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6/8/2007
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Wak ulla


Published
Weekly,
Read Daily


Our 111th Year, 28th Issue


Thursday, July 13, 2006


50

Cents


Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Garbage

Woes Are

Addressed
Colleen Skipper of the Wa-
kulla County Administrator's
office knew it was not going
to be a typical day when the
office fielded questions about
residential garbage pickup and
residents threatened to drop
their garbage off at the county
office in Crawfordville.
The calls began after July 1
when Waste Management of-
ficials discontinued residential
garbage collection. Company
officials sent letters to custom-
ers discussing the termination
of waste pickup service. How-
ever, many customers called..
the newspaper office, saying
the notices came too late.
PSG Project Manager Randy
Merritt and Wakulla County
Commissioner Ed Brimner said
the action by Waste Manage-
ment caught quite a few resi-
dents by surprise.
"I got my letter four days
before they pulled out of
Wakulla County," said Merritt.
"Wakulla County does not pro-
vide any garbage pickup and
we were not prepared to step
into the void created by Waste
Management's exodus," said
Brimner.
Brimner added that County
Administrator Joe Blanchard
worked with Waste Manage-
ment company officials to re-
sume garbage service on a tem-
porary basis. The company
agreed to continue picking up
Please turn to Page 15


Wakulla Tax



Roll Takes



Large Jump


County Officials Break Ground For New EMS Station In Wakulla Station


New EMS Station Is On Way


Wakulla County residents
will soon have more emer-
gency medical service coverage
following a groundbreaking
ceremony for, a new station in
the Wakulla Station commu-
nity.
On Saturday, July 8, EMS
Director Fran Councill, Com-
missioners Brian Langston and
Howard Kessler, Joe Blanchard
and Colleen Skipper of the
county administrator's office
and Wakulla Station Volunteer
Fire Department Fire Chief Al
Shylkofski visited the site


which includes a new sign in-
forming residents of what will
soon be built.
The key issue behind build-
ing a new EMS station in
Wakulla Station is shorter re-
sponse times, said Councill.
Wakulla County will have the
new station to cover EMS
needs in the eastern section of
the county while the existing
stations in Crawfordville and
Medart cover EMS needs in the
center and western section of
the county respectively.
The planned station is near-


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Photo by Lynda Kinsey
Katherine Fust At Her Apartment At New Wakulla Trace Complex

Wakulla Trace Opens Doors


Some Wakulla County se-
nior citizens have already taken
their place in the new Wakulla
Trace Apartments near the
Wakulla County Senior Citizens
Center in Crawfordville. Kath-


Insidce

This. Week
Almanac.................. Page 11
Business Page 9
Church Page 4
Classifieds...............Page 19
Comment & Opinion..Page 2
Community...............Page 5
Crossword Puzzle.... Page 19
Outdoors............... Page 10
People Page 6
Sheriff s.Report.......Page 17
Spots................... Page 12
Week In Wakulla......Page 2


erine Fust of Dowling Park
moved to the county and into
Wakulla Trace Apartments to
be close to her children, one
who lives at Alligator Point and
the other who works just down
the street at the health depart-
ment.
The first new residents be-
gan moving into Wakulla Trace
on Friday, July 7, said Center-
Director R.H. Carter, who added
that he expects a full comple-
ment of residents very soon. A
management company has
been hired to oversee the op-
eration of the apartment com-
plex which has a laundry and
maintenance room as well as a
property manager on duty,
The residents have their
own apartments complete with
a card alert alarm system irl the
bathroom and bedroom that
not only lets out a noise but
makes an outside light come
on when it is pulled.
Fust noted that she planned


on taking full advantage of
meals at the senior citizens cen-
ter next door, as well as the
scheduled activities.
The $2.3 million Wakulla
Trace project has 34 units for
senior citizens and 23 are al-
ready occupied. "It's exciting,"
said Carter. "It's a really nice
place to live. The people are so
happy."
Director Carter will host a
ribbon cutting for the new fa-
cility Wednesday, July 19 at
11 a.m. to thank the many
people who have had a part in
the construction of the apart-
ment complex.
Those attending the cer-
emony will include representa-
tives of Rural Development in
Marianna, Florida Housing in
Tallahassee, county officials
and local business people who
have supported the construc-
tion. A reception will follow the
ribbon cutting at the senior
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ly 10 miles from the Craw-
fordville station on Trice Lane
which will assist the EMS de-
partment in handling the dra-
matic increase in calls as a re-
sult of growth, said Councill.
The property is partially
cleared and Councill hopes the
station will be built for use by
the fall. County commissioners
recently approved the EMS op-
eration to help Councill staff
her department. The goal has
been to have three EMS trucks
available for service 24 hours
per day and seven days per
week. Sometimes demand has
warranted a need for four
trucks at one time, added
Council.
The county will be going out
for bids for construction of the
new station, which will be a
metal building, very soon. A
concrete "helistop" will also be
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Candidates

Will Qualify

For Office
Qualification week for Wa-
kulla County candidates will
begin Monday, July 17 at noon
and conclude at noon Friday,
July 21. Candidates can qualify
for local office the two weeks
prior to the qualification week,
but this year none of the can-
didates have chosen to do so.
Candidates with open cam-
paign accounts on June 30 were
required to file their second
quarterly reports of financial
contributions and expenditures
by July 10. All of the candidates
filed before the deadline passed.
Candidates who qualify next
week will be required to take a
loyalty oath, turn in their Form
6 financial disclosures and pay
their qualification fees unless
they have qualified for office
using the petition method. The.
petition method deadline'
passed last month.
School board candidate Ray
Gray and county commission
candidate Delacy Peavy are
planning to pay the qualifica-
tion fees while the other can-
didates used the petition
method.
Those paying the fees will
pay $5,515.02 to run for prop-
erty appraiser, $1,698.42 for
county commission and $973.12
for the school board.
The property appraiser can-
didates include Republican
Anne W. Ahrendt and Demo-
crat Donnie R. Sparkman;
county commission candidates
Please turn to Page 22


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
Wakulla County Property
Appraiser Anne Ahrendt sub-
mitted her second county tax
roll to the Florida Department
of Revenue (DOR) Wednesday,
June 28 and the new roll re-
flects an increase of nearly $204
million in taxable value for
operating millages over the
record tax roll submitted last
year.
The 2005 tax roll jumped a
record $364 million as the
county was under an adminis-
trative order from the state to
create equity in assessments
across the county. The admin-
istrative order was placed on
the county under former Prop-
erty Appraiser Ronnie Kilgore
who died last year. Ahrendt
was appointed to the post in-
May 2005 by Gov. Jeb Bush and


completed the tax roll work on
time.
The tax roll increased from
$800 million in 2004 to $1.164
billion in 2005.. The 2006 tax
numbers include $1,371,523,210
for the school board and
$1,367,487,321 for the county
commission. The county com-
mission has less tax money to
work with than the school
board does because the school
board does not recognize the
senior citizen exemptions the
county commission does.
The 2005 tax roll was the
first to ever exceed $1 billion.
Ahrendt and Tax Roll Supervi-
sor James Burke said the ad-
ministrative order was placed
on the county in 2003 and sat-
isfied last year.
The school board has $1,371
billion of tax value to work
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Nelson Named Tob

Head Emergency Post


The Wakulla County Sher-
iff's Office has filled the void
left when Emergency Manage-
ment Director Joe Blanchard
was tabbed by the county com-
mission to be the interim
county administrator.
Scott Nelson of Sopchoppy
joins the division. He replaced
Major Bill Poole.who stepped
in and handled the office after
Blanchard replaced Parrish
Barwick as the county admin-
istrator. Nelson was introduced
to the county commission on
Monday, July 3.
Blanchard is in the final
months prior to his planned
retirement and hopes to finish
his employment with the
county at the end of the year.
Nelson is a deacon at Sop-
choppy Southern Baptist Church
and the husband of Karla
Anderson Nelson, the daugh-
ter of former Medart Elemen-
tary School Principal Randy
Anderson and Wakulla Middle


School staff member Nena
Anderson.
WCSO Undersheriff Donnie
Crum said Nelson had been
employed by St. Marks Power
and the Florida Department of
Agriculture before working for
the Florida Division of Emer-
gency Management. Nelson
recently won an award for his
work handling hurricane re-
sponse in South Florida, said
the undersheriff.
Nelson said his office tele-
phone number, 926-0861, and
the location of the office will
remain the same. Nelson's of-
fice is in the storm resistant
annex of the sheriff's office.
"I stand ready to serve and
I'm looking forward to serving
the county," said Nelson. Un-
dersheriff Crum joked that
Nelson's task is easy-"making
sure we don't have any storms."
In other matters in front of
the Wakulla County Commis-
Please tur to Page 14


Cook Will Seek Fourth

School Board Term


Veteran Wakulla County
School Board member Rebecca
S. "Becky" Cook, 51, of District
3 is seeking her fourth term on
the board in September. Deb-
bie Miles has announced her
intention to run against Cook,
who has served two years as
board chairperson.
Cook said she originally de-
cided to run for election "to be
your voice in education" and to
"make a difference in the lives
of children."
"Education isn't about every-
one learning to tread water, but
teaching everyone how to
swim," she continued.
Cook and her husband,
Dusty, have been married for
31 years and have three sons.
Daryl and Doyle are married
and their youngest son, Drew,
will be pitching for Florida A &
M University next season. Cook
is the daughter of Sue Howell
and the daughter-in-law of
Valda Cook. She serves as the


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Rebecca S. Cook
Minister of Music and staff
leader of the children's depart-
ment at Crawfordville First Bap-
tist Church.
Cook said she is proud of
her community and school in-
volvement. She is a member of
countless organizations and
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Comment and Opinion

Established In Wakulla County In 1895


DeFoor: Hardly A. 'Would Be Water Sheik' Civility Hard To Find


Editor, The News:
I was amused to read in last
week's Wakulla News the let-
ter of Harrison Metcalf; wherein
I was described as a "politico"
and a "would be water sheik."
It was also suggested that I was
involved with Chairman Maxie
Lawhon's attempts to limit
public comment at Wakulla
County Commission meetings.
Each point warrants a brief
comment in my own defense.
My political involvement in
Wakulla County since moving
here has been of a nature and
level equal to any community
in which I have ever lived. Like
jury service, I believe that civic
involvement is.a requirement
of living in a community.
In Wakulla, most of my
work has been centered upon
establishing a true two-party
system at the local level, using
a Teddy Roosevelt "Green"


Letters
model. I am proud of that work,
and: believe that Wakulla
County will be well served for
years to come by this change,
however the bumps may bounce
election to election, along the
way.


Developers Do The


Board's Dir
Editor, The News:
Let me see if I understand
our political process correctly.
Maxie Lawhon and the other
BOCC members decided to run
for their respective positions at
which point they courted our
vote, asked for campaign do-
nations, knocked on our doors
and stuffed our, mailboxes to
the brim with campaign prom-
ises that are not kept.
Now, Maxie states, "I'm tired
of getting brow beat at every
meeting. It's the same five or:
six people every meeting
.(Wakulla News, July 6)."
Tough, you're getting paid
to sit there. I weep copious
amounts of tears forpoor, piti-
ful Maxie. He would have us
believe the same five or six
People hve a political agenda.
Get real! They express their
opinions ,and yu.w would do
well to heed the warnings of
what your actions are doing to
destroy this county.
That exhibition with your
sister; Jackie Lawhon, was dis-
*graceful. I do agree with her
on one issue, civility. Unfortu-
nately, she was preaching to
the choir. I'd be happy to sign
a civility clause if I'm ever able
to attend a meeting but only if
every member of the BOCC
and Mr. Mowrey signs one as
well
Ms. Lawhon, -you had my
attention untilyou attacked Dr.
Kessler-hypocrisy at its best.
Truth overrides civility. I'm
sorry to have to point this out
but the First Amendment is
.not currently alive within
Wakulla County; your brother
dug the hole and the other

A attendance


ty Work
three members are' filling in
the hole for the final burial.
Okay, so everybody on the
BOCC hates Dr. Kessler, that's
pretty obvious from the way
he's treated. Ed Brimner is al-
lowed to sit there and pontifi-
cate endlessly, Dr.,Kessler is cut
off every time. So what, ifDr.'
Kessler' is up for re-election?
Isn't Henry Vause up as well?
So let's blame Dr. Kessler for
the melting polar ice caps, the
disease and famine in Africa,
let's re-examine the Zapruder
film-surely you could find Dr.
Kessler hiding in the grassy
knoll at Dealey Plaza. Since you
and the other BOCC members
haven't figured this out yet,
and it's, pretty obvious you
haven't, Dr. Kessler is not the


problems


My actual occupation is en-
vironmental restoration, with
a firm called EarthBalance. We
are, literally, undevelopers-we
restore land and water bodies.
I have served or am serving on
the board of Florida Audubon,
1000 Friends of Florida, Collins
Center for Public Policy, the
Collins Institute (FSU), and the
Trust for Public Land's Florida
advisory board.
I served Gov. Bush as his'
Everglades Czar, helping set up
the world's largest environ-
mental restoration, and on his
Manatee Commission and
Growth Management Study
SCommission. I also am on the
board of governors of the
Florida Chamber,'Taxwatch, as
well as several environmental
corporations.
I was two term president of
the Council for Sustainable
Florida, which focused on sus-
tainable economics, where the
economy and environment are
not pitted against each other
as a false "either/or," but rather
a "both." I have preached this
message across Florida. and in
Wakulla County. with .some
modest success.
NMy position on the High's
project has been consistent,
and resulted in my opposition
as it was previously proposed.
As I said publicly, there is a
way to do this idea in a sus-
tainable way, with everyone,
including the resource winning
(the most important test). But
'it was not the way, perhaps
due to some bad advice along
the way, in which it was being
proposed.


' Editor, The News:


As soon as I saw the CCOW's' here have the apple snails
.. ...... ., ...where have the apple snails
Transparent Government- gone?
Open Meeting Pledge an D-- I've lived-on the Wakulla
Kessler's resolution regarding River since.I was a little girl.
.SLAPP lawsuits on the agenda My grandparents introduced
I knew that neither would me to apple snails and my hus-
pass. Why? Think about it. Ev- band used to put eggs in our
ery time a developer hits indi- tank to raise them. Since the
vidual citizens with a SLAPP poisoning of the hydrilla in the
lawsuit, they've done the dirty river there are no more snails.
work for the BOCC. The snails were.the main diet
I sincerely hope that those of the limpkin.
of you who follow along with Iremembermygrandmother,
Maxie's every move under- Elaine Hallgren, pulling the
stand that Maxie is a political hydrilla with a rake and snails
lame duck and if you vote to falling everywhere. Now all I've
remove the "Citizens to be seen is one baby snail on a
heard;" you will also be politi- piece of hydrilla I pulled with
cally dead in the water and a rake and a week later they
that goes for one of you who poisoned the river. My hus-
appears to be using the BOCC band used to tell me not.to put
as a stepping stone to a higher
political position as well. Think v EEK IN
very carefully. WEEK IN


Suzanne Smitn
Crawfordville

At Dinner


Was Appreciated


Editor, The News:
On behalf of the Wakulla
County Democratic Executive
Committee (WCDEC), a heart-
felt thanks goes out to all of
those who attended our din-
ner event on June 29. It was a.
wonderful success and an en-
joyable evening being with our
fellow Wakulla County Demo-
crats.
Judy Bunch served a deli-
cious meal, and Steve Christian

Thank You
Editor, The News:
The Wakulla Presbyterian
Church extends a sincere thank
you to Winn Dixie and Pepsi
Cola for their generous support
of our recent Watermelon Fes-
tival. It was most appreciated
by all.
Jerry Kinder
Wakulla Presbyterian Church

Correction
A photograph cutline in the
July 6 issue of The News incor-
rectly identified a member of
the Guardian Ad Litem pro-
gram. Virginia Priestas, a local
Guardian Ad Litem, appeared
in the photograph with Marj
Law of the Rotary Club of
Wakulla. We regret the error.


provided the music for the
evening, Samuel Hordges pro-
vided photography. A special
thanks goes to these three in-
dividuals, whose exceptional
talents enhanced our event.
I would like to express our
appreciation to Senator Dave
Aronberg (D) and Representa-
tive Loranne Ausley (D), for
taking time out of their busy
schedules to speak at our
event. Representative Curtis
Richardson's attendance at the
event was also greatly appreci-
ated. We were honored to have
each of them be a part of our
evening.
My personal thanks goes to
the Democratic Committee
members, who worked tire-
lessly to be sure the evening
was a tremendous success.
Each and every one of you, my
committee members and vol-
unteers, are shining examples
of selfless giving and true con-
cerned citizens for Wakulla
County.
I would like to encourage all
Wakulla County Democrats to
help your local Democratic
Committee support local Demo-
cratic candidates this election
year.
Jeff Dykes, President
Wakulla County Democratic
Executive Committee


To get to a sustainable re-
sult would require transpar-
ency of process, embracing the
oversight of DEP, DCA,.and the
water management district,
acceptance of the burden of
scientific proof of harvest at
sustainable levels, a goal of
highest level of good job cre-
ation (i.e. bottles, not tankers),
a commitment to meet the
community's traffic concerns
and, finally, something in it for
the county residents as a
whole.
I met with the Highs and
laid out my thoughts..I am con-
vinced'that they have em-
braced these concepts, and
that there is room to explore a
sustainable solution in this
context. Thus, I have been will-
ing to use my time, talents and
reputation to help them and
the county explore these issues
to see if there is common
ground. Like the rest of the
ecological assets of our county,
it will be the vision that will
make the difference. Mine will
be clear as a hawk.
,Finally, as to matters of free
speech, I would remind Mr.
Metcalfthat it was my Repub-"
lican Party that was on the re-
ceiving end of attempts to limit.
our free speech rights at a lo-
cal festival a few years back.
We fought for them then; and
I am confident we will resolve
similarly at our next meeting
on July 20. My personal view
is that such attempts are ille-
gal, unwise, and usually fan the.
very political flames that they
seek to smother.
Allison DeFoor
SCrawfordville'


the poisoned'hydfilla in our
tank because it would kill the
baby snails if they ate it.
The truth of the matter is I
have eaten almost everything
that God putin this river and
have two healthy sons. I mis-
carried once and have often
wondered if it wasn't from eat-.
ing off the river. My husband
is a great fisherman and be-
lieved in providing for his fam-
ily the way God intended-with
his hands.
It's a shame that the, fish
and water are poisoned to the
point we can't eat them. If we
are being poisoned, what will
the poor.apple snails do but
become extinct, tool
Kathleen Williams
Mysterious Waters

WAKULLA


Thursday, July 13, 2006
BREAST CANCER SEMINAR will be held at the senior center at 11 a.m.
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon,
COUNTY BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE meets at the commission
complex at 9:30 a.m.
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP meets at the senior center at 11:15 a.m.
LIBRARY SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM will feature Chetter M. Galloway'tell-
ing African and African-American stories at the public library at 6:30 p.m..
PARENTING CLASS will be held at the health department from 9 to 11 a.m.
The topic will be baby safety and infant CPR.
ROTARY CLUB meets at the senior center at 12 noon.
ST. MARKS CITY COMMISSION meets at city hall in St. Marks at 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN OF THE MOOSE meet at the lodge in Panacea Plaza at 7:30 p.m.
Friday., July 14, 2006
BASTILLE DAY
PICKIN' 'N' GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior center from 10
a.m. to noon. (Also on Tuesdays.)
Saturday, July 15, 2006
CHIP AND DIP, sponsored by Citizens for Humane Animal Treatment (CHAT)
to benefit the Wakulla County Animal Shelter, will be held at the shelter
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Chipping is $10 for CHAT members, $20 for non-
members. Wash and dips are free but donations will be accepted.
EVENING tRUISE will be held at Wakulla Springs State Park beginning at
7:30 p.m. Cost is $8 for adults, $6 for children. For reservations, call 224-
5950.
Sunday, July 16, 2006
ABATE Motorcycle Club meets at the chapter clubhouse in St. Marks at 2 p.m.
Monday, July 17, 2006
QUALIFICATION WEEK for local candidates to run for public office will be-
gin at the county Supervisor of Elections' office at noon and conclude
Friday, July 21 at noon.
COUNTY COMMISSION meets in the commission boardroom at 6 p.m.
HATHA YOGA CLASS will be held at the public library at 7 p.m. For informa-
tion, call Della at 926-4293 or e-mail della.parker@earthlink.net.
SCHOOL BOARD meets in the school administration building at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
NA meets at Joanna Johnson's office in the Barry Building at 7 p.m.
BOOK BABIES, a program for children up to 3 years old and their parents,
meets at the public library at 10:30 a.m.
BRUNO GROENING CIRCLE OF FRIENDS meets at the public library at 7 p.m.
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP meets at the health department at 6 p.m.
THE GATHERING, a program for high school students, meets at the public
library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
LIBRARY SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM will hold a "Tuesday Outing" meeting
at the public library at 2:30 p.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. The movie "Be-
cause of Winn-Dixie" will be shown.
MOOSE LODGE #2510 meets at the lodge in Panacea Plaza at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
AA meets at Ochlockonee Bay UMC on Surf Road at noon -
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held at the senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.
CINEMANIACS, a middle school film studies class, meets at the public li-
brary at 2:30 p.m.


h t iW B OCC GRRR !


