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6/8/2007
UNIVERSITY OF FL. LIBRARY
205 SMATHERS
P.O. BOX 117001
GAINESVILLE, FL 32611


Ethics Charges Dropped
See Page 8


Park Could Get Facelift
See Page 5


School Enrollment Grows


See Page 11


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Published
Weekly,
Read Daily


Our 111th Year, 38th Issue


Thursday, September 21, 2006


50

Cents


Serving Wakulla County For More Than A Century


Budget To



Increase By



10.9 Percent


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of Tne Wakulia News
With nearly 75 taxpayers in
attendance encouraging Wakul-
la County Commissioners to
reduce the millage rate at a
budget hearing Tuesday. Sept,
12. board members voted 4-1 to
adopt a rate of 8.25 mills, or the
same rate as last year.
Commissioner Howard Kes-
sler voted in the minority and.
asked the board to cut the mill-
age to 7.75.
Finance Officer Greg James
of the Wakulla County Clerk's
Office said the budget is a
10.9 percent increase over last
year's budget. Wakulla County
Administrator Joe Blanchard
said county department heads
Sand constitutional officers re-
ceived nearly all of their budget
requests.
Sheriff David Harvey re-
quested $9.8 million, while Prop-
erty Appraiser Anne Ahretldt
requested $940.000. Clerk of
S the Court Brent Thurmond re-
quested $336.500 for his finance
department. His entire budget
is $1.4 million, which includes
portions of the office funded by
fees and the state.


Tax Collector Cheryll Olah
requested $626,000, and Super-
visor of Elections Sherida Crum
requested $395,000.
Several new items were in
the budget, including:
$315,000 to pay attorney
fees in the battle over collecting
EMS Municipal Service Benefit
Unit (MSBU) special assessments
that were ruled unconstitutional
by Florida courts;
$75,000 to pay for solid
contamination removal at the
board chambers (formerly the
sheriff's office);
$80,000 for planning and
development concurrency re-
quirements:
$425,000 for seven paid
positions for the volunteer fire
departments;
4 $25,000 for code enforce-
ment cleanup work;
$139,000 for new EMS
employees;
9 $616.500 For nei. both certi-
fied and uncertif9l9. employees
at the sheriff's office:
as well as money for in-
creased fuel, insurance, cost
of living and merit pay raises.
Please turn to Page 3


MSBU Expected To

NearlyDouble


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
S Wakulla County property
" owners will be digging deeper
into their pockets to pay for the,
Municipal Service Benefit Unit
kMSBU) special assessment if
.count)' commissioners follow
through with plans to nearly
double the existing assessment
for fire services in October.
'Commissioners held a spe-
cial meeting on Monday, Sept;:
18. to discuss the proposal. The
board agreed to advertise an
increase of the fee from $35 to
$65. They set a public hearing
on the increase for Monday,
Oct. 23, at 6 p.m. in the board
chambers.


Wakulla County Tax Collector
Cheryll Olah said she needs the
board to act on the increase in
time to be included on the Nov.
1 tax bills, which will be mailed
out less than two weeks after
the hearing is held.
SResidential property owners
face the increase from $35 to
$65, ahd commercial property)
owners face the same base rate
increase as ell' as an increase
in the square-footage cost from
one cent-per-square foot over
1,000 square feet, to five cents
per square foot.
SCommercial property own-
ers with establishments of
Please turn to Page 3


Cleaning Up The Coast


Photo By George Dziedzic
Young helperss Clean Beaches At Shell Point


Hundreds Help

Coastal Cleanup
By KEITH BLACKMAR
01 Tne Wakulla News
Visitors to the St. Marks National Wildlife
Refuge helped keep clean up the coast during
the 21st annual Coastal Cleanup and Aware-
ness Day on Saturday. Sept. 16. The cleanup
was followed by an open house at the historic
St. Marks Lighthouse.
Ranger David Moody estimated that 600
visitors took part in the cleanup, which in-
cluded a free event T-shirt and lunch in St.
Marks. Many of the visitors stayed after the
cleanup to visit the lighthouse. Guests were
given the opportunity to view lighthouse ex-
hibits and films, as well as music and writings
of the Apalachicola River region.
Visitors were allowed to climb approxi-
mately one-third of the way up the lighthouse
tower as well as walk inside the structure and
learn about its history. The open house was
part of Florida Lighthouse Day and featured
Please turn to Page 24


Photo By Cheryl Shuler
St. Marks Refuge Cleanup Effort


Lewis

Receives

Five Life

Terms
By WILLIAM SNOWDEN
01 The Wakulla News
Raymond Lewis, the man who
abducted a 12-year-old Panacea
girl in 2004 and ran away with
her, prompting an Amber Alert,
was sentenced last week to five
consecutive life sentences.
Lewis, 30, was found guilty
in a jury trial last month of kid-
napping. molestation and three
counts of lewd and lascivious
battery.
At Lewis' sentencing hearing
on Thursday, Sept. 14, Circuit
Judge N. Sanders Sauls sen-
tenced Lewis to life in prison
and also ruled that Lewis is a
dangerous sexual offender and
designated him a sexual preda-
tor meaning that even if Lewis
should be released from prison.
he would be subject to civil con-
finement under the state Jimmy
Ryce Act.
At the hearing. Assistant
State Attorney Jacki Fulford, who
prosecuted the case. read letters
io Judge Sauls from the young
victim and the girl's mother urg-
ing him to sentence Lewis to life
in prison. "I hope you make it
where I am Raymond Lewis' last
victim." the letter read.
The girl's mother wrote that
her daughter's youth had been
taken from her and that she
lives every day with the stigma
of what happened. The girl, now
14, has lost, "her right to fall in
love and discover herself," the
mother wrotd. "She will have to
face what Raymond Lewis has
done to her in every relationship
in her life."
The mother also blamed
Lewis for the suffering of her
family. Her husband, who was
a friend and co-worker with
Lewis. has been sentenced to 60
years in prison for a relationship
with a 12-year-old girl, one of his
daughter's best friends.
Fulford argued that Lewis
was a serial abuser who had a
history of sexual relationships
with underage girls. He said
that Lewis was on probation
in Leon County for molestiig a
14-year-old girl, the sister of his
then-girlfriend, after he got her
Please turn to Page 3


New Traffic Signal
By KEITH BLACKMAR fordville. Some of the money
Of Tne Wakulla rns could be used for traffic lights
Florida Department ofTrans- or for a turn lane on Highway
portation (DOT) officials re- 267 at the U.S. JHighway 319
cently completed an "opera- intersection.
tional and safety study" at the Commissioner Brian Langs-
intersection of Highway 363 and ton said the state must redesign
Highway 267 and determined the Highway 267-Highway 363
the intersection meets federal intersection to eliminate grid-
guidelines for signalization, lock during the morning comr-
The study included "turn- mute. Kessler said the board
ing movement counts," a field needs to act quickly to get the
study and review of crash his- project completed.
tory. DOT officials said a "traffic Past requests for the traffic
signal willbe constructed when signal by the Community Traf-
funding becomes available." fic Safety Team (CTST) were
But Wakulla County Commis- rejected until May of this year.
sioners said they do not want to The board also asked
wait on the state. On Monday, Blanchard to speak to DOT
Sept. 18, they asked County about placing a westbound turn
Administrator Joe Blanchard to lane on Highway 267 for motor-
meet with DOT about creating ists attempting to turn left onto
a partnership to pay for the U.S. Highway 319.
project sooner. Kessler is also pushing the
Commissioner Howard Kes- board to erect traffic lights at
sler said the county could put the East Ivan Road and Whid-
some money toward the project don Lake Road intersections
to get it done quicker. The DOT wifh U.S. Highway 319. Turn
will soon send the county a $1.2 lanes have been approved for
million check for reimburse- the intersections.
ment of costs the county paid PSG Project Manager Randy
for the addition of the third lane Merritt said the intersection
on U.S. Highway 319 in Craw- will have to be redesigned since


Planned
East Ivan Road and-Whiddon
Lake Road are a short distance
apart.
Blanchard said he will dis-
cuss the matters with DOT and
give commissioners an update
at a future board meeting.
In other matters in front of
the. Wakulla County Commis-
sion Monday, Sept. 18:
Commissioner Ed Brimner
said he will make a proposal
to the county commission to
put the "Citizens to be Heard"
section of the board meetings
back on television. The change
will be part of his agenda policy
proposal, he said.
Wakulla County Attorney
Ron Mowrey will review a
proposal from Veteran Service
Officer Alfred Nelson that could
create tax breaks for county vet-
erans serving in combat zones.
The tax discounts could be as
much as $600 per year.
Board members agreed
to record all county commis-
sion meetings and workshops
along with planning and zoning
meetings. The board had not
recorded workshops because no
voting takes place there.


Kessler Seeks District 4

Commission Seat


Wakulla County Commis-
sioner Howard Kessler of Dis-
trict 4 is seeking a second term
in his post.
Kessler said residents told
him in 2002 they saw a need
for a change on the board if the
county were to remain a special
place.
"Serving in an elected capac-
ity was not new to me, having
been elected to serve as .Chief
of Surgery of Orthopedics dur-
ing my career as an orthopedic
surgeon in Sarasota," said Dr.
Kessler.
"One of the most important
issues to the people in this
county is the cost of living," he
said. "Lower taxes are essential
if families and businesses are
to prosper. My record shows my
consistent vote for lower prop-
erty taxes, and often I was. the
only commissioner who voted
to lower taxes."
Kessler added that public
participation in county govern-
ment should be encouraged,
and everyone should be treated
equally.
"My vote was to keep the


Howard Kessler
voices of the people on televi-
sion at board meetings so their
ideas could be heard by not
only commissioners, but also by
viewers at home. People deserve
the right to hear what their fel-
low citizens are saying."
Kessler stated that account-
ability in county government is
another serious issue.
"I will continue to work for
a state operational audit of
Please turn to Page 24


Inside
This Week
Almanac Page 13
Church Page 4
Classifieds.................. Page 18
Comment & Opinion...Page 2
Crossword Puzzle..... Page 18
Outdoors..................... Page 12
People Page 6
School Page 11
Sheriff's Report.......... Page 17
Sports Page 10
Week In Wakulla..........Page 3

