US 90 in east Glen St. Mary.
Employee Ralph Blume of
Glen initially told police on June
13 that only 78 feet of wire was
taken from the inventory, then
revised the total upward two days
later.
He also told Deputy Tony Nor-
man he located a hack saw be-
lieved used to cut an opening in
a rear perimeter fence. The saw
had been taken from a parked
company truck.


The wire was removed from
large spools that apparently were
rolled to the south portion of the
lot.
Copper wire from air condi-
tioning units and unoccupied
buildings has become a favorite
commodity for thieves who then
sell it for cash at scrap yards.
In other recent theft reports,
the sheriffs department filed
petty theft complaints against
two females caught shoplifting at
Walmart in separate incidents.
A store security officer said he
observed Tracy McDade, 30, of
Glen St. Mary remove tags from
clothing items, then place them
on hangers with other merchan-
dise before going through the
check-out line.
She was also accused the eve-


ning of June 15 with placing a
swimsuit under her purse to con-
ceal it. Value of the items was
$36.
* Amber Jones, 23, of Glen was
stopped the afternoon of June
17 attempting to leave the store
with $102 worth of merchandise,
mostly clothing, she stuffed into
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A telephoned tip led county
deputies to two suspects who
stole a utility trailer and other
property from a residence on
Chestnut Rd. southwest of Mac-
clenny the evening of June 13.
Greg Starling called Sgt. Bill
Starling, his brother, about 6:oo
pm after discovering the property
had been taken from outside his
residence. Minutes earlier while
returning from work, he spotted
a white GMC pickup leaving the
area towing what he believed was
his trailer.
A subsequent check of his
property and queries of several
children playing in the area con-
firmed that the truck, occupied by
two white males with red hair and
a white female, had connected the
trailer and driven it away.
Mr. Starling also noted several
items stored in the trailer were
scattered along nearby George
Hodges Rd.
Sgt. Starling received a tip that
the truck belonged to Garrett
Simmons, 26, and could be locat-
ed on Maple St. in the Macclenny
II subdivision across Interstate
10. He drove to the address and
saw Mr. Simmons standing in the
yard next to the trailer.
The suspect fled from him
briefly before being subdued, and
Greg Starling arrived shortly af-
ter to identify his property that
included hoses, a bicycle, ladder
and other items he said were val-
ued at $1785, including the trail-
er.
Shortly after, Sgt. Phil Duval
arrested Daryl Tyson, 23, of Glen
St. Mary when he drove up to the


scene in the pickup and attempt-
ed to turn around.
They were charged with
grand theft, and Mr. Simmons
with resisting police. The female
with them, 19-year-old Lind-
sey Townsend of Glen, signed a
witness statement but was not
charged.
In other recent residential
theft cases, the same suspect was
named in twin complaints for
stealing from his ex-girlfriend.
Rodney Keith Brooks, 46, of
Macclenny, admitted on June 16
that he took a $500 riding mower
from a shelter on the property of
Linda Bennett off CR 23A.
Contacted by Deputy Daniel
Nichols, Mr. Brooks pinpointed
a South 9th St. address in Mac-
clenny where the mower was re-
covered.
Three days earlier, Mr. Brooks
is alleged to have stolen two shot-
guns and a .22 rifle from the same
address and arranged to have
them pawned by his sister Susan
Green, 47, of Macclenny.
He told Deputy Koty Crews
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of Sanderson that was destroyed by an afternoon fire on June 16. A neighbor sounded the alarm about 1:00 pm
and the home's sole occupant, 84-year-old Allene Griffis, evacuated safely but was taken to Fraser Hospital for
observation. County Fire Chief Richard Dolan said the blaze started in the kitchen, probably from an overheated
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A Macclenny woman was sent
to prison for a mandatory three
years earlier this month after
pleading guilty to two counts of
street corner crack co-
caine sales in late 2010.
Chazatee Moore, 22,
entered the plea during
regular circuit court ses-
sion on June 7. Judge
Phyllis Rosier ordered
her to pay $510 in inves-
tigative costs and gave
her credit for 94 days she
was in county jail follow-
ing her arrest.
Ms. Moore sold co- Chazatee
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The state dropped companion
counts of possession of cocaine
with the intent to sell.
The defendant has a criminal
record for battery, disorderly
conduct and resisting police.
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Rosier ordered Kosoma May,
29, of Jacksonville to pay fines
and restitution of $13,546 for de-
frauding the Medicaid program
while working for Community
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clenny.
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Police arrested a Macclen-
ny man early on June 14 after
he was found in possession of a
crushed amphetamine pill stored
in a plastic bag and a cut drinking
straw he admitted using to snort
drugs.
Deputy Robert Simpkins was
summoned to an address off Bill
Davis Rd. south of Sanderson
about 3:40 am and found Mi-
chael Looby Jr., 44, and a female
acquaintance standing outside a
vacant residence.
The officer learned via tele-
phone from the home owner Abe
Hodges that they had his permis-
sion to remove property from it.
Some items were found in a Ford
pickup parked beside the house.
Deputy Simpkins found the
baggie and residue near the front
of the truck, where Mr. Looby
said he tossed a marijuana ciga-
rette when police drove up. In-
side the vehicle was a half pill of
the same drug and an empty pen
cylinder with white powdery resi-
due.
Mr. Looby said it was from
Xanax pills for which he had a
prescription and snorted.
In other drug-related reports:
* A criminal complaint for
misdemeanor marijuana pos-
session was filed on June 15 af-
ter a baggie of the substance was
found in the waistband of pants
worn by Terry Vanderpool, 22, of
Glen St. Mary.
He was a passenger in a 1998
Audi stopped by Deputy Simp-
kins after it turned into McDon-
alds in Macclenny on South 5th
late the previous evening.
The officer ticketed the driver,
Brandon Alexander, 21, of Sand-
erson for improper turning and
having an expired tag.
* Scott Johnson, 19, was
named in a complaint June 15 for
growing a marijuana plant on the
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Custodians of Gravely Hills


Historic


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cemetery

JOEL ADDINGTON
NEWS EDITOR
reporter@bakercountypress.com

Gravely Hills at Riverside Me-
morial Cemetery in west Jack-
sonville is the final resting place
of many Confederate soldiers,
and plenty who share common
Baker County surnames like
Sweat, Rhoden, Davis, Barber,
Johns, Dowling and Yarborough.
For the last six years, a group
of dedicated Baker County resi-
dents, some involved with the
Sons of Confederate Veterans
and United Daughters of the
Confederacy organizations, has
been tending to the cemetery
near the intersection of 1-295 and
Normandy Blvd., researching its
grave sites and uncovering new
ones.
They're joined by other volun-
teers from northeast Florida on
the first Saturday of each month
at Gravely Hills. Linda Rosen-
blatt of Glen St. Mary serves
as president of the Friends of
Gravely Hills group. It has about
100 registered members and 13
from Baker County.
"The headstones sink about
an inch every 10 years," said her
husband Larry Rosenblatt the
morning of June 4 when eight
group members spent a few
hours cutting weeds, cleaning
headstones, raking leaves and
collecting the remnants of a large
tree branch that fell two weeks
before.
"The only damage we had
[from the fallen limb] was a
grave stone got tilted a little bit
and it broke some of these con-
crete blocks," Mr. Rosenblatt
said, pointing to cinder blocks
arranged in a rectangle to mark
off a handful of graves.
The blocks were draped with
resurrection fern, which was
bright green from an overnight
rain.
"We wanted to keep the weeds
down and [the blocks] pretty well
do it," he said.
That particular plot is made
up of graves that, over the years,
lost their markers. When the
Friends of Gravely Hills discov-
ered them, they staked small
aluminum signs into the ground,
each with the name, birth date
and death date of the people be-
lieved to have been buried there.
Gravely Hills' 70o-plus buri-
al sites are surrounded by short
bamboo stands inside the larger
Riverside Memorial cemetery
that stretches north and south
of Normandy at the intersection
with Lenox Avenue.
Some of the graves date back
to the mid-18oos -- plenty of
time for wear and tear to do a
number on their headstones, or
cause them to disappear com-
pletely. The oldest marker is that
of J.D. Carmichel, who died in
1862.
The friends group has un-
earthed sunken headstones and
repaired others.
Mr. Rosenblatt and Thom-
as Going, also of Glen St. Mary,
described how they raised the
base of C.W. Adam's tall pointed
headstone, added a new founda-
tion and used an epoxy resin ma-
terial to reassemble the broken
marker.
"It was one of the first projects
we tackled in 2005," said Mr. Go-
ing.
He and his son Keith Wood-
ruff have been with the group
since it began after a cemetery
restoration workshop hosted by
Mike Mitchell at Gravely Hills.
He was the grave and monument
committee chair of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans.
Mr. Going and Mr. Woodruff
are also apart of the Sons of Con-
federate Veterans organization.
"Our mission is to protect and


preserve the history of our ances-
tors," said Mr. Going.
There are at least 29 Confed-
erate soldiers laid to rest in the
cemetery, along with a Union
soldier, blacks and American In-
dians.
It began as a looo-plus-acre
plantation and later served as
the site of a Confederate mili-
tary camp during the Civil War.


PHOTO BY JOEL ADDINGTON
Thomas Going and Larry Rosenblatt at C.W. Adams' repaired headstone.


