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Language: English
Publisher: R.B. Child
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 2006
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VOL. 83, NO. 10


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,20061 SECTION: 22 PAGES PLUS SUPPLEMENT


50 cents per copy


BOCC rolls back village


Unhappy taxpayers say it's not enough


FFA Alumni honored
Page 2


BY CAROLYN RISNER
:MANAGING EDITOR
SMany of the more than 100-
taxpayers who packed the
Bronson courthouse Monday
night thought they were be-
ing thrown a bone when the
county commissioners rolled
back the millage rate but not
enough to satisy them.
For more than two hours,
the county commissioners
heard their constituents plead
for not only reduced millage,
but mercy on their property
valuations.


Many of the taxpayers
were in agreement that if any
reduction in the millage rate
.were'to ever occur, this would
be the year because the coun-
ty is in solid fiscal shape.
Prior to the public com-
ments, Deputy Clerk Sheila
Rees announced the tenta-
tive millage at 9 mills. That
amount would generate 43.8
percent more taxes than last
year.
That number outraged
many of the citizens, who
asked what' kind of business


runs with that much of an an-
nual increase.
Commissioner Tony Park-
er assured the citizens that
the county commission has
no influence over their prop-
erty appraisals and reminded
them that land sales have
driven prices upward over the
last several years.
"The only way we can
help you is lower the millage
rate," Parker said, adding the
problem with lowering the
rate could mean a reduction
in' the services that growth


mandates.
Parker said he anticipated
property values decreasing
in the future and that would
mean less money for the
county.
He 'and Commissioner
Sammy Yearty, who served
as chairman in Nancy Bell's
absence, explained just what
services were anticipated.
Among them are new ambu-
lances, which will require 12
new employees, more money
for the sheriff's department
and communications, a new


courtroom and other capital
outlay projects.
Yearty also noted the coun-
ty would subsidize the water
and fire departments, as well
as the library.
Parker recommended the
county consider a millage
rate of 7.9 mills. He said that
would help alleviate some of
the tax burden on people who
received higher property val-
uations.
Dave Bibby of Williston
See Tax Page 22


Friday night blues
Pages 13-15


OBITUARIES


David Arrington
Syi'OnnCopeland
James Hardman
Sidney Henry
Elsa Howell
Ray Lott
Louis Novello Sr.
David Richard
Tim Taylor



CONTENTS ,..



Around Levy 2-3,6, 10-12
Opinion 4
Law & Courts 5
Obituaries 7
9-11 Remembrance 8-9
Levy History 10
Tides 11
Sports 13-15
Classified 16
Legals i 16-19
Land Transactions 19-21
Marketplace 20-21


Eeny, Meeny,


miney, moe, to


whom should the


mayoral seat go?

BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN
STAFF WRITER
Mayoral and vice mayor nominations were among new
agenda items on Monday's Chiefland city commission
meeting as commissioners passed around the mayoral title
likethe proverbial hot potato.
Alice, Monyei made the first motion, nominating Betty
CWalker to the position. That motion failed two to three, with
Rollins Hudson, Teresa Barron and Teal Pomeroy opposing.
The next motion placed Hudson in the mayoral seat, but it
died for lack of a second.
The next motion failing to receive a second was made
by Hudson moving that Pomeroy be mayor. Pomeroy then
motioned and received a second by Monyei that Monyei
be mayor. This motion failed three to two. Pomeroy then
motioned that Barron remain mayor. Although Hudson noted,
"I think she's had way too much criticism," that motion to
failed to receive a second.
Hudson then moved that Walker receive the mayoral mantle.
That move was seconded by Monyei and passed three to two,
with Pomeroy and Barron opposing.
Pomeroy then motioned that Hudson. be appointed vice
mayor. Barron seconded the nomination. That vote passed
four to one, with Hudson voicing the one no vote.
Other items discussed or voted on included:
Oath of office administered to recently re-elected
commissioners Barron and Pomeroy.
Voting unanimous approval of purchasing a John Deere
tractor to replace a 1968 model.
Heard from Mayor Walker that the city "does have a
permit for the EMS building."


Remembering 9-11


Journal photo by Miriam Blitch

CEDAR KEY Lions Club President Judy Duvall accepts an American flag on
behalf of the men and women who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
from Marine Corps League Commandant Harry Hopwood. The act was part
of a memorial commemoration sponsored by the Lions Club Monday. For
more photos of the day's events, see pages 8 and 9.


See Mayor Page 22 .



Two share top industry honor


Chiefland Chamber picks


auto dealer and veterinarian clinic as best


BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN
STAFF WRITER
Chiefland's Chamber of
Commerce is awarding two
businesses in this year's


Greater Chiefland Chamber
of Commerce Industry
Appreciation Day. Suwannee
Valley Veterinarian Clinic


will receive the Small
Business Award while White
Ford Mercury wins the Large
Business Award.


VETERINARIANS DAVID RENAUD and EDDIE MORGAN SITS inside the motor
Jennifer McHale with Olivia, one of the compartment to get at the cylinder
five office cats. heads of an F150 truck.


White Ford Mercury
Chiefland's fifty-year-
old White Ford Mercury
dealership is recipient of
the chamber's 2006 Large
Business of the Year award.
Managing partner and general
manager Don Barrett says he
is "pleased and overwhelmed
by the support we've received
from our customers in the tri-
county area."
White Ford Mercury will
be closed during the awards
luncheon so all 36 employees
will have the opportunity to
attend the luncheon. In this
way, Barrett says thanks are
given to "each and every


employee for the contribution
and role they play in making
the team effort a success."
The dealership makes a
practice of cultivating good
will among its employees,
according to customer care
manager Barbara Edmonds..
"We have experienced low
employee turnover. Some
employees have been here
over 10 years."
White Ford Mercury also
believes in supporting the
community that provides its
customer base. "We are a big
supporter of breast cancer

See Chamber Page 10


REACH US
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Managing Editor
Carolyn Rlsner
Phone
(3521400-4462


Fax
(3521490-4490 Chlefland
(3521486-5042 Bronson
Email
editor@levyjournal.om
Address
P.. Box 15 Bronson. F 32621-0159
P.B. Box299C0 Chlefand, l 32644-2990


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meetings, Saturday, Sept. 30
at 8:30 a.m. Cloverbuds do
not have to attend.
This year's Annual Fair
meeting will be held Sept. 25
at, 7 p.m. at the fairgrounds.
New directors and officers
will be elected and important
issues involving this year's
fair will be discussed.


Preparation underway

for fall quilt show


BY WINNELLE HORNE
CORRESPONDENT
Log Cabin Quilters met
Thursday, Sept. 7 at the Levy
County QuiltMuseum. What
a great day with the most
wonderful rain; never heavy,
just a slow rain that you could
almost see the grass and
plants saying "thank you."
It is so good to have Marie
back with us to help in the
kitchen and other places.
Some time it's, great.to get
away from other things and
come to our quiet place and
really relax.
Greg and five boys were
out Tuesday and got so much
done. They always make the
place look so good and we do
appreciate all they do;
We will be at Law
Appreciation Night Sept.


21 at the Usher Center and
we will have an officer from
Lancaster there to be honored.
Come out and see how much
all of the men and women do
for you every day. What a bad
place it would be if we didn't
have these people working
for us.
Before we know it, it will
be quilt show time. We start
Nov. 24 and run until Dec. 3.
More about it as time goes
by.
Lunch was so good today;
rice, creamed corn, okra
and tomatoes, cheese and
macaroni, broccoli salad,
Jell-O, Betty's lemon pie,
Marie's strawberry cake .and
so much more.
Winnelle Home is the
director of Levy County
Quilt Museum.


Chiefland FFA Alumni

earn state honors
The Chiefland FFAAlumni and Supporters were recognized
as one qf Florida's .top three Oitstanding Alumni Affiliate
chaleSg'at thb 78d' Stat6 FFA'Cotiventioti iMi Juine. A uni
member Dee Dee Carver accepted the award for the 16'ddl
group.
The Chiefland FFA Alumni and Supporters encourage and
support the.activities of the Chiefland High and Middle School:
FFA chapters and agriculture education programs.
During the 2004-2005 school term, the Chiefland FFA
Alumni and Supporters logged over 850 volunteer hours
and provided over $25,000 that enhanced opportunities for
personal development and leadership of local students.
Loran Brookins is president of the Chiefland FFA Alumni
and Supporters. Other officers are R.D. Skelton, vice president;
Cynthia Hunter, secretary; and Debi Sache, treasurer.












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Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy
Jason and Rebecca Kennedy invite their family and friends
to join them in a reception to celebrate their marriage on Sept.
30 at 5 p.m. at the Whitehurst Lodge.
Please call Brenda Kennedy at 486-4128 to confirm and for
directions.

Learn how to survive

a stroke Thursday

The Levy County Health Department will'host a free edu-
cational program on Preventing and Surviving Strokes Sept.
14 from 5-6 p.m. at the Levy County Health Department at
66 West Main St., Bronson.
Door prizes will be provided to all participants, including
free heart healthy cookbooks. The class will be conducted by
a certified health education specialist. Come learn how to
prevent heart disease and stroke as well as how to increase
your chances for survival.
Please call the Health PromotionfProgram at 493-6774 or
the Health Department at 486-5300 'to sign. up or for more
information. ...


VFW to pay POWs tribute

Chiefland VFW will recognize prisoners of war on Na-
tional POW Day Friday, Sept. 15 at 6 p.m.
The recognition will be followed by dinner and Karaoke.
Former Levy Codi~ty Veteran Service Officer George Her-
mansen will host the evening tribute.





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LEVY COUNTYJOURNAL AROUND LEVY COUNTY


Youth in the Tri-County
(Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy) area
wanting to participate in any
area of the Suwannee River
Fair Livestock Show and Sale
will need to attend a manda-
tory meeting.
You will have another
chance in September if you
did not make the August


News Briefs i

Yard sale donations needed
The Bronson Chamber of Commerce will be hosting anoth-
er yard sale, with live entertainment and food at Affordable
Solutions in Bronson (across from Perkins Bank) on Sept. 23
at 7 a.m. The chamber is seeking donations of any type of
yard sale items, singers to perform and raffle prizes. To ar-
range a donation or for more.information please contact the
Bronson Chamber at bronsonchamber@aol.com or call Bob
Levesque directly at 486-8029.

Williston plans Haunted House
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered
with area businesses to host a "Haunted House" at the Wil-
liston Fire Department for a second year.
This event has been a huge success in past years on the
night that we celebrate Trail of Treats.
Toma's Trim & Cut Tree Service, Kut 'N Up Hair Salon
and Enviropest together with the Chamber of Commerce and
Williston Fire Department will have a fun and scary experi-
ence for area children to explore. Donations of canned goods
or change will be appreciated but are not required of those
who will tour. the Haunted House.
If you are interested in being a part of the experience either
with donations or to assist with the project please contact ei-
ther Julie at 528-1098 or the chamber of commerce at 528-
5552.

Law enforcement officers to be honored
On Thursday, Sept; 21 at 7 p.m., the Chiefland Woman's
Club will be honoring Law Enforcement Officers in our area
at the Tommy Usher Center.
Since 1994, the Woman's Club of Chiefland has
acknowledged our law enforcement officers for their
outstanding achievements.
This LawAppreciation Day is open to the public and anyone
who is involved in law enforcement. Light refreshments will
be served.

Radio license exam is Saturday
The Levy County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
will conduct Amateur Radio License Exams Saturday, Sept.
16 beginning at noon in the Williston Community Center, 50
NW Main St., Williston. Seating is limited. Pre-registration is
required. The license exam fee is $14 cash.
Please bring the following:
*Photo I.D. *Social Security number or FRN
*Original -AND- two photocopies of your Amateur Radio
license (FCC form 660)
*Original -AND- two photocopies of CSCEs (if claiming
credit)
Forinformation.or-,pre-registration email-WM3B@yah6bQ
com, or call352-225-020'0.priorlo noon, Sept. i

Social worker to address parents
The quarterly meeting of the Levy County Exceptional
Student Education Parent Advisory Committee will be held
Sept. 14 at the Levy County School Boardroom from 6-8
p.m.
The presenter will be Terri Pogue, school social worker,
Levy County schools, who will discuss her role in assisting
parents with the exceptional student education process and
accessing community resources.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Coastal cleanup slated for Saturday


More than three quarters
of a million people will de-
scend on beaches all over the
world on Saturday, Sept.J16
to help tackle the problem
of marine debris during The
Ocean Conservancy's 22nd
Annual International Coastal
Cleanup.
Volunteers around the
world will help to clean up
the mess that we have left
behind while enjoying the
beach. Trash has made its
way from inland to wind up
on our beaches.
In 2005, 450,00 volunteers
removed 8.2 million pounds
of debris from 18,000 miles
of coasts spanning 74 dif-
ferent nations. In Florida,
25,090 volunteers collected
585,378 pounds of trash from
our coastlines.
While marine debris can
be found in all of the world's
oceans, the problem does
not necessarily start there.
Close to 80 percent of the
debris found on the beaches
is washed, blown or dumped
from shore. Most people do
not realize that trash travels.
Marine debris has a damag-
ing and often lethal impact on
birds and marine animals.
The cleanup may be global


A GROUP OF volunteers prepares to dispose of debris collected during the
spring cleanup off the Cedar Keys.


but the effort is local. Join a
dedicated group Saturday,
Sept. 16 at 8 a.m. at the Cedar
Key Marina.
You may choose whether
you would like an island.
cleanup, or to clean up the Ce-
dar Key coast.
Everything will be provid-


ed, including lunch!
This event is co-sponsored
by the Cedar Key Aquacul-
ture Association, the UF/
IFAS Extension (Institute of
Food & Agricultural Scienc-
es), and FAVOR, Friends and
Volunteers of Refuges, Low-
er Suwannee and Cedar Keys


National Wildlife Refuges.
For more information, in
the Cedar Key area call Sue
Colson at (352) 543-6648; in
the Chiefland area call Toni
Collins at (352) 490-5636;
and in the Trenton area call
Joan Stephens at (352) 463-
1095.


Fair charter up for discussion Sept. 14


The Levy County Fair
Task Force will hold its next
public meeting on Thursday,
Sept. 14, at 5 p.m.
This meeting will be an-
other chapter in what will
facilitate a great deal of
community involvement, a
spokesman said.
The group will begin to fi-
nalize the fair's charter and
establish the Levy County
Fair Assqciation, as, wel. as-
formalize the Livestock and
Projects Exhibit Shows for
release this school year.


.The meeting will be held
at the city of Williston Com-
munity Center located in
downtown Williston.

Pizza and soda will be or-
dered. If you wish to eat, plan
on $1 per slice and $1 per
drink. (Please RSVP at 486-
8029 for a head count.)
The Levy County Fair Task
Force is open to all business,
civic and nonprofit groups as
well as individuals.
The meeting will serve as
the next step in the formation


of the "Levy County Fair As-
sociation."
The Levy County Fair has
been pushed forward to No-
vember of 2007 and is seek-
ing as much group and in-
dividual involvement as we
can get to plan, organize and
facilitate what is hoped to be
the largest event ever held in
Levy County.

At least two representa-
tives from each township in
the county are needed, but
the committee will accept all


interested in participating.
There will be opportunities
to showcase your business,
vendor and concession op-,
portunities, fund-raising, in-
terest in the areas of agricul-
ture, equestrian, nature and
tourism, family fun, musical
and other entertainment, etc.

For more, information or
to receive a meeting agenda
prior to the meeting, please
email Bronsonchamber aop l
com or contact Bob LeVesque
at 486-8029


News Briefs

BHS Class of '96 reunion
The 1996 graduating class of Bronson High School is
invited for a 10-year reunion Sept. 22 and to attend the parade
and football game Sept. 23. A Dutch treat lunch begins at 1
p.m. at Bell's Restaurant in Chiefland. Bring your family or
at least bring pictures. Any questions please call Tara at 352-
339-0690 or email Rebecca at raakins@hotmail.com.

Hospice needs volunteers
Haven Hospice is seeking volunteers to serve in the Willis-
ton and Bronson communities. Please call Dana Weinfurter
at 352-493-2333 for more information.

4-H Roundup set
Attention all youth between the ages of 5-18 (must be 5
by Sept. 1), come out and see what 4-H is about. The 4-H's
Round-Up is Sept. 16 between 10 a.m. and noon.
This is the time to come see all the different clubs' displays,
meet the leaders, view the project and record books and ask
questions about 4-H.
A lunch of barbecue chicken will be served around 11:30.
Questions? Call the 4-H Office at 486-5131.

Ride will benefit LARC
The "Ride to Provide", a motorcycle ride that benefits the
Levy Association of Retarded Citizens (Levy ARC) will be
held Sept. 16.
This 73 mile long ride will begin at Nature Coast Financial
Services located at 425 East Noble Ave. in Williston and will
travel through scenic Marion and Levy counties: The ride
will end at Bell's Restaurant in Chiefland where a chicken
and rib dinner plate can be purchased for $10.
There is no cost to ride although donations are greatly ap-
preciated. First annual "Ride to Provide" T-shirts are avail-
able prior to and the day of the ride.
All profits and proceeds will go directly to Levy ARC.
The slogan on the back of our "Ride to Provide" T-shirt
reads "When you give help, you give hope."
All riders should pre-register by calling 352-558-4102 or
352-528-2222.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. Sept 16. The ride will leave
at 9:30 a.m.

Cemetery maintenance up for discussion
A meeting for the future care and maintenance of the Ellzey
Cemetery will be held Saturday, Sept 30 at 10.a.m. in the El-
lzey United Methodist Church's fellowship hall.
For more information, call 352-486-2769.

Commodity distribution set
USDA Commodity Distribution for Levy County will be at
the following locations at the designated times:
Sept, 14 -Town Of Inglis, Community Center, frqi, 1-2

Sept. 21 Williston, Lions Club, 1-2:30 p.m.


Vaccination clinic planned


Adelia Vachon, AARP
Advocacy Coordinator, and
Mignon Craig, president of
Williston AARP Chapter 912,
announce a Flu, Pneumonia
and Tetanus Shot Clinic on
Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. at the Fellowship Hall
of the United Methodist
Church at 213 W. Noble Ave.,
Williston. Maxim Health
Systems, LLC, of Ocala will
be administering the shots.
Maxim will directly .bill
Medicare Part B for the flu
and pneumonia injections
for all Medicare clients who
bring a picture identification
and their Medicare card.
Medicare will not pay
for tetanus shots. Maxim
cannot bill Medicaid or other
health insurance companies
but will issue a receipt,
which can be submitted for
reimbursement.
With all of the cuts and
scraps many older persons get,
paying for a tetanus booster
is a pretty good investment,
since it is only needed every


10 years unless a serious
injury occurs. Flu shots are an
annual event because of the
changes in the virus, which
causes flu. It is recommended
that a pneumonia shot be
repeated in five years, but this
is changed frequently by the
U.S. Communicable Disease
Department.
Cost of a flu shot is $25,
pneumonia vaccination is $40
and a tetanus shot costs $30.
Appointments will be made
at half-hour intervals with 40
being made for each time, so
please, come at' the specific
time of your appointment to
shorten waiting time.
An appointment can be
made by calling Adelia
Vachon at 528-5024 except
on Sept. 25, 26, 27 and 28
when you may call 528-
5977. In the past two years
morning appointments have
filled quickly. Leave your
name and phone number on
the answering machine if you
don't reach someone.


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Classified deadline is 2 p.m. Monday


Library advisory


board sets meetings

The Levy County Library Advisory Board has set the
following scheduling for its meetings, all of which begin
at 10 a.m. and are open to the public:
.2006
Oct. 18 Williston Public Library
Nov. 15 A.F. Knotts Public Library, Yankeetown
Dec. 20 Bronson Public Library

2007
Jan. 17 Cedar Key Public Library
Feb. 21 Luther Callaway Public Library,
Chiefland
March 21 Williston Pullic Librry
April 18 A.F. Knotts Public Library, Yankeetown
May 16 Bronson Public Library ..
June 20 Cedar Key Public Library.
July 18 Luther Callaway Public Library,,.
Chiefland ":
Aug. 15 Williston Public Library '
Sept. 19 A.F. Knotts Public Library, Yaiikeetown






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Chiefland High School will host an open house on Monday,
Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.
The open house will provide an opportunity for parents,
guardians, and the community to visit the Chiefland High
School administrators at their offices and teachers in their
classrooms.
Visitors to the open house may tour the campus and see the
improvements at Pridgeon Stadium and in the locker rooms
at the gymnasium.
The various clubs will provide information about the
functions and extra-curricular activities that are available for
student's participation.

Walk for Life is Saturday
Tri-County Pregnancy Center, Williston has scheduled its
7th Annual Walk-for-Life for Saturday, Sept. 16 at 9 a.m.
Preparations are being made for walk sites in Williston,
Bronson, Fanning Springs and Chiefland. Other sites may
be announced at a later day so you can choose the site that
is convenient to you. All walkers receive a free Pro-Life T-
shirt.
Tri-County Pregnancy Center has served the surrounding
communities for over 10 years. The ministry provides families
with food, clothing and baby items. Referrals are given for
medical care, adoption and.legal assistance, support groups,
maternity homes and housing.
For information on how you can be involved in the Walk-
For-Life, please call 352-528-0200. Office hours are Monday
9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday
9 a.m.-1 p.m.






