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Vote could bring 150 jobs to county


By Cecilia Spears
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - The Washington
County Board of County Commis-
sioners, at a special meeting June
29, approved of selling 10 acres for
$7,500 per acre to The Concrete
Company to be able to continue
with Project Pipe.
Cliff Knauer, the county engi-
neer, assured commissioners that
the county was not using the prop-


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erty, nor would it be used in the
future.
After long discussion, the coun-
ty approved of The Concrete Com-
pany's proposal with the stipula-
tion that the county attorney, Jeff
Goodman, could negotiate some of


the contract's wording.
"There's only a few tweaks that
need to be made before I can be
comfortable with the contract,"
Goodman said. "It's just some legal
verbiage that I want to go over."
Project Pipe is a project six
years in the making to build a rail
spur to the pipe plant in the Wash-
ington County Industrial Park.
The project is expected to create
an estimated 150 new jobs for the
county.
The total capital investment,


including the road and rail spur,
is more than $15 million, with the
road being funded by a $750,000
Community Development Block
Grant written by Washington
County grant writer Stacy Web
and obtained through Enterprise
Florida.
"It's going to create jobs for
our county," Washington County
Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett said. "And
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Correctional

officer dies


during shift
By Cecilia Spears
Staff Reporter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - Correctional Offi-
cer Kevin Cook died of unknown
causes Tuesday, June 28, while
working at the Washington Coun-
ty Jail.
"The Washington County Sher-
iff's Office is saddened to report
the passing of our beloved mem-
ber of the sheriff's office fam-
ily," Sheriff Bobby Haddock said.
"Correctional Officer Kevin P
Cook passed away at work late in
the evening on Tuesday, June 28,
from an unknown medical condi-
tion causing him to go into cardiac
arrest."
According to a sheriff's office
report, a co-worker called emer-
gency services at 11:50 p.m., and
Washington County EMS was on
the scene within minutes.
Cook was transported to North-
west Florida Community Hospital,
where he died. He was 35.
"The sheriff's office family
mourns the loss of Kevin, and our
prayers are with his family, includ-
ing (his) brother, investigator Ja-
son Cook, who is also a member of
the Washington County Sheriff's
Office family," Haddock said. "Kev-
in has worked as a correctional
officer at the Washington County
Jail for the past two years."
Funeral services are pending.


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Chipley Kiwanis briefed on Warrior Beach Retreat


Special to the News
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley lunch meeting
on Tuesday, June
28, was focused on
commemoration of the
upcoming Fourth of July
holiday, with a program
organized by Spiritual
Aims Committee members
Frank Cumbaa, Bruce
Christmas and Gerald
Holey, and chair Price
Wilson.
The program was
presented by Linda Cope,
representing the Warrior
Beach Retreat program


she has organized in Bay
County in response to the
needs of wounded military
service members. Cope's
program related part of
the experiences of her son,
Sgt. Joshua Cope, who
was seriously wounded by
an improvised explosive
device in Baghdad that
resulted in the loss of
both legs and damage to
other areas of his body.
Sgt. Cope is still in the
recovery process some
412 years after injury
but is making steady
progress toward resuming
a more normal lifestyle


with his wife, Erica, and
their two children. From
experiencing the effect of
family support on her son's
recovery, and the effect of
the recovery process on
family caregivers, Linda
Cope saw a need to bring
wounded warriors and
their spouses together
for a special weekend
that breaks the extended
periods of medical
treatment.
Warrior Beach Retreat
seeks to help caregivers
share their experiences
with other caregivers
and wounded veterans.


ORDINANCE NO. 11-1

An ordinance of the Town of Ebro, Florida, repealing Ordinance
2006-10; stating findings and intent of the city council; providing
for definitions; creating residential prohibitions for sexual
predators and sexual offenders; prohibiting property owners
from renting to certain sexual predators and sexual offenders;
providing for exceptions; providing for penalties; providing for an
effective date

The Town of Ebro Town Council will have the second reading on
July 14, 2011, read by title and intent.

The Meeting will be held at the Ebro Town Hall, 6629 Dog Track
Road, Ebro, Florida, at 6:00 p.m. Those interested may review
a copy of the ordinance at the Ebro Town Hall, 6629 Dog Track
Road, Ebro, Florida. Interested parties are invited to be heard.