Editor, The News:
For a little while now I have
been watching my smoochie-
do tilt at windmills here in
Wakulla. He's a nice guy but I
don't know who's going to
have a stroke first, him or
Maxie Lawhon. But when a
man starts teaching his dog to
growl at the acronym BOCC
("BOCC GRRR") something's
wrong. And I think it's Maxie's
"gang of four."
I am a career scientist. I am
'a woman in a man's profession
- forensics. I have had'to tes-
tify in court with some really
tough cookies, judges, and very
aggressive, loud, demeaning
lawyers worse, I think,,than
Mr. Mowrey. I started my ca-
reer with one of the most de-
manding bosses in the field,
Henry Lee, who testified in the
Q.J. Simpson trial, a whole cir-
cus of intimidation.
My point is I've borne the
brunt of a lot of attempts at
intimidation, against some
pretty good intimidators, and
never have I felt as intimidated
as I have watching the Wakulla
Board of County Commission-
ers "BOCC GRRR!"). And.that
is why I am writing.
I've sat silent and watched
the commissioners irgnore. talk
through and go around Dr.
Kessler for a few months now.
Not very civil. I watched them
call him everything but "Doc-
tor" which is certainly his title
and the civil thing to do, but
that might give him credibility
with the citizens.
I have watched them play
games with the BOCC
("GRRRI") agenda, eliminating
items, threatening to throw
people out of meetings, then
actually throwing therh out (ap-
parently illegally), arguing wit'i
them, and generally being dis-
courteous and uncivil to those
who don't- happen to agree
with them. And that's not:very
civil. And not what I would like
in the way of commissioners.
Heck, I never went to meet-
ings before and now find them
a great source of entertain-
ment. I've wanted to speak but
have, felt most of the speakers
are demeaned.'unless a person
happens to agree with the
BOCC. My hubby said to imag-
ine the commissioners in their
underwear but that makes me
even more uncomfortable than
seeing him in his underwear,
so I'm writing instead.
There was a lady there the


other night, a Ms. Jackie
La~vhon, who I understand is
the chairperson's sister. She
went on and on about civility,
quite uncivilly, I thotight. But
civility is important. Very im-
portant.
However, she confused civil-
ity with agreement. "Keep quiet
and don't bother me" is neither
civil nor is it in keeping with
the constitutions of the United
States or Florida. Perhaps she
doesn't know what petitioning
for "redress of grievances"
means, but that's probably be-
cause she was so busy with the
Fourth of July parade, she for-,
got what the Fourth of July
means.
Ms. Lawhon also failed to
mention a very uncivil thing
that happened to my hubby
and I when he made a public
records request at her office
there in Sopchoppy. But that's
another (and totally uncivil)
story. Her office's response to
a public records request is one
big reason .the CCOW group,
had the forum on open govern-
ment,
She also failed to mention
the board playing games with
the Barwick situation, which I
,also believe was the very
height of uncivility, or throw-
ing out a speaker who tried to
speak to the Barwick thing:
That's another reason CCOW
had the forum. It wasn't to
learn to be mean, petty, intimi-
dating and nasty like Ms.
Lawhon said, or "raise a stink"
like Mr. Mowrey said, but to
learn about our rights as citi-
zens.
Believe me, the CCOW fo-
rum was not pulled out of
anybody's hat as trick as some
have implied through innu-
endo, but as an attempt to get
information about critical is-
sues in the county. "Citzens to
Sbe heard" is important. al-
hidudgh 'to watch Lawhon,
Langston;' Brimner, and Vause
ignorethe people speaking is
a very uncivil thing.
I guess the point is let them
talk. Let everyone talk at "Citi-
zens to be heard" and at every
agenda item. It's legal, it's in the
constitution, it's the civil thing
to do, it's the right thing to do.
These guys work for us, we
don't work for them.
So, let them all speak; That
way, if anyone's ignoring my
hubby, it'll be me!
Mary Cortese
Tallahassee,
Wakulla Courity


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 3

Request For Open Government Brings More Oppression


Editor, The News:
As expected, the count'
commission resoundingly dis
missed the Open Governmen
Pledge presented to them a
the last commission meeting
by the Concerned Citizens o
Wakulla (CCOW). In fact, onl
one sitting commissioner, Dr
Howard Kessler, signed the
pledge. To view the pledge, gc
lo the CCOW web site a
www.cowakulla.org.
So what exactly is the mo
tivation and intent of this
pledge? Well, -it's actually two
fold: it is both political and sin
cere. While CCOW does no
select and advocate political
parties or candidates as an or
ganization; we are political in
that we take on an active role
in the democratic process.
Our main objectives in be
ing engaged are to advocate fod
sound policy, well-informec
decisions, and open, transpar
ent government. We have seer
a steady deterioration of the
expressed interest by the com
mission to engage citizens ir
the process of their decision
making and a lack of desire tc
incorporate appropriate and
sufficient information and data
into commission action.
CCOW does not have any
vested or financial interest ir
the outcome of county commis
sion votes, but we do have sub
stantial interest in how this
community grows, because we
all live here, pay taxes here, and
love it here, period. Oh, and we
vote here.
When the commission held
an illegal meeting violating
Florida Statutes (allegedly)
CCOW responded by creating
an Open Government Pledge
that acknowledges that those
signing the pledge view public
participation as.important anc
will attempt to hold meetings
with broad advanced notice.
S Our efforts to make the gov
ernment more accountable to
its ctiizehry and constituency
are sincere. We understand that
the commission would riever
vote on the same side on ev
ery issue as we advocate. i"
But is it too much to ask of
our elected' and paid officials
Sto be more responsive to the
needs of all its citizens to the
best of their ability in sincer-
ity, not just in pretense? Four
commissioners have chosen to
not sign the pledge for undis-
closed reasons other than they
already "took that oath" (Com-
missioner Langston).
The reaction of being stone-
faced, unresponsive, and put-
offish toward our efforts to get
individual commissioners to
sign our pledge was not much
of a surprise. But Commis-
sioner Lawhon's response to
eliminate the "Citizens to be
heard" section of county com-
mission meetings is intonceiv-
able.
CCOW and many others are
asking for a more open and
responsive government but
somehow the reaction of our
elected officials is to make gov-
ernment more oppressive and
subjective.
Seems highly inappropriate
considering this issue was
originally placed on the regu-
lar portion of the agenda, but
instead inserted on the portion
of the meeting during which
ethe commission no. longer
takes questions, submits an-
swers, or otherwise shows any
type of response, except for
some of course.
Commission meetings would
be much more comfortable if
only the citizens and commis-


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a King (or Queen), who could
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books? Turn to the section cov-
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century for further details.
So the questions become :
Do the citizens of Wakulla
County have the inherent right
to address their elected govern-


ment at least twice a month for -
*a self-imposed three minutes at
a time? And should all citizens
be treated equal and receive
appropriate and efficient re-
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vility if there was a sense of
adequate responsiveness and
effort to maintain open govern-
ment that sought and reacted
appropriately to public input.
Chad W. Hanson,
Chair, Concerned
Citizens Of Wakulla


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Church


Obituaries


Ernie L. Andrews, Sr. Independent Funeral Home
Ernie Lashay "Shay" An- in Quincy was in charge of the
drews, Sr., 30, of Sopchoppy arrangements.
died Saturday, July 1 in Talla-
hassee. Jayne E. Harbison
The funeral service was held Jayne Eileen Harbison, 78, of
Saturday, July 8 at Macedonia Tallahassee died Friday, July 7.
Church of Christ Written in The funeral service was held
Heaven in Sopchoppy with Monday, July 10 at Blessed Sac-
burial at Buckhorn Cemetery. rament Catholic Church with
Elder Andrew Morris officiated, burial at a later date. Memorial
A wake was held Friday, July 7 contributions may be made to
at Richardson's Family Funeral Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Care in Tallahassee. Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
A native of Tallahassee, he 32308
was a lifelong resident of A native of Washington, DC,
Sopchoppy. He was a member she had lived in Tallahassee for
of Macedonia Church of Christ 58 years. She was an active
Written in Heaven. He gradu- member of Blessed Sacrament
ated from Wakulla High School Catholic Church and Al-Anon.
in 1996 and won second place She was a homemaker.
in the freestyle wrestling state Survivors include her hus-
championship. He ran track band, Bobby Lee Harbison of
and played football at WHS and Tallahassee; a son Joseph Lee
was employed by R.A.W. Con- Harbison and wife Ott; two
struction. daughters, Paula H. Roberts
Survivors include a daugh- and Susan H: Brazier and hus-
ter, Sierra Andrews; two sons, band D'Arcy of Crawfordville;
Ernie L. Andrews, Jr. and Isiah a brother, George McEntee and
Andrews; his parents, Ernest wife Barbara; a sister, Pat Por-
and Florine Andrews; a brother, ter and husband Bill; and four
Phillip "Lewis" Rosier; a sister, grandchildren.'Ian Brazier, Erin
Yolanda Andrews-Calloway Brazier and Matt Brazier and
'and husband Delmus; 10 aunts; John M. Roberts.
two uncles; seven nieces; four Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
nephews; 11 great-nieces and neral Home in Tallahassee was
great-nephews; his godparents, in charge of the arrangements.
Leon and Rachel Porter and
Mary Bell; and a host of other George P. Lovell, Jr.
relatives. o e -e o
Richardsons Family Funeral George Perkins Lovell, jr., 78,
d ....r of Tallahassee died Wednes-
Care in Tallahassee was in of Tallahassee died Wednes-
charge of the arrangements. day. July 5.
The fTuneral service was held
Tempie I. Bryant Saturday, July 8 at Whiddon
Tempie Irene Bryant, 92, of Lake Baptist Church in Craw-
Ouincy died Friday, July 7. fordville with burial at the
The funeral service was held church cemetery. Memorial
Sunday, July 9 at Corinth Bap- contributions may be made to
tist Church in Hosford with Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
burial at Hosford Cemetery. Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
Memorial contributions may 32308 or. Piedmont Fork Alli-
be made to Big Bend Hospice, ance Church, 3210 Thomasville
1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tal- Road, Tallahassee, FL 32308.,
lahassee, FL 32308. A chemist administrator for
A native of Moutrie. GA, she 54 years for the Florida Depart-.
had lived in Hosfocd...fo,. .2.- ,.ment of Agriculture, he served
years before mo~ing; riQu cyc .. .,, ; .'
in 1995. She was a former mem- Survivors include a daugh-
ber'of Corinth Baptist'Chureh-- ...terih4isa-L ell of-Tallahassee: -
and a member of Gretria Bap- a son, Mark Lovell and wife
tist Church at the time of her Sherri of Cartersville, GA; three
'death. 'grandchildren, Tabitha Lovell,
Survivors include two daugh- Luke Lovell and Jared Lovell, all
ters, Doris Evans of Craw- of Cartersville; and a sister,
fordville and Thelma ,Rushing Eleanor Lovell Porter and hus-
of Quincy; three grandsons, band Bob of Fort Walton Beach,
J.M. Evans, Phillip Rushing and Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
Jeffery Rushing; and six great- neral Home in Tallahassee was
grandchildren. in charge of the arrangements..


Homecoming Will Be Held


Mount Beasor Primitive Bap-
tist Church in Sopchoppy will
celebrate its 153rd Homecom-
ing service on Saturday, July 15,
and Sunday, July 16.
Homecoming activities will
begin July 15 at 6 p.m. with
communion at the church. At
11 a.m. Sunday, July 16, a wor-
ship service will be followed by
a traditional basket lunch and
gospel music. The Miller Broth-
ers of White Primitive Baptist
Church in Woodville will be
the featured singers.,
Mount Beasor Church was
established in 1853 and is one
of the oldest continuously ac-
tive Christian congregations in
Wakulla County. For the first
114 years, the church was lo-
cated on the banks of the

Revival Is

Planned
The Christian Worship Cen-
ter, 3922 Coastal Highway near
Wildwood Country Club in
Medart, will host a revival with
Pastor Tony Robinson of Dal-
ton, GA. The revival will be
held Monday, July 24 through
Friday, July 28 at 7:30 p.m.
nightly.
The church pastors are Steve
and Malissa Taylor. For more
information, call 984-5208 or
984-9924.


Panacea Park

Baptist Church
24 Mission Road, Panacea
Sunday School 10a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
Pastor, Jerry Spears
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Sopchoppy River, 2' 1/2 miles.
west of its present location at
29 Winthrop Avenue.
Elder Bruce Taylor and the
membership invite everyone to
attend the services.
Crawfordville First Baptist
Church will host a "Mid Sum-
mer Night's Gospel Sing" on
Sunday,.July 16 at 6 p.m. The
featured group will be Fortress
from Liberty County. The. sing-
ers include Ken and Georgia
Ann Hosford, Russell Hosford
and Hugh Black.
Fortress sings old favorites
as well as new pieces written
by group members. They have
recorded several CDs which
will be available at the sing.
There is no charge to attend;
however, a love offering will be
taken at the end of the worship
program.
For more information, call
926-7896.

SSaint Teresa
SEpiscopal
Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
At the comer of Rehwinkel Rd. & US 98
Sunday School
Holy Eucharist 8:30 AM
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Father John Spicer
926-4288


Pioneer Baptist
Church (SBC)
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.
Wed. adult, children & youth 7 p.m.
486 Beechwood Drive Crawfordville, FL.
(North of the Lower Bridge Road and Spring
Creek Highway intersection)
Rev. Dennis Hall, Pastor
850-926-6161


Margie A. Mills
Margie Ash Mills, 85 of Tal-
lahassee died Friday, June 30.
The funeral service was held
Saturday, July 7 at Mount Trial
Primitive Baptist Church in
Sopchoppy with burial at
Buckhorn Cemetery.
Survivors include a devoted
foster daughter, Martha Logan
Beverly; a brother, John D. Ash;
a cousin, Laura Bradham; two
sisters-in-law, Lonnie M. Rosier
and Blonzie Mills; andia host
of nieces and' nephews.
Strong & Jones Funeral
Home in Tallahassee was in.
charge of the arrangements.
Donald R. Pelt
Donald R. Pelt, 64, of Craw-
fordville died Tuesday, July 4
in Tallahassee.
The funeral service was held
Friday, July 7 at Harvey-Young
Funeral Home in Crawfordville
with burial at Pelt Cemetery.
A native ofWakulla County,
he was a retired maintenance
man who was employed by the
Wakulla County School Board.
He was a member of Sop-
choppy' United' Methodist
Church and a veteran of the,
U:S. Army.
Survivors include his wife,
Anne Pelt of Crawfordville';
three sons. Donald R. "Woody"
Pelt, Jr. and William "Peppe"
Harris, both ofTallahassee, and
Allan J. Harris of Melbourne: a
daughter, Alison Allen of Tal-
lahassee; a brother. Monty Pelt
of Crawfordville; 12 grandchil-
dren; and one great-grandchild:
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Crawfordville was in charge
of the arrangements.
Juanita Stokley
Juanita "Granny lake" Stok-
ley, 90, of Crawfordville died
.Tuesday, July 4 in Crawford-
ville.
The funeral service was held
Thursday, July 6 at Central Bap-
tist Church in Crawfordville
-with burial 'at Whiddon6..Lake.'
Ce ....ter .. ...
na tje of Jasper,. she .ha.d
lived in Crawfordville for 49
years.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 49 years, Carl F. Stokley,
Sr. of Crawfordville: a son, Carl
F. Stokley, Jr. and wife Joanne
of Crawfordville; three daugh-
ters, Wanda Stokley and Gloria
Perryman and husband Bob, all
of Crawfordville. and Patsy
Dunlap and husband Gray of
St. Petersburg; 15 grandchil-
dren; -16 great-grandchildren;.
three great-great-grandchildren;
and many nieces and nephews.
Harvey-Young Funeral Home
in Cra'fordville was in charge
of the arrangements..
Cajah F. Vause
Cajah Floyd Vause, 97, of
Woodville died Tuesday, July 4.
The funeral service was held
Friday, July 7 at Woodville First
Baptist Church with burial at
Oliver Family Cemetery in
Wakulla Station. Memorial con-

Sopchoppy

Church Of Christ
Comer of Winthrop & Byrd St.
Sunday Bible Study...............9:30 am.
Worship 1030 am.
Evening Worship 5 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible Study...............7 pm.
Visitors Are Welcome!
Home Bible Courses available...
please call for details, 962-2213


SOrtduokoneeo'


United
Methodist
Church
Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Pustor rett TVempleton
(850) 962-2984



1Shady Sea MissionaryL
Baptist Church
Spring Creek'


47 Shady Sea St.
Sunday School...9:45 a.m.
Church...................11 a.m .
Wednesday............. p.m.
Pastor: Billy Spence
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tributions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308.
A native of Arran, he retired
from Capital City Lumber Com-
pany.
Survivors include his wife of
72 years, Pearl Oliver Vause of
Woodville; a son, Philip Vause
and wife Loyce of Crawford-
ville; four sisters, Ethelle
Moore, Gwen Rabitaille and
husband Frank, Ruby Nell
Anderson and Gladys Strick-
land; six grandchildren, Cyn-
thia Vause, Philip Vause, Jr. and
wife Robin, Shane Vause and
wife Kim, Michele Lawhon and
husband Chris, Michael Wat-
son and Melissa DeLoach; and
seven great-grandchildren,
Philip Vause III, Mitchell Vause,
Taylor Lawhon, Trenton Law-
hon, Cajah Vause, Remie Vause
and Jessica DeLoach.
SCulley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was.
in charge of the arrangements.



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SSunday Coemporary Service 8:30 Lm.
Sunday School for aU Iges -40 azm
Sunay ornhip 11a m.
Wd .esay Service-7 p.m.
1584 Old Wodville Rd.
Wakulla Station,
421-5741
Pastor Drew Standridge


St. Elizabeth '
Ann Seton

Catholic Ch"
Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Father James MacGee,. Pastor
3609 Coastal Hwq. (US 98)
926-1797


GAGRACf

BAPTIST CHURCH
"WHERE EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY IN HIS BODY."
SUNDAY SCHOOL......9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP....10:30 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP....;...... P.M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING.....6:45 PAM.
S926-3217


IvanAssembly of God
202 Ivan Church Road
:Crawfordville
Pastor,
Daniel Cooksey
"Come'B WOsDY IMSh UDs"
926-IVAN(4826)
Sunday School................. 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship............... a.m.
Evening Worship............... 6 p.m.
Wednesday Service......7:30 p.m.
& Youth Service................. 7 p.m.
Royal Rangers............... 7:30 p.m.
Missionettes................. 7:30 p.m.


Victoria E. Warner
Dr. Victoria Efferson Warner,
79, of Tallahassee died Wednes-
day, July 5.
The graveside service was
held Monday, July 10 at South-
side Cemetery in Tallahassee.
A celebration of life was held
at Lee Hall Auditorium on the
FAMU campus Sunday, July 9.
A Delta Sigma Theta Omega
service followed. Memorial
contributions may be made to
the Dr. Victoria E. Warner Schol-
arship-Fund, FAMU School of
Social Work, in Tallahassee.
She retired as a distin-


Sopchoppy
United
Methodist
Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Pastor Brett Templeton
850-962-2984


guished professor at Florida A
& M University.
Survivors include five chil-
dren, Claire Smith and husband
Phillip and Michael Warner
and wife Eileen, all of Tallahas-
see, Joyce Tobias and husband
Eddie of Maryland, Gino War-
ner and wife Melva of Atlanta,
and Tracy Warner and wife
Renee of Crawfordville; 10
grandchildren; seven great-
grandchildren; and a host of
aunts, cousins, nieces and
nephews.
Strong & Jones Funeral
Home in Tallahassee was in
charge of the arrangements.


Trinity
Lutheran
Church ofWakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com
Worship 9:00 a.m.
Pre-School M-F (3-5 Years)
Church 926-7808 Pre-School 926-5557


Sunday School
Presbyter an/ 9:30 a.m.
Worship 10:30 a.m.
3383 Coastal Hwy. l ursery Provided
Across frc.m Nlfdr[ R.i Park
926-4569
www.wakullapres.org Where Heart and Head FindFaith in God


Crawfordville United Methodist Church
SSunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m.

UN 'Tn Pastor Gary Morris "Coe Grow h s
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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Fellowship Meal 6:00 p.m.
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 7


Thrift Shop Items Are

On Sale At Old Jail


Every Saturday from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m. the Wakulla County
Historical Society will open the
Old Jail Museum Shop to sell
thrift shop items as well as
society publications, mugs,
pens, T-shirts. Christmas orna-
ments and more to raise mo-
ney to complete renovation of
the museum and archives.
The museum is located on
High Drive across from the his-
toric wooden courthouse.
Anyone who would like to
donate items for sale can drop
them off at the old jail during


Ken and Cora Greene of
Crawfordville celebrated their
68th wedding anniversary Sun-
day, July 9. The couple was
married in Wakulla County in
1938.


The Wakulla County Citi-
zens for Humane Animal Treat-
ment (CHAT) will be offering
animal obedience classes.
The puppy classes will be
held for dogsup to five months
old. The program will be held
for four weeks beginning
Wednesday, Aug. 2 at 6 p.m. at
the Wakulla Animal Shelter.
Classes are held in the air con-

Account Set
Up For Pilot
A benefit bank account has
been set up to assist the grand-.
son of Ochlockonee Bay pilot
Al Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald diedin
a single engine plane crash
near the Wakulla County Air-
port.
The benefit account has
been set up in Al's name at
Wakulla Bank. Anyone inter-
ested in donating to the ac-
count may call June Vause at
the Ochlockonee Bay branch at
984-8880. Donations may be
made at any Wakulla Bank
branch.


Ken worked for the Florida
Department ofTransportation.
Corawas a waitress and worked
in retail prior to their retire-
ments.


ditioned CHAT education build-
ing.
Stekhanie Bell is the certi-
fied instructor. Applications
and prepayment may be com-
pleted at the shelter.
An adult and adolescent
class will follow at 7:30 p.m. at
the same time and place. The
class continues for six weeks.
For more information, call
Stephanie Bell at 284-4870.