Coming
Next Week
Final Budget WilkBe
Announced


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Comment &Opinion

Established in Wakulla County in 1895


Our View


lIt's Your Money

After earlier toying with the idea of raising the.millage,
iWakulla County Commissioners voted at a budget hearing
on Tuesday, Sept. 12, to go back to the same rate as last
Year 8.25 mills.
* That is the good news.
Now for the not-so-good news. The board tentatively
approved a 2006-07 budget that is nearly 11 percent larger
'than the budget year that is about to conclude. The board
is also planning to increase the Municipal Service Ben-
efit Unit (MSBU) special assessment for fire protection to
,nearly double the $35 taxpayers are beipg charged now. A
proposal of $65 per parcel is sitting on the table awaiting
an October public heating,
As part of this budget, many of the county departments
have received massive budget increases, and the volunteer
firefighters are now getting money from the general rev-
enue budget as well as through Special assessments.
The tentative budget approval seems to have made
the county department heads and constitutional officers
'happy. None of them have expressed any displeasure to-
ward the board over the budget process ... at least not in
public. Meanwhile. an amazingly low number of county
taxpayers expressed concerns. Fewer than 10 property
owners atthe meeting spoke about millage rates, budgets
and taxes.
What's amazing about that is during the past several
weeks, many residents have expressed their displeasure
about the board members' handling of the budget to The
Wakulla News. However, few individuals took the time to
speak to the commission.
That's a shame. We all lead busy lives, but if we don't
take the time to actively participate in government, then
we're only cheating ourselves. And the county's budget
process is one issue that requires all of our attention.
At the same 8.25 millage rate, most property owners still
:will be paying higher taxes because property appraisals
go up at least three percent each year.
On its face, that's not a totally bothersome develop-
iment, Many citizens want improved services to go along
with the county's dramatic growth, and we all know that
services come with a price. Fine.
But at the same time, it's the citizens' responsibility
to monitor the services they're receiving and evaluate
whether the commissioners are being good stewards of
their tax dollars. A quick look around the county raises
some questions in this regard.
Many county roads_.4re.in,pqor condition., Sewage
I teatment services'are only available to a small percent-'
jage of residents. Commissioners are working to get the
i newly proposed elementary school corrected to central
sewage at a time when not all of the existing schools are
Connected.
SThe county has done little to address residents' garbage
Ipick-up concerns, as was evident when Waste Manage-
Sment pulled out of the residential garbage business.
SMosquito control was dropped by the county and will
ibe administered by the health department. Many road
paving projects have come with excessively long waits.
Meanwhile, volunteer firefighters are attempting to
make up for years of funding neglect by requesting mas-
Ssive budget increases. While improved emergency services
are on everyone's wish list, poor planning, on the part
jof the county should not become an emergency funding
Issue for taxpayers.
We are pleased to note that this budget is not yet set
in stone. There is still time for the commissioners to
think about shifting some priorities rather than making
it their business tp fund nearly every request that comes
their way.
Wakulla County voters spoke loudly on Sept. 5 and will
have a chance to speak again at three other occasions in
;the next three months. Taxpayers are invited to attend
&the Tuesday, Sept. 26, final budget hearing at 6 p.m. in
.the board chambers. They are also invited to attend a
.public hearing Monday, Oct. 23, at 6 p.m. to discuss the
,.increase,in the MSBU,
And, of course. voters will have one more chance to go
jto the polls on Tuesday. Nov. 7.
If you believe every county tax) dollar is being spent
wisely, then by all means, eijoy another night at home.
But remember that now is the time to get interested and
involved not when the tax bills arrive.


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Commission Praised'
For MLK.Decision
Editor, The News:.' -
Kudos to the county com-
missioners for doing the right
thing in pledging $3,000 toward
the cost of a granite monument
honoring Dr. Martin Luther
King.
It is unfortunate that this
act is fence-mending for previ-
ous cold-hearted intolerance
and vandalism from within the
community instead of simple
celebration. It also is sad that
this monument has to be placed
near the courthouse so It will be
safe from fur-ther-vandalism.
But it is the right thing.
pr. King's activities were
basedfon the Christian ideals
of love and equality. He fought
blind hatred and unspeakable
abuse with courage and non-
violent leadership, encouraging
hope and effecting positive
change.
He helped newer genera-
tions move toward the privilege
of knowing and, hopefully, lov-
ing one another.
Racism is not dead yet, but
we share the dream that one
day it will be known only in
history books.
Thank you, commissioners,
for doing the right thing and
taking us at least one baby step
toward that day.
Jane Jones
Crawfordville

NJROTC Thankful For
Community Support
Editor, The News:
We want to.take this oppor-
tunity to thank the sponsors of
our first annual NJROTC Golf
Tournament, scheduled for Oct.
13 at Wildwood Country Club.
We would like to express our
sincere gratitude to Mr. Sandy
McArthur of the N.G. Wade
Investment Company for his,
extremely generous support as
the major sponsor. He eagerly
welcomed the opportunity to.
support the youth of Wakulla
County, and we appreciate his:
continued faithfulness to-our'
program.
We would also like to thank
the tournament sponsors Am-
eris Bank, Mr. John Lentz, Veolia
Water, Wakulla Bank and the
Wakulla Rotary Club and the
many team and hole sponsors.
Fund-raising efforts such
a this tournament enable the
unit to offer every cadet an
equal opportunity, regardless
of economic status, to partici-
pate fully in all unit activities.
These include orientation trips
to military bases, field meet
competitions and tradition-rich
social events.
We greatly appreciate the
continued support of all our
sponsors in enabling us to
achieve the success we have
,enjoyed.
If you or your group is in-


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terested in sponsoring a team
for this tournament, please
contact the NJROTC office at
926-1944. ,
Capt. Ron Huddleston
and Lt. Mike Stewart
NJROTC,

Water Issue Forces Us
To Look At Future
Editor, The News:
Here are my thoughts on
some current events:
The biggest problem with:
selling any of our water is the
precedent it sets. Maybe the
loss isn't big enough to hurt the
shellfish industry or leave too
little for our citizens this year,
but what happens the next time
South Florida knocks on the
door? Or when our population
is many times what it is now?
At my first planning and
zoning meeting last week. I was
impressed by the way Robert's
Rules of Order was used to ef-
ficiently accomplish the tasks
and how all participants be-
haved like ladies and gentle-
men. The next night I went to
the commissioners' first budget
meeting ...
Marcia Bjerregaard
SCrawfordville
Emergency Workers
Saved My-Life
Editor, The News:
Ori Tuesday, Sept. 12,1 went
into cardiac arrest due to a birth
defect that was unbeknownst
to me. When I called 911, the
Wakulla County EMTs promptly
arrived at my home.
Now I want to thank those
men and women from the
Wakulla County EMS Unit and
from the Life Flight crew from
Tallahassee who came to my
rescue. If it had not been for the
loving care and sincere dedica-
tion that they provided to me,
I probably would not be here
today to write this letter.
I know in my heart that
God sent these "angels" to me.
I apologize because I do not
know any of your names; but
each of you know who you are,
and I am forever grateful to each
and every one of you.
For anyone who may ever
need their services, please be
proud and grateful that you live


in Wakulla County, whose EMS
unit is the best around.
And as I said, although I do
not know your names, I will
forever remember your loving
and kind faces and will always
remember you in my heart.
Sincerely, on behalf of my-
self, my husband Billy and
children Justin and Sam,
Rhonda Pigott
Crawfordville

When 'Citizens To Be
Heard' Aren't Heard
Editor, T h'Neie'' '
It's Monday. I've been sitting
here trying .titeit:'whefir
to go to the BOCC meeting
tonight.
Mr. Brimner has "citizens
to be heard" on the agenda.
For discussion. I don't know if
people know what that item
means, but it means that Mr.
Brimner wants to discuss it, but
won't allow discussion from
citizens.
iAnd I find that pretty ironic
"Citizens to be Heard" with
no citizens able to be heard. So
much for democracy.
If the plan here is to embar-
rass Commissioner Kessler, I
would like to remind people
that Dr. Kessler voted to keep
"Citizens to be Heard" and has
gone to great lengths to work to
keep it. And he has made that
cear he's not hiding.
On the other hand, Mr.
Brimner voted for "Citizens to
be Heard," then wrote this long
letter/e-mail against it. Well, I
find this totally political on his
part and very two-faced. I also
find his comments about Dr.
Kessler very insulting, uncivil
and demeaning.
Mr. Brimner knocks Dr. Kes-
Ssler at every turn to advance his
political career. Well, "birds of a
feather" and all that, as I think
those that would ally with Mr.
Brimner are not in tune with
what citizens want.
Time after time we've seen
That people want open, fair,
transparent, accountable gov-
ernment with a level playing
field. Witness all the 'support
for the SLAPP suit benefits, the
uproar over the "Citizens to be
Heard" and more.
You know, I think I'll go
tonight. Not speaking about


"Citizens to be Heard" isn't any
fun. But watching Mr. Brimner
speak out of both sides of his
mouth ... well, that's priceless.
Hugh Taylor
Crawfordville
and Tallahassee

Birthday Thieves
Should Be Ashamed
.Editor, The News:
-On Sept. 2, I invited ap-
proximately 100 people, family
and friends into my home to
celebrate two birthdays. My
granddaughter turned 1 and
Smy son 23.
We had hamburgers' and
"ot dogs and all the fixings.
Everything was really nice. so
I heard.
The celebration was focused
on my granddaughter's first
birthday. In addition to celebrat-
ing her special day. my son also
received about 15 birthday cards
and gifts.
At the end of the day, my
son opened his cards and found
nothing. Imagine his disap-
pointment knowing that a few
people had given him, some
birthday money. Thanks to
someone at the party who
opened his cards and took his
money; And take this as a'warn-
ing to all who read this: "Be
Aware of Family and Friends."
If you are the criminal and
read this letter, please feel it in
your heart to return his birthday
money.
Ricky and Mitzi Revpll
Crawfordville

Though Not In Office,
I Still Plan To Help
Editor, The News:
I want to take this time to
thank all of you who voted and
supported me this past election;
Most especially, I want to thank
my contributors for their sup-
port and confidence in me.
It has been a challenging
opportunity to have served on
the commission board. I have
enjoyed it very much. I'm very
proud of my accomplishments.
I have always loved Wakulla
County and always will. I love to
help people and will continue
as life goes forward. If I can
be of help, please contact me
anytime. Please get out and vote
your choice.
Henry Vause
Crawfordville


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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006-Page 3


MBSU


Conptnued from Page 1
fewer than 1,500 square feet
have not been required to pay
the extra square footage cost in
past years.
Commissioners found sup-
Sport for their MSBU increase at
the special meeting and added
that they did not anticipate
much opposition to the increase
at the public hearing.
But Commissioner Maxie
Lawhon said impacted property
owners should have the oppor-
tunity to speak about the special
assessment increase. When the
board discussed the possibility
of voting on the MSBU increase
on Sept. 18, Lawhon said indi-
viduals with multiple rentals
will be affected and will want
to speak.
The board also discussed
the possibility of increasing
the MSBU to $90 before falling
back to proposals of $40 and
$50, ultimately settling on the
$65 idea.
"We need an MSBU reserve
of $930,000 to get us on the