If you have any questions, please contact Mayor Sherri Taylor at
(850) 535-2842.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act,
any person requiring special accommodations to participate in
these meetings is asked to advise the Town of Ebro at 850-535-
2842 least 48 hours before the meeting. "If any person decides to
appeal any decision made by the town council with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, he or she
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made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based." FS 286.0105



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
REGARDING PROPOSED LAND USE
CHANGE AND PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENT
TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Washington County will consider changing the use of land within the area shown on
the map below and is considering a text amendment to the Comprehensive Plan.
In accordance with the Comprehensive Plan review provisions of Chapter 163, Flor-
ida Statutes, a review Transmittal Public Hearing will be held before the Planning
Commission / Local Planning Agency (LPA) on July 12, 2011 (6 PM) with a follow
up Transmittal Public Hearing held before the Board of County Commissioners on
August 25th at 9 AM or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard. Be advised
that these hearings may be continued at the pleasure of the LPA or Board of County
Commissioners. These Public Hearings will be in the Commission Meeting Room at
1331 South Blvd. Chipley, Florida 32428. This meeting room is accessible in accor-
dance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Attendees requiring special access
must contact the Board of County Commissioners to request special access provi-
sions. Interested members of the public are encouraged to attend these meetings.
These hearings will be to consider the Transmittal of the application to amend the
Washington County Comprehensive Plan - official Future Land Use Map to establish
the Mixed Use - Rhythm Urban Village and to amend the Text of the Future Land Use
Element by creating Policy 3.15 to establish the Mixed Use - Rhythm Urban Village.
Additional Text Amendments include changing Policy 5.1 (c) addressing buffering
to adjacent properties and to amend Objective 18 addressing Springs Protection
Policies.
Information concerning the proposed Future Land Use Map changes and text
amendments are available for public review at the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners offices at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley Florida, 32428. Or
on-line at www.washinatonfl.com and click on planning.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will be kept. It shall be the responsibility
of any person deciding to appeal any decision made by Washington County with
respect to any matter considered at these hearings to insure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PARCELS
All of Section 9, Township 2 North, Range 12 West and
All of Section 16, Township 2 North, Range 12 West and
All of Section 17, Township 2 North, Range 12 West,
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The program starts on a
Wednesday with arrival
in Panama City and lasts
through Sunday, with a
variety of fun activities. To
assist the spouses, some
activities are planned just
for them, such as a day spa
trip, while the warriors are
off on activities such as
fishing, diving, golf and just
being with other wounded
veterans. So far, the
events have drawn from
across the U.S., and Linda
Cope travels to present
the program at military
hospitals and to various
veterans groups. Two
events are held each year
in April and September,
and so far, about 300
wounded veterans and
spouses have participated
in the retreats and special
cruises.
The program is unique
to Panama City and
Panama City Beach and is
funded through donations
of money, goods and
services from individuals
and businesses. It costs
about $200,000 to put
on the five-day retreat.
To make a donation or
learn more about the
program, go to www.
warriorbeachretreat.
com or call Linda Cope
directly at 850-625-0736.
Cope acknowledged the
efforts of the Wounded
Warrior program, already
a national program, and
emphasized that Warrior
Beach Retreat Inc. has


LINDA COPE
already established a
national impact and is a
charitable organization
under Section 501(c) (3)
of the IRS Code, so
donations of money,
goods and services are
tax-deductible.
Linda Cope is also
part of an effort to have
Congress change the laws
for wounded veterans
care to permit hyperbaric
oxygen chamber treatment
of brain injuries to be
covered at no cost to
the veteran. Recent test
cases have revealed that
use of the hyperbaric
chamber treatment has
a dramatic impact on
brain function recovery,
including personality and
behavior issues. Sgt. Cope
was recently diagnosed
as having also suffered a


traumatic brain injury as
part of his original injuries,
and the hyperbaric
chamber has significantly
helped with his total
recovery. To change the
laws, Linda Cope and
other organizations are
working to obtain 7,000,000
signatures on petitions to
cause Congress to act. You
can also add your signature
to the petition campaign
through the website or by
contacting Linda Cope.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been providing
support to youth-oriented
events and programs for
70 years, and last year
supported 31 organizations
throughout the county.
The next fundraising
project will be the Kiwanis
Dinner Theatre, to be
held Thursday evening,
Sept. 15, at the Ag Center
in Chipley. This year, the
event will feature local
performers in a talent
show format. Tickets
are $25 per person or
$45 per couple from any
Kiwanis member. The
club meets Tuesdays at
Patillo's restaurant in the
middle of the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center
campus at noon. For an
invitation, contact any
Kiwanian or David Solger,
membership chairperson,
at 850-638-1276.
For more information
about the Kiwanis Club
of Chipley, visit www.
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Defaulting on debt makes everything harder