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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


OPINION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


OUR VIEW

i-
Prove to me how great it is
To the editor:
* Lately I have been bearing how great our economy is
doing. Jobs have been created, it looks like everything
is coming up roses. Well, if.this is true, I believe every
newspaper in the United States should publish a list of the
jobs and wonderful opportunities that are available to the
most wonderful, the greatest young men and women this
world has ever known. I am speaking of the young men and
women returning from Iraq and the Bush war.
God only knows just like past veterans they have truly
earned and deserve a piece of the American Dream. I only
hope and pray they receive it before the illegal immigrants.
William J. Franklin
Bronson

Do unto others
To the editor:
Let's say you live in a residential community and the
property owner next to you (who has no intention of residing
on his land) plans to build a structure capable of holding
200 persons at a time, has showers, has potential sleeping
quarters, and has a kitchen.
Or let's say you live in one of the houses along 1 and 1/2
miles of side rbads that lead to this structure.
If you're like many of the residents in Fox Grove Farms
and in Shamrock Acres, subdivisions in Morriston where this
has occurred, you are probably not very happy with this land
owner.
I have to admit that when I, a home owner in Fox Grove
Farms, first heard that the pastor of the Living Waters Life
Center, located off of HWY 121, planned to build a "church"
at the end of our subdivision, I wasn't overly concerned.
Other than a "little extra traffic", what harm would there be
in having a church in the neighborhood? Even after a phone
conversation with-the pastor and a neighborhood meeting
that included the pastor and his wife, I wasn't convinced
that a church, retreat house, community center, mission or
whatever it's called, is such a bad thing.
But the more I discussed this witihmy neighbors and the
more I thought about it was the more I saw the harm in
having this 2 story metal structure in our neighborhood. First
of all, with a seating capacity of 200 persons, there will be
more than a "little extra traffic". For starters, there will be
an increase of traffic AT LEAST four times a week (to and
from Sunday and Wednesday services). And then of course if
services are added and/or other activities held, our normally
sleepy side streets will be very busy. This will have an
impact on the safety of the neighborhood children and horse
riders who frequent our roads. Besides safety concerns, there
will b e'xcegsiVe dtisnalong with w ar and tefr bn our difrt'
roads.
The building use is another cause for concern. From
talking to the pastor on the phone and listening to him at the
neighborhood meeting, it is my understanding that his intent
for using those classrooms/sleeping quarters, and kitchen
is not yet clearly defined. Is this facility going to be used
for retreats, drug rehab, bible study, a troubled teen house,
revivals.or what? To say the least, the vagueness for use of'
this 5000 or so square foot building is unsettling.
Many of the folks that moved to this area did so for peace
and quiet. And many of us can't help thinking that a regular
parade of cars passing our houses along with whatever
sounds are created by a large assembly of people will take
away the very reason we chose to live here. I do not doubt
that there are people who benefit from Living Waters Living
Center but I question that it has to be done at the expense of
others.
I appreciate all the hard work that the folks in Fox Grove
Farms and Shamrock Acres are doing to ensure that our
rights as home owners in these deed restricted communities
are protected. While I will move forward with them in this
effort, I also invite the pastor of Living Water Life Center
and his supporters to ask themselves how they would feel
if someone planned to build a similar structure down the
street from, or better yet, right next door to them. And if they
would feel the slightest reservation to this, then I hope and
pray that they will embrace the passage "do unto others as
you would have done unto yourself' and rethink the location
of their ministry.
Kathleen Hampton.
Morriston


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Journalism is my calling and my passion


Unlike most journal-
ists I know, there
was never any
light bulbs going off inside
my head when I decided
I wanted to be journalist.
However, somewhere
between the ages of six and
eight I began to fall in love
with the idea telling the story
of real events and important
information affected the au-
dience that reads my words.
My name is Neal Fisher
and I am proud to be a jour-
nalist. I think it is an honor-
able and noble profession
when done right. Along the
way I lost my way, but six
years ago, I realized our- '
nalism wasn't just a love or
something that I thought was
interesting, it is my passion
and calling in life.
Everyone has a purpose to
fulfill in this life and while
I have yet to discover the
purpose in its totality I am
to serve, journalism is the
vehicle by which I am>to
complete it.
The passion I have for
telling the public the story of
the issues that affect them is
more than something I enjoy.
To me it is a way of life and
its culture is the means by
which I have come to hold
the values and beliefs I hold
dear.
While I have spent a
lifetime pursuing a career in
journalism, the same can be
said of my passion for auto
racing and entertainment.
Hooked
On May 25, 1975, the
night before I turnedsix
years old, I saw my first
race, what was then known
as the World 600 and was
immediately hooked. Of
course, back in those days
the national networks only
televised segments of the
More prestigious races, I
don't remember what chan-


nel televised the race or even
what time it was, but I will
always remember the feel-
ing I had when I flipped the
channel with the race on.
My father was not around
often and I felt I had finally


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found a group of men and a
fraternity whose atmosphere
was what I needed and
"desired: 'Tholi' en' bbcatrie
my role models. To.me they
were what a man should be,
both good and bad. A few
minutes after I began to feel
the-comfort that comes with
knowing a person has found
his place, the announcers
spotlighted Dale Earnhardt,
who was making his first
start in stock car's top cir-
cuit.
I was immediately attract-
ed to him'as a role model
and so was born a life long
admiration and appreciation
for the man who through his
public celebrity would come
to have the biggest influence
on me during my forma-
tive years. While he was a
nobody at the time, strug-
gling just to find his place
in life, his demeanor and the
look in his eye instilled in,
me a confidence that one day
he would be somebody and
could provide an inspiring
example.
I know many fans of NAS-
CAR nation had their issues
with the "man in black"
during his heyday, but I was
inspired by his determina-
tion to achieve his goal of
becoming a champion'racer.
and his relentless pursuit
of it as well as his steadfast


perseverance to be the best at
whatever he tried. Because
of this, he grew into a man
who was respected and his
opinions were cherished as a
racer, businessman, husband,
father and friend. He was
not per-
NEAL FISHER fect, but
the per-
U son who I
Columnist saw at the
time of
his death
was a
man who
had learned and grown from
his mistakes. He was proof
that when a family believes
in the man of the house, a''
..person has a keen-eye for
what is going on around him
and. with hard work, one
can pick himself up by the
bootstraps and rise above his
beginnings.
Inspiration
As much as Earnhardt's
life has been an inspiration to
me his colleagues also hold
a place in my heart. Men
whose last name are Wal-
trip, Allison, Petty, Pearson,
Baker, Yarborough, Unser,
Andretti, Mears and Foyt
have also given me the cour-
age to overcome obstacles,
refuse to give up, learn from
my mistakes, avoid taking
the easy way out of difficult
situations (many of which
were not of my doing) and
follow a career in the com-
petitive field ofjournalism.
In fact, if there ever was a
case for the karma thing my
birth is it. My mother went
into labor during the 1969
Indianapolis 500, which was
eventually won by Mario
Andretti.
Much like Earnhardt, as
I have grown older I have
evolved into a man with
many other interests. While
journalism and racing will
never be replaced at the top


of my list of significant influ- .
ences in my life, because of ,b
what they meant to me when
I was a child, many other
people have given me in-
spiration'in my teenage and
adult years. Among them are
Shania Twain, Nolan Ryan,
Mark Messier and more
recently Danica Patrick, Rick
Hendricks and Jerry Bruck- (
heimer.
On May 25, 1977 Stars :
Wars was released and
much like the first time I
saw a race, I was attracted
to the idea of being an actor,
producer and director. With
Darth Vader's first appear-
''ance, clanmor&ig thibotgh the-''
rock concert like fog and
smoke while his laboring
breathing gave off the eerie
, villainous feeling we have all (?
come to love, the same as-
surance that this was where
I belonged developed in the
pit of my stomach. While
it took almost 25 years, ,
I decided to act upon the sen-
sation a few years ago and
have been in several movies
as well as several events at
Universal Studios.
Born and raised in the big
city of Detroit, Mich., the
last thing I expected was
to work for a community
newspaper in Levy County.
However, the wheels of fate
kept me in Orlando for most
of the '90s, because I was
pursuing a degree at the Uni-.
versity of Central Florida.
After my graduation I began
training for a career in the
federal government's foreign
affairs department, but five
years ago I realized it wasn't
for me. I-did not feel it was
where I belonged. After
several months of consider-
ing my future, I came to the
conclusion journalism and
acting was where I belonged.


See Neal Page 10


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unday p.m. Sept. 10
Hi! Had a wonderful
day with my friend
Debbie and her family. Had,
a good lunch and enjoyed it
very much and was treated
like one of the family. Isn't it
great to have special friends?
Thanks again, Debbie, for
being my special friend.
Later, OK?
Monday, 4:30 a.m. Coffee
is making and the puppies
are sleeping, but I'm just
being lazy.
Monday, 9 a.m. Here I
am again, right back where
I started from. Isn't it great
to be alive and still in the
land of the living. Oh, where
would I be without Jesus?
I have so much to do


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today. I
might get
it done. I
might not!
Time will
tell. I do as
I please. 1
just don't
please to
do too
much. MISS HONEY
Sometimes
it just overwhelms me!
I'd rather be visiting the
dollar store. Ha! I get to
see a lot of my customers
from IGA and that's great.
And also the yard sales they
have down at the Bronson
Motel. I visit with all my
friends down there and I get


to see Maggie, a friend who
had been sick, down at the
Bronson restaurant. I am
glad she is up and around
again.
My sister and her husband
came Saturday to see me and
yes, I was down at the dollar
shore so they came back
down there.
If you fail to find me, most
likely that's where you will
find me.
I guess you could call
me their "greeter". I talk to
everyone. They're all my
friends.
Life is short, live it. Love
is free, give it. Death is
sure, be ready! We have no
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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


Drug Task Force n

Michael P. Smith, 57, of Morriston was charged with
maintaining a drug dwelling and possession of crack
cocaine after the Levy County Drug Task Force executed a
search warrant at his residence on SE 251t Street on Sept. 1.
Recovered at the scene were crack cocaine, powder cocaine,
marijuana, paraphernalia and a Glock handgun. Bond was set
at $11,000.
Also arrested was Ronald Lee Griffin, 22, of Reddick
who was charged with the sale of cocaine and possession of
cocaine.
Other arrests by the Levy County Sheriff's Department
include:
William Charles Wilson, 35, of Homosassa was charged
with battery. Bond was set at $15,000.
Richard Dwight Anstine, 47, of Trenton was charged with
interference with child custody.
Leon Moore, 50, of Chiefland was charged with domestic
battery. Bond was set at $3,500.
Norman G. Giddings Jr., 51, of Williston was charged with
domestic battery.
Jimmie Lee Donald, 46, of Chiefland was charged
with disorderly intoxication. He was released on his own
recognizance.
David Williams, 34, of Rosewood was charged with
domestic battery. Bail was set at $5,000.
John Hallman Eubanks, 52, a homeless person, was charged
with disorderly intoxication.
Jared E. Hawkins, 19, of Williston was arrested on failure
to appear (FTA) for arraignment. Bail was set at $25,000.
Travis Adam Wyrosdick, 20, of Bronson was charged with
burglary and grand theft.
Michael James Kares, 23, of Trenton was charged with
aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and property
damage/criminal mischief over $200 but under $1,000. Bond
was set at $10,000.
Charlee L. Kanzul, 33, of Williston was charged with
neglecting a child without harm. Bond was set at $2,500.
Harvey Edward Eaglin, 27, of Yankeetown was charged
with misusing 911. Bond was set at $2,500.
Lore E. VanKavelaar, 34, of Williston, was charged with
failure to register as a sex offender. Bond was set at $5,000.
Neil Allen Hill, 41, of Morriston was charged with
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Samuel Otis White, 23, of Bronson was charged for FTA--
not having a driver's license. Bond was set at $1,000.
Larry Leon Smith, 52, of Indianapolis, Ind. was charged
with trespassing to a structure.
Terry Carl Dukes Jr., 18, of Bronson was charged with
grand theft. Bond was set at $5,000.
Ulysses C. Monroe, 56,. of Williston was arrested on a
Marion County warrant for attaching an unassigned tag not
assigned. Hew as ordertolserve 60 days.
Juan J. Sp i 7,po 2 f; QiQTq ,was chajged.,witb,fia,4d. He
was released on his own recognizance.
The following persons were charged with violation of
probation:
Lewis Williams, 55, ofWilliston, burglary. No bond.
Joey R. Martinez, 25, of Morriston, no valid driver's
license. No bond.
Thiagos Velasquez, 22, of Odessa, possession of a
controlled substance, possession of cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, discharging a firearm. in public. No bond.
Edward J. Neary, 43, of Bronson, lewd and lascivious
assault on someone under the age of 16. No bond.
Marsha Allen, 41, of Chiefland, possession of cocaine. No


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 Page 5


lakes cocaine bust Police search

bond. armed robbe
Dale A. Monroe, 39, of Chiefland, criminal mischief. Bond arm ed robbed
was set at $10,000.
James D. Cade, 23, of Morriston, driving under the influence The Chiefland City Po-
(DUI). Bail was set at $322.50. lice are looking for a cou-
Eric James Marshall, 23, of Williston, driving while license pie who robbed the La Rey-
was suspended/revoked (DWLSR). Bail was set at $1,504. na store around 12:19 p.m.
Courtney A. Copeland, 22, of Williston, escape. No bond. Sept. 9.
Kevin Jermaine Patterson, 31, of Gainesville, DWLSR. The male suspect is His-
Bail was $640 cash. panic with a dark complex-
Jeremy David King, 33, of St. Petersburg, battery and grand ion and black hair. He is
theft. No bond. 5' 8" tall and weighs 170
Leroy Yarrell Jr., 31, of Port St. Joe, possession of marijuana pounds. The suspect has ,
more than 20 grams and possession of marijuana with intent two tear drops tattooed un-
to distribute. No bond. der his left eye and "ama-
Liane M. Lastia, 20, of Bronson, no valid driver's license, do" tattooed on his neck.
Bond was set at $3,500 or $395 cash. He also has other tattoos on If you have
The Williston Police Department reports the following his arms. lated to this i
arrests: The female suspect is the Chiefland
Enriquez Cesar Cortez, 39, of Atlanta, Ga., was charged white with brown hair. She ment at 1-3'
with unauthorized possession of fraudulent driver's license is 5'7" and weighs 140 the Levy Cou
and false identification to a law enforcement officer. pounds. pers at 1-877-
A Williston juvenile, 17, was charged on a felony warrant
for lewd and lascivious molestation on a person 12 years old
but less than 16 years old. No bond was set. S e if'S P
Courtney A. Copeland, 22, of.Williston was charged on an Sheriffs Cor
FTA warrant. No bond was set.
William D. Birchfield Sr., 49, was charged with.aggravated pha .
'assault after he allegedly wielded a machete at another On pnarm aceutical c
person.
Albert G. Pendleton, 54, of Chiefland, was charged with T i, everyone and -
fraud. H welcome to the
Ryan M. Bonaccorso, 24, of Williston.was charged with 1HSheriff's Cor-
resisting a law enforcement officer without violence. ner. Well, no hurricanes this
Eric James Marshall, 23, of Williston was arrested on a, weekend, but we did have an
Putnam County warrant. earthquake. We also heard
Romero Ray Morales, 26, of Williston was charged with that quite a few people felt
disorderly intoxication after he allegedly stumbled into the the quake that was located
women's restroom at Winn-Dixie, urinated: on the walls and about 260 miles southwest of verify prescri
then knocked over merchandise in the store. Clearwater. tors. They a
Patricia Ann Lillie, 46, of Williston was charged with I'd like to finish the topic real customer
possession of cocaine and resisting without violence. The of pharmaceutical crimes this trying to pa
estimated street value of the .2 grams of cocaine is $15. week. scription. V
Norman Bernard James Jr., 22, of Williston was arrested I'll begin with some of remember the
on a warrant for cocaine possession/selling. Bail was set at the ways suspects conduct son bringing
$20,000. themselves when setting up tion. When a
*Juan Rafael Sandoval, 37, of Williston:'was arrested for a crime. Some suspects will comes in to p
driving without a license and tag altered. just steal a prescription pad they'll check
Renee Elaine Curtis, 49, of Gainesville was arrested for or at least several prescrip- Suspects
DUI charge. tion sheets. Sometimes they and sometime<
Joyce Christine Clarke, 56, ofWilliston was arrested on receive a real or legitimate of two. On
a warrant out of Iron County, Utah for sell of amphetamine. :prescription, and then they prescription
Bail wassetat $2Q0,000,, ,. t, .k, t ,, -J,,,lAake copies, or change the watches to se
The Chiefland Police Department reports the following number of pills indicated on cist calls in
arrests for: the slip. Suspects also
*Christina April Pearce, 23, of Cross City was arrested for Currently, suspects are us- hours and w
driving while license suspended. ing computers to create then doctors are of
Willie Tyrone Davis, 19, of Chiefland was arrested for print a prescription. A num- Law enfo
battery (strike, or touch). ber of suspects have been able close with ho
Jose Gonzolez, 27, of Cross City was arrested for non to steal a verification number. and pharmaci
valid driver's license. They then will phone in a fake these types o
Leonard Conrad Gulbronson, 61, of Chiefland was arrested prescription. Sometimes they everyone has
for grand theft of $300 or more and another charge of grand are able to remove or alter the Take care.
theft $300 or more, possession of certain forged notes or bills ink on the prescription. They Johnny Sn
and uttering forged bills. then write a new medication Levy County


rimes
or quantity
on the slip.
SP, har-
macists
are very
smart and
have been
trained to
options with doc-
lso get to know
rs from the ones
ss a false pre-
Very often they
e face of the per-
in the prescrip-
different person
ick up the order,
further.
are also smart
es work in teams
e.drops off the
while the other
ce if the pharma-
for verification.
o come in after
weekends when
ff.
rcement works
ispitals, doctors,
.es to investigate
f crimes. I hope
s a great week.

nith is sheriff of
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Chamber fears tax assessments


will hurt area businesses


BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN
STAFF WRITER
Tax assessments and
their resulting potential
increases that could
severelyaffecttheresources
of both homeowners and
small businesses in Levy
County was the main topic
of the Bronson Chamber
of Commerce meeting
Thursday, Sept. 6.
Tax assessment,
statements mailed out
to homeowners contain
three significant columns:.
column one shows property
taxes paid last year and
column three shows taxes
if no budget change is
made.
"Please pay attention to
column two," Chairman
President Bob Levesque
warned.
"It's a potential tax
increase. Be frightened by
it ifyou must-know where
your taxes could be."
Levesque said his
propertytaxeshadincreased
dramatically, and that the
newly assessed value was
based on a nearby property
that was both on a paved
road and had access to a
state forest.
He stated that
assessments are made
according to recently sold
properties within a few
mile radius.


"Homeowners need to be
aware of what their values are
and to request market value
decreases if the numbers
don't seem right."
Levesque challenged
his and has received a new
assessment he believes, is
more in line with the actual
value of his property.
"You need to act fast,"
Levesque continued, "since
the deadline for challenging
your assessment is Sept. 18.
If the new assessments are
passed, they will be much
more difficult to challenge
down the road."
Other topics discussed
during the September meeting
included:
The chamber is hosting
a yard sale Sat., Sept. 23
beginning at 7 a.m. in the
Affordable Solutions parking
lot. Space is available for
businesses ($25 per table) and
individuals ($15 per table).
Levy County Business
Expo will be held Nov. 11
and 12 in conjunction with
the Williston Home Show
Expo.
A motorcycle event, the
"Ride to Provide" to benefit
the Levy County Association
for Retarded Citizens. The
ride will begin at Nature
Coast Financial in Williston
at 9:30 a.m. and run through
Levy and Marion Counties.
The ride will end up at Bell's


Restaurant in Chiefland
where a BBQ dinner will
be available for $10. For
more information contact
Sean Mullins at 558-4102
or Mitchell Arnold at 577-
4241.
The chamber's ongoing
"Buy Local" campaign. The
group is currently working
on a one-page newsletter
that will be available free
at local businesses. The
newsletter will contain
display ads for chamber
businesses and other.local
businesses that purchase
them, and will contain
interesting area trivia.
Area teacher Ivonne Diaz
also spoke to the group
about ongoing activities at
area high schools. Students
from Chiefland and
Williston High Schools are
practicing for the United
States Decathlon (USAD),
a nationwide academic
competition. This is the
first time Florida will send
a team to the competition.
Only four teams are being
formed in Florida; two of
them are from Levy County
and the other teams are
from Brevard County. The
state competition will be
Feb. 7 9 in Orlando. The
national competition will
be held in Hawaii in April
2007.


Bomb threat delays bus travelers


BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN'
STAFF WRITER
"There is a bomb on a bus
that departed from Tampa and
is en route to Tallahassee. Get
everyone off or I will blow it
up."
These were the words
that a greeted a Greyhound
dispatcher answering phones
at a Dallas, Texas bus station
Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006
around 10 a.m.
Dispatchers immediately
contacted the driver of Bus
7098.
Larry D.' Hadley, who had


just reached the intersection
Highway 19 and State Road
26 immediately pulled the
bus off the road and contacted
law enforcement.
Gilchrist, Levy andAlachua
counties, Florida Highway
Patrol and the Department of
Environmental Protection all
responded.
Traffic was rerouted away
from the bus location and
a staging area set up at the
Shrine Club on State Road 26
for the passengers.
All 19 passengers were
safely evacuated to the


staging area. Levy and
Alachua county bomb K-9
units searched the bus and all
passengers personal effects.
No explosive devices were
found.
The bus was released
back to the driver and the
passengers continued on their
scheduled bus route.
The 9-1-1 call was received
at 10:08 a.m. and the scene
cleared around noon,
according to the Gilchrist
County Sheriff's Office.


Marion Maurice Baker
Date of birth: 12-14-72
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: VOP
possession More Than
20 GM of Marijuana

Derrick M. Cassels
Date of birth: 10-8-81
Last known Address:
Lochloosa
Wanted for: VOP
Battery

SJoseph Mack Graham
Jr.
Date of birth: 12-6-52
Last known Address:
Williston
Wanted for: FTA
DWLSR Knowingly,


Mark Byram
Date of birth: 5-7-72
Last known Address:
Cross City
Wanted for: VOP
Possession of Cocaine


Anthony L. Debusk
Date of birth: 12-6-85
Last known Address:
Inglis
S Wanted for: VOP
possession More Than
20 GM of Marijuana
Antonio D. Wiggins
Date of birth: 9-16-82
Last known Address:
Chiefland
Wanted for: Fraud
Insufficient Funds over
$150


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Anyone knowing the whereabouts or having any information
about the above individuals, please contact the
Levy County Sheriffs Office at 486-5111,
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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


JOHN HANCE O'Steen Camp 770 of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans hosted their Annual picnic at O'Leno State Park. Over 78 members, families, visitors
and other SCV Camps attended.


SCV gather at O'Leno State Park for annual picnic


BY CLEMENT LINDSEY
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
On Aug. 19, the John Hance O'Steen Camp 770, Sons
of Confederate Veterans had their.Annual Picnic at O'Leno
State Park with over 78 individuals and lots of good food.
Eight different camps, the Olustee Chapter 2488, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, Lee Legacy Chapter 946,
Black Hawk Cavalry Chapter 856, Children of the Confed-
eracy and visitors from around Florida attended.
.It is a day when members of the Sons of the Confeder-


ate Veterans and their families get together and enjoy good
fellowship and discuss their ancestors, the living conditions
during 1861-1865 and what the soldier families had to live
through.
A lady from Lake City won the raffle for quilt that had all
50 states sewn into the squares.
The Sons of the Confederate Veterans is an organization
that honors their Confederate ancestors, locate and make sure
that they have a headstone on their graves, educate the public
about the Confederate Battle flag and the cause of the War


Between the States.
We do living history for schools, 4-H Clubs and other
camps, clubs, and organizations to demonstrate how the-fam-
ilies lived during such trying times in history. John Hance
O'Steen Camp 770 meets every third Tuesday night at the
Bell Community Center starting at 7 p.m. and the public is
welcome.
Clement Lindsey is the commander of the John Hance
O'Steen Camp 770 of the Sons of the Confederate Veter-
ans.


Levy Libraries


offer stc

Levy County Public Li-
brary System provides story-
time at all of our branches.
Please check with your local
branch library for its sched-
ule, and bring your child or
group to us or arrange a time
at your facility for a great
interactive experience with
books.
WHAT IS STORY-
TIME?
Storytimes are 30 to 45
minutes of fun learning ac-
tivities, designed for pre-
schoolers. Each session may
include books, songs, pup-
pets, short films.
WHY DO WE HAVE
STORYTIME?.
Research has proven that
when children are introduced
to books at an early age,
developmental patterns of
reading form and continue
throughout life. Our experi-
ence confirms that preschool-
ers not only enjoy reading
and listening, but also sharing
what they have learned with
others. Children benefit from
the sessions by broadening
their vocabulary, listening
skills, and the ability to share
experiences with children of
their own age level.
10 GOOD REASONS
TO BRING YOUR
CHILDREN) TO STO-
RYTIME:
1. Enhances children's lis-
tening skills.
2. Introduces childrento a
wide variety of experiences.
3. Helps prepare children
for learning to read.
4. Improves and enrich-
es the quality of children's
lives.


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5.. Helps them do well in
school.
6. Provides fun and enjoy-
ment for children and adults.
7. Introduces children to
art through illustrations.
8. Helps create a special
bond between parents and
children.
9; Provides inspiration
through words.
10. Shows them you care.
Please contact your local
library or Jenny Rodgers,
Youth Services Coordinator
for more details.
A.F. Knotts Public Library
352- 447-4212
Bronson Public Library
352-486-2015
Cedar Key Public Library
352-543-5777
Luther Callaway Public
Library 352-493-2758
Williston Public Library
352-528-2313
Jenny Rodgers
352-486-5552


CHS introduces two new programs at open house


Two Career Technical
Education programs will
be featured at the Chiefland
High School Open House at
7 p.m..on Monday, Sept. 18.
A new Teacher Cadet class,
added to the curricullim n t
CHS this school year, offers
challenging real-worfd
projects and assignments
typical of the education field.
The course includes
the study, development,
organization and practices of
preschool, elementary, and
secondary school.
Classroom activities
include reading, research
projects and multiple day.
internship at Chiefland
Elementary School.
Students are involved in
reflective writings, hands-on
activities, observations and
projects designed to provide
students an opportunity to
explore careers in education.
Criminal Justice is another
career and technical education
class that is available to
students at Chiefland High
School'this year.


The criminal justice
curriculum is designed
to provide students an
opportunity to explore
various careers in criminal
justice, Course, objectives
A -AiAv .-ur M i i


parallel the academy
standards established by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement.
Parents, students, and the
public are invited to visit


Chiefland High School's
teachers and administrators
in the classrooms and the
administrative offices during
the open house.
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David E. Arrington
David E. Arrington, 47, died Friday, Sept. 8, 2006.
An insurance agent for Liberty National, he was a loving
husband, father and son. He was an avid outdoorsman and
enjoyed spending time with his wife and children, fishing,
hunting, horseback riding and enjoying life. He was a member
of Pine Grove Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Cindy Carlisle
Arrington, Trenton; mother Lois H. Arrington, Trenton; two
sons, Dave W. (Crystal) Arrington and Dexter C. Arrington
both of Trenton; sister, Wilma Jean Asbell, Bronson; brother,
Wayne Arrington, Trenton.
He was preceded in death by his father, G.W. Arrington and
a sister, Betty Watson.
The funeral was held Tuesday, Sept. 12 at Pine Grove
Baptist Church with Pastor Greg Douglas officiating. Burial
followed in the church cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Pine Grove
Baptist Church Building Fund.
Watson Funeral Home, Trenton, was in charge of
arrangements.

Syi'Onn DA'Monn Copeland
Syi'Onn DA'Monn Copeland, infant, died Sept. 2, 2006.
He was the son of Steven Copeland and Ernona Copeland
of Atlanta, Ga. and the nephew of Letha Dallas of Williston.
Graveside funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 9 at.New
Hope Cemetery, Williston.
. Funeral services were under the direction of Carnegie
Funeral Home, Chiefland.

James Hardman
James Henry Hardman, 55, of West Palm Beach, died Sept.
4, 2006 at Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties following a
brave battle with cancer.
Born in Chicago, Ill., he was a long time resident of West
Palm Beach, graduated from Palm Beach High School and
Florida Atlantic University and received his juris doctorate
from Stetson University. He was an attorney and political
consultant, specializing in political campaign management.