The land's original owner, the
Eubank family, conveyed a tract
in 1858 to Miles Price, who mar-
ried into the family. A veteran
of the Confederacy himself, Mr.
Price started the cemetery, offer-
ing plots at Gravely Hills free of
charge to families of Confederate
soldiers.
Upon his death, Mr. Price's
will decreed that any Civil War
veteran could be buried there.
Veterans of the World War I and
the Spanish-American War were


interred there as well.
On the Saturdayin early June,
Mr. Going and his son trimmed
grass while Ms. Rosenblatt
cleaned head stones and her hus-
band huddled with another vol-
unteer beside what they believed
to be an unmarked grave.
Mr. Rosenblatt, who has been
leading planning for Baker Coun-
ty's 150th year celebration on
September 24, said the ground
over a grave is usually looser than
the surrounding soil. He stuck a


pole into the earth and stopped
after a few feet.
That was the coffin, he said.
Re-poking four more times
at each corner of the coffin, he
said the dirt was more compact,
a sign it hadn't been disturbed.
He placed small orange flags at
the four points.
He said wooden markers were
not uncommon in the old days.
But since they didn't last the test
of time, there's often no indica-
tion of such graves today.
Meanwhile, Ms. Rosenblatt
was applying water and a spray
solution made by Simple Green
to grave stones among those
marked by the group with metal
signs.
The solution won't make them
look new, explained the retired
nurse, but it removes mold and
mildew without eroding the en-
graving.
Next, the stones were wrapped
in a towel for about 20 minutes.
"Then you pour clean water
on it and brush it off. It's amaz-
ing how easy the mold and lichen
comes off," said Ms. Rosenblatt.
"The idea is to preserve the
names on the stones so people
can research their ancestors,"
she said.
There are some headstones,
though, like one made of sand-
stone, that cannot be cleaned.
Doing so would further deterio-
rate its surface.
"The City [of Jacksonville]
has been taking care of the cem-
etery, but only halfway," said Ms.
Rosenblatt.
"I found out my great-grand-
father was a Confederate soldier,
started researching and joined,"
she said of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy. "You have to
join under the name of a Confed-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE No. 02-2011-CP-0030
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK HENRY WALSH,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of FRANK HENRY
WALSH, deceased, File Number 02-2011-CP-0030, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Baker County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is 339 East Mac-
clenny Avenue, Macclenny, Florida 32063. The names
and addresses of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having
claims or demands against decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is served must file their
claims with this courtWITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Attorney for Petitioner:
FRANK E. MALONEY, JR., Esquire
Attorney for Personal Representative
445 East Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063
(904) 259-3155
Florida Bar No.: 142990
Petitioner:
Donald Burnsed
Personal Representative
6/16-6/23
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that DAVID CREWS the holder
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a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the description of the property
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CERTIFICATE NO: 08-00281
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2008
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL 9
Part of the Southeast 14 of the Southeast 14 of Section
7, and part of the Northeast 14 of the northeast 14 of
Section 18, Township 1 South, Range 21 East, Baker
County, Florida, being more particularly described as
follows: for a POINT OF BEGINNING commence at the
Northeast corner of said Section 18, thence run South
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the point of Beginning.
Subject to a 30.00 foot easement for Ingress and
Egress over the East 30.00 feet thereof.
ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING LOCATED IN BAKER
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: David Manucy, David
Manucy Jr., James Robert Manucy.
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property described here-
in will be sold to the highest bidder at the front door
of the Baker County Courthouse, Macclenny, Florida on
Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 11:00 am.
Dated this 13th day of June, 2011
AL FRASER
CLERK OF COURT
BAKER COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Julie B. Combs, Deputy Clerk
6/16-7/7
NOTICE
Invitation for Bids (IFB)
Bid #11-02
Cell 6 Expansion - Protective Cover Soil
The New River Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) is
extending an invitation for bids to furnish and deliver
protective cover soil for the construction of the New
River Regional Landfill (NRRL) Cell 6 Expansion. The
successful Bidder will be responsible for furnishing and
delivering to NRRL 90,000 cubic yards of protective
cover soil in accordance with the specifications pro-
vided with the Invitation for Bids.
NRRL is located 2.5 miles north of Raiford, FL on State
Road 121 in Union County, FL. Bid packages and other
information will be available for pick up at the Admin-
istration Office at NRSWA, 24276 NE 157th Street,
Raiford, FL 32083 beginning Friday, June 17, 2011 at
9:00 AM. All bids must be submitted on the Bid Form
provided. Completed bids are to be mailed to New
River Solid Waste Association, RO. Box 647, Raiford, FL
32083 or delivered to the NRSWA Administration Of-
fice. After the IFB opening, the bids will be examined
for completeness and preserved in the custody of the
Executive Director. NRSWA Purchasing Policy will be
ensued. All bids received after the specified time and
date will not be considered. Contact the NRSWA of-
fice at 386-431 -1000 for questions concerning the bid
packages. The DEADLINE for submittal in response to
the above IFB is Thursday, June 30, 2011, 2:00 p.m.
All bids will be opened and read publicly at this time.
6/16-6/23

HIGGINBOTHAM'S TOWING & RECOVERY
7611 WEST MT. VERNON
GLEN ST. MARY, FL. 32040
Phone (904) 259-4375 * FAX (904) 259-6146
The following vehicles will be sold at public auction
July 8,2011 at 10:00 am, at Higginbotham's Towing
& Recovery, 7611 West Mt. Vernon, Glen St. Mary,
FL. 32040.
2000 Ford Windstar
Vin# 2FMZA5247YBC05385
1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Vin# 1 G3WH52M3VF311345
1992 Chevrolet Blazer
Vin# 1 GNCS13WIN2206265
6/23c
NOTICE
Baker County Property Appraiser intends to designate
the position of Office, SA, TPP Supervisor, position
#0000000006 to the Senior Management Service Class
of the Florida Retirement System pursuant to Section
121.055 of the Florida Statutes.
6/16-6/23


THE BAKER COUNTY PRESS


NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
ALL-SAFE MINI STORAGE
190 South Lowder Street
Macclenny, Florida 32063
The following units containing such property as
furniture, household goods, etc., will be sold at public
auction on July 2, 2011, at 9:00 am. to pay back rent.
Tenant has up until the time of the sale to satisfy
back rent.
Unit 80- Alton Soles
Unit 157- April Groff
6/23-6/30c

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR BAKER COUNTY.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 02-2007-CA-0065

AVELO MORTGAGE, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KRISTOPHER KEENEY; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KRISTO-
PHER KEENEY; BRANDY KEENEY; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF BRANDY KEENEY; TIMOTHY E. KIRKLAND; IF LIV-
ING, INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN
TENANT #2,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Final
Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court of Baker
County, Florida, I will sell the property situated in
Baker County, Florida, described as:
LOT 1, BLOCK B, WILLIAM KNABB ADDI-
TION TO THE TOWN OF MACCLENNY, FLOR-
IDA, ACCORDING TO The PLAT THEREOF,
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
24, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF BAKER
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash,
East door of the Baker County Courthouse, Macclenny,
Florida 32063 at 11:00 am, on July 12, 2011.

DATED THIS 16TH DAY OF JUNE, 2011.

Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of
the date of lis pendens, must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Witness, my hand and seal of this court on the 16th
day of June, 2011.

Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Jamie Crews
As Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for Plaintiff
6/23-6/30c

NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT
The St. Johns River Water Management District (Dis-
trict) gives notice of receipt of the following permit
applicationss:
Standard General and Standard ERP Permit Applications
Wal Mart Stores East LP 2001 SE 10th St, Bentonville,
AR 72716, application #40-003-126516-2. The project
is located in Baker County, Section: 4, Township: 3
South, Range: 22 East, and includes 30.0 acres. The
Environmental Resource Permit application is for the
construction of a surface water management system to
serve a commercial development known as Wal-Mart
Store #1205 - 02 (Macclenny, Fl). The receiving water-
body is Turkey Creek.
The file(s) containing the permit applications) are avail-
able for inspection Monday through Friday, except for
District holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the District's Head-
quarters, 4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL 32177-2529. You
may also view files at one of the District's Service Cen-
ters, but you should call Service Center staff in advance
to make sure that the files are at a specific Service Cen-
ter. Service Center contact information is available online
at floridaswater.com/contactus/offices.html. Additionally,
most permit application file documents can be viewed
online at floridaswater.com/permitting/index.html. To
obtain information on how to find and view permit appli-
cation file documents, go to the HELP tab in E-Permitting
and click on Support and FAQs and then follow the
directions provided under "How to find a Technical Staff
Report (TSR) or other application file documents."
The decision on Standard General and Standard permit
applications will be made at the District's Service Center
where the application is processed, unless the applica-
tion is upgraded to an Individual permit as explained
below. A substantial objection to a Standard General
or Standard permit application must be made in writing
and filed with (received by) the Director of Regulatory
Support, RO. Box 1429, Palatka, FL 32178-1429, or by
e-mail at applicationsupport@sjrwmd.com, within 14
days of notification of the application. Please include
either the Permit Application number or the Project
Name in the objection. Notification of the application is
either the fifth day after the date on which the written
notice is deposited in the U.S. mail (for those persons
who receive actual notice by U.S. mail), the day the
notice is emailed (for those persons who receive actual
notice by e-mail , or the date the notice is published in
the newspaper (if actual notice is not provided by U.S.
mail or email). A "substantial objection" means a writ-
ten statement directed to the District that identifies the
objector, concerns hydrologic or environmental impacts
of the proposed activity, and relates to applicable rule
criteria. A timely substantial objection will cause the
Standard General or Standard permit application to be
considered an application for an Individual permit. If
the District receives a timely substantial objection from
you, then you will receive written notice of the District's
intended decision on the permit application.
Please note that decisions on Individual permit applica-
tions will be made either by the District's Executive Di-
rector or designee (for those applications which are rec
ommended for approval) or by the District's Governing
Board (for those applications which are recommended
for denial). For Individual permit applications, you are
advised to notify the District within 14 days of notifica-
tion of the applications) if you have questions, objec-
tions, comments, or information regarding the activity
proposed in the permit application. If you make a written
request to the District for additional information regard-
ing a specific permit application, you will be provided an
opportunity to obtain the available information. Please
note that filing a written objection does not entitle you to
a Chapter 120, Florida Statutes, administrative hearing.
Notice of intended (proposed) District Decision will be
provided to persons who have requested individual
notice. A request for individual notice of intended (pro-
posed) District Decision on the application must be
received by the District's Director of the Division of Reg-
ulatory Support prior to the date the notice of intended
(proposed) District Decision is generated.
Victor Castro, Division Director, Regulatory Support
St. Johns RiverWater Management District
6/23c


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Haley Taylor: Rotary scholar


KELLEY LANNIGAN
FEATURES
features@bakercountypress.com
Haley Taylor of Macclenny is
the latest recipient of the Baker
County Rotary "Service Above
Self' scholarship.
Ms. Taylor is the daughter of
Chad and Sharmon Taylor.
The $1,ooo academic scholar-
ship is awarded over four years
to a college-bound high school
senior who has demonstrated a
commitment to volunteer service
and other activities that benefit
the student's school and commu-
nity.
She learned that she had been
chosen for the scholarship while
attending Baker County High
School's annual senior awards
banquet at the end of May.
She earned more than 30 dual
enrollment credits at BCHS and
will soon complete associate de-
gree at Sante Fe Community Col-
lege, then transfer to the Univer-
sity of Florida in the fall to study
exercise science.
Her goal is to become part of
the school's competitive graduate
program in physical therapy that
only accepts 34 students each
year.
Rotarian Harvey Baxter, who
met Ms. Taylor when she was a
guest at the club's meeting June
15, commented that she seemed a
"stellar candidate" for the schol-
arship.
Ms. Taylor says she has always
had a tendency to get involved in
service oriented activities.
"I like to help and make sure
things get done," she said. "It's
part of my nature."
She was a member of the Beta
Club as well as Youth Power, a
student organization that works
to discourage drinking and drug
use. She was involved in the
school's History Club whose
members work at the annual
Olustee Festival and sponsor a
haunted house event, both to
benefit the Baker County Histori-
cal Society's Old Jail museum.