By Ali Helgoth
Florida Freedom Newspapers
When individuals default
on loans, their credit scores
drop, interest payments
increase and it makes it
harder to get financing in
the future.
If the United States de-
faults on its financial obli-
gations, the consequences
are similar, but on a much
bigger scale. And the effects
are expected to extend to in-
dividuals and businesses.
Lawmakers are now
grappling with whether to
raise the nation's debt limit
to avoid the economic con-
sequences expected if the
country can't meet its finan-
cial obligations. Treasury
Secretary Timothy Geithner
has said Congress has un-
til August to raise the debt
ceiling, or the country could
enter technical default on its
obligations.
"Failing to raise the debt
limit would require the fed-
eral government to delay
or renege on payments for
obligations already entered
into," Federal Reserve
Chairman Ben Bernanke
said in a speech on fiscal
sustainability Tuesday. "In
particular, even a short
suspension of payments on
principal or interest on the
Treasury's debt obligations
could cause severe disrup-
tions in financial markets
and the payments system,
induce ratings downgrades
of U.S. government debt,
create fundamental doubts
about the creditworthiness
of the United States and


damage the special role of
the dollar and Treasury se-
curities in global markets in
the longer term."
It's an important issue
to consider, members of the
Panhandle's Congressional
delegation and the state's
senators said, but most
aren't willing to vote in favor
of a debt ceiling increase
unless it is accompanied by
major fiscal reforms.
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.,
has said it's the "responsible
course" for Congress to vote
to raise the debt ceiling.
"Not to do so could cause
widespread economic tur-
moil. So he's going to vote
the responsible way," ac-
cording to an email from
Nelson's office.
Still, Nelson said he rec-
ognizes the need for eco-
nomic reforms, including
simplifying the tax code,
closing tax loopholes for oil
and gas companies, elimi-
nating government duplica-
tion and reducing waste and
fraud plaguing programs
like Medicare. He said he
also would like to the give
the president a line-item
veto, which has been struck
down as unconstitutional in
the past.
"Nelson still feels Con-
gress for years has taken
a piecemeal approach to
solving the country's bud-
get woes. To really get our
nation's debt under control,
we need to look at more than
blindly slashing programs,"
according to information
from his office.
It's a course of action
Bernanke advocated in


his speech.
"Recently, negotiations
over our long-run fiscal poli-
cies have become tied to the
issue of raising the statutory
limit for federal debt. I fully
understand the desire to use
the debt limit deadline to
force some necessary and
difficult fiscal policy adjust-
ments, but the debt limit is
the wrong tool for the impor-
tant job. Failing to raise the
debt ceiling in a timely way
would be self-defeating if the
objective is to chart a course
toward a better fiscal situa-
tion for our nation," he said.
He suggested the presi-
dent and congressional
leaders agree on a timetable
for reaching decisions about
shorter-term and longer-
term changes to the budget.

Negotiating
A bipartisan group is ne-
gotiating a plan that would
call for an increase in the
debt ceiling accompanied by
fiscal reforms. Vice Presi-
dent Joe Biden said he is op-
timistic a deal will be made.
But until details are an-
nounced, it's not clear if con-
cessions will go far enough
to secure the support of the
area's Republican represen-
tatives, who said they see fis-
cal reforms as a necessary
step. Some suggested rais-
ing the debt ceiling without
implementing other reforms
at the same time could have
more serious consequences.
"It's irresponsible to
continue to borrow $1.6 tril-
lion a year with no plan to
end it anytime soon," said


Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. "I
marvel at how people in this
town run around with their
hair on fire because of the
potential for a technical de-
fault because we don't raise
the debt limit, but they don't
seem that overly concerned
about a real default, where
we're not paying our debt
obligations because we don't
have the money."
He said projections indi-
cate a debt crisis is coming
if no action is taken, and he
thinks it's now time to deal
with it.
"In essence, you can't
solve this debt problem that
America faces with one so-
lution," Rubio said. "You've
got to have a series of re-
forms that have to happen.
What I'm saying and what I
think others are beginning
to say, including many in the
(Democratic) Party, is now
as part of the debt limit de-
bate, let's not just talk about
the debt limit, let's talk about
how we're going to put this
country on a fiscal path that
is sustainable."
In a March 30 op-ed he
wrote for the Wall Street
Journal, Rubio said he
would not vote in favor of a
debt limit increase unless
it is accompanied by a plan
for tax reform, an overhaul
of regulatory structure, cuts
in discretionary spending,
a balanced budget amend-
ment and reforms to entitle-
ment programs.
It's a similar stance to
Rep. Steve Southerland, R-
Panama City. Last week,
Southerland sent a letter to
leaders of the House that