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Page 7


In recent years, he was an active volunteer with the
American Red Cross, working with local hurricane shelters.
Throughout his adult life, he was an avid Miami Dolphins
and Miami Hurricanes fan. He enjoyed travel,- gourmet food
and music.
Survivors include his mother, Charlotte Mary Blaney of
Suwannee and sister and brother-in-law, Ari and J. Robert
Russell of Suwannee.
Contributions may be made to the American Red Cross in
his memory.
Arrangements were under the direction of Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Services, Chiefland.

Sidney Henry
Sidney Lee Henry, 28, died Saturday, Aug. 26, 2006, at his
residence in Trenton.
Mr. Henry is survived by his father, Henry Lee Henry of
Trenton; sons, Quinton Henry and Karon Henry of Chiefland,
Trevor Henry of Trenton, Kalop Henry of Palatka and Eric
Henry of Otter Creek, daughters, Shabrika Henry 'and Mo-
nique Henry of Bronson; brothers, Deilwone Lee Henry Sr.
(and DaShema)and Roy Henry of Trenton, Stephen Davis of
Chiefland and Derrick Hayden of Atlanta, Ga.; sisters, Robin
Gillis of Trenton and Charlene Davis of Cliiefland, Crissilia
Palmer of Winter Haven and Asia Henry of Trenton; step-
sisters, Anita Smith, Coretta Donaldson and Paula Brown of
Gainesville.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Elaine Gilmore.
Arrangements were under the direction of Duncan Broth-
ers' Funeral Home, Gainesville.

Elsa Eisner Howell
Elsa Eisner Howell, 91, of Fanning Springs, died Sept. 10,
2006 at Haven Hospice of the the Tri Counties.
Born in Fresno, Calif., she was a homemaker and had lived
in the area for seven years.
Survivors include her husband, John and a stepson, Mat-
thew Howell of Santa Rosa, Calif.; one grandchild and two
great-grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Haven Hospice of the Tri
Counties, 311 NE 9th St., Chiefland, FL 32626.
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Chiefland, was in charge of
arrangements.

Ray Allene Lott
Ray Allene Hinds Lott, 70, of Chiefland, died Sept. 7,
2006 at Haven Hospice of the Tri Counties. She was a retired
customer service representative for the city of Lakeland.
She was born in Levy County and lived most of her life here.
She enjoyed her grandchildren and working in her yard.
Survivors include a daughter, Faith Neale of Concord, N.C.;
a son, Leon Roberts of Ft. Lauderdale; two brothers, James
Richardson Hinds of Chiefland and Louis Hinds of Virginia;


Playing the hand you're dealt
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Back in school they
used to call me
f Flicktity. I don't
know where they got it, but
it just seemed to fit.
The Sheffield Unabridged
would define it: Flicktity:
Someone coordinationally
challenged. Someone un-
swooft. It's just these big
feet: size 14. They cause me
to run like a punch-drunk
Ronald McDonald with a
bad rash.
My football coach never
knew what to do with me. I
wanted to play running back.
SHe saw me run and yelled,
"Come back!" I weighed a
Sbuck fifty and couldn't keep
up with the lineman.
SAs most flicktity folks
do, I eventually found my
way to slow pitch softball.
Yet even there my feet just
seemed to stick out.
Most teams would be
J nice to me openly, but it
Swas awfully suspicious how
I was always the one who
ended up with the outdated
schedule and the wrong color
jersey.
Naturally I was a little
wary when a team called me
to come fill in recently. Had
They forgotten how many
triple plays I had hit into?
But then I thought, "Ah
who cares? Maybe it's time
Sold Flicktity came out of
Retirement anyway. I've been
Swedged in behind this desk
too long." Besides, I'd have
a whole week to get back in
shape.
Game day soon arrived
and along about the third
inning I finally swaggered up
to the batter's box.
I cleaned my cleats, spit,
scratched real good, and did
everything else cool I knew
to do just short of calling my
Shot.
At that point nobody
; could have guessed the
Truth; my only chance of not
getting thrown out at first
was to hit it out of the park.


This was
forefront
in my
mind
as the
pitcher
wafted
that
first big
grapefruit
down the
pike.
I took a cut that would've
made the Mighty Casey
blush. The wind shear
alone blew off the pitcher's:
hat. Unfortunately I had
swung several seconds early
and I fear I may have not
actually hit the ball until
my backswing. The pitcher
charged the little dribbler,
gathered up his hat, fixed his
hair, and was ready to toss
the ball to first before I could
stumble across home plate.
I knew both people in
the stands were probably
watching me so I decided to
be a good sport and.run it on
out. At least I could show
them that a Sheffield never
quits. In fact they used to
tell me, "Flicktity, you never
know when to quit."
Unfortunately there
seemed to be some sort of
mix up in my central nervous
system. I'm sure my brain
was sending out running
instructions, but my legs and
arms seemed to be receiving
fighting signals.
I commenced whooping
the air like a one man gang
until I was almost back
peddling. Somewhere along
the line I cleated a guy over
by the dugout with my right
foot and almost tripped over
the pitcher's mound with my
left.
When the dust finally
cleared I stood huffing on the
bag, looking to the umpire
for the call. He wasn't
paying me no mind; he had
his eye on the next batter
who was already working a
full count.


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Guy E. Sheffield


I admit the temptation has
been to look into some sort
of foot reduction surgery.
Or maybe join a Flicktities
Anonymous. I'm sure there's
one out there.
But the more I thought
about it the more I realized
that it's just time I put my
foot down, and without
shame.
You see, it's God who
made me like this and He
likes me just the way I am.
To the praise of the glory
of his grace, wherein he
hath made us accepted in
the beloved. Ephesians
1:6. He didn't want me to
be like everybody else. My
fingerprints and DNA are'
proof of it! You know what?
I'm an original, sculpted by.
the Master Himself. I think
I'll just start celebrating my
un-swooftness.
But anyway, we've all
been dealt a different foot, I
mean hand. We all have our
strengths to play to and our
weaknesses to overcome.
The best thing we can
do is to just be a good sport
and run it on out. We're just
people.
There's only one perfect
One, the Lord Jesus, and
He wants us to find our
fulfillment in Him. I may be
Flicktity, but these are the
feet the Lord has made and
I will rejoice and be glad in
them.

Guy E. Sheffield, of
Hernando, Miss. is the
president of the nonprofit
ministry SoulFood.


MELODY LAFLAM and Amy Spielman were sworn in last week by Deanna
Castell as volunteers for the guardian ad litem program. Guardians ad
litems are volunteers appointed by the court to advocate for a child. Most
of these children have been removed from their homes because of alleged
abuse, abandonment or neglect.


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Haven Hospice gets grant


Aetna Inc. (NYSE: AET)
and the Aetna Foundation
have awarded Haven Hospice
a $50,000 grant in support of
its Health Care Disparities
Project.
Part of a new Compassion-
ate Care (SM) Program, the
grant furthers Aetna's and the
Aetna's Foundation's com-
mitment to empower Ameri-
cans to make well-informed
decisions about their health
care, including the care they
receive at the end of life.
"Everybody deals with end
of life issues," said Haven
Hospice Executive Director,
Tim Bowen. "This grant is a
leap forward for Haven Hos-
pice in our ability to provide
the best end of life care for
everyone we serve."
The grant will help Haven
Hospice research and ad-
dress the racial and ethnic
disparities regarding access
to end-of-life and palliative
care. Part of the grant will
include three 30-minute tele-
vision programs exploring
this topic in-depth. The pro-


grams will air on WJCT-TV
during November, December
and January and then be com-
piled into a 90-minute special
to be aired in February during
Black History Month.
"Working to build healthy
communities, Aetna and the
Aetna Foundation are ad-
dressing racial and ethnic dis-
parities in health care," said
Marilda L. Gandara, Presi-
dent of the Aetna Foundation.
"For six years, the Regional
Community Health Grants
Program has been a major
part of that effort by funding
programs that improve under-
standing of racial and cultural
diversity, and provide access
to quality health care."
Under the year-long grant,
Haven Hospice also will fo-
cus on educating health care
professionals and caregivers
on the barriers African Amer-
icans and Hispanic popula-
tions meet when accessing
end-of-life care. This portion
of the grant will be executed
in an innovative "train the
trainer" approach that utilizes
key community partnerships.


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a sister, Francis Whitman of Brooksville; a grandson, James
Neal; two granddaughters, Tori Neale and Kelly Roberts;
several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, William Hinds
and Leon Willard Hinds.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Haven
Hospice of theTri Counties, 311 NE 9th St., Chiefland,.FL
32626.
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Chiefland, was in charge of
arrangements.

Louis J. Novello Sr.
Louis Joseph Novello Sr., 54, of Morriston, died Aug: 30,
2006 in Williston.
Born in Inwood, N.Y., he had resided in the area for a year
and was a maintenance worker. He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife,, Kathy McNulty' Novello;
daughters, Angie Wilkinston of Trenton and Nicole Novello
of Archer; sons, Anthony and Louis Joseph Novello Jr., both
of Williston and six grandchildren.

David Linwood Richard
David Linwood Richard, 77, of Chiefland died Sept. 8,
2006.
S Born in Kendall, he moved here from Miami
25 years ago. A U.S. Army veteran of the Ko-
rean War, he was a cable splicer who retired
from Bellsouth after 50 years of service. He en-
joyed drawing, oil painting, wood carving and
gardening.
Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Mar-
garet Richard; son, David Wayne of Wilming-
ton, Del.; daughter, Debra Marie Richard of Chiefland; two
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
A memorial service was held Wednesday, Sept. 13 at
Charles Strickland Memorial Chapel, Knauff Funeral Home,
Chiefland.

Tim Taylor
Thomas (Tim) Taylor, 76, of Bronson died Aug. 21, 2006
after a long illness.
| Born in Michigan, he was a U.S. Army
veteran and of the Jehovah Witness faith. He
had lived in Bronson the last 14 years.
Survivors include his wife, Delores "De,"
two sons, James of New York and Tim of
Bronson; two daughters, Lynn Russo of New
York and Kathy Taylor of Cocoa Beach; 15
grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was held at the Kingdom Hall of the
Jehovah Witness in Chiefland.








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BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN
STAFF WRITER
S ept. 11, 2006 dawned bright and clear, not
unlike that unforgettable date five years ago.
A breeze cooled the 100 or so people who
gathered in Cedar Key City Park Monday at
8:45 to remember those whose lives were lost on that
terrible day in 2001. The.memorial service was spon-
sored'by the Cedar Key Lions and a memory box was
begun for those wishing to leave their thoughts and
prayers.
The service opened with the raising and lowering to
half-staff of the flag by the Marine Corps League, Tri-
County Detachment 1018.
The ceremony was marked by a series of ones: no
one spoke except the lone Marine caller singing out
orders in a formal, clear voice. Nine Marines answered
his calls as one.
Carolanne Kellin sang the National Anthem, subdued
and a cappella.
SPsalm 33:12 was read by David Binkley, pastor of
Cedar Key Church of Christ.
John Howell of the Marine Honor Guard blew Taps.
The 89-year-old had just lost his wife Sunday.
Bill Siemon worked a solitary "Amazing Grace" on
bagpipe.
And then the bell tolling began, one peel for each
victim of the Sept. 11 attacks.


JOHN HOWELL PIPES Taps in honor of the firefighters and rescue workers who lost their lives
Sept. 11, 2001.


MIKE DAYS OF the Lions Club of Cedar Key
represented the airline pilots.


BILL AND ALICE Phillips of Cedar Key stood in
remembrance during the Sept. 11 tribute.


CHRIS CHRISTIANS RANG the bell in tribute to
victims. Several others rang the bell as well.


JANIS MCCABE AND son Robby share a mo-
ment of silent reflection.


HARRY HOPWOOD SALUTES as the flag is
raised, then lowered to half-staff.


JAMES MCCAIN, THE fire chief of Cedar Key
also rang the bell in remembrance of the lives
lost in the Sept. 11 attacks.


Journal photos by Miriam Blitch


CAROL ANNE KELLIN sang the National An-
them during Monday's service.








LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


CARRYING THE FLAG are Phil Torres, Boo
Gaudlin and Frank Coddington.


L- I -m a maw
MARINE HONOR GUARDS Phil Torres, Boo Gudin and Frank Codding-
ton prepare to raise the colors at Cedar Key's Sept. 11 memorial.


CITIZENS SHARE A moment of silent reflection at the beginning of
Monday's service.


VANESSA EDMUNDS
of Cedar Key.


TRI-COUNTY MARINE CORPS Detachment #1018 stand in salute to the
half-staff flag.


BILL SIEMONS of Micanopy pipes a solitary
Amazing Grace.

Journal photos by Miriam Blitch


CITIZENS UNITE IN prayer and the pledge of allegiance as they remem-
ber Sept. 11, 2001.


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AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Reinstated employees get'satisfaction


BY CASSIE JOURNIGAN
STAFF WRITER
Reinstatement agreements
between the city of Chiefland
and three recently, rehired
city employees caused much
debate during Monday's city
commission meeting.
Attorneys representing
Mary Ellzey, Bill Hammond
and Shane Keene, who were
reinstated Aug. 28 after being
fired by former city manager
Rodney Russ Aug. 14, drew
up the agreements.
Commissioners questioned
agreement items including
the employees' requests for
reimbursement for attorney
fees and other costs resulting
from their terminations.
They requested the
reimbursements take the
form of annual leave. They
also sought renewal of the
unpaid portion of sick leave
that remained after the
terminations.
Ellzey requested the
city to reimburse her with
85 hours annual leave for
$1,667 in attorney fees and
costs; Hammond requested
78.5 hours annual leave to
compensate for $1,670; and
Keene asked for 86.5 hours
for his $1,667 attorney fees.
Since back pay was
not mentioned in the
reinstatement agreements,


Commissioner Teresa Barron
asked whether that would be
a part of the reinstatement and
was informed by interim city
manager Maxie Beauchamp
that it would.
Each employee was out a
total of nine days, and would
be owed gross payments in
the amounts of $1,411.88
for Ellzey, $1,533.16 for
Hammond and $1,391.71 for
Keene.
Commissioner Teal
Pomeroy raised concerns
about the attorney bills-
whether they had been
submitted to the city or if
outstanding attorney fees
remained.
He also said, "I wouldn't
have a problem with this if
they (employees) had gone
through the process (for
reconsideration of terminated
employees) in the employee
manual. But the process was
thwarted."
SLocal resident Mary
Golding made a similar
comment, saying, "They
opted for an attorney before
going through the process."
Unpaid sick leave
discussions also occurred,
with commissioner Rollin
Hudson stating a problem
with the cost to the city.
Interim city manager
Maxie Beauchamp objected


with the statement "It was not
their (terminated employees)
fault they were terminated."
Pomeroy disagreed, saying
if there was fault, it was not
known.
Commissioner Alice
Monyei stated the opinion
that if the employees were
not reinstated, the city would
have ended up paying a lot
more.
City attorney Norm Fugate
objected to clause 5 in the
agreement, a promise relating
to the original terminations..
According to the clause, the
employees would not bring
further action on the city in
connection with the firings
provided that the city cease
any further activity against
the employees as a result of
events that originally led to
the terminations.
Monyei placed the move
to accept the agreements
on the floor and Pomeroy
seconded it. Commissioner
Rollin Hudson stated, "I am
not totally against this but
really don't like paying extra
attorney fees.'
Several commissioners,
were ready to put the entire
chapter behind them. Hudson
said he was reluctant but
seconded the earlier motion
to accept the reinstatement
agreements. Fugate reiterated


being uncomfortable with
clause 5.
Barron wanted to "let
bygones be bygones."
Pomeroy moved to amend
the original motion by
approving the agreements
after striking clause 5.
Commissioner Betty
Walker thought "no one
was going to do anything,"
implying that even though
the clause contained a
loophole for the employees
to eventually hold the. city
responsible in some way, they
weren't likely to do that.
Mary Golding countered,
?If rio one is going to do
anything, then why not just
strike 5?"
Pomeroy rescinded
his. motion to amend the
agreement.
When Barron questioned
Fugate as to whether he
was comfortable or not,
he answered, "If the city
understands (clause 5) and
moving forward is what you
want...I think this is as good
as it's going to get."
The subsequent vote to
accept the reinstatement
agreements in the form
submitted passed three to two,
with Barron and Pomeroy
opposing.


Waiting


































Journal photo by Cassie Journigan
'FOUR-YEAR-OLD Resed Buie waits his turn to

Buie Park. No doubt he is also thinking about the
giant sheet cake awaiting cutting in the nearby
picnic pavilion.
Journal photo by Cassie Journigan
FOUR-YEAR-OLD Resed Buie waits his turn to
slide down the jungle gym's fireman pole at Eddie
Buie Park. No doubt he is also thinking about the
giant sheet cake awaiting cutting in the nearby
picnic pavilion.


MR. AND MRS. LOMER ROGERS will celebrate their
67th wedding anniversary on Friday, Sept. 15. The
couple, who live on Shady Grove Road, were mar-
ried in the Gilchrist County Courthouse in Trenton
by Judge M.G. Akinsin 1939. Their.wedding cer-
emony was witnessed by Mrs. Rosell Akins, who
worked for the judge at the time. Mr. Lomer will be
celebrating his 90th birthday on Oct. 3.


I Chamber


*Neal V
Since then I hav' worked as a freelance journalist.
Along with my aysat the boarding school I attended
during my teenag ears, my move to Florida 17 years ago
and the stops I hav made while writing for various racing
magazines,.I have come to appreciate and enjoy the unique
lifestyle that counties like Levy has to offer as well as the
rare opportunities community newspapers present.
While my travels and moves have given me the opportu-
nity to see many different parts of the country and culture,
I have loyally stayed in Florida. Although, they have
.,giene the insight to lemn to deal with many differ-.
ent issues and people native to a speaific.region there are.
' e th'at have mai me feet like a part of the family like
Florida and it's diverse cultures have. Among the reasons
for the loyalty are the offerings of Levy County, such as
hunting and fishing. So as I embark on a new era of my
life, after 17 years in Orlando and Tampa, I not only look
forward to the task of building a sports section the county
can be proud of, but the opportunities the county offer that
one can not find in the big city.


SHoney


Continued from page 4


promise of tomorrow.viWhy chance it.
Until next week. God loves us. Stay sweet.


-Nuff said,
Miss Honey

Continued from front


Continued from page 4
Over the next several months, the Journal will be ex-
panding its coverage df Levy County with a new sports
section. The Journal's coverage will include traditional
as well as non-traditional coverage of Levy County's
sports scene. Coverage of the three high schools we
cover, Williston, Bronson and Chiefland as well as the
county's favorite leisure and recreational activities will
be introduced on a gradual, but steady basis. There will
also be some new material not usually printed in com-
munity newspapers. Please feel free to let us know what
Syou think of the section, make,any suggestions or simply ,
Scomment oti any sportsisssue. fMyhope is that by taking
this direction, the Journal can produce a sports section
and a paper that has the flair of our big city brethren,
while conveying and displaying the small town charm
Levy County has.
Neal Fisher is a sports writer for the Levy County
Journal. He may be reached at the Chiefland office at
490-4462.


Irene Lloyd to celebrate 95th year

Irene Lloyd will celebrate her 95th birthday with a party
hosted by family and friends, Saturday, Sept: 1.6 at 6 p.m. at
Bronson Town Hall. All family and friends are invited to help
her celebrate the day.


awareness," Edmonds stated.
"Ford has been a national
sponsor for the past 12 years.
We also participate in the
Race for the Cure." Seventy-
five percent of the proceeds.
raised from this effort remain
in the local area, while the
remaining 25 percent goes
to breast cancer research and
development.
White Ford also supports
area children through tri-
county youth programs,
school athletics and 4-H
activities.
Suwannee Valley
Veterinarian Clinic
Small Business Award
winner Suwannee Valley
Veterinarian Clinic has
provided medical care to
dogs and cats and their
owners for nearly four
decades. Veterinarian David
Meeks began the business in
1969. His son-in-law, David
Renaid, now runs it. The
clinic moved into new offices
this past February.
Although the patients may
not pay too much attention to
their surroundings, pet owners
surely must notice the waiting
room and lobby-with its
ceramic tile floors, curved
wood counter and granite top,
curved glass brick interior
wall, and framed photographs
of Old Florida. The back
rooms feature examining
room, surgery.and ICU.
The clinic is home for
five cats and they wander


the lobby and offices with
freedom. Receptionist Safari
Fontaine explained that two
live out front, in the waiting
room area, and three stay in
the back with the veterinarians
and their assistants.
"Lily has one good eye.
She lives out here with us,
as does our three-legged cat
named Lucky," said Fontaine.
"Umpy D is nearly blind
from an eye disease, so he
lives here too, in the back."
Fifteen-year-old Umpy D
shares quarters with Oscar
and Olivia.
Renaud is assisted by
veterinarians JenniferMcHale


and Kathy Bowker. Renaud
has been a vet 15 years.
"I had a fascination with
medicine since I was a
young child, and I grew up
on a farm. I've been around
animals all my life." He's
also well versed in the rearing
of children. He has two teen-
aged sons and one daughter.
"Of all my children, it is my
10-year-old Eliza who wants
to be a vet."
Suwannee .Valley
Veterinarian Clinic plans on
closing during next week's
award ceremony so that all
employees can attend the
luncheon.


LEVY COUNTY HISTORY
95 Years Ago
Minute Book "J" 1910-1918 Regular Meeting of
May 1, 1911,p. 84 V .- 2-- ~
RESOLUTI)N: "Resolved ,by this Board of County
Commissioners, in regular nelting assembled,under the
Attorney General's View\ of 'e Law relative to costs of
holding Inquests. that this Brd \%ill not thereafter pay
any bills for holding Inquest this County. where it is
known to this Board that t death \\as in the presence
of two or more witnesses s nd where the de4th was
caused by the Criminal Aca negligence of ariother,"
anjhar-wei ly paiy l p e ; 3. (p[u nd01 a-iileage
proidqi for~qldinTI h Inqu s, o the respective office.
the $10.00 fee for the Autps Examination, when that
is necessary only, and thI fees of the jurors and
witnesses."
From the .
Levy County Clerk's Office
Danny J. Shipp, Clerk of Court


Budget Summary

Town of Otter Creek Fiscal Year 2006-2007


THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE
TOWN OF OTTER CREEK ARE 0.4% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES

General Fund 3.0000
GENERAL WATER
ESTIMATED REVENUES: FUND FUND TOTAL
Taxes Millage Per $1000
Ad Valorem Taxes 3.0000 13,316 13,316
Sales and Use Taxes 12,000 12,000
Charges for Services 21,000 21,000
Intergovernmental Revenue 29,500 29,500
Fines and Forfeitures 1,500 1,500
Miscellaneous Revenue 7,500 7,500
Licenses and Permits 1,200 1,200
TOTAL SOURCES 65,016 21,000 86,016
Inter-fund Transfers 2,084 (2,084)
Fund Balances,Reserves/Net Assets....119,000 50,100 169,100
TOTAL REVENUES & BALANCES...$186,100 69,016 $255,116

EXPENDITURES
General Government 25,900 25,900
Public Safety 20,000 20,000
Physical Environment 1,200 18,916 20,116
Transportation 3,840 3,840
Debt Service 0 0 0
Human Services 400 400
Internal Services 15,760 15,760
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $67,100 18,916 86,016
Fund Balances,Reserves/Net Assets 119,000 50,100 169,100
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS,RESERVES & BALANCES 186,100 69,016 255,116

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Refuge


's


Jason Coates heads to Louisiana


The Lower Suwannee
National Wildlife Refuge
said farewell to Forestry
Technician Jason Coates as
he heads out for his new life
in Louisiana.
Coates begins work as a
fire engineering equipment


operator at the Southeast
Louisiana National Wildlife
Refuge Complex. Being
employed federally offers
him the opportunity to move
anywhere he qualifies to work.
for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service or any other federal


agency.
Coates started at the Lower
Suwannee & Cedar Keys
refuges over three years ago
as a temporary employee.
After four months on the job,
he became a career seasonal.
His first major project was


building needed spillways
throughout the 53,000-acre
refuge. When he began
assisting the heavy equipment
operators, they described him
as a "natural" when it came
to spreading, grading and
working with a variety of
heavy equipment.
Coates served time on
wildfires in the western
mountains and later,
hurricarie-relief duty after the
2004 and 2005 hurricanes.
He' was requested for road
construction details by
Merritt Island and other
National Wildlife Refuges in
the south.
In Louisiana they had
already heard how well


Coates works with front-
end loaders, tractor plows,
excavators, bulldozers and
marsh masters. With this
experience under his belt, his
specialty for the nine refuges
in the Complex will be
operating heavy equipment
developed for firefighting.
"Influencing young
peoples' lives for the better
and acting as a mentor was
very meaningful," said
Coates. "I wanted them to
know that I would be there
for them."
Coates served as the
supervisor for the Youth
Conservation Corps (YCC)
during his time at Lower
Suwannee and always looked


forward to working with
the upcoming generation.
Knowing teens need guidance
and patience while learning
the diversity of their summer
job, he tried to keep the job
enjoyable.
After long hot projects, he
would treat the YCC to a tour
behind the gates or field trips
to other refuges.
Youth Conservation Corps
(YCC) students joined the
refuge staff for a send-
off dinner. "I'm attending
forestry classes, but couldn't
miss wishing Jason the best
as this adventure of his life
begins," said Josh Reiter,
former YCC.