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Library News


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David Franklin Mercer And Angela F. Spears


Angela F. Spears Is

Engaged To Mercer


Marshall and Janet Spears of
Medart announce the engage-
ment and upcoming wedding
of their daughter, Angela Faith
"Angie" Spears of Medart, to
David Franklin "Frank" Mercer
of Medart. He is the son of the
late Dave G. Mercer, formerly
of Albany, GA, and Leah K.
McGee, formerly of Leesburg,
GA.
,The bride-elect graduated
from Wakulla High School and
worked foi RMS Marine Sup-
ply for 15 years. She is em-


played with RE/MAX Profes-
sional Realty in Panacea.
Her fiance graduated from
Lee County High School and
has been employed by Proctor
and Gamble for 20 years. He is
owner and operator of Frank's
Catering Services in Medart.
The wedding will be held at
sunset, approximately 8:30
p.m.,. Saturday, July 15 at the,
home of Mike and Connie Jett,
199 Chickasaw Drive in. Pana-
cea. All friends and relatives are
invited to attend.


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.w Mr. And-Mrs. Joshua M. Bostick .

Mandy M. Scott And

Bostick Are Married


Mandy M. Scott of Craw-
fordville and Joshua M. Bostick
of Crawfordville were married
in a private family wedding
ceremony Saturday, July 8 at
the home of Josh's grand-
mother, Gladys Slayton, in -
Crawfordville.

The bride is the daughter of
Mary Scott of Woodville. The
groom is the son of Carl and


Joanne Stokley of Crawford-
ville. .
Josh is a graduate of Wa-
kulla High School and is em-
plbyed by High Quality Air in
Crawfordville. Mandy is en-
rolled at the Wakulla Adult
-School n Crawfordville.
Reception was held after
the ceremony at the home, of
Stanley and Sheila Slayton in
Crawfordville.


By DOUG JONES
Director, Wakulla County Public Library
Chetter M. Galloway
Book Feast, the library's
summer reading program, will
feature professional storyteller
Chetter M. Galloway at this
week's "It's Showtime" perfor-
mance. The free program takes
place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday,
July 13. Galloway specializes in
African and African-American
stories including animal adven-
tures, trickster tales and stories
of wisdom.
After earning his Bachelor
of Arts in History at Virginia
Tech, Galloway first experi-
enced the power of storytelling
at the Colonial Williamsburg
Foundation in Williamsburg,
VA. Storytelling became an in-
tegral part of-his life as the
Curator of African-American
Studies for historic Brattonsville
in McConnells, SC and his
work has been featured on TV
shows-an.d. in periodicals
throughout the South.
After honing his craft at East

Residents

Enjoy

Celebration
Fifty-four parade units thrilled
the crowd.'at the annual Sop-
choppy Fourth of July Celebra-
tion Tuesday, July 4. The parade
was the first part of the festi-
val which included entertain-
ment, food booths and the
popular fireworks.
,The parade units repre-
sented law enforcement, veter-
ans, EMS, firefighters, histori-
cal vehicles, dancers, horse rid-
ers, area businesses, churches,
political candidates, county of-
ficials and girl scouts.
Organizer Bill Lowrie said
$50 was presented to each of
the three parade winners in-
cluding the Medart Assembly
of God float in the "Best Deco-
rated Vehicle" division; Kailyn
Radabaugh in the "Best Dressed
Child" division, the Infant Miss
Fourth of July; and the Trail
Riders from Circle C Ranch in
the "Best Dressed'Pet" division.
The prizes were awarded on
the basis of priginality,,,xecu-
tion, and humor within the
spirit of the Fourth of July. An
antique tractor was part of the
parade as well as historical ve-
hicles. Three monster trucks
represented modern transpor-
tation and provided more noise
for the occasion.
Organizers estimated that as
many as 5.000 people attended
the event during the entire day.
In addition to scheduled live
entertainment. karaoke con-
tests a'ere held and the wea-
ther allowed the fireworks dis-
play to-be shot off as sched-
uled.


Tennessee State University's
Master's in Storytelling Pro-
gram, Galloway enjoys the life
of a professional storyteller,
telling stories just as his ances-
tors did and shares his passion,
his calling, with all who will
listen.
Tuesday Outing
At The Library
This week's "Tuesday Out-
ing" field trip adventure.is to
the cool confines of the library
meeting room. Okay, maybe
this isn't exactly a field trip, but
it will be fun. Book Feasters can
sit back and enjoy a movie and
some popcorn in the library's
new meeting room where we
will project the movie "Because
of Winn-Dixie" on the big
screen.
The movie is about a 10-
yea l-bld girl who finds a dog
when she visits Winn-Dixie to


do grocery shopping for her fa-
ther, a pastor in the small
Florida town where they live.
Starring Anna Sophia Robb,
Jeff Daniels and Cicely Tyson,
the movie deals with love, for-
giveness and the importance
of friendship.
The movie will be shown at
2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18.
For those who cannot make
this afternoon presentation,
the movie will be shown again
at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July
.20.
Computer Classes
Library computer instructor
Deanna Ramsey is back teach-
ing a variety of classes over the
\coming weeks. The Microsoft
classes Windows XP II, Word
I, Publisher I, Outlook I, and
Excel II will all be taught be-
fore the month's end. Classes
in searching military records in
the library's HeritageQuest ge-


nealogy database, download-
ing and organizing digital pho-
tos, burning. CDs and eBay a
navigation will also be offered,
Class schedules and their
descriptions can be viewed at
the library web site, www.
wakullalibrary.org or one may
call the library at 926-7415 for
additional information. Ad-
vance registration is required.
Zora Is Comingl
Get to know anthropologist,
folklorist and writer Zora Neale
Hurston, as she tells stories
and sings the songs that she
collected in the turpentine
camps and juke joints during
her work with the WPA in
Florida in the 1920s and 1930s.
Zora will be portrayed by
humanities scholar Phyllis
McEwen at the library on Tues-
day, July 25 at 7 p.m. The pro-
gram- is free and the public is
invited to attend.


Meeting Set For Veterans


A meeting will be held Fri-
day, July 28 from 9 a.m. until 3
,p.m. to help Wakulla County
veterans understand their ben-
efits. The conference will be
held at Pioneer Baptist Church,
486 Beechwood Drive in Craw-
fordville.
The meeting will feature a
number of speakers represent-
ing the VA clinic, Workforce
Center, Rep. Allen Boyd's office,


Senator Bill Nelson's office, the
state Department of Veterans
Affairs, VA regional office and
local officials.
A lunch and refreshments
will be provided and a question
and answer format will be
used. For more information,
call Wakulla County Veteran
Service Officer Alfred Nelson at
926-5289. Spouses and depen-
dents are encouraged to attend.


Fundraiser Rescheduled


A fundraiser to assist Carissa
Thomas of Crawfordville with
expenses associated with an
international modeling and
talent audition in Los Angeles,
CA scheduled for Saturday, July
8 has been postponed until


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 5


Communi


r
OVER THE
OYSTER SHELLS
By Anne Estes

No, no it wasn't Bobby
Bowden and the Seminole
team, only Frank Mercer and
his delicate colored, delicious
looking machine rolling on
down main street. By the way,
the food was really great, all of
it!
During Secretary's Week,
our esteemed Supervisor of
Elections, Sherida Crum, both
secretaries, and myself dis-
cussed while partaking of a re-
ally great Coastal Restaurant
lunch, the situations at hand.
Needless to say, some SITUA-
TIONS were solved and some
were not. Oh well, there's al-
ways another time, another
place. Thanks, Sheridal
For all the good and kind
actions, plus an excellent mail
box repairman, it is time to let
go and say farewell to my
friend, the Honorable Donald
Pelt. We will always remember
you with love.

BUCKHORN
,COMMUNITY
NEWS
By Ethel Skipper

A thought for the week:
Laughter is a gift of God that
brightens our good times and
lightens the rough ones. Laugh-
ter even has a healing quality.
When you feel you cannot
make it through a day, just be-
gin to laugh. One time won't
do it-three laughs will make
you feel better: one for the Fa-
ther, one for the Son and one
for the Holy Spirit. Do it for
several days.
People have gained the
courage to go on in some pain-
ful circumstances when they
were able to laugh. Prov. 17:22
says that a, cheerful,heart is ~"
good medicine. Laughter can
draw others to you and lighten
their load in life. When you
begin to laugh at life andat
yourself you gain new perspec-
tive on things.
A life without laughter be-
comes a breeding ground for
depression, physical illness
and a critical spirit. So cultivate
the spirit in your life by mak-
ing room for more laughter.
Find something to laugh about-
a bird flying in the sky, a pass-
ing car, the heat, cool air, even
laugh when you have pain.


Keep a cheerful heart and
make the face shine bright.
Our prayers and concern go
out to all the sick and shut-in,
those in the hospital, nursing
home, the prison, schools, and
all county, state and world
leaders everywhere.
We wish a happy birthday
to Elizabeth Skipper Clary on
July 18, from your grandpar-
ents. We hope you the best on
your special day.
The Countywide Choir Union
will be held on Sunday at
Macedonia Church at 3 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.


SHi neighbors, .hope every-
one had a safe and happy
Fourth of July. I kinda think
Dale Carraway did since it was
his birthday on July 4.
I did get a real wake up call
the other day when I was told
that my little granddaughter,
Ashelyn Hester, had gone to
,get her learner's license. What
is this? Where is my little 4-
year-old sweet baby girl? And
what did you do with her? This
is what I asked my daughter,
Lisa. They grow \up too fast.
I remember when Ash and
Lauren were arguing about be-
ing a Christian and Ashelyn
said that her mom had not
signed her up for that yet. She
was 4 years old at the time and
Lauren is six months older.
This tells you what busy lives
they lead. Anyway, it was a
shocker to me that my grand-




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children are old enough to
drive now. That ain't right.
Maybe I better look in the mir-
ror one more time.
Let's wish late happy birth-
days to Mary Ward and Mischell
Mansfield on July 2, Allen Lynn
and Norma Folks on July 3, and
Newell Ladd and Dale Carraway
on July 4. And a very happy
belated anniversary to Alethea
and Everette Roberts on July 7.
This woman needs a medal.
On our prayer list please
remember Ray Moore and his
family due to. the loss of his
sister in Texas. And keep
Newell Ladd, Thelma Murphy,
Kathleen Howard, Benita Triplett
and family, Daniel Stewart and
all of those not named here on
your prayer list. Pray for our
town, our families and pray for
peace.
Thought for the week: Let
me remember that every word
I speak and everything I do
affects someone else.
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TO THE PUBLIC. WE WELCOME YOUR COMMENTS/PARTICIPATION.
Wakulla County does not discriminate on the basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, Religion, and Age or Handicapped status
in employment or the provision of services. Handicapped individuals may receive special accommodations with one working day's
notice as per section 286.01 (6)F.S. If special accommodations are required, please call (850) 926-0919,TDD (850) 926-1201.
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People


Tail

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By HEIDE CLIFTON
President, CHAT of Wakulla Inc.
www.chatofwakulla.org
Summertime is hard on ani-
mals and the following story
is about an event that hap-
pened just recently.
A very nice woman came to
the shelter to adopt an animal
from us. Her 4-year-old lab just
passed away and she.needed
another animal in her life. The
way her dog died was rather
tragic and will demonstrate
how easy it is for the heat to
kill.
The lady had to leave town
and had asked one of her rela-
tives to take care of her lab
while she was gone. The home
was surrounded by a chain link
fence, but somehow the ani-
mal managed to dig out.
The person in charge of the
dog did not want to leave the
dog in the chain link fenced
yard and decided to put the
animal in the sunroom. The
room had no shade and no
ventilation and the tempera-
ture reached an incredible 120
F. The animal died within a
few hours.
Make sure that there is
plenty of water and shade
available. If you leave your ani-
mal inside your house without
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ventilation or A/C, the same
thing can happen to your dog.
Always figure that the electric-
ity could go out while you are
gone and temperatures can rise
to a point that your animal
could not be able to cope with.
The Wakulla Sheriff's Office
and CHAT qf Wakulla will
sponsor the second annual
Paws Poker Run. The date is set
for Sept. 30. More details will
be announced as soon as they
become available. The monies
raised will be used for the ben-
efit of the animals at the shel-
ter and to help with projects
concerning animal health and
well being within the Wakulla
County community.
If you 'would like to volun-
teer at the shelter, please get
in touch with Cathy Sherman,
volunteer coordinator, at 264-
4511. Our adoption volunteers
will be at Petco on July 17.
Other volunteers will be at the
CHIP and.DIP at the shelter
from 11 a:m. to 2 p.m. on the
same day.
Please, have your animals
spayed/neutered. If you need
assistance, please call the shel-
ter at 926-0890. CHAT and the
shelter can help.


Summer

Social Is Set
The Wakulla County Cham-
'ber of Commerce will host a
Summer Social Thursday, July
20 at 6630 p.m. at the St. Marks
Yacht Club.
Embarq will be sponsoring
the event to celebrate the
launch of their new logo and
image. The former Sprint rep-
resentatives will be at the so-
cial presenting their voice, data,
Internet and wireless products
and ideas.
Dinner will be a Panacea
shrimp boil, Greek salad and
garlic bread. Dessert will be
homemade lemon bars and
brownies provided by the
events committee.
Seating is limited and cham-
ber of commerce members are
asked to call or e-mail their res-
ervation as soon as possible.
The RSVP deadline is Friday,
July 14. Call the chamber office
at 926-1848 or e-mail to wakulla,
cochamber@earthlink.net.
The chamber of commerce
coordinates one event per
month giving members the
opportunity, to socialize and
network. In addition to the
monthly events, the chamber
is working to promote Wakulla
County and the business com-
munity. For more information
about the chamber, call 926-
1848.


All seminars will be held at the Wakulla County Senior Citizen Center
(33 Michael Drive, Crawfordville).


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11:00 A.M.
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 9


Business



Discover Pleasure Of Books


By GEORGE GRIFFIN
Special to The News
Unpretentious yet well placed,
on the corner of Rose and Mu-
nicipal in Sopchoppy, The Book
and Art TeaRoom was started
in April of 2003 by Helen
Livingston and her daughter,
Tina Fleming. Livingston
wanted to recreate her own
experience of books and book-
stores when she was a young
adult.
"The mystique, intrigue,
pleasure and meaningfulness
of discovery through books
has been an important experi-
ence for me that I wanted to
share with others," Livingston
related with a warm smile.
'Livingston has fond memo-
ries of books as a child. "We
never threw a book away. The
one closet we had as I was
growing up in Alabama was
fill of books," she pointed out
with a laugh.
"Livingston and Fleming
started out in a small space
next door on Municipal Ave.
that now is home to From The
Heart Massage. After the first
year, they moved' into their
present location with consid-
erably more space. Both
Lvingston and Fleming, said
that the space is just right now
for the two of them to. main-
tain and be happy with.
The store is. full without
being cluttered, the books

Workers Can

Get Language

Assistance
Wakulla County workers
needing assistance in breaking
down the barriers of the En-
glish language are now eligible
for scholarship assistance,
thanks to a gift from a pair of
local business owners. Mitch
Hampton and Carol J. Barineau,
ox ers of.Wakulla Lumber and
Tritsses. have established a
scholarship fund to help work-
ers acquire English as a second
language, a skill that can be
picked up through courses of-
fered at Tallahassee Commu-
nity College's Wakulla Center.
Buoyed by the desire to
help their own employees as
well as others with similar lan-
guage needs, the efforts of
Hampton and Barineau will
better the lives of Wakulla
County employees and im-
prove their ability to contrib-
ute more fully to the commu-
nity. Wakulla Lumber and
Trusses is part of.Wakulla
County's booming small busi-
nesses community, many of
%whom employ a large number
of non-English speaking em-
ployees. The owners are opti-
mistic that their scholarship
will be matched by the state,
further expanding the learning
opportunities for their employ-
ees.
The Wakulla Center is now
offering English as a Second
Language courses on Wednes-
day evenings from 6:30 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. Because scholarships
are now available, the center
hopes to expand the number
of participants in the classes
and eventually increase the
number of times each course
is offered. To register or for
more information on courses
and scholarship opportunities,
call The Wakulla Center at (850)
922-6290.


Helen Livingston With Tina Fleming At Shop ,


richly accompanied by the art
of local artists. Along with
Fleming who is an artist her-
self, there are the works of
George Eliot, John Hitron, Ann
Causseux, Ed Revel, Mavis
LaBounty, Carolyn Flowers,
George Weymouth and John
Klein.
In one corner are several
tables where teas, coffees,
scones (made by Livingston
there) and crumpets are served.
An Englishwoman came in re-
cently and was pleasantly sur-
prised to be offered clotted
cream with her tea and scones.
Eight different teas along with
cappuccino, expresso and latte
are served daily.
Belonging to the American
Independent Booksellers Asso-
ciation assists The Book & Art
TeaRoom with promotion and
to offer books at competitive
prices. The store has an excel-
lent section of books about
Florida and children's books
are displayed against one wall.
Russell Fleming, age 7, son of
,Tina and grandson of Helen.
can sometimes be found at the
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store "shopping" in the children's
section.
Fleming also does framing.
Starting out to help local art-
ists with their framing needs,
the framing now brings its
own repeat business. Although
it is custom framing, the prices
are competitive with what one
would pay in Tallahassee.
Fleming even got in some old
barn wood framing especially
for any beach, seaside or nau-
tical themed artwork.
Yet another service the two
women provide is a monthly
book club, which meets there
at the bookstore every third
Thursday of the month at 6
p.m.
Local authors, tapes by lo-
cal musicians, local artists-
Livingston and Fleming remark
that people come in and are
"surprised at the level of tal-
ent offered by local people and
the unusual range of books on
display."
The hours for the Book &
Art TeaRoom are Wednesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. and Friday until 7 p.m.
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Outdoors


By GEORGE WEYMOUTH
Granfy\was wrong, dead
wrong. She believed its breath
alone could kill you and, even
though I was just a child, that
I could not buyl She also be-
lieved it could sting you vio-
lently with its tail which I re-
Sfused to believe. My deceased
grandmother, Jessy Hays (bless
Sher 'ol heart), had been born
back about the 1880s or so and
Still hung on to many supersti-
tions, including the "puff
Sadder" story.
When I was about 8 years
old, I found one of them cross-
ing our lane and figured it was
a copperhead. I killed it with a
Shoe, only to find that each half,
When laid with the hoe, even
Sin' branches, insisted on turn-
ing belly side up!
When Eloise, my former
wife, and I first toured the sce-
,nic and wild roads of Wakulla
SCounty, the very first snake we
found was one of these "puff
adders," also called spreading
Sadder, stinging adder, etc.
What I'm describing is a real
character of the reptile world.
They belong to the family
Heterodon and their common
"book" name is the hognose
snake.
SFor a snake normally only
about one foot in length to
Shave achieved such notoriety
Sis not hard to realize once
you've come across a few or
had them as "pets" like I've
had.
To begin with, this creature
is totally harmless. They refuse
to bite and, if they did, they'd
have a hard time hurting you
for they've got only two signifi-
cant teeth located in the very
rear of their mouth. These two
teeth are placed in that loca-
tion for a very good reason.
These serpents feed only on
toads and use their "hog nose"
to shovel under debris to find
their prey. This is why they've
got the up-turned snout. .
When a toad is located,
they'll grab it and the toad will


New Method

Is In Effect
A standard method for an-
glers to measure saltwater fish
accurately took effect July 1. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission (FWC) is
implementing a series of rules
approved last year to clarify'
and standardize how to mea-
sure the total length of saltwa-
ter fish.
Saltwater fish are divided
into two categories. Fish that
have "flat" or irregular shaped
tails are measured by "total
length." Fish that have forked
or angled tails are commonly
measured by "fork length."
New rules provide that salt-
water fish that are regulated by
total length must be measured
by determining the straight-
line distance from the most
forward point of the head with
the mouth closed, to the far-
thest tip of the tail with the tail
compressed or squeezed to-
gether, while the fish is lying
on its side.
The method is sometimes
called "squeezing" or "pinch-
ing" the fish tail, which essen-
tially involves measuring the
maximum possible lngth of
the fish.
The total length measure-
ment is used to measure the
snapper and grouper family,
red and black drum, snook,
spotted seatrout,,weakfish, trip-
letail, bonefish, sheepshead,
flounder and a variety of
aquarium species such as an-
gelfish.
No change has been made
to the "fork length" fish, which
should still be measured to the
rear center edge or "V" of the
tail. They include amberjack
and rudderfish, hogfish, dol-
phin, cdbia, mullet, bluefish,
king and Spanish mackerel,
permit, pompano, African pom-
pano and gray triggerfish.


immediately swell up. This
swelling achieves two means
of defense for the toads. It
stretches the skin, forcing out
an extremely bitter toxic fluid
from the toad's warts, or
bumps, (remember that true
frogs normally don't have
warts, just-true toads), This
toxin is so strong in some spe-
cies of toads that it can kill a
dogl That's why you'll only see
a dog play with a toad once, if
ever; the dog learns fast
The toad's other means of
defense is to swell up so large
that it can't be swallowed: If it
weren't for those two teeth, the
small hognose would many
times be unable to swallow
these puffed up toads, but with
these teeth they simply deflate
the toad!
Because these teeth are lo-
cated so far back in the mouth,
biting to defend itself is use-
less, for then teeth up front
would be more useful. So, if the
hognose snake does strike at
your hand, it'll do so with a
closed mouth. They will occa-
sionally strike and you'll feel
something fairly sharp hitting
you; it will be their shovel
snout only.
Usually when you walk up
to them, since they are a fairly
short, stout-bodied snake, they
can't crawl off fast and seem
to realize they can't escape and
couldn't hurt you if they did
attempt to bite. For this reason,
they flatten out their entire
body, especially the neck, and
raise up to look like a cobra
(hence the spreading viper).
Then, they'll hiss very loudly
thence puff Wdder):They'll also
curl their tail up, which looks
like a coiled stinger thence
stinging adder). Their bluff is
unreal!
If you continue to harass
this creature, they'll suddenly
flip over on their back, go into
writhing -spasms, dragging
their tongue into the dust with
the mouth agape, and pretend
to die right on the spot. If you
pick them up and place them
again right side up, they'll im-
mediately roll over again!

