Gilchrist County journal


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Gilchrist County journal
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Thetis F. Fisher
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Trenton Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Began in 1933.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).

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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for, over 82 Years

207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693

Vol.82 o. 1 Phne (52)463-135- Fa (32) 43-793,$22.00 A Year In Tn-County Area (Gilchrist, Vol 8 -No 1 Pon (52 46-735* ax(32)46-793 Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, August 30, 2012 Price W Ofxi Lonies $32.0 00 O therra

Central Florid a Electric Coo-op

'U:'wil opnnwofce Sept. 10
Central Florida Electric Cooperative, Inc., is in the process of
moving into their new main office
location and it will be open to serve
members beginning on September
10, 2012. Until that time, the main
office located on Highway 19 will
continue to be open for all electric
power business as will the drivethru located behind Hardees' Restaurant.
The new main office building,
The Batson home is located at 110 NWA/2nd Street in Trenton. located on County Road 321 near
the CFEC Operations Warehouse,

se llsis a culmination of many years of
BatsonL hou ste s ls year of actual construction. '
The Board of Trustees, management and staff consider this a big
move forward to serve members
at auction for $26K more efficiently, effectively and 4
succssfuly.tion for its operations than ever beBy Carrie A. Mizell Douglas Davis, who reportedly Board of Trustees President, fore," Mikell says.
The Internal Revenue Service stopped paying property taxes on the Randy Mikell, explains the deci- An open house event for CFEC auctioned off a Trenton home once property in 2010. sion to build a new main office. members will be scheduled in the fu- NEW~O
owned by Jim and Mary Batson last ,Some 25 people milled about the "The increase in membership ture. FORCFECm
week for $26,000. front of the home on. Wednesday, and in the number of employees re- However, members are invited to FRCE
The 2,109 square foot home, which Aug. 24, leading up to the auction. q0rdt4ev u emes lsatn h Ana etn fMm
sits on a corner lot fronting state A minimum price of $6,000 was the changes in technology avail- bers on October 6, 2012, begin- C
Roa 26in renon as epotedy et n te popetytheaucioner able to serve members better is a ning at 8:00 a.m., at the Operations sod to R.C Coenson anneprelystouncte prioprt, the sartinte large part of why a new main of- Warehouse in Chiefland, where there
solto prR.. o peyreo rds, nblink eofpanoeye, the proprty ndh fice building was needed. The new will be entertainment, informational
According mai officet building alsok prvie boons the, copehtv business sesthe property was owned by James home were sold to R.C. Colson for CFCa it morfi e urianeo protie- bosio and dooprstivebnes way.E
William Baston Jr. and Clarke $26,000. .FCwt oehriaepoe-so n orpie ie wy Chiefiand High School Chiafand Farm Supply

Pancake breakfast Will benefit

military families

By Camre A. Mizell bers and their families a comfortable Trauma Institute.
The Spring Ridge Volunteer Fire living situation during treatment for According to Patti Fabiam, execuDepartment will hold a pancake traumatic, war-related medical cri- 'tive director of the Gainesville Fisher
~.breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 1, to ses. House Foundation, more than 3 1,000
benefit men and women serving in In most cases, the service members service men and women wounded or
the United States military and their are being treated far from home and injured in Iraq or Afghanistan need families, their stays are lengthy due to the se- help.
Pancakes will be served from 7 verity of injury or illness. "A 'Thiank you for your service'
a.m. to 10 a.m. at the fire department, The Fisher House provides a home is no longer enough," Fabiani said. which is located at 5600 NE County away from home with 20 accessible "Give thanks and get involved." Road 340, in High Springs (north suites at its Gainesville location. The On Saturday, Sept. 1, Gilchrist isGilchrist County). Fisher House serves as a refuge to County citizens will have a chance
at''All proceeds from the pancake veterans, military members and their to take pride in their country, and
breakfast will go to the Malcom families in 52 counties in the North say thank you to the young men and

House. gion, along with others from around the freedoms we enjoy, by attending
Built by generous public donations, the country who may come for spe- the Spring Ridge Volunteer Fire Dethe Fisher House offers s ervice mem- ciality services., such as the Brain partment's Pancake Breakfast.

Matthews Family Z
Matthews Family Reunion to be
-held at Hart Springs on Labor Day, September 3rd. Business meeting
will begin at noon and lunch will be
served immediately thereafter. Bring
your family and their favorite dishes
and drinks andjoin in the fun. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

~ ~ Class of 1952 of
CAYPFC Michael Allen Bell High School

I find that staying at home tends have to have a business license to op- C elebration The Class of 1952 of Bell High
to make me less informed about rate a 'cottage food operation out of School will be having their annual
some important changes than when I your home. I have not checked with plan ne reunion on September, 1, 2012, at
worked at the Journal everyday. the City of Trenton or the Town of ne for Akins Bar-B-Q in Bell. We will meet
Well, these changes are important Bell to see what their regulations are, at 5:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome.
to those of us who love to cook, bake you could need a city license. For information call 386-935-0419.
or put up jelly. It seems that during For more information you can go P F C ,All"en____the 2011 Legislative Session, the to (Bob
Florida Legislature enacted a bill that or call (850) 245-5520. Jim and Cheryl Allen are proud to Robert F. ob)
will allow Florida residents to have a I know sy many talented folks right announce the graduation of their son, Pridgeon Family cottage food business in their home here in our home county who can PFC Matthew Allen of the US Army. PFa kitchens. I have to say if this is what open a new cottage food operation Matt will be graduating on August 3 1 Reunion our folks in Tallahassee call "less that will benefit their families. Dur- at Eglin Air Force Base as an Army regulations," I'm all for it. ing these tough economic times this EOD Technician. The Robert F. (Bob) Pridgeon
For several years as a young wife new law will really help out some Family and friends -of. Matt will Family Reunion will be held at Hart J I baked birthday cakes and wedding families. I thank the law makers for honor him September 1st from 6 to'9 Springs Pavillion A on September cakes from my home kitchen. It was their decision to pass this law. p.m. at the Allens' home in Bell. All 15th. We will have lunch at 1 p.m. a way for our family to have a little The following recipe is really family and friends are welcome. Tell all your friends and relatives extra money. Back in the mid-80s good; how could anything with ba- Matt will be stationed at Fort to come! Please bring your favorite 'J
like most young couples we earned con, mushrooms and whipping cream Campbell, Kentucky before he goes food. See you there! enough to. get by, but not enough to be bad? to Afganistan.
do fun things with like take a trip tocRoberts Disney or buy new bikes at Christ- -V F m l
mas time. So, looking for a way to 2 fl 4Z a q S zTOc a ls
earn extra income while working five The Roberts Family Reunion will
days a week and raising two young Happy Birthday wishes to Terri be held Saturday, Sept. 1,2012. We'll Jessie Michael Lee
children I turned to baking. Tompkins on August 30th; to Renee meet at the Bell Community Center. Patck and Brttany Perkins of Jessie Hugh Lee, and Edward and
singer wed c e a earsmonth or so 1 8-ounce package of fresh button Brown, Pat Schubert, Jason Waters, We ask family and friends to join us Trenton are proud to announce the Mary Akin of Somerset, Kentucky.' ing one wedding cake a mTiffany Smith, and Melvalee Philman for a "day of fun." birth of their son, Jessie. Michael Lee His maternal great-great-grandparand a couple of birthday cakes a week mushrooms on August 31 st; to Dale Pinky Jones Ice and paper products will be fur- Perkins. ents are Lomer and Delma Rogers of
and then someone informed me that I 2 garlic cloves, minced and Emily Quincey on September lst; nished. Lunch will be at 12:30. Jessie wag born on July 31, 2012, Trenton.
had to have a separate kitchen in an- 1/4 cup bell pepper, chopped to Doug Beach, Albert Elmore, Gwen at 8:17 a.m. at The Family -Birth Jessie's paternal grandparents are
other building to bake in and it had to 1/4 cup chopped sweet onion C. Clifton, and .Caleb Rodriquez on Br nt at am.t E a m Bth Jesse'swateralegandarent ar e
be inspected. Boy, was I surprised. 1 pound package of penne pasta, September 2nd; to Mles Bradlea Place at Saint Elizabeth in Edgewood Joe and Dawn Perkins of Burlington
Once I looked into going "legal" I cooked in salted water Gary Templeton, Stanley Trump, Ja- Kentucky. He weighed 7 pounds 10 Kentucky. His paternal great-grandout~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ thttesatuLotad34cpgae amsnces a epeoSalyTup a ounces and measured 21 inches mn parents are Arnold and Martha Rob-'
found out that the start up cost and 3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese van Grant, and Brent Owens on Sep- The reunion will be held on Sep- length. inson of Burlington, Kentucky and:
all the hoops that had to be jumped 2 cups whipping cream tember 3rd; to Carl Rehberg and Ted tember 8th, at Priscilla Baptist Church Jessie's maternal grandparents Charles and Joyce Perkins of Sun,
through were just too expensive, 1/2 teaspoon black pepper Vernon on September 4th; to Donald Fellowship Hall. Tea and paper goods are Tim and Lorrie Akin of Trenton. City. He also has a paternal great-,
and frankly, I thought rather silly. It Salt to taste Smith, Salley Martin, Jacki Johnson, will be furnished. For more informa- His maternal great-grandparents are great grandmother, Anna Mae McKturned out if you lived in Georgia, Shannon Wells, and Linda Waters on tion please call, 352-463-0522. Mary Ann Lee of Trenton and the late night of Erlanger, Kentucky.
or many other states, you could sell Cook bacon in frying pan until done. September 5th. baked goods from home but not in Remove bacon and save 2 to 3 table- Happy Anniversary wishes to Mr. Florida. I decided that it was a good sp6ons of drippings in the pan. Slice And Mrs. D. Ray Harrison Jr. on idea to give up my baking operation mushrooms and cook in bacon drip- August 30th; to James and Natalie R recorded M
before I got in trouble. pings with garlic, bell pepper and Kitlen; to Ralph and Armilla Sims
A friend sent me the following info onion until tender. Stir in Parmesan, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bivens on Sep- Bradley Christian Denham, Boyette, 1/19/1987, both of Bell.
from the Florida Department of Ag- whipping cream, and pasta. Let cook tember 3rd; to Mr. and Mrs. Pee Wee 3/12/1993, of Trenton, and PaulaAnn Michael Timothy Lee, 1/10/1964, riculture about the cottage food law. for two minutes then add pepper and Smith on September 5th. W / 3/1992, of ell and M ellaie Ree Durrace,4
Cottage food operations require no li- salt. Continue to cook over medium Walls, 7/3/1992, of Bell. and Meanie Renae Durrance
cense or permit from the state and are heat until cream sauce begins to
no inspected by any state govern- thicken. Stir in bacon and serve hot. 4/26/1964, and Julie Melissa Chrisp,
mnt'entit:Ot6gs sales from ast--'Make 8 to-10 servings=, Notes For -...... aOU 8130/1975, both of Trenton.
tage food operation can not exceed a small family you may halve this Jeremy Wayne Edmonds, 9/1/1988,riage
$15,00 ann canly iducts must be' Me6eie." The Suwannee Rmver Frends ot and Tiffany Ann Crews,, I0J6-1 4
both of Bell.
sold directly from the maker to the NRA takes this opportunity to thank James Francis Kempisty,
customer. Sales by internet, mail or- all the attendees, sponsors, donors 7/27/1960, and Debra Faith Fedor,
der or consignment or at wholesale aod s nd underwriters who supported our 7/29/1959, both of Trenton. Justin Ashley Law, 5/12/1967,
areeprohibited.tftndrbisingieventeonnJuly,26,92012.tJames Ora Bacom, 2/20/1956, and and Kimberly Jeanne Shattuck,
this was our Eleventh Annual event Heather Amber Cave, 5/15/1976, 3/25/1972, both of Trenton. proper labeling and a few other sim- and was, by far, the most successful both of Trenton. Murray E. Sapp, 8/3/1955, and Happy 84th Birthday;DK
ple rules that are to be followed but, o ne we have had. With over 325 at- Christopher Michael Long, Sr., Mary Alice Harris, 12/21/1952, both September 2, 2012
truthfully it seems pretty simple. tendees and their generosity, we were 3/27/1986, and Felicia Elizabeth of Alachua.,
The recommended food for a cot- aable to attain the status of being a tage foot operation are loaf breads, "High Caliber" club once again. This
rolls, biscuits, cakes, pastries, and status places this event here in Tren- The Historical Society Invites YOU!
cookies. Also you ,can make and sell bq ton in the top five of over 40 events
candies, confections, fruit pies, jams, like this one in the state of Florida. The Gilchrist County Historical Society and the Veterans Service Office
jellies, and preserves, along with Again, thanks to all who supported
dried fruits, dried herbs' seasonings the event. invite you to attend the 2012 Veterans Day Parade on Monday, November
and mixtures, homemade pasta, cere- Last Friday, The monies raised at this event, and 12, 2012, at 10 AM. This year's parade will be held in the Town of Bell.
als, trail mixes, granola, coated or un- Gilchrist 4-H held those like it, go to support the shootcoated nuts, vinegar and flavored vin- its end of the year ing sports. Grants from the Florida As in the past, lunch will be provided at the Bell Community Center startegars, popcorn, and popcorn balls. awards banquet at State Fund Committee provide
Things you are not allowed to Otter Springs, to funds for education and safety train- ing at 11:30 AM.
produce in a cottage food operation congratulate and ing, range improvements, 4H, Boy
are meat products, canned fruit, veg- award all the 4-H'ers for their hard Scouts, JROTC and other organiza- All participants who wish toenter a float or participate in the etables, vegetable butters, salsa, fish work throughout the year. tions with shooting programs. One need to complete a participant form available at the Veterans Service
or shellfish products, canned pickled We also gave out a very special of the major programs supported is products such as corn relish, pickles award cald"4-H'er of the Year." the "Eddie Eagle Gun Safe" program Offlice in Trenton, the Town of Bell Town Hall and/or request one via
or sauerkraut. Also not allowed are This award was given to three indi- that is taught to young children. It's ocey cmp td
raw seed sprouts, bakery goods that viduals for their effort and participa- simple message is that, if you see a email at historicalsoit 11 @y~ahoo com all forms need to beco pe d
require refrigeration such as cream, tion all year. A plaque went to J.W. firearm, "STOP, DON'T TOUCHb 4A1'
or custard and baked items which' Ripley, Junior Division; Hannah LEAVE THE AREA AND TELL AN and returned byOctober 31.~, 2012 use cream cheese or meringue. Also Turner, Intermediate Division, and ADULT." It works. Many accidents no milk or dairy products, includ- Emi Jones, Senior Division. have beeh prevented by these simple
ing cheeses and yogurt, are allowed, We also had a candlelight initiation words. Junk Email
There are a few more on the not al- *service for our new County Council Our Twelfth annual event will be (Kent Heaton)
lowed list including barbeque sauces officers and gave out a "thank you" held, as usual, on the last Thursday __________________________________and dog treats. belt buckle to Chandler Beach. night in July. Seldom in the confusing history of man has there been a and bring peace through the understanding of the -world
You are allowed to sell your prod- I would 'say it has been a great year, Thanks again, time when we receive everything we need at the right time about him.
ucts from your home, farmer's mar- so let's keep making the best better! Patty Galyean and in the right way. No matter the invention of man there "Oh, how I love Your law! It is my meditation all the day
kets and roadside stands. I checked Spencer Hewitt Committee Chair, is always the ingenious person who wants to antagonize You, through Your commandments, make me wiser than
and in Gilchrist County you do not Suwannee River Friends of NRA the masses with a flood (rivaled only to the great flood of my enemies; for they, are ever with me. I have more
Noah's day) of unnecessary and useless junk. The days of uniderstandinlg that all myl teachers, for Your testimonies Gilchrist County Journal Busy Be' 4-H Club Junk mail (snail mail) have now turned into the days of are my meditation. 1 understand more than the ancients
USPS 18620. Its tat ime f yar gainto oin junk email. Unsolicited, unwanted, undesired, offensive on because I keep Your precepts. I have restrained my' feet
USPS218620It' tht tme o yer aainto oin occasion and totally useless messages fill the box intended from every evil way, that I may keep Your word. I have not
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY the Busy Bee's 4-H Club. We have for work, leisure and fun. Junk email is the continued departed from Your judgments, for You Yourself have
IN GILCHRIST COUNTY, 207 N. MVAIN lots of exciting activities planned for expression of man's pursuit of the trivial mess that clutters taught me. Hlow sweet are Your words to my taste, sweeter
TRENTON, FLORIDA each of you to enjoy. Our "Get Ac- uiP his life in general. than 'honey' to nmy mouth! Through Your precepts I get
Less than 75% advertising quainter meeting" will be Saturday, It would seem unbelievable to live in a world where the understanding; therefore I hate every false way. Your
We reserve the right to shorten articles, letters, *Sept. 8th, at 9:00 am. It will be held only thing you receive is what you need. Further, what you word is a lamp to ny'feet and a light to mny path" (Psalms
etc. and delete any part or leave out in its entirety at the 4-H Club House in Trenton receive is beyond your expectations and this storehouse of 119:97-105).
if we judge such to be offensive. (across from the Library). We en- information will never run out literally. Nothing will ever The Bible has everything man needs. He learns where he
SUBSCRIPTION RATES coj.rage boys and girls (ages 5 18) be given that is not needed and what is given is needed came from, why he is here and where he is going. Answers
$22.00 A Year In Tri-County Area to come join us for this fun morning, more than the recipient can appreciate. This unexpected to' life are found in dealing with family, friends, neighbors.
$28.00 All Other Areas In Florida $32 Out Of State We invite all who are interested in knowledge has been around tfor thousands of years. Today countrymen, occupation and enemies. These answers are sewing, cooking, and crafts. Parents it contains over sixty books of information writing by. men not the myriad of junk philosophies touted by man as JOHN iWIN AYERS II are encouraged to come to see what spanning 1500 years who lived in different cultures, wisdom. This wisdom comes from God (James 3:17).
EDITOR, PUBLISHER AND OWNER .your 4-H'ers will be doing this year. walked in diverse manners of life and most of the authors Lessons from the Bible are timeless crossing all cultures
CARRE Y RSMLZELAt this time we'll let you know what never knew one another. And not one page contains junk! and spanning the scope of every generation of man. It has
CAR IE YER MIELLprojects we will be doing. Space is "All ScriptUre is breathed out by God antd profitable for remained true to the formn given to it by the masterful hand
ASSOCIATE EDITOR available for all young people to en- teaching, for reproof for correction, and for training ini of its author and protector (Hebrews 4:12-13).
joy. We will be discussing "Fashion righteousness, that the mnan of God may be competent, Unique of the Bible is the freshness of character seen in Cindy Jo Ayers, Mark Schuler, Aleta Sheffield, Revue, Scarecrow displays, Christ- equipped for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17 ESV). men who had faults and yet overcame them to greater
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Entered as Periodicals at the Post Office at Trenton, ward to seeing our regular 4-H stu- nobler in character, true to principles of a higher attitude (Jleremiah 8:9; 1 Corinthians 1:18-31).
Florida, under the act of March 3, 1879. dents coming back and meeting our
POSTMAsTER Please Send Address Change To: new 4-H'ers. Please contact Ms. Trenton Church of Christ
Gilchrist County Journal, 207 N. Main Street, Anna at 214-4807 for more informa- 463-3"793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
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_________________________________________________ tension office at 463-3174. ___________________________________________