REPAIRING ROADS after hurricanes became Jason Coates' specialty.


SHINE sets Medicare sessions


SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders),
a volunteer program with the
Florida Department of Elder
Affairs, will be assisting
with Extra Help enrollment
as well as counseling on
Medicare issues, including
help with problems with Part
D: Prescription Drug Plans at
the following sites:
Wednesday, Sept. 20
10 a.m. until noon A.F.
Knotts Library, Yankeetown
Wednesday, Sept. 27
10 a.m. until noon
Trenton Library
2-4 p.m. Cross City
Library
If you have enrolled in
a Part D Prescription Drug
Plan, you can still apply for
Extra Help. If you have
not enrolled in a Part D
Prescription Drug Plan as
yet, you may be eligible for


Extra Help in paying for the
plan premium, deductible and
drugs without penalty.

You must meet the
following criteria to qualify:
Single: Income is $14,700
or less; assets total $11,500
or less
Couple:Income is $19,800
or less; assets total $23,000
or less
Assets do not count your
home or your vehicles. They
do count your cash in the
bank, CDs, stocks, bonds,
cash value on your .life
insurance or burial policies
and any additional- property.
Ask us for details and an
application.
If you are turning 65, you
will be able to join a Part D
Drug Plan during the same
time period as your enrollment
in Part A and/or Part B. See


us to receive comparison
information on plans that will
meet your drug needs.
The initial enrollment
period for the Medicare
Drug Plans is over. The next
enrollment period begins
Nov. 15 and ends Dec. 31.

At that time, you may
enroll in a plan or change
plans. More information will
be given closer to that time.
In addition, the
pharmaceuticals have begun
to ease up on their Part D
restrictions on free drugs.
If you previously qualified
for free drugs (prior to Jan.
1, 2006) you may still be
eligible for help.
Call 1-800-262-2243
(Elder HelpLine) if you
need directions to a site or
are unable to visit one. A
volunteer will return your,
call.


All that glitters is not gold


BY JOHN ESTEVES
CORRESPONDENT
On a moonlit night to my
delight, near breakers by
the shore I spied the most
wondrous thing that I have
never seen before .In gold
and silver glitter, it sparkled
and it shined.
I hurried up to see the
thing that I had come to find.
And as I had gotten closer
my joy had turned to fright.
The wondrous site turned
out to be a dead mullet in
moonlight.
All that looks like treasure
should have a closer look.
And don't judge the contents
by the cover before you read
the book.


The Levy
County Journal
is locally owned
and operated.


Talking John Esteves
resides in Inglis where he


is an avid Native American
folklorist.


Tides for Cedar Key starting with Sept. 14
Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
/Low Time Feet Sunset Visible
Th 14 Low 12:17AM 2.1 7:17AM Set 2:48PM 55
14 High 6:18AM 4.0 7:39 PM
14 Low 2:20 PM 0.6
14 High 9:29 PM 2.5
F 15 Low 1:10AM 2.3 7:17AM Rise 12:50AM 45
15 High 7:25 AM 3.7 7:37 PM Set 3:44 PM
15 Low 3:57 PM 0.7
15 High 11:31PM 2.6
Sa 16 Low 2:48 AM 2.4 7:18AM Rise 1:49 AM 35
16 High 9:01 AM 3.5 7:36 PM Set 4:32 PM
16 Low 5:24 PM 0.6
Su 17 High 12:25AM 2.8 7:18AM Rise 2:49AM 25
17 Low 4:37AM 2.2 7:35 PM Set 5:12 PM
17 High 10:37 AM 3.6
17 Low 6:21 PM 0.5
M 18 High 12:56AM 3.0 7:19AM Rise 3:47AM 17
18 Low 5:52 AM 1.9 7:34 PM Set 5:47 PM
18 High 11:48AM 3.8
18 Low 7:02 PM 0.4
Tu 19 High 1:20AM 3.2 7:19 AM Rise 4:44 AM 11
19 Low 6:44AM 1.5 7:33 PM Set 6:17 PM
19 High 12:41 PM 3.9
19 Low 7:35 PM 0.4
W 20 High 1:42 AM 3.4 7:20AM Rise 5:39 AM 5
20 Low 7:24AM 1.1 7:31 PM Set 6:45 PM
20 High 1:24 PM 4.0
20 Low 8:03 PM 0.4


COATES WITH his certificate and YCC students.


Page 11


;'iCrOTICE 6 PROPOSED TAX INCREASE



The Town of Otter Creek has tentatively adopted
a measure to increase its property tax levy


-i

Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy
.................. ............ $11,070.
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjust-
ment Board
And other assessment changes
...................... (-116)
C. Actual property tax levy
...................... .......... $11,186


This year's proposed tax levy
.......................... ... ....$13,316.




All concerned citizens are invited to attend a pub-
lic hearing on the Tax increase to be held on


DATE: Monday, September 18, 2006
TIME: 7.00 p.m.
At
TOWN HALL, 555 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Otter Creek,
Florida 32683-0065




AFINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase
and the budget will be made at this hearing.









Page 12 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


oedC ca 4tdC Cgae4 ..


Saturday was a busy day for the Honor Guard of Chief-
land's VFW Post 5625. They led a trio of flag raising around
town. The first to receive a new flag was Ace Hardware.
That flag was purchased when tiny customer Justin Wal-
ton noticed that the old one was not worthy of being flown.
He mentioned this fact to his mother, who contacted Ace


Hardware. Justin and his mother were invited to participate
in Saturday's service.
VFW and Marine Corps honor guard raised the second
flag at Eddie Buie Park. The final dedication of the day was
made at the VFW Post itself for a new flagpole members
recently erected.


JUSTIN WALTON SALU I b Ace Haraware's new nag as vr-w nonor guarasaammy JenKins D(or-
tom left), Jake Wynn (bottom right), Dennis Mclntire (top left) and Bob Hahn look on.


ASHTON WEATHERFORD TALKS his turn
sliding fireman style down a playground pole.


ASHTON WEATHERFORD LISTENS to dedica- i -
tions for the grand opening of Eddie Buie Park. THE FLAG IS kept from touching the ground
prior to being raised to its full height.


vrwv nvFuIvr umur\auEm wvvayllic .aiynnall i
Jake Wynn at attention during one of Satur-
day's flag raising ceremonies.


,-

CHUMS DEVON JONES, Ashton Weatherford, Devin Burnett and Resed '.- .. '. '
Buie take a break from hard play during Saturday's Eddie Buie Park FRIENDS AND RELATIVES of Eddie Buie listen as their ancestor is re-
celebrations, membered for his good works in Chiefland.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Page 13


Luck o' the Irish takes Red Devils down


BY NEAL FISHER
SPORTS WRITER
Despite rebounding from
a horrible start to finish 5-
2 last year, the Red Devils'
nation circled this year's
game against Ocala Trinity
Christian when the 2006
schedule was released.
With their 39-point loss last
year to the Celtics still fresh
in their memories, a victory
over the state's number one
ranked and class 2B defending
champions would have gone a
long way in proving they are
indeed among the top teams
in class 3A.
And for three periods,
the Red Dogs did just that,
standing toe to toe with the
champions, taking their best
shots and dishing out their
own variety of blows, but
when the Celtics got their
second wind late in the third
period, and put together
a furious combination of
punches in the final period, it
was enough for them to weld
together a 28-10 victory.
"It was a testament to how
the kids played and their
attitude," head coach Jamie
Baker said. "To be able
to play with the defending
champs and a team that
might be the best team we
play all year will definitely
gave us confidence heading
into district action. It was a
game that doesn't have any
bearing on us getting into the
playoffs. So, it was a good
test and while it showed we
still need to work on some
things, we are definitely on
the right road and have made
a lot of progress."
Even though they lacked
the experience and size of
Trinity, the Red Devils were
hanging tough, trailing by a
slim 14-10 margin midway
through the third quarter.
Using its speed and the
atmosphere of a community
eager to prove their team has
come a long way since last
year, the Red Devils disrupted
enough of Trinity's offense
and read a sufficient enough
amount of the Celtics' offense
to minimize the damage of


WILLISTON HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Friday 9/15 home vs. Dunnellon
Junior Varsity Football
Thursday 9/14 home vs. Dixie Co.,
Volleyball
Thursday 9/14 away vs. Newberry
Monday 9/18 home vs. Bronson
Tuesday 9/19 away vs. Ft. White
Thursday 9/21 away vs. Dixie Co.
BRONSON HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Friday 9/15 Branford
Middle School Football
9/12 Keystone Heights
9/21 @ St. John's
Middle School Volleyball


their big plays as well their
talented quarterback, John
Brantley. Defensive back
Jiwan James had also negated
star wideout Dion Lecorn's
skills.
Williston had also made
several big plays on defense,
ending various opportunities
for the visitors to score and
putting their team in the
position to pull off the upset.
However, the visitors made
several defensive adjustments
at halftime, which stymied


the Red Devils' offense in
the second half. And with
8:10 remaining in the third
quarter, Trinity took over
the ball at their own 17. For
the first time in the game
they mounted an assault of
consecutive plays, consisting
of good offensive timing and
rhythm.
An eight-yard pass
completion, followed by a
four yard run by Derrick
Dempsey netted a first
down for Ocala. Then a
31-yard jaunt by Dempsey
and a subsequent five-yard
encroachment penalty on


9/1.2 Trenton
9/19 Belle
9/21 @ Yankeetown
Junior Varsity Volleyball
9/12 Trenton
9/18 @ Williston
9/19 Belle
9/21 Countryside
Varsity volleyball
9/14-9/16 @ Keswick tournament
9/18 @ Williston
9/19 Bell
9/21 Countryside
CHIEFLAND HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Friday 9/15 @ Union County,


Williston landed the Celtics
at the Red Devils' 30-yard
line.
Even though, the Celtics
earned every yard they gained
during the game, through their
size and experience, control
of the line of scrimmage
and style of play slowly, but
surely as well as methodically
shifted to Trinity's side during
the drive.
A seven-yard touchdown
pass from Brantley to Patrick
Nelson with 6:57 left in the


period capped off the drive
and extended the lead to 21-
10. Dempsey's 31-yard trip
began when the offensive
line physically bored a hole
between the tackles as he ran
straight up the middle.
Following the touchdown,
it looked, like the Red
Devils,, wahie stumbling,
were still going to answer
the touchdown. The offense
started at its own 20-yard
line on the ensuing drive and
moved inside the opponents'
ten-yard line.
With the opportunities to
reestablish their style fleeting


Junior Varsity Football
Thursday 9/14 @ Newberry
Volleyball
9/14 @ Ft. White
9/16 @ Crystal River (River Classic)
9/19 @ Columbia High
9/21 Newberry
Cross Country
Weds. 9/20 @ Yankeetown Tues.
.10/10 @ Cedar Key
Weds. 10/18 @ Williston (County
Meet)
Golf
Tues. 9/19 Crystal River
Tues. 9/26 Branford
Weds. 9/27 @ Williston


(hed
IOK


and regain some of the
momentum back, Rodrigo
Quezada's field goal attempt
on the first play of the fourth
quarter was blocked.
Taking over the ball
following the blocked field
goal, Ocala used the well-
timed pass and play action to
compliment a running game
that was taking its physical
toll on Williston's defense.
The Red Devils' offense
watched helplessly as Ocala's
offense gained several first
downs and chewed up almost
six minutes of the remaining
time. When the Red Devils
finally regained possession
of the ball, it was at their ten-
yard line and they needed
to score twice within six
minutes.
Williston drew first
blood. Following a Celtics'
fumble on the first play from
scrimmage, the Red Devils
scored on the next play when
running back Travis Evans
bolted around the right end for
a 36-yard touchdown run. He
scampered to the outside and
ran down the sideline to give
the Red Devils a 7-0 lead, 24
seconds into the game.
The Celtics drove to the
Red Devils' 4-yard line before
King Quinn's interception
off of a tipped pass in the
end zone kept them off the
scoreboard. However, with
4:45 left in the first quarter,
they tied the score at 7-7 with
a 34-yard Brantley to Nelson
touchdown pass, which
followed the Celtics' sack of
Devin Timmons on third and
short.
The Red Devils regained
the lead at 10-7 on a 47-yard
Quezada field goal, which
began at the opponents'
44 yard-line, following a
partially blocked Ocala punt
in the end zone. The Celtics
took the lead for good when,
"Bf~itlefy connected with
Nelson for the second time,
this time for 15-yards in front
of the field goal.
Running by committee,


the home team's multiple
set offense gained 158 yards
rushing, but was able to net
only 34 yards in the second
half.
Timmons completed five
of 14 passes for 60. Todd
Brown caught four passes for
61 yards.
Brantley finished an
unspectacular 8-of-17 for
110 yards, but his three
touchdowns, were a primary
reason for the lost.
While Williston contained
Lecorn, they could not put
the brakes on Nelson, who
caught three touchdowns.
And, with starting tailback
Rudell Small out with a foot
injury, Dempsey and Chris
Allen gained 240 yards
combined on the ground.
The final margin ofvictory
came when Allen slashed
through Williston's defense
for a 45-yard touchdown run


with less than a minute to
play.
"It was a tough, hard
fought ball game," Baker said.
"They just simply had more
depth, which allowed them to
control the ball in the second
half and outlast us. But we
did move the ball this year,
gained some yardage, earned
13 first downs and scored ten
points. We didn't do any of
those things last year. This
year, we came up with some
big plays when we forced
two turnovers in the opening
minutes, which set the tone.
-Perhaps most importantly.
we held them to under thirty
points. In the end, they just
had too much depth. For
example, they had three wide
receivers over 6'3". Holding
one or two wide receivers is
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SPORTS a RECREATION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


FAMU plucks Eagles'



tail feathers 31-7


BY NEAL FISHER
SPORTS WRITER
After a third straight loss,
this time 31-7 to FAMU,
player and community alike
might feel indifferent towards
the team, but the Bronson
Eagles season is more than
scores and wins and losses.
"We played a real athletic
ball club and the score
reflects that," head coach
Greg Brochetti said. "But we
made some more progress and
their team is getting better.
We need to cut down,on the
mistakes, but we are a young
team and that is expected.
"We played real hard and
that is what we have to keep
doing," Brochetti said. "The
fact that we scored in the
closing minutes, while being
so far behind, on a kick return
is a good sign. It means we
are learning how to play and
our efforts will start to make
some of these plays more
productive."
Unfortunately for the
Bronson community, there
wasn't much suspense to the
outcome of the game. FAMU
ran with the ball from the
beginning and didn't have
to use any sort of a passing
game. Jonathon Ferrell and
Greg Watson carried the load
for FAMU as the Eagles were
clearly out manned and failed
to match their talent and
athleticism.
Ferrell opened the scoring
on a four-yard trot. Watson
followed with his own
specialty, a long distance
strike from 38 yards away.
The duo put the game away
in the third period when
they struck again with new
methods. This time Watson
scored first with a 25-yard
bolt and Ferrell, not to be
outdone, made the score a 28-


point bulge with a 28 yard-
fumble return.
The Eagles gave it 'their
best shot, but the final
statistics also showed they
were outclassed athletically.
Bronson's multiple set offense
gained 89 total yards, while
giving up 278 yards to the
visitors. On the other hand,
there was a ray of promise as
they earned more first downs
than FAMU.
Watson scored the visitors'
final score on a 37 yard run
in the fourth. William Harris
gave the Eagles their lone
score and allowed them to
avoid the shutout with a 75-
yard return on the kickoff.
"I realize it might not look
like much, but the kids are
playing really hard and they
aren't giving up," Brochetti
said.
"That is what improve-
ment is-the foundation im-


provement. We only have
one senior and most of our
guys haven't lettered, so once
we start getting some funda-
mentals down, we will have
the nucleus of an experienced
group of guys. Scores like
this one should start to be-
come fewer," Brochetti said.

"They are the best of group
of athletes since I've been
here. The right attitude and
work ethic will go a long way
inbuildingthosefundamentals
and the beginning of winning.
Despite losing, the kids
kept trying and had a great
attitude during the game.
They genuinely care. They
could have given up during-
the game, but they didn't and
I am proud of them. Even
in a loss like this, we. keep
leaining." -. -
The Eagles will play their
third straight home game next


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FAMU rFerritl 28 yard fumble recovery (kick failed)
4t' Quarter ai Passing
FAMU-Richard Watson 37 yard run (kick failed). roison 0S l39,-a ds
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Dunnellon (3-0) vs. Williston (2-1):
2005 score: Dunnellon 36 Williston 6
Overview: With three teams in class 3A, District 5 entering district play with overall
records above .500; this game could eliminate one of the favorites contending forthe
ro playoff spots. The game also has meaning, because the winner of this cdntestki
should control .its own destiny. With the two other teams in the district not likely to beat
ony of .the three contehdersthe winner of this game has a high possibility of facing tih
'itefeindinggdistrict'ichamlpiontiNoth Marion for the title.. .. .. '4
.'" WIistoti pdtQ; After starting the 2005 season with.a 1-4 reCgrdr Coach Ja i
Baker hae d his;trodps ready this year to avoid another poor star T, hbey'won their f
'.tw9.g s 5'ba combined score of 80-7,-before.falling to the deferidig lass2B t"I .
",.i.qm'np s Ocala$ ChrstiasTn Trinity. Despite te -lo1s, the Red'De~FilW inijete
1 ft o;iand a.half piods before the depth anid experience oSfthe Celtit ov..oW I
t .'ti e.l.teain/iloitiletheless, in Williston's fift Itcbup b gains ta oto -1ioi lr i
'year,t ey repreesnted themselves well and sihosWdtihe bad'come a long way since.
'sien.'Thle dexpirie'ence'should serve them well in distrif playtitis year as they'lok
Siaie the nexftstep', wmrinmg the &district: ":
Coai ij peakl "Corning jhto district play-fresh off a game ike Ocata-iTrih'grei e
foi our.confideice., We played well gainst,the best teari we might acewl year,. s,
othbijg should .'urptise us. Of course things can- chinige, but it. olo g tjbd' diwM'e
,vifl play with the obnfidence j e lacked last jear against Duhcellonanff.avethe; ~ n
'eniilhuiasrp and intensity we.had against Ocala. A-w in tm is ct'.iced ..t
'. coild~be siting 'pretty." "
: ~ .gtpok- 4: ,Thp Retd.Devils..spread qns ,ra p f1
ristia Trinit iisip defe .' f th can f the
-rhythm and Ability to use their style of play against DuLie ona,~-th llb -
' control the doclc. Which would liit Dunneidin's opportunities to s6&ie h 4
'is based on versatilttya d speed ahd with a.i g by coinmitt&eapproabiAth^ a
Slobe irn top form against this Week's. opponent. .
.fensively; Diniiellon. tobk i. td i listoh. with a powerful ~:uilnig :ga'..
ruiniig back ho is nowpl yiy dtiTision football. ThRe Red Devils will, ave td coit i
S itli a nei-mei gniig back this tirne, D'eWayne Franklin, who leads ar gromid aittac&bthal
.is just as powerful. However, Coach Baker's team is more prepared.physically his~year..
S-and coimein on a ucl higher note mental. They .are also, unlikelt year,s witho
.' si gnificat juries- .
,, pthUtgh teyweht on to a second place finish in the district an'dstcued4 pyie
'.spteriiasig the' memories, of a 30-point loss from -last year wvitha vict: ..old
Sa hiUge step in the Red4Devils"progress towards learning-how to, cqnsieiatly ia
-Would be another stepping stone for a blossoming program. .: .,: i
". .,,O er-gam es: -., : .- ,
iBranfoldr(6-2) vs. Brouson (0-3) -
-200 sore: Brorison 38RBranford 37
S' oiiir thy season with tree straight lopsided lqsss,Ih6,e f ees
v y deteat eJast year,.who is also winless : After aCl,9 s:son lIst-e
tll-sumiggling dieitsthin.vouth. Despite losing by a coi9biled.m 2 mm m ,
Coach Greg Brochetti feels the team is making progress and contrtues to wor hard.L
:.' Being the only tea i.they beat last year, the Eagles enter this game as. th fa r' )tp
,an4.it will-give them some experience in facing district foes.' With suteh ay iam, ;
sand with many players.who will be playing for at leasttwo qore years .in do
miracles :fr the struggling program. :: 1* '
-' .'hiefland (0.3).vs. I'nion County (0-3) ...
S2005 score: Union County 28 Chiefland 0 .---
S..After losing by four touchdowns at home last year, Chiefland takes o1niom CItQm0 m; ,
at their place with new variables, Winning three games last year, the 1diasstarit
:year indicates rebuilding this once proud program well be a.i lpg-terrn pr6jectT.e
...prgia Ltnunder first-yeai head coach Bobby Rast isstil' gding through the awkdvai and :
; ui'co f6rtable phase of hearing a fresh system and iiderstanding a new .coch '-Aft
losing their frst.tvo games by margins of 19 and 35, the finalsprea,w :oly; I i pt 1 ~
_last week,'showing the all-important progress that teams in Chieflands position- :. ;l '

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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


SPORTS & RECREATION


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Page 15


Turnover
BY NEAL FISHER
SPORTS WRITER
It is no secret that while a
team can amass large amounts
of yardage, if they fail to
hold onto the ball victory is
unlikely and Chiefland's
25-14 loss last Friday to
Hamilton County was
proof positive of it.
"We played well and
really did all the things
a team needs to do, but
we just had too many
turnovers and gave up too
many plays to win," Head
Coach Bobby Rast said.
"We had a 31-16
minute advantage on time
of possession, earned 19
first downs to their 9 and
they were only 4-12 on
third down conversions,
but we loss two fumbles,
put it on the ground four
times and gave up a two big
plays when the score was 6-
6 and 12-6. That was pretty
much the difference and why
they won."
Two big plays turned the
tide of the game and put
Hamilton in a commanding
position heading into the
fourth quarter. A 63-yard
run with just less than four
minutes left by Hamilton
gave them a first and goal
at the Indians two-yard line.
Mitchell punched the. ball
over the goal line on the next
play.
A 61 yard strike from
Battles to Sowell with 11:41
left in the third quarter made


.rs scalp
the score 19-6 in favor of
Hamilton County. The
visitors took over possession
of the ball when they
recovered a Chiefland fumble
on the opening drive of the


.second half. The score came
on the very next play after the
fumble recovery.
With the Indians' inability
to hold onto the ball and
avoid giving up the big
play to Hamilton, the teams
exchanged possession of the
ball until the fourth quarter.
Hamilton struck again in the
fourth quarter to make the
lead a three-touchdown bulge
with only 6:12 remaining in
the game. Morris got loose
for a 26-yard jaunt into the
touchdown. It capped off
another lightning like drive.
This one was a 3 play drive
that covered 73 yards and
made the score 25-6.
The Indians scores came in
the first and fourth quarters.


Indians
They tied the score with
one minute left in the first
quarter on Isaac Hardee's
3-yard run. His run ended
an impressive 8-play, 75-
yard drive and answered
Hamilton's touchdown
after they took a 6-0 lead.
Chiefland also scored
the final touchdown to
S make the final deficit 11
points. Hardee ran the
ball in from the two-yard
line and the two-point
conversion was good.
"We are better than we
were when ,we played
our first game, but we
are not where we need to
be," Rast said. "It's not
a lack of effort. They
guys are playing hard
and we are compiling
some good stats. We only
had to punt twice, so we were
able to move the ball.
"We have .a lack of
concentration and need to start
focusing more on avoiding
those plays that kill teams.
We gave up two fumbles
and two interceptions. It is
really hard to overcome four
fumbles and' we wasted two
other plays when we had to
recover our own fumbles.
Those type of plays negate.
our big plays."
Hardee rushed for 90 yards
and scored two touchdowns.
Hamilton County's Michael
Durr ran for 106 yards.
Chiefland opens district play
against Union County next
week on the road.