called for a plan to "cut, cap,
and balance our way to fiscal
security," said his spokes-
man, Matt McCullough. The
recommendations include
cutting next year's deficit in
half by instituting reductions
in mandatory and discre-
tionary spending; capping
spending with revenues at
18 percent of gross domestic
product; and implementa-
tion of a balanced budget
amendment with protec-
tions against federal tax
increases.
In order for Southerland
to support an increase in
the debt ceiling, "it's going
to take a serious, concrete
and long-term plan like this
to solve our debt crisis," Mc-
Cullough said.
"Rep. Southerland be-
lieves we must deal with our
crushing burden of debt now
and not wait until the llth
hour. However, Congress
must do this right. While
there would be consequenc-
es in delaying much-needed
action on a long-term debt
solution, the consequences
would be much worse if
Congress forces through a
toothless and ineffective bill
that continues kicking the
can down the road without
making the tough choices to
cut spending and eliminate
our debt."
Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Chu-
muckla, agreed that without
fiscal changes, he won't vote
in favor of an increase to the
debt ceiling.
"Raising the debt ceiling
is a non-starter, in my opin-
ion, without a guarantee of
dramatic spending cuts. For


too long we have continued
down the path of borrowing
and spending. It has to stop
now," he said.
He advocated for spend-
ing caps, a balanced bud-
get amendment with safe-
guards against tax increas-
es and a spending limitation
amendment.
"I think the biggest threat
to the government's credit
rating is not the question of
whether the debt ceiling is
raised or not; rather, the real
threat is the more than $14
trillion of debt we currently
carry. I'm willing to fight
hard for serious spending
reduction," he said.
That certainly is a con-
cern, Bernanke said in his
speech Tuesday.
He pointed out the long-
term fiscal imbalances oc-
curred over decades. "Al-
though we have been warned
about such development for
many years, the difference is
that today those projections
are becoming reality."
He said a large and in-
creasing level of government
debt compared to national in-
come could have significant
economic consequences.
"Overthe longerterm, the
rising federal debt crowds
out private capital formation
and thus reduces productiv-
ity growth," he said. Unsus-
tainable deficits have costs,
too, he said, including the in-
creased chance of a sudden
financial crisis.
"... (W)e canbe sure that,
without corrective action,
our fiscal trajectory is mov-
ing the nation ever closer to
that point," Bernanke said.


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COLUMN

Sometimes the most progress is quietly made


On June 29, all of the area was
going about its business. For all the
world, it looked like a typical sleepy
Wednesday afternoon in a typically
sleepy Southern town. But big prog-
ress was being made.
New jobs were cre-
ated, and about five
years of effort paid off
in a single vote of the
Washington County
Commission.
Let's be absolutely
STEVE LINER clear: Each member
Managing Editor of the Washington
County Board of
County Commissioners is to be ap-
plauded. The vote to move forward
with the project that, ultimately, could
bring more than 150 new, important,
tax-paying jobs and a new commu-
nity business partner to Chipley was
unanimous.
It was a courageous vote. And it
was a vote that took vision.
Well done!


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that's our main goal at the chamber."
With the purchase of the 10 acres,
The Concrete Company can begin
construction of its pit and conveyor
system.
"This deal is still not something
that I can say we're doing cartwheels
over," Goodman said. "Negotiations
have led to a fair offer for the land, and
there's still some fine-tuning to the


The county has partnered with
The Concrete Company out of Colum-
bus, Ga., as well as state economic
developers to make the deal come to
pass. Washington County was called
upon to make an investment in the fu-
ture of the project, a difficult decision
to make in tough economic times.
But I believe their courage will pay
dividends for generations to come.
Consider: The Concrete Company
is one of America's most important
providers of ready-mix concrete,
particularly to military and other
governmental entities. Consider, too,
that we stand near the beginning of
a massive redevelopment project at
Tyndall that will require quite literally
miles of new concrete.
The project in Chipley should be
well positioned to take advantage of
this reality.
But this isn't some quick scheme.
The company, county and state have
been working toward this project for
a long, long time.


agreement, but we should have all the
details hammered out by next week
for a special called meeting to wrap up
negotiations."
According to Everett, if The Con-
crete Company has committed to
break ground on or around July 31 on a
pit and conveyer system to unload up to
90 railcars of aggregate, then the state
Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic


Yes, the county is going to provide
a property tax abatement. But the
company is going to invest millions.
Anticipated is early creation of
more than 20 jobs (good-paying, econ-
omy-building jobs). Ultimately, the
plant is expected to employ around
150, and the Tyndall project could well
add many more.
This is a long-term investment by
all parties. This is an extraordinary,
visionary vote by our Washington
County Commission.
Yes, the afternoon was quiet. The
commission chambers were popu-
lated by about a dozen people, mostly
business leaders, and it was quiet.
But the action taken bespeaks a
new, encouraging direction for this
entire area. It was a decision for a fu-
ture with a more diverse economy. It
was a decision to invest in the future
opportunities of our community and
its young people.
It was progress. And, though qui-
etly done, it was unmistakably right.


