Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: March 10, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The long-standing contro-
versy over management of
the Municipal Services
Taxing Unit at Compass
Lake in the Hills has
spawned a new proposal to
try and address it.
The Property Owners
Association there told the
county commission Tuesday
that it is proposing the sub-
division replace the existing,
county-controlled MSTU
with a "free-standing" ver-
sion.
The current MSTU func-
tions as a vehicle for the col-
lection of special taxes,
which are used to pay for
essential services within the
Compass Lake in the Hills
community.
The county has ultimate
control of the funds, but cur-
rently contracts with the
,POA as the manager of the
money.
State legislators would
have to vote to establish the
new taxing unit,' and doing
so would taking the county
out of the mix.
If an independent, free-
standing MSTU were estab-
lished, the subdivision could
function very much like a
small town, with an. elected
body making decisions for
the unit.
Some property owners
who live in the subdivision
say they're unhappy with
POA decisions.
The POA operates on a
one parcel, one voted sys-
tem. Some property owners
claim absentee owners with
multiple lots control deci-
sions from afar, with results
not always in the best inter-
ests of those who' actually
live there and have fewer
votes.
The POA will host an
informational meeting
Thursday at 6 p.m. to talk
more about how a different-
ly structured MSTU might
work. The POA has hired
Panama City-area attorney
Nevin Zimmerman to lead
the session, and walk the
community through the
process of seeking the
change.
The POA would hold a
referendum within the sub-
division to determine
whether the community
would want this to happen,
according to POA manager
John Laymon.
In that referendum, under
POA bylaws, each property
owner in the subdivision
would get one vote for each
parcel of land he or she
owns.
It is unclear whether the
one-lot, one-vote rule would
prevail in subsequent deci-
sions, if the alternative kind
of MSTU is established by
the state legislature.
Laymon,said many issues
will need to be ironed out,
before there is a vote on
whether to proceed with the
change.
Many of the topics, he
,said, should surface at.
Thursday's meeting.
In the midst of dissent
over MSTU management in
the past, the Jackson County
Commission had planned to
hire a consultant to study
how the existing unit func-
tions, but on Tuesday, the
commission tabled any
action. The POA requested
that delay until the commu-
nity could explore the possi-
ble change to a different
type of MSTU.


WEDNESDAY



Student in bus crash dies


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
CHATTAHOOCHEE The
student who was partially ejected
from a school bus in Monday's
accident near Chattahdochee has
died of her injuries.
Lt. Jim Corder of the Gadsden
County Sheriff's Office said
Deshirrne "Dee Dee" Murray, 15,
died of head and internal injuries
Tuesday around 5:30 p.m.
Central time, after being taken
off life support.
The crash off County Road
269A sent several students to the
hospital. Murray, the bus driver
and one other student were listed
in critical condition immediately
after the accident.
The driver was identified
Tuesday as 40-year-old Gretna
resident Timothy Kelly. He and
the other seriously injured stu-
dent were listed as having
improved to stable condition as
of early Tuesday evening.
No other additional informa-
tion was provided by Florida
Highway Patrol officials Tuesday
regarding the accident.
: Kelly and two students were
taken to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital with critical injures fol-
lowing the accident off County
Road 269A, also known as
Lincoln Drive. More than a half-
dozen other students were taken


Authorities on Tuesday released the name of the driver in this Gadsden County school bus crash
Monday afternoon. Mark Skinner / Floridan


to other hospitals with varying,
lesser degrees of injury.
Authorities said Monday that
none of those injuries appeared
life-threatening.
Murray was partially ejected as,
the fully loaded bus plowed into


the, woods and crashed shortly
after 2:15 p.m Central time.
Another student was briefly
'pinned under the driver, who had
to be removed from the bus with
a "jaws of life" tool.
Florida Highway Patrol Lt.


Ken Ellis said Monday it was not
known what caused the driver to
veer off the road, but speculated
it was likely due to the driver suf-
fering a-"health incident" 6r dis-
See STUDENT, Page 7A >


Sneads man held on drug charges


The Jackson County Drug Task Force seized thousands of dollars in cash and 14 pounds
of compressed marijuana in a gun cabinet at the home of Robert Merritt Bolds last week-
end, authorities say. He is charged with a drug offense in the case. Contributed photo


STAFF REPORT
A Sneads resident
posted bond Tuesday
fand awaits court
action, on the drug
charges leveled
against him by local
authorities last week.
Robert c Merritt
Bolds, 54, of 4296
Thuider Road, was
arrested last Robert Merritt
Saturday after inves-Bo d
tigators allegedly Bolds
found 14 pounds of
compressed marijuana inside a gun cabinet at
his home.
He is charged with possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute, according to a press
release from the Jackson County Drug Task
Force.
The seized marijuana has an estimated
street value of $17,000.
Authorities say they also found $12,000
cash in the cabinet, along with five guns.
Another firearm was found at another loca-
tion inside the residence, according to the
press release.
Bolds' case was one of the most recent in a
three-week barrage of activity by the task
See DRUG, Page 7A 1


GOP candidates campaign in Marianna
STAFF REPORT


Two Republican candidates looking to
unseat U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd, D-Monticello,
spoke Tuesday in Marianna at a meeting of
the Republican Club of Northwest Florida.
Although the luncheon appearance of
Eddie Hendr) and Ste\e Southerland was
billed as a debate between the GOP primary
contenders, there were few, if any, differences
in their platforms.
. Both said they think government is too big,
too meddlesome and too free with taxpayer
dollars, particularly under Democratic leader-
ship.
Both said they want legislators to be more
accountable to the people for their actions,
and say they're committed to the principle
themselves.
They both advocated business-friendly
policies, a rejection of "entitlement" spend-
ing, and more control for state and local gov-
ernment over many issues.


Steve Southerland


Downtown Marianna to wear the green Saturday


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
With hopes for nice weather
and a good crowd, the City of
Marianna is putting the final
touches on the its St: Patrick's


Day Celebration, set for this
Saturday.
Main Street Marianna. an
organization dedicated to down-
town area improvements and spe-
cial events for the city is plan-
ning for a celebration to remem-


ber, with the fun kicking off at 3
p.m. and going until 9 p.m. that
evening.
Madison and Market streets
will be filled this weekend with
the sounds from local band
Twenty on Red, along with ven-


dors selling a variety of foods,
and arts and crafts? For the little.
ones, the city has made arrange-
ments for inflatable bounce hous-
es and face painting booths.
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
-FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
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the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any' kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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Community Calendar events via e-
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Fees -may apply for wedding,
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announcements. Forms are avail-
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


March 10 Wednesday
Covenant Hospice- Patient and Family
Support Volunteer Training is 8. a.m. to 4
p.m. at 4440 Lafayette St., Suite. C, in
Marianna. Workshop is free and open to the
public. Food, drinks provided. No experience
required. To register, call 482-4820.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons; with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural -office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to. 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April 14.
.For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola Healthy Start Board of Directors,
meeting is 9 a.m. in the-One-Stop Career
Center board room in' Marianna.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free.
tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual. returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Other times available by appointment. For.
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Budgeting," is 10-11 a.m. each
Wednesday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in updating or acquiring addition-
al skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-
0326, to enroll.
Chipola Retirees meet for lunch, 11:30
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. All faculty, staff, spous-
es and friends are welcome. Call 526-3489.
Chipola College Theatre presents the
spring musical "Bye Bye Birdie," with a five-
day run beginning March 10, nightly at 7:30
p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets may be
purchased in Chipola Business Office, or by
phone at 718-2220.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


March 11 Thursday
* IFAS, the Florida Fish


and Wildlife


Conservation Commission, and National
Wild Turkey Federation sponsor- a free
Wildlife Management Workshop, 8:30' a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the IFAS Extension office in
Marianna, aimed toward small- to large-
acreage owners, but anyone is Welcome.
Lunch provided. -Call 482-9620 for registra-
tion details.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 3009 Fifth St. in
Marianna, is having a $2 Bag Sale (clothing
only), March 9, 11, 16 and 18, Tuesday and
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
The Jackson County School Board meets
at 4 p.m. for its regular board workshop, in
the board room of the JCSB offices. The reg-
ular board meeting is March 16, 4 p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services.contin-
ue Thursday evenings through April 15. For
an appointment, call 693-0873.
Expecting moms are invited to the
Jackson County Health Department Tobacco
Prevention and Healthy Start programs'
County-wide Baby Shower, 6-8 p.m. in the
Chipola College Continuing Education con-
ference room, for fun, games and prizes
(must be at least five months pregnant to be
eligible for prizes).
Marianna's Gathering,Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Thursday
of the month, 6 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill.
Cost is $10 per person. Door prizes. Call
526-4561.
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold a pub-
lic hearing, 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town
Hall, to read and discuss Proposed
Ordinance No. 2010-10 for Annexation, A
copy of the proposed ordinance can be
viewed during regular business hours at the
Grand Ridge Town Hall. The regular council
meeting for March will follow the public
hearing. Call 592-4621.
Chipola College Theatre's spring musical,
."Bye Bye Birdie," is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may
be purchased in Chipola Business Office, or
by phone at 718-2220.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First


United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

March 12 Friday
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
First Friday (on Second Friday) Power
Breakfast & Speaker Series 7-8:45 a.m..
in the Jackson County Agriculture
Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna..Speaker: Judy Randall, president
and CEO of Randall Travel Marketing Inc.,
which focuses on research for the
travel/tourism industry. Randall will lead a
joint workshop of the Jackson County
Board of County Commission and Jackson
County Tourist Development Council, 9-
10:30 a.m. The public is invited to observe
the workshop in the breakoutroom at the
north end of the Agriculture Conference
Center.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshops, "Employ Florida" (10-11 a.m.)
and "Resume Skills," (3:15-4:15 p.m.) are
offered each Friday in March. No cost for
individuals interested in updating or acquir-
ing additional skills. Contact the One-Stop
Center; 718-0326, to enroll.
The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. workshop, "Steps to Starting a
Small Business," is 1-4 p.m. in the upstairs
conference room of the Nearing Court
Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Cost: $20 per person, due in
advance. Reservations required; call 526-
4005. -Registration closes at 5 p.m. two
days before class.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Chipola College Theatre's spring musi-
cal, "Bye Bye Birdie," is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased in Chipola Business
Office, or by phone at 718-2220.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for
March 8, the latest avail-
able report: one suspi-
cious person, two physi-
cal distur-
bances, one :_-"--_
verbal dis- -' '
turbance, 16 .. -.--.
traffic stops, CR IME
one trespass- '
ing report, one juvenile
complaint, one noise dis-
turbahce, two assists of
another agency, one prop-
erty damage and three
public service calls.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
March 8, the latest avail-
able report: three aban-
doned vehicles, two sus-
picious vehicles, three
suspicious persons, one
highway obstruction, one
mental illness, one bur-
glary of a vehicle, two
verbal disturbances, one
drug offense, one shoot-
ing in the area report, 17
traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one criminal
mischief complaint, five


papers served, one civil
dispute, one trespassing
report, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one fraud report,
one child abuse report,
nine public service calls,
two transports, one threat
reported and one VIN ver-
ification.