NFC


AFC


South South
Atlanta 1 0 1.000 20 6, Indianapolis 1 0 .1.000 26 21
New Orleans 1 0 1.000 19 14 Jacksonville 1 0 1.000 24 17
Carolina 0 1 .000 6 20 Tennessee 0 1 .000 16 23
Tampa Bay 0 1 .000 0 27 Houston 0 1 .000 10 24
North North
Chicago 1 0 1.000 26 0 'Pittsburgh 1 0 1.000 28 '17
Minnesota Cincinnati 1 0 1.000 23 10
Detroit 0 1 .000 6 9 Baltimore 1 0 1.000 27 0
Green Bay 0 1 .000 0 26 Cleveland 0 1 .000 14 19

East East
Philadelphia 1 0 1.000 24 10 N England .1 0 1.000 19 17
Washington N.Y. Jets 1 0 1.000 23 16
Dallas 0 1 .000 17 24 Miami 0 1 .000 17 28
N.Y. Giants. 0 1 .000 21 26 Buffalo 0 1 .000 17 19
West West
Seattle 1 0 1.000 9 6 Oakland
St. Louis 1 0 1.000 18 10 San Diego
Arizona 1 0 1.000 34 27 Kansas City 0 1 .000 10 23
SanFran 0 1 .000 27 34 Denver 0 1 .000 10 18


WEEK 1 SCORES
Pittsburgh 28, Miami 17
Atlanta 20, Carolina 6
Baltimore 27, Tampa Bay 0
New England 19, Buffalo 17
Cincinnati 23, Kansas City 10
St. Louis 18; Denver 10
New Orleans 19, Cleveland 14
N.Y. Jets 23, Tennessee 16
Philadelphia 24, Houston 10
Seattle 9, Detroit 6
Chicago 26, Green Bay 0
Jacksonville 24; Dallas 17
Arizona 34, San Francisco 27
Indianapolis at N.Y. Giants
Minnesota At Washington
San Diego at Oakland


WEEK 2 GAMES
Buffalo at Miami
Carolina at Minnesota
Cleveland at Cincinnati
Detroit at Chiago.
Houston at Indianapolis
New Orleans at Green Bay
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia
Oakland at Baltimore
Tampa Bay at Atlanta
Arizona at Seattle
St. Louis at San Francisco
Kansas City at Denver
New England at N.Y. Jets
Tennessee at San Diego
Washington at Dallas
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville


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Football Results
Williston Red Devils (2-1)
Aug. 25 P.K. Young W 38-0
Sept. 1 Chiefland W 42-7
Sept. 8 Ocala Trinity L 10-28
Sept. 15 Dunnellon
Sept. 22 @ Dixie County
Sept.29 @ Walton
Oct. 13 @ Santa Fe
Oct. 20 @ West Port
Oct. 27 North Marion
Nov. 3 Newberry


Bronson Eagles (0-3)
Aug. 25 Liberty County L
Sept. 1 The Villages L
Sept. 8 FAMU L
Sept. 15 Branford
Sept. 22 St. John
Sept. 29 @ Hilliard
Oct. 6 @ Jefferson County
Oct. 13 Lafayette
Oct. 20 @ Trenton
Oct. 27 Hawthorne

Chiefland Indians (0-3)
Aug. 25 Dixie County L
Sept. 1 Williston L
Sept. 8 Hamilton County L
Selpt. 15 @ Union County
Sept. 29 Trinity Catholic
Oct. 6 Crescent City
Oct. 13 @P.K. Yonge
Oct. 20 Newberry
Oct. 27 @ Yulee
Nov. 3 Trenton


12-33
6-26
7-31


6-35
7-42
14-25


NCAA
FSU Seminoles (2-0)
Sept. 4 Miami W 13-10
Sept. 11 Troy W 24-17
Sept. 16 Clemson
Sept. 23 Rice
S Oct. 5 @ N.C. State
Oct. 14 @ Duke
Oct. 21 Boston College
Oct. 28 @ Maryland
Nov. 4, Virginia
Nov. 11 Wake Forest
Nov. 18 W Michigan
Nov. 25 Florida

Florida Gators (2-0)
Sept. 2 So Miss W 34-7
Sept. 9 C Florida. W 42-0
Sept. 16 @ Tennessee
Sept. 23 Kentucky
Sept. 30 Alabama
Oct. 7 LSU
Oct. 14 @Auburn
Oct. 28 Georgia (at Jax)
Nov. 4 @ Vanderbilt
Nov. 11 S Carolina
Nov. 18 W Carolina
Nov. 25 @ Florida St


Miami Hurricanes
Sept. 4 Florida St L 13-10
Sept. 9 FloridaA&M W 51-10
Sept. 16 @ Louisville
Sept. 30 Houston
Oct. 7 N Carolina
Oct: 14 Florida.lnt,'li ...-
Oct. 21 @ Duke
Oct. 2 @ Ga Tec'h
Nov. 4'Va Tech
Nov. 11 @ Maryland
Nov. 18 @ Virginia
Nov. 23 Boston College


NFL
Jacksonville Jaguars
Sep 10 Dallas W 24-17
Sep 18 Pittsburgh
Sep 24 @Indianapolis
Oct 1 @Washington
Odt 8 N.Y. Jets
Oct 22 @Houston
Oct 29 @Philadelphia
Nov 5 Tennessee
Nov 12 Houston
Nov 20 N.Y. Giants
Nov;26 @Buffalo
Dec 3 @Miami
Dec 10 Indianapolis
Dec 17 @Tennessee
Dec 24 New England
Dec 31 @Kansas City

Miami Dolphins
Sep 7 @Pittsburgh L 17-28
Sep,17 Buffalo
Sep 24 Tennessee
Oct 1 @Houston'
Oct 8 @New England
Oct.15 @N.Y. Jets
Oct 22 Green Bay
Nov 5 @Chicago
Nov 12 Kansas City
Nov 19 Minnesota
-Nov 23 @Detroit
Dec 3 Jacksonville
Dec 10 New England
Dec 17 @Buffalo
Dec 25 N.Y. Jets
Dec 31 @Indianapolis

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sep 10 Baltimore L 0-27
,Sep 17 @Atlanta
Sep 24 Carolina
Oct 8 @New Orleans
Oct 15 Cincinnati
Oct 22 Philadelphia
Oct 29 @N.Y. Giants
Nov 5 New Orleans
Nov 13 @Carolina
Nov 19 Washington
Nov 23 @Dallas
Dec 3 @Pittsburgh
Dec 10 Atlanta
Dec 17 @Chicago
Dec 24 @Cleveland
Dec 31 Seattle


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dinette set, sofas, TV, antique
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fixtures and equipment. Asking
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Legals 90



IN IHECIRCuil COuf W
LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 38-2006-CP-000222
Division: Probate


IN RE: ESTATE OF
YOSHIE K., CAMPBELL
Deceased.


Legals 90



The administration of the
estate of Yoshie K. Campbell,
deceased, whose date of death
was September 3, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Levy County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Post Office Drawer610, Bronson,
Florida 32621, The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTERTHE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims ordemandsagainst


decedent's estate must file their
claims with this codrt;WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
SThe date of first publication
of this notice is September 14,
2006.
Personal Representative:
Shigeno Sheren
279 Hurt Road
Smyrna, Georgia 30082
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Norm D. Fugate
Attorney for Shigeno Sheren
Florida Bar No. 0044458
Post Office Box 98
Williston, Florida 32696
Telephone: (352) 528-0019
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLIISSIFIED a LEGALS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


3. enl
egag s 9ter;
de

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF se;
THE 200
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR LEVY COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 38-2006CA-00305
DALAL RASHMI and MINAXI
R. DALAL,
Plaintiffs, que
vs. me
pro
GEORGE E. MITCHELL 37,
and CONNIE Z. MITCHELL, Flc
E. RONNE RATNE, and A.E. 95!
REY, if married, if alive, and if
dead, their respective unknown, 201
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against them individually,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: E. RONNE ROTNE
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
RT2 BOX405-C CY
WILLISTON, FL 32696

A.E. REY
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
RT 2 BOX 405-C
WILLISTON, FL 32696 KA
CL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an hus
action to Quiet Title as to the fol- and
lowing described lands: PE
Those lands as described in PE
Exhibit "A" attached hereto and Mc
made part hereof by reference. P
SU
Schedule A,

LOT 8, MEREDITH HILLS, AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION
IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
12 SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST,
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE-
ING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

THAT PART OF SECTION 4,
TOWNSHIP 12 SOUTH, RANGE
17 EAST, BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE SE
1/4 OF THE SAID SECTION 4
FORA POINT OF BEGINNING.. .
'THENCE FROM THE SAID,
POINT OF BEGINNING, RUN
NORTH 85 DEG. 12 MIN. 20 pal
SEC. WEST, A DISTANCE OF und
535.29 FEETTOAN INTERSEC- DE
TION WITH THE SOUTHEAST- BR
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF NA
STATE ROAD #24; THENCE of
RUN NORTH 55 DEG. 35 MIN. De
16 SEC. EAST ALONG THE and
SAID SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT adi
OF WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD as
#24; A DISTANCE OF 329.63 cla
FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH or
85 DEG. 12 MIN. 20 SEC. EAST, de
A DISTANCE OF 1417.49 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 55 DEG. act
35 MIN. 16 SEC. WEST, PAR- prc
ALLEL TO THE CENTERLINE to-'
OF SAID STATE ROAD #24, A
DISTANCE OF 290.08 FEET,
THENCE RUN NORTH 85 the
DEG. 12 MIN. 20 SEC. WEST, 14
A DISTANCE OF 922.44 FEET; as
THENCE RUN SOUTH 05 DEG. as
43 MIN. 35 SEC. WEST, A DIS- at
TANCE OF 25 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. pa
pag
Co
SUBJECT TO A 25.00 FOOT
ROADWAY ON THE EAST of l
922.44 FEET ON THE SOUTH 23,
S1DE OF THE AFOREMEN- Le
TIONED PROPERTY, AND A
50 FOOT ROADWAY ON THE D.E
,WEST 525.34 FEET ON THE tra
SOUTH SIDE OF AFOREMEN- fe
TIONED PROPERTY, TO BE the
USED IN COMMON, FOR IN- rur
GRESS AND EGRESS TO AND Be
FROM STATE ROAD #24. co\
and Bo
The N A of the NE % of the 42
NW 4 of the SW 1/ of Section Le|
36, Township 12 South, Range
17 East, Levy County, Florida a/
k/a Tract 25 and S ofthe NE Y the
ofthe NW40oftheSW% ofthe Dic
Section 36, Township 12 South, fee
Range 17 East, Levy County, the
Florida a/k/a Tract 26. So
Be
Less and except the .West 25 To\
feet thereof as and for an ease- Ea
ment as set forth in that declara-
tion and easement recorded in the
O.R. Book 170, Page 267, and We
185, Page 585, public records of 10!
Levy County, Florida. the


No
TAX PARCEL #12158-000-00 Be
To\
filed against you and you are Ea
required to serve a copy of your
Written defenses, if any, on RON- 00(
ALD W. STEVENS, Petitioner's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 1444, Bronson, FL and
32621, on or before October 2, a c
2006, and file the original with to
the Clerk of this Court either W
before service on Plaintiffs at-


ney or immediately thereaf-
; otherwise a default will be
tered against you for the relief
manded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
al of this Court on August 22,
06.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of Court

By: Deanna Dobbins
(Court Seal)
Persons with disabilities re-
esting reasonable accom-
idations to participate in this
ceeding should contact (352)
4-3639 (Voice & TDD) or vial
>rida Relay Service at (800)
5-8771.
Pub: Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21,
06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 38-2006-CA-670
GARY M. HOCTEL and
'NTHIAA. HOCTEL,
his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.

KARIN P. MACOMBER, n/k/a
,RIN P. GRANDERSON and
ARK GRANDERSON, her
sband; FLOSSIE DENMARK,
d CAROLYN DEAN,
"TE PETERSON, BRUCE
.TERSON and NANCY
iGEHEE, as heirs of FLOSSIE
DENMARK, Deceased; and
I1 t-l lA\ I-A/-'


i vvcE-Vr ,


NOTICE O

TO: FLOSSI
Address Unk

PETE PETEI
Address Unk

BRUCE PET
6035 Scholoa
Mt. Crawford

NANCY McG
Address Unk

SUE;WEAVE
JAddress Unk

AS WELLAS a
rties claiming
der, or again
:NMARK, PET
,UCE PETE
,NCY McGEH
FLOSSIE F
ceased, and
i his or her re
ministrators
welb as all pa
iming to have
interest in the
ascribed.
YOU ARE NO
:ion to quiet title
operty in Levy
wit:
PARCEL:
A tract of land
SNE of Secti
S, Range 19
the Sue We
recorded in [
page 523, De
ge 628, and De
ge 192,.public
unty, Florida.
LESSAND EX
and as descrit
,Page 744, pi
iy County, Flor
And, beginning
3. Morrison a
m road.and
t, thence run
nce run East 2
1 228 feet No
ginning, being
vered by Tax'
one of record
Page 35, pu
vy County, Flor
PARCEL B:
Parcel 1- Ci
e Northwest co
;ks lot and run
et, thence No
nce East 10I
uth 105 feet t
ginning, locate
wnship 14 So
st, Levy Count
Parcel 2- Cc
e Northwest co
taver lot and
5 feet, thence
*nce East 10!
rth 105 feet t
ginning, locate
wnship 14 So
st, Levy Count
(Parcel Accour
0-00 and 0533

has been file
d you are rec
:opy of your w
it, if any, on C
EIDNER, Plair


whose address is Post Office
Box 1354, Bronson, Florida
32621, on or before October 2,
2006 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs' attorney or
immediatelythereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
Dated this 24 day of August
2006.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

By: Deanna Dobbins
Deputy Clerk

(Court Seal) .- .
Pub: Aug. 31, Sept. 7, Sept.
14, Sept. 21,2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR MARION
COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Case No.: 06-1984-DR-FG
IN RE: The Marriage of

CHARLIE E. PORTER, III,
Petitioner,
and

KATRINA M. PORTER
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION QF
MARRIAGE
TO: KATRINA M. PORTER
11616 NE 66" Lane
Bronson, Fl. 32621


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Defendants. action has been filed against

)F ACTION you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written
E DENMAR defenses, if aiy, to iton CHARLIE.
E DENMARK E. PORTER, 11, whose address
known is: 5150 SW 121st Ter., Ocala,
FL 34481 on or before October
RSON 4, 2006, and file the original with
known the clerk of this Court at: 110 NW
lstAvenue, Ocala, Florida 34475,
ERSON before service on Petitioner or
,r Road immediately thereafter. If you
VA 22841 fail to do so, a default may be
E E entered against you for the relief
EHEEdemanded in the petition.
known Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders,
R .ae: available ai "Ie 'Cl,',of the
known Circuit Courts office. You may
Review these documents upon
Sny and all other request.
by, through, You must keep the Clerk of
inst FLOSSIE the Circuit Courts office notified
E PETERSON, of your current address. (You
ERSON and may file Notice of Current
, as heirs Address, Florida Family Law
. DENMARK, Form 12.915.) Future papers in
UE WEAVER h this lawsuit will be mailed to the
nspective heirs, address on record at the clerk's
and assigns, office.
irties having or WARNING: Rule 12.285,
any right, title Florida Family Law Rules of
property herein Procedure, requires certain
TIFID that automatic disclosure of
TIFIEDaan documents and information.
Sto thefollowing Failure to comply can result in
County, Florida, sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
in the NE % of Dated: Sept. 1, 2006
in 7the NE i of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
ion 7, Township COURT
East, known C
aver Lots and
Deed' Book "T" By: SJMcabe
ed Book "V" at Deputy Clerk
eed Book "X" at
ed Book"X"t I, Catherine C. Saunders, a
records of Levy non-lawyer, located at 10117
CEPT that tract Hwy. 441, Belleview, FL
e a tR 34420 (352) 245-8100, helped
led in OR Boo CHARLIE E. PORTER, IIl, :Who
bic records ofis the Petitioner, fill out this form.
rida; Pub: Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 2006
g at a stake near
nd Companies
run West 224 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
South 228 feet, OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
224 feet, thence CIRCUIT,
rth to Point of IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
the same land CASE NUMBER: 2006-CA-
Deed to Ester 000306
in Deed Book ROBERT L. DAILEY and
blic records of LAUREN J. DAILEY, husband
rida. and wife,
Plaintiffs,
ommencing at vs.
rner of the Abe
dining West 105 ALISHA J. CHILDS, a single
north 105 feet, person,
5 feet, thence Defendant.
to the Point of NOTICE OF SALE
d in Section 7, PURSUANT
uth, Range 19 TO CHAPTER 45
y, Florida.
ommencing at NOTICE IS GIVEN that
rner of the Sue pursuant to Summary Final
running West- Judgment of Foreclosure dated
South 105 feet, the 30th day of August, 2006
5 feet, thence in Case Number 38-2006-CA-
:o the Point of 000306 of the Circuit Court of
)d in Section 7, the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
uth, Range 19 and For Levy County, Florida, in
y, Florida. which ROBERT L. DAILEY and
nts No. 05337- LAUREN J. DAILEY, husband
7-001-00) and wife, are Plaintiffs and
ALISHA J. CHILDS, a single
d against you person, is the Defendant, I will
luired to serve sell to the highest and best bidder
writtenn defenses for cash in the Front Lobby' of
'HARLOTTE J. the Levy County Courthouse,
ntiffs' attorney, Bronson, Levy County, Florida


at 11:00 AM on the 29th day of
September, 2006, the following
described property set forth in
the Order or Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
2-10 described as the
south 172.5 ft of the E 124.86
ft of Lot 2, Block K, MANATEE
FARMS ESTATES, Unit No. 2,
according .to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat book 4, Page
1, Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
DATED this 31st day of August,
2006.
Danny J. Shipp
Clerk'of the Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Pub: Sept. 7, 14, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

Case' No. 38-2006-CA-
000396 :;
PERKINS STATE BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.- ,

JENNIFER N. EARNEST,
EVELYN J. HOUCHENS AND
ISREALLEE BROWN, JR.,
Defendants.

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in
accordance with the Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated Aqgust 30, 2006, in the
above-styled cause, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the Levy County
Courthouse at 11:00 a.m.
on September 25, 2006, the
following described property:

Lot 12, Block 69, WILLISTON
HIGHLANDS, UNIT 5, according
to plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 4,)Page 5, public records
of Levy County, Florida.

Together with a 2001
Fleetwood Single Wide Mobile
Home Model: Westfield, Serial
,48387

Any person claiming an
interest in :the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than the
property owners as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated: August 30, 2006
Danny J. Shipp
Clerikof Court

By Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
(COURT SEAL)

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I CERTIFY that a true and
correct copy of the foregoing
Notice of Sale under F.S. Chapter
45 has been furnished by United
States Mail on August 31, 2006,
to each of the following: Jennifer
N. Earnest, 2991 SE 131 Avenue
Morriston, 'Florida 32668, to
each of the following: Jennifer N.
Earnest, 2991. SE 131 Avenue,
Morriston, Florida 32668, Evelyn
J. Houchens, 14442 NW 214
Terrace, High Springs, Florida
32643, Isreal Lee"'Brown, Jr.,
2991 SE 131 Avenue, Morriston,
Florida 32668 and Norm D.
Fugate, Post Office Box 98,
Williston, Florida 32696.
Gwen McElroy D.C..
Court Clerk
Pub: Sept. 7, 14, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
., THE
8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND
.,FR LEVY COUNTY,
.i FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISIOiN
CASE NO: 38-2006-CA-436
ABN ',AMRO MORTGAGE
GROUP, INC.
i PLAINTIFF
VS.

GAI" 'BROOKS a/k/ OLIVIA
G. BRO TKS, IF LIVING, AND
IF DEAtD, .THE UNKNOWN
.SPOUSE' HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRAilNTEES, ASIGN-
EES, LIiNORS, CREDITORS,


TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMINGAN INTER-
ESTBY HROUGH,UNDEROR
AGAINST :"GAIL BROOKS, a/k/a
SOLIVIA(. BROOKS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF GAIL BROOKS
a/k/a QUIVIA G. BROOKS, IF
ANY; DENNIS A. DAVIS, IF
LIVING,i'AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-


SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST DENNIS
A. DAVIS; TAMMY G. DAVIS, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, .HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST TAMMY
G, DAVIS; BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.; JOHN DOE and JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION

DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
Aug. 30, 2006 entered in Civil
Case No. 38-2006-CA-0436
of the Circuit Court of the 8TH
Judicial Circuit in and for LEVY
County, Bronson, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the Main Lobby at
the LEVY County Courthouse lo-
cated at 355 South Court Street
in Bronson, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 25th day.of Septem-
ber, 2006 the following described
property as set forth in said Sum-
mary Final Judgment, to-wit:

A PARCEL OF LAND
.IN THE S 2 OF SECTION 23,
TOWNSHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE
18 -EAST, LEVY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: FOR A POINT OF
REFERENCE, COMMENCE AT
THE NW CORNER OF NE /4 OF
SW % OF SECTION 23, TOWN-
SHIP 13 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, LEVY COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA; THENCE S 00"03'01" E,
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF
SAID NE /4 OF SW A DIS-
TANCE OF 87.90 FEET, TO
THE SW CORNER OF THAT
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN
O.R. BOOK 746,. PAGE 878;
THENCE S 88"30'58"E, ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF LAST
,SAID-4 PROPERTY. 1078.87
FEET, TO THE NE CORNER OF
THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED
IN O.R. BOOK 717, PAGE 651
AND THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE S 00"30'01"
E, ALONG THE EAST LINE
OF LAST SAID PROPERTY,
1536.65 FEET, TO THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF NE
2ND PLACE, BEING THAT
60 FOOT EASEMENT .DE-
SCRIBED IN O.R. BOOK 557,
PAGE 908; THENCE ALONG'
SAID NORTH RIGHT OF WAY
LINE UNTIL OTHERWISE NOT-
ED, RUN S 7545'03" E, 116.84
FEET; THENCE S 81"38'12"
E, 487.63 FEET; THENCE N
85"32'57" E, 315.35 FEET;
THENCE N 52"46'10" E, 471.37
FEET; THENCE N 02"50'21" W,
ALONG
THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF SAID NE 2ND PLACE,
77.91 FEET, TO A SOUTH LINE
OF SAID PROPERTY DE-
SCRIBED IN O.R. BOOK 746,
PAGE 878; THENCE S 89"39'23"
W, ALONG SAID SOUTHLINE,
39.77 FEET, TO A SW CORNER
OF LAST SAID PROPERTY;
THENCE N 02050'21" ALONG
A WEST LINE OF LAST SAID
PROPERTY, 473.80 FEET, TO
THE SE CORNER OF THAT
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN
O.R. BOOK 741,
PAGE 887; THENCE N
88"30'58" W, 598.89 FEET, TO


THE SW CORNER OF LAST
SAID PROPERTY; THENCE
N 00"46'58" W, 744.63 FEET,
TO THE NW CORNER OF
LAST SAID PROPERTY AND A
SOUTH LINE OF SAID PROP-
ERTY DESCRIBED IN O.R.
BOOK 746, PAGE 878, THENCE
N 88"30'58" W, 611.09 FEET, TO
CLOSE ON THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING.

Any person claiming an inter-
est in the surplus from the sale,
if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the lis
pendens, must file.a claim within
60 day after the sale.
Dated this 1st day of Septem-
ber, 2006.

Danny J. Shipp
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

THE LAW OFFICES OF DA-
VID J. STERN, P.A. ATTORNEY
FOR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suite
500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
06-55108 (FM) SLHM

IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the LEVY County Courthouse at
904-486-5276, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
Pub: Sept. 7, 14, 2006


NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF
RESOLUTION

VACATING PUBLIC ROAD

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, at its
regular scheduled meeting on
September 5, 2006, vacated,
abandoned- and closed the
following described roadway:
That portion of SE 117th Terrace
from the southeast right-of-way
line of SE 1231d Terrace (Fox
Hollow) southeasterly to the
terminus of said SE 117t Terrace,
Fox Grove Farms Subdivision,
as recorded in Plat Book 8, Page
71-73, Public Records of Levy
County, Florida.
A Resolution vacating said
road was duly adopted.

NANCY BELL
Chair, Board of County
Commissioners
Pub. Sept. 14, 2006



Buying

Tax Deeds?
NAeed to dew t e title?
&xpe'ienced, Dependa&6e
Sewice and
Reasonable
Rates!
Cafe
ehAwttea I J. Weidmn
ATTORNEY AT LAW
(352) 486-3753


Legal

deadline is

5 p.m. Monday


NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
LEVY COUNTY STATE HOUSING
INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP
(SHIP) PROGRAM
ANNUAL REPORTS FOR INSPECTION &
COMMENTS

Levy County receives SHIP program funds from the State
of Florida, Department of Community Affairs, Florida Housing
Finance Corporation (FHFC), pursuant to Sec. 420.907-9079,
Florida Statutes, and Rule 91-37, Florida Administrative Code,
for the purpose of providing affordable housing assistance to
very low, low and moderate income households in Levy Coun-
ty. Levy County received $350,000 FY 2003/2004, $350,000
FY 2004/2005 and $350,000 FY 2005/2006. Levy County's
Annual Reports for these years are now available for public
inspection from Sept. 14 through Sept. 20, 2006. Copies of the
reports are available at 380 S. Court Street, Bronson, Florida,
between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Written com-
ments on the report may be submitted to: Sandy Akins, SHIP
Director, P.O. Box 308, Bronson, FL. 32621 orto the FHFC 227
N. Bronough Street, Suite 5000, Tallahassee, Florida 32301-
1329, Attention: SHIP Program. Annual Reports are submit-
ted to the state for review each year. For further information
contact Sandy Akins, SHIP Director, (P.O. Box 308, Bronson,
FI. 32621) or by phone (352) 486-5268 or 1-800-733-5389,
Ext. 5268.