Development will begin releasing $2
million in funding for the rail spur.
Commissioner Donnie Strickland
was noticed as the only board member
who has been on the board since the
project first began.
"It's been a long time coming,"
Strickland said. "But I'm going to trust
in Ted and that he's got the best inter-
est of the county in mind."


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existing flood plan pre- Parcel Number: The property will be pay here. 0 down/lst Vernon, FL Next date July 1 & 2. bucket. Contact Wade La denmwer fu ent
vention ordinance. All 00-1055-0000 Beginn- sold at public auction pymt tax. Tag & Title. 2nd Sat ofthe Many newgoodies! or Jr. Ellenburg and garn e m ,
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1100- LegalAdvertising parties are encouraged lot 5 of the Wiselogel the back taxes are paid 800-809-4716 Miscelaneous Auction (334)726-6100 freell( pick547up.00
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1120 - Public Notices/ hearing and to provide of Chipley and running rangements for pay-Selection var Cash 4100 Pate Pond Rd Mcntoh
Announcements written and/or verbal thence East along the ment or to receive fur- election v/Credit Cars. as, 4100rnonFate on PRd, duce Nowsh
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1130 Rideshareoptions ter under considera- distance of 70 feet, tact the Clerk of Court 5% Buyer's Premium 1st and 3rd SAT p
1140 - Happy Ads tion. Any person re- thence run South a dis- immediately at PO Box Thinking Actio? Peas and u-pick
1150- Personals quiring a special ac- tance of 105 feet, 647, 1293 Jackson Ave Michele Rf 8AM- r tomatoes
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1170-Found hearing because of dis- tance of 70 feet to the phone 850-638-6008850- Miscel us teams 850-326-8019,
abilities or physical im- West line of said Lot 5, ext 221. Amount to Re- 85061606 so selection near Poplar Springs
pairment should con- thence North along the deem for June 850-415-0183 Many items too near Poplar Springs
tact the City at (850) West line of said lot to $3101.21 Amount to PETS&AgIMALS RAIN OR SHINE L
638-6350, 48 hours PO.B. being in and a Redeem for July Sellers welcome U-Pik 4100 - Help Wanted
1100 prior to the hearing. For part of the NW /4 of the $3146.71 IN US CUR- 2100 - Pets llers welcome 4130 - Employment
further information per- NW /4 of the NW /4 of RENCY ONLY NO 2110- Pets: Free to 3 850-54 40 Blueberries Informaion
training to the proposed Section 3, Township 4 PERSONAL CHECKS 2120 - Pet Supplies __ $8/gallon -__0-
CITY OF CHIPLEY ordinance, contact Dan North, Range 13 West, ACCEPTED Cashier's 2130- Farm Animals/ A much needed Yard Yard Sale in the shade. Muffin's Blueberry
NOTICE OF PUBLIC Miner, City Washington County, checks, money orders, Supplies Sal Many msemsn Patch
HEARING The Chipley Administrator.As pub- Florida Note: The and Western Union are 2140- Pets/Livestock S al May misc.items Cool shopping- Hot La 4100
City Council will con- lished in the Washing- grantors herein gives the only other alterna- Wanted Fri 8 a.m.-until. Sat 8 bargains. Sat. July 2, Bob & Linda Wells
duct a PUBLIC HEAR- ton County News July ife estate unto Calvin ive accepted. As pub 215- Pet Memorials a.m.-p.m. July 1 &2. 7a.m.2 p.m. Esto. Mn-Sat, closed Sun. Co-DriverorTeam
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reading of the following ration of his lifetime, ton Co News, June 18, G Ch h Trig t on r i1 i CDLHasmaTwi
ordinance on Tuesday Name in which As June 25, July 2 uy 9 Church. Turn right on Chipley (850)638-3181 Card. 3 years verifiable
ordinance on Tuesday, Name in which As- June 25, July 2, July 9, R.B. Carter, bear to left, OTR experience. No
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p.m., at the City Hall Dougald Said property foll6 Ba er Lat 3240 i< .>! Feonis'alDaniel
Council Chambers, hill. 2763 Beaver Lane. 1 Flne C (850)547-2644
Council Chambers, being in Washington 300f(850)33-3r2644
1442 Jackson Avenue, Notice of Application Co., Florida. Unless Birds for SaleGUN SHOW 3300 Cel (850)393-3198
Chipley, Florida. for Tax Deed such certificate shall be Proven pair of blue & Benefit Yard Sale July 2nd & 3rd BUYING all types
redeemed according to gold macaw breeders. All proceeds go to Nat'l Peanut Fest. Bldg. scrmetals and