JACKSON COUNTY.
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Danny Curry, 34,


3377 Highway 162,
Marianna, non-payment
of child support.
Nemorio Otero, 24,
1875 Henderson
Highway, Lawrenceville,
Ga., no valid driver's
license.
David Sweatt, 20,
4502 Carlo Lane, Lot 15,
Panama City, violation of
state probation.
Thomas Stoutamire,
50, 27180 NE Deerfield
Lane, Hosford, violation
of state probation.
Tommy Jackson, 18,
1469 Jays Trail, Grand
Ridge, violation of county


probation, possession of
methamphetamine, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
Danie Monfort, 46,
1287 Sanders Road, Lot
1A, Dothan, Ala., viola-
tion of conditional
release.

JAIL POPULATION:
223

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Berry time at Marianna High

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

March is here and brings with it
much excitement: spring break,
warmer days, daylight savings time ...
and strawberries.
Project Graduation 2010 is kicking
off its last fundraiser with the sale of
Wish Farm strawberries.
The farm is located in Plant City,
famous for its early crops of straw-
berries.
The deadline to turn in orders is
Monday, March 15. The strawberry
sale has been extremely popular in
the past, so organizers say it's impor-
tant to get orders in early.
Strawberries, selling for $15 per
12-pint flat, will arrive fresh on
March 19, and Marianna High School
seniors will be delivering them,
beginning pick-up at 7 a.m.
To order, contact any senior or par-
ent for information, or call Anne
Mathis at 526-3324 or 209-1507 or
Debbie Kelly at 209-2759.


100 years of Scouting commemorated


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On the i~orning of March
6. Pack 170 Cub Scouts and
Troop 33 Boys Scouts, both
of Marianna, teamed up to
provide valuable services to
the community. Scouts, lead-
ers, and parents met at
Citizens Park to plant 100
trees to commemorate 100
years of Scouting.
Scouts came prepared
with their shovels and gloves
to use in successfully plant-
ing all of the red oak
seedlings around the hiking
trail and throughout the park.
Scouts then gathered to
hike to the Yancey Bridge
Boat Ramp area, following
leaders Mary Ann Hutton
and Wilson Sanchez.
This second part of their
service project involved
picking up trash to promote
conservation of the environ-
ment and protect wildlife.
which is a big part of the
Scouting movement. At all'
times, Scouts practice the
environmental philosophy of
"leave no trace," which
means respecting nature and
leaving the environment as
they found it or 'in better
condition.
After providing the litter
pick up and removing sever-
al bags of trash and debris,
most of the Scouts hiked
back to Citizens Park, while
the Bear and Wolf Scouts
stayed at the boat ramp area
to enjoy fishing and working
to complete all the require-
ments to earn their fishing
belt loops.
By lunchtime, everyone
convened under the pavilion
to enjoy grilled hamburgers
and hot dogs prepared by
Troop 33, under the guid-
ance of Cub Master Steve
McCool.
Scouts nationwide per-
form numerous service proj-


Scouts take a moment to pose for a picture before starting their tree planting service
project: Front row, from left, Will Sanchez, Sean Gaffaney, Kyle Morgan, Joshua
Salvaty, Isaiah Long, and Jahn Sanchez; second row, Ryan Mathis, Hunter Hutton,
Calen Sims, Noah McArthur, Austin Livingston, Liam McDonald and Nick Walker;
and back row, Gio, Logan Gable, Cameron Corder, Sean Everitt and Dustan Gay.
- Contributed photo


ects all year round. The proj-
ects most commonly report-
ed in, 2008 included food
collection and distribution,
litter clean-up and communi-
ty beautification, conserva-
tion projects, serving food at
shelters, and military sup-
port/appreciation.
Notable alumni of
Scouting include presidents
Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter.
John F. Kennedy, George W.
Bush, Bill Clinton and
Barack Obama. Eleven of
the 12 astronauts who
walked on the- moon were
Scouts.
The number of youths that
have been involved in
Scouting, from- 1910 to
2008, total more than 60 mil-
lion Cub Scouts and almost
51 million Boy Scouts,
Varsity Scouts and
Venturers.


Lee B. Shook has been selected the Chipola
College Faculty/Administrator of the month for
March. Shook has served as professor of account-
ing since 1993. Here, Shook, left, accepts the
award from Dr. Adair Gilbert, Chipola Director of
Business and Technology. Contributed photo



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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Although budget cuts have slowed down the
hiring of non-certified prison officers, there is
still a high demand fdr certified officers in our
area.,The Criminal Justice Program at the
Washington-Holmes Technical Center will
offer its Basic Recruit Corrections Academy as
both day and night classes. Orientation/regis-
tration will be March 22.
Day classes begin April 12, and night class-
es begin April 21. According to WHTC, stu-
dents who successfully complete the training


program will be eligible to become Florida
certified correctional officers with an average
starting salary of approximately $30,000 a
year in this area.
In order to spread the cost of the academy
over two semesters, WHTC now offers a "pay
by the semester" option. Both' the day and
night academies meet four days a week
(Monday-Thursday) instead of the traditional
five-day academies.
For more information, stop by.WHTC, or
call Greg Hutching, Scott Curry or Brandon
Stevenson at 850-638-1180.


Small business workshops continue
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN Court Office Building. 2840 Friday, April 16, and Friday,
Jefferson St.. Marianna. This May 7. Each workshop costs
The Jackson County workshop will cover organi- $20 per person and must be
Development Council Inc. national requirements, paid in advance.
will again offer its series of licensing, personal financial Reservations are required
technical and educational assessments, credit checks, due' to limited seating.
workshops. The next work- defining your customer, Registration information
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Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Managing Editor: Michael Becker


Guest Opinion


Tighten up

sales tax

collection
There is nothing conservative about
allowing out-of-state merchants to
escape. Florida's sales tax. It shows
contempt for the law, increases the
need for other fees and taxes and
penalizes in-state retailers who create
jobs and pay a variety of local taxes.
Yet the Florida Legislature, particu-
larly the House of Representatives,
has been reluctant to try to collect the
sales tax from out-of-state merchants
who sell by mail. With the state facing
a $3 billion shortfall this year, and
perhaps as much as $5 billion next
year, this nonsense should stop.
It's estimated the state loses $2 bil-'
lion a year because 6f its failure to
collect the tax on remote sales. And
Rep. Kevin Ambler offers a promising
way to collect the taxes on Internet
and catalog sales.
The Hillsborough Republican sug-
gests the use of special software that
would allow the company that
processes a credit card.transaction to,
automatically calculate and charge the
sales tax. Customers would not have
to do any calculations. He says
besides capturing the sales tax, the
state could profit by licensing the
unique software.
He sweetens the plan with a pro-
posed tax cut. Once Internet sales
reached $5 billion, he says, the state
would reduce its six-cent sales tax by
a cent.
Ambler's proposal needs to be vet-
ted: How much would the collection
costs be, and would customers find
ways to dodge the tax?
Another concern would be the priva-
cy rights of purchasers. But those who
purchase on the Internet freely give
credit card information to the vendor,
so using that card to calculate a state
tax would seem appropriate.
If the state does nothing, then it will
continue to lose out on revenue to
which it is lawfully entitled and which
would diminish the need to consider
other fees or taxes. Last year, in the
midst of the worst recession in genera-
tions, remote sales increased 15 per-
cent. This trend will erode the revenue
structure that sustains Florida's gov-
ernment if lawmakers don't act.
It is encouraging that some House
and Senate leaders seem interested in
giving Ambler's idea a fair hearing.
Rep. Ellyn Bogdanoff of Fort
Lauderdale told the Tribune's
Catherine Whittenburg, "I think it's
extremely creative; I just need to
understand more about it." That's a
responsible stance.
Perhaps Ambler's plan will prove
unworkable. But it seems to furnish
Florida an efficient way to enforce the
law and stop the dubious policy of
giving out-of-state firms a decided
advantage over state businesses.
Reprinted from The Tampa Tribune,
a sister paper of the Jackson County
Floridan.
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Rahal-Miller Chevrolet has
announced that it will be supporting
sports in Jackson County through a
partnership with Marianna Middle
School and Sneads High School.
Rahal-Miller Chevrolet will provide
baseball equipment, instructional
clinics, a monetary donation and an
opportunity to raise, an additional
$10,000 in funds through a Chevy
vehicle giveaway-fundraiser.
The, effort by Rahal-Miller
Chevrolet is part of the Chevy Youth
,Baseball initiative from, March
through July 2010.
"Cheyrolet has a long history with
baseball at the national level. We
wanted to bring that excitement and
commitment to youth baseball, in the


communities where our customers
and their families live," said Michael
John Mitchell, business manager for
Rahal-Miller Chevrolet. "Youth base-
ball has always played an important
role in Jackson County, so we are
thrilled to support our kids in a mean-
ingful way."
Rahal-Miller Chevrolet will pres-
ent Marianna Middle School and
Sneads High School with equipment
kits, complete with equipment bags,
baseball buckets, dry-erase coach's
clipboards and Chevy Youth Baseball
t-shirts. The sponsorship includes
clinics with experienced instructors
from former major and minor league
players and coaches, or the Ripken
Baseball professional staff.
In addition, a one-time monetary
donation check will be presented by