Letter to the
I was recently at Hart Springs and
noticed a lot of changes at the park. Dae High Low High Low
Iam not sure if this was for better orTliV .6 t.095f.389t018f.
worse. The springs looked normal af- Tu310f.095f.389f.0 8 t
ter flooding. I grew up 2 miles from Au3,220A 76 M 1:1P 840M
the springs so I know this is normal. IFri3.285 ft. 0.731 ft. 70It0.3f.
What surprised me was that there AAug 31, 12 2:33 AM 8:39 AM 2:25 PM 9:12PM
was no swimmers there. Thr eeSat 3.376 ft. 0.53Yft. 3.7071ft. 0. 529 ft.
a couple of cars other than those that
for the reunion. Yes, it was a cloudy, Sep 1, 12 3:00 AM 9: 18 AM 3:05 PM 9:42 PM
rainy day. When I was growing up the Sun 372 ft. 0.446 ft. 3.55 t. 0. 740 t.
springs was full of people everyday Sep 2,12 3:25 AM.9:55 AM 3:44PM 10: 10PM
even on cloudy, rainy days. Is the parkr'____charging too much money for admis- Mon 3.49 1 ft. 0.405 ft. 3.767 f. 0.951Tft.
sion per person? Is this reason for no Sep 3, 12 3:50 AM 10:31 AM 4:22 PM 10:37.PM
one there? I remember when my Un- '~Tue 357t .2 .314t 7SIt
cle Ned and Aunt Lettie Boyette ran 3.5 S 12 41 AM 0107 AM 16 5:2P 1.1:5 PM
the park, it was packed everyday, all e41 4:6M :0A 5*2 1:5P
day. Is the springs a county-run park Children at Kathy's All Things Learning Center are shown,front row~fror left: Lily T, DannyadRci Wed 3.5151ft 0.492 t. 2.929 i. 1.348 t. or a state park? Putting a volleyball B., Matthew S., Derickson, B., Frankie R., Jaiden L., Delaney S., Melonie P., Janice N., and Kendall H. Sep 5, 12 4:44 AM, 11:45 AM,5:44 PM, 11:34 PM court is a good idea for the older chil- Back Row; Kaleb M., Elliot S., Makenna T, Sabrina H., Charity A., Heidi C., Ronnie Lynn W, Tiffany Ful Moon: 8/3 1 9:59 AM dren. If the small playground area for H., Selina H., Ms. Cassie, teacher and Ms. Lula, who walked with the group. younger children had a water slide
this should attract more children. ~Wa5 m rpo rm e d w t i- y n B

fo the oteridayns juGlcst ntdy The children in the Summer Program at Kathy's All Things finished off the summer by tie-dying T-shirts to wear or. Richard KAI W~agner then one would wonder how many on a trip to Akins BBQ for lunch. BOARD CERTIFIED OPTOMETRIST
off days they have. Mrs. Linda Campbell who has taught at the center since it opened in 1996,.retired at the beginning of August. She 218 N. MAIN STREET (U.S. 19) CHIEFLAND, FL 32626
John, here is another thought. Why was invited to join them for lunch since she had most of them in class at one time or another. does it cost $4.00 per person? If youCl a uSe t
have a family of 5 that is $20.00 perSuw DUTI
everyday, that amount puts a HUGH CjnQ1
whole in the budget. If they cut out Submitted advance)..n~I;r..A~SA
the charge maybe the springs would Pure Water Wilderness will be con- If you have a motor boat we need spring back to life. I know it costs ducting their 4th Annual Suwannee help with all locations from Hart. money to operate the springs, maybe River Clean-poSaudySetSrigtoHnnLnig.* 352-493-448
more than it did when Uncle Ned op- 22, 2012, 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Land-lovers are also needed to erated it, but who gets the proceeds? Two start locations: Hart Springs h~lp with launching canoes at Hart & -N W
It is just upsetting and I knew YOU to Shingles Landing and Suwannee Suwannee Gables Motel, set-.up and er. Wgner Accepting Medicaid )Katie Hodge
would understand. Gables Motel to Hinton Landing. serve lunch at Hinton Landing OPTOMETRIST OFFICE MANAGER
Lunch will be served at Hinton This is a free event including the caJust a concerned former and future Landing. noes sponsored by Suiwannee Guides -Same or Next-Day Appointments Available
resident of Gilchrist County. Limited number of canoes are & Outfitters and Hart Springs. T-shirt & cooler bag. Chance to win' Blue Cross & Blue Sh ield/PPC and Medicare Provider
Sharon Boyette Galant available for each location. (Must Lunch will be provided sponsored door prizes.NE &PRVO S AT NSWE OM
Neptune Beach, Florida call (352) 463-3467 and reserve in by the Chiefland Rotary Club. Free REGISTER NOW!.W&PEIU PTE T EC M
__________________________________________________________________ Fun times cleaning our beautifulW river!
Elect United for Excellence!

ChristieA big "'Thank you" to all of you that voted for and supported me over the last few months in my campaign for Gilchrist County Commissioner, District 5. Even though we were not successful in winning
cS this contest, we were successful in getting information out. to the public
for about what is going on in our county government and in Gilchrist
SUPRITEN EN County in general.
of Glchrst ount Sch olsGilchrist County is a beautiful place to live and we must still be alert to the degradation of our natural resources, including. our, air and
Christie McElroy will represent: water. just because "Dog Days" are here, and we are getting rain does
not mean that our aquifer has recovered. How many of our lakes and
~ Al stdent-BE L an TR NTON sch olsponds still exist? My opponent was correct about "big" farming being
E~r ll tud nts-ELLandTREN ON cho lshere to stay. Industrialized farming is sweeping the small and. family
farms into the pages of history. Their bottom line is the dollar. We Ei All parents-BELL and TRENTON schools must hold our elected officials accountable for preserving our piece of
Old Florida.
Eif' All School Board employees-BELL and C6ngratulations to Mr. Thomas on a great campaign and victory, It is
now time to join ranks with our county officials to keep Gilchrist TRENTON schools County a great place to live and raise a family.
-Buddy Vickers
W All of Gilchrist County-BELL, FANNING


I will be a Superintendent representing ALL students, parents, ***nosdb oieBnvln soito
employees and Gilchrist County residents. My philosophy isNainlRfeAscton-G de Q
somewhat simple; I'm committed to lead with dignity and respect


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Gilchrist County Commissioner THANK YOU!9
To The Voters of Gilchrist County:

D istrict 3 1 would like to thank my family,. my friends, and my supporters for all of
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"ii" *Proven Leadership "T a kmy campaign for Gilchrist County Court Judge. Thank you each and
10*~~I~an y Comite uit every one for al[ that you did and for all of your hard work!
Thanks to all who turned out and supported my candidacy for Gilchrist County Commissioner (Dist. 3) 1 am extremely proud that we received over forty-nine percent, or just during the primary'election, now on to the general election where I will need, your continued. support! If short of one-half, of the total votes that were cast, fallIingz short in the end you are undecided on your selection for this position, I would encourage you to give me a call to discuss byol,.few votes. Because it wa s cle, the lcto qt' hav
where I stand on the issues facing our conytdy iltl o htlavo eested'if filling oyol ~..... ocoe h lci v
position, and having a fancy title. My interest is to serve the citizens of Gilchrist County by providing easily gone our way. I ran my campaign in the s me manner that I try to strong leadership as we continue to plan for the future of this county we all call home. In business, I have lv ylfadta swt ooitgiy n epc o h epe
been making the tough decisions for years. As your County Commissioner, I will do my best to listen to the people and make the decisions that are best for the whole of the county. Thanks again for your I hope that you feel that we upheld. these principles. continued consideration and support. Thank you again for all of the many kindnesses you have shown to me
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...tary School Auditorium located at A free 3D Archery Tournament Night on Friday, Sept. 7th starting
"SR. 349 and CR 55A. Big Cypress will be held at Bethel Baptist Church with refreshments at 6:30 p.m. and A, Bluegrass will be performing. The on September 1 at 3 p.m. the service at 7:30 p.m. These are
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The Trenton High School varsity football team is pictured, front row, left to right: Cedric Stokes, Jonathan Smith, Clint Lee, Coach Andrew Thomas, Breon Sims, Hunter Parrish, and Torrez Brown. Second rowo: Coach Stephen Welbers, Melvin Adams, Brooks Martin, Hamp Cheevers, Brandon Lovelace, Anthony Milito, Asa Maragoni, and Coach Toney Sulhivan.. Third row: Randy Fuller," Tre McCleese, Chad Brooks, Steven Bass, Michael Smith, Kenny Deen, and Billy McKeefrey. Fourth row: Stephon Griggs, Kade Rogers, Stephen Smith, Lane Langford, Nic Higginbothom, Austin Jennings, and Brooks Parrish. Fifth row: Coach Mike Sauls, Jamie Mower, Brandon Worley, Jacquez Powell, Jacob Gamble, Tyler Sauls, and Coach Terry Parrish.
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Aug. 31 Lafayette County Home perspective on the season:#NaePsto Grd
Sept. 7 Branfford Away Number of Tiger players: 26
Sept. 14 Bishop Snyder Home Number of seniors: 6 1 Stephen Smith QB, CB Jr.
Sept. 21 Bell Away Record last season: 10-0 in 2 Hunter Parrish WB, LB "Sr.
Oct. 5 Bronson(Homecoming) Home the regular season. The Tigers 3 Melvin Adams RB, LB Jr.
Oct. 12 "Dixie County Home ere the district chamnpibus and 4 Cedric Stokes RB, S. S .
Oct. 19 ,PK Yonge ...Away nriade it to theeed round of, 5 Hamp Ch 'e'ris'' T" i th on'CB Fr.
Oct. 26 Hilliard (Senior Night) Home play-offs before being defeated 6 Randy Fuller FB, LB 7th
Nov. 2 Hawthorne Away by Jefferson County.a

S10 Jacquez Powell FB, ILB Jr.

All games begin at 7:30 p.m. 11 K D RB OLB Jr
Coach Andrew Thomas In the Preseason Classic last en e
Friday night, the Tigers de- 12 Michael Smith QB, DB 8th
i 'feated Hamilton County 27- 18 Torrez Brown RB, DB Sr.
M i 14. How are you feeling about 20 Asa Maragoni RB, C So
the regular season, after win- 21 Kade Rogers WB, DE Fr.
Rning the Preseason Classic? 25 Nic Higginbotham WR, DE Jr.
~"I'm feeling good about it. 30 Breon Sims TE, MLB Sr.
We were up 27-0 with all the 33 Brooks Parish TE, OLB So.
varsity players in," Thomas 34 Tre McCleese RB, OLB Fr.
gsaid. "I think we pretty much 44 Chad Brooks WR, DL Jr.

controlled#the whole game." 45 Billy McKeefrey RB, LB 8th
Sept. 7 Branfou Awy Nu50 Tyler Sauls OG, DE Jr.
players to watch this season? 1 Stee OG, CB Jr.
Senior Cedric Stokes, RB, is 55 Jacob Gamble OG, LB So.
our leading rusher. QB Stephen 60 Anthony Costello O, DL Jr.
Smith is coming back, along 62 Josh Young OT, DT Jr.
with most of our offensive 64 Lane Langford OG, DE So.
line. I'm expecting a lot out 65 Ryan Matthews C, DT So.
of Kenny Deen, Torrez Brown 71 Steven Bass OT, DT Jr.
and Hamp Cheevers. 72 Brandon Lovelace OL, DE So.
S73 Anthony Milito C, DT So.