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Nathan Shaw, 13, of Ochlockonee Bay recently caught a 130
pound bull shark off a seawall near his home. He was fish-
ing with some friends when he landed it. Shaw caught an-
other bull shark the previous day but the fish got away with
the gaff still in his mouth. His mother asked anyone, catch-
ing a bull shark with a gaff in its mouth to please return the
gaff to Nathan.

Relay Program To Start


The oyster relay program
will be getting underway later
this month, and fishermen
who are interested in participat-
ing should contact Boots Por-

Cruise Slated
Wakulla Springs Stat'e, ark
will host an evening cruise Sat-
urday. Julyt,115. at,7:,p.R.
Guests are invited to top off
their day with a journey on the
Wakulla River. Dinner is avail-
able at the historic Wakulla
Springs Lodge following the
tour.
The tour is $8 for adults and
$6 for, children. Reservations
are :ggested. Advance reser-
vations are also suggested for
dinner.
Fpfmore information, call
the park at 224-5950.


Holiday Catch
The Harvey fishing party from Crawfordville caught a 10
pound largemouth black bass that was 26 inches long in the
St. Johns River neat Astor, FL on July 4. Father Dennis Harvey
caught the fish using crank bait along with his son, Shawn
Harvey, and two of his five grandsons, Owen Harvey, 9 months
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areas where manatees are
sighted.
Tuesday, July 4
10:20 a.m. -Two adults at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
Wednesday, July 5
8:30 a.m. One adult at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
11:30 a.m. Three adults and a baby at Mysterious Waters, Wakulla River.
Thursday, July 6
9:15 a.m. One adult headed down river at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
9:50 a.m. One adult headed up river at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
Noon Two adults at Mysterious Waters, Wakulla River.
12:50 p.m. One adult feeding at T-n-T Hideaway, Wakulla River.
3:45 p.m. Two adults and baby at powerlines, Wakulla River.
Friday, July 7
From 8 to 10:15 a.m. One adult feeding at T-n-T Hideaway, Wakulla
River.
1:15 p.m. One adult headed up river at lower bridge, Wakulla River.
Sunday, July 9
10:15 a.m. One adult at Mysterious Waters, Wakulla River.
Monday, July 10
1:20 p.m. One adult at lower bridge heading up river, Wakulla River.
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Jul 13, 06 4:58 AM 10:24 AM 4:02 PM 11:27 PM
Fri 2.6 ft. 0.9 ft. 3.1 ft.
Jul 14, 06 5:30 AM 11:13 AM 4:53 PM
Sat -0.0 ft. 2.6 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.8 ft.
Jul 15, 06 12:02 AM 6:01 AM 12:07 PM 5:48 PM
Sun 0.3 ft. 2.7 ft. 0.7 ft. 2.4 ft.
Jul 16, 06 12:37 AM 6:33 AM 1:07 PM 6:53 PM
Mon 0.7 ft. 2.7 ft. 0.6 ft. 2.1 ft.
Jul 17, 06 1:14 AM 7:07 AM 2:19 PM 8:16 PM
Tue 1.1 ft. 2.7 ft., 0.5 ft. 1.9 ft.
Jul 18, 06 1:53 AM 7:48 AM 3:43'PM 10:02 PM
Wed 1.4 ft.. 2.7 ft.', 0.3 ft.,, 2.0 ft.
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Date High Low High Low High
Thu 3.5 ft. 1.6 ft. 4.4 ft. -0.5 ft.
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Sat 3.6 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.8.ft;-
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Sun 0.5 ft. 3.6 ft. 1.0 ft. 3.3 ft.
Jul 16, 06 12:23 AM 6:38 AM 12:53.PM 6:58 PM
Mon 1.1 ft. 3.7 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.9 ft.
Jul 17, 06 : 1:00 AM 7:12 AM 2:05 PM 8:21 PM
Tue .- 1.6 ft. 3.7 ft. 0.7 ft. 2.6 ft.
Jul 18,.06 1:39 AM 7:53 AM 3:29 PM 10:07 PM
Wed 2.1 ft. 3.7ft. 0.4 ft. 2.7 ft.
Jul 19,06 2:27 AM 8:45'AM 4:57 PM 11:51 PM


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Thu 2.6 ft., 1.8 ft. 3.3 ft. -0.3 ft.
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Fri 2.5 ft. 1.6 ft. 3.1 ft. 0.0 ft.
Jul 14, 06 6:38.AM 10:20 AM 4:30 PM 11:23PM
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Saturday was filled with ac-
tivities at Shell Point. Bright
and 'early the Apalachee Bay
Yacht Club and the Beachton
Yacht Club (Thomasville, GA)
held their annual joint regatta.
A picnic luncheon was held in
the new Shell Point pavilion.
There were several races held
in two classes...the Puffin class
that is usually raced at Shell
Point and the Sunfish class for
the sailboats that came from
Thomasville.
Flotilla 13 member Jim
McGill always races in the din-
ghy race and, true to form, he
finished last again. Jim said he
was glad to be last as he got
to see everyone else finish the
race.

As the readers know, they
never know what to expect in
this column. Normally, it is lim-
ited to just Coast Guard Auxil-
iary news, but occasionally
there is a deviation from this
policy. As so it is this week.
Flotilla 13 member Glenn
Edrington is in the Naval Re-
serves and played an impor-
tant role in a retirement cer-
emony Saturday. This cer-
emonyis always.so impressive
that I asked Glenn to cover the
event for me. His report, al-
though long for inclusion in
the column, was so awesome
that it is being shared with the
readers with very little editing.
Senior Chief Fire Control
(Submarines) Glen L Edrington,


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or 893-5137
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Graham, Brainard And Edrington


Navy Operations Support Cen-
ter Tallahassee CPOA, wrote
"This past Saturday, family
members, fellow sailors and
civilians alike were mustered
at Shell Point, FL to bid fair.
winds and following seas to
three shipmates: Senior Chief
Hospital Corpsman (Fleet Ma-
rine Force) Robert P. Asztalos;
Chief Hospital Corpsman (Fleet
Marine Force) Raymond Allum;
and Chief Hospital Corpsman
Richard Hooks.
"We participated in one of
the Navy's oldest time honored
traditions of retirement, a time,
mixed with many emotions of
joy, honor and excitement. We
celebrated the three sailors'
achievements with one final
voyage aboard the Naval JROTC
Sailing Ship Majestic.
"The sailors were piped
aboard the Majestic at 1030
hours. She set sail and an-
chored in front of the.beach at
Shell Point. There, as a cool
breeze blew from the east,
speeches were made in recog-


nition of the sailors service tod
theirjicountry. And, for a brief
moment, the roar of the jet skis
slov ed, sailboats stood in
irondand sun bathers stood as
we paid honor to our ship-
maths.
"The' Majestic returned to
port at 1100 hours where the
reading of The Watch was per-
formed prior to the sailors be-
ing piped ashore for the last
time."
The Watch
For over twenty years, this
sailor has stood the watch.
While some of us were in
our bunks at night, this sailor
stood the watch.
While some of us were in
school learning our trade, this
shipmate stood the watch.
Yes, even before some of us
were born into this world, this
shipmate-stood the watch.
In those years when the
storm clouds of war were seen
brewing on the horizon of his-
tory, this shipmate stood the
watch.


Many times he would cast
an eye ashore and see his fam-
ily standing there, needing his
guidance and help, needing
the hand to hold during those
hard times, but he stood the
watch.
H"" He stood the' natch for
twenty years. 'He 'stood the
watch so that we, our families
and our fellow countrymen
could sleep soundly in safety
each and every night, knowing
that a sailor stood the watch.
Today we are here to say,
"Shipmate, the watch stands
reliieed-relieyedby.those you
have trained, guided and led;
Shipmate, you stand relieved,
We have the watch." '
"Boatswain, standby to pipe
the side. Shipmate'"' going
ashore."
The boatswain piping the
side honored the sailors: This
order has been.passedIon na-
val ships from the'1500s
through today. Spanish, French,
English, Dutch, yes, all navies
of the world use the boat.
swain, sideboys and call to
bring aboard or send a hore all
ship's company officers, visit-
ing officers, dignitaries and
VIPs.
The sideboys would haul
on the ropes and raise or
lower the boarding platform
so officers would not have to
climb the rat lines (which
were hanging over the side
and used by the enlisted crew)
when going ashore or to get.
aboard. This honor was ex-
tended to visiting officers, dig-
nitaries and other officials.
It was not uncommon for
the Commanding Officer Qf a
. ship to order iip the jolly boat,
a crew of.eight strong backs,
sideboys, and boastswain to
send an old shipmate to his
shore retirement, home, never
to sail on naval ships again.
"All hands on deck" was
passed, speeches were made
about great victories, battles
fought upon open sea, raging
storms weathered, and voy-
ages and strange lands with
ports-of-call others only dream
about.
As the boatswain's piping
faded, a gathering came to
Paradise Village for the con-
clusion of the festivities.

Saturday night, Flotilla 13"
held its meeting, as usual, at
our Shell Point station, but
that was the only thing that
was "as usual." When we ar-
rived at 6 p.m. for the staff
meeting, we found the build-
ing beautifully decorated for
the 8 p.m. wedding.
John Edrington, our Flotilla


Commander, announced that,
both the staff and regular
meeting would be condensed
and, instead of having -our
usual pot-luck supper after-
wards, we would have a "Dutch
treat" dinner at Riverside by
the Bay.
The highlight of the meet-
ing was the swearing in of
two new members, Yvette Gra-
ham and Aidan Brainard.

Carolyn Brown Treadon of
Flotilla '12 reported on their,
week in review:
First, a correction for last
week's report. Ms. Ora Hall is
not retiring from her work at
the railroad station in Tallahas-
see. Her job duties have
changed and she will no longer
be responsible for the sched-
uling of the community room.
We apologize for the misrep-
ieseitation.
This week, Mark Rosen, Rich
Rasmussen and Dave Guttman
were on patrol with Steve Hults
on radio. It was an uneventful
day. Steve used the afternoon


to check out the reaches of our
radio and was able to clearly
communicate with marinas as
far 'east as Keaton Beach and
westward to Carrabelle.
We routinely maintain con-
tact with Station Panama City,
but they also have a much
stronger antenna than the -av-
erage civilian. This is good in-
formation for us to have in the
event of a storm or other event
in which the auxiliary can as-
sist with relaying information.
Saturday evening, members
of Flotilla 12 combined a cook-
out with their meeting. First,
they enjoyed grilled burgers
and hot dogs with all the tra-
ditional sides. Afterwards, we
held an abbreviated meeting.
Congratulations are in order
of Chuck Hickman who re-
ceived his official membership
certificate. While Chuck has
been an official member for
some time, the certificate has
been slow in coming.
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Date High Low High Low High
Thu 3.5 ft. 1.5 ft. 4.3 ft. -0.5 ft.
Jul 13,06 5:06 AM 10:13 AM 4:10 PM 11:16PM
Fri 3.5 ft. 1.3 ft. 4.1 ft. -0.0 ft.
Jul 14,06 5:38 AM 11:02 AM 5:01 PM 11:51 PM
Sat 3.5 ft. 1.1 ft. 3.7 ft.
Jul15, 06 6:09 AM 11:56 AM 5:56 PM
Sun 0.5 ft. 3.6 ft. 0.9 ft. 3.2 ft.
Jul 16, 06 12:26 AM 6:41 AM 12:56 PM 7:01 PM
Mon 1.0 ft. 3.6 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.8 ft.
Jul 17, 06 1:03 AM 7:15 AM 2:08 PM 8:24 PM
Tue 1.5 ft. 3.6 ft. 0.6 ft. 2.6 ft.
Jul 18, 06 1:42 AM 7:56 AM 3:32 PM 10:10 PM
Wed 1.9 ft. 3.6 ft. 0.4 ft. 2.6 ft.
Jul 19, 06 2:30 AM 8:48 AM 5:00 PM 11:54 PM


Alligator Point, Ochlockonee Bay


Sunday
4:55 am
5:20 pm

11:05 am
11:35 pm


Chuck Hickman


Date High Low High Low High
Thu 3.2.ft. 1.4 ft. 4.0 ft.
Jul 13, 06 5:42 AM 11:17 AM 4:46 PM
Fri -0.4 ft. 3.2 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.8 ft.
Jul 14, 06 12:20 AM 6:14 AM 12:06 PM 5:37 PM
Sat -0.0 ft. 3.3 ft. 1.0 ft. 3.4 ft.
Jul15, 06 12:55 AM 6:45 AM 1:00 PM 6:32 PM
Sun 0.4 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.8 ft. 3.0 ft.
Jul 16, 06 1:30 AM 7:17 AM 2:00 PM 7:37 PM
Mon 0.9 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.7 ft. 2.6 ft.
Jul 17, 06 2:07 AM 7:51 AM 3:12 PM 9:00 PM
Tue 1.4 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.6 ft. 2.4 ft.
Jul 18, 06 2:46 AM 8:32 AM 4:36 PM 10:46 PM
Wed 1.7 ft. 3.3 ft. 0.4 ft.
Jul 19, 06 3:34 AM 9:24 AM 6:04 PM


St. Teresa, Turkey Pt.

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 2.7 ft. 1.5 ft. 3.4 ft. -0.4 ft.
Jul 13, 06 4:50 AM 9:52 AM 3:54 PM 10:55 PM
Fri 2.7 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.2 ft. -0.0 ft.
Jul 14, 06 5:22 AM 10:41 AM 4:45 PM 11:30 PM
Sat 2.7 ft. 1.0 ft. 2.9 ft.
Jul 15, 06 5:53 AM 11:35 AM 5:40 PM
Sun 0.5 ft. 2.8 ft. 0.9 ft. .2.5 ft.
Jul 16, 06 12:05 AM 6:25 AM 12:35 PM 6:45 PM
Mon 1.0 ft. 2.8 ft. 0.8 ft. 2.2 ft.
Jul 17, 06 12:42 AM 6:59 AM 1:47 PM 8:08 PM
Tue 1.5ft. 2.8 ft. 0.6 ft. 2.0 ft.
Jul 18, 06 1:21 AM 7:40 AM 3:11 PM 9:54 PM
Wed 1.9 ft. 2.8 ft. 0.4 ft. 2.0 ft.
Jul 19, 06 2:09 AM 8:32 AM 4:39 PM 11:38 PM


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2 Hrs., 31 Min.
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Sports


. Briggs Brothers Swim For ATAC
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Riversprings Bears Cheerleaders Participated In Summer Camp

Bears Receive Awards At Camp


The Riversprings Beas cheer-
leaders recently returned from
a cheerleading camp in Panama
City with several'awards. Spon-
sor hMndy Zinser and her as-
sistant, Megan Weems. took
the girls to Panama City June
28 through July 1.

The squad received a second
place in the Home Pom dance
competition. They also received
two awards, an excellent and a


superior, for one of their rou-
tines. They received two supe-
rior ratings for their camp
Sheer.
SThe team received a. spirit
stick for every day they at-,
tended the camp. Six eighth
grade girls t6ci part in a try-
out for the All-Stat cheerlead-
ing squad and. Kelsey.AWeems'
was selected to the squad, ,
'The 16. team members r e-
resent the seventh and eight


grade at Riversprings. The
squad includes captains Kelsey
Weems and Kerri Johnson,
Avery Lejeune, Shelby Davis,
Carly Bostick, Holly Harper,
Crystal Womble, Chelseyn
Cogland. Tor-Maulden, Anian-
da, Piland, Lelah Kelly, Alexis
Collins, Lani Atkins, Terri Jo
Shiver, Caitlin Lentz and Amy
Parmer.
The girls will cheer for the
Bears beginning in August.
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Crawfordville residents and
brothers, Mathue and Jo'ey
Briggs, seventh and sixth grad-
ers at Riversprings Middle
School respectively, earned
positions on the ATAC (Area
Tallahassee Aquatic Club) Jun-
ior Olympic Relay teams.

WHS Football

Practice Starts
Wakulla High School Foot-
..ball Coach Scott Klees an-
nounced that practice sessions
for the 2006 season will begin
Monday, July 31. Varsity play-
ers will practice from 9 a.m.
until 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. until 7
p.m. until the beginning of
school.
Junior varsity players will
start practice the same day but
will only have one session
from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
All players must have their
physical forms completed and
turned in to coaches prior to
July 31 to be allowed to partici-
pate in the July 31 sessions.
Players who need physical
forms may get them from
Wakulla High School.


The swimmers will be at-
tending the 2006 Swimming
Summer Junior Olympic Cham-
pionships which will be held
July 20 through July 23 at the
University of Florida, Stephen
C. O'Coinell Center in Gaines-
ville.
ATAC Head Coach Terry
Maul and assistant coaches Bill
Wells and Liza Elder, also a resi-
dent of Wakulla County, will be
accompanying the boys with 24


other ATAC Junior Olympic
qualifying swimmers from the
Tallahassee area.
Mathue will be swimming
the 200 meter freestyle and
medley relays and the 400
meter freestyle and medley re-
lays in the age 11 and 12 divi-
sion. Joey will be swimming
the 200 meter freestyle and
medley relays in the age 10 and
under division.


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Wakulla Team Won Three Games In Tournament


Wakulla Players Finished Third


JOHN DEER
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The Wakulla County age 12
and under baseball All-Stars
placed third in the state in the-
recently completed state tour-
nament in FernandinaaBeach.
Wakulla lost the first game
against Fort Caroline 8-5 in
seven innings after not being
able to hold a three run lead
against defending champions.
Regular length games are six
innings.
Wakulla rebounded to beat
Cedar Hills of Jacksonville 8-6
Sin the second game and topped
Starke Bradford County 2-1 in


Former Wakulla War Eagle
football star Eli Nichols has
been put on the 2006 Lott Tro-
phy Watch List. Nichols is a
senior at Duke and the son of
John and Susan Nichols of
Crawfordville.
The award is named after
Ha ir-&me NFL player Ronnie
Lott and awardedd to the "de-
fensive IMPACTPTayer. of the
year" in college football. The
award is in its third year and
recognizes athletic perfor-
mance and personal character
attributes of the player.


the third, gamee. Fernandina
Beach,fell'to Wakulla 8-4 before
the Wakulla star~'were elimi-
niated by Julington Creek of
Jacksonville 7-0. Wakulla fin-
ished 3-2.

Wakulla was led by Jordan
Montagute, Dillon Norman,


Nichols is 6 foot, 4 inches
tall and weighs 260 pounds. He
had 48 tackles, eight tackles for
loss and three sacks last year
while receiving Second Team
Academic All-America honors
at the Durham, NC school.

The award is sponsored by
the Pacific Club IMPACT Foun-
dation. The athlete who wins
the award must display Integ-
rily, Maturity, Performance,
Academics -Gbommunity and/
Tenacity (IMPACT). The winner
will be'announced Dec. 10.


Josh Colns, Dalton Norman,
Jake Walker, Matt Briggs, Travis
Hinsey., Deonte Hutchinson,
Marshane Godbolt, Steven
Urling, Garrett Johnson, Adam
Evans anfd Patrick Meeks. The
coaches were Buddy Montague,
Mike Montague and Shannon
Smith.