Rahal-Miller Chevrolet to Marianna
Middle School and Sneads High
School. The team also will have an
opportunity to raise additional funds
for their use as part of a Chevy Youth
Baseball Fundraiser.
Sponsored leagues across the coun-
try will each receive 2,000 fundraiser
entry tickets to distribute for a sug-
gested donation; the league will keep
100 percent of proceeds raised. At the
end of the fundraiser, there will be
five winners of a Chevy Equinox or
Chevy Malibu vehicle of choice (up
to $30,000 in value), and in each par-
ticipating market there will be a sec-
ondary prize of a home entertainment
center valued at $1,000.
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
A reunion of the Bass,
Blizzard, Boyette, Brazell,
Dudley, Durden, Edenfield,
Jeter and Pitts families is on
for Saturday, April 3, 10 a.m.-
to 4 p.m. in the Grand Ridge
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Everyone is asked to bring
a large covered dish, drinks
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Attendees are also asked to
help pay for supplies and
facility rental by chipping in
$8. For more information,
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Pioneer Settlement
seeks participants
for cook-off
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is getting ready
for its annual Boston butt
cook-off on March 20 and
looking for contestants to
participate.
First-place prize will be
.$100; second place, $50; and
third place, $25.
The Settlement will pro-
vide the Boston butts. Those
interested in becoming a par-
ticipant can call 850-674-
2777, or e-mail info@ppmu-
seum.org. You can also visit
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement online at
www.ppmuseum.org.


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WASTE AMNESTY DAY EVENT
The Jackson County Board of County Commissioners is sponsoring a project to collect, recycle,
treat and properly dispose of household hazardous waste. This event will take place at the Jackson County
Recycling Facility located at 3530 Wiley Drive. It is being held on Saturday, March 13, 2010. starting at 8:00
a.m. and will end at 12:00 p.m..
Examples of household hazardous waste:
Pesticides Batteries Used Oil
Engine Degreasers Solvents Brake Fluid
Stale Gasoline Anti-Freeze Pool Chemicals
Paint/Paint Thinners Insecticides
Computer Electronics such as CPU's, Monitors, Keyboards, Printers and Scanners will
also be accepted. *
This service is being provided to households, Local Governments only. No commercial I industrial
businesses.
Conditionally-exempt small quantity generators (Small Businesses, Schools, Growers and Etc.) will be
accepted at a reduced rate. Call Jim Wunderly, Recycling Business Manager at 718-0437 to schedule a
drop off time.
WHITE GOODS AND ELECTRONICS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
NO GAS CYLINDERS OR EXPLOSIVES!
WARNING: PLEASE FOLLOW MANUFACTURER'S HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS AND USE
CAUTION IN THE TRANSPORTING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO COLLECTION SITE. DO NOT MIX
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force. According to the
press release, the task force
has seized more than 74
pounds of marijuana, seven
firearms and more than
$15,000 in cash over the
last three weeks.
."These seizures translate
to preventing thousands of
street-level drug transac-
tions in Jackson County and
the communities therein,"
the press release stated.
The task force is made up
of officers from the
Cottondale, Graceville and
Marianna police depart-
merits, the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement, and the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.


'Student


traction. The accident occurred as
'the bus was heading north into
Chattahoochee from West
Gadsden High School in
Greensboro. Rescue crews from
Jackson, Liberty and Gadsden
counties responded. Nurses at
Apalachee Correctional Institution
in Sneads and Florida State
Hospital also assisted.
For relatives of some students
who were on the bus, the crash
brought up an old wound. Some
think school officials, ultimately,
are to blame for the crash.
If the Gadsden County school
district hadn't closed
Chattahoochee High School a few
years ago, the students wouldn't
have been on the bus in the first
place, Shyekia Dixon said.
The Chattahoochee students
have to get up at 5:30 or 6 a.m. so
they can catch the bus in
*Chattahoochee for a ride to West


Gadsden High School. The trip
takes 45 minutes to an hour, one-
way, Dixon said. The two-hour
daily commute is bad for the stu-
dents and unnecessary, relatives
said. They 'believe it's time for the
school board to consider re-open-
ing Chattahoochee High School, or
to at least have some public discus-
sion about the idea. It was closed
just prior to the 2004-05 school
year in a consolidation of the coun-
ty's schools. Although part of the
high school wag several decades
. old, one portion of it had been built
fairly recently.
The relatives say it needs its stu-
dents back. Having the students on
the road for such long periods each
day increases the chance of acci-
dents, they said, and exhausts the
children before and after the
school day.
Meanwhile, school officials are
trying to help students deal with


the crash. Counselors were made
available to them Tuesday.
FCAT tests had been scheduled
tq begin Tuesday, but the state
Department of Education agreed to
delay the start for Gadsden until
this Thursday. That request was
made by Gadsden School
Superintendent Reginald James
shortly after the crash Monday
afternoon.
Shakayla Dudley, a 16-year-old
passenger on the bus, planned to
rest and recover until Thursday,
then get back for the start of FCAT.
Her legs were bruised and her
back was sprained in the accident.
.She said she was sitting in the
middle of the bus on a friend's lap
when the crash occurred. She and
her friend weren't the only ones
doubling up that day, she said,
because the bus was more than full
that day. She was listening to
music when she heard someone


Continued From Page 1A


scream. She looked up to see the
bus veering off the road.
"Everyone started flying to the
front," she said. "The driver and
two girls were pinned in.
Everybody was in shock, at first,
and then one boy opened the win-
dow in the back and everybody
started.jumping out. When we hit
the tree, we were leaning, and we
didn't know if it was going to tip
over or not." "
Dudley said she doesn't blame
Kelly. He was a good driver, she
said, and had been driving a long
time. According to her, school offi-
cials are telling students that he
had a medical event while he was
behind the wheel.
When Dudley goes back to
school, she won't be riding the bus,
at least initially. Because she's
afraid riding it will make her nerv-
ous, her father is going to take her
to and from school for a while.


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Project Coordinator. Charlotte
Brunner says this year's celebra-
tion will bring back the ever-popu-
lar bed races.
In teams of five, participants will
race beds down Madison Street,
starting at Clinton Street.
According to Brunner, the teams
of five must all be present and have
a fully decorated bed. In this race,
one team member rides while the
other four push the bed to the fin-
ish line.
Three awards will be given fol-
lowing the race one for the first
to cross the finish line, another for
the team with the most team spirit,
and the last for the most outra-
geously decorated bed.
"Last year's bed race was a real
hit," Brunner said. "We had about
10 teams and everyone else had a
ball watching."
It's $25 per team to enter the
race. For any team wishing to pur-
chase the Main Street Mariana
beer steins, they can combine the
purchase with their bed race entry.
Teams pay $50, and receive a stein
for every team member, with their
first beer free.
Other event attendees may also
purchase the beer steins for $10
each.
All proceeds from the bed race
and the overall event go towards
capital improvements to the down-
town area.
"The community really seemed
to like this St. Patrick's Day
Celebration last year, and I think
it's a great way to get people out of
the house and socializing,"
Brunner said. "Hopefully, we'll
have a sunny, warm day and be
able to enjoy the outdoors in
green."
On top of the music, the food,


Jackson County Parks and Recreati6n's bed team takes a picture of themselves during a race at the 2009
St Patrick's Day Dowritown Celebration. Mark Skinner / Floridan


the art, the bed races and inflatable
fun, there will also be a few raffles.
The Marianna Wal-Matt has
donated a 40-inch flat screen to
Main Street Marianna, to be given
away in a raffle Saturday.
Another raffle will be giving


away a beach cruiser bicycle from
Regions Bank.
City commissioners approved
the sale of beer for the event
Saturday. This event was made
possible not only by Main Street
Marianna, but the organization's
T


dedicated volunteers, according to
Brunner.
"We hope to see the community
and friends alike getting sham-
rocked, main-street style, this
weekend," Brunner said. "And
don't forget your green."


OBITUARIES

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William Herman King,
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2010, at a Waco hospital.
No formal services are
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Bill was born Oct. 17,
1945, in Tampa, to Isaac
and Virginia (Kyle) King.
He grew up near Marianna.
He graduated from Florida
International University in
1977. He worked in the civil
service with the Air Force
and then with the Florida
Department of Correc-
tions.
He was preceded in
death by his parents;
brother Jack King; and sis-
ter Pam Whittington.
Survivors include wife
Nancy King of Waco; sons
William Michael King and
wife Shari, of Florida, and
Gregory Scott King and
wife Melissa, of California;
step-daughters Kathy
DeOliveira and husband
Bill, of North Carolina, and
Kristy Petersen and hus-
band Greg, of China
Spring; five grandchildren;
and one great-
granddaughter.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.marianna
chapelfh.com

Stanley S.
Shirley

Stanley S. Shirley, 79, of
Marianna passed away
Thursday, March 4, 2010,
in Jackson Hospital.
Survivors include his lov-
ing wife of 25 years, Sylvia
Shirley of Marianna; and
his daughter, Barbara Shir-
ley of Tampa.
The memorial service
will be Wednesday, March
10, at 10 a.m. in the Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.