Seniors are shown from left to right: Cedric Stokes, Jonathan Smith, Breon Sims, Hunter Parrish, Torrez Overall expectations for the 75 Austin Jennings OT, DT So. Brown and Clint Lee. .2012 season: 85 Brooks Martin WB, CB Fr.
"Our primary goal is to win

the district championship
and make it to the playoffs." thore or Hilliard. Alm gatSo
SThomas said. The Tigers are a Biggest rival:

::,lot better on defense this sea- "Bell," Thomas said, with no Ou ton'od
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What area does the team
need to improve on? What do you hope the play- Far surpassing

"We're young in secondary ers will learn, while playing wealth unspoken
Iand lack a little depth across the football on your team, that Sealed by friendship's tie Boardd,. Thomas said. "Tren- will help them throughout

ton's a typical small school." their life? Alma Mater, Alma Mater
"The core values we stand by Deep-graven on each heart
Top 3 teams the Tigers will are THD," Thomas explained. Shall be found
ii i face this season: "Toughness. Hardwork and unwavering true '
Trenton Tigers coaches are shown left to right, Pat Green, Terry Parrish, Lyle Wilkerson, Mike Sauls, Head Mayo, Dixie and the third DiScipline. We focus on that When we from life Coach Andrew Thomas, Tony Sullivan, Randy Fuller, and Stephen Welbers. 'one is up mn the air, either Haw- every day at practice." shall part
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The Bell High School varsity football team is pictured, front row, left to right: Laz Ramirez, Jacob Floyd, Travis Bryant, James Oslager, Hunter Langford, Wade Barnes, David Hernandez, Randy Oslager, William joiner, Garrett Brady, and Brian Downs. Middle row, Daniel Bryant, fared Boyette, Daniel Cobb, Matt Moore, Donnie Mathis, Bruce Thomas, Colby Whitby, Austin Aderholt, Jason Falk, Christian Whiting, Matt Harrell, Xavier Carranza, Jimmie Buckler and Head Coach Adam Gore. Back row, Coach Rick Carnley, Coach Brian Gore, Dylan Ritchey, Zach Diehl, John Trusell, Kevin Contanza, Austin Ritchey, Thomas Waldron, Bobby Fowler, Justin Terry, Josh Tablonski, Austin Thomas, Coach Mike Moore and Coach Nathan McArdle.
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Aug. 31 Aucilla Christian Home
Sept. 7 Lafayette Away "61 1l ubr fBldgpaes # Name "Position Grade
Sept. 14 St. John Lutheran Home 32n Nmero ulogpaes
Sept. 21 Trenton Home ,Number of seniors: I11 1 James Oslager FB/LB' Jr.
Sept. 28 Bishop Snyder (7 p.m.) Home 31Record last season: 3-7, un- ,2 Christian Whiting WVB/LB So.
Oct 5 -Hlir Away er rulog co-ch Roy 4 'Randy Oslager WRiDB .!Fr.
Oct. 12- -John Paul H Catholic High Home Harden, whbleft BeI coa h' !8 Travis Bryant WBILB "Jr. .
Oct. 19 Hawthorne Home[ l at Branford High School. This 10, Wade Barnes HB/DB Sr.
Nov. 2 Bronson Away I season will mark Coach Adam 12 Laz Ramirez WR/DB Sr.
Nov. 9 Branford Away. Gore's first season as a head 13 Bruce Thomas QB/DB Jr.
All games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. football coach. 17 Mathew Harrell WR/DB Sr.
,Coach Adam Gore 18 Zach Diehl LB Sr.
In the Kickoff Classic last19 KvnCtaz /Sr
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; .... ....losing 42-41. How are you 22 Jacob Floyd HB/DB Fr.
j " ............feeling about the regular sea- 29 Daniel Cobb WR/DB Sr.
son, after nearly winning the 30 Jared Boyette TE/LB Sr.
... Kickoff Classic? 32 David Hernandez FB/LB Jr..
"I'm feeling good about the 33 Justin Terry FB/LB Jr."
san Gore s 34 Garrett Brady OL/DL Jr.
howold oucosier40 Austin Ritchey HB/DB Jr.
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Austin Ritchey, Justin Terry, 45 Mathew Moore TE/DL Jr.
Hunter Langford, Wade Barnes 51 Hunter Langford OL/DL Sr.
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veterans who became disabled as the re- (3) For the 2016-2017 fiscal year, state of public universities and colleges- bal- personal property held for sale as stock
((sult of a combat injury shall take effect revenues are limited to an amount equal ances carried forward from prior fiscal in trade and livestock may be valued for January 1, 2013. to the state revenue limitation for fiscal years taxes, fees, licenses, fines, and taxation at a specified percentage of its
Nl 3 Vyear 2015-2016 multiplied by the sum of charges for services imposed by local re- value, may be classified for tax purposes, ]1( NO. 3 the adiustment for growth plus two one- gional, or school district governing bod- or may be exempted from taxation.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT hundredths. ies, or revenue from taxes, fees, licenses, (d) All persons entitled to a homestead
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL fee with a similar effect established by ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 1 and 19 (4) For the 2017-2018 fiscal year, state fines, and charges for services authorized exemption under Section 6 of this Article
AMENDMENTS law or rule by an agency .established, ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32 revenues are limited to an amount equal by any amendment or revision to this shall have their homestead assessed at
TO BE VOTED ON created, or controlled by the government (Legislative) to the state revenue limitation for fiscal constitution after May 6. 2011. just value a of J... 1 of the year folNOVEMBER 6, 2012 which is used to punish or discourage the year 2016-2017 multiplied by the sum of ARTICLE XII lon.. t ffeti d.te of this m.dNOTICE OF ELECTION exercise of rights protected under this Ballot Title: STATE GOVERNMENT the adjustment for growth plus one one- SCHEDULE ment. This sht.l change ..y
section. For purposes of this section only, REVENUE LIMITATION.- hundredth. SECTION 32. State revenue limita- as provided in this subsection.
I, Kenneth W. Detzner, Secretary of the term "rule by an agency" may_ not be (5) For the 2018-2019 fiscal year and tion.-The amendment to Section 1 and (1)Assessments subject to this subsecState of the State of Florida, do hereby construed to mean any negotiated provi- Ballot Summary: This proposed thereafter, state revenues are limited to an the creation of Section 19 of Article VII tion shall change bec hanged annually give notice that an election will be held sion in any insurance contract, network amendment to the State Constitution re- amount equal to the state revenue limita- revising the state revenue limitation, and on January 1 +st of each year,-but-those in each county in Florida, on Novem- agreement, or other provider agreement places the existing state revenue limitation tion for the previous fiscal year multiplied this section take effect.upon approval by chagaes in assessments .ber 6, 2012, for the ratification or contractually limiting copayments, co- based on Florida personal income growth by the adjustment for growth, the electors and apply beginning in the a. A change in an assessment may shall rejection of proposed revisions to the insurance, deductibles, or other patient with a new state revenue limitation based (6) The adjustment for growth for a fis- 2014-2015 state fiscal year. not exceed the lower of the following: constitution of the State of Florida. charges. on inflation and population changes. Un- cal year shall be determined by March 1 I.&. Three percent (3%) of the assessder the amendment, state revenues, as precedingthe fiscal year using the latest NO. 4 ment for the prior year.
NO. 1 NO. 2 defined in the amendment, collected in information available. Once the adjust- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 2.b The percent change in the ConsumCONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT excess of the revenue limitation must be ment for growth is determined for a fis- ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 4, 6 er Price Index for all urban consumers,
ARTICLE I, SECTION 28 ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 deposited into the budget stabilization cal year, it may not be changed based on ARTICLE XII, SECTIONS 27, 32, 33 U.S. City Average, all items 1967=100,
(Legislative) ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32 fund until the fund reaches its maximum revisions to the information used to make (Legislative) or a successor index reports for the pre(Legislative) balance, and thereafter shall be used for the determination, ceding calendar year as initially reported
Ballot Title: HEALTH CARE SER- the support and maintenance of public (b) REVENUES IN EXCESS OF THE Ballot Title: PROPERTY TAX by the United States Department of LaVICES.- Ballot Title: VETERANS DIS- schools by reducing the minimum finan- LIMITATION.-State revenues collect- LIMITATIONS; PROPERTY VALUE bor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
ABLED DUE TO COMBAT INJURY; cial effort required from school districts ed in any fiscal year in excess of the rev- DECLINE; REDUCTION FOR NON- b. The legislature may provide by
Ballot Summary: Proposing an HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX DIS- for participation in a state-funded educa- enue limitation shall betransferred to the HOMESTEAD ASSESSMENT IN- general law that, except for changes, adamendment to the State Constitution to COUNT.- tion finance program, or, if the minimum budget stabilization fund until the fund CREASES; DELAY OF SCHEDULED ditions, reductions, or improvements to
prohibit laws or rules from compelling financial effort is no longer required, re- reaches the maximum balance specified REPEAL.- homestead property assessed as provided
in paragraph (5). an assessment may not
any person or employer to purchase, ob- Ballot Summary: Proposing an turned to the taxpayers. The Legislature in Section 19(g) of Article III and there-o tain, or otherwise provide for health care amendment to Section 6 of Article VII may increase the state revenue limitation after shall be used for the support and Ballot Summary: increase if the just value of the property is
coverage; permit a person or an employer and the creation of Section 32 of Article through a bill approved by a super major- maintenance of public schools by reduc- (1) This would amend Florida Consti- less than the just value of the property on to purchase lawful health care services XII of the State Constitution to expand ity vote of each house of the Legislature. ing the minimum financial effort required tution Article VII, Section 4 (Taxation; the preceding January 1. directly from a health care provider; per- the availability of the property discount The Legislature may also submit a pro- from school districts for participation in a assessments) and Section 6 (Homestead (2) An No assessment may not shall mit a health care provider to accept direct on the homesteads of veterans who be-. posed increase in the state revenue limi- state-funded education finance program, exemptions). It also would amend Ar- exceed just value. payment from a person or an employer came disabled as the result of a combat tation to the voters. The Legislature must or. if the minimum financial effort is no tite XII, Section 27, and add Sections 32 (3) After a any change of ownership, for lawful health care services; exempt injury to include those who were not implement this proposed amendment by longer required, returned to taxpayers as and 33, relating to the Schedule for the as provided by general law, homestead persons, employers, and health care pro- Florida residents when they entered the general law. The amendment will take provided by general law. amendments. property shall be assessed at just value
viders from penalties and taxes for pay- military and schedule the amendment to effect upon approval by the electors and (c'fAUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLA- (2) In certain circumstances, the law) as of January 1 of the following year, uning directly or accepting direct payment take effect Jahuary 1, 2013. will first apply to the 2014-2015 state fis- TURE TO INCREASE THE REVENUE requires the assessed value of homestead less the provisions of paragraph (8) apfor lawful health care services; and pro- cal year. LIMITATION.-- ) and specified nonhomestead property to ply. Thereafter, the homestead shall be
hibit laws or rules from abolishing the Full Text: (1) The state revenue limitation for any increase when the just value of the prop- assessed as provided in this subsection.
private market for health care coverage of ARTICLE VII Full Text: fiscal year may be increased by a two- erty decreases. Therefore, this amend- (4) New homestead property shall be
any lawful health care service. Specifies FINANCE AND TAXATION ARTICLE VII thirds vote of the membership of each ment provides that the Legislature may, assessed at just value as of January 1 --st
that the amendment does not affect which SECTION 6. Homestead exemp- FINANCE AND TAXATION house of the legislature. Unless other- by general law, provide that the assess- of the year following the establishment
health care services a health care provider tions.- SECTION 1. Taxation; appropriations; wise provided by the bill increasing the ment of homestead and specified non- of the homestead, unless the provisions
is required to perform or provide; affect (a) Every person who has the legal or state expenses; state ... i.t.......- revenue limitation, the increased revenue homestead property may n6t increase if of paragraph (8) apply. That assessment
which health care services are permitted equitable title to real estate and maintains ti-. limitation enacted under this paragraph the just value of that property is less than shall o change only as provided in this
by lIw; prohibit care provided pursuant thereon the permanent residence of the (a) No tax shall be levied except in pur- shall be used to determine the revenue the just value of the property on the pre- subsection. to general law relating to workers' com- owner, or another legally or naturally de- suance of law. No state ad valorem taxes limitation for future fiscal years. ceding January 1, subject to any adjust- (5) Changes, additions, reductions, pensation; affect laws or rules in effect pendent upon the owner, shall be exempt shall be levied upon real estate or tangi- (2) The state revenue limitation for meant inthe assessed value due to changes, or improvements to homestead propas of March 1, 2010; affect the terms or from taxation thereon, except assessments ble personal property. All other forms of any one fiscal year may be increased by additions, reductions, or improvements erty shall be assessed as provided for by conditions of any health care system to for special benefits, up to the assessed taxation shall be preempted to the state a three-fifths vote of the membershipof to such property which are assessed as general law-provtdecd However, after the extent that those terms and conditions valuation of twenty-five thoustad dol- except as provided by general law. each house of the legislature. Increases to provided for by general law. This amend- the adjustment for any change, addition, do not halve the effect of punishing a per- lars and, for all levies other than school (b) Motor vehicles, boats, airplanes, the revenue limitation enacted under this ment takes effect upon approval by the reduction, or improvement, the property son or an employer for paying directly district levies, on the assessed valuation trailers, trailer coaches and mobile paragraph must be disregarded when de- voters. If approved at a special election shall be assessed as provided in this subfor lawful health care services or a health greater than fifty thousand dollars and up homes, as defined by law, shall be subject termining the revenue limitation in subse- held on the date of the 2012 presidential section. care provider for accepting direct pay- to seienty-five thousand dollars, upon es- to a license tax for their operation in the quent fiscal years. preference primary, it shall operate ret- (6) In, the event of a termination of meant from a person or an employer for tablishment of right thereto in the manner amounts dild for the purposes prescribed (3) A bill increasing the revenue limi- roactively to January 1, 2012, or, if ap- homestead status, the property shall be lawful health care services; or affect any prescribed by law. The real estate may by law,.but shall not be subject to ad va- tation may not contain any other subject proved at the 2012 general election, shall assessed as provided by general law. general law passed by two-thirds vote of be held by legal or equitable title, by the lorem taxes. and must set forth the dollar amount by take effect January 1, 2013. (7) The provisions of this .subsection
the membership of each house of the Leg- entireties, jointly, in common, as a condo- (c) No money shall be drawn from the which the state revenue limitation will (3) This amendment reduces from 10 amendment are severable. If a provision islature, passed after the effective date of minium, or indirectly by stock ownership treasury except in pursuance of appro- be increased. The vote may not be taken percent to 5 percent the limitation on an- ,iy of the prov... of this subsection is the amendment, provided such law states or membership representing the owner's priation made by law. less than seventy-two hours after the third nual changes in assessments of nonhome- amendment shall bc held unconstitutional
with specificity the public necessity justi- or member's proprietary interest in a cor- (d) Provision shall be made by law for reading in either house of the legislature stead real property. This amendment takes by a any court of competent jurisdiction, flying the exceptions from the provisions poration owning a fee or a leasehold ini- raising sufficient, revenue to defray the of the bill in the form that will be pre- effect upon approval of the voters. If ap- the decision of the sech court does shall of the amendment. The amendment ex- tially in excess of ninety-eight years. The expenses of the state for each fiscal pe- sented to the governor, proved at a special election held on the not affect or impair any remaining provipressly provides that it may not be con- exemption shall not apply with respect to riod. (d) AUTHORITY OF THE ELEC- date of the 2012 presidential preference sions of this subsection amendment.
strued to prohibit negotiated provisions in any assessment roll until such roll is first (e) Exept as provided ..., sta. TORS TO INCREASE THE REVENUE primary, it shall operate retroactively to (8)a. A person who tablishean insurance contracts, network agreements, determined to be in compliance with the ......... elleeted for any fial ye LIMITATION.-The legislature may January 1, 2012, or, if approved at the h.ometed as ofa..a y 1,2009, r jar...
or. other provider agreements contractu- provisions of section 4 by a state agency shall be........ to state revenues allowed propose an increase in the state revenue 2012 general election, takes effect Janu- a- 1 o subseqttent yea and has