All-Stars Finish Fourth

The 2006 Wakulla age 11 and offs which were held in Fer-


under baseball All'tars fin-
ished fourth in the state play-


Snandina Beach July .6 through
July 9. The competition in-
cluded eight other teams from
the Tallahassee and Jackson-
ville areas.
Wakulla opened play with a
10-0 win over the host-:Fe~'r-
nandinazeach'team. After
dr9ppng a 9-4 game against
Marietta Bullbay, Wakulla won
a tight 7-6 decision against Tal-
lahassee Meridian Park. The
tourney ended with a loss to
the Ponte'Vedra All-Stars.
"The. 11 and under team
demonstrated exceptional tal-
ent and sportsmanship to end
one of the best seasons in the
division's history of post-sea-
son play," said the coaches.
The team members were
Jeffery Barnes, Jack Battle,
Lance Barwick, Dalton Dugger,
Sheldon Johnson, Tyler Kreps,
Jake Lord, Brandon Nichols,
Colton Pelt, Michael Sarvis and
Jacob Walker. The coaches were
Joey Lord, Randy Barnes and
Bobbie Dugger.
The coaches thanked their
team sponsors for their gener-
ous financial support and par-
ents and friends who traveled
to the east coast of Florida to
support the squad,
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Tax Roll


Continued from Page 1
with, up from $1,167,625,479
last year. The county's tangible
personal property increased
from $107 million in 2005 to
$118,233,345 in 2006. Tangible
personal property is furnish-
ings, fixtures and equipment
within businesses.
Tangible personal property
has climbed from $100 to $118
million in the past five years.
Burke said the county has
picked up additional tangible
personal property from new
businesses and taxes on utili-
ties such as cable, fiber optics
and electricity.
New construction accounted
for $86,676,999 of the tax roll.
in 2006, up from $66.5 million
in 2005 and $41.9 million in
2004.
The tax roll increase will not
necessarily translate into large
tax increases for property own-
ers with homestead exemp-
tions. Those parcels are pro-
tected by Amendment 10. Their
tax increases will be three per-
cent. Properties not protected
by Amendment 10 may see
higher increases.
But Burke said Wakulla
County began experiencing a
slow down in the real estate
market in October 2005, par-
ticularly along the coast where
sales slowed way down. "Other
property appraisers across the
panhandle observed the same
thing," said Burke. The final
quarter of 2005 did not have
nearly as many coastal real es-
tate transactions as the first,
three quarters of the year.
"Realestate has gone into
transition," said Burke. "There
has been a dramatic change
along the coast and sales in-
land are not as robust."
Hurricane damage deleted
approximately $1.3 million off
the tax roll with most of the
damage coming from Hurri-
cane Dennis. Burke estimated
that as many as 20 homes were
removed from the tax rdll com-
pletely after the hurricane.
Some parcels received a reduc-
tion of tax value following
storm damage surveys that
were mailed out last year.
The Florida DOR conducted
an nmdepth tax study in 2003
and 2005 and will have another
in 2007. The property value in-
creases are reflected by sales
transactions and a reevaluation
of both residential and com-
,mercial properties.
Wakulla County has one in-
corporated community, St.
Marks, that charges ad valorem
taxes to city residents. St.
Marks' taxable value for oper-
ating millages increased from
$20 million.in 2004 to $36 mil-
lion in 2005 to $40,070,932 in
2006. Tangible personal prop-
erty shrunk from $2.7 million
last year to $2,379,032 in 2006.
Burke said storm damage to
St. Marks businesses accounted
for much of the drop in the
tangible personal property
taxes within the city.
Ahrendt said the 2006 tax
roll represents an increase of
26 percent over 2005. Ahrendt
sent letters to school Superin-
tendent David Miller and
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the local leaders to "roll back
millage rates and provide the
good people of Wakulla County
a break from the burden of in-
creased property taxes."
"Looking down the road to
next year and beyond, in-
creases in gross receipts tax on
utilities, motor vehicle license
taxes, impact fees and other
sources of revenue for the
county should continue to in-
crease as the fiscal impact of
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to be felt," said the property
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days to review Ahrendt's docu-
ments and approve the tax roll.
The taxing authorities will re-
ceive the approved tax roll
numbers from the state and
can begin building budgets for
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Ahrendt said the Truth In
Millage (TRIM) notices must be
mailed by Aug. 24. The notices
project what taxpayers will owe
in taxes as well as reflecting the
assessed value of the property.
The Wakulla TRIM notices will
be sent to property owners by
Aug. 17.
Taxpayers have 25 days in
which to appeal their assessed
value if they feel the value is
in error. If the taxpayers are
unable to work out their differ-
ences with Ahrendt, they may
appear before the Value Adjust-
ment Board in late September
or early October.
The Value Adjustment Board
is made up of school board
members and county commis-
sioners who hold a meeting
,later in the year to hear any
appeals of the assessed value
rates from the public.
After the final tax roll is ap-
proved, Ahrendt will pass the
tax roll on to Tax Collector
Cheryll Olah for collection. Tax
bills will be mailed in Novem-
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only $125 million in 1984.
Burke said the tax roll pro-
cess was easier in 2006 as the
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City To Make Donation To Project Lifesaver


By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
Of The Wakulla News
The Sopchoppy City Com-
mission watched a presenta-
tion this week on a new local
program to help find missing
people with Alzheimer's and
other brain disorders. Later in
the meeting, the city commis-
sion approved spending money
just over $1,000 to provide
radio bracelets for three area
residents.
Capt. Randall Taylor of the
Wakulla County Sheriff's Office
gave a presentation on Project
Lifesaver at the city commis-
sion meeting on Monday, July
10.-Taylor said the Wakulla
County Commission spent
some $5,600 to purchase the
search and rescue equipment,
but estimated another $11,000
would be needed in donations
to purchase 30 transmitters and
pay for a year's maintenance.
The plastic bracelets are
similar to a hospital band, that
is fitted with a low-frequency
transmitter that allows search-
ers to find a lost person usu-
ally within 30 minutes.
The project is geared toward
People with Alzheimer's and
other forms of senile demen-
tia, as well as those with
Down's Syndrome or autism.
Capt. Taylor said that 59 per-
cent of people with Alzheimer's
wander and 72 percent of those
Sander repeatedly. "If they are
not found within 24 hours,"
Taylor said, "there's only a 50
percent chance they will be re-
Scovered alive."
S Last year, the sheriff's de-
partment was involved in a 20
Hour search for an elderly man
Swho had wandered away'from
Sthe nursing home in Medart.
When the weather cleared, the
man was finally spotted by a
helicopter in the woods where
, he had laid down in a fire
break. When he was rescued.
the man was dehydrated and
confused but, otherwise okay.
Such search and rescue op-
erations are expensive, Taylor
said, costing the department
S upwards of $1,200 an hour.
The cost of the bracelets and
: transmitters is $360 per person
'for tlhe first year. with a 0ost of:
fi; $10 a month after,.that.
Taylor did not ask for a do-


nation from the city commis-
sion, but did ask that if they
Knew of organizations inter-
ested in making a contribution,
or a civic organization inter-
Sested in hearing his presenta-
tion, to have them contact him
at 926-0818 or through his e-
mail at rtaylor@wcso.org.
Near the end of the meet-
ing, after Taylor had left, City
Commissioner Richard Harden
brought the issue back up say-
ing that he had faced the prob-
lem of a relative wandering and
wanted the city to support the
program with a contribution.
Harden said his grandfather,
who died last year after suffer-
ing from Alzheimer's, usually
could -sit and watch TV, but
some days he would just walk
off. "He would get in a golf cart
and go sometimes up as far as
the powerlines," Harden said,
'adding that he understood the
fear and worry that families felt
when a relative wandered off.
Mayor Robert Greener sug-
gested that the city pay for
three of the bracelets, and
added that it not just be for City
of Sopchoppy residents, but
those in the Sopchoppy area.
"They're not to be reserved and
just kept on a shelf," Greener
said.
The motion passed without
dissent, supported by Harden,
Greeiier and City Commission-
ers Martha Hodge Evans and
Colleen Skipper. City Commis-
sioner Eddie Evans was absent.
In other matters:
The city got an update on
its plan to build a sewage sys-
tem to connect.to Wakulla
County's sewage system.
Sopchoppy is planning a
system with a capacity of up to
70,000 gallons of flow per day.
An engineer with Baskerville-
Donovan told city commission-
ers that the system would be
sufficient for up to 400 homes
and should cover the city for
several years.
Wakulla County wants a
master meter for the city that
would enable the county to bill
the city. Sopchoppy would, in
turn, bill city residents for the
service from a formula based
on-water use.
But-City.ClerkJackie Lawhon
pointed out that city commis-


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S Continued from Page 1
sion Monday, July 3:
The commission approved
the five year fair housing plan
at the request of Housing Co-
ordinator Vicky Smith. The
board action states that the
county will abide by federal fair
Housing regulations.
The sheriff's office lease
, agreement with the Apalachee
Center for Human Services was
approved. The sheriff's office
is planning to use the .5,000
square foot building as a re-
placement for the burned
down trailer that housed depu-
ties and an office for the
Florida Highway Patrol;
Undersheriff Crum said the
lease is $4,140 per month. The
federal government will sub-
lease 2,000 square feet of space
and pay $3,200 per month. 'The
sheriff's office received $57,000
in the fire insurance settlement
for the trailer and the money
will be used to pay the lease
expenses, said Crum. Patrol
deputies will use the newly
leased building which is near
the sheriff's office.
The lease is for five years
and Crum said he hopes the
sheriff's office will be able; to
build its own building to house
patrol officers while the lease
is in place.
The board agreed to pay a
$22,500 invoice to consultant
WilsonMiller for professional
services work done on a resi-
dential needs analysis. The
county was required to com-
plete the analysis as part of the
N.G. Wade Sustainable Com-
munity settlement agreement
with the state.
A second invoice was ap-
proved for payment in the
amount of $11,971 for Jim
Stidham and Associates for
consulting work at the county
commission chambers.
The professional services
bill was for the continuation of
the soil contamination assess-
ment near the board chambers
from when the sheriff's office
operated vehicle fuel tanks at
the site.
*Jennie V. Jones of the


Wakulla County Christian Coa-
lition asked the board for more
time to collect information re-
garding the placement of signs
along Lower Bridge Road as
"Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Memorial Roadi" ...
The board agreed to place
the item on the July 17 agenda.
Jones said she wanted three
signs at the major intersec-
tions. The construction of a
monument *as also' discussed.
It would be placed on donated
property.
C,


sioners never intended to own
the sewage system. The plan
has always been for the city to
build the system and then give
it toithe county.
*:;_Martha Hodge Evans
asked what needed to be done
to get plans for a new city hall
back on track and was told

Board Will


that the next step would be a
Request For Qualifications
from architectural firms to de-
sign the project.

Clerk Lawhon indicated she
would draft an RFQ and sub-
mit it to city commissioners at
their August meeting.

Consider


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Joe Blanchard has not been
interim county administrator
for many weeks but he said he
has already learned that it is
difficult to operate the county
administrator's office without
additional staff,
Blanchard replaced Parrish
Barwick and Colleen Skipper
replaced Cheryl Blose. The rest
of the staff includes an admin-
istrative assistant,
Blanchard suggested to
Wakulla County Commission-.
ers that they consider estab-
lishing a Aew "project man-
ager" position at the July 3
board meeting. -
Blanchard added that sev-
eral large projects are approach-
ifig the board and need the at-
tention of someone with spe-
cial qualifications. County com-
missioners hope to build a rec-
reation center building, marine
groin in Ochlockonee Bay,
restrooms at Shell Point Beach,
sewer line expansion and ac-
quire right-of-way for road pav-
ing projects.
The interim county admin-
istrator said he wants to seek
a person with experience in
construction and engineering
with an administrative back-
ground if the board agrees to
make the hiring.
S"I'll bring this (issue) back
for a vote at a future board
meeting," said Blanchard. "The
person can tell you exactly
where we stand on projects.
One (administrative) person
can't run Wakulla County any
longer."
Commissioner Brian Lang-
'ston said the position was
originally funded in the 2005-
2000 i cltt 'tdMb-iWa cs ut
in the final stages of the bud-
get approval as board members
made an effort to reduce the
millage rate.
"It would be nice to have a
person I could call," said
Langston. "The county admin-
istrator just can't do it all."
Blanchard continued that
the project manager could pro-
vide transition assistance when
the new county administrator
is hired. He concluded that he
would refine the position du-.
ties 'including salary range and
benefits package.
Resident Ron Piasecki ap-
Splauded the board's plans and
said the position should be a
"public works director." He said
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new projects and perhaps the
planning and zoning depart-
ment and inspection depart-
ment as "deputy county admin-
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In other matters in front of
the Wakulla County Commis-
sion Monday, July 3:
The board approved an
employee sick leave pool policy
in which healthy county em-
ployees can assist less fortu-
nate employees by donating
their excess sick leave to a pool.
A committee will be formed to
oversee the awarding of pooled
hours to employees in need.
Blanchard said he will come
back to the commission with
more information about the
formation of the pool.
The board approved a re-
quest from a spouse of a de-
ceased county employee to con-
tinue paying for life insurance.
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continuing the life insurance
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Garbage
Continued from Page 1
garbage for two.weeks and be-
gan working again Friday, July
7.
The extra time will allow
local companies like Quantum
Services, J & C Garbage, G & S
Trash, M & J Garbage ard Resi-
dential Garbage Service to ac-
quire new customers. "Waste
Management never had a con-
tract with the county to provide
services," said Brimner. "Gar-
bage pickup in Wakulla County
is a private business."
The Wakulla County pullout
action will soon occur in Leon

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Continued from Page 1
center building.
Carter said the project has
been difficult because several
funding sources had to be used
in order to get the facility con-
structed. The senior center
project used local .money as
well as grants from several par-
ties and a federal tax credit pro-
gram to provide the living quar-
ters.
"It's rewarding now that we
have people living there,"
Carter concluded. "The seniors
are the winners. They are so
cose to the senior citizens cen-
ter."


County, Brimner added. "Waste
Management is also leaving all
of Leon County and Tallahas-
see by the end of this year," he
said.
Merritt said he and Blan-
chard have met recently with
garbage collectors in the county
who were unable to step in and
pick up the void left by Waste
Management due to the size of
their collection trucks. The ex-
tra time should help the small
companies prepare for the ex-
tra customers and also allow
other garbage collectors to
serve Wakulla County, he said.
"A few people have been
upset at Waste Management,"
said Merritt. "but garbage col-
lection is a luxury like cable
TV." He added that the Wakulla
County Landfill remains open
from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tues-
day through Saturday for resi-
dents who need to dispose of
garbage. The Otter Creek dump
site is open Saturdays from 1
p.m. until 5 p.m. The other
waste satellite sites in Wakulla
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closed in June since they were
no longer economically fea-
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Supreme Court Rejects Fire Rescue Report


Hertz, Looney Appeals


The Florida Supreme Court
recently denied motions from
two Wakulla County murderers
who contended that their attor-
neys were ineffective at their
trial because they failed to in-
troduce mitigating evidence
that might have convinced ju-
rors not to recommend the
death penalty.
.Guerry Wayne Hertz and Ja-
son Looney had their appeals
rejected on June 22 by the high
court, upholding the decision
of Circuit Judge N. Sanders
Sauls, who sentenced the men
to die after a trial in 1998.
The two men were convicted
of the July 1997 murders of
Keith Spears and Melanie King
in a home invasion robbery.
Another man, Jimmy Dempsey,
was sentenced to life in prison
after he made a plea deal with
prosecutors to avoid a death
sentence in exchange for his
testimonyI against Hertz and
Looney.
After shooting Spears and
King to death, the three men
set the couple's trailer afire and
stole their cars. After a car
chase and shootout with police
in Daytona Beach Shores,
Looney and Dempsey were cap-
tured. Hertz suffered a bullet
wound to the head but man-
aged to escape, making it to St.
Augustine and an aunt's house.
The aunt, suspicious of his
wound, turned him in to police.
The Florida Supreme Court
upheld Hertz and Looney's con-
victions of guilt. and the sen-
tences of death in 2005. In the
most recent appeal, the court
heard motions that their attor-
neys were ineffective at the
penalty phase of their trial for
failing to present additional
mitigators that may have con-
vinced the jury not to recom-
mend death. I
In Hertz' case, his appeal
lawyers, Baya Harrison and
Clyde Taylor, argued that some
of those mitigators included
that, while he was 20 years old
at the time of the crime, Hertz
had the emotional maturity of
a 14 year old. He suffered from
brain damage. Attention Defi-
cit Hyperactive Disorder
(ADHD), had numerous surger-
ies as a child to correct a club
foot; and both of his parents
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The Supreme Court rejected
the arguments, finding that
much of that information was
presented by Hertz' attorney,
Robert Rand, during the sen-
tencing phase.
The high court noted that
Rand presented the jury with
a book of Hertz' life and quoted
from Rand's testimony at the
postconviction hearing saying:
"I felt like Mr. Hertz had a
story'to tell in the penalty
phase that was very compel-
ling. I wanted the jury to have
the underlying facts and the
support for the argument we
were making," Rand said. "I
thought it was important that
they have the' ability to look
hands-on at the bits and pieces
of his life."
In Looney's .case, his appeal
lawyer said his natural mother
was a Texas runaway who
abused alcohol and drugs and
was younger than 16 when she
gave birth to him. He was taken
from her when he was 18
months old over allegations
that he was physically and
sexually abused. He was placed
with his grandparents, then
removed over allegations of
abuse there, and placed with
an adoptive family that was rig-
idly religious. All three of the
adoptive children in the foster
home ran away, including
Looney vhen he was 16.
Looney's trial attorney, Greg
Cummings, said he tried to
'communicate with the adop-
tive parents in Texas, but was
met with hostility and outright
refusal of any assistance or in-
volvement.
A psychologist who con-
ducted several tests on Looney
and who reviewed all the Texas
records, diagnosed Looney as"
a 'psychopath with antisocial
tendencies and told the attor-
ney that Looney had no re-.
morse for.the crime when he
was interviewed on several oc-
casions.
Cummings made the deci-
sion not to call a mental health
expert, during the penalty
phase because it would have
opened the door to the doctor's
finding that Looney was a psy-
chopath, a diagnosis that jurors
tend to look unfavorably upon.
The high court denied
Looney's motion.


This past week, your volun-
teer fire rescue departments
responded to two fire alarms,
three brush fires, one vehicle
fire, two miscellaneous fires,
six vehicle accidents, and 24
first responder medical emer-
gencies. The following fire res-
cue departments were dis-
patched to fires this past week:
Sopchoppy, Wakulla Station,
St. Marks, Medart and Craw-
fordville.
On July 5, the Crawfordville
Volunteer Fire Rescue Depart-
ment was dispatched to a re-
ported house fire on Barber
Road. On arrival, it was deter-
mined that the fire was limited
to the kitchen stove and was
quickly extinguished. The
firefighters used a smoke-
evacuating fan to remove
smoke from inside the house.
On July 6 and July 7, the
Crawfordville department was
dispatched to a possible house
'fire on Lauderdale Lane as re-
ported by the homeowner's
alarm company. Firefighters
were unable to locate the cause
of the smoke alarm's activa-
tions. The problems appeared
Sto be a malfunctioning alarm
system and the homeowner
was asked to report the prob-
lem to the alarm company.
Get To Know Your
Area's Volunteer
Fire Chief
Each week we close this Fire
Rescue Report article asking
readers who might be inter-
ested in becoming volunteer
firefighters or who only want
information about the program
to contact their local volunteer
fire chiefs.
We recognized, however,
that there are many new resi-
dents in the county who might
be interested in knowing more
about the volunteer fire service
but do not know who their
volunteer fire chiefs are or how
to contact those individuals.
Therefore, this week, we are
providing names of each of the
county's nine volunteer fire
chiefs and assistant fire chiefs
and how they can be con-
tacted:
Sopchoppy Volunteer Fire
Rescue Department. Bobby
Roddenbeiry. Fire Chief. Q62-
3952 or 251-7080, bobby_tra@
earthlink.net; Mike Porter, As-
sistant Fire Chief, 273-1997.
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St. Marks Fire Rescue De-
partment, Wes Coleman, Fire
Chief, ,925-4086, wrcole550@
cs.com.
Apalachee Bay Volunteer
Fire Rescue Department (Shell
Point-Spring Creek Oyster
Bay-Live Oak Island), Jim
Esner, Fire Chief, 566-9521.
Medart Volunteer Fire


Rescue Department, Stephen E.
Pigott, Fire Chief, 926-3387 or
445-4355, wcuffa@aol.com;
Steve Jones, Assistant Chief, 926-
2241, jonessb_32327@yahoo.com.
Panacea Volunteer Fire
Rescue Department, Jason
Honeybone, Fire Chief, 850-303-
4368, jhoney bone@swfd.org;
Macon Metcalf, Assistant Chief,
984-3183.
Ochlockonee Bay Volun-
teer Fire Rescue Department,'
Rufus Graddy, Fire Chief, 984-
4931, rufus.graddy@comcast.
net; Bill Russell, Assistant


Chief, 984-0148.
Crawfordville Volunteer
Fire Rescue Department (in-
cludes Riversink area), D'Arcy
Brazier, Fire Chief, 926-5254 or
509-2148, brazer809@yahoo.
com; Karl Hindle, Assistant
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Smith Creek Volunteer
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Dead Dolphin Washes Up In Bay


A dead dolphin was found
last week washed up in
Ochlockonee Bay by little girls
searching for fiddler crabs
along the shoreline. A necropsy
done at the scene indicated the
female dolphin may have
drowned.
The dolphin was found on
Friday, July 7 by the girls and
inspected by Jack Rudloe of
Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in
Panacea. Rudloe packed the
animal in ice and a necropsy
was conducted at the scene on
Saturday, July 8 by an official
with the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA).
Sabrina Bowen, based in
NOAA's Panama City Beach of-
fice, is assigned to handle ma-
rine mammal strandings in the
panhandle. She said the dol-
phin was an adult female. "And
she was pregnant unfortu-
nately," Bowen said.
The cause of death has not
yet been determined, Bowen
said. Water was found in the
lungs, indicating the death may
have been caused by drowning.
It's not known when the lab
results will be back, Bowen
said. The cause of death, if it is,
determined, could be natural.
Marie Chapla. an oceanogra-
pher at Florida State who as-
sisted in the necropsy as a vol-
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Code Board

Meets On

Complaints
The Wakulla County Code
Enforcement Board met Wed-
nesday, July 12 to consider five
cases in which residents have
failed to clean up their prop-
erty despite repeated efforts by
the Wakulla County Commu-
nity Development Department.
"We're breaking new ground
here," said Wakulla Commu-
nity Development Director
Donnie Sparkman. "This is all
new to the county. I'm not sure
how we will'pay for the clean-
up or if any of the homeowners
will show up."
The board reviewed five
property concerns submitted
by Code Enforcement Officer
Jaime Baze. The Code Enforce-
ment Board has the authority
to assess cleanup fees and fines
for violations of county codes.
The' rulings of the board are
final and residents who object
to the board action must ap-
peal their cases to the court
system. Paul Johnson is serv-
ing as the board chairman and
Ron Piasecki is the vice chair-
man.
In addition to Johnson and
Piasecki, the seven member
board includes Tim Bozeman,
Randy Nelson, John Wood-
ward, Kathy Shirah and' Tim
Jordan. The board members
represent various industries
including realty, engineering,
architecture, and general con-
tracting. The alternates are
Chad Hanson and Jimmy Stokes.
All of the board members live
in the Crawfordville area except
Tim Jordan who lives in Och-
lockonee Bay.
Baze has kept a detailed re-
port of code case activity for the
board to consider. The cases
include:
William McKenzie of Tal-
lahassee has property on Hud-
son Lane in Crawfordville
which contains a mobile home
that has been burned out. The
county has requested that the
property owner demolish and
dispose of the structure at the
county landfill. It is considered
'a dangerous building."- -
SJimmy Lavone Dempsey
of Crawfordville has been cited
for junk vehicles and rubbish
at North Springwdod Blvd. The
county has requested the re-
moval of the vehicles and rub-
bish. Juveniles are suspected of
vandalizing a shed and mobile
home on the property.
Benjamin Graham of Craw-
fordville has been cited for rub-
bish, debris and junk vehicles
on property located on Graham
Trail. A fence surrounds the
property but Baze reported that
she observed a junk vehicle
and piles of trash behind the
house.
SErnest Buzard of Craw-
fordville was.cited for junk ve-
hicles, appliances and rubbish
at property located on,Solomon
Street. Junk vehicles, appliances
and litter were observed all
over the property, she said.
Nancy Wenzel of Panacea
was cited for not disposing of
litter and junk on her Francis
Avenue property. The property
owner has been storing house-
hold garbage all over her yard
and porches creating a foul
smell and health hazard, ac-
cording to the code enforce-
ment officer.
Once the recommendations
to clean up are made, Spark-
man said, "I'm not sure where
the (unbudgeted) money for
the cleanup will come from."