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CHS11,


McClain's grand slam lifts /


Hornets past
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE The
Cottondale Hornets explod-
ed early, then held off a
Graceville rally to take an
11-7 district win over the
Tigers on Tuesday night.
Patrick McClain had a
huge night to lead the
Hornets, finishing 4-for-4
with a grand slam, five RBI
and two runs.
McClain's big shot keyed
a six-run third inning for
Cottondale, with the fresh-
man shortstop taking
Graceville starter Chris
Willis deep over the left
field fence with two outs
and the bases juiced to
make it 9-1.
Graceville responded by
scoring six runs in the top
of the fourth inning,. taking
advantage of three, errors,
two walks and two hit bat-
ters by the Hornets.
Cottondale added a run in
the fifth inning on a bloop
single by Chris Clemmons
to score McClain.
In the sixth, McClain sin-
gled to left field to score
Devin Thomas and put the
Hornets tip 11-7.
Ryan Morrissey, who
came on in relief of
Cottondale starter Drew
Bellamy in the fourth
inning, finished the game
off in the seventh.
After a lead-off double
by Devin Cassidy,
Morrissey retired Justin


Tigers 11-7
Miles and Garrett
Steverson, before Josh
Watkins reached on an
error to put runners on the
comers.
But Morrissey ended the
game by inducing a fly out
to centerfield to secure the
Hornets' second district
win of the season.
Cottondale coach Greg
Ohler said his team was
perhaps premature in think-
ing the victory was safe
long before it actually was.
"It's a district game and a
big rivalry game, and I
think the guys got excited
when we got up and maybe
started to celebrate early,"
he said. "But Graceville is
not a bad team, and if you
open the door, they can
score some runs.
"But the offense came
through for us, and Pat had
a career day. He saw it and
hit it well."
The Hornets moved to 3-
5 overall with the win, and
2-4 in district play.
The struggling Tigers fell
to 1-7 overall and 0-3 in
league competition.
Graceville coach Travis
Miller said his team just
couldn't stop the bleeding
in the third inning.
"Cottondale hit it well
that inning, but when we.
had chances to get out of it,
we didn't make the plays
defensively we needed to
make," the coach said.
See CHS, Page 2B lo


Pirates blank Indian


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians dropped their
Panhandle Conference opener on
Monday in Pensacola, falling to the
PJC Pirates 6-0.
Chipola fell to 13-12 on the season
with the loss.
Pensacola won in large part due to
a dominating, performance from start-
ing pitcher Paul Davis.
The sophomore hurler pitched a.
complete game and struck out 17 bat-
ters, allowing Chipola hitters only
three base hits on the game.
Pensacola broke a scoreless tie
with two runs in the third inning, then
added three more in the sixth inning
to take a 5-0 advantage.
The Pirates added another run in
the eighth inning but with the way
Davis was pitching, one run would've
been enough.
"Their pitcher threw extremely
well," Chipola coach Jeff Johnson
said of Davis. "He commanded the
ball very well. We didn't do anything
to hurt his cause. Our fight was not as
good as it could be, but give him
credit. He did well, but we've got to
get a little tougher. We more or less
got our butts whipped."
The Pirates got a pair of RBI from
Tyson Workman, and three' hits from
Harold Collins.
Levon Washington, Michael
Revell, and Aaron Etchison picked up
the only hits on the day for Chipola.


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Cottondale's Patrick McClain celebrates after hitting a grand slam during a
game against Graceville on Tuesday night in Cottondale. CHS won the
game 11-7. Mark Skinner/Floridan


6-0 in league opener


Chipola pitcher CJ Riefenhauser delivers a pitch dur-
ing a game earlier this. season at Chipola Field. The
Indians lost their Panhandle Conference opener to the
Pensacola Pirates 6-0 on Monday in Pensacola. The
Indians host PJC. today at 5 p.m. Floridan File
Photo


"You can't strike out 17
times. We've got to figure.
out a way to get the bat. on
the ball and put it in
play."
-Jeff Johnson,
Chipola coach

Austin Wright started on the mound
for Chipola, pitched six innings and
allowed three runs before giving way
to Duncan Midkiff, who finished the
game.
Johnson credited Davis for an
exceptional pitching performance,
but the Indians coach said he needs to
see more from his team.
"He just stuffed us,"' the coach said
of Davis. "I don't know if he was that
good, we were that bad, or some-
where in between. But it was proba-
bly somewhere in between.
"You can't strike out 17 times.
We've got to figure out a way to get
the bat on the ball and put it in play.
If you do that, then maybe they kick a
couple, maybe a couple fall in for
you, but we've got to do better with
two-strike adjustments. We've got to
work on that."
The Indians are scheduled to host
the Pirates today at 5 p.m. in the sec-
ond game of the series, with Rodney
Quintero set to start for Chipola.


WEDNESDAY

Seahawks top

Hornets 10-2
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR :
The South Walton Seahawks
got off to a fast start Monday and
took a 10-2 victory over the
Cottondale Hornets in Santa Rosa
Beach.
The Seahawks scored four runs
in the first inning, and four more
in the second to seize control of
the game early.
Justin Moore led South Walton
2-for-4 with three runs and two
RBI, while Rex Rutledge finished
1-for-4 with a run and two RBI.
Alex Astin also drove in two
runs and scored' two for the
Seahawks.
Jonathan Duncan started on the
mound and got the win for South
Walton, pitching six innings and
surrendering just two runs on
four hits, two walks, and five
strikeouts.
Aaron McClain started and
took the loss for Cottondale,
going two innings and giving up
eight runs on six hits and four
walks.
Aaron Obert pitched the final
four innings for the Hornets,
allowing two runs on one hit,
three walks, and three strikeouts.
Trent Jackson and Michael Hill
had the only RBI of the day for
the Hornets.
"As usual, we walked too
many," Cottondale coach Greg
Ohier said. "There were a couple
of plays that, if we make them,
we get out of innings quicker and
they don't score as many runs as
we did."
The loss dropped the Hornets
to 1-4 in district play.
South Walton moved to 3-1 in
league play.

Big Bend Baseball

League begins
SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN
The Big Bend Baseball League
of Florida, Inc., will begin its sec-
ond season of play Saturday and
Sunday in Chipley in the Big
Bend Baseball League Classic/
All eight teams in the League
will be in action at the Chipley
High School Baseball field.
Saturday
Chattahoochee Red Birds vs.
Liberty Diamond Dawgs, 12 p.m.
Gulf Drive vs. Calhoun
Horsemen, 3 p.m.
Sunday
Jackson Jays vs. Destin Dawgs,
1 p.m.
Bay Brewers vs. Washington
Bruins, 4 p.m.
So, make your way this coming
weekend to Chipley to show sup-
port for your local team in the'
highly competitive Big Bend
Baseball League of Florida.
Check your local paper each
week for game results, team
standings,' and the following
week schedule of games.
The Jackson County Jays
Baseball Club will again fran-
chise a team within the Big Bend
Baseball League of Florida for
the 2010 baseball season.
Graduating seniors, former
graduates from Jackson County
schools, and other adults who
desire to play more organized
baseball in a highly competitive
league should contact the follow-
ing for additional details ASAP:
Raymond Bentley, Manager,
Jackson Co. Jays, at 334-479-
2350.


Sneads' Roberts named FHSAA Volleyball Coach of the Year


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR.


Sneads volleyball coach Sheila
Roberts has been named the 2009
Volleyball
Coach of the
Year for the
-state of
Florida.
The award
was presented
by the
National
Federation of
High School
Coaches
Association
and the
Florida High Sheila Roberts
School Sheila Roberts
Athletic
Association.
Roberts has been the head
coach at Sneads for the past six
seasons.
In that time, the Lady Pirates
have captured three district
championships, and made two
trips to the regional finals of the


2A state tournament.
The Lady Pirates made their
second straight trip to the region-
al finals in 2009, falling to
Maclay for the second time in a
row. Five of Roberts' seniors
have signed on to .play college
volleyball.
The coach said Tuesday she
was "shocked" to learn she won
the award.
"I couldn't believe it," she
said. "It is very special. It's just
very humbling that I would be
chosen from all the coaches in
Florida because there are some
awesome coaches that I've
learned from who .I still admire
and look up to sand are still
coaching. It is really a great
honor. I have to say, for me per-
sonally, it's probably the pinnacle
for me in my coaching career."
Sneads made it to the regional
finals in 2009, despite being
upset by Blountstown in the dis-
trict title game.
The Lady Pirates avenged the
loss by beating the Lady Tigers in
the second round of the playoffs,


"It motivates me to
keep getting better, to
keep learning and
studying to be the best
coach I can be. It's some
great encouragement."
-Sheila Roberts,
Sneads coach

to advance to the regional finals.
Roberts said the award has
inspired her to help lead her team
to even greater heights in the
future.
"It motivates me to keep get-
ting better, to keep learning and
studying to be the best coach I.
can be," she said. "It's some great
encouragement. I love to win,
and I'm very competitive. This is
the kind of a boost to get me
motivated to strive for excel-
lence.
"I don't do it for money or for
T


praise either, but it sure feels
good when you're recognized for
what you do."
Roberts said she hadn't yet
informed her players that she
won the award. But when she
did, she would make sure they
understood the role they played
in her earning the prestigious
honor.
"I'm excited for the girls
because I really do owe all of my
success to the athletes that have
inspired me to give them 'my
best," Roberts said.
"At Sneads, I have been
blessed with some of the most
talented and hard-working ath-
letes in the state of Florida. As I
have watched their determina-
tion, dedication, and commit-
ment, they have inspired me to be
the best I can be for them."
Roberts, who has been a
teacher for 19 years, served as a
volleyball. coach for 13, having
previously coached at LaVell
High School before becoming a
varsity assistant coach at Wakulla
High School.


She said that all of her experi-
ences as a coach have been vital
to her and the Lady Pirates' suc-
cess.
"In my years of experience,
I've had the privilege to work
with some really great coaches
who have taught me a lot,"
Roberts said. "I worked for a
great coach at Wakulla in Jose
Morales, but even some .of my
assistant coaches through the
years have also really just been a
great positive influence on me.
"They have pushed' me to be
better, and they all had something
for me to learn, in terms of differ-
ent styles and techniques, as well
as different parts of the game."
While Roberts said she was
flattered by the honor, she said
she still had room to grow as a
coach.
"I believe that successful
coaches never stop learning and
growing," the coach said. "As far
as my coaching goes, each season
should be better than the last. I
have high expectations for
myself, and for my athletes."









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5K Race
There will be a 5K run
at Torreya State Park in
Bristol on Saturday from
8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Proceeds from the race
go to buying vaccina-
tions to give to the needy.


Sneads Project
Graduation
The Sneads Project
Graduation Committee
will hold a 5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run
March 20 at Sneads Park
from 7:25 a.m. to 10:25
a.m. All proceeds go to
Sneads Project
Graduation.