PHOTO BY KELLEY LANNIGAN
Rotary president Sam Kitching presents Haley Taylor her first scholarship
check.


Proficient at math, Ms. Tay-
lor has made a practice of tutor-
ing other students who need help
in the subject, often as much as
twice a week.
"Math is my favorite subject,"
she said. "I tutored students who
were struggling and needed help
and I've always found that re-
warding."
Always physically active, be-
ing a cheerleader during her four
years at BCHS has been a big
part of her life. She enjoyed par-
ticipating in cheerleading camps
where she helped instruct girls as
young as age 5 in tumbling tech-
niques and routines.
"Exercise has always been im-
portant to me," she said. "That's
why I'm planning to become a
physical therapist."
During her senior year, Ms.
Taylor volunteered to help Bob
Gerard, who directs the high
school's theatrical performances.
"Mr. Gerard needed someone
to help and I thought it would
be fun so I volunteered," she
said. "It was my first experience
with a theatrical production and


I helped with lighting during
the performance of Charlotte's
Webb."
She's also active at her church,
First Baptist Church of Macclen-
ny.
She attended a mission train-
ing camp in New Mexico, but
the demands of dual enrollment
classes have made participating
in an overseas mission trip im-
practical.
Going a mission trip is among
her many goals for the future.
"My aunt is leaving soon to
teach English in Russia," she
said. "I'd love to go an a mission
trip to that country."


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OBITUARIES


Page


10
JUNE 23, 2011


CHURCH AND OBITUARY NOTICE INFORMATION CONTACT US
Obituaries must be submitted in a timely fashion and have a local connection. Pictures are printed with By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
obituaries free of charge. The newspaper reserves the right to publish photos based on quality. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Mr. Christopherson,
56, ofMacclenny dies
Richard "Rich" Arthur Chris-
topherson, 56, died on June 14.
He was born in Chicago, Illinois
to the late Harry Christopher-
son and Veronica Bills Christo-
pherson on
March 29,
1954. He was
a resident .
of Baker i?:
County since - ,
2006 after
moving from )
Jacksonville. '
Rich was a
member of
the St. James
Episcopal Mr. Christopherson
Church in
Macclenny.
Mr. Christopherson honor-
ably served in the US Army
and was a federal officer for 32
years. He had a medical billing
business for specialty doctors
in the Jacksonville and Mac-
clenny areas. He served as the
unit commissioner for Shawnee
District in Boy Scouts, an assis-
tant scoutmaster of the National
Youth Leadership Training,
was past president for the Fed-
eral Lodge 125, a member of the
Federal Coalition of the Federal
Law Enforcement Officers and a
member of the Amateur Radio
Club (HAM).
Survivors include his wife
of two years, Margaret Mary
Christopherson; children Rich-
ard "Rick" Arthur Christopher-
son of Jacksonville, Jessica L.
(Mike) Lababidi of Orlando,
Brian A. (Milli) Smith of Minne-
sota, Heather S. Smith of Mac-
clenny, Emily Sacks of Atlanta
and Stephen D. Willing of Glen
St. Mary; six grandchildren.
The memorial service was
held Monday, June 20, at 2:00
pm at St. James Episcopal
Church in Macclenny with Fa-
ther Paul Smith officiating. Ar-
rangements were under the care
and direction of V. Todd Fer-
reira Funeral Services. In lieu of
flowers, please make a donation
to help with funeral costs.

Loving thanks
Heartfelt and special thanks to
all the family and friends, young
and old, who loved us, prayed,
opened doors and served food
over these last declining years of
life. You made life easier and bet-
ter. Special thanks to First Unit-
ed Methodist Church and Rev.
W. Tom Pope, Nancy Pope, the
firemen, the EMTs, Sheriff Joey
Dobson and staff, Guerry Funeral
Home staff, the young ladies of
Sixth Street Steakhouse and Waf-
fle House. We thank each of you
and extend our love.
Family of Elgin Barnes
Dorothy, Gregory, Ward,
Amelia and Patrick Barnes


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Cornerstone

Congregational

Methodist

Church
Where relationships are built
to last an Eternity
482 South 71, St., Macclenny, FL
Service Times -
Sunday 11:00 AM & 6:00 PM
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Wed. Bible Study 7:00 PM
Rev. Eddy Sanders, Pastor
Rev. Mae White, Assistant Pastor


Brandon Fish,
26, dies June 18
Joshua Brandon Fish, 26,
of Sanderson died June 18. He
was a lifelong resident of Baker
County and an iron worker. He
is survived
by his moth-
er Debbie
Burnsed
Fish; fa-
ther Tommy
Fish; grand- h
mother Ha-
zel Fish; sis-
ter Kristen
Fish; girl-
friend Jessi-
ca Barnwell;
sons Jobe, Joshua Fish
Jayden and
Joshua; numerous aunts, un-
cles, cousins and friends.
Mr. Fish was preceded in
death by his maternal grand-
mother Lovie Burnsed, and his
paternal grandfather Elgin Fish.
The funeral service will be
held at 11:oo am on Friday, June
24 at Taylor Church with Pastor
Jim Cox officiating. The family
will receive friends Thursday,
June 23 from 6:oo00-8:oo00 pm at
the church.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made to
Country Federal Credit Union
in his mother's name. Arrange-
ments are by Forbes Funeral
Home, Maccldenny

In Memory of
Allen Collett
6/17/1960-8/13/1997
Little did we know that morn-
ing that God was going to call
your name.
In life we loved you dearly, in
death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose
you, but you did not go alone.
For part of us went with you, the
day God called you home.
You left us peaceful memo-
ries, your love is still our guide.
And though we cannot see you,
you are always by our side.
Our family chain is broken
and nothing seems the same.
But as God calls us one by one,
the chain will link again.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD -
WE LOVE AND MISS YOU,
MOMMA, STEVEN, CHRIS, JASON,
JOHN AND STEPHANIE


Thanks for sign
The Board of Trustees of Ce-
dar Creek Cemetery would like
to thank Noah Davis and his as-
sistant Bill for the wrought-iron
sign they made and placed at the
north entrance of the cemetery.
The board and the community
thank you.


Carlton Lee, 73,
native ofMoniac
Carlton Lee, 73, of Macclen-
ny, died June 21. He was born
in Moniac, Georgia to the late
Frank J. Lee and Mamie Thrift
Lee on September 7, 1937. He
was a resi-
dent of Bak-
er County
since 2000,
after moving
from Jack- .
sonville. Mr. .-7.
Lee honor-
ably served
in the US
Air Force
and retired
in 1999 af- Carlton Lee
ter 40 years
of service from Smurfit-Stone
Corporation where he was a ma-
chinist. He loved hunting, fish-
ing and the outdoors, and was
predeceased by son Douglas
Lee, and grandson Casey Lee.
Survivors include his loving
wife of 43 years, Barbara Foran
Lee; children Tim (Heidi) Lee of
Macclenny, Mark (Holly) Lee of
Macclenny, Michael David Lee
of Charlotte, NC; brothers Clif-
ford Lee of Macclenny; sister
Minnie Yarbrough of Macclen-
ny; grandchildren Jana Crews,
Jeremy Lee, Jared Lee, Hannah
Diggs; and nine great-grand-
children.
The funeral service will be
held Friday, June 24 at noon
at the First United Method-
ist Church in Macclenny with
Pastor Tom Pope officiating.
Interment will be in Evergreen
Cemetery in Jacksonville. The
family will receive friends on
Thursday, June 23 from 6:00-
8:00 pm at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the di-
rection of V. Todd Ferreira Fu-
neral Services. In lieu of flowers,
please make a donation to the
Community Hospice of North-
east Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Rd,
Jacksonville, FL 32257.










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Hope Your Father's
Day in Heaven was
Glorious
Charlie Hollings
01/26/33 -11/17/05
If I could write a story
It would be the greatest ever told
Of a kind and loving father
Who had a heart of gold.

I could write a million pages
But still be unable to say
Just how much we love and
Miss him every single day.