Troopers To

Conduct

Checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol mem-
bers in Troop H, Quincy District,
have been authorized to con-
duct driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints on sev-


eral Wakulla County roads dur-
ing the month of July.
Some of the roads include
Cajer Posey Road, Highway 267,
Highway 61, U.S. Highway' 319,
U.S. Highway 98, Trice Lane and
several county roads including
C.R. 372 and C.R. 372 A.
All personnel participating
in the checkpoints will be re-
sponsible for driver license and
vehicle inspections. FHP offi-
cials have found the check-
points to be an effective meth-
od to provide motorist safety
by ticketing unlicensed drivers
and unregistered vehicles.


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Donations Pay For Stair Chair


Thanks to the generosity of
the Rotary Club of Wakulla as
well as a small grant from the
Bureau of Emergency Medical
Services, the Wakulla County
Ambulance Service has a new
updated piece of equipment
called a stair chair.
Most homes and apart-
ments are built with no con-
sideration of hallways that are
wide enough to get an anbu-
lance stretcher down the hall
and into a bedroom. Most of


the houses up on pilings do
not have an elevator, or have
one which does not have room
enough for a stretcher, "This
makes it very difficult to get
patients who cannot walk from
where they are to the stretcher,"
said EMS Director Fran Councill.
The new stair chairs have
many advantages. The most
notable one is a set of treads'
which can be locked in place
to help glide the chair down
stairs instead of having to lift


the chair down each step. Ac-
cording to Councill, these new
chairs will be a great addition
for patient care. It will help
both the patient's safety and
comfort, as well as giving pro-
tection to the backs of, the
emergency personnel who are
trying to help.

Couuncill stated her deep ap-
preciation and the appreciation
of her staff for the help in ob-
taining these items.


Sheriff's Report


Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office officials investigated
and closed down a metham-
phetamine laboratory at 50
Deloriss Drive in Crawfordville
Thursday, July 6, according to
Sheriff David Harvey,
Investigators received infor-
mation about the lab from a
confidential informant. They
served, a search warrant at the
home and discovered the lab
and materials used in making
methamphetamine. Burned
debris consistent with smoking
the meth was taken as evi-
derce.' Other materials were
also taken from the site as evi-
dence.
Nobody was at home at the
time of the search warrant but
sheriff's office officials have
issued arrest warrants for
Dusty Franklin Carver, 25, of
Crawfordville and Cody Marsh,
age unknown, of Georgia. The
charges include manufacture of
methamphetamine and pos-
session of chemicals for the
manufacture of a controlled
substance.
. Det. Andy Curies, Crime
Scene InvestigatorMelissa Har-
ris, Lt. Pat Smith, Det. Eddie
Wester, Captain Cliff Carroll
and Dave Wilson of the Florida
Department of Law Enforce-
ment investigated. The meth
lab bust is the fifth in Wakulla
County in 2006.
In other activity reported by
the Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office during the past week:
On July 9, a 13-year-old
Crawfordville juvenile suffered
severe injuries as a result of an
accidental stabbing while play-
ing with his 14-year-old brother.
Deputy Scott Rojas investigated
and observed a gaping wound
to the victim's chest.


The youth told investigators
that he stabbed his brother
when he came up behind him
while they were playing with
knives in the house. The broth-
er of the victim contacted a,
neighbor who contacted emer-
gency officials. The mother of
the children was not at home
at the time of the accident.
The victim was flown to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
by Lifenet helicopter where he
was taken into emergency sur-
gery. The stab wound struck his
stomach, diaphragm, a lung
and spleen. Doctors told inves,-;
tigators that the child was
lucky to have survived the
wound.
The victim remains in the
Tallahassee hospital in fair con-
dition. No charges have been
filed in the case but it is still
under investigation. In addi-
tidn to Deputy Rojas, the case
was investigated by Deputy
Evelyn Brown, Crime Scene In-
vestigator Melissa Harris, Det.
Andy Curles,-Captain Cliff
Carroll and Sgt. Mike Kemp
On July 6, Steven G.
Dunbar of St. Marks reported
a grand theft of two firearms
from his garage. Both guns
were entered into the NCIC/
FCIC computer. They are valued
at $474. Sgt. Chris Savary inves-
tigated.
On July 3, Stanley J.
Derzypolski of Tallahassee re-
ported a criminal mischief as
someone entered his construc-
tion site and damaged the
breaker box and power pole.
The building permit was
taken down and torn into
small pieces.. Damage to the
power pole was estimated at
$125. Lt. Ronald Mitchell inves-
tigated.


On July 5, Heather Ecoff
of Crawfordville reported a
burglary'at her home. A forced
entry was discovered and a
television, valued at $180, was
reported missing. Deputy Don-
ald Newsome investigated.
On July 3, David Alex-
ander of Crawfordville reported
a burglary to his home. Win-
dow screens at his unoccupied
home were damaged. Crime
Scene Investigator Melissa Har-
ris collected evidence at the
scene. Damage was estimated
at $60. Sgt. Scott DelBeato in-
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On July 4, Allan M. Loftin
of Crawfordville reported ,a
criminal mischief as someone
damaged his mailbox beyond
repair. Loftin said it was the
fourth time in the past year
that.his box has been de-
stroyed. Damage is estimated
at $35. Deputy Nick Petowsky
investigated.
On Wednesday, July 5, a
criminal mischief was reported
near CSG Systems in Craw-
fordville. Tekisha M. Floyd of
Tallahassee reported that
someone damaged the hood of
her vehicle during the late
night hours between July 4 and
July 5. Both sides of the hood
were damaged and damage
estimates were set at $1,200.
Evidence is being reviewed.
Deputy Evelyn Harris investi-
gated.
The Wakulla County Sher-
iff's Office received 645 calls for
service during the past week.
Note to our readers: The
people who are reported as
charged with crimes in this col-
umn have not yet been to trial
and are therefore presumed in-
nocent until proven guilty.


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More than a dozen people
were in misdemeanor court
this week on charges of either
possessing or consuming alco-
hol in a state park.
Most of those appearing in
court were young people from
Tallahassee, caught at Chero-
kee Sink with beer.
A parade of people came be-
fore County Judge Jill Walker
on the charges at misde-
meanor arraignment on Tues-
day, July 11. The judge ordered
them to pay $190 each for the
offense.
Signs are posted at Chero-
kee Sink and Wakulla Springs
warning that alcohol is not
permitted in the state park.
Judge Walker asked each de-
fendant as they came before
her if they saw the signs. Most
did, and decided to drink any-
way.
"Bad decision," the judge
would answer.
One unusual case coming
from the state park was a
woman charged with allowing
her dog in the swimming area
at Cherokee Sink.
The woman said her' dog
suffers from arthritis and that
her veterinarian had told her
that swimming would be good
for the dog. She said she went'
to the sink one time and let
her dog swim and didn't see
the signs warning that dogs
are prohibited in the swim-
ming area. The: second time
the woman went to the sink,
she did see the signs, went
swimming anyway, and ended
up getting charged by Park
Police.
Judge Walker looked up the
state regulation in court, and
noted that, in state parks, dogs
are forbidden to be in swim-
ming areas. The law specifically
excludes horses, which led the
judge to quip that it's appar-
ently okay to take your horse.
swimming but not your dog.
"I don't write the law, I only
enforce it," Judge 'Walker said.
The woman pleaded no
contest to the charge aned was
ordered to pay a $190 fine.
In other court matters in
misdemeanor court:
o,,; A1,ma.n who, wrecked .his


-The Wakulla County Sher-
iff's Office has entered into a
partnership with the Wakulla
County Senior Citizens Coun-
cil to provide Project Lifesaver
bracelets to anyone with a
brain related disorder that
causes the individual to wan-
der off or get lost.
Project Lifesaver Interna-
tional began in Chesapeake, VA
in 1999 as a way to improve the
quality of life for both caregiv-
ers and those being cared for
while also providing a quick
response and recovery time, a
decrease of the $1,200 per hour
it costs the sheriff's office to
search and rescue someone
who has wandered off, and
provide financial assistance for
recipients to participate.
Captain Randall Taylor is
spearheading the effort for the
sheriff's office. One search and
rescue team has already been
trained using the Project Life-
saver electronic equipment and
other deputies will also be
trained, he said.
The program uses electronic
equipment to locate a radio sig-
nal emitted from the wrist
band. The average recovery
time locating people with the
wrist band is 30 minutes, said
Captain Taylor.
Captain Taylor added that
the sheriff's office and senior
citizens center are seeking
sponsorships to assist citizens
with the cost of the program.
Ameris Bank has contributed to


four-wheel all-terrain vehicle
into a mailbox was charged
with reckless driving with prop-
erty damage. Charles Linehan
of Naples pleaded guilty to the
charge and was ordered to pay
a $505 fine.
Linehan told the court that
his insurance company had
paid $600 to the mailbox owner
for damages.
A 15-year-old girl with a
learner's permit that had been
suspended for failure to pay
traffic fines in Leon County was
in court on a charge of no valid
driver license.
'The girl's mother told the
court that the girl took her car
Without permission on Memo-
rial Day and was stopped by
police. The prosecution had
recommended a penalty of
$190 and 40 hours community
service.
Asked by Judge Walker if
she thought the penalty was,
sufficient, the mother an-
swered no, the girl also needed
a curfew.
Judge Walker put the girl on
probation for six months to en-
force the curfew, which was set
at 7 p.m. She also ordered the
girl to write a letter of apology
to her mother.
A man charged with ha-
rassing a woman by driving by
her home, leaving phone mes--
sages, and.even flowers in her
house, pleaded no contest to
the charges and was ordered to
serve 44 days in jail and six-
months probation, pay almost
$800.in fines and stay away
from the victim.
Howard Mayo was charged
with stalking,' a first degree
misdemeanor, and trespass af-
ter warning. Assistant State At-
torney Ashleigh Landers told
the court that, since August of
last year, Mayo had been ha-
rassing the victim at her resi-
dence with phone calls and.
flowers.
On May 18, he allegedly
knocked on the woman's door'
and refused to leave. He alleg-
edly put his dog through the
pet door inside the house in.
an attempt to contact the
woman, Landers told the court.


the cause and Eden Springs has
purchased two transmitters for
their high risk patients.
Funding for the first year of
the program is $17,200 which
includes the cost of training
search and rescue personnel,
the funding to purchase.the
equipment and fundraising ef-
forts to purchase and maintain
30 bracelets/transmitters.
Residents who want to take
advantage of the'program can
contact the senior citizens cen-
ter to begin the registration
process.
Captain Taylor can be con-
tacted to put on a program pre-
sentation for groups and orga-
nizations. For more informa-
tion, call Captain Taylor at 926-
0818.
More than 1,700 searches
'lave been conducted nation-
wide with a 100 percent suc-
cess rate. Everyone involved in
the searches was recovered
alive. Project Lifesaver is oper-
ating in 41 states through more
than 300 agencies in the United
States and in at least four for-
eign countries. -


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Bipartisan Fundraising Reception Honoring

Marti Coey

State Representative, q'-ouse District 7

Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:00 pm 7:30 pm
84 Ochlockonee Street
(Restored Hudson House Behind Wakulla Bank)

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Please make checks payable to the Marti Coley Campaign
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 17


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Page 18-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006


Contamination Delays Lighthouse Transfer


A planned fete at the end
of July to celebrate the acquisi-
tion of the St. Marks Light-
house by the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service at the St. Marks
National Wildlife Refuge is be-
ing delayed.
U.S. Department of the In-
terior officials in Washington,
DC have decided against ac-
cepting the lighthouse from
the U.S. Coast Guard until con-
taminated soil at the historic
structure can be removed from
the site, according to St. Marks
Refuge Ranger Robin Will.
In past years, Will said, the
Department of the Interior has
been willing to allow the prop-
erty transfer to proceed while
the contamination has been
taken care of by another a-
gency. But federal policies have
changed and Interior officials
are now concerned about hav-
ing to accept responsibility for
cleanup activities.
Ranger Will said the Coast


Guard recently hired a contrac-
tor who discovered extensive
lead contamination from bat-
teries and paint in the soil. The
U.S. Department of Commerce,
which funds the Coast Guard,
does not have funding avail-
able for the lighthouse cleanup,
she added.
Congressman Allen Boyd
has been instrumental in get-
ting the lighthouse transferred
from one federal agency to an-
other following the signing of
a recent transportation act.
Now Rep. Boyd will be
called upon again to sponsor
legislation to fund the cleanup
through the Department of
Commerce.
While there are no answers
about how the site will be
cleaned up, Will said U.S. Fish
and Wildlife archeologists are
hoping to address the problem
through an archeological dig.
The dig could address not only
the contamination issues but
anything historical long lost in


the coastal area around the
lighthouse, said Will.
"There are more delays and
hurdles-to overcome," said Will.
"Everyone is very eager to get
it done but the July 31 event


has been canceled. Hopefully,
this will not be a long delay."
Ultimately, the St. Marks
Refuge plans to renovate the
historic structure and open it
to the public as a museum.


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Legal Notice


Board of County Commissioners
Special Board Meeting
May 31, 2006
Present: Maxie Lawhon. Chairman;
Howard Kessler, Vice-Chairman; Ed Brimner,
BOCC; Brian Langston, BOCC; Henry Vause,
BOCC; Parrish Barwick, County Administra-
tor; Ron Mowrey, County Attorney; and Eve-
lyn-Evans, Deputy Clerk.
5:30 p.m. Purpose of the meeting was to
discuss the hiring of an interim administrator
and the advertising for a full time administra-
tor.
Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
have the Board of County Commissioners take
over the duties of the County Administrator
with Commissioner Kessler committing to be
in the office full time. Motion died for lack of a
second.
Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
make a move of personnel within the County
to fill the position of county administrator on
an interim basis. Second by Commissioner
Langston. All for. Motion Carried. 5-0
Commissioner Vause made a motion to
hire Joe Blanchard as the interim county ad-
ministrator. Second by Commissioner
Brimner. Voting for: Lawhon, Brimner and
Vause. Opposed: Langston and Kessler. Mo-
tion Carried. 3-2
Commissioner Vause made a motion to
advertise for a county administrator. Second
by. Commissioner Langston. All for. Motion
Carried. 5-0
6:30 p.m. Meeting adjourned.
July 13, 2006'


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-05-CA
DIVISION: FAMILY LAW
IN RE: The Marriage of
DOUGLAS POPOVICH,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
LAURA POPOVICH,
'Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Laura Popovich
address unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
D :-iu ,r..,:,- .u, -r,.- r.E u ,r;~ i er.e i :.:p, ,: in i
your written defenses, if any, to it on James
C., Banks, Esquire, Petitioner's attorney,
whose address is 810 Thomasville Road. Tal- -
lahassee, Florida, 32303, on or before July
26,2006, and file'the original with the clerk of
this court either before service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the'complaint or petition.
Dated this 21st day of June, 2006.
BRENT ,' Ti-ijrl. :.~(tr JU
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
June 29, July 6, 13; 20. 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
SFOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASENO. 06-155-CA
CLYDE K. CARTER, SR.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EFFIE B. CURLES,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EFFIE B. CURLES
YOU ARE tJOTiFiED Ihai arn i.:i;:,-, i.
,-, 1,,. 1.1i.- l in, .
LOTS (4) AND FIVE'(5) BLOCK "A"
MAGNOLIA GARDENS AS PER
PLAT OF SAID SUBDIVISION OF
RECORDED AT PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 37, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Wakulla County Parcel ID No. 00-00-
078-013'10731-000
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on DANIEL E. MANAUSA,
ESQUIRE; SMITH,-THOMPSON, SHAW &
MANAUSA, P.A., Pla.nif ; asi .r, e,3 : .:i.
Thomasville Road, inr. FOic.Or Tiiar,,;il;e
Florida 32309-3469, -..:., r.:.re Irn ir., ,r i, ,i
days from the first publication date of this no-
tice of action, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorneys or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
DATED this 15th day of June, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
(Circuit Court Seal)
-s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
June 29, July-6, 13, 20, 2006


Legal Notie


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 04-100-FC
JIMMIE L. WILSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE HEIRS OF ROOSEVELTALEXANDER
WILSON, WILLIE WILSON AND PEARLIE
MAE WILSON and FERRELLALLEN, and all
unknown natural persons, if alive, and if dead
or not known to be dead or alive, their sev-
eral and respective unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and creditors, or other
parties claiming by and through or under those
unknown natural persons; and the several and
respective unknown assigns, successors in
interest, trustees or any other person claim-
ing by, through, under or against any corpo-
ration or other legal entity named as a defen-
dant and all claimants, persons or parties,
natural or corporate or whose exact legal sta-
tus is unknown, claiming to have any right,
title or interest in land and to the land herein-
after described,

Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION'


TO: HEIRS OF ROOSEVELT
ALEXANDER WILSON, WILLIE WILSON
AND PEARLIE MAE' WILSON, AND
FERRELL ALLEN, and all unknown natural
persons, if alive, and if dead, or not known to
be dead or alive, their several and respective
unknown spouse, grantees and creditors, et
al.


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
quiet title has been filed in Wakulla County
Circuit Court on the following parcels of land
in Wakulla County, Florida, to wit:
1. 15 acre Parcel No. 16 3S-01E-000-
05224-000, as described in DB 36, P 175 and
DB 40, P 256 of the Wakulla County Public
Records;
2.2.86 acre Parcel No. 22-3S-0.1E-000-
05405-000, as described in OR 74 P 645;
3. 4.2 acre Parcel No: 16-3S-01E-000-
05217-000, as described in OR 49, P 942.
You are required to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses to it, if any, on Attorney Mike
Carter, 3047 Crawfordville Hwy. Crawfordville,
FL 32327 on or before July 28, 2006 and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be
entered against you'for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
Dated this 30th day of June, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of the Court
-s- Erika Harrell
Deputy'Clerk
July 6, 13: 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.-2006-110-PR
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRENCHIE R. LEWIS'
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Frenchie R. Lewis, deceased, whose date'of
death was January 6, 2006, is pending in the
Circuit Court ofWakulla C .:.u..', Fi.:.,.3 Pro-
bate Division, the addre.: i, .,.r..:r,. ,: Post
Office Box 98, Crawfordville, Florida 32327.
The names and addresses of 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 AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
,All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's eiu,, iT.,i I,.l ir.-.r
claims with this court '.'.iTI-irj 1.I121Ti-iT
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION 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 PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
.BARRED.. ,.,.
The date of first publication of this notice
is July 13, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
ROSALYN BONDS GREENE
Attorney for Jennie V. Jones
Florida Bar No. 74934
462 West Brevard Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-1004
Telephone: (850) 219-0485
Personal Representative:
Jennie V. Jones
148 Old.Bethel Road
Crawfordyille, Florida 32327
iu i :,' :. 6


Legal No


IN THE CIRCUIT
SECOND JUDICIAL C
S FOR WV. iJLLi T. O,
Ca

WAKULLA BANK, a F .r..,,
corporation,
Plaintiff,
v.
BRADLEY K. WYNNE and
MELISA WYNNE, husband
wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI
a Final Judgment of Foreclo
28, 2006, entered in Civil'Ca
FC, of the Circuit Court of t
cial Circuit in and for Wakulla
wherein Wakulla Bank is Pla
.ley K, Wynne and Melisa Wi
dants, the undersigned will s
and best bidder for cash at
the Wakulla County Courth
ville, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. E
3, 2006, the following- descr
-set forth in said Final Judgm
Lot 25, Tradewinds, a su
per map or plat thereof
in Plat Book 4, Page 7,
Records of Wakulla Cou
Together with that certa
described as: Lot 1, Bloc
Village of a.-. .: as
Plat Book i- F.jv -17, o
'Records of Wakulla Cou
Dated this 28th day of Ji
BRENT
Clerk of
(Ci



Donna S. Biggins
Florida Bar No. 0117196
Mowrey & Biggins, P.A.
515 North Adams Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Telephone: (850) 222-9482
Telecopier: (850) 561-6867
Attorneys for Plaintiff