ally limiting copayments, coinsurance, designated b2' general law. This exemp- under ths subsection for th.... i.... fi.l limitation pursuant to a concurrent reso- ary 1, 2013. received a homestead exemption pursudeductibles, or other patient charges. tion is repealed on the effective date of year plm air adjustment fo1 roth. As lution enacted by a three-fifths vote o (4) This amendment also authorizes ant to Section 6 of-this-Article as of Januany amendment to .this Article which used in thi ........., goth ......s the membership of each house. The pro- general law to provide, subject to condi- ary 1 of either of the 2 two years immeFull Text: provides for the assessment of homestead a aMouint equal to the average anniual posed increase shall be submitted to the tions specified in such law, an additional diately preceding the establishment of a
ARTICLE I property at less than just value. .at.... f ....... Flida personal en electors at the next general election held homestead exemption to every person the new homestead is entitled to have the
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS (b) Not more than one exemption shall eve m the riiost twenidty i -"t more than ninetY' days after the resolu- who establishes the right to receive the new homestead assessed at less than just
SECTION 28. Health care services- be allowedany individualtorfamily unit .. t c... rcvents allowed undcr ttoAi is-filld vith the'eust6diiln0f'state Ihonestead exemptiorprovidediin,-the ofvalue" .... 8,vlh. ,.a.To Rsave the freedom ofalLiesi- ppw~ifl ,[se to any resi, ,tio, uit4 ... records iHoweveri ,Ihql. ,iglature ,mty A r .. 200R, ......... .............
_______________...____ ejIwt~......, ...... i,,v ....... ,,.. Pr g Constaint,tnnuhithmnf}er ., .... .. ......
(a) To.presere -~,~. .. ""I- 2t ,it i' I -L't' ..... L-- _,gs ur W f! _______________________dents of the state to provide for their own exemption shall exceed the value of the ... .... ....... submit the proposed increase at an ear- purchasing the homestead property and ..... .. .. ., 2008,,
health care: real estate assessable to the owner or, in rev .allowed u...... lier special election held more than ninety who has not owned property in the previ- t..l...d t. hv.. the new a
(1) A law or rule may not compel, case of ownership through stock or mem- .. h .... ... ..... t... days after it is filed with the custodian of ous 3 calendar years to which the Florida .. ... .... J a .f....
directly or indirectly, any person or em- bership in a corporation, the value of the state ..... i. collected fin tie. 1994- state records pursuant to a law enacted homestead exemption applied. The addi- pr.. .......d a ee ....
ployer to purchase, obtain, or otherwise proportion which the interest in the cor- 1995 .y ......d.. pe .'. by the affirmative vote of three-fourths tional homestead exemption shall apply to ........ 1, 2. The assessed value
provide for health care coverage. poration beats to the assessed value of the shall be ...d..t...d by the l islat....., of the membership of each house of the all levies except school district levies. The of the newly established homestead shall
(2) A person or an employer may pay property. fr ............. .a..abl fr t..... legislature. The resolution must set forth additional exemption is an amount equal be determined as follows:
directly for lawful health care services (c) By general law and subject to con- United States Df .or..... ...o....... the dollar amount by which the state rev- to 50 percent of the homestead property's 1. If the just value of the new homeand may not be required to pay penal- ditions specified therein, the Legislature or its s o tir fit st day of Fb enue limitation will be increased. Unless just value on January 1 of the year the stead is greater than or equal to the just ties or taxes for paying directly for law- may provide to renters, who are perma- ..... p, to ....r b...i of the fiscal otherwise provided in the resolution, the homestead is established. The additional value of the prior homestead as of Januful health care services. A health care nent residents, ad valorem tax relief on all yeo State ..... ...... ..lctd for any fi increased revenue limitation shall be used homestead exemption may not exceed an ary 1 of the year in which the prior homeprovider may accept direct payment for ad valorem tax levies. Such ad valorem ,al year in exeess of t.hi limitation shall to determine the .revenue limitation for amount equal to the median just value of stead was abandoned, the assessed value lawful health care services and may not tax relief shall be in the form and amount b.. ....... to te. budet stabilization. future fiscal years. The proposed increase all homestead property within the county of the new homestead shall be thejust
be required to pay penalties or taxes for established by general law. f......til the fd reche the...... .. .. shall take effect if it is approved by a vote where the property at issue is located for value of the new homestead minus an
accepting direct payment from a person (d) The legislature may, by general balane...... i- in S,,ti.,,(g) l osf "A- of at least 60 percent of the electors vot- the calendar year immediately preceding amount equal to the lesser of $500,000 or or an employer for lawful health care ser- law, allow counties or municipalities, for til ...!, and th...aft shall be fd...d ing on the matter. January 1 of the year the homestead is es- the difference between the just value and
vices, the purpose of their respective tax levies to ta.payr. by gee...ral . (el REVENUE LIMIT ADJUST- tablished. The additional exemption shall the assessed value of the prior homestead
(b) The private market for health care and subject to the provisions of general State.. v...e s allowed une. this b..... MENT BY THE LEGISLATURE.-The apply for the shorter of 5 years or the year as of January 1 of the year m which the
coverage of any lawful health care service law, to grant an additional homestead tax ti. .f.... ny fiscal ye may be ....... legislature shall provide by general law of sale of the property. The amount of the prior homestead was abandoned. Theremay not be abolished by law or rule. exemption not exceeding fifty thousand by a two thie. of t berhi for adjustments to the state revenue limi- additional exemption shall be reduced in after, the homestead shall be assessed as
(c) This section does not: dollars to any person who has the legal ..a h . ..f te. le..islat... in a tation to reflect: each subsequent year by an amount equal provided in this subsection.
(1) Affect which health care services or equitable title to real estate and main- .rate bi that ..... n .. other sabj,t (1) The fiscal impact of transfers of to 20 percent of the amount of the ad- 2. If the just value of the new.homea health care provider is required to per- tains thereon the permanent residence of and that sets forth th... dollar a..o.t by responsibility for the funding of govern- ditional exemption received in the year stead is less than the just value of the form or provide, the owner and who has attained age six- -hleh the state revenues all.--ed 1 be mental functions between the state and the homestead was established or by an prior homestead as of January 1 of the
(2) Affect which health care services ty-five and whose household income, as '.a.sed... .. ..... .... other levels of government occurring af- amount equal to the difference between year in which the prior homestead was
are permitted by law. defined by general law, does not exceed than sev ty- two hours alL. the third ter May 6, 2011: or the just value of the property and the as- abandoned, the assessed value of the
(3) Prohibit care provided pursuant to twenty thousand dollars. The general law e..adng f th.. bill. Fr ..o.. ,i f f (2) The fiscal impact of a new federal sessed value of the property determined new homestead shall be equal to the just general law relating to workers' compen- must allow counties and municipalities to .......... "....,v....~............... mandate, under Article VII, Section 4(d), whichey- value of the new homestead divided by
sation, grant this additional exemption, within fees, ..... and .. ........ (f) GENERAL LAW IMPLEMENTA- er i rae.Ntmr hnoesc x h utvleo h ro oeta n
(4) Affect laws or rules in effect as of the limits prescribed in this subsection, hW.po~cd by7 th... Icgsauc 0.. in ,iu TION-The legislature shall, by general emption shall be allowed per homestead multiplied by the assessed value of the March 1, 2010. by ordinance adopted in the manner pre- ............cs .................. law. prescribe procedures necessary to property at one time. The additional ex- prior homestead. However, if the differ(5) Affect the terms or conditions of scribed by general law, and must provide gov.ii.i.....t. 1,..,,.,v, "stateC re'vnu" administer this section. emption applies to property purchased on ence between the just value of the new
any health care system to the extent that for the periodic adjustment of the income da...... ....... r,,ccs.y. ta.n... (g) DEFINITIONS-As used in this or after January I, 2011l, if approved by homestead and the assessed value of
those terms and conditions do not have limitation prescribed in this subsection C'sary to ..Ct.... cqic '~ sc't f- l- section. the term: tevtr taseileeto edo h h e oeta acltdprun
the effect of punishing a person or an for changes in the cost of living. :- ..... ...... t.. ........ (1) "Adjustment for growth" means an date of the 2012 presidential preference to this sub-subparagraph is greater than
employer for paying directly for lawful (e) Each veteran who is age 65 or older honds, by th. Stat.,,; r,-cv..5. that arc. usn'd amount equal to the average for the previ- primary, or to property purchased on or $500,000, the assessed value of the new health care services or a health care pro- who is partially or totally permanently ,,, 1v .......c...f. f.... ...... ous five years of the product of the infla- after January 1, 2012, if approved by the .homestead shall be increased so that the
vider for accepting direct payment from a disabled shall receive a discount from the .....i.....d ina .... ..;..... .. I V... tion factor and the population factor, voters at :the 2012 general election. The difference between the just value and the
person or an employer for lawful health amount of the ad valorem tax otherwise th,. ..vcnu ..i.. d to suppo,-t tho ...I.. (2 Ifainfco"masa mutadtoa xmto-i o vial nasse au qas$0,0.Tee
care services, except that this section may owed on homestead property the veteran A sista.n.... Tr ust Fund vr its s'c equal to one plus the percent change in the the sixth and subsequent years after it is after, the homestead shall be assessed as not be construed to prohibit any negoti- owns and resides in if the disability was ..... u,,...a.... ........ ..n. at.. calendar year annual average of the Con-fisreivdThamn etsaltkepoddinhssueco.
ated provision in ny insurance contract, cobt eatd ... .,.,, -asan.,d.,t~a.....atl~. 'a" dt fn c. sumer Price Index. The term Consumer effect upon approval by the voters. If ap- b-B eea a n ujc ocn
networ.agrement.or, a..........fcn-ciPrice..Index"v cmeansontheaConsufmer JlPr1,1994,orice ndex"meanstheaCnsumeePricoprovdlatonspecal elctionheldpnetheditiostspeifiedtherenlth legislature
agreement contractually limiting copay- 1t.. i..... .... t.........., and the ................. . .c..... Index forAll Urban Consumers. U.S. city date of the 2012 presidential preference shall provide for application of this paraments, coinsurance. deductibles, or other veteran was honorably discharged upon p...... n ....c f ....... .....aI....- average (not seasonally adjusted, cur- primary, it' shall operate retroactively to graph to property owned by more than
patentchages spartio frm mliaryserice Th .a~n, C --:-Vy u---, b.... .....-'*- rent base for all items). as published by January 1, 2012, or, if approved at the one person.
(6) Affect any general law passed by discount shall be in a percentage equal forward fi v.... .... clya t........ the United States Department of Labor. 2012 general election, takes effect Janu- (e) The legislature may, by general
atwo-thirds vote of the membership of to the percentage of the veteran's per- ........ ,d ...... fo ............. In the event the index ceases to exist, the ary 1, 2013.afrassmn proe n ujc
each house of the legislature after the manent, service-connected disability as pose.d by, regional, or school d..t1 ic.t legislature shall determine the successor (5) This amendment also delays un- to the provisions of this subsection, allow effective date of this section. if the law determined by the United States Depart- ...... i..... I.......o........ index by general law. til 2023, the repeal, currently scheduled counties and municipalities to authorize
states with specificity the public necos- ment of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for .........., f....,, m....... s ....... (3) "Population factor" means an to take effect in 2019, of constitutional by ordinance that historic property, may
sity that justifies an exception from this the discount granted by this subsection, ,.......d t~ be .v.... ,": a..... amount equal to one plus the percent amendments adopted in 2008 which limit be assessed solely on the basis of characsection. an applicant must submit to the county mei.It 0. re.viin tV this onstitution, aft... change, in population of ihe state as of annual assessment increases for specified ter on use. Such character or use assess(d) As used in this section. the term: property appraiser, by March 1, proof-of July 1, 1994. A.. a,t ......... tV t......- April 1 compared to April 1 of the prior nonhomestead real property. This amend-* ment shall apply only to the jurisdiction
(1) "Compel" includes the imposition .cs....--y ...: at th,,c "t1,,. ........o ,,, n nltm ncl,,,,ita,....ti............... lilb.... ..... by g... year. For purposes of calculating the an- ment delays until 2022 the submission of adopting the ordinance. The requirements
of penalties on taxes. sei-viee; an official letter from the United Ia.' to reflect th.. fiscal .... a.,., of ti-ol- nua rate of change in population, the an amendment proposing the abrogation for eligible properties must be specified
(2) "Direct payment" or" "ay directly" States Department of Veterans Affairs fers of 'v"u" ......., fu,.di"" -'' '- state's official population estimates shall of such repeal to the voters. by general law.
means payment for lawful health care stating the percentage of the veteran's uo............a u....V...b.. t.....c........... be used. ()Acut ai h anrpe
services without a public or private third service-connected disability and such a,_d .t,..._ 1....lI .. a....h........ Tc (4) "State revenues" means taxes. fees. Full Text:sciebygnrlawpovdfrarparty, not including an employer, paving evidence that reasonably identifies the islaturc ...all, by, .c...... licenses, fines, and charges for services ARTICLE VII dciniteasse au foeta
for any portion of the service. disability as combat related, and a copy p. .d..... ....... d, moe.yth.eiltreo.niiu- FNNEAD.AAINpopryt.h.etn fay nraei
(3) "Health care system" means any of the veteran's honorable discharge. If suscin als, businesses. or agencies outside state SECTION 4. Taxation; assessments.- the assessed value of that property which
public or private entity whose function or the property appraiser denies the request SECTION 19. State revenue limita- government. However, the term "state By general law regulations shall be pre- results from the construction or reconpurpose is the management of. process- for a discount, the appraiser must notify tion.-rvne"de o nld:rvne htsrbdwihsalscr js auto tuto ftepoet o h ups
ing of. enrollment of individuals for, or the applicant in writing of the reasons (a) STATE 'REVENUE LIMITA- reveneessa oe t thlue requrens fa ll pcrpert fc h sr a s valorm uaation ofut~nh proviiglvnpuer for ne rs
payment. in full or in part, for health care for the denial, and the veteran may reap- TION-Except as provided in this sec- set forth in documents authorizing the provided: more natural or adoptive grandparents on
services, health cane data, or health care ply. The Legislature may, by general law, tion, state revenues collected in any fiscal issuance of bonds by the state for bonds (a) Agricultural land, land producing parents of the owner--of the property on information for its participants. waive the annual application requirement year are limited as follows: issued before July 1, 2012: revenues that high water recharge to Florida's aquifers, of the owner's spouse if at least one of
(4) "Lawful health care -services" in subsequent years. This subsection shall (1) For the 2014-2015 fiscal year. state are used to provide matching funds for or land used exclusively for noncominer- the grandparents or parents for whom the
meas ay halt-reatd srvie o trat.ta.. ...ff.... ............20. is self-ex- revenues are limited to an mount equal the federal Medicaid program with the cial recreational purposes may be classi- living quarters are provided is 62 years
ment. to the extent that the service or ecuting, and does not require implement- to the state revenues collected during the exception of the revenues used to support fled by general law and assessed solely of age or older Such a reduction may not treatment is permitted or not prohibited ing legislation. .2013-2014 fiscal year multiplied by the the Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund on the basis of character or use, exceed the lesser of the following:
by law or regulation at the time the ser- ARTICLE XII sum of the adustment for growth- plus on its successor program and with the ex- (b) As provided by general law and (1) The increase in assessed value revice or treatment is rendered, which may SCHEDULE four one-hundredths, deption of state matching funds used to subject to conditions, limitations, and suiting from construction or reconstrucbe provided by persons or businesses oth- SECTION 32. Veterans disabled due (2) For the 2015-2016 fiscal year. state fund optional expansions made after July reasonable definitions specified therein, tion of the property. erwise permitted to offer such services, to combat inury: homestead property tax revenues are limited to an amount equal 1, 1994: proceeds from the state lotteryv land used for conservation purposes shall (2) Twenty percent of the total assessed
(51)"Penalties or taxes" means any civil discount.-The amendment t0"subsection to the state revenue limitation for fiscal returned as'prizes; receipts of the Florida be classified by general law and assessed value of the property as improved.
or criminal penalty or fine, tax. salaryv or (e) of Section 6 of Article VII relating to year 2014-2015 multiplied by the sum of Hurricane Catastrophe Fund and Citizens solely on the basis of character or use. (g) For all levies other than school wag'e wit holding or surchargec or named thc homcstcad property tax discount for the adustment for growth plus three one- Propery Insurance Corporation; receipts (c) Pursuant to general law tangible (Continued to Page 9) ~hunpdredths.