Sneads Cheerleading
Tryouts for the Sneads
High School cheerlead-
ing squad for the 2010-
2011 school year will' be
held March 15-19 at
Sneads High School in
the old gym beginning at
3 p.m. each day.
All SHS students for
the 2010-2011 school
year are encouraged to
'try out. For more infor-
mation, please contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.

Jackson County Jays
The Jackson County
Jays Baseball Club will
again franchise a team
within the Big Bend
Baseball League of
Florida for the 2010
baseball season.
Graduating seniors,
former graduates from
Jackson County schools,
and other adults who
desire to play more
organized baseball in A
highly competitive
league should contact the
following for additional
details ASAP: Raymond
Bentley, Manager,
Jackson Co. Jays at 334-
479-2350.
Season opener for the
Jays is scheduled for
Sunday at 1 p.m. in
Chipley, Florida. All
home games will, be
played at the Marianna
High School Baseball
field on Sunday after-
noons at 2 p.m.

BIG BEND
BASEBALL League
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida, Inc.,
will begin its second sea-
son of play Saturday and
Sunday in Chipley,
Florida for the Big Bend
Baseball League Classic.
All eight teams in the
League will be in action
at the Chipley High
School Baseball field
according to the follow-
ing schedule:
S a t u rd a y -
Chattahoochee Red
Birds vs. Liberty
Diamond Dawgs, 12
p.m.; Gulf Drive vs.
Calhoun Horsemen, 3
p.m.
Sunday- Jackson Jays
vs. Destin Dawgs, 12
p.m.; Bay, Brewers vs.
Washington Bruins, 4
p.m.

Big Bend Baseball
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida will
franchise two additional
teams for the 2010 base-
ball season.
The Chipley Bruins
and the Destin Dawgs
will join the Bay County
Brewers and the Jackson
County Jays to make up
the western division of
the league. The eastern
division will consist of
the Chattahoochee Red
Birds, Liberty County-
Diamond Dawgs, Gulf
County Drive, and the
Calhoun County
Horsemen. League play
is scheduled to begin
March 13-14, with all
first round scheduled
games to be played in
Chipley, as the Big Bend
Baseball League Kick-
off Classic.

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
nights 'in the old
Marianna High School
wrestling room.
Come to practice and
sign up. For more infor-
mation, call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

Sports'Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
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"When you get chances to get out of an inning, brought two Graceville runs to the plate and game," Ohler said. "We just had a few errors
you have to take advantage." Morrissey out to the mound, there in the fourth, and I felt we needed a
Willis pitched the first 2 2/3 innings for the Morrissey struggled early on, walking in a change of scenery. Morrissey did what he usu-
Tigers, with Nick Papryzycki coming on in run on four pitches, then allowing another to ally does, and.that's close the door."
relief in the third and pitching the rest of the score on a wild pitch. Aaron Obert finished 2-for-2 with three RBI
way. He finally got out of the inning by getting for the Hornets, while Clemmons was 3-for-3
Bellamy went 3 1/3 innings for the Hornets, Miles to pop out with the score 9-7. with an RBI and two runs.
allowing a run in the first and pitching a perfect The freshman right-hander settled down after The Hornets don't play again until March 16
second before starting to struggle with his com- that, however,: allowing just two hits and no when they travel to Vernon.
mand in the fourth, walks in the next three innings, while striking Graceville will next host Blountstown on
Two hit batters and a walk loaded the bases out three. Friday at 6 p.m., then take on Bozeman on
for the Tigers before a pair of CHS errors "Drew pitched pretty well for us early in the Saturday at 5 p.m. at home.

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Size 305/65 R7 to own 850-997-2464 2333 DONT WAIT! Baliner 95' Capri canopy, great condi- abre by Palamino Gen., very clean Green, 5 speed, 6yl, 334-699-5880
on nice aluminum 3/1Brick home, Bmi *Jackson County, FL* 20t.290HPRuns & tion. $8,700. 334-797- '08,28 ft 5th wheel, $35,000 334-687-9663 234Ksmiles, 70Kon BMW'04 3301, black oriin 7n +2,
off 3/4 ton Chevy + $ dep. 850-569- h & D r engine 5t heel, '06 36 ft man extras, clean Tioga Arrow 27t OK, body damage, w s autd uel i ed,
(334) 798-0674 Mature Timber $5,500. 334-6852222 Montego Bay, 4 sacrce @ $29k 85 Mo(334)6777501 g
3/1 home for rent in Ready to Thin, slides & Dodge Ram 593-5675 whiteAuto.8 cyl. $13,900 334-685-6233 work. $2500 OBO 850-
in on Ma rianna. Call for Near HW9 4hy 231 Caravelde '07 21'5" se Dd se l R- ow brakes & steer- 5 2 Es

sal334-45766 rent 850- 526-3355 S overs. A ton of ac- 334-699-1319 8505262840. $9500334-726-5909 334-703-3784 Ron Ellis 714-0028.
$500-$1300. "Proerta Mmt is rcessories included. Cherokee Trailer '06
850 1ONLY Boreri 1M P i C er3Mallfor all of the ex- 28' L, sleeps 8, Like / ,.- B l
owurst O Business Advertisingc.. tras. Excellent condi- new. $16,000.334- in Hrm Fw. o w. o, $ 0-

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whowillsellyouranimallfor sI5-da 2007 Dodge Caliber AQUA-TECH AQUARFI Computer Desk- Med HP All in One Set of China, 4 pieces
research or breeding pur. REPORTER Slush Mats w/logo, UM FILTER $10 30- Oak Finish cup- Copier/printer/scann $50 850-526-2414
poses. Please screen re- set of 4, like new, $40 60 GAL(850)592-2507 boards, drawers $40 er. like new, $125
spondents carefully when LOOKING FOR MATURE, 850-482-5874 Ashey Furniture- 850)592-2507 OBO 850-879-4365 SMALL BROIL ne $5
givinganoanimalaway The ry scAshley Furniture- MICRO- works fine $5
gvnganimalaway. The Army Flier is currently DEPEND ABLE NEW PAPE 2 adult 10 speed bi- arlyle Panel 5 Draw- Dale Earnhardt JR. HP PHOTOSMART- (850)592-2507
aIe9k45 foa full t3 E N5ABLE NWSPAR cycles, both have ba- er Chest.Dark. $325 Jacket, original sign- Printer #8200 PHO-
S e lOOing por afr time CARRIERS by seat on back, (850)209-7780 ed, kids -z 8-12 $90 TOS$50 SOLID OAKs
$40/es 850-594-9923 Ashley Furniture- 850-526-2414 (850)592-2507 BOOKCASE-
2 antique satin scarf Carlye Panel Q Bed. DISNEY HP PHOTOSMART- (850)592-2507
Free to good home, 2 Fort Rucker's Community Newspaper,. valences, tea rose Dark. Excellent Cond. COLLECTIBLE- Printer like new $50
kittens. 850-526-2735 The Army Flier, is currently looking for M ARIANNA from JCP, $40/ea 850- $300(850)209-7780 DUMBO in BOX 1995 (850)592-2507 Sony Handi Cam
_ \ a full-time reporter to write stories and IIi I I 592-3261 Audiovox Cruise $30 (850)592-2507 HP PRINTER/FAX ceaslt 5l nOBO
S Dogs features for the weekly newspaper. 2 Bas of girls Control- still in box, Dorel BABY #500; $20 850-879-4365
P e scPrevious newspaprseret experience and rn kenr e 0f ..n f st rs $75 YPEN Almost E l(0r50)5k92-25075


related field are preferred.

Apply at www.mediageneral.com
CUTE AKC Lab pups, Or mail your resume to:.
vet checked 9wks
old, $125 850-718- Louise Thomas, HR Generalist,
4207 .Media General Mid-South Market Group,
ee4 4& puppies P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302
Free Puppies: Part
Catahula, part Curr
850-482-6300 ACKSON
Full Blooded
Bloodhound needs a
new home. I need to
find a good home
for Lucy. She is 15 C O N
months. She is great
with children and
a very loving dog. L OR DAN
trained but is living
outside at the time.
She is just not OKIN FOR MATURE
getting the attention LOOKING FOR MATUREI
she deserves. Asking DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
$50.00. 334-596-7763
S.E. ALABAMA CARRIERS
KENNEL CLUB
Good Manners
Obedience, Rally AL
Basic, &Confirmation ALFORD
Classes, Starts
March 2nd, 2010, $45
for 6 weeks. Earn an average of
334-598-9463, 334-
299-3315, or 334-714-
Weimaraner
blue/silver 2 females.
1 male $300.1st
shots AKC reg. per month
Adrian@334-798-
6342.
farmersme BE YOUR OWN BOSS
1AM to 6AM

Must have dependable
transportation, minimum liability
SFruit& Vegetable's insurance & valid driver's license.
Sawyer's Produce
We have Fresh Come by and fill out an
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Frozen Peas. We application at the
crack Pecans.
334-793-6690 Jackson County Floridan,
S4403 Constitution Lane,
YOU DMarianna, FL or
COULD call (850) 526-3614
BE HERE!


BE YOUR OWN BOSS
1AM to 6 AM

Must have dependable
transportation, minimum liability
insurance.& valid driver's license.

Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan,
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or
call (850) 526-3614


for both. 850-594- 850-569-2194 brand new $45 STEPHEN KING
7802gy o (850)592-3380 Nice Oak Ent. ctr BOOKS- 1ST Editions
7802 Bag boy hand golf (850)592-3380 w/lighted curio cabi- $10 & UP
30 Doll Making'& cart with small FOLDING LAWN net $250 850-272- (850)592-2507
Craft Books, $3 /ea. wheels $28 850-482- CHAIR- blue $5 4053/579-4829
850-526-3426 8700 (850)592-2507 OMEGA JUICER- Stereo System &
Speakers $150 850-
40' Frigidare range BASKETMAKING Full sz sheet set w/ Vegetable-FRUIT Like 272-4053/579-4829
almost new, $150 REED- 4 LG ROLLS dust ruffel, new $10 new $50
850-594-1024 $20 (850)592-2507 850-482-7888 (850)592-2507 Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Adjustable cargo bar Bed mat- for GMC Glass Front Pine Chi- Oversized Recliner, (over 800 hrs left)
Aodjutabl c aprgba Canyon,reg.& ext.cab na Cabinet, lighted emerald green $125 $8/ea or $250 for all294
for pickup truck $15 Brand new $50 w/lots of storage 850-272-4053/579- 34 850-209-5294
850-592-8769 (850)443-3346 $400 850-766-1166 4829 Two 4' x 8' book
Aerator,(fertilizer) BOYDS BEAR COL- Gold Microfiber Sofa PARROT&BIRD shelves, solid wood,
used only once $100 LECTION 20PCS $25 & Loveseat, good BOOKS- Many to $40/ea 850-272-8967
OBO 850-594-1024 (850)592-2507 cond. $350 850-272- choose $5 Unique Coffee & end
Almost new Crafts- CHARLIE BROWN- 4053/5794829 &UP(850)592-2507 table, palm/elephan
man push mower COLLECTIBLES $5 & Goldwing Cover CY- Political reading bo- motif. $300 850-272-
w/rear bag mulcherr UP (850)592-2507 CLE SAK $25,OIL FIL- oks Beck, Hannity 4053/579-4829
$175850-482-8700 hilds carriage run- TERS etc. $3 (850)592-2507 VITAMIN..SUPPLEME
AM/FM receiver & about trike w/bicycle (850)592-2507 Queen sofabed, ex- NT HERBS BOOKS
sep. cassette player wheels $20 850-482- Goldwing GL1200 cel. cond. $200 850- NICE $5 EA (850)592-
$35 850-569-2194 8700 SEAT-like New 150, 592-3261 2507
Amrilla for sale: hrme bug defle RA S 125. Quilting Fabric Knits, White wicker couch,
$15/doz. Discount for tor for '04 '06 Ford (850)592-207 Craft kits & Notions 2 chairs, coffee & end
bulk sales. Call Paul or Mercury SUV, new GOLDWING- Heel toe $1 each 850-526- table. $150;
850-482-4285 $90. 850-209-5294 shifter used,75 start- 3426 850-209-2207.
Antique Reclaimed CIGAR BOXES- old er used 50 Rocker Recliner, Womans 50's bicycle
English Pine Farm Ta- ALL (7), $10 (850)592-2507 emerald green $75 w/front & rear bas-
ble w/6 ladderback (850)592-2507 HOOVER STICK 850-272-4053/579- ket & carriage rack
chairs,$450 850-766- Compaq Desktop VACUUM- ENCORE $5 4829 $50 850-482-8700
1166 Comuter & Monitor (850)592-2507 SAFETY 1ST- BABY XMAS TREE STAND-
Gas Grill- used once $150 850-272- Living room chair $30 WALKER.4 Rollers LARGE $10
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Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycls Sport Utility VehicleVans Trucks-HeavyDu Trucks-Heavy Duty LegalLegal
forale forSalen, FORD '77, FThe petition must be Bascom Comprehen- hearing.
S1978 Cr.e. r s,'n, FORD77, lo 0 ngwheelhas' filed with the Agency sive Plan Amend-
Ford '04 Crown Victo- PONTIAC 1965 NE. 334 0619 auto, ps/pb, runs Clerk, Department of ent and.the Depart- Mike McDaniel,
ria LX, loaded, 55K Tempest 4door- looks good. $2,500. Community Affairs, ment's Objections, Chief
miles, drives like a with 324engine, Chevy03 Asrros3335d0420 2555 Shumard Oak Recommendations Office of aComprehen-
dream. 8700321- Runsgrea Good 7 4Boulevard, Ta i llahas- and Comments Re- sivePlanning
231-6363. Runsl. re .. mi. rear r.-e:e FORD '77 F100 see, Florida- 32399- port (if any) are Department of Com-
5 3 condition.4317 0 6cy., short wheel 2100, and a copy available for public munity Affairs
Ford 05' Mustang V-6 334-673-7543 Harley Sportster 06' Jeep 04' Wrangler X C'-.r. -7.800 OB CHEVY '91, 1 Ton 12ff base, runs & looks mailed or delivered inspection Monday 2555 Shumard Oak
auto, 59K mi. $9,900. Orange 1200R. Vance 4.uL ii spd 4WD 3Js prUr bn,- Flat Bed Dump Truck good. $2,500.00. to the local govern- through Friday, ex- Boulevard
334-798-2747 Scion 06'TC Must & Hines Short Shots, Khaki dr. Soft-Tp, AC Chrysler '95 Voyager, $5,500 OBO229-334- 334-735-5404 meant Failure to cept for legal holi-Tallahassee, Florida
Sell 60,900 Mi. $8400 braided lines, 8,900 am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy V6, auto, seats 8, 8520,229-296-8171 334-735-5404 ment. Failure petition days, during normal lahassee, Florida
080 32mp692-9915m 9 94,8037 whI b & timely file a petition days, during normal 32399-2100
OBO 32mpg 692-9915 mi $7,995.7948037 whis, Mopar bmpr & power, am/fm cass. Chevy '91 Cherokee .r, 51, constitute a business hours, at
Toyota '05 Matrix gril grd. Exc. Cond. new tires, NOW ku lift gate '", . ..:r of any right to the Town of Bascom
S ML1 ownr M 3 rd car. $1975 8OBO 850-592- p500850-352-4724 r-.::pr an adminis- Clerk's Office, 4969 LF14883
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, LOW MILES -37,300 2832 $ 04r,r,..- proceeding as Basswood Road,
FULLY LOADEDNT LOW Ford84Econ$17,999.OBOline Dodge 88' Dakota tioner under Bascom, Florida THE FOLLOWING VE-
dowPAYMENT! $500 per month 334-803-6882 Ford '84 Econoline clean, 115K mi. .:-rs 120.569 and 32423. HICLE WILL BE SOLD
ord '65 T-Bird, auto, Call334-7918243 As JEEP 1987 Wrangler $1200. 334-791-9099 $1500. 334-793-2142 Ford 83 F100, NEW 57, F If a affected personi- AT PUBLIC AUCTION
3904bbl, slide fstee for Steve Hatcher 4 4. ac. ps. ac. at. AC P S.. Paint tion is filed, the pur- Any affected person, AT 2087 Ventage Ln,
3 'ing69 flie ne n cpsrat a i 4 pose of the adminis- as defined in Section Sneads, FL 32460 on
obo. 334-671-5051 or Scooter maroon, 'tire. nard -t:o. 72. Er,,. ,:.-- -d trative hearing will 163.3184, F.S., has a April 15,2010 @ 5pm.
334-797-5051 4-strole, 249cc. 70 E 4 be to present evi- right to petition for
Ford'75 LTD460errmpgmph $2100 85 92 27 6500. 80934941 dence and testimony an administra-tive 1998 Dodge Dakota
ineFord75 LTD 460 rr 205-310662FORD 6 i0. 4wh, and forward a rec- hearing to challenge VIN#1B7FL22POWS6
4Y4 Autu,. 5.300,229- ommended order to the proposed agency 90448-
500.850-482-405' : 3348520, 229k ?,6- the Department. If determination that
Ford '84 ~ Econol~rFord 9.W1drr g am 1500 81['1 no petition is filed, the Amendment to
Van Good cond. TOYOTA '08 'aris 3D. -VFn ._.llng ,:,r r E *tcc t 30 . Ford ,F this Notice of Intent the Town of Bascom
$1200. 334-791-9099 l 1K1I. ur,1cer war4 ,.a,ni 50. 33.1.S r,0um.3 b9rrei rl r,.- b.'102, V8, slbo final Comprehensive Plan
F Truns ly*,, great a rnllP e- 2987'3343701 -5516 hunter i r.c...,e I .:.r. mi agency action, is In Compliance, as
Od ned C 80 33---. defined in Subsection
good, needs ACurus, 08runs 0 334ded 7 3028JEEP77 304 Vd mar, u. hood, 22 ,t ,5 9. If a petition is filed, 163.3184(1), F.S. The LF14882
$2200.1-334-475-1723 u al traris .new thre, so,.p. ,.i ;l other affected per- petition must be filed
Sa wiring. Iumper. radio grill & tiurnmper sons may petition for within twenty?one NOTICE OF
L O O K Snap on tread leave to intervene in (21 odays after publi- PUBLIC HEARING
LTX I 0 Honda-05R S Bau 6499. 334-796-0097 PLYMOUTH 96 Grad Alum. tool box, 6" t iI i the proceeding. cation of this notice,
FORD- Brand N l aVTX300R, S Beauti $6499.B334-796-0097_ PLYMOUTH 94 Grand lift kit, 6" glass Navistar '98 Eagle, A petition for inter- and must include all NOTICE IS HEREBY
20 [0 ng T 2 fulCandyBlackCnr- Nissan 04' Murano towing package, new r packs, alum.racing with 525E Cummings vention must be filed of the information GIVEN BY THE JACK-
tr.c ;pl trans.Hlk r'y. over $2000 in ac- loaded, new tires, owing package, new rims Lots of extras! engine, new tires, all at least twenty (20) and contents descri- SON COUNTY PLAN -
WDcessoris. 8 miles, color pewter, leather power steering equipment included, days before the final bed in Uniform Rule NING COMMISSION
le 28.50 0 asking 5700 int.72,55K mi. ump, very clean, Needs some work. excellent running hearing and must in- 28-106.201, F.A.C. OF ITS INTENT TO
34 828 Honda '06CTX 1300 $13,900.0BO334-- B -68-45r condition. 0,50- clude all of the infoer- The petition must be CONDUCT A PUBLIC
Toyota07Camr uerHonda06CNTX 3 -08213,900. 334- 334-355-1 84334-803-5072 or 334- nation and contents filed with the Agency HEARING TO REVIEW
m uToyota '09 Carmry 2. 5L 080 N N f 334-355-11181 899-6594 described in Uniform Clerk, Department of THE FOLLOWING AND
10Commuter car. 334-80i.1322 $NISSAN '06 Pathfind- Sonoma '03 GMC Rule 287106.205, Community Affairs, OTHER BUSINESS:
0 21,000 rmles. Stll urr 334-806-1322 er LE, 270hp, bose Wanted: Extended Cab 4.3V6 F.A.C. A petition for 2555 Shumard Oak
der warranty $16.900. Honda 06' Rebel Solid audio w/6 disc CD Automobiles Ford '00 Ranger, 101K Extended Automatic e to intervene Boulevard, allahas ackson County
3334 #26-2972 wh~te wireld & remote keyless entry miles, manual, new Engine Automatic leave to intervene Boulevard, Tallahas- Jackson County
S33 '26-2972 wh.ie winshieid remote keyless entry miles, manual, new. Power brakes & shall be filed at the see, Florida 32399- Planning Commission
Volkswagen '06 Bee adle bags 2600 mi. 34,263 miles.-$19,000. tires.s$4400 08 windows. Clean Division of Adminis- 2100, and a copy will consider:
Ford Mutange. 42 300. 334-686 334-793-1544 Corvair or parts 334-693-0685 $7800 Call 792-0603. trative Hearings, De- mailed or delivered
302 V8 with automat- miles,40MPG, load- 3326334-714-1110 N n '09 Rogue, 20k 3346786990 FORD '02 F250, quad partment of Manage- to the local govern- I County Line Action
TIE 40MPG, kr-N8is406hsan09dogui20k334-678-6990 l FO RD 02F-250,quad maent Services, 1230 lent, Failure to SpCountys ParkeACt
ic trans. looks, runs & ed. $16,000. 334-897- HONDA '06 Shadow, miles, loaded, white, cab, Lariat, leather LegalAds Apalachee Parkway, timely file a petition r Park (CDe -
drives good asking 2497 or 334-672-1655 CandyApple Red, 2.8 $17,000 334-790-6700 avyDuty seats, power, 7.3 e Tallahassee, Florida shall constitute a A request for
$8500. 334-355-2400 v '06Passat,load- miles, LIKE NEW, Diesil, new tires,l t 32399?3060. Failure waiver of any right to e an exten ae
blue/black850,TO323993060. Failewaiver of any right to velopment Agree-
Honda'05 Civic, ed, blue/black GPS, $5,300229334 8520, TOYOTA 06 Four 28K,$13,800Noces j to petition to inter- request an adminis- ment for a develop-
Great age saver, $300 sattaliteradio: new 229-296-8171 Runner SR,2wd, 200 F-250Ford 334-899-0099 vene within the al- trative proceeding as ment approved and
tiresalike new insidevHONDA '983Va0kyr-e 59,700 miles, white, Lariat Exc. Cond
down,$299/mo. Call tires, like newinside HONDA '98Valkyrie exceent cod. 13,176 Mi..$36,00 Ford 03V-8 LF14874 owed time frame a petitioner under fully executed Janu-
Steve Hatcher 334- & out. 119K, moving Tourer all original, $18,700. 334-796-3130 Truck is fully loaded Supercrew 30,200 mi. constitutes a waiver Sections 120 569 and ary 27 2007. The x-
791-8243. oveseas.$12,000 low miles, runs great 850-569-2840 like new, Must See! STATE OFFLORIDA of any right such a 120.57, F.S. If a peti- tension is requested
334-347-0414 asking $6,500 OBO b rar-Tractors uddydigitalexp.com $14,000334494-0460 DEPARTMENT OF person has to re- tion is filed, the ur- until July 31, 2010.
'07 Rabbit, 334-693-E454- Trailers-r or 334-393-6479 COMMUNITY uest a hearing un: pose of the adminis-