Legal No


IN THE CIRCUIT C
SECOND JUDICIAL C


against them to have any ri
interest in or to the lands hi
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION TO
TO: John C. Council, Mauri
cil, Susie Council Tucker
Tucker Gray, who are be
ceased, and their several an
known spouses, heirs, dev
creditors, and all parties n;
or otherwise, claiming inter
under, or against them to ha
or interest in or to the lands
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
quiet-title to real property
'against you. As filed, this.
requests the Court determine
above-named parties have
interest in the parcel of pr
by meets and bounds descr
Commence at a concre'
(marked 1254) marking
east corner of the North
of Section 12, Townsh
Range 2 West, Waku
Florida and run North 8'
minutes 22 seconds We
South boundary of th
quarter of said s'ec
monumented) 1155.70
inch iron pipe marking
Beginning. From said PI
ning run North 89 degi
utes and 14 seconds W
South boundary 655.68
create monument (mark
ing ch the Easterly i
..:.u,-o,,, of U.S. Hwy.
leaving said South bi
North' 31 degrees 36
along' said Easterly R
boundary 809.36 feet
(marked 6475) intersec
North boundary of the
the South half of the No
ter of Section 12, thence
Easterly Right-of-Way r
degrees 07 minutes 04
alongsaid North boui
South half of the Sout
Northeast quarter (as m
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Written defenses, if any, on
Plaintiff's' Attorney, whose
Crawfordville Hwy., Crawl
32327. on or before July 21
the original with,the clerk of &
court in Crawfordville, Flor
service on this attorney or in
after; otherwise a default
against'you for the relief c
complaint.
Dated this 12th day of,
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.June 22. 29,


Legal No


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CA!
UCN: 652006C/
FIDELITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
,t i-a -< '-i :i TT; et al,
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r NrT'rE OF S
PFtice PUFirT T-.:CH.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY G
an Order or Summary Final
closure dated June 26. 200
COURTOFTHE Case No. 06-35-FC ii,
CIRCUIT, IN AND 000035XXXXXX of tl-.
.-r iT ,' FLORIDA for Wakulla County, F a.',: a
Bank is Plaintiff and ROB
se No.06-34-FC PEr il_-:,i.E -.;i ,. TT
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TERESTS BY, THROUGH
AGAINST NAMED DEFE
ACTION, OR HAVING OF
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE C
THE PROPERTY.HEREIN I
Defendants, I will sell to the
bidder for cash in the Fri
and Wakulla County Courthouse
ville' Highway, Crawfordvi
Wakulla County, Florida, at
31st day of August, 2006,
scribed property as set fortl
ALE Final Judgment, to-wit:
VEN pursuant to : COMMENCE AT THE N
sure dated June CORNER OF SECTION
ase No. 2006-34- BY A CONCRETE MC
he Second Judi- TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH
aCotlnty, Florida, EAST, WAKULLA
aintiff, and Brad- FLORIDA AND THE
ynne, are Defen- SOUTH 89 DEGREES
ell to the highest 30 SECONDS EAST ,
the front door of, NORTH BOUNDARY O
house; Crawford-' TION 4 A DISTANCE
.D.T., on August FEET TO A CONCRE
ibed property as MENT ON THE EAST
ent, to-wit: WAY OF STATE ROA
ibdivisiona THENCE RUN NOR
GbdivisionREES 37 MINUTES 2
as recorded WEST ALONG SAID
of the Public WAY560.13 FEETTOA
inty, Florida MONUMENT AND THI
BEGINNING, FROM S
ain boat slip OF BEGINNING
ck D, Marina NORTH 10DEGREES
recorded in 21 SECONDS WEST A
of the Public RIGHT-OF-WAY 186.7
,nty, Florida CONCRETE MONUME
une, 2006. RUN SOUTH 89 DEGR
UTES 30 SECONDS E
X. THURMOND FEET TO A CONCRE
X.THURMOND MENT. THENCE RUN
the Circuit Court DEGREES 37 MINUT
rcuit Court Seal) ONpS EAST 186.71
CONCRETE MONUME
-s- Erika Harrell RUIJ NORTH 89 DEGR
Deputy Clerk UTES 30 SECONDS V
FELT TO THE POINT
NING, AND ALSO INCL
1992 FLEETCRAFT SI
MOBILE HOME,
GAFLMO7A23784BM,
BER 62422772, RF
R0581431.
If you are a person with
July 6,13, 2006 needs any accommodation
July 6, 13, 2006 pate in this proceeding, yo
no cost to you, to the provis
distance. Please contact the
0905 fx 850-926-0938 with
days of your receipt of this
hearing or voice impaired, c
Service (800) 955-8770.

;OURT OF THE DATED at Crawfordville
IRCUIT INAND 26,2006.


FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2006-177 CA

Michael Sullivan,
Plaintiff
v.
John C. Council, Maurice Edison Council,
Susie Council Tucker, and Betty Ann
Tucker Gray, who are believed to be
deceased, and their several and
respective unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and all
parties natural, corporate, or otherwise,
claiming interests by, through, under, or


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SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 11438
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33339-1
Phone: (954) 564-0071



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eight, title, or
erein described,


QUIET TITLE


Legal Notice


Board of County Commissioners
ce Edison Coun- Regular Board Meeting
, and Betty Ann June 19,,2006
lived to be de-
nd respective un- Present: Maxie Lawhon, Chairrian;
visees, grantees, Howard Kessler, Vice-Chairman; Ed Brimner,
natural, corporate, BOCC; Brian Langston, BOCC; Henry Vause.
rests by, through, BOCC; Parrish Barwick, County Administra-
ive any right, title, tor; Ron Mowrey, County Attorney; and Evelyn
herein described, Evans, Deputy Clerk.
6:00 p.m. Meeting called to order. Comn-
that an action to missioner Brimner opened in prayer and led
y has been filed the pledge of allegiance to the flag.
quiet title action Approval of Agenda
e that none of the Comnmissioner Vause made a motion to
any right, title or approve the Agenda with the following
operty described changes, under General Business move item
ription as follows: 10 to the top of the Agenda, under Commis-
sioner Brimner add (3) Resolution in support
te monument of an Airport in Wakulla County, under Wakulla
g the South- County Sheriff's Department add (1) Commu-
ieast Quarter nity Traffic Safety Team, under Commissioner
hip 4 South, Kessler add (1) High Water Mediation. Sec-
Jlla County, ond by Commissioner Kessler. All for. Motion
9 degrees 27 Carried. 5-0
est along the PUBLIC HEARING/Second Hearing for
e Northeast, Community Development Block Grant
tion 12 (as (CDBG) Hurricane Dennis Emergency Set-
feet to a 3/4 Aside Funding
the Point.of No Public Comments. Public Hearing was
oiritof Begin- closed.
rees 37 min- Commissioner Brimner made motion to
est along said adopt a resolution authorizing the submission
feetto a con- of an application for ire -:.:.T,,,-. |, ,r C..- i,
aed 1254) ly- .opment Block Grant I-h..u:r. n De. r-. ET-,.-,
right-or-way e,-,..:, -.' i. .i;.Je funding under the neighbor-
319, thence ,-,,:,a .L ,l.:31,.:r, category to the Florida
oundary run Department of C...:-.-,-,;, C i ,; l. :,- d t /
minutes East Commissioner Lj,.i.:r,: i. Ii:,, ..l.,:.,-, .: r
light-of-Way ried. 5-0
to a re-rod PUBLIC HEARING/SEWER RATES
:ting with the Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
South half of adopt the Sewer Rates Ordinance. Second
rtheast quar- by Commissioner Vause. All for. Motion Car-
Sleaving said ried. 5-0
run South 89 WAKULLA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DE-
seconds East PARTMENT
ndary of the 1. Community Traffic Safety Team--
h half of the award 'presented i.:. Jul;a Hanway
lonumented) CLERK OF C C,..i-,
arked 4261), 1. Supplemental Insurance-Flex Plan
rth boundary Medical Reimbursement Program

5 -, -son ,,",: ,-:
CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
: .'' 1. James Taylor-Requesting $40,000.00
i, for renovation of Veteran's Lodge on Arran
Road.
ve a copy of your 2. Larry Roberts-Check for Ron Mowrey
Doris 1. Sanders 3. Virgin Brock-Low unemployment
address is 2181 rates in Wakulla County
fordville, Florida 4. Ron Piasecki-Hurricane Alberto
,2006. and to file Warning & Response
the above named
he above named 5. Jimmie Doyle-High Bottled Water
ida either before Application
nmediatelythere- 6. Michael Keys-Fees paid to Paul
may be entered. Johnson
demanded in the John7s Mrni u ul
8. Brett ,',llii ,n- ~ i :.,:. ,',' : 5l-a :,,e
June 20. Amateur Radio Club
June.206. .9. John Trice-Opposed to County fund-
X. THURMOND ing $40,000.00 for ..'le~.i L:.. .-i ,-,
As Clerk of Court Road
10. Chad Hansen-Government ir Sun-
As- ChDs Gbson shine Law regarding Workshops. Emergency
As Deputy lerk and Special Meetings
(Seal) 11. David' Damon-Tree Ordinance up-
date and the request for Hurricane Dennis
July 6. 13, 2006 emergency funding for sewers in Shell Point
Jly"63200 CONSENT AGENDA
1. Bills and Vouchers
i Er-, ..- .-.,.:F,_- n i- -=". n.r j.--:o

Payment would be for the repeater system.
which would be $'18.468.00 (75/25 grant) and
SFOR WAKULLA the mobile radios $10.115.25. County ex-
CIVIL DIVISION penses total $7,185.80 and grant expenses
total $35.408.44.
SE NO. 06-35 FC 3. Changes in State Travel Rates-The
AN00035XXXXXX new State rates for Class Aand B travel meals,
per diem and mileage will be effective July 1,
2006. In the past the department has distrib-.
uted a brochure "Travel A Quick Reference
Guide." As soon as the official update to this
(form DBF-AA-15) is available, it will be mailed
to all subgrantees. For planning purposes,
here are the new rates: Class A and B Meals.
*,M H l [._1 '. ".' Lu ".-:r. I l1 l r: ar.. ,-i.n ',.c,
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*I V E N p u r s u a n t t o i: r. Se '. I i i. -e C le r .:
Judgment of fore- .' ,, .. .. i ,,-, .
16, and entered in '. :.. r ,.,-,, a, e co -,, .
Ti r *, .-,.'ir,,-,,- t 1"':- .l: I, -.--..- ,-r,i j.-e,-,,1-j .rc..,-.3 C. ,
,.U.I -',u, ,.r, C.:| .'T.| ::,.''.= br,,T.r-,,r ..:,.'r,a iri L-.'.r,.,,
.- r r-,e .r F .aO l hr L a :-. l..,'. 6 ,e a .-.u1 e P C .: .: :e 3
3ERT COSHATT; Kessler. Motion Carriedl' 4 1
r .- j i -' GENERAL BUSIlIE :
rjliT ,-, :.; 10. Faith:Based SE.,iar..:. ei Sum-
, ,LiL-I illIJ, I J m it
H, UNDER OR Requesting support from the'County for
NDANTTO THIS this program
R CLAIMING TO 1. Landfill Tipping Fees-Information
OR INTEREST IN 2. County Attorney Expenditures and
DESCRIBED, are Services to the Board of County Commission-
highest and best ers-discussion
ont Foyer of the 3. Wakulla County Christian Coalition
e, 3056 Crawford- Requesting overhead signage for Martin
lie, FL 32327 at Luther King Memorial Highway
11:00 a.m. on the -4 '- '.. Contract 06EA-3M-02-75-
the following. de- '' -' ,
h in said Order or Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
approve a Budget Amendment in the amount
'of $23,270.00 for the low income energy as-
IORTHWEST sistance'program. Second by Kessler. All for.
S4 (MARKED Motion Carried. 5-0
ONUMENT), 5. Purify Creek Property-discussion
H, RANGE 1 6. Final Acceptance of New Sewer Col-
SCOUNTY election System-next meeting
ENCE RUN : 7. Volunteer Fire Department-Request-
52 MINUTES ing Workshop
ALONG THE Commissioner Langston made a motion
F SAID SEC- to hold a Workshop with, the Volunteer Fire
OF 2776.95 Department on Monday, July 3, 2006 at 4:30
ETE MONU- p.m. Second by Commissioner Kessler. All for.
SRIGHT-OF- Motion Carried. 5-0
D NO. 363,. 8. Regional Training & Demonstration
;TH 10 DE- Center
1 SECONDS Commissioner Brimner made'a motion to
RIGHT-OF- send a letter of interest to Dr. Pierce Jones'at
CONCRETE the University of Florida Energy Extension
E POINT OF advising him that the County has a strong in-
SAID POINT terest in.this Regional Training & Demonstra-
CONTINUE tion Center and that property is available at
37 MINUTES the Agricultural Center for this type of struc-
ALONG SAID ture. Second by Commissioner Langston. All
1 FEET TO A for. Motion Carried. 5-0
NT, THENCE 9. Budget Modification
EES 52 MIN- Commissioner Brimner made:a motion to
EAST 712.42 accept and modify the budget regarding con-
ETE MONU- tract funds in theamount of $7.767.00 for the
SSOUTH 10 Weatherization Assistance Program and
ES'21 SEC- $41,114.00 for WAP/LIHEAP. Second by
FEET TO A Commissioner Langston. All for. Motion Car-
NT, THENCE tried. 5-0
EES 52 MIN- 11. Strategic Planning
NEST 712 42 Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
OF BEGIN- direct the County Administrator to work with
.UDING THE consultants Wilson Miller to come up with a
NGLE WIDE proposal to address strategic transportation
VIN NO. planning.concerns. Second by Commissioner
TITLE NUM- Langston.'Voting for: Lawhon, Langston,
NUMBER Brimner and Vause. Opposed: Kessler. Mo-
tion Carried. 4-1
COUNTY ATTORNEY
h a disability who n 1. Veteran's preference case-informa-
in order to partici- tion
u are entitled, at 2. Extraordinary cases for County Attor-
sion of certain as- ney
Court at 850-926- Commissioner Langston made a motion
n two (2) working to designate the Sprayfield case as an ex-
Notice; if you are traordinary case. Second by Commissioner
Lall Florida Relay Vause. Voting for: Lawhon, Langston. Brimner
and Vause. Opposed: Kessler. Motion Car-
ried. 4-1
Florida, on June 3. Contract Renewal
Commissioner Langston made a motion
to renew the County Attorney contract for Ron
SX. THURMOND Mowrey for a period of 3 years with the an-
erk, Circuit Court nual salary of $140,000.00 and an hourly rate
of litigation at $150.00 beginning October 1,
-s- Erika Harrell 2006 with foreclosure, quiettitle, small claims
As Deputy Clerk and cases involving assistance to FACT ap-
pointed counsel to be covered under the base
contract as general legal services. Second by
Commissioner Vause. Voting for: Lawhon,
Langston and Vause. Opposed: Kessler and
438 Brimner. Motion Carried 3-2
4. High Bottled Water Mediation-clarifi-
cation of statute
July 6,. 13, 2006 COMMISSIONER BRIMNER
1. Comp Plan Amendment CP06-04
Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
e PreSS advertise Comp Plan Amendment CP06-04
for a public hearing to be reheard in July.
e4OM Second by Commissioner Langston. Voting
for: Lawhon, Langston, Brimner and Vause.


Opposed: Kessler. Motion Carried. 4-1
2. WakullaArran Road Dust Suppressant
Commissioner Brimner made a motion to
negotiate to purchase a portion of the right of
way that is just past Cajer Posey Road that is
needed so that the road can be paved. Sec-
ond by Commissioner Langston. All for. Mo-
tion Carried. 5-0
3. Airport Resolution
Commissioner Kessler made a motion to
adopt a Resolution in support of upgrading
the Wakulla County Airport. Second by Com-
missioner Langston. All for. Motion Carried.
5-0
APPROVAL'OF MINUTES
Commissioner Vause made a motion to
approve the minutes from the regular sched-
uled board meeting held on June 5, 2006 with
a correction on.page 2 item 6 to reflect a vote
of 4-0. Second by Commissioner Brimner. All
for, 5-0
SCommissioner Langston made a motion
to adjourn. Second by Commissioner Vause.
All for. Motion Carried. 5-0
10:15 p.m. Meeting adjourned.
July 13, 2006


Legal Notice


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR WATER USE PERMIT
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chap-
ter 373, Florida Statutes, the following
applications) for water use permits) has,
nr, .= i o,,r ,'i H-L .1 ,] .,, TrI. r j,.,r...-r .. 1 -i:,,..
'/ a'rT r. ,5,',' T ,'-r. T C', I,,,:I
Application number 106726 filed 06/02/
2006
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1; j l; a ull a ". ji. 1 :.r 3 ..* .r: 3 *II
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Requesting a maximum withdrawal of
70.900 gallons per.day from the Floridan
Aquifer System for Commercial use by an
existing facility.
General withdrawal locations) in Wakulla
County: TO3S,R01W, Sec. 37A
Interested persons may object or comment
upon the applications or submit a written re-
quest for a copy of the staff reports) contain-
,,-,j i...':._.:-.j a,:neri' action regarding the
Piil:': '' '-' ,'*.,i.'. g to the Division of

Peterson. 152 Water Management Drive:
Havana, Florida 32333-9700, but such com-
ments,or requests-must be received by 5
o'clock p.m.-on July 27, 2006.
No further public notice will be provided re-;
garding this (these) applicationss. Publication
of this notice constitutes constructive notice
of this permit application to all substantially
affected persons. A dopy of the staff reports)
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titled t.:. .l.J-q i a.-, .,T,,.i- r. n, e e. *, *E :
garding the proposed agency action by sub-
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F-V=i '. .Kiii :-'.iJr iTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 06-42-FC
JOEL-MAJORS,
Plaintiff.
vs .
KIMBERLY-Y. GREENE; LASALLE BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS INDEN-
TURE TRUSTEE UNDER THE INDEN-
TURE C',.EC. i;: I :",-i: :iEE ':2000-4:
AND Lilltrj ,:'.'' 1 I T ti liTi '
Defendants.
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Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Wakulla County, Florida, I will sell the prop-
erty situate in Wakulla County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
Lot 10 and the East Half of Lot 11 (El/
2), Block "11" of Greiner's Addition to
Town of Crawfordville as per Plat
Book 1 of the Public Records of
Wakulla County, Florida.
at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the front door of the Wakulla County Court-
house, Crawfordville. Florida at 11 a.m.. on
August 3,2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
Clerk of Circuit Court
-s- Erika Harrell
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
July 13, 20, 2006


Legal Notice


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD FOR TOW-
ING & STORAGE PURSUANT TO 'F. S:
#713.78. SALE IS TO BE HELDAT SADISCO I
OF FLORIDA. 4477 ENTREPOT BLVD. TAL-
LAHASSEE, FL 32310. SALE IS AT 9 A.M.
ON JULY 24, 2006
SADISCO OF FLORIDA
4477 ENTREPOT BLVD.
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32310
2003 FORD 1FTRF07203KC91430
1993 CHEVY 1G1JC1443P7243018
1999 FORD 1FAFP6531XR140395
2002 STRN 1G8ZY12712Z112704
1990 FORD 1FDEE14N2LHA39368
1998 NISSAN 1N4DLQ1D1WC167961
1997 FORD 1FTCR 1.4X5VTA07290
1986 VOLVO YVAX8848G 1204341
July 13. 2006


Legal Notice


NOTICE O F SALE
: Notice is given pursuant to Florida Self-Stor-
age Facility Act. Florida Statutes, Chapter 83.
.Prt IV that Seminole Self Storage will hold a
sale by sealed bid on JULY 22. 2006 at 10
, a.m. at 2314 Crawfordville. FL :-'' .. in.r,
contents of Mini-Warehouse c :.n ,r,,,',, -,-
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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF
WAKU.LA COUNTY announces
a regular meeting to which all
interested persons are invited.
Date: Monday, July 17, 2006
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Place: School Board Room
69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, FL
Purpose: Regular School
Board Meeting
For further information please
contact: ,
Superintendent's Office
Wakulla County Schools
P.O. Box 100, 69 Arran Road
Crawfordville, Florida 32326
850-926-0065


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402-0713, Cell 528-6298. P6,13,20,27
KEVIN'S LAWN CARE
Free Estimate. No job too big. 20
years experience. 926-6347.
B13,20,27,3
MSR TRACTOR SERVICE, LLC
Free Estimates Affordable Prices
421-7464 or Cell 508-5378 BF


BACK FORTY
TRACTOR SERVICE
Bushhogging, Box Blading,
Driveways. Free Estimates.
Larry Carter Owner/Operator
Licensed/Insured. Mob. 694-7041,
Home 925-7931. : P13,20
PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial
Pressure Washing
Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 BF


TOMMY HICKS, LLC
New' Construction-Repairs, Re-
modeling-Additions. Quality work at
affordable prices. Insured and
Licensed. Free estimate. 926-8392;
251-1528. BF
REGISTERED HOME DAY CARE
15 yrs. exp.6 wks. to 5 yrs.Call Sandy
926-6347. B1'3,20,27,3
Home Child Care
Preschool Ages 2 to Kindergarten.
Before and after school for
Crawfordville Elementary. Christian
Home-Exp. Mother. P13,20,27














HAROLD BURSE
STUMP GRINDING
962-6174 BF

Help Wanted f



HIRING NOW
Wakulla Sod & NurSery
is seeking drivers and
laborers for landscape
crew. Experience
preferred. Must have
verifiable character and
work references. No
alcohol or drugs. Taking
applications the week of
July 10. Located just
south of Wal-Mart, behind
Petty's BP. 926-1420

Hookwrecked Henry's-needs ex-
perienced daytime dishwasher and
fulltime experienced oyster shucker,
flexible hours. Must be dependable.
Contact Mary at 984-5544. BF


Senior Registered
Nurse Supervisor
Work side by side with other
healthcare professionals-
Accepting applications for
the Nurse Supervisor
position located at Franklin
Correctional Institution,
located on Highway 67
North, Carrabelle, Florida.