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


CLASSIFIED & LEGALS


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


gals 9




Request for Qualification

The Cedar Key Historical S
city is accepting qualification
from Architectural and Enginee
ing firms in the State of Floric
for an architectural and enl
neering plan to restore the 187
Historic Lutterloh Museum Bull
ing in Cedar Key.
This project is being finance
in part with historic grant assi
tance provided by the Bureau
Historic Preservation, Divisic
of Historical Resources, Floric
Department of State, assisted I
the Florida Historical Commi
sion.
If interested, please conta
Dr. John Andrews 352-543-512
Pub: Sept. 14 & 21, 2006.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER A FICTITIOUS
NAME

Notice is hereby given that th
undersigned, under the prove
sion of Section 90-267, Florid
Statutes 1990, will register wil
the Secretary of State, Divisic
of Corporations, P.O. Box 130(
Tallahassee, Florida 32302-130
upon publication of this notic
the fictitious name to wit:
UNITED FUEL AND SUPPLY
Under which he is engaged
business in Levy County, Florid
that the party interested in sai
business is:
Whitney Smith
P.O. Box 2298
Chiefland, FL 32644-2298

Pub: September 14, 2006



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
CASE NO. 38-06-CA-705

DEUTSCHE. ,,,,BANK ,, 4A
TIONAL TRUST r pB ,A
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIF
CATEHOLDERS OF SOUND
VIEW HOME LOAN TRUS
2005-OPT1, ASSET-BACKEI
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005
OPT1,
Plaintiff,

vs.
RITA DAVIS, et. al.,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: RITA DAVIS AND UN
KNOWN SPOUSE OF RITA DA
VIS,
Last known address: 145
N.E. 153RD AVENUE, WILLIS
TON, FL. 32696

If alive, and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by, through, un
der or against RITA DAVIS ANE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RIT,
DAVIS and all parties having o
claiming to have any right, title o
interest in the property described
herein.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ar
action for Foreclosure .of Mort
gage on the following described
property:

LOT 7 BLOCK 114, WILLIS
TON HIGHLANDS GOLF AN[
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES AC
CORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3
PAGES 67 AND 67A THROUGH
67M, PUBLIC RECORDS Of
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against yoi
and you are required to serve i
copy of your written defenses
if any, to it, on MARISOL MO
RALES,, Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address is 2901 Stirling
Road, Suite 300, Fort Lauder
dale, Florida 33312 on or be
fore October 20, 2006, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service or
Plaintiffs attorney or immediate
ly thereafter; otherwise a defaul
will be entered against you fo
the relief demanded in the com-
plaint.


WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court this 7" day o
September, 2006.

DANNY J. SHIPP
As Clerk of the Court

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Publish: LEVY COUNTY
JOURNAL


CC.. 1450 N.E. 153RD AVE- Levy County, Florida
NUE, WILLISTON, FL. 32696
A copy of this Notice of Ac- BY: Gwen McElroy
tion, Complaint and Lis Pendens Deputy Clerk
were sent to the defendant and Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006
address named above.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
In accordance with the Ameri- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
cans with Disabilities Act, per- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
o- sons needing a reasonable ac- AND FOR LEVY COUNTY
ns commodation to participate in CIVIL DIVISION
Br- this proceeding should, no later Case No. 38-2006-CA-000407
da than seven (7) days prior, contact MIDFIRST BANK
gi- the Clerk of the Court's disabil- Plaintiff,
71 ity coordinator at 3524865315, vs. :
d- PO BOX 310, BRONSON FL,
32621. If hearing impaired, con- RUBEN L. BOWERSANDAPRIL
ed tact (TDD) via Florida Relay Sys- L. BOWERS AND. UNKNOWN
s- tem. TENANTS/OWNERS,
of Defendants.
on This is an attempt to col- NOTICE OF SALE
da lect a debt. Any information
by obtained will be used for that Notice is hereby give, pur-"
s- purpose. suant to Final Judgment of Fore-
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006 closure for Plaihtiff eriered in
ct --- this cause on August 30, 2006, in
29 IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE the Circuit Court of Levy County,
8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida, I will- sell the property
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR situated in Levy County, Florida
LEVY COUNTY described as:

Case #: 38-2006-CA-000252 LOT 16, BLOCK C, CASON
Division #: INGLIS ACRES UNIT_9, AC-
e UNC: CORDING TO TOTH PLAT
Ia WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. THEREOF RECORD IN
th SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 49,
in WELLS FARGO BANK MINNE- PUBLIC RECORDS OF
, SOTA, N.A. AS TRUSTEE F/K/ LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
)0 A NORWEST BANK MINNE- TOGETHER WITH A 1983
SOTA, N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR TIDWELL MOBILE :HOME,
;e THE REGISTERED HOLDERS VIN# 204471/2 .
OF HOME EQUITY LOAN AS-
SET-BACKED CERIFICATES, and commonly known asr.19591
n SERIES 2002-4,ff, SE VICKI STREET; including the
id building, appurtenances, and
-.- fixtures located therein, at pub-
lic sale, to the highest and best'
'ARTHUR M. LIVINGSTON bidder, for cash, Sales are held
AND SHARON F. LIVINGSTON, in the front lobby, of the Levy
HIS WIFE; SEARS, ROEBUCK County Courthouse Court Street,
AND CO.; UNKNOWN PAR- Bronson, FL, on October 16,
TIES IN POSSESSION #1; UN- 2006 at 11 o'clockA.M..
KNOWN PARTIES IN POSSES-
SION #2; IF LIVING, AND ALL Any persons claiming an
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- interest in the surplus from the
F ING BY, 'THROUGH, UNDER sale, if any, other than the prop-
AND AGAINST THE ABOVE
AND AGAINST THE ABOVE erty owner as of the date of the
NAMED DEFENDANTS) WHO isendensmustfi
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD is pendens must filea claimm
ORALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- within 60 days after the sale.
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, Dated this 8 day of Septem- f
HEIRS, DEVISEES', .GRANT-^ber, 2006
E EE 8R" PTAINV IAhNfT A;- AN 7 ...;
Defendanit(s). .
-NOTICE OF SALE Clerk of-the Circuit Court 9
T By: Deanna Dobbins f
D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Deputy Clerk
i- pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated If you are a person with a disabil-
September 6, 2006, entered ity who needs an accommoda-
In Civil Case No. 38-2006- needs any accommoda-
CA-000252 of the Circuit Court tion in order to participate in this
of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and proceeding, you are entitled, at
for Levy County, Florida, where- no cost to you, to the provision
in WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. of certain assistance. ,Please
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO contact Jan Phillips at (352) 374-
WELLS FARGO BANK 374-3648 within 2 working days
MINNESOTA, N.A. AS of your receipt of this notice;
- TRUSTEE F/K/A NORWEST if you are hearing or voice im-
- BANK MINNESOTA, N.A. AS paired, call 1-800-955-8771.
TRUSTEE FOR THE REGIS- Pub.: Sept. 14, 21,2006 r
0 TERED HOLDERS OF HOME
- EQUITY LOANASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 20024,
Plaintiff and ARTHUR M. LIV- INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF E
s INGSTON AND SHARON E. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL c
- LIVINGSTON, HIS WIFE are CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY a
D defendantss, .I will sell to the COUNTY, FLORIDA c
A highest and best bidder for cash,
ATTHE LOBBYATLEVYCOUN- CASE NO.: 38-2006-CA-496 r
r TY COURTHOUSE, LOCATED SKYQUIN HOLDINGS, LLC,
,r AT 355 S. COURT STREET, Plaintiff,
d BRONSON, LEVY COUNTY, vs. s
FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M._ on 7
October 23, 2006 the following STEPHEN PERRY, JESSICA
n described property as set forth in DURAN PERRY,
:- said Final Judgment, to-wit: et. al.,
Set. al .. :
LOTS 2 AND 4, BLOCK Defendant(s).
32, TOWN OF CHIEFLAND,
AS PER MAP OR PLAT NOTICE OF-1 .,
,D THEREOF RECORDED FORECLOSURE SALE
IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF c ..
F LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN A,
pursuant to a Final Summary E
, ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Judgment of Foreclosure dated F
F INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS September 6, 2006, entered in 1
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, Civil Case No.: 38-2006-CA-496 S
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF of the Circuit Court:of the: eighth C
u THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE Judicial Circuit in and for Levy 1
a A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS County, Florida, wherein SKY- F
AFTER THE SALE. QUIN HOLDINGS, LLC; PIaintiff, 'F
and STEPHEN PERRY, JES-
A IFYOUAREAPERSONWITH SICA DURAN PERRY,, re De-
SADISABILITY WHO NEEDS fendants.
- ANY ACCOMMODATION IN .
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN I will sell to the highest bidder
- THIS PROCEEDING. YOU for cash in the main lobby of the
SARE ENTITLED. AT NO COST Levy County Courthouse, 355
TO YOU. TO THE PROVISION South Court Street, Bronson, FL
n OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. 32631, at 11:00 am onthe on
- PLEASE CONTACT LEVY 32631, at 11:00 a.m, on,the on
t COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 355 the 9 day of October, 2.06, the
r COURT STREET, P.O. BOX 610. following described real property
- BRONSON. FL 32621 WITHIN as set forth in said Final Sum-
2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR mary Judgment, to wit:' .


RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF
SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING LOTS 27 AND 28, BLOCK T
IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955- 76, WILLISTONHIGHLANDS
8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IM- GOLFANDCOUNTRYCLUB
PAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770 ESTATES, RECORb'D IN
PLAT BOOK, 3, AT PAGES
DATED at BRONSON, Flor- 67D THROUGH 67M, OF
ida, this 7th day of September, THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
2006. LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA. T

DANNY J. SHIPP A
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT If you are a person claiming a
COURT right to funds remaining after the


sale, you must file a claim with
the clerk no later than 60 days.
after the sale. If you fail to file a
claim you will not be entitled to
any remaining funds. After 60
days, only the owner of record
as of the date of the lis pendens TR
may claim the surplus.
De
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of the court on September
8, 2006.

DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE COURT
er
(COURT SEAL) unl
By: Deanna Dobbins TR
Deputy Clerk W.
ing
Attorney for Plaintiff: ter
Brian L, Rosaler, Esquire ani
Popkin & Rosaler, P.A. ha'
1701 West Hillsboro Boulevard rigl
Suite 302 ert
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954) 360-9030
Facsimile: (954) 420-5187 act
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006 pro
-- ,- to-'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 38-2006-CA-499
J.: EVIN ALEXANDER,
Plaintiff,
vs. ..
and
STEPHEN PERRY, JESSICA a c
DURAN PERRY, et. al., to
Defendant(s). WE
wh,
NOTICE OF wh
FORECLOSURE SALE
on
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN an(
pursuant to a Final Summary o
Judgment of Foreclosure dated on
September 6, 2006, entered in dia
def
Civil Case No.: 38-2006-CA. de
499 of the Circuit Court of the you
the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in and fort
Levy County, Florida, wherein J.
KEVIN ALEXANDER, Plaintiff,te
and STEPHEN PERRY, JES-
SICA DURAN PERRY, are De-
endants.

I will sell to the highest bidder
or cash in the main- lobby of the
Levy Cdtfity CourthouSe, 355' -5
South Court S~'tr-i Bronson, lL''
32631, at 11:00 a.m., on the on
9th day of October, 2006, the
following described real property
as set forth in said Final Sum-
nary-Judgment, to wit:

LOT 29, BLOCK 141, 00
WILLISTON HIGHLANDS
GOLFAND COUNTRY CLUB ES
ESTATES, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK, 3, AT PAGES
67D THROUGH 67M, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA. F
S VA
,If ypu are a person claiming a
ight:to funds remaining after the
sale, you must file a claim with
he clerk no later than 60 days 1
ifter the sale. If you fail to file a van
claim nyou will not be entitled to
ny remaining funds. 'After 60
lays, only the owner of record
s of the date of the lis pendens
nay claim the surplus.
van
WITNESS my hand and the
;eal of the court on September
',2006.

DANNY J. SHIPP
:CLERK OF THE COURT acti,
on t
(COURT SEAL) COL
By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

ittorney'for Plaintiff
3rian L. Rosaler, Esquire
'opkri &. Rosaler, P.A
701 West Hillsboro Boulevard
iuite 302
)eerfield Beach, FL 33442
el4phone: (954) 360-9030
-acsimile: (954),420-5187 h
'ub.' Sept. 14, 21, 2006 and
-. .cop.
any,
the
INITHE CIRCUIT COURT add
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL P.A.
CIRCUIT Suit
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY, 322
FLORIDA frorr
Case No. 38-2006-CA- 0621

CYNTHIA HALL SMITH, AS


PERSONALL REPRESENTATIVE
)F THE ESTATE OF EARNES-
'INE B. HALL, also known as
ERNESTINE HALL MORRIS,

Plaintiff,

vs.
THE HEIRS, ADMINISTRA-
ORS AND ASSIGNS OF J. W.
IORRIS, Deceased, including
LICE MORRIS, his daughter,


Defendants.


AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION


TO: THE HEIRS, ADMINIS-
,ATORS AND
ASSIGNS OF J. W. MORRIS,
ceased
Address Unknown

ALICE MORRIS
Address Unknown

AS WELL AS any and all oth-
parties claiming by, through,
der, or THE HEIRS, ADMINIS-
LATORS AND ASSIGNS OF J.
MORRIS, Deceased, includ-
I ALICE MORRIS, his daugh-
, or her heirs, administrators
d assigns, as well as all parties
ving or claiming to have any
ht, title or interest in the prop-
y herein described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED.that an
:ion to quiet title to the following
>perty in Levy County, Florida,
wit:

Lots 17 and 18, Block "C",
PINEHURST SUBDIVISION,
as shown by plat recorded
in Plat Book 2, at page 37-
A, public records of Levy
County, Florida.

has been filed against you
d you are required to serve
;opy of your written defenses
it, if any, on CHARLOTTE J.
EIDNER, Plaintiffs attorney,
ose address is Post Office Box
54, Bronson, Florida 32621,
or before October 20, 2006
d file the original with the,Clerk
his Court either before service
Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
tely thereafter; otherwise a
ault will be entered against
u for the relief demanded in
.Complaint or petition.
Dated this 5t day of Sep-
nber 2006.
DANNY J. SHIPP
Clerk of Court

3y: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct.
2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 38-2006-CA-
1677
DIVISION:
STAGE COACH ENTERPRIS-
INC., etc.,
Plaintiff,

s.

ROBERTO MARQUEZ CER-
NTES, et. al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Robert Marquez Cer-
tes
Last Known Address
6411 NE 119th Terrace
Williston, FL 32696

Rosalinda Gomez Cer-


tes
Last Known Address
6411 NE 119, Terrace
Williston, FL 32696

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
on to foreclose a mortgage
the following property in Levy
inty, Florida:

Lot 11, Block 72,'OAK
RIDGE ESTATES, ac-
cording to Plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book
3, pages 63-1 through
63-7 of the public re-
cords of Levy County,
Florida.

as been filed against you
you are required to serve a
y of your written defenses, if
to it on Lance Paul Cohen,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose
ress is Cohen & Thurston,
, 1723 Blanding Boulevard,
e 102, Jacksonville, Florida
10, within thirty (30) days
n the first date of publication


of this notice, on or before Octo-
ber 20, 2006, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on the Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or pe-
tition.

DATED on this 5th day of Sep-
tember, 2006.
DANNY J. SHIPP
CLERK OF THE COURT
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA

By: Gwen McElroy
Deputy Clerk

Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire
COHEN &THURSTON, PA.
1723 Blanding Boulevard, Suite
102
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
904/388-6500
Attorney for Plaintiff
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21,2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR LEVY COUNTY;
FLORIDA
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

CIRCUIT CIVIL NO.: 38-2006-
CA-000710

JAMES D. BAGOLY, III and
EVA MARIE BAGOLY, his wife,

Plaintiff,
v.

BILL SHERMAN, and all
unknown parties claiming by,
through, under and against
the. above named defendants
who are not known to be dead
or alive, whether said unknown
parties may claim an interest as
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees or other claimants,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

To: BILL SHERMAN, resi-
dence unknown

and all other unknown parties
claiming by. through, i nder and'"""
JU gat ris3. l av'eb 141 5ned d e
fendants who are not known to
be dead or alive, whether said
- unknown parties may claim an
interest as spouses. heirs, de-
visees, grantees or other claim-
ants whomsoever having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest in and to the following
described real property interests
in Levy County, Florida. to wit:

LOT 5, BLOCK 3, RAIN-
BOW LAKES ESTATES,
SECTION "N", ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGES 27, 27A
THROUGH 27D, INCLUSIVE,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEVY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the above
real property in Levy County.
Florida. has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses to
it. if any, on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney. whose name and address
is: H. Michael Evans, Esquire
at 20702 W. Pennsylvania Av-
enue, Dunnellon, FL 34431, and
file the original with the clerk of
this court on or before October
16, 2006 otherwise, a judgment
may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.

Witness my hand and seal of
this Court on this 8 day of Sep-
tember, 2006.
Danny J. Shipp
As Clerk of Court, Levy
County
P.O. Drawer 610
Bronson, FL 32621

By: Deanna Dobbins
As Deputy Clerk
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct.
5, 2006


Parker Land Clearing
Site Prep/Road Construction/Demolition
Small Lots to Large Acreage
^Eff.f A


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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND THE COURTHOUSE


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Page 19


L&L Storage, 2990 N.E. 2
LOgalAvenue, Williston, Florida, F
9Barcia or his agent will corn
9 a sale at 9:00 AM by sealed
-'. to the highest bidder. Bids tc
INVITATION TO BID opened by Noon with viev
from 9:00 AM until Noon
NOTICE IS HEREBY the contents of the storage
GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF or bays rented by the follow
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS person/persons:
OF LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
hereby calls for and request BernitaAppling
sealed bids for all MOTOR OILS 4171 NE 203rd Ct
AND LUBRICANTS FOR THE Williston, FL 32696
PERIOD BEGINNING October
1, 2006 and ending September Victoria Brown
30, 2007. 11491 NE 73rd Lane
Bronson,, FI 32696
Detailed information and
specifications on the above Pamela Curtis
may be obtained by contacting 359 SE Ninth St
the LEVY COUNTY ROAD Williston, FL 32696
DEPARTMENT, POST OFFICE.
BOX 336, BRONSON, FLORIDA Jerry Henderson
32621, Phone (352) 486-5124. PO Box 375
Bronson, FL 32621
DONE AND ORDERED BY
THE BOARD OF COUNTY Queen Mclntyre
COMMISSIONERS IN OPEN 4470 NE 208th Terr
SESSION THIS 5TH DAY OF Williston, FL 32696
SEPTEMBER, AD. 2006.
Hadarie Thomas
THE BOARD OF COUNTY 21650 NE 40th St
COMMISSIONERS. Williston, FL 32696
LEVY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
BY: s/Nancy Bell Consists of house
ATTEST: personal, or miscellaneous ite
s/DANNY J. SHIPP, CLERK stored at L&L Storage, 2990 N
(SEAL) 200th Avenue, Williston, Flor
Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006 Sale is being made to satisi
--- statutory lien.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Dated September 11, 2006
Paul Barcia, d/bla L&L L&L Storage
Storage, pursuant to the 2990 N.E. 200,Avenue
provisions of the Florida Self Williston, Florida32696
Storage Facility Act (Fla. Stat. (352) 528-6179
83.801, et sec.), hereby gives Sale Date: September
notice of sale under said Act, to 2006
wit: On September 29, 2006, at Pub.: Sept. 14, 21, 2006



Levy Land Transactions
8/22/06 8/28/06
Transaction Code: AAA-Agree Additional Advances, A-Assignment, AA
Assign Agree Deed, ACT-Amended Certificate of Title, AD-Agree Deed
Al-Assumption of Indebtedness, CD-Correctory Deed, CT-Certificate
Title, D-Deed, E-Easement, FJDX-Final Judgment Divorce X, MMA-Mo
gage Modify Agreement, NL-Notice of Limitation, PX Probate X, QCD-C
Claim Deed, TD-Tax Deed, TBRD-Timber Deed, WD-Warranty Deed

WD, $10.00, L4(62) WILLISTON HGH #5 REPLAT
Grantee(s): SUMNER MARVA E, SUMNER DONNIE B
Grantor(s): SUMNER DONNIE B
WD, $47,900.00, L14 WATSON VILLAGE
Grantee(s): FJG,,NDPjNYVESTMENTT,,G.OUP LLC
Grantor(s): AMC MORTGAGE SERVICES INC, AMERIQUEST MORTG/
SECURITIES INC, DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMP/
TRUSTEE '
M, $71,242.95, L15(63) OAK RIDGE ESTATES
Grantee(s): BENEFICIAL FLORIDA INC
Grantor(s): GODKIN TONYA, GODKIN ERIC
QCD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 25-12-18, PARCEL #04174-003 (PORT
OF) -
Grantee(s): BRANN ROBERT D
Grantor(s): MATUS ELLEN E
M, $42,000.00, BDY L25(B) US 19 #1 ADD, BDY 14-11-14
Grantee(s): CASTLE POINT MORTGAGE INC, MERS,MORTGAGE EL
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): WHITE TIFFANY M, WHITE JAMES E
QCD, $10.00, L15 HARTFORD FARMS SD, BDY 17-12-18
Grantee(s): MOOS JACQUELINE ALONIA
Grantor(s): MOOS JACQUELINE ALONIA, MOOS JOSEPH GIFFORD
M, $153,800.00, L15 HARTFORD FARMS SD, BDY 17-12-18
Grantee(s): CHASE BANK USA NA
Grantor(s): MOOS JACQUELINE ALONIA
M, $52,000.00, L13(57) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Grantee(s): COUNTRYWIDE BANK NA, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC R
ISTRATION SYSTEMS INC, MERS
Grantor(s): MUNDEN JENNIFER M, MUNDEN MICHAEL R
M, $65,000.00, L15 WATERWAY EST
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): EYER GLORIA, EYER RONALD
M, $50,000.00, L1(2) PINES #1
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): BOYSHA ELSA M, BOYSHA JOHN B
M, $175,000.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 2-13-14, ETC, PARCEL #01161-(
00
Grantee(s): VOLKSWAGEN BANK USA
Grantor(s): EDWARDS DAVID M, EDWARDS DEBORA C
S M, $89,000.00, BDY 31-15-13, ETC, PARCEL# 00437-009-00
Grantee(s): COMPASS BANK
Grantor(s): HOOPER PETER W, HOOPER PRATIMA
M, $125,000.00, BDY 31-15-13, ETC, PARCEL #00437-009-00
Grantee(s): COMPASS BANK
Grantor(s): HOOPER PETER W, HOOPER PRATIMA
WD, $18,000.00, L7 MEADOWLAND ESTATES #1
Grantee(s): RODRIGUEZ JAVIER GALERA
Grantor(s): MEADOR DAVID
M, $141,420.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 8-12-17, PARCEL #03373-001-00
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): OWENS TIFFANY), OWENS JAMES BRIAN
WD, $92,500.00, L4(7) GREEN PATCH COUNTRY ESTATES, W/MH
Grantee(s): PAGEL JASON
Grantor(s): KERN ROBIN D, KERN DANIEL M
M, $84,498.00, L4(7) GREEN PATCH COUNTRY ESTATES, W/MH
Grantee(s): TAYLOR BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORP, MORTG/
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC, MERS
Grantor(s): PAGEL JASON
M, $105,000.00, L2(5) VILLAGE GREEN THUMBS 91
Grantee(s): SUNTRUST BANK
Grantor(s): COHOON RICHARD E, ALLFREY KRISTIN D
M, $125,000.00, L1-8(B) HALES ADD TO THE TOWN OF CEDAR KE'
Grantee(s): SUNTRUST BANK
Grantor(s): HODGES SUSAN, HODGES MICHAEL F
QCD, $100.00, L52(B) SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD #1 OF MA
TEE SPRINGS AREA, W/MH
Grantee(s): ROSE LAND AND FINANCE CORP
Grantor(s): ROSE ACCEPTANCE INC
WD, $27,500.00, L52(B) SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD 91 OF MA