ORDINANCE NO. 905 Notice is hereby given the law, the property Ph 850-260-2611 returning military son at 5622 US Hwy23dg1 S 1j k scr
that, Malcolm 0 Nel- described shall be sold Text FL62931 to 56654 Ed's Auto Sales Dothan, Aabama | 850-547-0224, | ot
AN ORDINANCE OF son, the holder of the to the highest bidder at 1110 2957 Hwy 90W, OVER 275TABLES Family operated Me
THE CITY OF CHIP- following certificate, the courthouse door on 1Bonifay, Fl. VE2 We have references Medical/Health
LEY, FLORIDA PRO- has filed said certificate July 27, 2011 at 10:00 Tues-Fri8-4 Saturday 9-5pm .l .
VIDING FOR AU- for a Tax Deed to be is- AM. Dated this 15th, aSats 8-12, entire Inf: 34-2-Sawmills - Band/ CNA/HHA
THORITY; PROVIDING sued thereon. The cer- day of June, 2011. Incorrect month of June.Info 334279-9895 Chainsaw - Spring Sale Jon the premier in
FOR AMENDMENT TO tificate number and Linda Hayes Cook, Cut lumber any di-home care agency
ORDINANCE NO. 687, year of issuance, the Clerk of Court, Wash- Insertion mension, anytime. with medical bene-
ENTITLED FLOOD description of the prop- ington Co. FL. POChipley, 1373 South I 1|1 Make Money and Save fits. CNA/HHA, with
DAMAGE PREVEN- erty, and the namesin By: Frances E Gar- Policy For Sale Blvd. Turn right on | 3250Money In stock ready at least one years
TION ORDINANCE; which it was assessed rette, Deputy Clerk Jersey Heifer Yearling South Blvd. off of Hwy. .- to ship. Starting at experience, needed
AND DECLARING AN are as follows: Certifi- WARNING: There are For Classified call after 5pm. 77 South apprx. 1/2 K&L Farm $995.00 www.Norwood in Washington and
In-column Ad- 850-956-5090 mile on the left just past Home grown Toma- Sawmills.com/300N Holmes Co. area for
vertisers Saturday July 2, 2011. toes. 1567 Piney I (800) 578-1363 in-home care. High
7: till 12. Misc. items Grove Rd in Chipley. Ext.30job satisfaction with
Text FL65743 to 56654 GroveRdin Chipley. E
All ads placed by Text FL65743to 56654 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm & Vendors, Antiques, one on one care.
phone are read back Saturday 8am-4pm. Arts, Tools, Come Join All Shifts Available
to the advertiser to Garage Sale Saturday 850-638-5002 in set up and sell your Email:
insure correctness. July 9, 8AM- Until . 850-260-5003 & goodies. US 90 & 81 N, Krawl Ins (care:
The newspaper will 1682 Nearing Hills Cir- 850-527-3380 July 1 &2, 8a.m. minders.com
assume correctness cle Chipley TextFL60849 to 56654 Call (850)956-2100 Web-Id 34166070
at the time of the
read-back procedure
unless otherwise in- MERCHANDISE
formed.
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3120-Arts & Crafts
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Airlines are Hiring- Heat & Air Jobs - Advertisers are re- 3150- Building Suppliess
Train for high paying Ready to work? 3 week Heavy Equipment quested to check the Equipment eeuer Jl/an
Aviation Maintenance accelerated program. Work advertisement on the 3170- Collectibles
Career. FAA approved Hands on environment. Pond digging, first insertion for cor- 3180 - Computers HAS MPERMISSION TO BESKEPTICAABOUT:
program. Financial aid Nationwide certifica- Tree removal, rectness. Errors 3190- Electronics
if qualified - Housing tions and Local Job landclearing, should be reported 3200Firewood n ONM TEJOB M EERYTHIN
Allied Hl career3210 - Free Pass it On JeelyM A tnRKET
available. CALL Avia- Placement Assistance! Road building, etc. immediately. 3220- Furniture
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nance (866)314-3769. Your Florida Free- 3240 -Guns ....T .u o
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training-Attend college for more than one in- 3280 -Machinery/
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placement assistance. Service will it be liable for 3290 - Medical Equipment Jo,,,S , , , lf . u. ,f 1 % d6.
Computer available. Fi- for children rooms & B&M Mower Repair & any error in adver- 3300 -Miscellaneous
nancial Aid if qualified. floor designs. Call Service. Quality work at tisements to a 3310- Musical Instluments
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available. Financial Aid pairs. Small jobs wel-high returns. We need(850)638-0212