m anual,34K,alloy Chevrolet '061500 AFFAIRS er Sections 120.569 trative hearing will The public hearing
wemanual,34Kalloy Kawasaki '07 Vulcan 1999254AG-MASTER Silverado WT, ex- Ford '04F150 NOTICE OF INTENT and 120.57, F.S., or to be to present evi- will be held in the
wheels,ike 100 Mean Streak Sp. Tractor 4 wdwith tended cab. Good XLT, extended cab TO FIND THE participate in the ad- dence and testimony Jackson County Com-
Honda 09 Ft rt w$11,,800- Ed. 1100 Mi $6500 two implements. cond., $9,500. OBO local one owner, ga- TOWN OF BASCOM ministrative hearing, and forward a rec-, mission Board Room
loaded, low miles, 334-983-8399 OBO 334-441-7909 $2000. 334-522-6709 334-798-3352 rage kept. 36K miles. COMPREHENSIVE ommended order to of the Administration
silver w/gra & black $12,800.334-792-5633 PLAN AMENDMENT After an administra- the Department. If Building located at
inter., runs like new. Classics & Antiques Bushho 9044, field CHEVROLET -'08 IN COMPLIANCE tive hearing petition no petition is filed, 2864 Madison Street,
$15,900.334-687-3171 ready, shelter kept. 2500 Duramax LTZ .., DOCKET NO. 09-CIE1- is timely filed, media- this Notice of. Intent Marianna, Florida
HYUNDAI '08 Accent 1974 Chevrolet $10,500 OBO. 334- Loaded Z71 36K -: NOI-3203-(A)-(I) tion is available pur- shall become final on the 15th of March,
HYUNDAt '08 Accent Camaro LT 350 V8 347-4283 or 334-447- miles, 4 door, suant to Subsection agency action. 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
Excellent condition, factory a, r- 2572 automanual trans- The Department 163.3189(3)(a), F.S.,
35 MPG, 18600 miles, aspto r a c, mission, Like New pge not,-:e or its in- to any affected per- If a petition is filed, Anyone desiring in-
5-spd transmission, np NAn A KwsIr pFord 5000 w/6ft Bush condition, black exte- tent to find the son who is made a other affected per- formationri may con-
$9500 (334)522-3803 80% coplte. NADA e 09'1di- hog brand mower rior, black interior, Amenameent to the part to the proceed- sons may petition for tact the Community
Hyundai '96 Elantra asking $9,500. 334- tion. pipes, power 6000.334-494-5882 4WD, $37,000 Ford '06 FS,.D esl. Comiiprih,en;,'. Plan Ing y filing that re- leave to intervene in Development Depart-
Fai Eanr Cond. Needs 693-5454 command----------W 5Tacor(334)726-1209 4WD, clean, 50k mi, for the Town of quest with the ad- the proceeding. mentbetween77:30
Fair Cod. Needs 693-5454rhigh FORD TW 15 Tractor gooseneck hitch, Bascom, adopted by ministrative law A petition for inter- a.m. and. 4:30 p.m.
Trans. work with flowairfilter, low w/cab, 140hp, exc. $25k, 850-569-2262 Ordinance No. 2009- judge assigned by vention must be filed Monday through Fri
DVD Ster. syst.$850 miles. $9,700. cond. $12.100. obo 02 on November 12, the Division of AdY- at least twenty (20) day at 4487 Lafayette
OBO 334-475-6267 or 334-790-1852. 2 cultivator .oid sEp For-1 'Oi F150 so XLT- 2009 nN COMPLI-ministrative Hear- days before the final 48 aa
334-475-0084 Mojo MotorScooter 334-701-1836 supercrew, 4X45.4L, 2009ANC, IN COMPLI-ursuant toinigs. The choice ar ing and must in-al Street, Marianna,
--' fiE, fuel, dark blue A to legs. The choice of hearing and mu nf Florida or contact by
105, 200mi, Blue, Gandy 4 row ,ect'- d w/ b cover, 144K Sections 163.3184, mediation shall not clude all of the infor- phone at (850) 482-
$1650850-258-1638 c'de appl,cator m,. rwr. CC,$14,500 163.3187 and affect a party's right mation and contents 9637
Sutiful project or Red Kawasaki 09 w double boe for Che '0 Ier, 146999 163.3189, F.S. to an administrative described in Uniform
Beautiful project or Red Kawasaki 09' Chevy'04 Silvera.j:- 334 714 6999 hearing. Rule 28?106.205,
partcar 1958 Me Ninja Like New 250R two chemicals b 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, FORD '07 F250 Super The adopted Town of F.A.C. A petition for th e ricans with
cury Turnpike Cruis- w/acket 3,500. mi. mounted on tool bar. Duramax, 6.6L, Dually Duty V-8 Crew Cab Bascom Comprehen- -s- Mike McDaniel, leave to intervene Disabilities Act, per-
Infiniter01 134 d.r black $3,995.334-692-3211 Good condition.400. Tow Pkg/power XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, sive Plan Amend- Chief shall be filed at the sons needing a spe-
Infinitilver Loaded $5,395 windshield.Giantic Leave Mess 229-758-3146 or229- trailing mirrors,crew Tan, $32,000334-688- ment and the Depart- Office of Comprehen- Division of. Adminis- cial accommodation
West Main CarSales 430cidenine, Push 400-5184 cab, ext. bed. loaded, 8606, 334-695-0688 ment's Objections, sive Planning trative Hearings, De- to participate in this
LLC 1919 West Main button trans. Will ExI., gas mileage, Recommendations Department of Com- apartment of Manage- meeting should con-
St 334-699-5880 nd w as. Super Cond., FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L and Comments Re- munity Affairs- ment Services, 1230 tact the Planning
S-need a few parts. INCOME $23,000. DSL Crew Cab 50K port (if any) are 2555 Shumard Oak Apalachee Parkway, Secretary at Jackson
$2000 casho r need a OPPORTUNITY miles, $29,500 334- available for public Boulevard Tallahassee, Florida County community
ka owll trade STAINLESS 695-7769, 695-7770 inspection Monday Tallahassee, Florida 32399?3060. Failure Development no later
Srucl.Cal tet ;96- STEAL, DINER' B through Friday, ex- 32399-2100 to petition to inter- than days priorto
07155- Nghts$and TrInPh.Dm.t na SYLE Dd' aiUY M E! cept. for legal holi- vene within the al- the meeting. The
vweekende only pls. Type) 955 FST Sport CONCESSION days, during normal LF14874 lowed time frame Planning Secretary
Bike, carbon ex,., nw TRAILDER FORD 'F250 business hours, at constitutes a waiver may be contacted at
Bire's.0 rakes. 334-7IDDES DIESEL,DVD 95,000 the Town of Bascom STATE OF FLORIDA of any right such a 4487 Lafayette
COLDETRA95,, 000Tr a Clerk's Office, 4969 DEPARTMENT OF person has to re- Street, Marianne, FL,
Platinum Model 98Kot-d $n-99 Moor 7c-58 GOL TRAYS, H w20e so n heer n matic transmission, Basswood Road, COMMUNITY quest a hearing un- 32448, (850) 482-9637,
Loaded $7,200 West United Motor Scooter BOILING TRAYS, w/ 2 slides, sharp. Like New condition Bascom, Florida AFFAIR S er Sections 120.569 or (800) 955-8771
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1919 West Main St. $3000. mfw 445-6302 $9,000. OBO $29,500. Offers! interior, ABS TO FIND THE participate in the ad- (TDD).
334-699-5880 Yamaha-01 RoadStar 334-389-2816 334-805-4906. interior, 4WDys, am/fB, Anyaffected person, TOWN OF BASCOM ministrative hearing.
Lincoln 01' Excutive Midnight Ed 1600, Chevy '06 Silverado CD, cruise, driver 163.3184, F.S., has a PLAN AMENDMENT After an administra-F4865
Series 103Kmi. cover,3000+ miles. Lilliston 6000, field 1500 Pickup, reg. cab, airbag, leather int., 163.3184, F.S., has a PLAN AMENDMENT After an administra-
w/reg ser., power H D Wide Black $5,100. ready, shelter kept. 2 WD, long wheel passenger airbg, PL, right to petition for IN COMPLIANCE tive hearing petin NOTICE OF MEETIN
windows & seats Glide-FXDWG. Black. (34 655-9111 $1000. 334-347-4283 s, 0 ml 850- P, PW, sun roof, an administra-tive DOCKET NO. 09-CIE1- is timely filed, media- NOTICE OF MEETING
windowsseaack.(334)655-91114283 ase,34,500mi.850-hearing to challenge NOI?3203-(A)-() tion is available pur- The Tourist Develop
Lico Z i20Bl.or 334-447-2572 482-73 e09 tow p 3kg. $28,000 the proposepagetncy suant tO Subsectionh
w. lumbar leather Like new. customs. (229)9424-9-0667theproposedmeenc
int. new tires adult 6600mi $14,750.404- Massy Ferguson 240 CHEVY '66, custom (2299420667 determination that The Department 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., ment meet
driven exc. cond. 578-1482jeff 400 hrs.likenew V8, p/b, swb auto FORD 2005 Lariat the Amendment to gives notice of its in- to any affected per- ing scheduled for
$6,900. cash firm truthisong.com $9,800. OBO 334-794- runs & looks good F350 Dually, 4X4, the Town of Bascom tent to find the son who is made a Wednesdy, March
334-790-4892 truinsong.co3226 Needs some work loaded, trailer brks, Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the part to the proceed- 17, 2010, at 10:00 am.
2003 YZ125, bought $2,500. 334-735-5404 sunroof. 139K miles is In Compliance, as Comprehensive Plan Ing by filing that re- in the Jackson Coun
Lincoln '07 MKZ, new in 2005, $2000; $18,995. 334-791-6514 defined in Subsection for the Town of quest with the ad- ty Administration
Lighttan w/beige in- 2007 YZF250, great Yam a'Vlax CHEVY '87 delux 10 163.3184(1), F.S. The Bascom, adopted by ministrative law Building, 2864, Madi-
terior, leather heated shape and well main- anniv. edition in Red w/blk stripes Ford 2009 King Ranch petition must be filed Ordinance No. 2009- judge assigned b. son Street, Marianna,
seats, ABS, side tained. $4000. Buy flame red, excel. $2000. 334-714-9558 SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 within twenty?one 02 on November 12, the Division of. A Florida, has been re-
airbags, 37k mi, NA- both for $5000. cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc Diesel, turbo 5 sp. (21) days after publi- 2009, IN COMPLI- ministrative Hear- scheduled to Wed-
DA$21,175 s@lifor 334-726-3842 &incl sissybar Ford'02 F150 XLT, auto trans. Forest cation of this notice, ANCE, pursuant to ings. The choice of neday, March 24, athe
$17,900 850-814-0155 guard. cover & trickle red, 4WD, Triton Green ext. Camel and must include all Sections 163.3184, mediation shall not 10:00 a.m. in the
8 motor, mint cond., & running cond. rkess@comcastnet GVWR, 2 axels, pd good tires, tool box, death forces sale. bed in Uniform Rule Madison Street,
burgundy, 39,390. $7000 850-445-2915 rje$1935 asking $1600 $13,500. 334-894-1212 3,100 mi. Asking $45K 28-106.201, F.A.C. The adopted Town of Marianna, Florida.
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needs acK snocKS.
$2000. 334-897-5482.
Mazda 03' Tribute
exc. cond. 106K mi.
$7,000. 334-692-9915
Mazda 03' Tribute
exc. cond. 106K mi.
$7,000. 334-692-9915
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Mazda 5, 07' Grand
touring, exc cond re -
maining warr. 48K
mi. black $11,500
334-445-3652 or 256-
452-8026
Mercedes '00 E320
Wagon $6500 OBO
334-220-2654
Mercedes 97' SL500.
Hd. top conv. 54K mi.
leather int. Wine col-
or 334-693-3980
Mercedes 98' SLK230,
leather, Hd. top, Con-
vert. Supercharged, 4
cyl. Cd, 89K mi;
$9,500. 334-898-1201
Mercury '01 Villager,
great family van,
$300 down, $199/mo.
Low miles, Leather,
loaded Call Steve
Hatcher 334-791-
8243.
Nissan '06 Altima,
sunroof, power doors
& window AM/FM,
CD 59K miles.
$12,000. 334-791-3081
Nissan '07 Altima
2.5SL, Black, 34,200
mi., bose stereo,
moon roof, spoiler,
leather int. very
clean, Like new.
$15,000. obo,
334-372- 0702 or
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Nissan '07 Pathfinder
SE, Black, Auto. 56K
mi. leather int., 3rd
row seat, Like new.
$16,000. 334-897-0582
Nissan '08 Altima
UNDER WARRANTY,
LIKE NEW! $200 down
$269 per mo. Call Ron
Ellis 334-714-0028
Nissan '08 Sentra,
4DR., like new! $200
down, $229/mo. Call
Ron Ellis 714-0028.
Nissan '89 Stanza 93K
miles, A/C, power
windows & locks,
cruise control. $1400.
334-648-5817
Pontiac '08 G6 GT
MUST SELL! $200
down $249 per month
Call Ron Ellis
334-714-0028
TOYOTA '10 silver
Prius, brand new, w/
extended warranty:
gps, solar/moon roof
etc. 334-899-4545