Excellent State of Florida
Benefit Package
immediately available.
45,000-47,780 & benefits.,
Salary negotiable based on
education and experience.
Contact: Sharon McKinnie,
R.N., at 850-922-6645 or
e-mail: mckinnie.sharon@
mail.dc.state.fl.us
Need imrediately-profesSional
house painters, individual hourly
painter or subcontractors. Call Billy
Roddenberry 962-4271 or 228-5552.
BF
Experienced Short Order Cook and
Prep needed as soon as possible.
Apply in person, Riverside Cafe in St.
Marks or Riverside by the Bay in Shell
Point. 925-5668 or 926-4499. BF
EXPERIENCED' MORTGAGE
PROFESSIONALS: Hourly wage
plus generous production bonuses.
Call 888-483-0031x86198 .for
recorded message with more
information. BF
Fulltime Classroom Aide to work in.
a 4K,classroom as an assistant to
teacher. Call Wakulla Christian School
at 926-5583 for application and
appointment. BF
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS: Wakulla
Christian School is expanding and will
employ another VPK (4K) teacher and
anm.-irer ,3K teacher Must have CDA
a'eri1catioe. F'ia- cal 9-er 3 ewor
application2nd inle rew eF


Jim Hallowel
,566-5165


Ginny Delaney
566-6271


Cheryl Swift
766-3218






Diane Chason
559-8545


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Jackie
Youngstrand
228-6914


Sandie Jones
443-8641


HIRING

FAMILY SERVICE WORKER
Wakulla County Head Start

North Florida Child Development,
Inc. is currently accepting ap-
plications from qualified persons for
the following position: Family Service
Worker.

Preferred Credentials: Basic
computer literacy and database
skills. Proficient use of Windows
based programs. Associate degree
.in human services field or a high
school diploma with a minimum of
two years successful work
experience in human services.
DFWP/MF/7-4/EOE

North Florida Child Development,
Inc. Attn: Sebrina McGill
P.O. Box 38,
Wewahitchka, FL 32465 ,
Fax(850)639-4173,
Sebrina@headstartnf.org
(850)639-5080 ext.10 86,13
UTILITY WORKER
Veolia Water North America, contract
operator of. Wakulla County Public
Works, is now accepting applications
for an OPS Utility Worker in the Road
& Bridge Department. ACDL Driver's
License is preferred but not
necessary. Starting salary is
negotiable with experience.

Applications 'are available at the
Veolia Water Office, 340 Trice Lane,
Room 201, Crawfordville, FL 32327.
Position is open until filled.

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WE CONDUCT APPLICANT DRUG
TESTING. B6,13


Lot maintenance/mechanic helper
needed. Must have valid driver's
license, dependable transportation,
must be neat in appearance. Duties
include but are not limited to light:
mechanical work, shop cleanup,
detailing cars, mowing grass, etc.
Call Ray at Rascal Auto Sales,
850 ,926-6222 : :,
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CJIS GROUP, Inc. is accepting
applications for the fulltime position of
Research Analyst in Medart. We are
looking for applicants with
professional office'experience and
good written, verbal and telephone
communication skills. Applicants must
have excellent references and
attendance record. Compensation
from 18K to 24K, benefits include
Group Health, 12 leave days per year
plus holidays and 401(K). Please E-
mail resume to:
Louise@cjisgroup.com. s13,20
Field Maintenance Worker position
available fulltime Lanark Village Water
and Sewer District. Must be qualified.
Apply in person at 160 Warren St.,
Lanark Village, FL. Monday-Friday,.9
a.m. to 1 p.m. 813
Drivers: Owner Operators
1 77.5% of Revenue
Plus Fuel Surcharge!
No Charge Backs!!
Benefits Available!
Centurion Auto Transport
S 800-889-8139 P6,13
Refrigeration AC Technician needed.
Convenient store service company.
Good driving record, dependable.
Also, general maintenance man.
Apply 5019 Tennessee Capital Blvd.,
8 a.m. to 9 a.m. M-F. 574-6099 Bryco
Enterprises P13,20
HIS AND HERS BARBER SHOP -
Seeking full time Hair Stylist/Barber.
Some cliehtel preferred. Great
earning potential. Call Delta or Cathy.
926-4080. B13.20
SFrank's Catering seeking Part-time
Cook. 545-4909. P13


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567-2227


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567-4860


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WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD VACANCIES: Wakulla
County School Board is accepting
applications for instructional and non-
instructional positions for the 2006-07
school year. Interested individuals
please call the job line at 926-0098 to
hear a recorded message, regarding
all vacancies OR visit the WCSB web
site: www.firn.edu/schools/wakulla/
wakulla to view all vacancies and
download an application. BF
Experienced Climbers for Tree
Company..$100 to $300 per day
wages, depending upon experience.
984-3300. P29,6,13,20
,CDL Drivers Needed
Drivers must have 2 years experience
with dump truck. Call Roberts Sand
Co. (850)627-7263. A Drug Free
Workplace. 813,20
Drivers: Due to Expansion, Martin
Transports needs Drivers w/X-End.,
1.year Tractor Trailer Experience.
SGreat Pay/Bonus Package, Free
HealthInsurance. 800-256-6691.
P13 20


Dentist
Florida Department of
Corrections, DENTAL
SERVICES. is part of Florida's
nationally recognized.
correctional health care
program. Come work side by
side with other professional
healthcare staff as a member of
our multidisciplinary team
providing comprehensive
healthcare services to our
iinmate/patient population:

O ffi c o:f Health Services is
currently accepting applications
for a Senior Dentist at,
Franklin Correctional
Institution, Carrabelle, FL.
Requires Florida license prior
to hire. For further information
contact: Sharon MciKirnie.
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, July 13, 2006-Page 21


Deadline 35 Cents



NCoonLASSiIED ADS

926-7102 Minimum


Classified Advertising In The News Doesn't Cost, It Pays and Pays and Pays


Help Wanted


Wakulla County Board of
Commissioners is seeking a
GIS Specialist
Reports to: Community Development
Director
GENERAL -STATEMENT OF
DUTIES: This position is responsible
for development, implementation and
maintenance of the Geographic
Information System (GIS) to the
support the Community Development
Department and the Office of E-911.
Working experience with ESRI GIS
Software. Fundamental knowledge
and skill in the operation of GIS
equipment, including computer
hardware & plotter/printer setup. Must
maintain, update and develop digital
and hard copies of maps forWakulla.
County. Establishes and maintains
effective working relationships with
employees, associates, government
officials and the general public.
Perform related duties and res-
ponsibilities as required.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND
EXPERIENCE: BS degree in related
field preferred, associate degree and/
or documented completion of
advance technical training in Geo-
graphic Information Systems (GIS)
required. Proof of work experience/
skill in database management or
computer graphics. Ability to read
engineering drawings, land surveys,
maps, etc. Must be computer literate,
i.e., Windows, MS Word, Excel and
Wordperfect. Must possess and
maintain a valid Florida Drivers
License.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: The
closing date is noon on Friday, August'
4, 2006. To obtain an application
contact Wakulla County Com-
missioners Office (850) 926-0919,
TDD (850) 926-1201.
BY FLORIDA LAW, ALL AP-
PLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT.
WITH THE COUNTY ARE OPEN
FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION: DRUG
SCREENING IS REQUIRED, PLUS
A .CRIMINAL BACKGROUND
CHECK. VETERAN'S PREFER-
ENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS. WA-
KULLA COUNTY IS AN EQUAL
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOY-
ER. B13,20.27
WAKULLA COUNTY
COUNTYADMINISTRATOR
Wakulla County'is one of Florida's
fastest growing counties. One of the
county's greatest challenges, is
growth management, which includes
providing adequate infrastructure to
accommodate new growth, providing
other necessary services, protecting
the county's uniqueinatural resources
and developing the tax base to.
support growth.

The County Administrator of this non-
charter county, serves the five-
member Board of County Com-
missioners, is responsible for'carrying
out the policies and directives of the
Commission. panicularly hose duties
set torth in section 125.74. Florida
Statutes The Count,/ employs
approximately 100 full and pariime
personnel and has a lolal operating
budget of approximately 40 million
dollars The Count','Admiristrator, is
also responsible tor the supervision
and management of 11 department
heads and for ensuring that all
agreements, leases, and other
contractual obligations of the
Commission are properly performed
-he applicants must noI have any
conflict of Interest with Wakulla
County.

Requirements include a minimum of:
5 years of managmenl experience in
local or regional government, and a
bachelor's degree from an accredited
college or university, preferably in
public administration or a related
area. Substantial experience may be
substituted. for the educational
requirement. Must have demon-
strated experience with budget
preparationicontrol, strategic.
planning, and a thorough
knowledge of public administration
principles and practices. The
successful applicant will be re-
sponsible for the implementation and
management of countywide policies.

Resumes must be received by August
3, 200.6. Send resume to Wakulla
County Board of County Com-
missioners, P.O. Box 1263,
Crawfordville, FL 32326,or Fax to
(850)926-0940. Salary DOQ, but
range is $60,000-$90,000. Wakulla'
County reserves the right to reject all
applications.

AA/EOE/M/F/H/Vet Pref/Drug Free
Workplace. 13,20,27

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$150 'BED-QUEEN. PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL NEW
in plastic, can deliver. 222-7783. BF
GRAIN FED BEEF
Half or Whole, Cut and Wrapped to
your specifications, $2.49/lb. Raker
Farm, 926-7561. B6,13.
22 ft. 1984 Cobia Triton 228 Ctfddy
Cabin. 1997, 175 hp. Mercury
outboard motor with low hours,
recent canopy. Price includes VHF
GPS, radio, rods, lures, portable toilet
and safety equipment. No trailer.
Located at Alligator Point Marina.
$3,900 obo. 349-2150 or 228-4660,
9 a.m.-9. p.m. P6,13
THE THRIFT STORE
Wood Dresser $45, Computer Desk
$59, Couch $45, Living Room Chair
$29,. Lg. Stereo Cabinet $75, Wood
Desk $29, Kitchen Table $29, Dresser
$29, Port Sewing Machine Case $20,
China Cabinet $199, 2 Drawer Filing
Cabinet $14.99, All clothing thru
Saturday, July 16, Buy 1, Get 1 free.
SB13


PEAS, PEAS, PEAS
SHELLED OR UNSHELLED.
ALSO, BUTTER BEANS
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
CALL AHEAD TO ORDER
GARY GAMBLE 850-584-737.3
LEANN,. 85,-5.78-252.1 ,,
WE WILL BE DELIVERING'
TO YOUR AREA

BED-CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX, $250. 222-2113.

Bed-A New FULL brand name
MATTRESS & BASE in' plastic with
warranty, $120. 545-7112. SBF
BEDROOM SET-A KING BED, chest,
TV Armoire, 2 Nightstands, Brand,
New, Still Boxed. Suggested Retail
$3,500, Sacrifice $1,000. Can Deliver.
222-9879. BF
BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW.in boxes,
$550. 222-7783. BF
COUCH + LOVESEAT-MICRO-
FIBER, Stain Resistant, ALL NEW,
Lifetime Warranty, Can Deliver.
Suggested Retail $1,250, Sell $475.
425-8374. BF
FCouch & Loveseat: BRAND. NEW
LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, can deliver: $1,900 sug-
gested list, must sell $795. Delivery
available. 545-7112. BF.
DINING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table,
6 chairs and china cabinet. Suggested
retail $1,800, sell $850, still boxed, canm
deliver. 222-2113. BF
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance oT bedding, sleeper aotas
computers, interior/exterior doors,
Swindows/screens, fiberglass shower,
units and light fixtures. Open Tuesday
Sthru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 940:
Shadeville Hwy. (Hwy. 61), 926-4544.'
BF
'999 Chevrolet. 1 ton crew cab.diesel.
Also, 2 houseboats. For more info-
rmation, call 524-5462 after 6 p.m.BF
USED BICYCLES
Adult and Childrens, Good Shape;
Reasonable Prices. Good Selection.
S 984-2763 P13,20,27
86 Ford LTD, mechanically excellent.
No heat/AC. Solid and dependable,
$800. Just good transportation! 926-
1172, leave msg. P'
YOU PICK PEAS
WE PICK OKRA
RAKER'S FARM, 926-7561 BF




Coastal Consignment

Furniture
Looking for Furniture!
New Gently Used
Find It ~ Sell It
2481 Crawfordville Hwy.

926-8765


Yard Sale


Neighborhood-wide Garage Sale-
Saturday, July 15, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
River Plantation off Shadeville Rd.
near Wakulla River. Gate will be open.
P13
Moving Sale-Selling all household
furnishings. Sat., July 15, 8 a.m. to 1
p.m., 31 Pirates Cove Lane, St. Marks.
Sofa, chairs, tables, king mattress
sets, chest, lamps, gas grills. 926-
4160. 'P13
Their trash, your treasures at the Old
Jail Museum Shop, High Drive, across
from Old, Wooden Courthouse
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. B13,20,27.
Garage Sale-Saturday, July 15,8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Cookware, garden tiller, air
compressor, small chest freezer,
crafts, books; R.V., fishing and
gardening equipment,, dresser,
jewelry, comforter set, plants, scuba
gear, electronics. Much more, 61,
Lamar Court (Mill Hollow) P13


Large Yard Sale-Resched
housewares, health care items,
chairs, plus size clothes, furniture
much. to list. 121 Coleman F
Beginning Saturday 9 a.n
everything is gone.


Card of Thanks


The family of Al Fitzgerald would
.to express our sincere and he
thank you for the loving kind
extended to us during this-tir
sorrow. Al would have been so p
of the outpouring of love shown
family. Thanks to everyone fo
food, the cards, the phone
prayer and support you gave to
show your love and care.
The family of Al Fitzg
We, the family of the late I
"LaShay" Andrews woud like to
everyone for the love, prayers,
and other acts of kindness s
during he loss of our loved one. V
cannot express how grateful w
for your generosity. May God
each of you.
The family of LaShay And

Miscellaneous

This is' the list for the shelter an
up for adoption:

DOGS:


Soxer, young male.
Cocker Spaniel mix, black and tan.
SChihuahua, adult.
Jack Russell.
Rat Terrier.
Chihuahua mix.
Chow mix.
SHound.
Yellow Lab.
Bulldog mixes.
Many other nice mixes. Come and
take a look.

PUPPIES:
Husky mixes, adorable.
Walker Hound.
Beagle.
Shepherd/Lab mixes.
Bulldog mixes.
Terrier mixes, very cute.
SHeeler mixes.
Catahoula mixes.
Adult cats and adorable kittens.

Adoption fees include a deposit for
spaying odr neutering and rabies
vaccination. Come see us at #I Oak
Street, next to sheriff's office. Shelter
Hours: Tues.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m..
Fri.'and Sat., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed
'Sun.' and Mon. 926-0890.
www.chatofwakulla.org. P

Mobile Home-Rent

3BR/2B, 14x80 MH, very clean.
$650/mo., $650 dep. Credit check,,
references. 962-2877, 251,1050.
P13


Housing Vouchers

We accept all vouchers
2/2 @ $615
3/2 @ $715
4/2 @ $895,$50 dep.
Pool & Youth Activities
Call 575-6571

,3BR/2B, DWMH, oneacre, quiet
neighborhood. all electric, NO
PETS-FIRM. Ready Aug. 1. $695
mo./$600 security. Call for ap-
plications. 926-6212. P13,20
3BR/2B w/large workshop on.
Stonewood Lane $800 a month. 926-
1935. P13
2BR/2B SWMH near Wakulla High
School, References Required. $475
per month. $400 dep. 926-7395.
P13
In Sopchoppy 2BR/2B $465 a month
plus dep. 566-4124. B13


Say You Saw It

II The News


uled,


I Real Estate-Rent Real Estate-Sale


FREE! Why rent? Find out how to buy
a house'with no money down at:
www.livinginwakulla.com. : BF
4BR/2B gorgeous 2003 house on
largely cleared 5 acres in Wakulla.
$1,150/mo. Move straight in, pets ok.
(850)893-9746 or (850)445-0759.
P6,13,20,27
St. Marks, 2,000 sq. ft. of commercial
space for rent-can be made into 2
separate units. Lots of traffic. Call Lynn
Cole, Coastwise Realty, Inc. 545-
8284. BF
Live on Live Oak Island. Fully
renovated. 3BR/2B on canal. $2,000'
mo. 251-4598. P13,20,27
Live at the beach. Condo on
Ochlockonee Bay with pool. Mashes
Sands Rd. $2,000 mo. 251-4598.
P13,20;27

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Play golf every day! 3BR/2B at
Wildwood Country Club. $179,000.
Coastwise Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole,
545-8284. BF
1 ACRE CLEARED, $65,000
926-3859 BF
REDUCED! 7.77 acres, Lawhon Mill
Rd., 350 ft. road.frontage, 1,400 ft.


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STORAGE
MINI-WAREHOUSES
BOATS RVs

519-5128 508-5177
2 miles South of Courthouse
on Hwy. 319 in Crawfordville
24 Hour Access Video Sureillance

Commercial block building fronting on
Hwy. 319 in Sopchoppy. 26'x25'
space, perfect for retail or storage with
adjoining 12'x20' office, CHA, $450
per month. 962-1000. BF
Excellent Investment Property,
Enterprise zoning, commercial or 10
residential per acre. 9-12 acres. Grants


wheel LOTS, LOTS, LOTS deep. City water soon. $80,000. 926- and tax benefits available..(850) 984-
e, too We have coastal lots in St. Marks, 3381. P6,13,20 4950. P13
Road, Carrabelle, Eastpoint & 7.76 ACRES. 926-3381. P6,13,20 1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store FrontforRent
"l il Steinhatchee, starting at $45K in Lewiswood Center, Woodville.
P13 Neil Ryder Realty, Inc. By Owner-5 1/2 cleared acres, 3BR/ Gowing are coneient to Woaull
656-0006* 508-6988. BF 2B DWMH, like new, large kitchen, Grown aea, convenient to Wakulla
FREE! Search over 2,100 homes fo porch, handicap accessible. Great' and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF
FREE! :Search over 2,100 homes for floor plan, north Wakulla Co.',__________________
sale in Crawfordville and Wakulla Co. $189,500 591-0269 or 926-5813.
online at www.livinqinwakulla.com. BF i, P 613RAD A
ld le OWNER FINANCING: 1998 Clayton, Allijator Pt. House. ft water
artfelt 28'x60',3BR/2B on 100'x50lot.6 6th b se. ee to OFFICERENTAL
ess Ave., Crawforville. Takehadstorm OFFICE RENTAL
ne of Ave., Crawfordville. Take Lower g damage.,2 porches plus sundeck. 3/1.
rou Bridge Rd. to Reh kel Rd. go Mustsee!Asking$270,000850-570- $400 a month plus tax
straight on Tafflinger Rd. to 6th Ave. 4517. P6,13 l
to his (386)867-0048. BF 4517 P6,13 Includes Utilities
calls, What an opportunity Large brick l- *'
us to home with fireplace, in ground pool, fAndff
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4 r* Full K T TT
herald acres with Hih 319 frontagel The fYPR Ull itcen Use
rnie possb 806,000Edna at 9-0 1
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lots to choose from in fast-growing,
coastal area' $74,900 each.,


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Crawfordville 926151 11 Each Office is Independently Owned & Operated
Wakulla Station 42J-3133 'www.c2lfcp.com www.silvergleriunit2.com
Panacea at the Bridgel984-5007 c21scoast@aolcomm (e-mail) c21fcp@aol.com (e-mail)


NEW CONSTRUCTION BY VE HOMES

IN WAKULLA GARDENS!
Quality 3BR/2BA homes with many pre-construction options!
Callfor details! #4808W1.MLS#150730.
From $122,900
** Builder Will payup to $5,000 of Byer's Closing Costs **

RAPIDLY APPRECIATING! 3 lots in popular X\akulia Gardens where affordable housing is
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BEAUTIFUL HOME IN THE FARMi! Only 2 years old and picture perfect with 1,9i7 sq.
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Cook
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has volunteered more than
3,500 hours to the school dis-
trict.
Cook has been a student
mentor for 10 years and devel-
oped the music curriculum for
the Pre-K while teaching mu-
sic to Pre-K classes for 12 years.
In April 2002, the school
board and superintendent
achieved the level of "Certified
Master Board" which is award-
ed by the Florida Association
of School Boards. "This school
board and superintendent are
the only Certified Master Board
that Wakulla County has ever
had," she said,

Qualify
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in District 2, Democrats George
N. Green and Henry W. Vause
and Republican Larry Taylor;
county commission District 4.
Democrats Sally H. Gandy and
Delacy Peavy IV and no party
affiliation Howard W. Kessler;
school board District 1 Ray
Gray and Ray Smith; school
board District 3 Rebecca S.
Cook and Debbie Miles; and
school board District 5, Jerry S.
Evans and Broward E. Sapp.


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constructed for emergency use .
at the site. An additional EMS
vehicle will be requested by the
department in the upcoming
budget year to give Wakulla
Station two ambulances at the |.
site, said Councill.
"This has been a long time
in the making," she said. "But
it is an extraordinary step for
the county."


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"I'm very proud of the Wa-
kulla County School System,"
said Cook. "Since 2001, the
school board has completed, or
is in the process of finishing,
more than $40 million in build-
ing and renovation projects.
This includes the purchase of
101 acres on which to build a
new elementary school which
is scheduled to be completed
in 2008. This. land will satisfy
the needs of the district for the
next 10 to 15 years."
SSchool board members are
proud that they have been able
,to bring the teacher pay scale
Sin line with Leon County. "Over
the past three years, our aver-
,,age teacher salary increase has
been, more than 21 percent,"
she said.
"A successful school system'
can't be judged on just one
,grade level or just one test or


subject area," she added. "A
successful school system can
be judged by the young adults
it graduates and sends on to
higher education and the
workforce.
"Are we satisfied? No, we
will always strive to do better,
to make sure each student is
taught, motivated and encour-
aged to the highest level pos-
sible," Cook continued. "As a
district, Wakulla County Schools
were just awarded an overall'A'
by the'governor."
Cook said the district is
blessed with outstanding
teachers, support staff, trans-
portation, health care, clerical
support, and clean, safe facili-
ties in which to learn. "Our fi-
nance staff is second to none
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