if qualified. Call comedy. Call Toby mre equipment We do not (850) 638-0212
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4100 4100 I/ P 6140 I 6170 6170 | 7120 1 7150
Early Head Start Teacher Assistants For Rent: 3 br, 1 ba, 2 and 3 Bedroom
Caregiver Tn-County Community house, located close to 2 MOBILE HOMES Mobile Homes for rent 6.3 Acres Yates
Trl-County Community Council, Inc., is Bethlehem Community. FOR RENT 2BD/2BA in Bonifay. No Pets. Settlement Rd.
Coucil, Inc., is accept- accepting applications 1 s s Dep req. 850-547-2499 Water & garbage fur- (850)547-1386. RETAIL & OFFICE Washington Co, Fl.
in applications for the forth HeadStart or 850-373-7006 nished. Quiet park be- SPACES for rent lease $35.500. Call day
Early Head Start Pro Program. Great R ESTATEORl Text FL65059 to 56654 tween Chipley & Bonl- or sale. 3 months free (850)5475070 Mary IRE REOM AL
gram in Walton County. Benefits. 6100-Business/ fay. $400/ mth plus de- rent. 850-209-3291 Ann. Call Nightllibl
Great Benefits. Responsibility: Assist Commercial Spacious 3BD/1BA posit. 527-4911 or (850)573-0253 Michael. H8110 - tirs
Responsibility: Plan Teacher in all areas of 6110-Apartments House Country Setting 5474232 obile Homes or 810 rttility vehicles
sand initiate classroom as 6120 - Beach Rentals Bonifay. CH/A. rent. For Sale; 2 ton 8130 Trucks
and initiate classro6130- Condoe/ownhouse 547-2091 441-8181 Lenox AC unit, : 8140 - Vans
activities according to designated. 8140- House Rentals $650.00 Call 638-2999. 8150 - Commercial
Early Head Start M I n I m u m 6150- Roommate Wanted 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile 7160 8160 Motorcycles
Standards. Qualifications: High 6160- Rooms for Rent from Bonfay Elem 8170 Auto Parts
Minimum Qualifica- School (GED); 3 6170- Mobile Home/Lot co / & Accessories
tions: Must have a months related 8180- Out-of-Town Rentals 6170 School. On Hwy 177A. 2 Mobile Homes on 21 Boats
Child Development experience or training 6190- Timshare Rentals Family oriented park. 3.25 acres, on paved 8220 - Personal Watercraft
Child Development experience or training. 6200 - Vacation Rentals 2&3 Bdrm MH's. Call 547-3746. Vr lInd r rd fenced rd 8230 - Sailboats
Associate (CDA) Must have current Deposit required. You lan or rd, fenced yrd 8230 - SilboatMarine
Infant/Toddler or have drivers license and No Pets. Water/ mily l iB or mak offBr. 824-Boppies
a degree n Early roper vehicle sewage furnished, fa y land $42,500 or make offer. 8245 Boat Sips & Docks
Childhood Develop- insurance coverage. 6110 Bonifay Fl. 3/2 Mobile Home 50-260-4713 310 - Aircraft/Aviation
meant; minimum of 1 Must comply with (850)5475007 South of Chipley rEE RMLE R all y0u need 8r S20-A R Veh
health and background .2 1 BR (880)5470 C50 all you need :320 - ATV10f Road Vehicles
year work related health an. acgroun artments If no answer leave Near Washington 8330 - Campers & Trailers
experience with Infants screening. For apartments message County Corrections 7100 Homes
and toddlers Must additional information in Bonifay, facility. $500/mo plus 7105 - Open House
have current driver's and qualifications call walk-incloset, deck in 2 BR/ 1 1/2 Bath on 1 securitydeposit. Call 7110 - Beach Home/ a new home. 71
lcense and proper LeaAnn at back, fenced yard. acre of land on Hwy 2. (850)419-0353 Day 7 P120 rop o olert
vehicle insurance (850)547-3689. Includes water, Recently remodeled. (850)547-5683 Night. 7130 - CondolTownhouse Call North Carolina Moun-
coverage. Must comply Applications may be sewer, garbage, No smoking or pets. 7140- Farms & Ranches tal m Lakefront lots. New | 8160
with health and obtained from any electricity. Hud $350/mo. Will need 1st, 7150 - Lots and Acreage 850-682-3344 gated waterfront com-
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots munity. Lockable lots
background screening. Tn-County Community approved. $500/MTH last & $350/security For Rent 3 BR/2 BA 7170 - Waterront with up to 300 of For Sale 92 Harley
For additional Council office or on the 850-547-5244 depo. Doublewidein Bonfay 710 - Inestment shoreline Low nsur Black Bet Drive,
information and agency website Serious inquiries only Sorry No Pets Property oreline, Low insure Black Belt Drive,
qualifications call www.trcountvcommunit- 2 1 BR please. To set up apt Please call 7190 - Out-of-Town ance, Low property ax. 1200cd. Runs good.