Budget
Continued from Page 1
Blanchard said the total cost
for the new items was $2.8
million. The budget included a
surplus of $51,800, which board
members put into the reserve
fund.
"I think the citizens want us
to start at a level ... with cuts
... that lower the millage," said
Commissioner Kessler. "I would
urge the board to consider a mill-
age rate lower than 8.21."
Resident Michael West asked
the board to consider raising im-
pact fees as a method to reduce
some of the tax burden being
place upon existing property
owners.
"I personally think the impact
fees are way too low," he said.
Commissioner Maxie Lawhon
responded, by saying a new
impact fee study is nearly com-
plete, and impact fees will be
going up. New residents pay
approximately $1,250 now, and
SLawhon estimated the fee could
jump to $3,000. Commercial rates
will' probably increase as well,
ne added. .
r.. "It's way too low; and. every-
%oidy onr the' board knows that,"
Commissioner Ed Brimner said
of impact fees.
Commissioner Kessler added
that the current impact fees are
based upon a 1997 consultant
study, and board members at
that time only adopted 25 per-
cent of the recommended fee for
new commercial development.:
SReal estate broker Ted Gaupin
told board members that sur-
rounding counties have low-
ered their millage rates to give
property owners some tax relief.
He recommended the county
S"tighten their belts" with an
impending real estate recession
on the horizon.
Dana Peck scolded board
members for not producing
a budget document residents
could take home and review.
Instead, the board allowed the
clerk's office financial staff to
project budget items pn two
screens on either side of the
board chambers.
"This is the people's money,"
said Peck. "How can the people
see how the money is being
spent? This Sunshine is get-
ting cloudier and cloudier," she
added, in reference to the state
Sunshine Law regarding public
access to documents.
Resident George Raimo added
that the county budget con-
tained a great deal of fat. "Take
a hard look at it," he said.
Other residents suggested
using a centralized and con-
solidated telephone system
and computer network to save
taxpayer money and avoid du-
plication of efforts.
"I'm a new resident," said Wil-
liam Dozier, formerly of Ohio.
"My welcome was my tax notice.
It was a rude shock. The county
needs to start tightening up."
Commissioners debated the
'value of new paid firefighters


and law enforcement officials.
Commissioner Brian Langston
said the paid firefighters, "are
something that is desperately
Neededd"
Commissioner Kessler said
the needs of firefighters and law
enforcement officials are impor-
tant. But he added that budget
changes are needed.
"It's time for the board to run
the budget and not be pulled by
:the departments," he said.
Commissioner Lawhon asked
Kessler to provide suggestions of
i.


road to where we need to be,"
said David Harrison, president
of the Wakulla United Firefight-
ers Association. "The needs are
there."
Board members discussed es-
tablishing a variable MSBU rate
based on the size of the home.
But the discussion did not get far
before being withdrawn.
Commissioners agreed that
a portion of the updated impact
fees will go toward fire services,
giving the volunteer firefighters
three funding sources: MSBU,
general revenue and impact
fees. The new study of impact
fees has not yet been adopted
by the board.
Resident Ron Piasecki was
the first to suggest increasing
the MSBU to the $60 range as a
way of splitting the difference
between the existing $35 and
the proposed $90.
Jimmie Doyle asked the board
to use a $1.2 million road project
reimbursement from the Florida
Department of Transportation
to help the firefighters. Karen


where the county budget could
be cut. Lawhon noted that Kes-
sler wants a smaller budget but
has not provided any sugges-
tions of where he would reduce
spending.
"We all want to lower the
millage rate," said Lawhon.
"Nobody has gotten a budget
cut," said Commissioner Brim-
ner. "We're just reducing the
increase; The reserve is grossly
small."
Commissioners added the
$51,800 surplus to the $266,000
reserve prior to adjourning
the budget hearing. Last year,
the county had a reserve
fund of $299,000, according to
Blanchard.
This year, the total general
revenue fund is $20,560,355,
while the overall county budget
is $43,929,501.
Board members.did not take
any action to change the $:.5
MSBU special assessment for fire
services at the Sept. 12 meeting,
but said they hoped to address
it at a later date.
The sec~a~gpdjpaj get
X; _aingwiil/L4e ,qdj, pday,
'~e ~)lc~i,~. ~p ,the board
chambers. The new budget year
begins Sunday, Oct. 1, and con-
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Ross stated her concern about
increasing insurance rates if the
firefighters are "not properly
funded."
Daniel Thompson said fire-
fighters are, "just as important as
the sheriff's office is" and should
be funded accordingly.
John Trice said he supported
higher millage rates to fund the
fire departments.
Commissioner Howard Kes-
sler concluded that the board
must find a way to fund the fire-
fighters while still attempting to
drive down the millage rate.

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his way of life," Fulford said.
While he has been in jail
on these charges, Fulford said,
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victim in the Leon County case
indicating his fond memories
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Defense attorney Lynn Alan
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Church

Celebrates

Anniversary
The Crawfordville United
Methodist Church will celebrate
its 140th anniversary on Sunday,
Oct. 29. Program activities will
begin at 10:30 a.m. with Pastor
Tony Rosenberger delivering the
morning message.
A covered dish luncheon will
follow in the church fellowship
hall. All community churches,
friends and neighbors are in-
vited to join in the special time
of praise.

Fortune Family

Performs at

Panacea Park
The Fortune Family from
Toomsboro, Ga., will perform
in Wakulla County on Saturday,
Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 1. The
group includes 10 family mem-
bers who appeared in 32 states
in 2005.
The Sept. 30 performance will
be held at Panacea Park Baptist
Church, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m..
on Fishing Fool Lane. Admission
is free and refreshments will be
served.
The Oct. 1 performance will
be held at Shady Sea Baptist
Church at 11 a.m., in Spring
Creek. Admission is free and
dinner will be served on the
grounds. Everyone is invited to
attend.

Summerfest

Sing Event
Gospel Summerfest Sing, a
concert and family-style event, is
scheduled to be held this Satur-
day at Hudson Park from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. The concert will feature
several Gospel performers and is
designed to provide "Christian
fellowship to all denominations
and all races."
The event is free to the public.
but donations will be accepted.
Along with the music, there
will be food vendors and family
atiyities, Some seating will be
provided, but you can bring your
owvn'yhairs as well.

Ivan Celebrates
Homecoming
Ivan Assembly of God will
celebrate homecoming on Oct.
1. The Keffers of Nashville. Ga.,
will be ministering in song and
the word at the 11 a.m. service.
There will be lunch afterward in
the fellowship hall.

Men And Women
Day At Thessalonia
Thessalonia Missionary Bap-
tist Church, the Rev. Frederick
Bell, pastor, will be, celebrating
the annual Men and Women Day
on Sunday. Sept. 24, at 11 a.m.
Pastor D'errick Nelson and
Rocky Mount Church will be in
charge of the service. Everyone
is welcome to attend. For more
information, call Minister Isaac
or Gwendolyn Williams at 421-
2641.


SWakulla
SUnited Mleihodist Church
Sunday .,',lrmr ,p.,r.rri _r,,\.~. 'I.'i m
Sunday School for all ages -10 a.m.
%Sundji I.rip. 11 a.m.
". '.\':dn I. i .r,,o: -7p.m.
1584 Old Woodville Rd.
Wakulla Station
421-5741
Pastor Drew Standridge


GRACE
BAPTIST CHURCH
"Where everybody is somebody in His body."
Sunday School........'.... ..; 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............10:30 a.m.
Evening Worship..................7 p.m.
Wednesday Evening ......... 6:45 p.m.
Pastor. Gary Tucker
926-3217


Ivan Assembly of God
202 Ivan Church Road
IMMMwM4U Crawfordville
| Pastor,
Daniel Cooksey
"Co,,, IYrsrp ith Us',
926-IVAN(4826)
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship ..'................. 11 a.m.
'Evening Worship....................6 p.m.
Wednesday Service.....:............7 p.m.
& Youth Service 7 p.m.
Royal' Rangers 7 p.m.
Missionettes 7 p.m.


Obituaries

Harriett B. Brooks
Harriett Burch Brooks, 82, of
Gainesville died Sunday, Sept.
10.
No services are planned.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the American Cancer
Society, Citrus County Unit, P.O.
Box 1902, Inverness, FL 34451, or
call (800) 227-2345.
A native of DeLand, she was
the daughter of William A. Burch
and Mary Cadwadler Burch.
She was a nurse who earned
her degree from Grady Memo-
rial Hospital in Atlanta and her
public health degree from the
University of North Carolina
in Chapel Hill. She started her
nursing career at Lykes Memorial
Hospital in Brooksville.
She was the Citrus County
Health Department nurse and
worked for the state Department
of Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices before retiring. She moved
to Gainesville from Brooksville
in 2001 and was a strong advor-
cate of public health and geriat-
ric care. She was a member of
Eden Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Mary Ann Owens arid hus-
band John of Sopchoppy and Su-
san Brooks Gair and husband Bill
of Gainesville; a sister, Marion
Knapp of.DeBary; four grand-
children, Ly'ndsey Marie Gair
and Lauren Nicole Gair, both of
Gainesville, Wendy Louise Porto
of East Ridge, Tenn., and Kathy
Porto Veal of Ringgold, Ga.; and
three grandchildren.
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Episcopal
,9 Church
1255 Rehwinkel Rd.
.I IriG corner 0r R.lhA'inr.Il Ra 6 'JU 98
Sunday School
Holy Eucharist 8:30 am
Youth & Adults 9:30 AM
Children 10:30 AM
Worship 10:30 AM
Reverend John Spicer
926-4288


Ochlockonee


United
MVethodist
Church
Sunday Worship 9 a.m.
Adult Sunday Schodl 10:30 a.m.
0aestor rett cernpleton
S (850) 962-2984


Panacea Park

Baptist Church
24 Mission Road, Pahacea
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
Pastor, Jerry Spears
2


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Ann Seton
Catholic Clhuioh
Mass 9 a.m. Sunday
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Father James MacGee, Pastor
3609 Coastal Hwy. (US 98)
926-1797


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Sunday Activities Wednesday Evening Activities
Continental Breakfast 9:15 a.m. Family Night Supper' 5:30 p.m.
Bible Study/Fellowship .9:45 a.m. Children/Youth/Adult Activities 6:45 p.m.
Worship Service 11 a.m.
General Office Houis: Monday Friday 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
Office 850-926-5152 Fax 850-926-5825 School Office 850-926-5583
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3086 Crawfordville Hwy.
(South of the Courthouse)
Church Office; 926-7896
www.fbccrawfordville.org
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(youth) www.crbsstraining.org


Schedule of Services
* Sunday 11 a.m.
* Wednesday 7p.m. i II
* Thursday Ladies
Bible Study 10 a.m:
2263 Curtis Mill Rd.
Sopchoppy, FL' 962-3774
Pastor John S. Dunning
(From Rhema Bible Training Center)


SUNDAY


8:30 a.m.
9:45 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.


Early Worship
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship


WEDNESDAY


6:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.