I will remember all he taught us.
We are hurt but won't be sad
Because he'll send us down the
answers
And he'll always be our Dad
IN LOVING MEMORY,
YOUR WIFE, CHILDREN,
GRANDCHILDREN
AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN

In Loving Memory of
Hilda Manning
05/11/54 - 06/26/10
God saw that you were getting
tired, and the cure was not to
be. So He put His arms around
you, and whispered, "Come
with me."
With tearful eyes we watched
you suffer, and saw you fade
away. Although we loved you
dearly, we could not make you
stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
busy hands to rest. God broke
our hearts to prove to us He
only takes the best!
FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS
LOVE, YOUR FAMILY


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Preaching Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:00 pm


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Pastor Donnie E. Williams ** 259-4529


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Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday boring Service 11:00 am
Sunday Night Service 6:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
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Assistant Pastor Timothy Alford



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Pastor: Harold Finley
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sunday Service 11:00 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:30 pm
Come see the exciting things
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
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Happy Birthday!
Danny Johns
June 21, 1967- December 17, 2008
God's Angel
An angel came to earth one day
You gave only love, then went
away.
We will never forget your
happy smile
and all our time together.
It's hard losing someone with so
much love
and goes back to heaven to his
Father above.
We will remember you always;
there's no other way.
And we know in our hearts,
we'll be with you again one day.
But for now we will share the
love and continue to say,
Thank you God for our angel
who has gone away.
Happy birthday, brother.
I LOVE YOU ALWAYS,
DONNA CONNER

In Loving Memory of
My Wonderful Mom
Glenda King
6/26/2010
You left us to go to heaven
and be with our loving fam-
ily that had already gone home.
Momma, my life is not the same
anymore without you. Ifeel like
I have lost everything; nothing
ever seems to go right and all I
can think of is you, and it really
hurts to not be able to pick up the
phone and say, "Momma, I need
to talk. You always helped me
and loved me for who I was and
I miss this so much. You were my
life. I miss those nights going to
the game room so you could just
relax. I miss going home on my
weekends from work to take you
to get your catfish dinners. I miss
sitting and talking about the old
days when Daddy was with us,
and most of all the holidays are
and will never be like they used
to be. You never let us kids do
without anything. You were al-
ways therefore us no matter how
bad or good it may have been.
Momma, I wish I could have
you here with me to hug and kiss
your beautiful face. But I know
you are free of any pain and suf-
fering. But Momma, I miss you
so, so much and I know I will see
you again one day soon. But un-
til that day I want you to know
you are on my mind every sec-
ond of the day and that will nev-
er change. Until we can see each
other again, Momma, always
know you are on my mind and
always will be. My love always
and forever.


In Loving Memory of
Mother/Grandmother
Christine Jefferson Smith
11/29/31 - 06/21/10
In my rose garden of memories
I see you standing there.
An angel in disguise
Who taught me how to care.
I long to hear your voice
For real, not in my dreams.
I am missing you so much these days
How empty my world seems.
People say time heals all wounds
That someday the pain will subside.
But Grandma, I can tell you
I think they must have lied.
The emptiness I am feeling now
Is strong and I am weak.
These days go by without you
So dreary and so bleak
In my rose garden of memories
I know you'll always be.
For though you're gone
From this mortal world
In my heart you'll always be.
Kashanda Smith


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Sun. Evening Worship .. 6:00 pm
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FEATURES
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The Baker County Chamber
of Commerce on June 17 hosted
a men's health fair sponsored by
the Baker County Health Depart-
ment.
According BCHD health edu-
cator Jonathan Gaskins, who
helped coordinate the event, the
fair was held to observe National
Men's Health month in June.
Many men working in busi-
nesses close to the chamber's
location were able to walk to the
event which featured free health
screenings.
The screenings determine in-
dividual health profiles includ-
ing bone density, blood pressure,
weight versus ideal body weight,
degree of obesity, body mass in-
dex, total body water, cholester-
ol, metabolic age and more.
Health department personnel
conducted the screenings and
discussed their findings with at-
tendees. If problem areas were
identified, they had suggestions
to help address and manage
those areas.
Health fair patrons went
home with lots of incentives to
help them become more health
conscious. Each received a t-shirt
donated by Avmed and a "goody
bag" filled with useful items do-
nated by the health department
and organizations like Humana.
The bags contained pedom-
eters to help measure distance
when walking and flashlights


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Dennis Collins gets his body mass index checked by
Lauren Griffis of the health department.
for safety when walking in poor cer Society with information on
lighting conditions, prostate, colo-rectal and lung
Brochures pertaining to men's
health were available such as
"Cancer Facts for Men" pub-
lished by The American Can-


YOUR DAUGHTER KARON,
RUSSELL AND MY KIDS


Christian Fellowship Temple

6-9 pm (Registration & check-in at 5:45)

Ages: 3 - just completed 5th grade

Have a bamboo blast with crazy crafts, games,
awesome Bible stories, cool music and much more!

Visit www.christianfellowshiptemple.com
or call 259-3548 for more information!


In Loving Memory of
Christine J. Smith
11/29/31 - 06/21/10

Mama,
You're the queen of our hearts.
LOVE, JUNE, DENISE
MIKE, BARABRA, KASHANDA,
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Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am
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prevention methods.
Information on other pro-
grams offered through the health
department such as smoking
cessation and diabetes education
and management classes was
provided as well.
Participants in the screenings
registered for a raffle to win a car
care kit from Auto Zone.
Healthy snacks such as fruit,
granola bars and water were fur-
nished by the chamber, as were
purple tote bags promoting the
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to Calvary
Corner of Madison & Stoddard
Glen St. Mary
Rev. Tommy & Doris Anderson
Youth Director Margie Howard
Phone: 904-259-2213
Sunday School:............10:00 am
Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Service ..... 6:00 pm
Wednesday Night.......... 7:30 pm


Ask about the link between diabetes and heart disease and learn how
the ABCs of diabetes can help you lower your risk:
A: Lower your A1C, a test that measures average
blood sugar over the past 3 months, to less than 7
B: Keep your Blood pressure below 130/80
C: Get your "bad" Cholesterol (LDL) below 100

Call 653-5246 to enroll in
Diabetes Self-Management Classes

July 7, 14, 21 and August 4
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
at the Baker County Health Department

Come at 4:00 on July 7 for a free A1 C test

Baker County Health Department Working Toward Wellness
480 W. Lowder St., Macclenny, FL 32063 iI
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SOCIAL NOTICE SUBMISSION INFORMATION CONTACT US
Birth announcements, wedding notices and social events (military service notes and school graduations) must By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
be submitted within four weeks of the event. All news and advertising must be submitted to the newspaper
office prior to 5:00 p.m. on the Monday prior to publication, unless otherwise noted or arranged. It is requested Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
that all news items be typed or emailed to insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Miles Ballard
Born on June 5
Jode and Deborah Leigh Bal-
lard of Tampa are pleased to
announce the birth of their son,
Miles Lowell Ballard. Miles was
born June 5, weighing 8 lbs., 9
oz. and was 21 inches long.
Grandparents include Danny
and Debbie Lamb of Macclenny
and Jody and Diane Ballard of
Jacksonville. Great-grandmoth-
er is Bernice Green, also of Mac-
clenny.

July 2 wedding
Annette Sapp of Macclenny
and Barry Barsch of Fernan-
dina Beach are pleased to invite
friends and family to their wed-
ding on July 2, 2011. It will take
place at the Mathis House in Glen
St. Mary at 5:00 pm.
A reception will follow the cer-
emony.
After a honeymoon in San
Juan, Puerto Rico, the couple will
reside in Macclenny.

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Ms. Bravo and Mr. Mann
December vows
Kimberly and Antonio Bravo
of Jacksonville and Denise and
Ronald Mann of Sanderson are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment of their children, Chelsea
Bravo and Weston Mann.
The couple plans to wed De-
cember 2, 20ll at Riverside Bap-
tist Church in Jacksonville.

Sapp -Woods
Annette Sapp of Macclenny
and Rocky Sapp of Sanderson are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment and approaching marriage
of their daughter Leslie Sapp to
Christopher Woods, the son of
Charles and Agnes Hilliard of
Starke and Iris Garland of Lake
Butler.
The wedding will take place in
Folkston, GA on July 1, 2011 and
a reception will be held on July 3
at 3:00oo pm at the Christian Fel-
lowship Temple in Macclenny.
All friends and relatives are
cordially invited.
The couple will reside in Madi-
sonville, Texas.

Name misspelled
The name of Keller Intermedi-
ate fourth grader Jamie Laurence
was misspelled in last week's list-
ing of A-B honor roll students.


CoA senior prom
will be July 22nd
Baker County residents over
the age of 60 are invited to the
Senior Prom sponsored by the
Council on Aging on Friday, July
22 at 7:00 pm at the ag center.
This is the council's premier
event of the year with catering,
special music and entertainment.
There is a $5 admission.
RSVPs are requested (259-
2223) so arrangements for seat-
ing and food can be made. Also,
since there are more lady attend-
ees than men, collar those older
guys who own suits and love to
dance!
Also, if you have a spare and
wearable evening dress, please
donate it for a lady to wear to the
prom. Drop them off or call the
number above for pick-up.


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Free HIV tests
at health dept.
The Baker County Health De-
partment will be offering free
HIV testing in observance of Na-
tional HIV Testing Day on Mon-
day, June 27. Please stop by the
department between 9:00 am-
3:00 pm for your free test. For
more information, please call
904-259-6291 ext. 2240.



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WESTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Principal's List - 4th Nine Weeks