LeaAnn, Personnel council.com and apartments please contact 8503738938 Real Estate Call Now Shields & bags.
Tech at (850)547-3689. submitted by July 5, in Bonifay, (850)209-4586. 7200 - Timeshare (800)709-5253 $4,900. 850-547-5244
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assisting with ADL's Teacher - B.A. degree
preparing supper and in Early Childhood or I I. .. YO 2 TOYOTA 2 TOYOTA 2 TO O A
assistance with medi- equivalent education FRIENDLY STAFF 27 YEARS
cation. Hours are and experience in 850-532-2177 O 4T DRA 4x4
p11:30 7:30 p.m. with related field. Current ti o a- T E L V S A D
pay starting at $ 8.50 drivers ulcense and For Rent: Nice M , L M V
an hour.Applications proper vehicle townhouse apartment.
accepted daily. Call insurance coverage. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 7 Years, 100,000 Mile i 160 Point Quality
(850) 5473708 for Mus comply with one car garage in Limited T Tarranty**A 2 Assurance Inspection
more information health and background downtown Bonifay.L7 e as,10 00Ml es- U U
screening. r Applicatons NO PETS.7 Years, 100,000 Mile at l ion In
CookFloater may be obtained from Call 850-547-3129 Roadside Assistance T YO ** Stock To Choose From
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for a Cook/Floatrons submitted by Tuesday, Notice Geat C e a e,000yless Ent, Loa ded Warrant
the Early Head S otart July 5 2011, at 4:30 7 Miles Limited Coar! harpS & Loc , Cr
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experience and/or player and drug and children under the age 2010 TOYOTA 2008 TOYOTA 2008 TOYOTA 2011 TOYOTA
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and proper vehicle 4130 1 . Sunroof Low Miles Only 5K Miles
insurance coverage. 17 Drivers Needed! This newspaper will not DON'T GAS SHARP
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health and background Benefits New Trucks advertising for real esay
screening. Ordered! Need 2 tate which is in violation
Applications may be months CDL-A Driving of the law. Ourreaders 2010 TOYO A TOYO A TOYO
obtained from any Exp. (877)258-8782 are hereby informed 2010 TOYOTA 2009 TOYO 2011 TOYOTA 2009 TOYOTA
TrI-County Community www.meltontruck.com that all dwellings adver- YARIS CAMRY LE 4-RUNNER COROLLA
folloingeas: ised in trhiisnge wNopExrl- 8 5 - 5 7 9 - 43R1L7
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submitted by July 5, CDL-A Drivers. Central are available on a equal 3 Door, Hatch, Automatic, Automatic, Power Seat, Limited Edition, Limited Edition,
submitted3b July 5,Cl ri vers.p Ce opportunity basis. To Great Commute Car Keyless Entry, Loaded, Low Miles Automatic, Power Windows
2011 at 4:30 p.m. For Florida company seeks complain of discrimina-
information and an Solo & Team Drivers. tion call HUD toll-free at FUEL
application call Tank and Dry Van d800 669-9777. The
LeaAnn, Personnel positions offering some toll-free number for the SAVER!E
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will be subject to Cun Automatic, Cruise,; Limited Edition, Power 3rd SUV At It's Finest! More To3_
pre-employment drug Cypress Truck Lines Power Windows and Seat, Sunroof, Loaded! Must See
test. Home Weekends! Door Locks Heated Leather To Appreciate! Choose
Only qualified Southeast Regional. Ridgewood Apts. Do
applicants will be Top Pay & Great Bene- of Bonfay DON'T
considered. fitsl 6 Months TT exp Now offering ISS IT!
Equalopportunity CDL with clean MVR Studio, 1 &2bd
employer and drug and Call (800)545-1351 $350-500 incld. I
smoke free workplace. www.cypresstruck.com I City utilites &
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seeking an individual (855)356-7121 1 country acre, quarter
interested in provid- mile southwest of Cot-
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lour customers in the lreer! 100% Paid CDL posit references.SA!A ES V
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reliable transporta- up to 45� per mile!
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hours This is chase available. Experi- trees Reference re-
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Itor position with I (800)441-4271 x FL-100 547-2091.
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