Fellowship Meal
(call for reservations)
Prayer/ Bible Study
IMPACT (Youth)
Children's Events


Church


Crawfordville United Methodist Church
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 8:30 a.m. & i1 a.m.
Pastor Tony Rosenberger "Come r0 Wi
UNITED 926-7209 With Us
METHODIST
CMETHOIS Ochlockonee & Arran Road
CHURCH www.gbgm-umc.org/cvilleume


Trinity
Lutheran
Church of Wakulla County
Hwy. 98, Across from WHS
Web site:
TrinityLutheranofWakulla.com
Bible Class 9:00 a.m.
Worship 10:00 a.m.
Pre-School M-F (3-5 Years)
Pastor Les Kimball
Church 926-7808 Pre-'School 926-5557


SSunday School
PresbyterXan 9:30 a am.
StA | Worship 10:30 a.m.
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Across from Medart Rec Park
926-4569 Where Heart and Head Find Faith in God
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My Dearest Kathy,
We thought ofyou with love today, but
r that is nothing new. We thought about
you yesterday.and the day before that
too. We think ofyou in silence and often
speak your name. Now all we have are
memories. Our lives are not the same.
, .iy', 'u Your memory is our keepsake, with which
.?*' we'll never part. God has you in his
keeping, we have you in our hearts. a
We love you and miss you!
Mom, Gene, Mark, Michael, Kristina, Robert,
Marissa, Michael, Shana, Brianna & Patsy Barwick -

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Sopchoppy Sopchoppy
Church Of Christ United
Corner of Winthrop & Byrd St.
Sunday: Bible Study ...9:30 a.m. Methodist
Worship................... 10:30 a.m. Ch
Evening Worship .............5 p.m.Church
Wednesday: Bible Study...7 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Visitors are welcome! Worship I I a.m.
Home Bible Courses available... Pastor Brett Templeton
please call for details,
a9 _,oofi2 850-962-2984


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


Hwy 319 Medart,
.Office 926-5265
( Early Worship 8:30 am.
r- r Sunday School 9.45 am.
S) Morning Worship 11:00 am.
AWANA Clubs 4:00 p.m.
Youth Zo' Time 4:30 p.m.
.Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Our Mission is: Loving God and Loving Others
S through Worship, Ministry and Service. ',
Operating like a family; strong in the Word of God. warm ind
inviting. Powerful ministries for strengthening our families.
Reachig Children, Youth, Adults and Seniors for Jesus.
We will look forward to seeing you this Lord's Day.
www.lakeellenbaptistchurch.org


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Obituaries
Continued from Page 4
Rosetta G. Cramotie
Rosetta Gavin Cramotie of
Los Angeles, Calif., died Thurs-
day, Sept. 14, in Los Angeles.
She was the eldest daugh-
ter of Tom and Allie Maude
Gavin and a member of the
Class of 1948 at Shadeville High
School.
The funeral service will be
held Saturday, Sept. 23, in Los
Angeles. For more information,
call her niece Janice Andrews at
(850) 617-2588 or (850) 264-6711.

Cora G. M. Hay
Cora Green Meadows Hay, 92,
of Tallahassee died Wednesday,
Sept. 13.
The funeral service was held
Sunday, Sept. 17, at Culley's
MeadowWood Funeral Home
in Tallahassee with burial at
Oakland Cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308, or First Baptist Church,
Building for the Community
Fund, 1108 West College Ave.,
Tallahassee, FL, 32301.
A native of Sopchoppy, she
was the oldest of seven children.
She was an active member of
First Baptist Church of Talla-
hassee and the Esther Sunday
School Class. She was formerly-
employed by Rose Printing
Company and the Department
of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles, from which she retired'
Aug. 31. 1974, after more than
17 years.
Survivors include a brother,
Col. Frank D. Metcalf and wife
Carolyn of Oyster Bay; a. daugh-
ter, Tawanna Meadows Hay and
husband W.L. "Pete' of Havana;
two stepsons, James C; Hay, Jr.'
and wife Harriet of Ocala and,
Larry V. Hay and wife Jean of
Fort Myers; two grandsons. Karl'
L. Hay and wife Laura of Alston,
Ga., and Keith A. Hay and wife


April of Tallahassee; a grand-
daughter, Sheryl Hay Vickery
and husband Farris of Jackson-
ville; two step-grandsons, Ken-
neth Standly and wife Bonnie of
Greenwood, S.C., and Alan Hay
and wife Arlene of Niceville; five
step-granddaughters, Tammy
Young and husband Steven of
Dunnellon, Kimberly Ayers and
husband Jimmy of Hermitage,
Tenn., Carol Tinder and husband
Sonny of Clover, S.C., Peggy Pet-
tit and husband Joe of Lilburn,
Ga., and Jennifer Ziegler of Fort
Myers; nine great-grandchildren;
16 step-great-grandchildren;
and 11 step-great-great-grand-
children;
Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.
Dorothy Hudson
Dorothy Hudson, 51, of Craw-
fordville died Friday, Sept. 15, in
Crawfordville.
The funeral service was held
Monday, Sept. 18, at New Hope
Baptist Church in Tallahassee
with burial at the church cem-
etery. Memorial contributions
may be made to Big Bend Hos-'
pice, 1723 Miahan Center Blvd..
Tallahassee, FL 32308.
A native of Tallahassee and a
lifelong resident of the Tallahas-
see and Crawfordville areas, she
was formerly the deli manager
and cake decorator at Publix Su-
permarkets. She was a member
of Lakewood Baptist Church and
also attended New Hope Baptist
Church.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 34 years, Thomas B,
Hudson of Crawfordville; a son,
William Hudson of Crawford-
ville; a daughter, Tiffany Hudson
of Crawfordville; a sister, Nancy
Ward of Tallahassee; and two
brothers, Melford Sims of Tal-:
lahassee and Willis Sims of
Crawfordville.
Bevis Funeral Home in Tal-
lahassee was in charge of the
arrangements.


Melba L. Merritt
Melba L. Merritt, 68, of Talla-
hassee died Monday, Sept. 11.
The funeral service was held
Thursday, Sept. 14, at Culley's
MeadowWood Funeral Home
in Tallahassee with burial at
Woodville Cemetery.
A native of Georgia, she was
a longtime resident of Tallahas-
see. She was a homemaker and
co-owner with her husband of
Merritt Painting and Sandblast-
ing.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 51 years, Hubert H.
Merritt of Tallahassee; a daugh-
ter, Cindi Merritt Walden and
husband Glenn of Crawfordville;
a son, Gary E Merritt and wife
Susan of Tallahassee; a sister,
Mary Cameron Helsey; a brother,
Winston O'Neal White; two
aunts, Cora Joyner and Emma
Dean; and an uncle, Horace
Glover,
.Culley's MeadowWood Fu-
neral Home in Tallahassee was
in charge of the arrangements.

David M. Phillips
David Maxwell Phillips, 53,
of Crawfordville died Thursday,
Sept. 14, in Crawfordville.
The funeral service was held
Sunday, Sept. 17, at Grace Baptist
Church in Quincy with burial at
Hillcrest Cemetery.
He was employed by the U.S.
Postal Service at Lake Jackson.
Survivors include two sons,
Ryan Phillips 'oi Brandon and
Jonathan Phillips of Fernandina
Beach; a sister, Linda Phillips
Roberts of Lake Tallavana: three
brothers, the Rev. Ronnie Phil-
lips of Charlotte, N.C., Michael
Phillips of Cairo, Ga., and Al'
Phillips of Crawfordville; a com-
panion, Joyce Sanders of Craw-l
fordville; and his son's mother.
Sherry Phillips of Tallahassee.
Charles McClellan Funeral
Home in Quincy was in charge
of the arrangements.


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The Wakulla County Clerk for the clerk's office to conduct (CRTPA) work zone, which in-
of the Court's office has asked a fee audit. dudes the northern section of
County Attorney Ron Mowrey e 'd Kes- Wakula County. : ..
to s to ler requested additional time to A Chevroletftruck was pur-
Development Tax ordinance review the proposed document, chased through state conuact for
making it easier for the clerk to and board members agreed to the mosquito control service at
collect tourist fees. continue the issue to a future the health department. The cost
County Finance Officer Greg board meeting. of the vehicle is $13,763.
James said state Department In other matters in front of
of Revenue regulations prevent the Wakulla County Commis- /,
him, from discussing specifics sion Monday, Sept. 18:- y 4 y"W
of collection issues, but he The board met with Bruce
added that the county is owed Ballister of the Apalached Re-
a substantial amount of bed tax gional Planning Council to sub-
collections. mit three projects to the Florida
Several years ago,. commis- Department of Transportation
sioners implemented a 2 per- (DO.T) five-year work plan,
cent bed tax to raise money to The projects including a
assist the county pursue tourism third or "suicide" lane on U.S. t./,
opportunities. The tourism tax Highway 98 in Panacea: a bridge
became an issue when sub-, replacement on Syphrert Creek 'P t
stantial fees.were collected and in the Sanborn community: and )9
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said Mowrey.. in St, Marks, including orga-
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community of Crawfordville
may soon see $200,000 worth
of grant-funded improvements
at the recreation facility.
On Thursday, Sept. 7, Wakulla
County Commissiofners held a
public hearing as a final step
toward applying for Florida
Recreation Development Assis-
tance Program (FRDAP) money
from the state Department of
Environmental Protection.
SOn Aug. 7, county commis-
sioners signed a resolution au-
thorizing Wakulla County Grants
and Special Projects Coordinator
Pain Portwood to apply for the
grant.
No match money is required
from local government.
Portwood said the grant pro-
posal includes two playgrounds,
one for children ages 5 and
younger, arnd one for children
ages 6 through 12. In addition,
a walking/biking trail will be
included along with a tennis
court, renovations to the existing
picnic pavilion, cooking grills,
restrooms, water fountains, park
benches and parking spaces.
During the planning phase,
Portwood has held meetings
with neighbors who live near
Hickory Park. She said they have
also requested security lighting
and traffic calming-devices in the
neighborhood. ,
Portwood added that she
wants to get youths involved in
the park planning phases. since
youths will be using the facility
the most.
Resident Lynn Artz applauded
the efforts of the county and
said the facility. "will be greatly
appreciated."
Commissioner Howard Kes-,
sler said that young people have
expressed a desire to have a bas-
ketball court instead of a tennis
court at Hickory Park.
Commissioner Ed Brimner
suggested that the county could
add basketball goals on the side
of the tenais..cmut sa.thefacility
could be-used for bfstFPi..,
Povtil~ 'd'has until Friday.
Sept. 15.-to submit the' final.
grant application to the",,tate.
Nobody spoke in opposition to
the proposal.