real estate assessable to the owner or, in rejection at the general election of 2022 including the time for seeking appellate body of the bar of Florida; and and until adopted by rule of the commisl./ ] o case of ownership through stock or mem- -20+-8 and, if approved, shall take effect review, the administrative supervision of c. Five electors who reside in the state, sion consistent with it:
bership in a corporation, the value of the January 1, 2023 -20-+9. all courts, the transfer to the court having who have never held judicial office or a. The commission shall be divided, as
0~l li el proportion which the interest in the cor- SECTION 32 rpry assess- jurisdiction of any proceeding when the been members of the bar of Florida, and determined by the chairperson, into one
9 I poration bears to the assessed value of the ments.-This section and the amendment jurisdiction of another court has been im- who shall be appointed by the governor. investigative panel and one hearing panel
Ci onf;nued property. of Section 4 of Article VII addressing providently invoked, and a requirement (2) The members of the judicial quali- to meet the responsibilities set forth in
(Cotiuedfrm Pge8) (c) By general law and subject to con- homestead and specified nonhmestead that no cause shall be dismissed because fications commission shall serve stag- this section.
(Cnine. rm ae ) ditions specified therein, the legislature property having a declining just value an improper remedy has been sought. The gered terms, not to exceed six years, as b. The investigative panel shall be
ditic eieasesetso sdn may provide to renters, who are perma- and reducing the limit on the maximum supreme court shall adopt rules to allow prescribed by general law. No member of composed of:
trict elpoeies, asefimntsdofresgenrl nent residents, ad valorem tax relief on all annual increase in the assessed value of it thecourt and the district courts of ap- the commission except a judge shall be 1. Four judges,
ad valorem tax levies. Such ad valorem nonhomestead property, if submitted to peal to submit questions relating to mill- eligible for state judicial office whil e act- 2. Two members of the bar of Florida, law, which contains nine units or fewer tax relief shall be in the form and amount the electors of this state for approval or tary law to the federal Court of Appeals ing as a member of the commission and and mn wichitios ntsuet toth e nsuseion established by general law. rejection at a special election authorized for the Armed Forces for an advisory for a period of two Years thereafter. No 3. Three non-lawyers.
(a)thrug (d shllchage nl aspr (d) The legislature- may, by general by law to be held on the date of the 2012, opinion. Rules of court may be repealed member of the commission shall hold of- c. The hearing panel shall be composed
(a trogh(d sal hageony s0r- law, allow counties or municipalities, for presidential preference primary_, shall by general law that expresses the policy ice in a political party or participate in of(1v Aese nt sujctt this subsectin the purpose of their respective tax levies take effect upon approval by the electors behind the repeal e,,,ae,,,e by t h.. -" s-,, any campaign for judicial office or hold 1 Two judges,
(1Asemnt shalbjchn ect ulon th subse and subject to the provisions of general and shall operate retroactively to JanuarM .. vote, Of -L, the ................ 1,-,t Of ,,,. house, of public office; provided that a judge may 2. Two members of the bar of Florida,
to ashalssben provied buy aw thoeat la w, to grant an additional homestead tax 1, 2012, or, if submitted to the electors of the legislatm. Thle court may readopt the campaign for judicial office and hold that and er.,~ ths-hne n seset exemption not exceeding $50,000 tiffy this state for approval or rejection at the repealed rule only in conformity with the office. The commission* shall elect one of 3. Two non-lawyers.
bu hsecage nasesensmythouisand dollars to any person who has 2012 general election, shall take effect public policy expressed by the legisla- its members as its chairperson. d. Membership on the panels may roshail not exceed 5 ten percent (+@%) of the legal or equitable title to real estate January 1, 2013. ture. If~the 1-egislature determines that a (3) Members of the judicial qualifica- tare in a manner determined by the rules
itre ssment prorthe prio geera. la ht and maintains thereon the permanent res- SECTION 33. Additional homestead rule has been readopted and repeals the tions commission not subject to impeach- of the commission provided that no memexcetfrcne s a ditiovide b eluawtons, idence of the owner and who has attained exemption for owners of homestead readopted rule, the rule may not be re- ment shall be subject to removal from the ber shall vote as a member of the invesecfor iroemnges, tions ropyasedaos, age 65 sixtyfve and whose household property who recently have not owned aotd thereafter without prior approval commission pursuant to the provisions of tigative and hearing panel on the same orprove entt prap ertya assessment income, as defined by 'general law, does homestead propert.-This section and of the legislature. Article IV, Section 7, Florida Constitu- proceeding.
mayrote incprreaiphe Just alu ofssesmn not exceed $20,000 twenty" thousand do-the amendment to Section 6 of Article (b) The chief justice of the supreme tion. e. The commission shall hire separate
mayropet iscresse tha the just value of the itrs. The general law rfiust allow counties VII providing for an additional home- court shall be chosen by a majority of the (4) The commission shall adopt rules staff for each panel. property osl hn the jusetin Gale of sses- nd municipalities to grant this additional stead exemption for owners of homestead members of the court; shall be the chief regulating its proceedings, the filling of f. The members of the commission proeryonth pecdig at o ases-exemption, within the limits prescribed property who have not owned homestead administrative officer of the judicial sys- vacancies by the appointing authorities, shall serve for staggered terms of six
()A oassment proide not law. in this subsection, by ordinance adopted property during the 3 calendar years im- tem; and shall have the power to assign the disqualification of members, the ro- years.
(2 -nN- sesen g o hf in the manner prescribed by general law, mediately preceding purchase of the cur- justices or judges, including consenting tation of members between the panels, g. The ter-,ms of office of the percent
excee jut valune. of oweshpo and must provide for the periodic adjust- rent homestead property, if submitted -to retired justices or judges, to temporary and the temporary replacement of dis- mmeso h tdea ulfeto
(3)oter as defi n ge of owner shi orinld ment of the income limitation prescribed the electors of this state for approval or duty in any court for which the judge is qualified or incapacitated members. The eolsso sha11I%,J l l exr u ont helg e ,f,11 L eeJ 1.
control,_.c as_ define by_ geerllainl_in n hne fonrhp falglin this subsection for changes in the cost rejection at a special election authorized qualified and to delegate to a chief judge commission's rules, or any part thereof, tive date of"he--' ....toths ee in n hneo wesi falglof living. by law to be held on the date of the 2012 of a judicial circuit the power to assign may t e repealed by general law ernaeted -:o approved. -by.,.. the :_ legi ...~ dr........
entity that own s the property, such prop- (e) Each veteran who is age 65 or older presidential preference primary shall judges for duty in that circuit. by a. ... ... . . .. majority vote of,. o,: the., memb rshi regular se-ssio- of., ,,,, the. leisat r in....
ery hal e ssssdatjut ale s fwho is partially or totally permanently take effect upon approval by the electors (c) A chief judge for each district court of.. ea house of the ........... or by and............................... t
the next assessment date. Thereafter, such disabled shall receive a discount from the and operate retroactively to January I,- of appeal shall be chosen by a majority of the supreme court, five justices concur- s .... te ........ g stag, te n.....
property shall be assessed as provided in amount of the ad valorem tax otherwise 2012, and the additional homestead ex- the judges thereof or, if there is no major- ring. The commission shall have power Grou ....--h ...... of f-'-----thssbeto.owed on homestead property the veteran emption shall be available for properties ity, by the chief justice. The chief judge to issue subpoenas. Until formal charges b-er ...... ,,,,,,, eomose .... tvm ,e,,epo s .... ,,et,.
improvemnges, atons prerutioshl be owns and resides in if the disability was purchased on or after January 1, 2011, or shall be responsible for the administrative against a justice or judge are filed by the fbrth-in s1 .... a)(I]l~te. of.1-- A"LI,tt& i 1- V, one
imprese ts rosuchdrortby eneal law.- combat related, the veteran was a resident if submitted to the electors of this state supervision of the court. investigative panel with the clerk of the v member ........ of theba of Floridau, asse .......
assesedas rovied or y geera la.;_of this state at the time of entering the mil- for approval or rejection at the 2012 gen- (d) A chief judge in each circuit shall supreme court of Florida all proceedings in s. 12(a)(1)b. ,of- Ar,.el, one--;v,,- jud-e
However, after the adjustment for any itary service of the United States, and the eral election, shall take effect January be chosen from among the circuit j udges by or before the commission shall be con- fro the.................of .....l a......
change, addition, reduction, or improve- veteran was honorably discharged upon 2013, and the additional homestead ex- as provided by supreme court rule. The fidential; provided, however, upon a find- ereut judge as et firt& in s. 12(a)(l)a. ment, the property shall be assessed as separation from military service. The emp~tion shall be available for properties chief judge of a circuit shall be respon- ing of probable'cause and the filing by the of ,A-tiele N;; shall expire on Decembr provided in this subsection. discount shall be in a percentage equal purchased on or after January 1, 2012. sible for the administrative supervision of investigative panel with said clerk of such 31,998
(h) For all levies other than school dis- to the pecntg of................ %
trict levies, assessm ents of. real property t th pe c n a e o th v t ra s p r-the circuit courts an d county courts in the form al charges against a justice or judge 2.GI o p H .- -h terms..... .... .... ...
manent, service-connected disability as NO1. 5 his circuit. such charges and all further proceedings bets, copoe .............................
that i's not subject to the assessment limii- determined by the United States Depart- CONSTITUTIONAL SECTION 11l. Vacancies.- before the commission shall be public. in s. 12(a,)(I)e........... N, 4,-, .. "
tations set forth in subsections (a) through merit of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for AMEENDMENT (a) Whenever a vacancy occurs in a (5) The commission shall have access of Florida as set......
(d) and (g) shall change only as provided the discount granted by this subsection, ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 2, 11, judicial office to which election for re- to all information from all executive, in s. 1--(at)(b ........... V, one........
in sesetssbett this subsectin an applicant must submit to the county AND 12 tention applies, the governor shall fill the legislative and judicial agencies, includ- jtge and.......... jug a, s set..........
()Assmnssbettthssbe-property appraiser, by March 1, proof of (Legislative) vacancy by appointing for a term ending ing grand juries, subject to the rules of s. 12(a)(1)a. of Aftile V shall x-en
tion shall be changed annually on the date residency at the time of entering military on the first Tuesday after the first Monday the commission. At any time, on request Deee-br 3, 28.
of assessment provided by law. Howev- service, an official letter from the United Ballot Title: STATE COURTS.- nJnayo h erfloigtenx ftesekro h os frpee- "'^ .. .. ...
shal no exeed5 tn prcet 0%)o States Department of Veterans Affairs general election occurring at least one tatives ot-the--govro, the commission bers compose of,,,, two............ ,tt as_, set _, ...
he1 assno t eer5ten pirearTe._tA_%)oef stating the percentage of the veteran's. Ballot Summary: Proposing a revision year after the date of appointment, one shall make available to the house of rep- in s. 1--(,)(l ... ... of ......... V,
th. sesetf h pirya.Telg service-connected disability and such ev- of Article V of the State Constitution re- of not fewer than three persons nor more resentatives all information in the posses- bet of the b-ar of Florida as set for-th in
islatre may provide by general law that, tdence that reasonably identifies the dis- lating to the judiciary. than six persons nominated by the appro- siopn of the commission, which informa- 1--(,,(lr,., _.. J-1_ ............
except for changes, additions, reductions, ability as combat related, and a copy of The State Constitution authorizes the piate judicial nominating commission. tion shall remain confidential during any our,-ts of appea '.a 'ii rit judge as or improvements to property assessed as the veteran's honorable discharge. If the Supreme Court to adopt rules for the (b) The governor shall fill each va- investigation and until such information set fbi-t, in s. 12(a)()a. ,f Ar-tle N, sh5all provided in paragraph (5). an assessment property appraiser denies the request for practice and procedure in all courts. The cancy on a circuit court or on a county is used in the pursuit for use in csid- expire on Deee,-br 31I, 2002. pry opet increes ifa the just value of the a discount, the appraiser must notify the constitution further provides that a rule of court, wherein the judges are elected by a eratiorn of impeachment orgupnt, h. An appointment to fill a vacancy
poetislsthnteJsvauofteapplicant in writing of the reasons for the court may be repealed by a general law majority vote of the electors, by appoint- iespeetivel, of the commission shall be for the reproperty on the preceding date of assess- denial, and the veteran may reapply. The enacted by a two-thirds vote of the mem- ing for a term ending on the first Tuesday (b) PANELS.-The commission shall mainder of the term. merit provided by law. legislature may, by general law, waive the bership of each house of the Legislature. after the first Monday in January of the be divided into an investigative panel and h.i-. Selection of members by district
S(2) An No assessment may not shah4 annual application requirement in subse- This proposed constitutional revision year following the next primary and gen- a hearing panel as established by rule of co-'so peljdes ici ugs exceed just value. put fapa ugs ici ugs
(3) The legislature must provide Ithat quent years. This subsection shall take eliminates the requirement that a general eral election occurring at least one year the commission. The investigative panel and county court judges, shall be by no
suc prpery sallbeasssse atjus Fffect December 7, 2006, is self-execut- law repealing a court rule pass by a two- after the date of appointment, one of not is vested with the jurisdiction to receive less than a majority of the members votva asu poertyh e assessetdate just ing, and does not require implementing thirds vote of each house, thereby provid- fewer than three persons nor more than or initiate complaints, conduct investiga- ing at the respective courts' conferences.
te ulfigipoeet sdfndlegislation. ing that the Legislature may repeal a rule six persons nominated by the appropi- tions, dismiss complaints, and upon a vote Selection of members by the board of
byeer la w a is imadoemto s proefined (f) As provided by general law and of court by a general law approved by a ate judicial nominating commission. An of a simple majority of the panel submit governors of the bar of Florida shall be Th eeferw, i et such property s subject -to conditions specified therein, majority vote of eachi house of the Leg- election shall be held to fill that judicial formal charges to the hearing panel. The by no less than a majority of the board. Therseaesu prov et slbetion every person who establishes the right islature that expresses the policy behind office for the term of the office beginning hearing panel is vested with the authority i The commission shall be entitled
(4) The legislature may provide that to receive the homestead exemption the repeal. The court could readopt the at the end of the appointed term. to receive and hear formal charges from to- recover the costs of investigation and suc poprt sal b asese a jstprovided in subsection (a) within I yea rule in conformity with the public policy (c) The nominations shall be made the investigative panel and upon a two- prosecution, in addition to, any penalty suhpet s hal e assessed date just after purchasing the homestead property expressed by the Legislature, but if the within thirty days from the occurrence of thirds vote of the panel recommend to the levied by the supreme court. J value as hange 9net ssessmecntroate as and who has not owned property in the Legislature determines that a rule has a vacancy unless the period is extended supreme court the removal of a justice or j.'k- The compensation of members and
a cane jpwpe~sipor.cotro,.4sprevious ,3' calendar years to which the been readopted and repeals the readopt- by the governor for a time not to exceed judge or the involuntary retirement of a referees shall be thae travel expenses or defined by general law, including aly homesead exemption provided in sub- :ed,.rule,this proposed revision prohibits thirty days. The governor shall make the justice or judge for any permanent dis- trariportatiori and perdert allowatie as change of ownership -of the legal'entity section (a) applied is entitled to an ad- the court from further readopting the re- appointment within sixty days after the ability 'that seriously interferes with the provided by general law.
taowsteproperty shlThsesseaftoier, inc ditional homestead exemption for all pealed rule without the Legislature's pri- nominAtions have been certified to the performance of judicial duties. Upon a
pethi s alben. s rviedi levies except school district levies. The or approval. Under current law, rules of governor., simple majority vote of the membership NO. 6
hs usctoadditional exemption is an amount equal the judicial nominating commissions and (d) Each appointment of a justice of of the hearing panel, the panel may rec- CONSTITUTIONAL
(5) Changes, additions, reductions, or to 50 percent of the homestead property's the Judicial Qualifications Commission the supreme court is subject to confirma- ommend to the supreme court that the AMENDMENT
iimroemnt t schprpetyshllbeJust value on Januay I of the year the may be repealed by general law enacted tion by the senate. The senate may sit for justice or judge be subject to appropriate ARTICLE 1, SECTION 28 assessed as provided for by general law..I homestead is established. The additional by a majority vote of the membership of the purpose of confirmation regardless of discipline. (Legislative)
However, after the adjustment for any exemption may not exceed the median each house of the Legislature. Under this whether the house of representatives is in (c) SUPREME COURT.-The suchng, dt n p retion al be povessda just value of all homestead property proposed revision, a vote to repeal those session or not. If the senate fails to vote preme court shall receive recommen- Ballot Title: PROHIBITION ON PUB_mri, heprpetyshllbeasesedas within the county where the property at rules is changed to repeal by general law on the appointment of a justice within 00 dations from the judicial qualifications LIC FUNDING OF ABORTI-ONS; provided in this subsection. issue is located for the calendar year im- enacted by a majority vote of the legisla- days, the justice shall be deemed con- commission's hearing panel. CONSTRUCTION OF ABORTION
S(i) The legislature, by general law ad
sujcmocniiosseiidte e i ely preceding January I of the tors present. firmed. If the senate votes to not con- (1) The supreme court may accept, RIGHTS.-,mypoii h osdrto fteyar the homestead is established. The Under current law, the Governor ap- firm the appointment, the spreme court reject, or modify in whole or in part the
foll oiin the determeration of the additional exemption shall apply for a pc- points a justice of the Supreme Court judicial nominating commission shall findings, conclusions, and recommenda- Ballot Summary: This proposed amendases value of ea prpermntyone orh riod of 5 years or until the year the prop- from a list of nominees provided by a reconvene as though a new vacancy had tions of the commission and it may or- merit provides that public funds may rasesdetialpuerproe se o erty is sold, whichever occurs first. The judicial nominating commission, and occurred but may not renominate ny der that the justice or judge be subjected not be expended for any abortion or for
esdntalprpse:amount of the additional exemption shall appointments by the Governor are not person whose prior appointment to fill the to appropriate discipline, or be removed health-benefits coverage that includes
(1 Ay hageorimroemntmaebe reduced in each subsequent year by an subject to confirmation. This revision re- same vacancy was not confirmed by the from office with termination of compen- coverage, of abortion. This prohibition for the purpose of improving the proper- amount equal to 20 percent of the amount quires Senate confirmation of a justice of senate. The appointment of a justice is ef- sation for willful or persistent failure does not apply to an expenditure required ty's resistance to wind damage. of the additional exemption received in the Supreme Court be 'fore the appointee fective upon confirmation by the senate. to perform judicial duties or for other by federal law, a case in which a woman
ergy soure dinsaltonc e.eal n the year the homestead was established can take office .If the Senate votes not Ce(d There shall be a separate judicial conduct unbecoming a member of the suffers from a physical disorder, physi0)() Te ssesmnt f he olowig by an amount equal to the difference to confirm the appointment, the judicial nominating commission as provided by judiciary demonstrating a present unfit- cal injury, or physical illness that would
)()Teassmnoftefloigbetween the just value of the property and nominating commission must reconvene gnrlawortesrmeouon ess to hold office, or be involuntarily place her in danger of death unless an
baeuorkng wterrnt ue h prop-rissalb the assessed value of the property deter- and may not renominate any person fo. each district court of appeal, and one retired for any permanent disability that abortion is performed, or a case of rape baed pnth uretue fterp mined under Section 4(d), whichever is whose prior appointment to fill the same for each judicial circuit for all trial courts seriously interferes with the performance or incest.
a. an usd redmianty or om reater. Not more than one exempion vacancy was not confirmed by the Sen- Within the circuit. Uniform rules of pro- of judicial duties. Malafides, scienter or This proposed amendment provides a fisn pupse s.mnntyfrcm provided under this subsection shall be ate. For the purpose of confirmation, the cedure shall be established by the judicial moral turpitude on the part of a justice or that the State Constitution may not be b.Lad ht s ccsibe o h pblcallowed per homnestead prope-rty at one Senate may meet at any time. If the Sen- nominating, i-ommissions at eacnh level of judge shall not be required for removal interreted to create broader rights to