FIRST GRADE: Bryant: Sydney Johnson, Nikky Martin, Haley Ritter, Camilo Rollins,
Adreonna Schutz, Chase Tyson. Butler: Colton Herb, Caleb Hodges, Brooklyn Manucy,
Jacob Raulerson, Hayden Williams. Conner: Bayleigh Britt, Billy Elledge, Michael Prevatt. H.
Crews: Caitlin Nelson, Abril Nolasco, Gracie Rogers, Kaiden Sherman. Greenwood: Layne
Britt, Bailey Merrett, Devan VanVactor. Hart: Bryson Burkhalter, Colton Clardy, Josie Jacobs,
Emma Knight, Chloe Lamb, Jada Touchton, Jayden Matthews. McDonald: Christopher "CJ"
Ginnetto, Audrey Long. Murphy: Mattie Ball, Lainna Burnett, Eliza Clines, RJ Clines, Zaria
Cooper, Chase Crews, Tyrenan Hale, Hannah Hanks, Jalynn Harvey, Davis Prosch, Kaylee
Rodgers, Tia Ruise, Alex Stokes, Amber Williams. Renshaw: Breanna Alford, Hamp Craft,
Jesse Harter, Bryanna Perozo, Zaya Thompson, Coby Wilkerson. Roach: Joseph Cercy,
Beatrice Cook, Anthony Phillips, Jeremiah Robinson, Caleb Woods. Sheridan: Brea Gentry,
Angelina Hunter, DocTheophile, Daniel Westinghouse. Thomas: Harper Archambault, Elysa
Baumgardner, Diamond Combs, Chloe Dube, Isabella Gray, Lynsay Rewis, Kaylee Rogers,
William "Branson" Self, Hunter Whitehead. Trimm: Cody Culbreth, Wyatt Gilbert, Teagan
Rhoden, Alaina Suppa, Tiequan Thomas.
SECOND GRADE: Callahan: Emily Hilliard,Titus Martin, Conner South. D. Crews: Kendal
Deen, Jacob Overland, Benjamin Smith. Davis: Caramie Crews, Luis Cito Escobar, Mary
Merkle, Luke Slattery. Duval: Ben Callahan, Dalton Chancey, Emily Davis, Keira Godbold,
Caiden Hodges, Will Johnson, Hanna Johnston, Caleb Jones, Braeden Knight, Blakely
Mallory, Alayna Markley, Morgan Morrow, NickTaylor, Brock Walker, Logan Wright. Elledge:
Ryleigh Burnsed, Taylor Crews, Daniel Robinson. Folsom: Grace Johnson, Kaylee Long,
Blake Rhoden. Gonzalez: Cheyenne Croft, Alexia Hardenbrook, Ryne Jacobs, Makensie
Parmeley, Seth Scott. Hurst: Peyton Burnsed, Wyatt Crockett, Aubrey Rich, Wintae Ruise,
Addie Williams. Jacobs: Delanie Crews. James: Abigail Barnes. Nunn: Emily Eldridge, Brady
Finley, Jadie Fetcher, Aliyah Sonzini D'Aguiar. Stafford: Makayla Bennett, Wyatt Ferguson,
Trent Fischer, Nina Ledford.
THIRD GRADE: Binn:Taylor Cercy, Raegan Register, Jace Stokes. Dowling: Alexis Fennell,
Kalista Johnson, Logan McDermitt, Weston Sands, Christina Slater, Joseph Stafford, Cassie
Turner, Hannah Walton. R.Crews/Giles: Marissa Brown, Alle Home. Griffis: Emilie Hodges,
Kierra Richardson. Hand: Sierra Gatto, Phillip Richardson. Hilliard: Abbie French, Dylan
Jager, Melanie Willis. Kress: Grayson Gurganious. Payne: Kyle Ambrose, Julia Archambault,
Seth Crawford, Antonio Esterling, Samantha Fink, Emily Hill, Danny Neri, Andrea Pelfrey,
Landon Prevatt, Abigayle Price, Blaine Roberts, Carole Spivey. Shivers: Colby Craig, Scott
Rewis. Shoe: Reagen Hauge. White: Lexi Clardy, Montana McGinley. Wendel: Na'desha
Davis, Alexis Scheider, Dylan Griffis, Hannah Wilford.

Honor Roll - 4th Nine Weeks
FIRST GRADE: Bryant:Trenton Crawford, Chelsea Spires, Leo Zarrella. Butler: Jalea Baez,
Destiny Langston, Alexis Page, John Ragin, Haley Swindell. Conner: Chloe Baldwyn, Morgan
Barber, Stacee Duffey, Baliegh Harris, Erica Harris, Seleena Morris, Emma Pearson, Hayden
Stearns, Trenton Thornton, Brittney Wilcutts. H. Crews: Jaylynn Brogdon, Maranda Burnett,
Zak Carpenter, Alexis Sigers, Shawnaisha Thomas, Micah Tuten, Zoie Young. Greenwood:
Lili Adams, Conner Brassart, Madison Lagle, Tayleigh Lauramore, Kasey Manley, Katelyn
Rentz. Hart: Jamarian Baker, Jada Donaldson, Leland Nettles, Hance Sweat. McDonald:
Jacob Baughman, Leah Cales, Lance Padgett, Lily Stockton. Moment: Noah Duren, Nelvera
Gaskins. Murphy: Kayleigh Bryant, Avyiah Lee, Shahanna Ruise. Renshaw: Kayla Collins,
Peyton Dube, Kaycee McDowell, Ron McElroy, Jason Morgan, Jesslyn Wallstedt. Roach:
Cameryn Cales, Ashlyn Gunter, Weston Gurganious, Maylee Parish, Rheagan Patterson,
Jeffrey Perryman. Sheridan: Rylee Carter, Elijah Davis, Jesse Hefty, Savana Holton, Alex
Norris, Kade Richardson. Thomas: Jillian Barnett. Trimm: Christina Branch, George Canaday,
Julie Fanton, Kayla Harrington, Matthew Lucas, Chase Smith, Emily Tanner.
SECOND GRADE: Callahan: Hannah Baker, Matthew Fraze, Morgan Griffis, Rachel
Hefty, Lilly Munn, Dylan Schlarbaum, Kristina Smith. D. Crews: Carley Baxley, Ella Glenn,
Allie Lowery, Reygen Paige. Davis: Trenton Burnsed, Chelsey Campbell, Austin Craig,
Siani Jefferson, Emily Jewell, Pierce Kirkland, Cassidy Manucy, Cason Milton, Martez Ruise,
Morgan Ruise, Tayor Slattery. Duval: Kody Butcher, William Green, Zane Mobley. Elledge:
Emily Conner, Megan Dodd, Peyton Green, Daeshawn Larry, Annabelle Nowlen, Gabriel
Rothfeldt, Charles Siemering. Folsom: Marah Davis, Caily Freeman, Joseph Hannah, Hayley
Harrell, Aiya Jackson, John Passmore, Autumn Simpson, Whitney Suggs. Gonzalez: Dustin
Burnsed, Michelle Clark, Preston Dugan, Amia Everett, Braxton O'hara, Tyler Richardson.
Hurst: Kelsey Godwin, Dustin Guernsey, Haily Hodgson, Cierra Keener, Eden Lawson, Alesha
Meadows, Trace Ploucher, Adam Wright. Jacobs: Kelton Chambers, Andrea Chapman,
Chase Gaskins, Andrew Gregory, Liyah Hilley, Hannah Peterson, Dawson Sealey, Markayla
Taylor. James: Alyssa Baker, Toby Fryer, Madison Harrell, Megan Horton, Raymond Luke,
Peighton Smith. Moment: Amaya Cooley, Trever Norman, Andrew Thigpen. Nunn: Austin
Bryant, Mason Caudill, Jessie Fletcher, Kara Fletcher, Brayden Jackson, Brooklyn McSwain,
Nadeligh Norman, Tyler Roberts, . Stafford: Ansley Crews, Kennady Godwin, Trey Harvey,
Jordan Johnson, Sarah Beth Murphree, Korie Novaton.
THIRD GRADE: Binn: Rebekalyn Barber, Bryce Barton, Sarah Blackburn, Isaac Estep,
Mirissa Harvey, Jada Jones, Jaquan Paige, Amber Reneau, Davon Woolf. Dowling: Chani
Clark, Allison Robson, Reyna Roland. R.Crews/Giles: Houston Bennett, Karli Johnson, Alexis
O'Hara, Thomas Perozo, Amber Swindell, Logan Thornton. Gray: Gerald Davis, Derrick
Deen, Jordyn Defee, Billy Martin, Thomas Rainey, Ashton Robinson, Bryson Spurlock. Griffis:
Kordell Branch,Levi Jewell, Jennifer Romano, Dylan Spires, Kylee Strickland, Garret Sullivan.
Hand: Taylor Hodges, Cameron Johns, Cassie Pringle, Kayla Tate, Angelee Williams, Bailey
Wynn. Hilliard: Michaela Prevatt, Emily Carpenter. Kress: Alexis Ledford, Lucy Nowlen,
Kyler Robinson. Moment: Rachel Dobbs, Daniel Jones. Payne: Katilin Brunette, Haiden
Fish, Abigail Henley, Alexandria Hill, Anna Wilkerson. Shivers: Jadea Baez, Kalyn Godwin,
Cheyenne Kinghorn, Emily Mobley, Abby Ray, Austin Rich, Payton Ruise, Chace Smallwood.
Shope: Emilee Blanton, Jacoby Clayton, Deshawn Davis, Raylyn Hodges, Hanna Jeffries,
Carter Kennedy, Erin Stokes, Adam Waldrop, Joseph York. White: Mason Becerra, Zi Belford,
Dominic Berardo, Marcus Doss, Jessica French, Jessica Tillis. Wendel: Payton Crews, Nick
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City of Macclenny / Enterprise East/Macclenny II
2010 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
This report will be mailed to customers only upon request and is also available at City Waste Water Treatment Plant and on the City's website
at www.cityofmacclenny.com

We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every
day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the
water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water source is ground water from six wells. The
wells draw from the Floridian Aquifer. Our water is obtained from ground water sources and is aerated and chlorinated for disinfection purposes. Aqua Mag is added for
corrosion control at City of Macclenny.
In 2009 the Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water Assessment on our system. The assessment was conducted to provide information about
any potential sources of contamination in the vicinity of our wells. There are two potential sources) of contamination identified for this system with a moderate susceptibility
levelss. The assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp
This report shows our water quality results and what they mean.
If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Richard Harris or Walter Sloan at 259-4491. We encourage our valued customers to be informed about
their water utility. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at City Hall at 7pm.
The City of Macclenny routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this report is
based on the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2010. Data obtained before January 1, 2010, and presented in this report are from the most recent testing
done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment
technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control
of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs to not reflect the benefits of
the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/I) - one part by weight of analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/I) - one part by weight of analyte to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) - measure of the radioactivity in water.
"ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory analysis.