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WEEK IN WAKULLA
Thursday, September 21, 2006
COASTAL OPTIMIST CLUB meets at Posey's Up the Creek in Panacea at noon.
ROTARY CLUB meets at the senior center at 12 noon.
REPUBLICAN PARTY meets at The Landing in.Panacea at 6:30 p.m.
ST. MARKS CITY COMMISSION meets for a workshop at city hall in St. Marks at
6 p.m.
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL meets at the Wakulla Welcome Center in
Panacea at 8:30 a.m.
Friday, September 22,2006
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP meets at the senior center at 1:30 p.m.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets at the public library at 3 p.m.
PICKIN' 'N' GRINNIN' JAM SESSION will be held at the senior center from 10
a.m. to noon. (Also on Tuesdays..)
Saturday, September 23,2006
FAMILY FUN DAY, sponsored by Woodmen of the World, will be held at Hudson
Park from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
OLD JAIL MUSEUM will be open selling thrift shop and historical society items to
benefit renovation of the museum from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, September 24,2006
"APALACHICOLA RIVER: AN AMERICAN TREASURE" will have an opening
reception at the Wakulla Welcome Center in Panacea from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. for an ex-
hibit featuring the work of photographers Clyde Butcher and Richard Bickel. Tickets
are $20 per person and benefits the Welcome Center. Filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus will
preerin hi doc umenLtar on.the Apalachicola River and Sammy Tedder, who scored
mhe nilm. 'ill perft.rm
Monday, September 25,2006
ST. MARKS CITY COMMISSION meets at city hall in St. Marks for the final budget'
hearing at 6 p mA %ork.hop on grinder pumps will be held immediately after..
Tuesday September 26, 2006
COUNTY COMMISSION ill mniet in the commission boardroom for a final budget
heannr a ib p m
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP. ;pon.ored by Big Bend Hospice, will be held at the
ho'pkce orice. 2Ss9 Crae ford% ille H" y., Suite C, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
IRIS AT NIGHT GARDEN CLUB ,ilII meet at the public library at7 p.m.
NA meei ar .loanna Johnzon'i office in the Barry Building at7 p.m.
W\\RITERS OF \\AKL LLLA mee[ at the public library at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
AA meets at Ochlockonee Bay UMC on Surf Road at noon.
BRAIN GYM CLASS will be held atthe senior citizens center at 10:30 a.m.
SCHOOL BOARD meets in school administration buildifig for a special meeting on
accreditation at 3 p.m:


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Page 6-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006


People


BIRTHS
Nathaniel W. Jacobs
Walter and. Samantha Jacobs
of Crawfordville announce the
birth of their son, Nathaniel
'Wesley Jacobs, on Sept. 9 at Tal-
lahassee Memorial Hospital. He
,weighed 9 pounds, 15 ounces
and measured 22 inches in
length.
Maternal grandparents are
Samuel and Stacy Holley of
Crawfordville. Paternal grand-
parents are Joseph and Wilma
Jacobs of Crawfordville.
Maternal great-grandparent
is Grace Hall of Crawfordville.
Paternal great-grandparent is
-Winnie Pitts of Panama City.
Nathaniel joins a sister. Ga-
briella Jacobs.

Kolbie E. Jones
Merwyn Jones II and Windy
Jones of Crawfordville announce
Fthe birth of their daughter. Kol-
,bie Elizabeth Jones, on Aug. 29
iat Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-
Stal. She weighed 8 pounds, 10
ounces and measured 20 3/4
iinches in length.
i Maternal grandparents are
;Houston and Beth Taff of Craw-
fordville. Paternal grandparents
:are Merwyn and Pat Jones of
Crawfordville.
Great-grandparents are Bet-
qty Ann Harvey and Margaret
iMiller.
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Your Key
To Freedom


Mathis Receives Commendation


For his service in Afghani-
stan, U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt.
Christopher E. Mathis recently
received.an Air Force Commen-
dation Medal for meritorious
service as a non-commissioned
officer in charge of systems func-
tions of the 22nd Air Refueling
Wing.
Mathis' preparations and
exceptional performance dur-
ing an Operational Readiness
Inspection contributed to the
command post earning an "out-
standing" rating.


Roy and Cynthia Brown

40th Anniversary


Roy and Cynthia Brown of
Crawfordville celebrated their
40th anniversary on Sunday,
Sept. 17. The couple was married
Sept. 17, 1966, at St. Marks First
Baptist Church.
The couple celebrated their
anniversary by taking a sum-
mer trip to national parks in
Colorado. Utah and Wyoming.
finishing with a trip to Yellow-


stone National Park.
Roy is a semi-retired electri-
dan and Cynthia is employed by
Florida State University in the
admissions department.
They have two children. Tim
Brown and wife Lisa of Tallahas-
see. and Shawna Beji of Talla-
hassee; and two grandchildren,
Miranda Brown and Dawson
Brown.


While deployed in support
of Operation Enduring Freedom
in Afghanistan, he led a five-
controller team coordinating
the successful evacuation of 15
combat wounded, supported
792 combat airlift missions and
moved eight million pounds of
cargo and 11,968 personnel in
two months.
Mathis was also honored for
his response to the 2001 terrorist
attacks, where his rapid notifica-
tions of wing leadership helped
secure the base from potential


harm. His leadership helped
his post win the 2003 and 2004
Air Force "Command Post of the
Year" awards. The 22nd Air Re-
fueling Wing is based at McCon-
nell Air Force Base on Kansas.
Mathis is the son of Vera
Wirick of Crawfordville and Eric
Mathis of Panama City. He is the
grandson of Etta Mae Pelt and
Fran Mathis, both of Crawford-
ville, and the late Matt Mathis.
He is now stationed in Hawaii
with his wife, Tiffany, and five
children.


WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS' SCHEDULE FOR WORKSHOPS,
PUBLIC HEARINGS & MEETINGS


2006 CALENDAR
Sept. 26 Final Budget Hearing & Setting
Of Millage Rate
Commission Chambers
October 2 Regular Board Meeting
Commission Chambers
October 3 Wakulla Springs Water Bottling Plant
Open Forum Location TBA
October 9 Value Adjustment Board
Commission Chambers
October 10 Wakulla Springs Water Bottling Plant
Open Forum Location TBA


ALLWORKSHOPS, PUBLIC HEARINGS AND COMMISSION
MEETINGS ARE OPENTOTHE PUBLIC.,
Wakulla County does not discriminate on the basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, Religion, Age or Handicapped status in
employment or the provision of services. Handicapped individuals may receive special accommodations vith one working day's
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courthouse, the St. Marks Light-
house, Spring Creek, City Cafe in
St. Marks, and George's Cafe and
Bar in Panacea.
The afghans cost $30 apiece
and are available at the old jail
museum shop, across from the
-wooden courthouse, on Satur-
days from 9 a.m. until .l-p.m.
The society raffled off one of
the afghans on Sept. 7. The win-
ner, Alma Wilkey of Woodville,.
received her prize Sept. 9 from
Tanya Lynn, society fundraising
chairperson.

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Crawfordville, ---, -'
The event will feature a guest
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Memorial Neuro Science Center
who will be speaking about
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The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners proposes
to adopt the following by. ordinance and has scheduled Public
Hearings regarding the following before the Wakulla County
Board of County Commissioners on Monday, Oct. 02, 2006,
beginning at 6:00 PM, Inless otherwise noted below or as
time permits. All public hearings are held in the County Com-
mission Chambers located west of the County Courthouse at 29
Arran Road, Crawfordville, Florida 32327. Interested parties are
invited to attend and present testimony.


1. Board of Adjustment Application:


Applicant:
Proposal:
Tax ID Number:
Existing FLU Map:
Existing Zoning:
Parcel Size:
Location:
Hearings Required:


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Copies of applications, draft ordinances, and any related public
record files may be viewed at the County Planning Department lo-
cated at 3093 Crawfordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327, 8
A.M. to 4:30 PM. M/F; Phone (850) 926-3695. Any person desiring
to appeal a decision of a County Board must ensure a verbatim
transcript or copy is made of the testimony and -exhibits presented,
at said hearings. Persons needing special access considerations
should call the Board Office at least 48 hours before the date for
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Brimner Ethics Charges Dropped


The Florida Commission
,: on Ethics recently dropped
two complaints against Wakul-
,^:. la County Commissioner Ed
Brimner, claiming that he had
!ij, misused public funds when he
,, mailed out a letter promoting
a local hotel for out-of-town
:.,: visitors.
S The letter, on Wakulla Coun-
ty letterhead and mailed with
postage paid for by the county,
-1, went to members of the Florida


Several

Owners

Seek Value

Adjustment
The Wakulla County Value Ad-
justment Board likely will have a
busy session at 9 a.m. Monday,
Oct. 9, as a record 22 applications
to appear before the board were
filed prior to the deadline on
Tuesday, Sept 12.
The Value Adjustment Board
includes three county commis-
sioners, Brian Langston, Henry
Vause and Ed Brimner, along.
with two school board members,,
Ray Gray and Greg Thomas.
Property owners can pay $15
to appear before the board and
appeal their property value as-
sessment. Wakulla County Prop-
erty Appraiser Anne Ahrendt
and her staff will also be given..
the opportunity to state their
case for why the assessments
have been set on the specific
parcels.
Based on the turnout in past
years, not all of the petitioners.
will actually appear before the
board, even though they have
filed a petition.


Association of Counties who
planned to visit Tallahassee
during the legislative session.
Brimner's letter encouraged
visitors to go to the Inn at
Wildwood and the Wildwood
Country Club in Medart. '
Since Brimner had no per-
sonal gain from his actions, the
ethics commission found there
was no violation.
Brimner said he was happy
with the decision of the ethics


commission.
The complaints against Brim-
ner were filed by Karla Brandt
and Hugh Taylor,
"I knew they were coming
to town," Brimner said of mem-
bers of the Florida Association
of Counties, "so I sent a let-
ter saying, 'Why not come to
Wakulla County."'
His intention, Brimner said,
was to have visitors spend
money in the county.


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LEGAL NOTICE

ROAD CLOSING

NOTICE IS GIVEN that a public hearing was held
by the Wakulla County Board of County Commis-
sioners on September 7, 2006, beginning at 6:00
p.m. or as soon as thereafter as time permitted in
the County Commission Chambers located west
of the Courthouse at 29 Arran Rd., Cravfordville,
Florida, to consider a request to close Daniel
Lane, a roadway lying South of High Drive be-.
tween #97 and #109 High Drive, located in Craw-
fordville, Wakulla County, Florida. Also as shown
on the file in the office of Community Develop-
ment Department, located in the Wakulla County
Commissioner's Complex, 3093 Crawfordville
Hwy. and is further shown below.

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These administrative actions are in accordance
with the provisions of Section 336.10, Florida
Statutes. If any person desires to appeal any
board or commission, that person must insure
that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made
which includes all testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.