stating the percentage of the veteran's of such property is greater than twenty- who is partially or totally permanently MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE Resolution 201.2-40 Tentative
service-connected disability and such five thousand dollars but less than fift disabled shall receive a discount from the FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- Budget' I Th T eI evidence that reasonably identifies the thousand dollars. amount of the ad valorem tax otherwise TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE Resolution 2012-41 Tentative
L ega N f DeS disability as combat related, and a copy (2) A county or municipality may, for owed on homestead property the veteran DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF Millage MSTU Rate
Li of the veteran's honorable discharge. If the purposes of its respective tax levy, owns and resides in if the disability was THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Resolution 2012-42 Tentative
F g o fn e the property appraiser denies the request provide additional tangible personal combat related, the veteran was a resident All other creditors of the decedent MSTU Budget
for a discount, the appraiser must notify property tax exemptions by ordinance, of this state at the time of entering the mil- and persons having claims or demands 9. Commissioners Reports (Continued from Page 9) the applicant in writing of the reasons subject to this subsection and as provided itary service of the United States, and the against the estate of the decedent must 10. Old Business/New Business
for the denial, and the veteran may reap- in general law veteran was honorably discharged upon file their claims with this court WITHIN 11. Public Participation
or other support except as required by ply. The Legislature may, by general law, (f) There shallI be granted an ad valorem separation from military service. The THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 12. Adjourn
the First Amendment to the United States waive the annual application requirement tax exemption for real property dedicated discount shall be in a percentage equal OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF "Persons with disabilities requestConstitution, and deleting the prohibition in subsequent years. This subsection shall in perpetuity for conservation purposes, to the percentage of the veteran's per- THIS NOTICE. i .ng reasonable accommodations to paragainst using revenues from the public take effect December 7, 2006, is self-ex- including real property encumbered by manent, service-connected disability as ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS ticipate in the proceeding should contact treasury directly or indirectly in aid of ecuting, and does not require impleme~nt- perpetual conservation easements or by determined by the United States Depart- NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME (352)463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via any church, sect, or religious denomnina- ing legislation. other perpetual conservation protections, ment of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION Florida Relay Service (800)955-8771."
tion or in aid of any sectarian institution. (f) By general law and subject to con- as defined by general law. the discount granted by this subsection, 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a per.ditions and limitations specified therein, (g) By general law and subject to the an applicant must submit to the county WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. son decides to appeal any decisions made Full Text: the Legislature may provide ad valorem conditions 'Specified therein, each person property appraiser, by March '1, proof of NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME by the Commission with respect to any
ARTICLE I tax relief equal to the total amount or a who receives a homestead exemption residency at the time of entering military PERIODS SET FOR ABOVE, ANY matter considered at said hearing, that
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS portion of the ad valorem tax otherwise as provided in section 6 of this article; service, an official letter from the United CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR person will need a record of the proceedSECTION 3. Religious freedom.- owed on homestead property to the: who was a member of the United States States Department of Veterans Affairs MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S igadta o uhproe htpr
There shall be no law respecting the es- (1) Surviving spouse of a veteran military or military reserves, the United stating the percentage of the veteran's DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. son may need to insure that a verbatim tablishment of religion or prohibiting or who died from service- connected causes States Coast Guard or its reserves, or the service-connected disability and such John M. Wagner record is made, which record includes the penalizing the free exercise thereof. Re- while on active duty as a member of the Florida National Guard; and who was evidence that reasonably identifies the Florida Bar No. 249191 .testimony and evidence upon which the ligious freedom shall not justify practices United States Armed Forces. deployed during the preceding calendar disability as combat related, and a copy P.O. Box 1477apelitbeasd inconsistent with public morals, peace, or (2) Sur-4iving spouse of a first re- Year on active duty outside the continen- of the veteran's honorable discharge. If High Springs, FL 32665 apeli ob ae. BOARD OF
safety. Except to the extent required by sponder who died in the line of duty. tal United States, Alaska, or Hawaii in the property appraiser denies the request 386-454-1900 COUNTY COMMvISSIONERS
the~irst Amendment to the United States (3) As used in this subsection and as support of military operations designated for a discount, the appraiser must notify Jolene C. Small GILCHRIST COUNTY,
Constitution. neither the g-overnment nor further defined by general law, the term: by the legislature shall receive an addi- the applicant in writing of the reasons 2349 NW 46th Street FLORIDA
any agent of the government may deny a. "First responder" means a law en- tional exemption equal to a percentage of for the denial, and the veteran may reap- Bell, FL 32619 TOMMY LANGFORD,
to any individual of entity the benefits of forcement officer, a correctional officer, athe taxable value of his or her homestead ply. The Legislature may, by general law, Pub. August 23, 30, 201.2b. CHAIRMAN
any prop-rain, funding, or other support firefighter, an emergency medical techni- property. The applicable percentage shall waive the annual application requirement ATTEST:
on the basis of religious identity or belief. cian, or a paramedic, be calculated as the number of days dur- in subsequent years. This subsection shall JOSEPH W. GILLIAM, CLERK OF
Neteere f the. stt or an polit..l b. "In the line of duty" means aig ing the preceding calendar year the per- take effect December 7, 2006, is self-ex- TOWN OF BELL COURT
stibdivison or agne thro shall evrout of and in the actual performance of son was deployed on active duty outside ecuting, and does not require implement- BELL TOWN COUNCIL Pub. August 30, 2012b.
be taken from the. public teaur diee duty required by employment as a first the continental United States, Alaska, or ing legislation. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
m iniecl in id o~f ary chirh see.t, Orresponder. Hawaii in support of military operations Bell Town Monthly Council Meeting will
reiiu deonnto or ink ai f an.y ARTICLE XII designated by the legislature divided by NO. 12 be at Bell Town Hall, 3240 W. Railroad IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
setrif insitito SCHEDULE the number of days in that year. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Lane, 'Bell, Florida, Thursday, September THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SECTION 32. Ad valorem tax relief ARTICLE XII ARTICLE IX, SECTION 7 6,2012 at 6:00 p.m. IN AND FOR GILCHR[ST COUNTY,
No. 9 for surviving spouses of veterans who SCHEDULE (Legislative) AGENDA FLORIDA
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT died from service-connected causes and SECTION 32. Tangible personal prop- Thursday, September 6, 2012 6:00 Case No: 21-2012-CA-03
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 first responders who died in the line of ea.y ad valorem tax exmption.-The Ballot Title: APPOINTMENT OF p.m. Historici Train Depot Town Hall ONEWEST BANK, FSB,
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32 duty.-This section and the amendffent amendment to Secton 3 of Article VII STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT TO Town Council Meeting Plaintiff,
(Legislative) to Section 6 of Article VII permitting the providing that property is exempt from BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE A. Call to order V.
legislature to provide ad valorem tax re- tangible personal property tax if the as- STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM- Invocation Flag UNKNOWN HEIRS AND{[
Ballot Title: HOMESTEAD PROP- lief to surviving spouses of veterans who sessed value of such property is greater B. Consent Items BENEFICIARIES OF THE ESTATE OF
ERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR SUR- died from service-connected causes and than twenty-five thousand dollars but less Ballot Summary: Proposing an 1. Adoption of September 6, LESLIE M. KIDD A.K.A. LESLIE MAE
VIVING SPOUSE OF MILITARY first responders who died in the line of than fift thousand dollars shall take ef- amendment to the State Constitution to 2012 Agenda KIDD, et al,
VETERAN OR FIRST RESPOND- duty shall take effect Januga 1, 2013. fect Januar 1, 2013. and applies to As- replace the president of the Florida Stu- .2. Approval of August 2, 2012Dendts
ER.- sessments for tax years beginning on or dent Association with the chair of the MinutesNO. 10 after Januar 1, 2013. council of state university student body 3. Approval of Expenditures forNOIEF RCLSZ AE
Ballot Summary: Proposing an CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT presidents as the student member of the August 2012 NOTICE OF ACTION
amendment to the State Constitution to ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3 NO. 11 Board of Governors of the State Univer- 4. Approval of Financial TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS AND OR
authorize the Legislature to provide by ARTICLE X11, SECTION 32 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT sity System and to require that the Board Statements for August 2012 BENEFICIARIES OF THE EST-ATE
gene ral law ad valorem homestead prop- (Legislative) ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6 of Governors organize such council of C. Scheduled Reports and Citizen OF LESSIE M. KI3DD A/K/A/ LESSILE
erty tax relief to the surviving spouse of (Legislative) state university student body presidents. Request MAE~ KJDD
a military veteran who died from service- Ballot Title: TANGIBLE PERSONAL D. Other Agencies LAST ADDRESS UNKNOWN
connected causes while on active duty PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION.- Ballot Title: ADDITIONAL HOME- Full Text: 1. Diane Rondolet Code CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
or to the surviving spouse of a first re- STEAD EXEMPTION; LOW-INCOME ARTICLE IX Enforcement -DEBBIE BEAUCHAMP
sponder who died in the line of duty. The Ballot Summary: Proposing an SENIORS WHO MAINTAIN LONG- EDUCATION E. Business LAST ADDRESS UNKNOWN
amendment authorizes the Legislature to amendment to the State Constitution to: TERM RESIDENCY ON PROPERTY; SECTION 7. State University Sys- 1. David Lang, Jr. Town CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
totally exempt or partially exempt such (l)Provide an exemption from ad va- EQUAL TO ASSESSED VALUE.- tem.- Attorney ROBERT J. BEAUCHAMP
surviving spouse's homestead property lorem, taxes levied by counties, munici- (a) PURPOSES. In order to achieve 2. Thomas Brown Town LAST ADDRESS UNKNOWN
from ad valorem taxation. The amend- palities, school districts, and other local Ballot Summary: Proposing an excellence through teaching students, Mayor CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
ment defines a first responder as a law en- governments on tangible personal prop- amendment to the State Constitution to advancing research and providing public 3. Dan Cavanah Town NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
forcemnent officer, a correctional officer, erty if the assessed value of an owner's authorize the Legislature, by general law service for the benefit of Florida's citi- Manager .pursuant to the Default Final Judgment a firefighter, an emergency medical tech- tangible personal property is greater than and subject to conditions set forth in the zens, their communities and economies, 4. Michelle Rose Town Clerk' of foreclosure dated June 19, 2012 and nician, or a paramedic. This amendment $25,000 but less than $50,000. This new general law, to allow counties and mu- the people hereby establish a system of 5. Iris Roberts Council entered in Case No. 21-2012-CA-03 of shall take effect January 1, 2013. exe mption, if approved by the voters, will nicipalities to grant an additional home- governance for the state university sys- President the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
take effect on January 1, 2013, and apply stead tax exemption equal to the assessed tem of Florida. 6. Ray Sanders Council Vice ,Circuit, in and for Gilchrist County,
Full Text: to the value of homestead property if the prop- (b) STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM. President Florida, wherein ONEWEST BANK,
ARTICLE VII 2013 tax roll and subsequent tax rolls. erty has a just value less than $250,000 to There shall be a single state university 7. Larry-Sutton Coujicil FSB is the Plaintiff and UNKNOWN
FINANCE AND TAXATION (2) Authorize a county or municipality an owner who has maintained permanent system comprised of all public universi- Member -HEIRS AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE
for the purpose of its respective levy, and residency on the property for not less ties. A board of trustees shall administer 8. Kenny Bass Council ESTATE OF LESLIE M. KIDD A.K.A. SECTION 6. Homestead exemp- as provided by general law, to provide than 25 years, who has attained age 65, each public university and a board of Member LESLIE MAE KIDD, et al, are the
tions.- tangible personal property tax exemp- and who has a low household income as governors shall govern the state univer- 9. Hugh Sanders. Council Defendants. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
(a) Every person who has the legal or tions by ordinance, defined by general law. sity system. Member an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on
equitable title to real estate and maintains This is in addition to other statewide (c) LOCAL BOARDS OF TRUSTEES. F. Old Business the following described property:
thereon the permanent residence of the tangible personal property tax exemp- Full Text: Each local constituent university shall be G. New Business Begin at the Southeast corner of
owner, or another legally or naturally de- tions provided by the Constitution and ARTICLE VII administered by a board of trustees con- H. Review of Future Agenda the Southeast 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of
pendent upon the owner, shall be exempt this amendment. .FINANCE AND TAXATION 'sisting of thirteen members dedicated to Items section 28, Township 10 South, Range
from'taxationthereon; except assessments ..........' SECTION 6. H 6ffi~stind exemp- the 'purposes of the state univdrsity'sys- ., Unschedbltbd 0itf6si~equest it ltk idd iii, Aith 00-19,13"~
for special benefits,, pp to the assessed Full Text: tions.- 'tern. The board of governors shall estab- 'J'Adjourn-~ W~.est, 30-feet;-thene,' run South
valuation of twenty-five thousand dolI- ARTICLE VII (a) Every person who has the legal or lish the powers and duties'of the boards PLEASE BE ADVISED that if a 89058'06"~ West, 847.32 feet to the
lars and, for all levies other than school FINANCE AND TAXATION equitable title to real estate and maintains of trustees. Each board of trustees shall person decides to appeal any decision point of beginning. Thence run north
district levies, on the assessed valuation thereon the permanent residence ot the consist of six citizen members appointed made by the council, with respect to any 00016'3111 West, 274 feet; thence run
greater than fifty thousand dollars and up SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.- owner, or another legally or naturally de- by the governor and five citizen members matter considered at such meeting, he or South 89*5810611 West, 159 feet; thence to seventy-five thousand dollars, upon es- (a) All property owned by a municipal- pendent upon the owner, shall be exempt appointed by the board of governors. The she will need a record of the proceedings, run South 00*16'3111 East, 274 feet; tablishment of right thereto in the manner ity and used exclusively by it for munici- from taxation thereon, except assessments appointed members shall be confirmed by and that, for such purpose, he or she may thence run North 89*5810611 East, 159 prescribed by law. The real estate may pal or public purposes shall be exempt for special benefits, up to the assessed the senate and serve staggered terms of need to ensure that a verbatim record of feet to the point of beginning. All ling be held by legal or equitable title, by the from taxation. A municipality, owning valuation of twenty-five thousand dpI- five years as provided by law. The chair the proceedings is made, which record and being in Gilchrist County, Florida entireties, jointly, in common, as a condo- property outside the municipality, may be lars and, for all levies other than school of the faculty senate, or the equivalent, includes the testimony and evidence has been filed against you and you areminium, or indirectly by stock ownership required by general law to make payment district levies, on the assessed valuation and the president of the student body of upon which the appeal is based. Persons required to serve a copy of your written or membership representing the owner's 'to the taxing unit in which the property greater than fifty thousand dollars and up the university shall also be members, with disabilities requesting reasonable defenses, if any, to it, on Marshall C: or member's proprietary interest in a cor- is located. Such portions of property as to seventy-five thousand dollars, upon es- (d) STATEWIDE BOARD OF GOV- accommodations to participate in this Watson, P.A.,Attorney for plaintiff, whose poration owning a fee or a leasehold ini- are used predominantly for educational, tablishment of right thereto in the manner ERNORS. The board of governors shall proceeding should provide written notice address is 1800 NW 49th STREET, tially in excess of ninety-eight years. The literary, scientific, religious or charitable prescribed by law. The real estate may be a body corporate consisting of seven- to Dan Cavanali, Town of Bell Town SUITE 120, F. LAUDERDALE, FL exemption shall not apply with respect to purposes may be exempted by general be held by legal or equitable title, by the teen members. The board shall operate, Manager, 3240 West Railroad Lane, Bell, 33309 on or before September 27, 2012,-a any assessment roll until such roll is first law from taxation. entireties, jointly, in common, as a condo- regulate, control, and be fully responsible Florida 32619, telephone number 352- date which is within thirty (30) days after
determined to be in compliance with the (b) There shall be exempt from taxa- minium, or indirectly by stock ownership for the management of the whole univer- 463-6288, at least 48 hours prior to said the first publication of the Notice and file provisions of section 4 by a state agency tion, cumulatively, to every head of a or membership representing the owner's sity system. These responsibilities shall meeting. the original with the Clerk of this Court
designated by general law. This exemp- family residing in this state, household or member's proprietary interest in a cor- include, but not be limited to, defining the Dan Cavanah either before service on the Plaintiff's tion is repealed on the effective date of goods and personal effects to the value poration owning a fee or a leasehold ini- distinctive mission of each constituent Town Manager attorney or immediately thereafter;
any, amendment to this Article which fixed by general law, not less than one tially in excess of ninety-eight years. The university and its articulation with free Pub. August, 30, 2012b. otherwise a default will be entered provides for the assessment of homestead thousand dollars, and to every widow or exemption shall not apply with respect to public schools and community colleges, 'against you for the relief demanded in the property at less than just value. widower or person who is blind or totally any assessment roll until such roll is first ensuring the well-planned coordination -complaint.
(b) Not more than one exemption shall and permanently disabled, property to the determined to be in compliance with the and operation of the system, and avoiding NOTICE OF MEETING WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of be allowed any individual or family unit value fixed by general law not less than provisions of section 4 by a state agency wasteful duplication of facilities or pro- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, the this Court on 2Qth day of Angust, 2012. or with respect to any residential unit. No five hundred dollars. designated by general law. This exemp- grams. The board's management shall be Gilchrist County Board of County Coin- JOSEPH W. GILLIAM
exemption shall exceed the value of the (c) Any county or municipality may, tion is repealed on the effective date of subject to the powers of the legislature to missioners, in and for Gilchrist County, GILCHRIST COUNTY CLERK OF real estate assessable todthe owner or, in for the purpose of its respective tax levy any amendment to this Article which appropriate for the expenditure of funds, Florida, will hold a Regular Meeting on COURT
csoforsi through stock or m- anujctth proison othsu- prvie for the assssen of homestead- an th bor shal aconouhe- Thursday, Setme 6, 202 at3I u.Ags,30-etme ,21b