City of Macclennv- Non-Secondary Contaminants Table


Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Level Detected Range of MCLG MCL Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo/yr.) Violation Y/N Results
Radiological Contaminants/City of Macclenny
Radium 226 + 228 or
coRdi urm 226 + Co) o05/08 N 1.0 NA 0 5 Erosion of natural deposits
combined radium (pCo/L)
Radiological Contaminants/Enterprise East
Radium 226 + 228 or
coa d um2+22 L) 05/08 N 0.5 NA 0 5 Erosion of natural deposits
combined radium (pCo/L)
Contaminant and Unit of Dates of sampling MCL Level Detected Range of Contamination
Level Detected MCLG MCL Likely Source of Contamination
Measurement (mo/yr.) Violation Y/N Results
Inorganic Contaminants/City of Macclenny
Barium (ppm) 05/08 N 0.012 NA 2 2 Discharge of drilling wastes; discharge from metal refineries;
erosion of natural deposits
Erosion of natural deposits; discharge from fertilizer and alumi
Flouride (ppm) 05/08 N 0.64 NA 4 4.0 num factories. Water additive that promotes strong teeth when at
optimum levels between 0.7 and 1.3 ppm
Sodium (ppm) 05/08 N 11 NA NA 160 Saltwater intrusion, leaching from soil
Inorganic Contaminants/Macclenny II
Barium (ppm) 03/06 N 0.015 NA 2 2 Discharge of drilling wastes; discharge from metal refineries;
erosion of natural deposits
Cyanide (ppb 03/06 N 6 NA 200 200 Discharge from steel/metal factories; discharge from plastic and
Cyanide(ppb) 03/06 N 6 NA 200 200 fertilizer factories
Erosion of natural deposits; discharge from fertilizer and alumi
Flouride (ppm) 03/06 N 0.49 NA 4 4.0 num factories. Water additive that promotes strong teeth when at
optimum levels between 0.7 and 1.3 ppm
Nickel(ppb) 03/06 N 2.2 NA NA 100 Pollution from mining and refining operations. Natural occurrence
in soil.
Sodium (ppm) 03/06 N 14.0 NA NA 160 Salt water intrusion, leaching from soil
Inorganic Contaminants/Enterprise East
Barium (ppm) 05/08 N 0.013 NA 2 2 Discharge of drilling wastes; discharge frm metal refineries;
erosion of natural deposits
Erosion of natural deposits; discharge from fertilizer and alumi
Flouride (ppm) 05/08 N 0.46 NA 4 4.0 num factories. Water additive that promotes strong teeth when at
optimum levels between 0.7 and 1.3 ppm
Sodium (ppm) 05/08 N 24 NA NA 160 Salt water intrusion, leaching from soil


Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products/City of Macclenny
Disinfectant or Contaminant sampling Vio MCL Level Detected Range of MCLG or MCL or MRDL Likely Source of Contamination
(mo./yr.)
Chlorine (ppm) 01/2010 to 12/2010 N 0.93 0.27 to 2.20 MRDLG=4 MRDL=4 0 Water additive used to control microbes
Haloacetic Acids (five) (HAA5) 09/2010 N 12.19 NA NA MCL= 60 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb)

trihalomethanes) (ppb) 09/2010 N 34.27 NA NA MCL= 80 By-product of drinking water disinfection
Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products/Enterprise East
Haloacetic Acids (five) (HAA5) 09/2010 N 30.68 NA NA MCL 60 By-product of drinking water disinfection

trihaloMetha(l) (ppb 09/2010 N 40.14 NA NA MCL= 80 By-product of drinking water disinfection
Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Products/Macclenny II
Haloacetic Acids (five) (HAA5) 08/2009 N 15 NA NA MCL= 60 By-product of drinking water disinfection
(ppb)
TTHM (Total
trihalomethanes) (ppb 08/2009 N 33.26 NA NA MCL= 80 By product of drinking water disinfection
trihalomethanes) (ppb)


Likely Source of Contamination
Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural
deposits; leaching from wood preservatives
Corrosion of household plumbing systems; erosion of natural
deposits; leaching from wood preservatives


If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and compo-
nents associated with service lines and home plumbing. The City of Macclenny is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used
in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before
using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and
steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.
The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or
through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human
activity.
Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and wildlife.
(B) Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil
and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff, and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come
from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.
Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate
that the water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water
Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer
undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be
particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means
to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
We at City of Macclenny would like you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to
insuring the quality of your water. If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please feel free to call any of the numbers listed.


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2 prime burial spaces, Holly Hill Cemetery,
Garden of Faith section, 3601 Jennings
Road, Middleburg, 904-259-1710. 6/23p
Last week, everything must go! Glass
shelving, marble-top counter/bar, tri-pan-
el gold mirror, silver Ralph Lauren mirror,
drafting/document metal cabinet, glass in-
lay lighted credenza, marble-top side table.
Photos available. 259-3800 or 962-3800.
6/23p
Twin captain's bed, bookcase headboard,
3 storage drawers on bottom, $70, 392-
4104. 6/23p
Electric stove, works good, $40, 392-
4104. 6/23p
Gator twin bedsheets with one matching
curtain, $18, 392-4104. 6/23p
Sweet corn and watermelons for sale.
259-5828, Derek Harvey. 6/23-7/7p
GE electric stove, $125. Like new 2500
watt, 30 amp, generator, $200. Call 338-
7153 or 408-1994. 6/23p
Office Supplies, printer and fax cartridges,
rubber stamps and much more. We special-
ize in hard to find items. The Office Mart,
110 S. 5th Street. 259-3737. 4/28tfc
Livingroom table set, medium oak with
brown glass inserts on wheels. Storage
space underneath with large beige and
pastel table lamps. $125. Call 275-3007,
leave message. 5/19tfc
2001 hot tub, holds six, new - warranty,
51 jets, LED lights, waterfall, retails $8100,
now $2790. Call 904-875-4277.6/2-6/30p
Bankruptcies, divorce, wills and any oth-
er court documents prepared, notary ser-
vice. Call John Swanson at 257-9033.
6/17tfc
Oak livingroom table set, 2 end tables, 1
coffee table with two lamps. Great condi-
tion with glass inserts and storage. $125.
275-3007. 6/2tfc
Artists. Oils, acrylics, water colors,
Canvases, drawing pads and much more.
On sale now. The Office Mart, 110 S. Fifth
Street, 259-3737. tfc
Maytag top load washer, Performa PAVT-
2448WW, new in 2009, used sparingly, new
$399.95, in storage for a year. Come see
and buy at 304 South Fifth Street. Price:
$250. 6/23p
Sewing machine, Janome Model: DC
3018 Decor, with attachment kit and manu-
als. Paid $580 new. Firm price as is: $250.
Come see and buy at 304 South Fifth Street.
6/23p
Sewing machine, Brother Model LX 3125
with manual. New $109.99, for sale: $50
firm. Come see and buy at 304 South Fifth
Street. 6/23p
Fruit trees at low prices; peach, apple,
plum, pecan and more. Liner blueberry
plants $1.75 and up for larger sizes. Black-
berries and pomegranates. 904-845-2686.
Hilliard. 2/10-6/30p
Landscaping mulch. While supply lasts.
259-2900. 4/28tfc
Camille Beckman hand cream, Root
candles, unique gift items. Southern Charm
110 S. 5th Street. 259-4140. 4/28tfc
Solid oak dining room table and six chairs,
buffet, china cabinet. Excellent condition!
Asking $800 OBO. 259-9582. 6/2-6/23p





2002 Ford Ranger, approx 40,000 miles,
4 cylinder, automatic transmission, new
tires and brakes, $4200,904-571-0913.
6/23p
Accepting sealed bids, The Baker Coun-
ty Board of Commissioners is accept-
ing sealed bids on a 1993 Chevy pickup
truck. Minimum bid amount of $400, no
exceptions. Vehicle can be viewed at
the Recreation Department Maintenance
Shop located at 490 North Boulevard
West, Macclenny, Florida 32063. All bids
are due by 5:00pm on June 30, 2011 and
must be sealed with "Rec. Dept. truck
bid" clearly marked on the envelope. For
more information please call 334-0917 or
259-2590. 6/16-6/23p
Now accepting bids, contact Beth at 653-


4453. 1994 Savanna fifth-wheel travel
trailer with two slides. 2/3tfc





Thomas Daycare, my home, day or night,
all ages. 24 years experience, licensed, hot
meals/snacks. Episcopal welcome. Cathy
Thomas. 259-3678 or 742-4980. 6/23p
Fritz's concrete service and more. 904-
507-1768. 4/28-7/14p
Hall's Lawn Service & Maintenance,
storm clean-up, free estimate, owner Cody
Hall, 904-424-6811. 6/23-6/30p


Need childcare? I'll provide assistance in
my home, all ages - any hours. 904-838-
2287. 6/2-6/30p





Dogs: all types from puppies to adults.Ani-
mal Control, $65 adoption fees will apply.
259-6786. 11/20ffc
English bulldog puppy for sale, champion
line, AKC registered, shots, perfect health,
gets along with kids, fully trained, 11 weeks
old, $700. Email flowusa@yahoo.com or
call 904-259-8167. 6/23p
Gentle Bay gelding, $300 OBO. Also, new
and used tack. 275-2466 or 616-4632.
6/23p





Lost Redtick puppy in area of Kenneth
Walker Road and Hwy 125 in Cuyler, be-
longs to a six year old boy. If found, please
call 259-6695. 6/23p
Beagle/Walker found between Brooker
and Lake Butler on SR 231. Please call to
identify, 352-339-5337. 6/23






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Announcers, Sales Hosts wanted at
WJXR 92.1 FM, the fun place to work! If over
18 with car and motivated to excel, apply
now, we train! Come to 28 West Macclenny
Avenue, Suite 9, in Macclenny to fill out an
application between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm
Monday through Friday, or call 259-92FM.
EOE. 6/23-6/30p
Heavy duty diesel mechanic needed,
Travel Centers of America, Baldwin loca-
tion, 1024 US 301 South. Driver's license
required. Please apply to Mark Holmes,
Shop Manager. 904-266-4281, ext. 22.
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St. Mary's Cove, 2011 season - a decent
place to go. 1909 Steel Bridge Road, Mac-
clenny. 259-9980. 11/13tfc
Need club members, still hunt, 2277 acres
in Glen St. Mary. Phone 259-3580, cell 327-
6433. 6/23p
Men's softball league begins in August.
For more information, call Riley Rhoden at
904-553-7299 or Jason Combs at 904-
219-8859. 6/23p