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BUDGET SUMMARY
City of St. Marks Fiscal Year 2006-2007


9.87%


GARBAGE SEWER TOTAL ALL
FUND FUND FUNDS


4.2500


Millage Rate Per $1,000


GENERAL WATER
FUND FUND


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes:
Ad Valorem Tax 161,786 161,786
Franchise Fees. 21,000 21,000
UtilityTax 24,000 24,000
Communications Service Tax 8,092 8,092
Licenses & Permits ,550 2,550
Intergovernmental Revenue 38,374 38,374
Charges for Services 7,921 134,460 88,440 144,000 374,821
Miscellaneous Revenues 9,000 18,000 420 27,420
Other Sources 900 900
TOTAL SOURCES 273,623 152,460 88,440 144,420 658,943
Transfers In 4,800 4,800
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 303,281 303,281
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS, AND
BALANCES 581;704 152,460 88,440 144,420 967,024

EXPENDITURES:
General Government Services 208,088 208,088
Physical Environment 6,000 152,435 83,640 143,873 385,948
Transportation 480 480
CUlture/Recreation 16,615 16,615
Other Nonoperating 18,000 18,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 249,183 152,435 83,640 143,873' 629,132
Transfers Out 4,800 4,800
Fund Balance 332,521 25 547 333,093
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
BALANCES 581,704 152,460 88,440 144,420 967,024

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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006-Page 9


FWC Training Grads Have Wakulla Ties


Two graduates of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's largest Training
Academy graduating class have
ties to Wakulla County.
Graduate Doyle Cook, for-
merly of Crawfordville, en-
joyed hunting and fishing and
watched FWC officers and their
predecessors educate people
about the importance of follow-
ing laws regulating saltwater
fishing and natural resources.
Cook received the coveted
achievement award, named
in memory of Officer Roy R.


Burnsed Jr., who died in 2001
in the line of duty.
After high school, Cook
joined the Marines and served
eight years of active duty as a
reservist. He graduated from
Florida State University with a
degree in criminology. During
his final semester, he completed
an internship with FWC, which
sealed his desire to become an
FWC officer.
"When I have children," the
married officer said, "I want to
make sure the resources have
not been depleted so my chil-


dren can enjoy the same way
I have."
Cook.is assigned to the Spe-
cial Enforcement Area in South
Florida and will patrol Collier
County.
Joseph Johnston, 21, of Lake
City is a second-generatiori FWC
officer. He is the son of FWC
pilot Joe Johnston, based out of
the North Central Region; and
nephew of FWC investigator
Eric Johnston of Medart, who
is assigned to the Carrabelle
office. He is assigned to the
Northeast Region and patrols


Osceola County.
Even though his- uncle and
father attempted tdprepare him
for the academy, Johnston was
surprised. "It was a whole lot
more than I thought," he said.
The new officer said he never
thought of being anything else.
"It's all I ever knew growing up,'
he said.
Forty-six of the 47 recruits
who started the academy gradu-
ated and were recognized by
Gov. Jeb Bush. The class fulfilled
more than. 1,100 hours of spe-
cialized training.


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statewide Small Farm Program,
in collaboration with local small
farmers and the urban farming
community, will demonstrate
how to build greenhouses and
high tunnels in Wakulla County.
The free workshop is open to
the public. It will feature hands-
on training for the small-farm
community.
Participants will learn how to
build an affordable greenhouse
or high tunnel for less than


$100. They will also receive
information about greenhouse
benefits, maintenance and plant
care.
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from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 21, at Crescent
Moon Organic Farm, 145 Cres-
cent Moon Trail, in Sopchoppy.
Participants should bring
their own chair.
For more information, call
412-5260 or e-mail Jennifer.Tay-
lor@famu.edu.


FWC News
Hunting Dates Set
The Florida Fish and Wild
life Conservation Commissior
(FWC) recently announced hunt
ing dates for dove, snipe, wood
cock, crow, early duck, goose
rail and common moorhen.
In addition to a hunting li
cense; a migratory bird permit
is required when taking migra
tory birds in Florida. In ordei
to receive the no-cost permit
hunters must answer a few
questions regarding last season
when purchasing their hunting
license.
The FWC recommends hunt
ers obtain the "2006-2007 Mi
gratory Bird Regulations for
Dove, Snipe, Woodcock, Rail
Moorhen, Crow and Early Wa-
terfowl Seasons" brochure, and
the "2006-2007 Florida Hunting
Regulations" handbook at My.
FWC.com/hunting.
The publications are also
available from the Wakulla
County Tax Collector's office or
license agents.
The first of the hunting perin
ods begin on October.

Gator Input Sought
The Florida Fish and Wild.
life Conservation Commission
(FVC) is embarking on a com-
prehensive review of alligator
management for the state and
is seeking public input.
During the week of Sept. 18,
the FWC will initiate ,a Web-
based survey to receive'public


input regarding alligator man-
Sagement issues. Visit MyFWC.
com/gators/input,html to learn
Sthe latest information on the ef-
fort and to access the survey.

Turkey Cancellation
- Notice Was A Hoax
t An official-looking notice
announcing the cancellation of
r Florida's 2006 turkey hunting
Seasons is a hoax, according
Sto the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC),
The bogus notice cited avian
influenza as the reason for the
Cancellation. FWC officials said
r they have found no sign of the
Influenza.
S Florida's fall turkey hunt-
ing season is Nov. 23 through
Nov. 26 and Dec. 9 through Jan.
14 in the Northwest Hunting
Zone, which includes Wakulla
County. The spring turkey hunt-
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SApril 22.
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K Sports




Klees'War Eagles Roll Past Rickards


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
In August. Wakulla War Ea-
gles football coach Scott Klees
predicted that his experienced
defense would carry the offense
early in the season. It took four
games, but Klees was proved
correct.
The War Eagle defense domi-
nated a strong Rickards Raiders
team 20-0 Friday, Sept. 15, and
Wakulla used three big defen-
sive plays to score in winning
the district opener for both
squads.
Junior Nigel Bradham
showed why he is at the top
of the college wish lists as he
scored two touchdowns while
playing defense. Bradham re-
turned a fumble for a score in
the first half and returned an
interception for a touchdown
in the second half.
Kendell Gavin scored the
other War Eagle touchdown
on a short run after Darrion
Wilson returned another Rick-
ards fumble 25 yards to set up
the score.
"Ariy time you win a district
game it's a good win," said


Xavier Blocker
Klees. "The offense didn't play
as well as we had hoped, but
we came through on defense.
The defense has played well
all year."
Rickards fell to 0-3 on the
season, but the Raiders have
several talented skill position
players who had experience
from last season. Klees said the
Raiders had more team speed
than anyone Wakulla has faced
this year.
The War Eagle defense never
gave Rickards an opportunity


to get on track. The Raiders
had five turnovers in the game,
and three of the mistakes led to
Wakulla points.
Running back Xavier Blocker
helped Wakulla control the
game by running 18 times for
133 yards. He had three catches
for another 40 yards and was
named co-offensive player of
the week.
Kendell Gavin was named
co-offensive player of the week
with seven rushes for 42 yards
and two catches for another


Statistics
Rickards Wakulla
Rushing yards 25-(-17) 35-201
Passing yards 50 133
Comp./Att./Intc. 3-14-2 10-16-2

Rickards 0 0 0 "0-00
Wakulla 0 6 0 14 -20
Wakulla-Nigel Bradham 6 Yard Fumble Return
(Kick Failed)
Wakulla-Nigel Bradham 19Yard Interception
Return (Dion Bryant 2 Point Pass From Cory.
Eddinger)
Wakulla-Kendell Gavin 3 Yard Run (Kick Failed)

2006 DISTRICT 2-3A FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Nigel Bradham
52 yards.
Tyrell Gavin had three catch-
es for 28 yards. Quarterback
Cory Eddinger completed 10
of 16 passes for 133 yards, 'but
threw two interceptions.
Nigel Bradham was named
the defensive player of the
game !with his .two intercep-
tions. Lee Smalls had an inter-
ception to kill.another Rickards
scoring opportunity, ,
The Raiders fumbled the ball
three times to reach the total of
five turnovers.


TEAM
Godby
Wakulla
Panama City Bay
East Gadsden
PC.B Arnold
Rickards


DISTRICT
W L
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0


OVERALL
W L
4 0.
40
3, 1
31
22
0 3


Friday, Sept. 22 Games Involving District Teams
Panama City Beach Arnold At Graceville
East Gadsden Open
Pensacola High At Panama City Bay
Godby Open
Rickards At Tallahassee Chiles
Pensacola Woodham At Wakulla
All Wakulla Games Start At 7:30 p.m. unless
otherwise noted
Wakulla had four turnovers
and 12 penalties in the contest.
Klees said the War Eagles were
fortunate to come away with
the win after making a number
of mistakes.


I


SPORTS SHORTS


S Babe Ruth 13-Year-Old All-Stars, ,... ,, -
Alm-Starsi o ..T Thid A. ..
All-Stars, Take Third Af8sate


The Wakulla County Babe
Ruth Baseball 13-year-old All-
Stars placed third in the state
tournament in July; Manager
Marvin Hudson thanked par-
ents and sponsors, Hale's Small
Engines, Wakulla Sod and Nurs-


ery, Strictly Wholesale. Wakulla
Bank, Posey's Up The Creek,
and Countywide Heating and
Air, for supporting the program
in 2006.
The coaches included Mar-
lon Hudson, Eddie Daniels and


Paul Belryman. The players
were Taylor Webb, Jacob Revell,.
Henry,Atkinson, Tylor Hudsqn,
Tyler Lanter, Skyler Kreps, Ryan
Zimba, Dillon Berryman, Tyler
Schmidt, Dodge Walker, Cole
Vise and Antonio Kilpatrick.


WHS Volleyball Cruises In District


The Wakulla Lady War Eagle
volleyball team won two district
games and split four matches at
the Niceville Tournament last
week as the 2006 season passed
the halfway mark.
Coach Erica Bunch's squad
remained perfect in district
matches by defeating Panama
City Bay and Godby.
Wakulla beat Bay in Medart
25-21, 25-16 and 25-22:. Amber
Perkins had 14 kills to lead
Wakulla. Kiara Gay chipped in
with 10 kills, and Effie Mines-
terio had four. Amber Annand
was the setter and picked up
10 assists,
Former WHS Coach Dr. Jose
Morales and Godby lost to the


Lady War Eagles 25-15, 25-21
and 25-15. Amber Annand had
a big match with 31 assists,
while Amber Perkins had 14
kills. Megan McCallister added
16 digs.
Wakulla did not play as well
as the coaching staff had hoped
in splitting four matches in
the tournament. Wakulla lost
to North Florida Christian and
Maclay, two teams that WHS
defeated in August.
The Lady War Eagles were
able to top Crestview and
Moody to reach the 10-win
mark. Amber Perkins had a
strong tournament for WHS.
Wakulla improved to 10-3
overall and is 6-0 in district


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matches. Wakulla hosted North
Florida Christian on Sept. 18 and
will travel to Maclay to face the
Marauders in a revenge match
Sept. 20. East Gadsden will
come to Medart on Thursday,
Sept. 21, for a district match.
Three more district games
will be played against Panama
City Beach Arnold, Godby and
Rickards Sept. 26, Sept. 28 and
Oct. 3 respectively. '
The district tournament will
be played in the middle of Oc-
tober at Rickards.