r~1Any person claiming an interest in the PLAT OF WESTLAKE WOODS V 1N surplus from the sale, if any, other than SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN
F ~e al (D e,9 the property owner as of the date of the PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 21 OF THE
Confinuei Lis Pendens must file a-claim within PUBLIC RECORDS OFGILCHRIST0/'
sixty (60) days after the sale. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
(Continued from Page 10) tWI TNESS MY HAND and the seal of This property is located at the Street MrCld W.B o n m .HewsfthBaitfih. Tnse;oebohrL rnc
this Court on August 24, 2012. address of: 6379 SE County Rd 337, A~ Cye' rwa.He as ofrv he Bapist wfeait Htnnessee ; ine rthrawhlren
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Joe Gilliam Newberry, FL 32669. H ssrie yhswfMr oto im;nn rncide
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Clerk of the Circuit Court Any person claiming an interest in the Mr. Clyde W. Brown, 59, of Harris Dees of near Branford, three and 16 great-grandchildren.
AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, By: L. Ayers surplus from the sale, if any, other than Brooksville, passed away at his home sons; Jed (Sue) Dees of Branford, Burial will be held on September
FLORIDA Deputy Clerk the property owner ais of the date of the with his family by his side. Born in Bob Dees (Peggy) of High Springs, 1, 2012, at 11 a.m. graveside at BethCIVIACTON SEAL Li Pedensmus fie a lai wihinBatavia, New York, to Thomas Arlen, Bill Dees of Newberry and a daugh- el Church of Christ. Followed by a
CASE NO. 21-2012-CA-0017 pub. August 30, September 6, 2012b. sixty (60) days after the sale. Sr. and Beverly (Pangrazio) Brown ter, Dee (Steve) Bivens of St. Augus- covered dish dinner for family at Bell CAPITAL CITY BANK, WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of tn.Secide:BbWlrn(u ats hrhFlosi al
Plaintiff, ~~~~this Court on August 24, 2012. in 1953, he moved from' New York to tine Stphlrnlo adoA-BpitCu
vs.ntff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Joe Gilliam Levy County in 1989 then relocated relia) of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Inleoflwrsmmoasmy
JOSEPH W. ALVORD; J. W. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Clerk of the Circuit Court to Brooksville in 2001. Clyde wasShw adrnoBafrJdibmdetteAglHmeelh&
ALVbRD, INC., a Florida corporation; AND FOR GILCHiRIST COUNTY, By: L. Ayers of the Baptist faith. He worked for. (Ken) Hays of San Diego, California; Hospice, 170 Church Street, FrankBHARE WHOLE, L.P., a Nevada FLORIDA Deputy Clerk Tampa Steel and Erecting Company 1.5 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchil- lin, NC 28734.
limited partnership; BLUE WATER CiVILACTION (SEAL) for 11 years. He enjoyed'CIB radios, dren; two nephews; and four nieces. Bryant-Grant Funeral Home, is in
BROTHERS, LLC, a Nevada Limited CASE NO. 21-2011 -CA-000 117 pub. August 30, September 6, 2012b. Nascar, hunting and fishing. In lieu of flowers, donations can charge of arrangements.
liability company; and JOHN DOE 1 and GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC He is preceded in death by his be made to Hospice of the Nature Online condolences may be made
OCCUPANTS); and JOHN DOE 2 and MORTAGE CORPORATION) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN broher JaeLBonC ast, 857y SW Main5 orv ute by visitionwwbatgrnferJANE DOE 2, (UNKNOWN TENANTS/ Plaintiff, AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, He is survived by his sons, Da- 125, LakMeety 3225orters Cen4 hmeco
OCCUPANTS), VS. FLORIDA vid E. (Kathy) Brown and John C.tefoMvmntDsrr,340_ _____Defendant(s). RHONDA A. KENT; MATTHEW E. CASE NO.: 21-2012-CA-00078 Brown, both of Brooksville, his Hull Road, 4th floor, Gainesville, FL
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE CONNELLY; UNKNOWN SPOUSE CAPITAL CITY BANK, a Florida parents Thomas A., Sr. and Beverly 32607 (Parkinson's Disease).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- OF RHONDA A. KENT; UNKNOWN banking corporation, .Brown of Chiefland; sisters Wendy The service. will take place at the
ant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Fore- SPOUSEOFMAUTHEWE. CONNELLY; Plaintiff, E. Brown and Pamela Parise, both Riverside Baptist Church NW Ave.
closure dated AUGUST 23, 2012, and UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN vs. of Chiefland, and Linda Jean (Rick) With a long-time family friend, Pasentered in Case No. 21-2012-CA-0017 of TENANT #2; ALL OTHER UNKNOWN WELLINGTON HUAMAN-CHAVEZ, Foley of Riverview; brother Thomas tor O.E. Boals, and Pastor Arnold
the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS By, a single man, A., Jr. (Debbie S.) Brown of Spring O'steen on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at
Circuit in and for GILCHRIST County, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST Defendants. Hl;adhstregadhlrn 1 0am
Florida wherein CAPITAL CITY BANK, A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO NOTICE OF SALE Hilrl; adhsetrie grnilren 11:00saam,
is Plaintiff and JOSEPH W. ALVORD; j. ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that uner0 0,al srvice will be Thursy
W. ALVORD, INC., a Florida corpora- OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME the undersigned clerk of the circuit court Ag 0 02 t1:0pm tHes
tion; BHARE WHOLE, L.P., a Nevada UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM of Gilchrist County, Florida will on the Baxley Funeral Services with Pastor
limited partnership; BLUE WATER AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, 19th day of November, 2012, at 11:00 am Glen Keller officiating. Visitation BROTHERS, LLC, a Nevada limited 1i- DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER at the south door of the Gilchrist county will be one hour prior to the service .
ability company; and JOHN DOE 1 and CLAIMSANTS, courthouse in Trenton, Florida, offer for at 11:00 a.m.
JANE DOE 1 (UNKNOWN TENANTS! Defendant(s). sale and sell at public outcry to the highest In lieu of flowers, donations may
OCCUPANTS); and JOHN DOE 2 and NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE and best bidder for cash, the following be made in Mr. Brown's memory
JANE DOE 2, (UNKNOWN TENANTS! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- described property situate in Gilchrist to Florida Cancers Specialist & Re- .
OCCUPANTS) are the Defendants, I will suant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage County and Levy County, Florida: search Institute. Mrs.Rb Beatrice Rees
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash Foreclosure dated AUGUST 23, 2012 and LOT 2, COUNTY LINE PINES, a Rubymet r udrte aeo
at SOUTH DOOR OF THE GILCHRIST entered in Case No. 21-2011-CA-000117 subdivision, according to the Plat thereof Arneet r ne h aeo COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT. 11:00 of the Circuit Court of the EIGH-TH Ju- filed in Plat Book 3, Page 91, of the Public Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services. AMrs. Ruby Beatrice
AM, on the 24th day of September, 2012, dicial Circuit in and for GILCHRIST Records of Gilchrist County, Florida and _________~~-Rees the following described property as set County, Florida wherein GMAC MORT- LOT 70, BLOCK 10, Fanning Springs
fot intr id Fiamnt acri gto AGET LLC THE is Pli CffadONDALY Annex Subdivision, according to the Plat Mr. Spurgeon Cheek, .,Mrs. Ruby Rees, 87, of Williston,
Lo 6 Hntr CseFana ccrdngtoA KNT MTTE E CNNLL;thereof filed in Plat Book 3, Page 3 1 of the -passed away on Thursday, Aug. 23,
the plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RHONDA A. Public Records of Levy County, Florida. Jr. 2012.
3, Page(s) 8, Public Records of Gilchrist KENT; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MAT- .TOGETHER WITH a 1989 Hart DW Br eebr3,12,i
County, Florida. THEW E. CONNELLY; UNKNOWN Mobile Home bearing Serial Numbers Mr. Spurgeon Cheek, Jr., 81, of Miss BDtteChitiaGansvl e, Floid she 4 wasth
TOGETHER WITH a 1996 TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT N84219A and N84219B. MsBrtayChitnGaesleFodsewste
SADD single wide mobile home #2; ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PAR- WITNESS my hand and official seal of Cross City, went to be with the Lord Hickman only child of Walter Dobbins and
'VIN#FLFLS70A23362SB21 TIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, said Court this 24th day of August, 2012. on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012.. Ruby McDonald. She lived with her
and THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST "Persons with disabilities request- Spurgeon Cheek, Jr. was born. in i s Brittany grandparents, Samuel DeShields McBEGIN AT THE SOUTHEAST A NAMED DEFENDANT(S) WHO ing reasonable accommodations to par- Cross City, February 15, 193 1, to *Donald and Laura Lola McDonald,
CORNER OF SOUTHWEST ONE ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD ticipate in the proceeding should contact Spurgeon Sr. and Josephine Cheek; Christina Hickman spending her childhood years at the
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME UN- (352)463-3169 (Voice & TDD) or via He graduated from Dixie County family dairy on the edge of Payne's
ONE QUARTER OF SECTION 28, KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN Florida Relay Service (800)955-877 1." High School and the University of Miss Brittany Christina Hickman, Prairie. She graduated with honors
TOWNASHHIP STH RAUNGYEIEES GANSOUES, OROHER Pb:Ags30Setmr6,22b Florida with a degree in pharmacy. 17, of Chiefland passed away in from Seabreeze High School, Day15OREA, GALCHRTUNNOTY, DEVIMESANT ES, ORe OTHE Defedant,_I__wil He proudly served his country in the Gainesville on August 23, 2012. tona Beach, where she met and later
00'19'18"~ WEST 30 FEET; THENCE sell to the highest and best bidder for cash IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN United States Marine Corps. Mr. Brittany was a student at Chiefland married, her childhood sweetheart, RUN SOUTH 89058'06"~ WEST at SOUTH DOOR OF THE GILCHRIST AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY, Cheek owned and operated Cheek High School. She loved to draw and William James "Bill" Rees.
320.22 FEET TO THE POINT OF COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT 11:00 FLORIDA Pharmacy for 50 years. He was a swim and always had a way of mak- She traveled with Bill, an air force
BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH AM, on the 22 day of October, 2012, the CASE NO.: 2012CA0019 member of Bethel Baptist Church in ing everyone she was around smile. pio nIiltendfthwaadltr
000'16'3 1" WEST 274 FEET; THENCE following described property as set forth WELLS FARGO BANK Trenton. She is survived by her mother, Pat- potntil he en omercad plt
RUN SOUTH 89'58'06"~ WEST in said Final Judgment: MINNESOTA, NATIONAL He was preceded in death by his sy Hickman of Chiefland; her broth-lies.Seucsflypatrd
159 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH LOT 2, OF WESTLAKE WOODS ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE brteToa, Corey Allmon of Adel, Georgia; ithenhs ban inShe s le parnede001~1~EAST, 249.11 FEET TO A SUBDIVISION, AS PER PLAT FOR FIRST FRANKLIN He is survived by his wife, Mildred grandmother, Betty Minton of Chief- velopment of real estate in Citrus,
CURVE; THENCE RUN ON CURVE THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST Cheek, of Cross City; children, Bren- land;, aunt, Jennifer Curry of Chief- Lake and Levy Counties and retired
SOUTHERLY, BEING CONCAVE BOOK 2, PAGE 21, PUBLIC 2003-FFHI ASSET BACKED ea(hi)Hrwl fGievle ln;an n nlToa n
OE N R TH, 4GEAST,8653 ,A HAVING, ALRD. UJC F Clayton (Jan) McCall of Tallahassee, Melody Hiclunan of Tampa; aosnd, S noe rvlnotnsed
CENTRAL ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n APGatric5~",A CUTY RD. UJC FH,(eog)Sp of Cross David Curry, Ryan Curry, Amanda
"R~ADIUS O]4 T 4AHORDi OF WQ,;IWT4)NG~ "I1BACK LINVIS, '-plaintiffi-, 1 .1d P-nc ing .entire summers h'ra~u

FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT; LINE 15'1 FEET, BACK SIDE 20 Kimberly Leggett, Larry Mussel White, well of Gainesville, Amy McCall of She also leaves behind many, many cruising, or at their mountain home
THENCE RUN NORTH 89058'06" FEET AND UTILITY EASEMENT Bank of America, N.A., a National Cross City, Curtis and Patrick McCall friends, some of who were like fain- in North Carolina. Though small in
EAST 134.11 FEET To THE POINT LINES EACH SIDE LOT LINE Banking Association, of Tallahassee, Laura Sapp of Cross ily to her. stature, she would take on any big
DeednOtIC s L U ATT City, and Ivey Sapp of Cross City; There will be a visitation on Sun- adventure which included hunting,.
H untCE-s Pest Control, TO great-grandchildren, Liza Fowler of day, Aug. 26, 2012, from 5:00 P.m. boating and fishing. She spent many
H n Pe tC n r l Inc. NT CHIS ERB GIE5 ta Cross City, and Gracen, Wyatt and to 7:00 p.m. at the Hiers-Baxley days on the Gulf of Mexico and at
T E uneSige clERB of E theaitcut Huntley Hines of Cross City; sister, Funeral Home for family and close terhm nCdrKy
GET RID OF: of Gilchrist County, Florida will on the Joee es fJcsniladfins uea evcswl e In her later years, she spent time
Cockroaches 0 Waterbugs 0 German Roaches 8th day of October, 2012, at 11:00 am sister-in-law Martha Cheek of Live Monday, Aug. 27, at 10:00 a.m. at reading, working crossword puzzles,
nAnts and other Household Pests at the south door of the Gilchrist county Oak. Lighthouse Word Church on Alt. 27 spending time with her family and

WE DO TERMITE ~~~~~~courthouse in Trenton, Florida, offer Mr. Cheek loved his family, his in Chiefland. paigsrbl.Sewsa co.
WEDo TERMIT for sale and sell at public outcry to the church family at Bethel Baptist and Arrangements are under the care playing scrabble. Shaer waon accom-AD
INSPECTIONS highest and best bidder for cash, the friends. He also loved being a phar- of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services.plynmutleg eswhhrciP hone 493-1051 following described property situate in macist and serving his community. Online condolences mai esnnrnnie h il odyb e
4 9 3 4 7 Gilch rst County, Florida:Fu e a s rv c s w e h ld o through our website at www.hiers- e re d byln She wl f i ly s a w rm ,

"We send 'em packing!" Lots 68 and 79 of Kushmer addition Wdedy u.2,21,a 10 alycr
to ~ ~~ am the TonotelacrighoteWd esdy Aug. 29, in 201,utn1:0raleco gentle and beautiful woman who almap or plat thereof, recorded in Plat a~.a h ikGoigFnrlways had a smile and a hug to share. Book 1, Page 19, of the Public Records Home Chapel with Rev. James Jack- She approached. life's difficulties
of Gilchirst County, Florida. son and Rev, Jake Cravey officiating. with grace and courage, even'through
Street Address: 1110 Kushmer Interment will follow at the Cross .a painful and disabling illness.
1I6 IR EI 1R .Street, Bell, FL 32619 City Cemetery. A visitation was held She is survived by her loving husand all fixtures and personal property at the funeral home at 10:00 a.m. onbado69yrsWlimJme IRlocated therein or thereon, which are Wednesday, one hour prior to the ser- b.Reand ofou children, illya (Shea
include.sscrt i litf' vice. Rees, of Williston, Virginia. (Steve)
mortgage.I I- In lieu of flowers, the family has 'o~ fOid. id Dvd


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Please. call 352-949-4510 or 352-949- HAY FOR SALE: Large rolls, highly church) 1/2 mile on right. Many colors, ing the management and daily operation tion or questions, contact the Transporta- (352) 215-1018. www.LandOwnerFi6897. fertilized, net wrapped, weed free. Coastal size & styles of marble & granite to of departments or activities of Fire Ser- tion Department at (352) 463-3230.
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Following a one-year, multi-coun- Keith Allan Kazwell, 26, of Live Oak and abetting attempted murder, home ty investigation of armed robberies were each arrested and charged with invasion robbery, aggravated battery and burglaries in Lafayette and Su- one count each of attempted murder, with a deadly weapon, burglary of a
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Tigrs efet Hmilon outy I'Back to School Coloring Contest i

in Preseason Classic
By John M. Ayers a stronger and much improved both teams that closed out this game.*The Trenton Tigers opened their offensive front for 142 yards on 14 The Tigers will welcome the
2012 campaign Friday night in carries for 3 touchdowns. Junior Lafayette County Hornets to TigersI Jasper to play the Hamilton County running back Kenny Deen rushed stadium Friday night for what is I
Trojans. for 100 yards, with one score on 14 expected to be the match up of theI
The Tigers, led by quarterback carries. week. v
Stephen Smith, were eager to get The Tigers' defense which is The Hornets in 2011 were runners 00V
things rolling in this 2012 season. expected to anchor the Tigers' run to a up to Jefferson- County in District 5 weapons as the Tigers escaped with opening season outing as they limited solid leaders that are expected to takeS a 28-14 win. Cedric Stokes, senior the Trojans to 11 yards of offense in the traditional small school team into 0 running back and safety, set the level the fi rst 3 quarters. The fourth period the 2012 post season. This game will
of play in this game as he ran behind featured the Junior Varsity players on kickoff at 7:30 p m.I

St. Francis' Lexie, Scott lifts C7

Wolves over Bell in overtime '"By John M. Ayers a physical football game. I was to a holding penalty. ./
It was a game that was tied at the concerned about the secondary and "The kid has a lot of heart," Gore0 end of regulation and Lexie Scott they exploited it and threw the ball said. "He's tough, he's gritty, and he ~ 0AJ 1
kicked the winning point that gave a lot on us tonight. That was great wants to help his teammates. We are ~"I,
St. Francis' a 42-41 kickoff classic practice for us. Those guys played a young football team." I ~
win. The sophomore girl kicker for hard back there in the secondary. I'm Bell will host Aucilla Christian the Wolves kept the home team in proud of the whole team. We played Academy Friday night with the celrticoy assespiEheurghsh rn pyl. kickof setd fow:3em The Gilchrist County Journal staff would like to encourage Gilchrist County students to get excited about the
Bell's junior running back Austin didn't give up, they didii't give up, start of the 2012-13 school year, by hosting a Back to School Coloring Contest.-Open to students ages 3 to, 8, the,~
Richey rushed for 296 yards and Wolves coach Matt Olesnevich said. Annual Su a n e IBack to School Coloring Contest will run until September 3. Winners will be* announced in. each age categoryN
five touchdowns. St. Frances senior "It came down to what everyone R v r' and featured in the September 6 issue of the newspaper. To enter, -color the picture above and fill out the accomquarterback Tommy Ferry passed wants in a game. We didn't have a R v r Foat Down I panying information:
for 228 yards with 102 yards in the good start, but we came back. Past fourth quarter completing 9-of-lO teams we might not have, we might draws 62 people Name: Age:
passes for five touchdowns. have folded. This team showed a lot t i ye rIPhone number:
The play-by-play recount of this of character."th sy a
first game of the 2012 season was The Bulldogs, 3-7 last year, only School:
a good kickoff for both teams. The threw the ball twice and ran it 55 submitted Grade:
coaches were pleased with the effort times, mostly behind Richey, who ran Five years ago it started out as the I Teacher's name: their players showed. for 1,036 yards last season. He would Gamble Family float down, then be"We want to win every time we -have topped the 300-yard mark easily came the Gamble/Sanford float down L. IN - - - -.
step on the field," Bell first-year but a 75-yard touchdown run early in as both sides of the families decided coach Adam Gore said. "We played the third period was called back due. to join together. From The Desk Of
Now it has just become the Suwan- G chitSeif Bobo, 11/4/1988, was arrested for for Domestic Battery, Resist Arrest
p 9neeRivr foaGdonlahfarlyme County Seif Violation of Probation Possession without Violence
bers invited their extended families, Daniel Slaughter of Less than 20 Grams of Cannabis On August 26, 2012, Phillip R
B then invited friends, who in turn in- On August 22, 2012, Antonio A. Grant, .6/19/1975, was arrested for
vited their friends. Weekly Sheriff's Report Reyes, 12/23/1971, was arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance
A* I This year there were 62. people For Week Ending Failure to Appear Harassing Phone without Prescription
A t m t v R e a floating down the river on floating August 27, 2012 Calls
CH E K U T IL R I ES chairs, tubs, rafts that held eight peo- On August 23, 2012, Charles
53 ~ W~1 pe wth cnop, o anthig tey On August 19, 2012, Damian Pere- Hodge Lloyd, 5/28/1993, was arrestC H L~ R i E R C S could find that would float. Many da, 10/6/1967, was arrested for Co- ed for Boating under the Influence of _____________ON THE FOLLOWING QUALITY BRAND NAMES were tied together as they floated for lumbia County Warrant Violation Alcohol or Drugs Cal WodadCrf in
over two hours. Some came from as of Probation Worthless Bank Check On August 25, 2012, June Manie______________" CONTINENTAL 0 TVASTERCRAFT far as Savannah, Georgia and River- On August 20, 2012, Cameron R. Dammyer, 6/19/1975, was arrested
GOODYEAR SUMMIT They started at the old KOA beach
and floated down under the old train /f
DEAN Toi-otrestle, then got out of the river at
DEAN Toyothe dock of Roger and Becky Sanford where they had a huge cookout
and later that night had a low shrimp
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1A7" r1AW b %_CJ1Everyone had a great time.
It is so great to see the little .ones,
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