TEE SPRINGS AREA,W/MH
Grantee(s): SUMMERLIN KRYSTAL S, SUMMERLIN BRYAN E
Grantor(s): ROSE LAND AND FINANCE CORP
M, $25,250.00, L52(B) SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD 91 OF MA
TEE SPRINGS AREA,W/MH
Grantee(s): FIRST NATIONAL ACCEPTANCE COMPANY
Grantor(s): SUMMERLIN KRYSTAL S, SUMMERLIN BRYAN E
WD, $6,995.00, L7(14) VILLAGE OF GREEN THUMBS DEV INV #1
Grantee(s): ALLISON JENNIFER
Grantor(s): GILREATH CHARISSA N, GILREATH JACQUELINE W
WD, $69,000.00, L49 LINCOLN HEIGHTS REVISED
Grantee(s): JACKSON NASHICA
Grantor(s): WALDROP RAMON
M, $60,991.00, L49 LINCOLN HEIGHTS REVISED


00" Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICANA $'
'aul Grantor(s): JACKSON NASHICA M
duct M, $11,730.00, L49 LINCOLN HEIGHTS REVISED
bids Grantee(s): LEVY COUNTY
Sbe Grantor(s): JACKSON NASHICA
QCD, $10.00, L2 WHISPERING OAKS SD
ng Grantee(s): RUTT(MANN HANNA
for Grantor(s): LYNNE DEBORA
bay M, $75,000.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 12-13-14, ETC
/ing Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): GALLION JF
M, $15,000.00, BDY 26-13-15, ETC, W/MH, SEE IMAGE
Grantee(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor(s): CURRY DON NEWTON. JR, CURRY LILA MAE, CURRY DON
N DECEASED
WD, $65,900.00, L 1(11) OCALAHGH WEST,W/MH
Grantee(s): BUCHER MICHAEL ROBERT
Grantor(s): DOUGLAS LEARY KAREN E, LEARY HENRY J SR, LEARY
KAREN E DOUGLAS
WD, $18,000.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 19-11-17, PARCEL #03161-379-00
Grantee(s): STRUDWICK BIANCA, STRUDWICK GEOFFREY
Grantor(s): WOMBLE GLENDA K, WOMBLE WILLIAM R
WD, $29,900.00, L25 STAMPER ROLLING ACRES, BDY 27-12-17, ETC
Grantee(s): BLANCO FERNANDO RAUL, VICTORIA MARIA I
.Grantor(s): MELENDEZ RICARDO
M, $20,000.00, L192 FOREST PARK #2, W/MH
Grantee(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor(s): BROWN DALE ANN, BROWN DALE
D, $10.00, BDYNW1/4 NW1/412-14-18, PARCEL #04561-001-00
Grantee(s): BREWINGTON WILLIAM VAUGHN
Grantor(s): BREWINGTON WILLIE M DECEASED, BREWINGTON NEIIIE
MAE
ID, $10.00, BDYNE1/4 SE1/4 2-14-18, PARCEL #04526-001-00
Grantee(s): BREWINGTON WILLIAM VAUGHN
Grantor(s): BREWINGTON WILLIE M DECEASED, :BREWINGTON NEITIE
MAE
WD, $10.00, L12-13(136) W,ILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Grantee(s): DANIELS HERMAN L SR
Grantor(s): DANIELS HERMAN L SRTRUSTEE, EVANS SPECIALTY COM-
old, PANY INC
S QCD, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/4 32-12-19, PARCEL #04882-000-00
. E. Grantee(s): DALLAS RUDOLPH
. Grantor(s): FRAZIER CORD C, FRAZIER PEARLIE'MAE
ida. MMA, $7,000.00, OR 639/968, 733/75, 891/81, 942/338
fy a Grantee(s): SHARP BILLY RAY
Grantor(s): MARTIN TAMMY
WD, $128,000.00, BDY SE1/4 18-12-18, W/MH, PARCEL #11879-000-00
S Grantee(s): YONEMARU MICHIKO, MERRITT GEORGE T
Grantor(s): MCCORMICK MARIE,MCCORMICK HOWARD RAY
M, $96,000.00, BDY SE1/4 18-12-18, W/MH, PARCEL #11879-000-00
Grantee(s): CHASE BANK USA NA
Grantor(s): YONEMARU MICHIKO, MERRITT GEORGE T
WD, $7,100.00, L13(J) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #1
29, Grantee(s): OHARE MONICA
Grantor(s): OHARE STEPHEN T
CD, $10.00, OR 740/155, L362 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 10-12-17
Grantee(s): DRABES MIKE, KESSLING KAREN, DRABES FRANK
Grantor(s): CONE WILBUR C JR, CONE WILBUR C'
WD, $100,000.00, L361-362 UNIVERSITY ESTATES,W/MH,BDY 10-12-
17, W/MH
Grantee(s): STOTT SUSAN M
Grantor(s): KESSLING KAREN
D- WD, $10.00, L361-362 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, W/MH, BDY 10-12-17,
d, W/MH
of Grantee(s): STOTT SUSAN M
'rt- Grantor(s): DRABES FRANK
Quit WD, $10.00, L361-362 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, W/MH, BDY 10-12-17,
W/MH
Grantee(s): STOTT SUSAN M
Grantor(s): DRABES MICHAEL
M, $80,000.00, L361-362 UNIVERSITY ESTATES,W/MH,BDY 10-12-17,
W/MH
Grantee(s): WELLS FARGO BANK NA
Grantqr(s) STpTTSUAN ,
,GE -M, $25,000.00, L24 TREASURE CAMP ADD #6
ANY Grantee(s):,TAYLOR BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE CORP, MERS;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): LAGUEUX RONALD, SIMPKINS CATHY A
WD, $135,000.00, L22-23(C) RIVERSIDE SD#2
Grantee(s): DASCH RICHARD, YOUNG LESLIE K
ION Grantor(s): SPRINGSTEAD SARAS
M, $100,000.00, L22-23(C) RIVERSIDE SD #2
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): DASCH RICHARD, YOUNG LESLIE K
WD, $270,000.00, L11-12(2) AKA L11-12(B) LEVY RANCHETTES SD,
EC- BDY 26-13-17, ETC .' V1i
Grantee(s): YARSKI DENISEM, YARSKI ANTHONY J
Grantor(s): CANZONERI WENDY L, CANZONERI FRANK LEE JR, CAN-
ZONERI WENDY
M, $243,000.00, L11-12(2)AKA L11-12(B) LEVY RANCHETTES SD, BDY
26-13-17, ETC
Grantee(s): AMERICAN BROKERS CONDUIT, MERS, MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): YARSKI DENISE M, YARSKI ANTHONY)
E, $10.00, L5 SUNCOAST ESTATES, BDY 19-12-18
EG- Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): CRAFT REAGAN L
E, $10.00, L55 BUCK BAY PHASE 2, BDY 27-11-14
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): BASELINE BUILDERS INC, DENHAM RONNIE
E, $10.00, L 1 MANATEE GARDENS, BDY 27-11-14
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): MARSH DAWN F
E, $10.00, L9(E) CEDAR KEY MH PARADISE, BDY 36-14-13
)01- Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): CLAMTASTIC SEAFOOD INC, TOPPING CHRISTOPHER M
E, $10.00, L4 NORTHCHIEFLAND ESTATES
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS LARRY V ,.
E, $10.00, L74 SPRINGSIDE, BDY 25-11-13
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): TIPTON PATRICIA, TIPTON PATRICIA R
E, $10.00, L11B BIG BUCK RANCH, BDY 5-14-14
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC "
Grantor(s): FECHTEL R, FECHTEL REGINALD A R :. .
E, $10.00, BDY 23-11-15, PARCEL #01615-001-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): HARPER JAMES T
E, $10.00, L3 MEADOWVIEW EST
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): BOYSKEY JOHN J
E, $10.00, L1,BDY L2(2) BEAUCHAMPS SD
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS DAPHINA CARNEGIE
,GE E, $10.00, L5(55) UNIVERSITY OAKS ; ,
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): LEHMAN IVAN
E, $10.00, L19 TISHAMINGO PLANTATION SD
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): SLAUGHTER JOHN
Y WD, $120,000.00, L3 MORRISTON HTS
Grantee(s): ALVAREZ NATHAN
Grantor(s): ESTEVEZ GILBERTO JR, ESTEVEZ LISA T
NA- M, $34,800.00, L 1(1) WILLISTONHGH#12 .
Grantee(s): OCALA NATIONAL BANK
Grantor(s): HOLMAN STEVEN W, RILEY PAUL R
E, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 17-14-14, PARCEL #01285-005-00
NA- Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): BUECHLER GEORGE


E, $10.00, L14 QUAIL MEADOWS
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
NA- Grantor(s): SMITH SHERRI L.
E, $10.00, L68 SPANISH TRACE ADD #1
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): MILLER SHIRLEY L, MILLER CHARLES A, MILLER SHIRLEY
E, $10.00, BDY 2-12-17, ETC, PARCEL #03274-000-00, 03259-000-00,
10709-000-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): KEYSER ANN M
E, $10.00, BDYNW1/4 SW1/435-10-15, PARCEL#01446-000-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): BAILEY OLIVER, BAILEY OLIVER W, BAILEY OLIVER W JR


E, $10.00, L53 WILLISTON GARDENS, BDY 22-13-18
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): MORIN JOSEPH R
E, $10.00, L88(7) FANNING SPRINGS ANNEX
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): SOUTHERN BRENDA S
E, $10.00, BDY 1-17-16, PARCEL #12802-000-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): MCKAY RICKIE M
E, $10.00, BDY SE1/4 SE1/415-12-17, PARCEL #03408-203-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): PUCKETT FRANCES C
E, $10.00, L54 BUCK BAY'PHASE It
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): WERNER MARY, WERNER POLLY
E, $10.00, L206 FOREST PARK # It
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): KEYSER ANN M
E, $10.00, L15(H) GRACELAND SHORES
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): CASTELL WILLIAM D
E, $10.00, L67 FOREST PARK #3 PHASE It
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): NLIUCCI D J, NLIUCCI DONNA JEAN
E, $10.00, L21 LAKE BONABLE ESTATE TYPE It SD, BDY 25-15-17
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): CLARK LON L
E, $10.00, L2-3(32) MCKENZIES ADD TO OLD CHIEFLAND
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): JOHNSON BETTY R, ROME BENNY L
E, $10.00, BDY 26-13-15, PARCEL #07833-000-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): ROSS SANDRA, ROSS SANDRA P
E, $10.00, BDYNW1/4 SE1/46-15-16, PARCEL #02773-005-00
Grantee(s): CENTRAL FLORIDA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC
Grantor(s): TAYLOR ANDREW L
WD, $160,000.09, L15(8C) THE MEADOWS OF BEAUTIFUL BRONSON
Grantee(s): PATEL DEEPAL, PATELARTI
Grantor(s): STEVE SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC
M, $128,000.00, L15(8C) THE MEADOWS OF BEAUTIFUL BRONSON
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): PATEL DEEPAL, PATELARTI
QCD, $32,733.63, L3(E) NORTH SOUTH ESTATES #2
Grantee(s): FEAGLE KEVIN D
Grantor(s): FEAGLE SHIRLEY
WD, $45,000.00, L1(2) EXCEL ACRES,W/MH
Grantee(s): FINLAYSON CYNTHIA, FINLAYSON ANDREW CREWES
Grantor(s): FREDERICK MAURICE
M, $40,500.00, LI(2) EXCELACRES,WIMH
Grantee(s): AMERICAS WHOLESALE LENDER, MBAS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): FINLAYSON CYNTHIA, FINLAYSON ANDREW
WD, $152,900.00, LI QUAIL RUN#II
Grantee(s): EDENBURGHOS SOLE, VAZQUEZANDRES
Grantor(s): HALL PHILLIP ANDREW, CASH DEBORAH J, HALL DEBORAH
J
M, $112,900.00, L1 QUAIL RUN#II
Grantee(s): OPPORTUNITY HOME LOANS, MBAS, MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC, COUNTRYWIDE MORTGAGE
VENTURES LLC, EDENBURGHOS SOLE
Grantor(s): VAZQUEZ ANDRES
WD, $8,400.00, BDY NW 1/4 17-15-13, PARCEL #16908-001-00
Grantee(s): ANDREWS DENNIS E
Grantor(s): NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA WOODLANDS, WOOD JODI D
WD, $8,400.00, L5-6 CEDAR KEY PLANTATION, ETC
Grantee(s): NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA WOODLANDS LLC
Grantor(s): ANDREWS DENNIS E
WD, $32,000.00, BDY 19-11-17, ETC, PARCEL #03161-046-00
Grantee(s): STEWART PAULETTE, STEWART ALBERT
Grantor(s): RAKITIN ALAN, PERRY H GREENSPAN INC
M, $25,000.00, BDY 19-11-17, ETC, PARCEL #03161-046-00
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): DEVAUGHIN STEWART PAULETTE A, STEWART ALBERT,
STEWART PAULETTE, STEWART PAULETTE-ADEVAJUGON : .'
TD, $13,000.00, CERTIFICATE #1529-01, L58(36) RAINBOW LAKES ES-
TATES SEC N
Grantee(s): LEGRAND LYNDOL A, LEGRAND RICHARD W
Grantor(s): CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP, MORALES BARBARA R
VDADE
TD, $9,000.00, CERTIFICATE #840-01, BDY SW1/4 NW1/425-14-17, PAR-
CEL #03743-079-00
Grantee(s): GREENSPAN DEANA, GREENSPAN PERRY H
Grantor(s): MCCAIN ZELDA, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP, BER-
GAN THELMA, BEGAN THELMA BESSIE, BERRY'JEANETTE A, MAN-
NING RUTH
TD, $3,600.00, CERTIFICATE #209-01, L22-31(1-6) JEMLANDS, BDY 29-
12-14
Grantee(s): GARZON GUILLERMO
Grantor(s): HOWARDS MOBILE HOMES, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J
SHIPP, HOWARDS MOBILE HOMES, HOWARDS MOBILE HOME
TD, $4,600.00, CERTIFICATE#3100-99,L21(2)B&RSD#5
Grantee(s): GREENSPAN DEANA, GREENSPAN PERRY H
Grantor(s): TAYLOR TINA, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
TD, $12,300.00, CERTIFICATE #2463-99, L7(63) REPLAT WILLISTON
HGH #5
Grantee(s): SULLIVAN NANCY), SULLIVAN MARK P
Grantor(s): CELESTIN RONALD, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
TD, $15,200.00, CERTIFICATE #2462-99, L6(63) REPLAT WILLISTON-
HGH#5
Grantee(s): TAYLOR SHERRY, SMITH TERRY
Grantor(s): CELESTIN RONALD, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
TD, $5,200.00, CERTIFICATE #1898-99, L34(A) MANATEE SPRINGS
TERRACE SD
Grantee(s): SULLIVAN NANCY), SULLIVAN MARK P
Grantor(s): MANNING MARY, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
TD, $17,000.00, CERTIFICATE#1198-99,L6(14) VILLAGE OF GREEN
THUMBS DEV INC #1
Grantee(s): CURCIO RICHARD
Grantor(s): CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP, SHERMAN ERRA E,
SHERMAN W BIDWELL
TD, $11,500.00, CERTIFICATE #147-99, BDY SE1/4 NE1/43-12-14, ETC,
PARCEL #00930-000-00
Grantee(s): QUASAR PROPERTIES INC
Grantor(s): CHIPLEY JOHN C, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP,
BLOUNT ZENNIE, CHIPLEY JOHN
TD, $14,000.00, CERTIFICATE #2063-01, L21-22(E) ROSEWOOD PARK
#1
Grantee(s): LEGRAND LYNDOLA, LEGRAND RICHARD
Grantor(s): CIANCIULLI FRED J, CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP
WD, $5,500.00, L5(24) OCALA HGH WEST
Grantee(s): GARDINER KIMBERLY D
Grantor(s): WHITE KERRY W
WD, $9,000.00, L6(24) OCALA HGH WEST
Grantee(s): GARDINER KIMBERLY D
Grantor(s): WHITE KERRY W
WD, $65,000.00, BDY 22-12-14, W/MH, PARCEL #01035-003-00
Grantee(s): MILLER SHIRLEY, MILLER CHARLES
Grantor(s): ORENCHAK LINDA C, ORENCHAK JERRY A.
WD, $35,000.00, BDY L1(H) U.S. 19 #1 ADD, W/MH
Grantee(s): LEE SHARIJ, WILLIAMS SHAWN K
Grantor(s): POLENZ DONNA M, POLENZ JEROME DECEASED
M, $50,000.00, BDY L1(H) U.S. 19 #1 ADD, W/MH
Grantee(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor(s): LEE SHARIJ, WILLIAMS SHAWN K
WD, $10.00, L9(C) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #1
Grantee(s): SHANAHAN NANCY
Grantor(s): STEVENS ALMA G, SHANAHAN NANCY, SHANAHAN GUY
M, $25,000.00, L19(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #6, W/MH


Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): EI-RMANN JOAN E
M, $70,000.00, BDY SE1/4 5W1/425-16-16, ETC
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): CLIFF JULIE RIESER, CLIFF AARON K
AAA, $15,000.00, OR 978/570
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): EDWARDS SHIRLEY A, EDWARDS JAMES 0 JR
QCD, $10.00, BDY L27 CEDAR KEY HGH, BDY 27, 28-14-13, ETC
Grantee(s): SLOAN JESSICA,SLOAN AARON
Grantor(s): TATARU TERESA, TATARU TERRY


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WD, $12,000.00, L432 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 10-12-17, ETC
Grantee(s): ORTIZ HORTENSIA, ORTIZ ABIMAEL
Grantor(s): BORRERO RAUL, BARRERO RAUL, BARRERO FLOR, BOR-
RERO FLOOR
WD, $5,000.00, BDYNE1/4 NW 1/4 16-12-17, PARCEL #03416-156-00
Grantee(s): DALMAR INVESTMENT INC
Grantor(s): CHARELO CONSUELO C
WD, $120,000.00, BDY'SE1/4 NE1/4 26-11-14, ETC, PARCEL #00729-
000-00
Grantee(s): ENGEL VIRGINIAN, ENGEL MICHAEL W
Grantor(s): ETHERIDGE FELECIA M, ETHERIDGE FRANZ, ETHERIDGE
STEPHEN, ETHERIDGE WILLIAM CLAYTON, PADGETT GLENDA, TROT-
TER KAREN
M, $172,000.00, BDY SE1/4 NE1/4 26-11-14, ETC, W/MH, LI(B) CEDAR
KEY MH VILLAGE, W/MH
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): ENGEL MICHAEL W, ENGEL VIRGINIAN
WD, $10.00, L6 MANOR RIDGE, ETC
Grantee(s): LANGSTON ROBERTA, LANGSTON WANDA C
Grantor(s): MCCORMICK MARY M, MCCORMICK DUNCAN E
WD, $10.00, L7 MANOR RIDGE, ETC
Grantee(s): LANGSTON WANDA C, LANGSTON ROBERTA
Grantor(s): MCCORMICK MARY M, MCCORMICK DUNCAN E
WD, $8,000.00, L15(12) OAKDALEHTS
Grantee(s): GOODNIGHT LAURIE K, GOODNIGHT JERALD L
Grantor(s): LANDBANK LLC
WD, $8,000.00, L18(12) OAKDALEHTS
Grantee(s): LIZZI PHILLIP
Grantor(s): LANDBANK LLC
WD, $8,000.00, L6(12) OAKDALE HTS
Grantee(s): LANDBANK LLC
Grantor(s): JAC PROPERTIES INC
WD, $54,000.00, L223-224, 255 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 15-12-17
Grantee(s): GUERRAANDRES
Grantor(s): DIAZ MARIA EMILIA, DIAZ MARIA EMILIA VALLE, DIAZ LUIS
ARMANDO VALLE
WD, $10.00, L223-224, 255 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 15-12-17, PAR-
CEL 03408-008-00
Grantee(s): GUERRAANDRES
Grantor(s): DIAZ RAMON FRANCISCO VALLE
WD, $10.00, L223-224, 255 UNIVERSITY ESTATES, BDY 15-12-17
Grantee(s): GUERRAANDRES
Grantor(s): DIAZ GLORIA MARGARITA VALLE
WD, $12,500.00, BDYNE1/4 NE1/419-11-17, PARCEL #03178-000-00
Grantee(s): SCANLON ANGELA M, SCANLON PAUL J JR
Grantor(s): RANDOLPH HOLLYW, BECKELHEIMER RICHARD A
M, $172,800.00, L4(D) WOODLAND ACRES ,
Grantee(s): FMF CAPITAL LLC, MERS, MORTGAGE ELECTRONICIREG-
ISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): PLANTE TERRY ANNE, PLANTE DAVE
AGREEADDNL ADVANCES $38,000.00, OR 1029/198
Grantee(s): DRUMMOND COMMUNITY BANK
Grantor(s): SILLS ROY T III
WD, $33,000.00, L9FOXRIDGE SD


Grantee(s): BERGER CARLA N, BERGER DARREL J
Grantor(s): MYRICK KIMBERLY A, MYRICK ROGER D
M, $20,000.00, L9FOXRIDGE SD
Grantee(s): MYRICK KIMBERLY A, MYRICK ROGER D
Grantor(s): BERGER CARLA N, BERGER DARREL J
M, $25,000.00, L5 SIENNACOVE
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS ROBERT L
M, $30,000.00, L41(A) MANATEE SPRINGS TERRACE SD
Grantee(s): CHASE BANK USA NA
Grantor(s): ORTIZ ARMANDO GIL PEREZ, VEGA SARA ORTIZ
WD, $82,000.00, L11A BIG BUCK RANCH, BDY 5-14-14, ETC
Grantee(s): TRUMAN ROSE A, TRUMAN RONALD J
Grantor(s): BIG BUCK RANCH INC
M, $68,287.87, L11A BIG BUCK RANCH, BDY 5-14-14, ETC
Grantee(s): BIG BUCK RANCH INC
Grantor(s): TRUMAN ROSE A, TRUMAN RONALD J
M, $248,000.00, LII, BDY L 10(3) SHERWOOD FOREST
Grantee(s): COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS INC, MERS, MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): VORISEK CHARLES F JR
WD, $100.00, L28 CASONS INGLIS ACRES #4
Grantee(s): LAWRENCE LARRY, LAWRENCE BARBARA
Grantor(s): SCHIMMER ANN
WD, $70,000.00, L5(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES, W/MH
Grantee(s): CREWS BARRY D
Grantor(s): NAGEL CAROL
M, $58,000.00, L5(B) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #10, W/MH
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): CREWS BARRY D
M, $30,000.00, L4-5(2) WILLISTON HGH #12
Grantee(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor(s): NEMETH PHIL, WILDE JOANNE C, WILDE JOANNE
WD, $11,000.00, L24(4)B & R SD #6
Grantee(s): VIZCAINO DINM
Grantor(s): LIVONI RICHARD
WD, $16,000.00, L19(136), L20(26) WILLISTON HGH G&CC ESTATES
Grantee(s): YIOVES CHARILAOS
Grantor(s): SIMPSON MAXINE, SIMPSONFRANK V
M, $81,000.00, L15-18(3)B &R SD #2
Grantee(s): FIDELITY MORTGAGE, MERS, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): SHERWOOD ESTHER C, SHERWOOD LLOYD L
M, $200,000.00, BDY 19, 20-13-15, ETC
Grantee(s): OLDHAM STEVE
Grantor(s): ECKLES FRANK T
WD, $114,500.00, L4 FOREST PARK #3 PHASE 1, W/MH .
Grantee(s): HENRY J SOLOMON TRUST, SOLOMON HENRY J TRUSTEE
Grantor(s): TYLER MARY M, TYLER TIMOTHY W
WD, $100,000.00, L4 KING RANCH OF FLORIDA RANCHETTES'2ND
ADD
Grantee(s): THUROW CHRISTOPHER C I, THUROW WENDY L
Grantor(s): THORNE TONYA
M, $75,000.00, L4 KING RANCH OF FLORIDA RANCHETTES 2ND ADD
Grantee(s): ALARION BANK
Grantor(s): THUROW CHRISTOPHER C I, THUROW WENDY L
M, $35,000.00, BDY SW1/4NW1/45-17-16, W/MH


Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): KONUCH THERESA E, KONUCH JOSEPH E
WD, $10.00, L4(23) BRONSON HTS #4 ADD, W/MH
Grantee(s): BUCK JAMES, PALHETE NAOMI, VALENTINE NAOMI
GrantOr(s): REINSTRA DAVID A, REINSTRA DONNA J, HOLDER DONNA