War Eagles Ranked
The Wakulla Lady War Eagle
volleyball team is ranked llth
in the latest Florida Sports Writ-
ers Association poll. Wakulla
received nine votes, to rank only
two votes behind ninth-ranked
St. Augustine and Orlando
Bishop Moore in Class 4A.
Jensen Beach is the top-
ranked team with 70 points.
Gulf Breeze is ranked third and
Alachua Santa Fe is ranked
fourth, from schools in the
northern part of the state.
The War Eagle football team
continues to receive votes in the
Class 3A writers poll. Wakulla
received four votes to rank 15th.
Panama City Bay is ranked 13th.
St. Augustine is the top-ranked
team in the state with 139 votes:
followed by Belle Glade Glades
Central in second and district
foe Godby in third. The only.
other north Florida team in the
rankings is Jacksonville Andrew
Jackson.

Price, Nutting Pace
Cross Country Team
Senior Tyler Price and sopho-
more Sydney Nutting are lead-
ing the Wakulla War Eagle and
Lady-War Eagle cross country
teams.
Price finished second out of
more than 200 runners on Sept.
9 at the Lincoln Invitational at
Tallahassee's Tom Brown Park.
Wakulla placed eighth as a team
out of 15 squads.
Nutting placed seventh out
of 250, runners at the same
competition. The Lady War
Eagles placed sixth out of,18
female squads. Other runners
who placed well for Wakulla
included Robbie McPherson,
,Zach, Miller, Anna Chandler
and Caitlyn Chrisco. Price also


Bolin shot a 65. The match was
played at Jake Gaither Country


won the Miccosukee Madness Club.
preseason run,
Wakulla will take part in the JV Football Starts Year
Prefontaine Memorial 5K at Sil- The Wakulla War Eagle junior
ver Lake in Tallahassee on Sept. varsity football team opened the
23, and the FSU Invitational Oct. 2006 season with a 7-6 victory
7 at the Miccosukee Greenway. over Blountstown on Aug. 31
There will be a Panhandle in Calhoun County. The team
Championship at Marianna on followed up the win with a 26-
Oct. 14, and the Tallahassee 8 loss to Rickards on Thursday
Championships Oct. 21 at Ma- Sept. 7.
clay. The district championship In the first contest, Wakul-
will be Oct. 27 and Oct. 28. The la won the nail-biter despite
regionaland state competitions Blountstown controlling the
will be held Nov.3 and Nov. 11, game until the fourth quarter.
respectively. Wakulla scored on an 89-yard
punt return by Harold Williams;
Golf Teams Step Up "It was one of the best individ-
The Wakulla War Eagle and ual runs I have ever seen," said
Lady War Eagle golfers continue Coach James Vernon.
to make their marks on the links Wakulla moved the ball early
as the teams battle squads from in the game but stalled on every
other Big Bend Jiili~schools. dr.-
Last week. the War Eagles Lorenzo Randolph had an
won a four-team match against outstanding game kicking the
Robert F. Munroe, John Paul II ball, including two touchbacks.
and FAMU High at Wildwood Mookie Forbes played very well
Country Club. Wakulla shot a on offense and defense, said Ver-
152 with Spencer Smith shoot- non. Jud Messer graded out high
ing a 34, Warren Hess a 38, T.J. on the offensive line, and Brad
Thompson a 39 and William Crisp and Tim Nelson delivered
Davis a 41. hard hits.
Robert F. Munroe shot 167 as "If e can play tat poorly
a team, followed by John Paul n and still win, it says something
at 206 and FAMU High at 244. for the amount of heart in these
Wakulla also finished third in guys," said Vernon. "Wewill still
a four-team match against Chil- be a good team if we play to the
es, Maclay and Lincoln. Smith, best of our ability,"
Cody Sapp and Thompson all Rickards led Wakulla 14-8 into
shot either 37 or 38. Wakulla the third quarter, but Rickards re-
was only seven shots behind turned a fumble for a touchdown
Chiles and five shots behind to expand thelead. The JV War
Maclay. The match was played Eagles played well, but could not
at Southwood. execute near the goal line, said
The Lady War Eagles finished Coach Vernon.
second in a four-team match, Harold Williams, Antonio Kil-
whichwas won by Chiles. North patrick, E.J. Forbes and Lorenzo
Florida Christian and Godby Randolph all played well accrd-
also competed, ing to the coach.
Megen Meeks and Sarah akulla will travelto Suwan-
Stewart both shot a 58 while nee County on Thursday, Sept.
Karlyn Scott shot a 59. Lindsey 21 for a 7 p.m.contest.


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The speed of the game and
sliding off of blocks too quickly
led to War Eagle problems, said
Klees. "It's all correctable stuff,"
he said.
Pensacola Woodham will
be the Homecoming opponent
on Friday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 p.m.
The Titans are 1-2 on the season
with a victory over Pensacola
Escambia and losses to Crest-
view and Pace.
Klees said his players will
have the opportunity to enjoy
Homecoming week, but he
hopes they are not too dis-
tracted.
Woodham has a talented
team.and has lost to two good
football opponents, he said,
Two district games follow in
the next three weeks as Panama
City Beach Arnold and Godby
provide the opposition with
an open week sandwiched in
between.
"We're off in the right direc-
tion," said Klees. "You can't
feel bad when you're 4-0. We
just need to keep on being
physical."
Wakulla improved to 4-0
overall and 1-0 in district play.


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School


Growth Forces COAST To Expand


The COAST Charter School
has a new home.
The only charter school in
the county, COAST recently be-
gan its eighth year of operation
by moving into a brand new
six-classroom addition. The new
classrooms join three existing
classrooms in the 1938 red brick
former St. Marks schoolhouse.
"If schools 'wore shirts,
Wakulla Charter School in St.
Marks would be popping but-
tons," said COAST board mem-
ber Dr. Andrea Carter.
This year, COAST is the edu-
cational home to 96 students
from pre-school age through
eighth-graders. The school
recently signed a five-year char-
ter with the Wakulla County
School. Board and obtained the
approval of the St. Marks City
Commission, which owns the
building.
The school was able to ob-
tain financing for the expansion
project from Wakulla Bank with
repayment of the loan being
made through the public educa-
tion capital outlay fund, which
may go to charter schools as
well as public schools.
A community-wide open
house was held for the public
on Aug. 31, and school staff and
students led visitors through
the 5,000 square feet of new
space.
The modular building was
built by Premier Modular Con-
struction of Orlando, and Mor-
ris Brown Construction of Craw-
fordville completed the on-site
installation.
"The additional space will
allowthe school to continue its
steady growth in enrollment,"
Dr. Carter said.


COAST Charter School Adds Classrooms


COAST, Charter School of
the Arts, Sciences and Technol-
ogy, earned a school grade of
"A" in 2005 "due to remarkable
academic improvement of its
students, especially in math,"
said Carter.
In 2006, COAST was assigned
a very high "C" grade, only five
points shy of a "B"
"The school boasts a low
pupil-teacher ratio and a closer
working relationship among
teachers and students.because
of its small size and family
atmosphere," added Carter.
"Students are likely to have the
same teacher for several years,
facilitating teachers better tar-
geting instruction to student
needs and developing good
working relationships with
parents."


The full-day preschool pro-
gram focuses on developing
reading and language skills
for 4-year-olds. It is funded
under Florida's voluntary Pre-K
program.
"COAST prides itself in a
strong instrumental and vocal
music program, and daily art
instruction," said Carter. "Both
ballet and Irish step-dancing are
offered to interested students.
Student dance and music groups
perform widely at community
events, and student artwork
adorns the walls of the building
and is displayed throughout the'
community."
Students have enjoyed the
environmental education pro-
gram, and the touch-tank aquar-
ium is a popular feature in the
auditorium.


The Iris Garden Club of
Wakulla County visits COAST
regularly and helps students
plant and tend to five school-
yard gardens. "Only a short
walk from the St. Marks River
and adjacent St. Marks Trail, the
school is ideally suited for great
walking field trips," Dr. Carter
concluded.
Charter schools are free,
public, parent choice schools,
For more information about
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Shell Island Road in St. Marks.
The school may be reached at
925-6344. Susan Flournoy is the
charter school principal against
this school year.
The Wakulla County Cham-
ber of Commerce held a ribbon
cutting for the new classrooms
Thursday, Sept. 14.


Student Population

Meets State Projections


Wakulla County School Dis-
trict administrators recently
revisited enrollment statistics
for the 2006-07 school year and
feel confident that state fund-
ing estimates were on the mark
when they were made during
the summer.
Superintendent David Miller
said the district enrollment has
climbed by 200 students since
opening day in August, to more
than 4,687.
State officials determine how
much money each district will
receive based on FTE counts that
are taken in October.
A recent enrollment count at
Wakulla High School counted
1,344 students, making WHS
the largest school in the district
and at its largest size in history.
Miller said the school will have
at least 1,300 students during
the state count period.
Wakulla Middle School has
grown by about 20 students, but
is still smaller than Riversprings.
Miller added that it is "a little
unusual" that WMS is smaller
than RMS since RMS was origi-
nally formed with students from
WMS. .
Crawfordville remains the
largest elementary school with
more than 825 students. Shadev-
ille is ranked second and Medart
is third in the latest enrollment
count.
In other school district mat-
ters:
t The Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools Council
on Accreditation and School Im-
provement (SACSCASI) will be
conducting individual resident
interviews as part of the final


stage of district accreditation.
Members of the community 3'
will be interviewed on their '
perceived views of the school '.
district Monday, Sept. 25. The '"
school board will hold a special '"
meeting Wednesday, Sept. 27, to t'0
discuss the interviews and the
entire process at 3 p.m. l
The process is the conclu-"~"
sion of a two-year study to get 3'
the school district accredited. vil
Miller said Wakullfa County is ,)I
the "third or fourth" Florida 'Ps
county to go through the pro-
cess and the first rural district,'
to complete it. The accreditation -o
process is in a five-year cycle. 33?
SThe Wakulla High Schools 1
fieldhouse project is behind rJ
schedule but is nearing its 3-
conclusion, according to Miller. i
The superintendent is hoping _i
to have the facility open by the
middle of October. The final ?
regular-season home game is no
Friday, Nov. 3. The cost of the iw
project will be $1.75 million to 1
$1.9 million. :r
The building will have locker
rooms, public restrooms, ticket :-
booths and concessions rolled
into one facility. The old conces- -7-A
sion stand on the northern end
of the stadium was demolished
to make room for the new
structure.
SWhen the school opened in
1967, athletes used the locker
rooms inside the school. The
locker rooms inside Reynolds -
Stadium opened in 1975 and.
have become substandard, Mill-
er said. The old locker rooms
will eventually be gutted. Coun-
cil Brothers of Tallahassee is the
project contractor.