Big Dog 06' md#
Mastiff 14,500K mi.
black, 117 cubic inch
engine, 6-sp. Baker
trans. V&H, D&G
chrome spear air in-
take X gaurd warr.
Lots of extras bike lo-
cated in Troy Al.
i16.800 334-850-7077
FZ Suzuki 5079' col-
lectors item, 1 cyl, 2
stroke scooter, or-
ange, exc cond,
street legal. $1295.
334-774-2521 334-774-
2773 after 5 P.M.
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'02 Fatboy with lots
of Chrome, Black,
$10,250 352-303-2713
Harley Davidson '02
Heritage Classic, lots
of chrome, 16K miles,
$13,000.OBO. 334-
588-2409/798-9478
Harley Davidson '03
Electra Glide, pearl
white, 100th anniver-
sary edition, 16K
miles, lots of chrome
& extras, garage
kept. $11,000. 334-
792-1344
Harley Davidson 05'
FLHTCI Electra glide
classic 9,000 mi.
black, loaded,
$13,800. 334-714-9377
Harley Davidson 07'
Ultra Classic 12,000
mi. Pearl white, load-
ed, great price
$15,000. firm 612-396-
9898 or 334-673-3837


HARLEY DAVIDSON
'08 1200 Sportster
Custom, 108 miles,
warranty, Like new.
$8,700, 334-702-4778.
Harley Davidson '08
Electra Glide Classic,
4000 miles, 1 year
warranty left.
$17,000. 334-618-4430
Harley Davidson '08
Low Rider, less than
3K mi. black, warran-
ty, perfect cond.
many xtras. $13,500
850-526-2790
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2003, 1200 Sportster
100th anniv. edition.
Lots of chrome.
$7,500. 334-701-3974
Harley Davidson '87
FXR Superglide, Cus-
tom pamint,lots of
chrome, $9500 850-
260-1666 .
Harley Davidson '96
Fatboy, red & white,
13K miles, great
shape, $8,500.
334-899-1212
Kawasaki '08 Vulcan
900 custom, 2400
miles, windshield,
saddlebags, red. Re-
duced to $5500. 334-
692-3337 or 796-5421


VA.1IAHA '06
RoadrStar L700cc.
Black. Motorcycle
5000 rmles. Vance
Hines Ehaust Sys
tern. 4 neimets andi
gel cushior,. OrE
wwner. garage kelt.
Like new. $8000.
334 618 5833.
YAMAHA '08 V-star
250. Burgundy.
LOW miles! Like new'
Ask;na $2.695..
334-6 935454
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3rd Seat, good cond.,
$11,000. OBO 334 685
3921 or 334-795 8411
Chevy'04 Tahoe,
LS, Beige, 83000
,miles,PW, PL,
Radio/CD, tinted
wdws, running bds,
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7040, 569-5774.
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49.100 mi, leather,
new tires, power,
veri nice. $18,995
Wnite 850-579-4694


silver, leather heated
seats, all pwr, at, cd
w/mp3, 17" H polish -
ed alum. whls. 19K,
$14,500. 334-793-
4189/334-790-4857
Chevy Trailblazer 08'
black, LS 31K mi. A/C
& Rear air Exc. Cond.
$15,000. 334-791-9115
Ford '06 Expedition
Black 36K Rear Air
3rd Row Seat, Leath-
er $22K Nag. Like
New 334-718-0087
GMC '00 Jimmy,
great cond., $4200
OBO 850-526-2491
ask for Tom
Hummer '06 H3, 41k
miles, moon roof,
leather, seats, satilite
radio, blue exterior.
$22,495 OBO.798-9695
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