M, $28,000.00, L4(23) BRONSON HTS #4 ADD, W/MH
Grantee(s): AMERICAN GENERAL HOME EQUITY INC
Grantor(s): BUCK JAMES, PALHETE NAOMI, VALENTINE NAOMI
QCD, $10.00, BDY EI/2 NE1/4 12-13-14, ETC, PARCEL #01200-001-00
Grantee(s): MCGILL DARA W, MCGILL DENNIS R
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS THOMAS W JR
CD, $10.00, L21(68) OAK RIDGE ESTATES;W/MH
Grantee(s): JONES DAVID T
Grantor(s): PICOS ANTONIO
AD, $40,000.00, L2(C) CASONS INGLIS ACRES #10
Grantee(s): GULFSHORE MANUFACTURING INC
Grantor(s): YOUNG JOHN B, YOUNG PAMELA B, YOUNG ROSEMARY T,
YOUNG RUSSELL T
CT, $100.00, 38-06-CA-277, L7(20) WILLISTON HGH #14
Grantee(s): WRIGHT CAROLYN, WRIGHT RONALD K
Grantor(s): CLERK OF COURT DANNY J SHIPP, FALKENHAGEN
CAROL
WD, $300,000.00, L7-8 TOM KNOTTS UNRCD SURVEY, BDY 4, 5-17-16
& 32, 33-16-16
Grantee(s): SHERWOOD PARTNERS LLC
Grantor(s): WICKMAN CARL V
WD, $10.00, L6(32) UNIVERSITY OAKS,W/MH.
Grantee(s): JACOBY PATRICIA L, JACOBY TAMMY JEAN
Grantor(s): JACOBY PATRICIA L, JACOBY TAMMY JEAN
WD, $10.00, L37(10) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX
Grantee(s): HALEY VILINDAA, HALEY WAYNE
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS DUSTIN
M, $50,075.79, L37(10) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
Grantee(s): 21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Grantor(s): HALEY VILINDAA, HALEY WAYNE
WD, $350,000.00, BDYNE1/4 SW1/425-11-14, PARCEL #00694-000-00
Grantee(s): HUDSON FOOD STORES INC
Grantor(s): UNITED FUELS CORPORATION
WD, $215,000.00, BDY 2-17-16, ETC, PARCEL #03041-000-00, 03037-
000-00
Grantee(s): HOE AVENUE GROUP LLC
Grantor(s): KILLION JEFFREY
M, $64,500.00, L2 FLORIANHTS#2
Grantee(s): USAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, USAA FSB
Grantor(s): MIDDLETON WAYNE M, MIDDLETON BRIDGET R
M, $55,300.00, L9(4) WOODFIELDS
Grantee(s): USAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, USAA FSB
Grantor(s): JOHNSON KELLYE, JOHNSON JEREMY L
M, $130,719.24, BDY 31-12-19, PARCEL #04829-002-00
Grantee(s): WACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Grantor(s): BREEDING ROGER L, BREEDING BRENDA M
M, $15,700.00, L10 OAK HAMMOCK SD
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): MACK LISA NAN, MACK GARY A


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Land Transactions
AAA, $28,500.00, OR 857/981
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): NASH JERRY W
WD, $10.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 34-11-14, ETC, W/MH, PARCEL #00764-
034-00
Grantee(s): RANKIN JEANETTE, RANKIN WENDY L
Grantor(s): RANKIN WENDY L.
M, $61,750.00, BDY SW1/4 NE1/4 34-11-14, ETC, W/MH
Grantee(s): COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS INC, MERS, MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): RANKIN WENDY, RANKIN JEANETTE
WD, $51,500.00, L1-2(38) MAP OF OLD CHIEFLAND SD, W/MH
Grantee(s): WALDROP RAYMOND
Grantor(s): SECRETARY OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
WD, $120,000.00, L3(4) PINERIDGE ESTATES
Grantee(s): DODD DEBBIE K, DODD BRYAN P, DODD SAFFRON B, DODD
JAMES P
Grantor(s): RICH STEPHANIE LYN
M, $118,146.00, L3(4) PINERIDGE ESTATES
Grantee(s): BANK OF AMERICA NA
Grantor(s): DODD BRYAN P, DODD DEBBIE K, DODD JAMES P, DODD
SAFFRON B
WD, $40,000.00, L5A BRONSON RANCHETTES, BDY 8-12-17, PARCEL
#03376-005-00
Grantee(s): ALI SHIRAAZ NEIL
Grantor(s): PEREZ JORGE LUIS
WD, $34,601.00, L53 WILLISTON GARDENS, BDY 22-13-18, W/MH
Grantee(s): LAMANTJA JAMES F, MORIN JOSEPH R; MORIN MARGARET
Grantor(s): MORIN MARGARET, MORIN JOSEPH R
WD, $10.00, BDY L5(E) WOODLAND ACRES SD, ETC
Grantee(s): WELDON DOREEN, DUCIC BARBARA
Grantor(s): DUCIC BARBARA
WD, $19,500.00, L7(3) BLACK JACK RIDGE ESTATES
Grantee(s): CANE KARRY ANN
Grantor(s): M & S PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT INC
WD, $159,500.00, L1, 3(C) WILLISTON HGH #3
Grantee(s): KOOMA SHAHARAZAD
Grantor(s): PILIERO THOMAS
WD, $127,200.00, L1, 3(C) WILLISTON HGH #3
Grantee(s): GHAMADI JANIFER
Grantor(s): KOOMA SHAHARAZAD


M, $127,200.00, L1, 3(C) WILLISTON HGH#3
Grantee(s): COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS INC, MERS, MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): IKOOMA SHAHARAZAD
WD, $500,000.00, BDY SW1/4 NW1/4 2-13-17, ETC, PARCEL #03604-
004-00
Grantee(s): THOMAS RYAN
Grantor(s): DEAN CANDAISIE V, DEAN GRADY E
M, $400,000.00, BDY SW1/4 NW1/4 2-13-17
Grantee(s): DEAN CANDAISIE V, DEAN GRADY E
Grantor(s): THOMAS RYAN
WD, $57,000.00, L8-9(D) D.D. ALLENS FIRST SD TO THE TOWN OF
INGLIS
Grantee(s): TURNER CYNTHIA, TURNER TERRY
Grantor(s): ADKINS KENNETH R
M, $106,766.00, L8-9(D) D.D. ALLENS FIRST SD TO THE TOWN OF
INGLIS, ETC
Grantee(s): BANK OF OKLAHOMA NA
Grantor(s): TURNER CYNTHIA, TURNER TERRY
WD, $75,000.00, L5(46) WILLISTON HGH #14, W/MH
Grantee(s): HOADWONIC JODI
Grantor(s): M & S PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT INC
WD, $22,000.00, L26(B)SUWANNEE RIVER SPRINGS SD #1 OF MANA-
TEE SPRINGS AREA,W/MH
Grantee(s): WESTERFIELD REBECCAA, WESTERFIELD KENNETH W
Grantor(s): ZICKEFOOSE BRADLEY A
QCD, $10.00, UNDVD 1/2 INTEREST, L2-4(5) WILLISTON HGH #11, L32-
33 ROLLING ACRES STAMPTER, BDY 27-12-17, L161.
Grantee(s): DENNIS A LOMANDO FAMILY TRUS, LOMANDO MARGARET
I TRUSTEE
Grantor(s): DENNIS A LOMANDO LIVING TRUST, LOMANDO MARGARET
I TRUSTEE
D,.$6,000.00, BDY SW1/2 NW1/2 25-14-17, ETC
Grantee(s): COLLINS JEFFREY
Grantor(s): BARBUTTI MARIE G ESTATE, BARBUTTI RONALD V
QCD, $10.00, BDY GOVERNMENT L4, PARCEL #00195-000-00
Grantee(s): SANDRA ROE SMITH TRUST, SMITH SANDRA ROE TRUST-
EE
Grantor(s): SMITH SANDRA ROE
M, $60,000.00, BDY S1/2 NW U4 3-13-18, PARCEL #04370-004-00, ETC
Grantee(s): REGIONS BANK
Grantor(s): DELGADO DIANA, ACOSTA DAVID
QCD, $10.00, L4-6 ALLEN WADE SD


.Grantee(s): RUTLEDGE JOHN WADE
Grantor(s): RUTLEDGE SYLVIA, RUTLEDGE JOHNA
QCD, $10.00, BDY SW 1/4 SE1/4 34-10-15, IV/ME, ETC
Grantee(s): PURDY SUSAN, LANDIS RITAA
Grantor(s): LANDIS RITAA
QCD, $10.00, BDY SW 1/4 SE1/4 34-10-15, ETC, PARCEL #01433-003-
00
Grantee(s): PURDY SUSAN, LANDIS RITAA
Grantor(s): PURDY SUSAN
M, $75,000.00, BDY 33-13-14, IV/ME
Grantee(s): CAPITAL CITY BANK
Grantor(s): WILLIAMS SHERMAN, WILLIAMS YOLANDA
WD, $550,000.00, (10-11), BDY (12) NORTH CH[EFLAND, PARCEL
#07335-000-00 (PART)
Grantee(s): HALEY MEDICAL PROPERTIES LLC
Grantor(s): WALTER BAYNARD & COMPANY, W L B INC
M, $21,000.00, L4(17) UNIVERSITY OAKS,W/MH
Grantee(s): PERKINS STATE BANK
Grantor(s): IV IE LORRA LYNN, IV IE GEORGE LIII
CD, $10.00, L73 WATERWAY ESTATES #3,ETC
Grantee(s): PALLE SUSAN, RIKE JAMES D SR
Grantor(s): RIKE MAVIS, RIKE WALTER H
WD, $10.00, BDY SEI/4 NE1/46-11-15, PARCEL #01501-004-00
Grantee(s): JONES DONNA
Grantor(s): ARRINGTON DANIEL MASON
M; $96,000.00, L37 FOREST PARK III PHASES
Grantee(s): CITIBANK FSB
Grantor(s): SANDLIN DEBRA, SANDLIN RICHARD F
QCD, $10.00, L57-58(3) FANNIN SPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
Grantee(s): DAILEY LAUREN J, DAILEY ROBERT L
Grantor(s): HARDEN HELEN C, HARDEN ALONZO JAY JR
AD, $32,000.00, L58(3) FANNINSPRINGS ANNEX, W/MH
Grantee(s): DREAM BUILDERS USA INC
Grantor(s): DAILEY LAUREN J, DAILEY ROBERT L
WD, $84,500.00, L15(23) UNIVERSITY OAKS SD, W/MH
Grantee(s): WAGNER AMANDA, WAGNER KEVIN
Grantor(s): HUMPHRIES MARY B
M, $67,600.00, L15(23) UNIVERSITY OAKS SD, W/MH
Grantee(s): MARKET STREET MORTGAGE CORPORATION, MERS,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC
Grantor(s): WAGNER AMANDA, WAGNER KEVIN


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floorplan & largely 2X30 multiplepurposeroom.Large absolutely gorgeous 11 acres with scattered ak bar & includes all appliances. Fully furnished. A
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group, almost half (43 percent)
said they pay no monthly fees 1
at all.
SHowever, many of us are
spending more than $10 a month
and even higher for banking
services, with some fees virtu-
ally hidden until they show up
on your monthly statement.
So, what can consumers do
to ensure they are saving as
much as possible on their bank-
ing fees? The ABA is offering
the following advice:
ATM Machines -- Avoid
foreign banking fees by using
your own bank's ATM.
Electronic Accounts --
Many banks offer free accounts
if you do everything electroni-
cally.
Minimum Balance -- Keep.
at least the minimum balance in
your account.
Don't Overdraw -- Keep
track of account balances to
avoid bounced check fees.
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checking accounts are free when
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MOBILE HOMES:


GOSS WILLIAMS
REAL ESTATE, INC.


Silver Oaks i-B1line on Landscaped cul de
sac lot, co ~ached garage. $134,900
Illness Forc Sale- ndng 2 DWMH on 1 plus acre,
like new. $LW"
Whitted Mobile Home Estates 3/2 DWMH on 2 lots,
screened porch, detached carport & more. $69,000
New Listing Park-like 5 acres with 2/2 SWMH. Double
carport & screen porch additions. Immaculate inside
and out. A must see. $110,000.
Waterfront- 2/1 SWMH with porch additions located on
canal lot in Fanning Springs: Canal is access to
Suwannee River. $149,900.
LOTS & ACREAGE:
7.45 Acres on U.S. Alt. 27. $130,000
8.9 Acres -just off U.S. Alt. 27. $120,000
5 Wooded Acres Gilchrist County, some pecan trees.
$5-000 Reduced to $76,500!
100 Acres Williston area, pines, oaks, holly & more,
small ponds. $19W00 per acre. Reduced to $15,000 per
acre. Motivated seller.
Corer Parcel 80 Ac at corer of 2 paved roads, planted
pines. $15,000 per acre
80 Acres -1/4 mile paved road frontage, large oaks.
$$--2600 per acre. Reduced! $11,000 per acre.
20 Acres -just 5 miles from town, paved road.
$15,000 per acre
160 Acres Adjacent to Goethe Forest over 100 Ac plant-
ed pines paved road access. $10,000 per Acre
City of Trenton Small residential building lot in town -
chain link fenced, nice lawn. $39,900
Bronson Heights 1/4 Acre lot on NE 94th Terr., ready
for MH or SHIP home. $17,500
Whitted Mobile Home Estates -2 lots ready for your mo-
bile home. One w/ shed: $15,500. 2nd one: $15,000.
10-Acre Tracts 4 to choose from. Great location close to
Golf Course. Priced $125,000 to $139,000.
HOMES:
Park Avenue 'Edin on corner parcel. Great
for SHIP. $89, E
Waterfront- 1.5 Acres w/ 390' on canal 3/2 home par-
tially furnished. Immaculate. $285,000.
Details and photos at www.gosswilliams com
102 S. Main Street, Chiefland, FL 32626
Office: 352-49.3-2838 Evenings: 352-493-1380









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LEVY COUNTY JOURNAL


AROUND LEVY COUNTY


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


Assessment hearing turns into pandemonium
BY CAROLYN RISNER dents took the opportunity to for several minutes, Yearty subdivision bandied together tenancy on those roads which to what it was two weeks ago
MANAGING EDITOR CTitlCiZe the EMS and its re- asked him to allow someone saying no one said anything would better prepare them for at 1,200. The reduction, plus
It's a fine line between sponge time, blaming much else the opportunity and said nor had profanity been used. paying one day. a vacancy affidavit, will save
the EMS and county roads. of its shortcomings on poor he could speak again when Dozens of voices blended to- As it is now, the roads are those business owners mon-
Or is it? At Tuesday night's roads. the subject was roads. gather as several tried to out not county roads and are not ey.
public hearing on special as- The EMS assessment of As the man made way to shout others. on the regular maintenance Other business owners
sses ments several county $75 did not increase this ear the back of the room an ob- "There's a lot of frustration list. weren't as happy.


residents used the two inter-
changeably and at one point
caused chaos in the court-
room.
Commissioner Sammy
Yearty, acting as chairman in
the absence of Nancy Bell,
explained the hearing would
be in three phrases: EMS,
roads and fire.
But from the get go, resi-


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and yet for more than 45
minutes people took umbrage
with the service, especially
several living in the Ocala
Highlands West Subdivison.
Accusations and allegations
about the EMS service, cou-
pled with the dusty limer-
ock roads, spewed from the
mouth of one man.
After allowing him to speak


scenity was called out, fol-
lowed by another.
At that point several people
began talking at once with
Yearty trying to restore order,
calling out that profanities
would not be tolerated.
A deputy was sent to the
back of the room to find the
person responsible for the ob-
scenity but residents from the


Getting Closer


Journal photo by Cassle Journigan
SAY WE NEED a hospital? Many people want it for convenient access to
emergency health care, but some are looking forward to new employment
possibilities. Frank Schupp, of Health Development and Associates, the
company working to bring the Ameris Health Systems project to Chiefland,
said, "The sign was only put up this morning and I've already had three
phone calls for job interviews." Schupp and realtor Jim King stand to the
left of the sign, and property owners Tommy and Lois Livingston are to the
right. The 20-acre parcel is located behind the Wal-Mart Super-Center.


in the room," someone said.
"Shut up and let me tell
you something," Yearty said.
"Promise me you'll behave.
Somebody's going to be in
trouble if we don't behave."
At one point he threatened to
cancel the hearing.
County Coordinator Fred
Moody was asked to call 911
for backup. Finally order was
restored with Yearty giving
the folks another chance to
stay in the courtroom as long
as they were respectful and
courteous.
At last the vote was taken
to keep EMS assessments at
$75.
When the hearing for roads
came up, emotions once
again ran high as one person
after the other talked about
dust from the limerock roads
and the health repercussions
it had.
Special assessments for
Suncoast Estates ($113.22)
and Ocala Highlands West
($33.64) were proposed but
after a long session of public
comment, the commissioners
voted to not pass a resolution
for the collection of those two
assessments.
The decision came after
several residents in both de-
velopments said they didn't
need any more limerock
which would in turn cause
more dust;
The commissioners tried to
explain that this assessment
would ensure regular main-


Residents would have none
of it. Several said they had as-
sumed responsibility for the
care of the roads themselves
while others wanted asphalt
or nothing.
Many talked about emphy-
sema, asthma and other lung
conditions that are exacerbat-
ed by the dusty roads.
Concern for the elderly
and the very young was men-
tioned again and again.
Commissioner Lilly Rooks
asked if the citizens were
willing to pay for the roads to
be paved--to the tune of about
$2,658 per property owner.
Others complained about
idle road crews, inadequate
work and improper mainte-
nance.
Bruce Greenlee, Road Ad-
ministrative Superintendent,
stood at the ending of the
hearing segnient.
Greenlee said much ofwhat
he heard Tuesday night was
heard for the first time. Most
of the problems and concerns
had not been brought before
him, he said.
"When I get a call at the
road department," :Greenlee
said, "I respond. I'm standing
up in defense of me because
I know I've done what I sup-
posed to do."
Lastly, the hearing on fire
assessments was held and RV
park owners were smiling af-
ter the formula was redone to
allot the average square foot
per unit to 191 feet, compared


The owner of BK Cypress
in Bronson said her taxes
would be some $6,000 a year.
That coupled with tangible
taxes and real estate taxes
would mean almost $25,000
annually paid to Levy Coun-
ty.
She chastised the commis-
sioners for their 1.1 mill de-
crease Monday night, calling
it miniscule.
As a business owner, she
said she understood budgets
and also knew you cannot say
yes to all your employees.
She told the commissioners
the increase was too much ai
once.
"This tax is like a dagger,"
she said.
Commissioner Tony Park-
er said the commission was
trying to be business friendly
and .the millage reduction
would help offset the assess-
ments.
"1.1 mills is unaccept-
able," she said. "I don't know
it saved me any money," she
continued, adding she was
simply paying in another cat-
egory.
Owners of deer camps,
pole barns and empty build-
ings also called.the fire as-
sessments unfair and asked
the commissioners to evalu-
ate their situations.
The residential fire assess-
ment was set at $37 per struc-
ture. A complete list of as-
sessments will be published
next week.


.VONlayor Continued from front


Heard public comment
relating to placing .of
anonymous letters of
complaint against city
employees in employee files.
Resident Tony Crews stated
he thought employees should
have the right to know who
made the complaints, and that
letters should not be placed in
employee files without having
been investigated. He was
advised by city attorney Norm
Fugate that state law requires
that all correspondence
received by a municipality be
kept as public records.
Heard about Law
Enforcement Day activities
(Sept. 21 at Tommy Usher
Center) in a letter from
Barbara Lunsford.
Heard resident Stoney
Smith's request to allow
him to continue his normal
business once the involuntary
annexation takes effect.
Smith's business includes


sales of liquor,
which is
prohibited on
Sundayswithin
city limits. The
commission
entertained
MAYOR a motion to
BETTIYWALKER allow existing
businesses to
continue with Sunday liquor
sales. This item will need
passage of an ordinance
after coming back for two
readings.
SHeard discussion by
Pomeroy and Walker to fix
a sinkhole behind Chiefland
Farm Supply. Pomeroy
motioned that the road 'be
fixed and that updates be
added as a regular agenda
items so the commission
could remain informed of
progress. His motion was
seconded by Walker and met
unanimous approval.


Pomeroy also brought up
the hold-ups to development
progress being made within
city limits. He said certain
improvements already made
by developers benefit the city,
and that these projects present
"the city with a chance to get
something done." He moved
that a joint meeting be called
between commissioners
and the city planning
board to discuss upcoming
developments. After Hudson
seconded his motion, it
received unanimous passage.
Heard a request by a
resident to reduce sewer
fees on a bill after water
accidentally was left running
while the residents were
out of town. Resident Tony
Crews pointed out that if this
request were granted, more
Residents could come forward
and ask for sewer reductions
since water used outside, for


example, to wash cars and
to water lawns, also was not
burdening the sewer system.
He also stated that since the
water customers had admitted
to leaving the water on, they
should bear the responsibility.
Commissioners granted the
reduction request.
Mayor Walker mentioned
a $650,000 grant that the
city, has that is currently at a
stopping point. "I'm anxious
to get some things done, get
the city cleaned up; get the
annexation moving again."
Discussed the process
to hire a new city manager.
Commissioners agreed to use
the process currently in place,
but to shorten the timeframe
for listing the advertisement
from two months to six weeks,
and to add a job listing on the
city's website.
Unanimously accepted
a proclamation setting aside


the week of Oct. 15 as White
Cane Week. This supports
efforts for the blind by Lions
Clubmembers.


Gave unanimous approval
to Library Director Bonnie
Tollefson's renewal of the
interlocal library agreement.


Journal photo by Cassie Journigan
JUDGE SMITH swears in newly reflected Chiefland
commissioners Teresa Barron and Teal Pomeroy.


lrax
was the first citizen to take the floor. He told the commission-
ers that regular people cannot afford the new valuations and
the increased taxes. He said appealing assessments was "an
exercise in futility."
He encouraged the commissioners to reduce the millage
by 3 mills and countered Parker's claim by saying property
values will not decrease over the years, but they could flatten
out.
Bibby also warned that Nancy Bell barely got re-elected
and soon there would be three other commissioners seeking
office.
Yearty was not happy and told Bibby, "We're not here to be
threatened by a vote."
"I thought I had a right to speak," Bibby said.
Yearty confirmed he did and allowed Bibby to continue
with his urging to get an economic development plan in place
to expand the tax base and take some of the burden off indi-
viduals.
Yearty reminded him there is a council in place but Bibby
said it wasn't doing anything-there were no new businesses,
no new jobs and no one is living better.
"None of us has gotten a 43 percent increase lately," Bibby
said.
Others including Shellie Downs, Howard Walker, Marty
Williams, Harry Hopwood and Jack Donnell followed Bibby,
each asking for relief.
Jennie Pinto, a Cedar Key resident, pleaded for equity in
appraisals and urged the commissioner to direct the property
appraiser to treat everyone the same.
Pinto alleged that Cedar Key property values are not in line
with other areas.
She said when she asked.Francis Akins, the property ap-
praiser, for a form to appeal the value to the Value Adjustment


Board, she was told he could not give her one without first
consulting with the county commissioners.
County Coordinator Fred Moddy said Commissioner Lilly
Rooks had asked that those forms be available Monday night
for disgruntled property owners, but Akins did not think it
was a good idea.
Moody also noted that Akins has not shown himself at a tax-
payer meeting in Cedar Key nor the meeting Monday night.
The commissioners again stressed to the group they cannot
control constitutional officers and/told the residents how to
appeal their valuations. i
Jerry Lawrence ofCedar'Key again asked the commission-
ers to lower the mileage more. If the millage were reduced
more, it \would still mean a 26 percent increase over last year
he said. "Why not be satisfied with 10 percent?" Lawrence
asked.
Parker told Law\rence and the others the county has had a
series of workshops:for weeks and the tentative budget has
been available as well.
"It's easy for you 'to say cut it 3 mills," he said, "and get
a hand clap. but I have to ensure we can provide services. I.
don't know how to gi\ e you the money back and still provide
services," Parker finished.
On a motion by Parker and a second by Danny Stevens,
who did not speak during the hearing, the commissioners
unanimously agreed to set the tentative millage at 7.9 mills.
Cries of "Lower" filled the room, as well as catcalls aimed
at the commissioners;
"Why did you vote?" A voice called out.
"This was a waste of our time," said another.
"You had your minds made up before we came here," still
another called as more than 75 percent of the group walked
out.


Continuedfromfront
Yearty called for order and threatened removal by a deputy
if order wasn't restored.
Following a recess where Rees reconfigured the new mill-
age rate and when the meeting reconvened, the commission-
ers unanimously approved a tentative budget of $77,891,819,
which includes all monies channeled through the county
(grants, fees, forfeitures etc), not just ad valorem taxes.
The commissioners will meet again Sept. 25 to adopt a final
budget and millage rate.
Copies of the budget, at more than 100 pages, are available
for public inspection.
Last year's budget was $57.2 million, Which means the
county budgeted almost $20 million more this year.



You can appeal your

property value

The Levy County Board of County Commissioners
made it clear Monday that property owners do not have
to take their assessments sitting down.
Property owners can file-an appeal and have their pleas
heard by the Value Adjustment Board.
The process is simple:
1) Pick up and, complete the form at the property
appraiser's office.
2) Pay $15 at the county clerk's office to file the
appeal.
3) Meet the Monday. Sept. 18, 2006 deadline.
4) Call 486-5222 for more information.


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