Pay Day Loan Buster, $500 no credit
check, six months to repay, active checking
account required. 904-206-7861. www.
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FSBO, beautiful brick home, Copper Creek,
3 BR, 2 BA, eat-in kitchen, separate dining
room, split floor plan, many extras. Asking
$190,000. Call 904-553-4165 for appoint-
ment. 5/26-7/28p
3 BR, 1 BA brick home, newer roof and


windows, tile, fenced backyard with shed,
on dead-end road in Macclenny, $129,000
OBO, 904-397-0094. 6/9-6/23p
Riverfront cabin, fully furnished, in Glen St.
Mary for only $129,000. 2 BR, 1 BA on St.
Mary's River with 60' wrap-around deck.
904-333-6363. 6/9-6/30p
3.46 acres, north Sanderson, set up for
mobile home $42,000. Owner financing.
Call 904-813-1580. 2/10tfc
1/2 acre residential lot in gate community,
$38,500. Owner financing. Call 904-813-
1580. 2/10tfc
4 BR brick ranch, beautiful, with 12+
acres, pond, barn and new kitchen, minutes
from Macclenny, only $229,000, 2509 sq ft,
904-333-6363. 6/9-630p


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Lease to own a 2400 sq ft, 4 BR, all brick
custom built home in Whispering Pines.
New heat pump, roof and well pump.
Wooded half acre, above ground pool. Can
lease to OWN for $1400 monthly, $3000
security deposit, that will go on the sale of
the home, or can own home for $229,000.
Sellers are very motivated! Call 904-259-
4923. 6/23p
Five Acres, Crews Road, cleared and
fenced with pond, $59,000. 613-1255.
6/16-6/30p
One acre lot on Hillcrest Drive, partially
cleared, zoned for home or MH, $18,500,
904-259-5972 or 904-304-6294.
6/9-6/30p






3 BR, 2 BA brick home, no smoking,
$1100/month, first and last month rent.
Available July 1. Call 904-553-4165.
5/26-6/30p
1 BR mobile home, very clean, $200 de-
posit, $400/month, call 259-2787.
6/16-6/23p
3 BR, 2 BA, 5527 Huckleberry Trail South,
$1095/month, $1000 deposit. Real Estate
with Garlon Webb, 408-9146.
6/23p
2 & 3 BR mobile homes, central H/A,
washer/dryer hook-up, garbage, water,
sewage and lawn care included. $485/
month, $485 deposit. 904-219-2690 or
912-843-8165. 6/2tfc
2 BR, 2 BA duplex, washer/dryer, dish-
washer, front and rear porches, water/
sewer included, nicest in town, $725/
month plus deposit. 718-8898. 6/23p
3 BR, 2 BA singlewide mobile home, cen-
tral H/A on �y acre, $700/month plus de-
posit. 904-504-9305. 5/2-6/23p


House for rent in Taylor, 3 BR, 1� BA,
partially furnished, W/D, stove, refrigera-
tor, $600/month, first month and $300 se-
curity deposit, 259-7485 or 259-9194.
6/23-6/30p
3 BR, 2 BA MH on large lot, $500/month,
$500 deposit, 904-545-7688.
6/16-6/23p
2 BR, 1 BA duplex, all appliances includ-
ing washer/dryer $675/month, $675 de-
posit. 259-3300 or 591-2790. 5/12tfc
Nice 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide with work-
shop and some fruit trees in country on
beautiful 2.5 acres. Horses welcome. Rent
to own. 904-477-8995.
6/16-6/23p
Mobile homes. 2 and 3 BR, A/C, service
animals only, $500-$575 plus deposit.
904-860-4604. 3/17tfc
Mobile home in Sanderson, 3 BR, 2 BA,
$750 security deposit, $750/month. Call
904-259-2255 or 904-813-1580.5/12tfc
2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in Cozy Corners,
$545/month, first, last and $300 deposit.
Water, trash and lawn service included,
central H/A. 259-7335. 4/7tfc
3 BR, 1 BA brick home, fenced yard, W/D
hookup, corner lot, tile throughout, first and
last plus deposit, $850/month. 904-264-
1875. 6/9-6/23p
2 BR, 2 BA MH, very private one acre lot,
$700/month, $700 deposit, 509-2280.
6/16tfc
2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, $600/month,
$300 deposit, lawn maintenance includ-
ed. On Reid Stafford Road. 904-259-2880.
6/16tfc
Efficiency apartment, $525/month, first
last and $300 deposit. Electric, water, trash
and lawn service included. 259-7335.
4/7tfc
14x60 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home, H/A, clean
with appliances. Service animals only.
$550/month, $500 deposit. 259-6966.
6/23p


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YARD SALES

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 8:00 am-noon, across
from Wells Nursing Home in front of apartments., clothes.
kitchen items., tables. books. etc. 2 families. \Jew items.
Thursday and Friday, 8:00 am-?. big yard sale. 7349
West Madison Street. Glen St. Mary.


Friday, 7:00 am-1:00 pm, 288 West Ohio Avenue. Mac -
clenny. lots of teenage clothes. call 904-994-4204 for more information.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 13535 CR 127. Sanderson. green house
across street from Dinkin's Church. multi-family. baby kids clothes., furni-
lure. tools. home decor and lots more.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-?. 6982 S CR 125. Pastor's library. lots of
books and bookshelves.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 6982 S CR 125. baby and maternity
items. lots of miscellaneous.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 am-noon, 7 11 Shortputt Drive. 3 families. buf-
fer. auto body tools. large women's and men's clothing. Red Wing insulated
2000 boots size 10':W mien's). gazelle. movies and much more. Call 408-
9841 for more information.
Saturday, 8:00 am-?, 540 Laverne Street lne-t to Pre-K Center). Every-
thing must go! Did not sell everything last weekend. Furniture and collect-
ible items. including Bassett mahogany bedroom dresser with mirror and
chest of drawers. oak chest of drawers and oak dining table with si match-
ing chairs. lamps. entertainment cabinet, miscellaneous kitchen items, large
collection of bells and many miscellaneous items. For more information. call
904-504-3729.
Saturday, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Hwy 23A North. appro. 3' - miles on left.
Saturday, 9:00 am-6:00 pm, 6126 George Hodges Road. Macclenny. multi -
family.
Saturday, 10:00 am-noon, 750 Wheeler Drive toff North Lowder Street).
Macclenny. Get paid on the spot: bring your scrap gold. silver or platinum:
new. old. unwanted jewelry: broken or unbroken, it doesn't matter: chains.
rings, bracelets, cufflinks, earrings, nuggets, coins, etc. Any questions.
please feel free to call 259-6630. Premier Jewelry & Candle Event: 20",,-
50".. off in-stock items. (Was mistakenly published in last week's edition.
but sale is this Saturday.)


2 BR, 2 BA mobile home for rent, central
heat/air, new tile, 904-571-9228. 6/23p
3 BR, 11 BA doublewide, large family room,
screened-in back porch, $700/month, $400
deposit + first month's rent, service animals
only, 259-4871. 6/23-6/30p
3 BR, 1 BA house with front porch and large
yard. $750/month plus deposit. 259-6849.
6/23p
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home for rent, River
Heights Mobile Home Park, $425/month,
891-4053. 6/23-6/30p
3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on private lot. $400
deposit, $600 rent. Call 904-339-1860.
6/23p
3 BR, 1 BA in Jacksonville on McDuff Av-
enue. $350/month. 904-435-4020, ask for
Nick. 6/23p
3 BR, 2 BA home in Whispering Pines, 2500
sq ft, 3-car garage, hardwood floors, planta-
tion shutters, $1500/month, $1500 security
deposit and $500 pet deposit. Please call
817-821-0291. 6/23p
2 BR, 2 BA mobile home, Georgia Bend
area, $450/month plus security deposit.
904-259-3481. 6/23-6/30p
Baldwin, 2 BR apartment or mobile home
for rent. Located off Yellow Water Road. Call
266-9898 before 6pm. 6/23-6/30p


49 Stansell Ave. in Macclenny

baby swing, TV, VCR, women's
clothing, children's clothing (2-3),
2 antique chairs, love seat


NOW AVAILABLE
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Sat, June 25 @ 10AM 2705 Dolphin Avenue B M.
Ocean View Villas Amela Island / (THREE) 3BR 3 5BA UNITS
Unobstructed Ocean Vies I Beach Access winin 500 hf


REALTY


Brick Stunner!
MLS# 568004- Beautiful home,
fantastic location, country setting, one
acre lot, simply immaculate. 3/2, 1729


sq. ft. in main house, 750 sq. ft. in
guest house which includes full bath and kitchenette. Dog kennel
in rear of fenced area and 24X12 shed, plus many other extras.
Contact Ann Pillsbury withAdvanta Realty at 904.312.3956 to
show. $224,900



1395 Chaffee Road

South, Jacksonville

Watson Realty Corp. REh-ni. *904.772.9800


VACANT LAND-CLEARED - MLS# 559473 - 11 acres
with plenty of privacy and room to roam. Great trees
shade this property; no home owners association,
covenants ordered restrictions. Bring your horses. $64,900
PICTURES AND WORDS WILL NOT DO JUSTICE FOR
THIS HOME AND LAND - MLS# 576581 - 5BR/4.5BA,
2 bonus rooms; 8.24 acres of trees and water, 650 ft
artesian well; irrigation system throughout property; 3.5
cargarage. $520,000
PERFECT LOCATION FOR CONVENIENT STORE-MLS#
562455 - 50.41 acres on exit ramp located off 1-10 and
CR229. All permitsare in place, all acresare usable. Owner
financing available. Purchase all or part. $2,250,000
GREAT BUSINESS POTENTIAL - MLS# 557901 - Zoned
Open Rural. Perfect for horses, cattle, or just enjoying
the beauty as a home place. Property is fenced; 40 acres,
approx. I acre pond. $250,000
SO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN THE COUNTY? - MLS#
580902 - 5-acre lot already cleared and zoned for your
site built dream home or mobile home. Beautiful oak
trees; short walkto St. Mary's Riverfor lazy summer days
you want to spend fishing. $69,900
15 ACRES COMPLETELY CLEARED - MLS# 543540 -
Cleared and grassed for you to build your dream home.
Beautiful country setting. Located on paved road within
minutes from interstate and schools. This will make a
beautiful ranch. $215,500
SANDS POINTE SUBDIVISION - MLS# 539188 -
4BR/2BA on cul de sac lot. 42" cabinets, cathedral
ceilings, garden tub w/sep shower, security system,
irrigation system and much more. $165,000
BEAUTIFUL NEW HOMESITE - MLS# 537180 - Bring
the horses- country living at its best! County maintained
road; perfect place to ride the ATV's and horses. $74,099


CHARMING 2005 BRICK HOUSE - MLS# 543731 -
3BR/2BA/+2,1/2 BA. 2BR/1.5BA in main house. Upstairs
apartment over attached 2 car garage has kit, LR, BR, full
BA. Detached 40x40 3-car garage/workshop w/office, w/
half bath. $240,000
PERFECT FOR TOWNHOMES OR MOBILE HOMES
- MLS# 557398 - .090 acre vacant land in downtown
Macclenny. Walking distance from Keller Intermediate
School. Property can be subdivided. Zoned Residential/
Mobile Home. $99,000
SHOWS LIKE AMODEL-MLS#580668-3BR/2BA, split
BR; formal din rm, breakfast nook, sprinkler system, side
entry garage, over-sized master bath. Convenient to 1-10
and shopping. Everything like new. $189,000
ZONED FOR HORSES - MLS# 575429 - 16.98 acres with
3 wells, power pole and septic. Three side of property
fenced w/barbed wire; front has 3-rail wooden fence.
Zoned for mobile homes. $172,000
GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT PROPERTY - MLS# 555947
- 4BR/2BA on 32 acres. Breathtaking views from every
angle. Fenced/cross-fenced; hay barn and barn with 4
stalls. $1,200,000.
PROPERTYON BOTH SIDES OF CR125-MLS#555974,
555976,555978 - Prime location for commercial growth
in Glen St. Mary. 36.27 acres ready to develop; 20 acres
left of CR 125; 16.27 acres on right. Will sell separately;
preferto sell together. $399,900
HORSE LOVERS-THIS IS YOUR DREAM LOCATION
- MLS# 575392 - 20.02 acres on two divided 10.01 acre
lots. Zoned AG for horses; Green-belted with planted
pines. Perfect for site-built or modular home; no mobile
homes allowed. 17-ft deep pond with well and power
pole. $162,000


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Limited credit, first time home owner
special, 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide starting at
$276.26 per month. Call Cliff 386-719-
5560. 6/9-6/30c


Smoky Mountain cabin, by trout stream,
near Cherokee, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and
Dollywood, $350/week. 386-752-0013.
6/2-7/21p




2500 SF metal building for rent, downtown
Macclenny. Was previously a welding shop,
two offices and a bath room, large workshop,
400 amp. three-phase electrical service,
$750/month, $750 deposit. 259-6546 day,
219-2842 evening. 2/10tfc
Downtown Macclenny, one block from
courthouse, 1280 SF office space divided
into four offices, has two bathrooms and a
reception area. Also has connecting 500 SF
office with bathroom. Rent both for $1300/
month or can divide 1280 SF for 1,000/
month or 500 sf for $500/month - sales tax
not included. Deposit equal to first month
rent required. Call 904-259-6546 or 904-
259-4602 for more information. 4/7tfc
Space for rent, Highway 90, close to City
Hall and Court House, 500 SF with store front,
$400/month, $400 deposit. 259-6546 day,
219-2842 evening. 2/10tfc
Commercial space available, SR 121,1300
SF of retail space $1000/month. Call 259-
9022. 6/24tfc
Crockett Building, Downtown Macclenny.
In business, location and appearance are the
keys to success. Limited number of profes-
sional offices for rent. Conference room use
(included). Also 1500 sq ft space, suitable for
offices, retail or cafe. On US 90, off-street
parking lot. Call 904-237-1288. 6/9-6/23p
Commercial offices and metal building in
downtown Macclenny. 1) 500 sq ft, $500/mo,
2) 1280 sq ft, $1300/mo, 3) metal building
with 400 amp 3ph electric serv, 5000 sq ft,
$800/mo. Deposit equal to first month's rent
required. 259-6546 or 259-4602. 6/23tfc




Drive a little, save a lot, 2010 4 BR, 2V2 BA
32x76, with appliances, air, skirting, steps,
completely set up with five year factory war-
ranty. Only $599 per month WAC. Call 386-
719-5560.Askfor Cliff. 6/9-6/30c
Move to your lot, 1999 Homes of Merit dou-
blewide, 3 BR, 2 BA, den with fireplace, is-
land kitchen, clean, good condition, $19,500.
259-3636 or 305-2852. 6/23-6/30p


Singlewide lovers special, 2 BR,
ing at $155.89 WAC. Call 386-719

Family or friends buying a h
me about it, earn $500. Call Cliff
5641.
Foreclosure, huge 4/2 on 1 ac
down, $599/month, call Jared @
4663 orjm-martin23@yahoo.cor

$8000 on your mobile home 1
shape, 904-772-8031. 6
Foreclosure: 4 BR, 3 AC. Call now
8031. 6


2012 DW, 3 BR, 2 BA, $29,900, delivered to
your property. Call Jared @ 904-259-4663
orjm_martin23@yahoo.com. 6/9-6/30c


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3 BR, 2 BA, remodeled, on V2 acre, $49,900
or $2500 down, $399/month. Call Jared @
904-259-4663 or jm_martin23@yahoo.
com. 6/9-6/30c


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Great location for retail business 1404
SF building currently used as a car lot. No
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Corner lot in excellent business location
on Hwv. 125 S. in Glen St. Mary. $49,900


Corner lot zoned commercial neighbor-
hood on Hwy. 121 North. (Adjoining
property available if needed) $79,900
Excellent corner for business. .92 acre
locatedonUS Hwy. 90 zonedcommercial
general. $219,900
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SPECIAL EXCEPTION NOTICE

G & I Developers LLC & Rock Contractors, Inc. are re-
questing a Special Exception at 409 West Macclenny
Avenue, Macclenny, Florida. The property is currently
zoned Commercial General. The purpose of the Spe-
cial Exception is to change the building from a storage
warehouse to an auto mechanic shop.

Charles &Tina Anderson are requesting a Special Ex-
ception for the property located at 698 W. Macclenny
Avenue for the purpose of opening a game room. This
property is zoned Commercial General. There will be
no alcohol, gambling or internet games.

Any support or objections may be heard at the Zon-
ing Adjustment Board meeting on Wednesday, July 6,
2011 at 6:00 at City Hall, 118 E. Macclenny Avenue.

Roger Yarborough
Building & Zoning Coordinator


HORSE FARM

with 10 acre pasture. New red

barn with 8 horse stalls and

large tack room with


4 BR,2 Full BA

New CH/A, refrigerator and

stove, new carpet!

All dry land with hundreds of

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with reasonable down payment.


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SPORTS


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16
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SPORTS NOTICE SUBMISSIONS CONTACT US
We welcome your sports submissions for youth league, traveling league or individual athletic achievements. By phone at 904.259.2400 or by fax at 904.259.6502. You can stop by our office located at 104 S. Fifth Street,
The paper reserves the right to publish submissions. It is requested that all news items be typed or emailed to Macclenny, FL or mail your submission to PO Box 598, Macclenny, FL 32063.
insure accuracy in print. We are available online at www.bakercountypress.com


Bullets soak Arlington


Summer is here and some se-
rious laps are being clocked off
at the YMCA pool in Macclenny.
The Baker County Bullets swim
team is hard at work getting
ready for a full season of compe-
tition.
The Bullets have been practic-
ing for several weeks and it paid
off as they performed very well in
their first meet of the season this
weekend against the Arlington
River Fins.
Fifty-seven swimmers com-
peted, 38 from the Bullets and 19
from the Fins. The Bullets looked
very strong, winning all but two
of the events. Kim Nelson con-
tinued to swim well in her second
season, beating the top competi-
tion the Fins had to offer.
Braeden and Ethan Knight
continued their domination from
last year's championship meet,
winning all their events. Cory
Campbell was lacking any com-
petition until he convinced the
coach from the other team and
some former teammates who are
lifeguards to race him in the final


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Ethan Knight competes in the 50 yard breaststroke Saturday.


event.
"This year we are fortunate
to be hosting three meets at our
wonderful facility," said Coach
Andy Johnston. "I was especially
proud of the kids who were eight
or younger who competed in
their first meet ever. Their con-
fidence is a tribute to the hard
work put in by coaches Alice Os-
wald and Trevor Nelson."


All meets are free and open to
the public. This Saturday the Bul-
lets will host the two-time reign-
ing First Coast YMCA champs the
McArthur Sailfish. The team will
bring nearly 200 swimmers to
the Baker County Family YMCA
pool and should provide the Bul-
lets with an excellent measuring
stick.


Baseball, grid camps at BCHS


There's a lot going on at the Baker
High School campus during the sum-
mer break, including a baseball camp
in full swing with Coach Fred Matri-
cardi teaching the fundamentals and
some special skills to about 30 enthu- t
siastic young baseball players.
While the young campers prac-
tice their hitting, fielding and pitch-
ing a few yards away, the Wildcat
football team works on conditioning
at the sand pit.
The sand pit is a new addition
to the workout regimen. It was
just added to the practice field and
Coach Ryan Sulkowski and his staff Campers drill on
are putting it to good use. The 50- off technique
foot pit is filled with soft sand and
Sulkowski has the players doing a variety of work-
outs to build leg muscles, agility and coordination.
They run in place, then run wind sprints with


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sand flying up in sheets. They then
... , do standing broad jumps from one
.- --. end to the next. It is a taxing exer-
1.. I J cise to build stamina as the sum-
mer progresses.
Coach Sulkowski is in the plan-
ning stages for his summer football
camp in July. The Baker County
Junior Wildcat Football Camp
S will take place July 25-28, open to
all athletes entering first through
eighth grade 200s in the fall of 2011.
It runs daily from 7:30 to noon.
Cost of the camp is $1oo, but
a discounted rate of $85 is avail-
cond base lead- able for those who pre-register
t BCHS field. prior to Friday July 1. Multi-family
discounts are also available. In-
terested campers should email Coach Sulkowski
for camp registration and payment information at
HYPERLINK "mailto:ryan.sulkowski@baker.kl2.


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Oops! Shark cheerleader's name was omitted
Last week's article on the Jacksonville Sharks arena football team ne-
glected to mention that Ashley Rhoden of Macclenny is also a member
of the cheerleading squad.
The daughter of Pat and Amos Rhoden of Macclenny, Ashley is em-
ployed as a nuclear medicine technician at a cardiology clinic in Jack-
sonville.


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