SCHOOL NEWS


Wakulla High 2006 Homecoming Representatives

WHS Prepares For Homecoming


Wakulla High School is cel-
ebrating Homecoming 2006 in
preparation for the Friday, Sept.
22, football game against the
Pensacola Woodham Titans.'
The festivities began Satur-
day, Sept. 16, with a dance at
the historic Sopchoppy Gym.
Throughout the week, students
have been asked to dress up in
special themes featuring the
1920s. 1950s. 1960s/1970s,1980s
and Spirit Day on Sept. 22.
Students voted for their fa-
vorite senior King and Queen
candidates on Monday, Sept.


The 2006 Homecoming rep-
resentatives include freshmen,
Mary King and Zach Stinson;
sophomores, Jordyn Brooks and
Ant'tony Mills; juniors, Caitlin
Culbertson, Kimberly Stanley,
Reggie Coles and Cameron
Graves; and seniors, Victoria,
Adams, Brooke Brown, Deray In-.
gram, Sara Keister, Tia Lilliman,
Colleen. Morgan, Lucy Carter,
Dion' Bryant, Keith Chew, Chad
Oaks, John Pope, Justin Posey
and Keith Stephens.
A bonfire will be held at the


school Thursday, Sept. 21, at
7:30 p.m. The theme is, "Tackle
The Titans." Activities on Friday,
Sept. 22, include a parade, Pow-
der Puff football game, pep rally,
hall decorating contest and tug
of war.
The week will conclude with
the War Eagles attempting to
avenge an overtime loss. to
Woodham last year as hurricane
weather raged only a few hun-
dred miles away.
Christa Tucker is the Home-
coming sponsor again this
year.


RMS Book Fair Slated
For Next Week
Riversprings Middle School
will host its annual Book Fair in
the RMIS library Monday. Sept.
25. with a "Teacher's Tea" from
8 a.m. unul 2:30-p.m..Thee\;,ent
is open to.actplts.only. \.
The book fair opens b' ev-
eryone Tuesday. Sept. 2o, and
continues through Sept. 29
from 8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The
event continues Monday. Oct. 2.
through Wednesday. Oct. 4. from
8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
An open house will be held
Thursday. Oct. 5. from 8 a.m.
until 7:30 p.m. The final day of
the fair is Friday, Oct. 6, from 8
a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

School District Offers
Substitute Training
The Wakulla County School
District is offering "Sub Solu-
tions Training" for substitute
teachers in the district. The free
program meets new require-
ments for individuals to serve
as substitute teachers in county
schools.
The program will be held
Wednesday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m.
until 11 a.m, in the school district
office auditorium. Materials will
be provided.


For more information, call
Karen Wells at 926-0065, ext.
256. Wells said the district is
also seeking substitute bus driv-
ers and food service workers.

No Classes Monday
The first six-week grading pe-
riod of the 2006-07 school year
will conclude on Friday. Sept.


22. Students will have a day off
from school on Monday, Sept.
25, for a teacher planning day.
Report cards from the first
grading period will be released --
on Monday. Oct. 2. Students
will have another day off from
school on Friday, Oct. 13. Whidh
is the annual'staff dev'elop'nent
day.


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Planning Da\.
Tuesday: Milk, chicken nug-
gets, mashed potatoes, turnip
greens, corbbread and vanilla
pudding.
Wednesday: Milk, turkey sub
sandwich, .potato bar, carrot
sticks w/ dip and cherry jello.
Thursday: Milk, meatloaf,
corn on the cob, tossed salad
and dessert cup.
Friday: Milk, fish square,
cheese grits, green beans,
cornbread and an apple.


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MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

Monday: No school Teacher
Planning Da\.
Tuesday: Milk, macarom &
cheese. casserole, green peas,
yeast roll and an orange.
Wednesday: Milk, turkey &
rice, mixed vegetables, corn-
bread and pineapple crisp.
Thursday: Milk, hamburg-
er gravy, mashed potatoes,
steamed broccoli, yeast roll
and an apple.
Friday: Milk, burrito, spanish
rice, refried beans, fruit and
jello.


W-"ESIGN &


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Outdoors


From The Dock
BY CAPT. JODY CAMPBELL


By GEORGE WEYMOUTH
Special To The Wakulla News
Behind me is a diesel GMC
truck equipped with law en-
forcement lights, a special radio
Sfor emergency communication,
plus an AM/FM radio to, soothe
the soul and inform you of the
i world events, tragedies, etc.
The truck is equipped with a
winch and can easily be shifted
Into four-wheel drive. I have a
cellular phone too, just in case
,the world needs me'(or vice
i:versa). I have a GPS (Global
SPositioning System) instrument
That can tell me in a matter of
'seconds/minutes exactly where
'I am, and it can also bring me
Back to the exact same spot.
SI've just entered the way-
point in the GPS of a hole in
ithe ground a burrow or den.
Using a small pocket-sized mir-
ror, I'm able to direct the sun's
rays directly into the hole, and
there it is a male, gopher
Tortoise with a shell about 11
"inches long and roughly five to
six inches' high;
SAs the sun's redirected light
intrudes upon the turtle's lair, it
exhales sharply and turns side-
'ways in the burrow. I can see the
;protrusion on its plastron (the
.ventral surface) that males use
,while establishing dominance
"in a territory. This protrusion
,is used to shove other males
around, preferably flipping one
i'over where the loser can die if
unable to right itself.
SIt occurred to me how incred-
ible it was that surrounded by
all this incredible technology,
I was viewing a creature that
has remained unchanged for
millions of years. They have
,been around since the age of
Dinosaurs (65 million years ago).
SDifferent species have come and
gone, but the basic tortoise has

NATURE NEV
|Trash Pickup Nixed
SAnyone using hunt-camp
'facilities at any of Florida's
three national forests will be
responsible for removal of their
trash from the premises. Previ-
ously, campers could dispose
of trash in garbage cans at the
various.hunting camps within
the Apalachicola, Osceola and
Ocala national forests. ,
SThis season, garbage pick*'


remained unchanged for eonst
Roughly 10,000 years ago,
while mammoths and mast-
odons, giant sloths and short-
faced bears roamed the conti-
nent along with camels the size
of giraffes, saber-toothed tigers
and American lions, the gopher
tortoise plodded along.
Among the giants, .like 500-
pound beavers and armadillos,
were giant' tortoises. Yes, right
here in Wakulla County, gophers
the size of Aldabra and Galapa-
gos tortoises roamed. I have a
fused bony plate of part of one
of those ancient carapaces (up-
per shell).
'The native gopher tortoise's
same bony plate is about the
size of a checker, but the plate
I have is roughly five-by-eight
inches and a good inch thick.
I also have pointed scales from
the front of the forelimbs.
These tortoises probably
weighed 500 pounds or more.In
Tate's Hell State Forest, there are
only a few areas that are basical-
ly high and dry the tortoise's
preferred' habitat. Most of this
huge forest is swamp: or wet
savannahs. Yet, I'm determined
to located the burrows and try
to save the few tortoises that
still remain there.
These high and dry, sandy
areas are the same exact habitat,
we humans prefer to develop
and build roads. During hard
times, pioneers loved to eat
these turtles many despite
protection are still being, con-
sumed!
It appears that next year the
Florida Fish and Game Commis-
sion will move these.tortoises
up from species of special con-
cern to threatened. They've been
around a long time and should
continue to be.


is no longer available at specific
campgrounds in the national
forests due to the loss of per-
sonnel that once performed
the service.
There are some large trash
containers located within the
national forests available for
public use. Maps of the con-
tainer locations are available at
any forest service office.
For more information, call
523-8500.


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We finally had a dry weekend,
and the fishing was pretty good.
There weren't a lot of boats on
the water, but with the good
tides and good weather pre-
dicted for this weekend, there
should be plenty.
If you didn't go fishing be-
cause you tailgated at the foot-
ball game, I'll bet you wish you
had been fishing. I'll say no
more. Scott said he was very
busy over the weekend, and he
said the best part of going to the
football game on Saturday night
was getting to park in Golden
Chief parking,
Richard Gardner fished Little
Pass and caught 10 reds that
were just under the slot. He
was using live shrimp. David
Terry and David Messier fished
around Gray Mare Rock, and
they caught their limit of trout
using top water plugs. Reed
Brown and Jeremy Brinkley also
fished near Gray Mare Rock, and
they caught two nice reds using
top water baits,
John Slupecki and his son
Jacob fished from a canoe at
Wakulla Beach and caught 10
trout, 1 blue and a shark. They
were using live pinfish. Mike
Walsh and Mack Duncan fished
near the Lighthouse and caught
eight reds and kept two. They
also caught trout, blues and
flounder using live shrimp and
cut ladyfish.
Jason' Borowski also fished
near the Lighthouse, and he
caught a limit of trout and some
mackerel. He was also using live
shrimp.
I asked Scott about freshwater
fishing, and he said nobody's
talking but he knows they're
catching plenty of fish (or. sure
feeding them) because he ran
out of worms and has sold thou-


sands of crickets. He did. say.
he heard Talquin was good for
catfish and shellcrackers; bass
and bream are being caught
in the Western Slough of the
Aucilla; and the Wakulla River
is producing lots of bream.
Circle J's said they are also
selling plenty of freshwater
baits and heard that Otter Lake
was producing quite a few
bream. Byron Sheffield fished
off Bottoms Road and caught
quite a few reds.
Capt. Jerry Alexander had
a charter on Sunday, and they
came in with 11 trout and four
reds. They fished near Gray
Mare Rock and caught every-
thing in about four feet of water
with live shrimp and jigs. The
biggest red they got was about
27 inches.
On Tuesday afternoon of last
week, I fished with Sara Voland
of Shell Point and her niece
Amy Crabtree and her niece's
husband, Steve, from Nashville,
Ind. (not Tennessee). In the last
part of the rising tide, we caught
our limit of reds and released 13
over 21 inches.
Steve was really getting dis-
gusted with his wife catching
most of the fish, but when he
caught a 28-inch, 11-pound fish
he was all smiles. We caught
everything on live pinfish under
a Cajun Thunder around the
oyster bars.
, On Sunday, I fished with
Bruce Thyer, his son John and
his nephew and they wanted to
fish for reds. Naturally, the reds
didn't bite very well, but we did
catch about three limits of trout.
Actually, we did catch seven
reds but only two were legal and
all they wanted was live shrimp,


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The Wilderness Coast Public
Libraries' (WILD) Governing
Board will meet on Monday,
Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. at the Franklin
County Library in Carrabelle.
The meeting is open to the
public.
For more information, call
926-4571.
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Steve And Amy Crabtree With Capt. Campbell


same as the trout.
Mike Hopkins said this past
weekend was the best one he
has seen in a long time, plus
plenty of people are catching
fish. Trout and red fishing con-
tinues to be very good. Trout are
being caught using top water,
live shrimp, jigs, The Gulp and
pilchards. Best spots seem to be
:300 yards off the old Lorenzo's,
Umbrella Cove on St. George,
Ballast Cove, Point Shoals and
around Lanark Reef.
Lots of big oversize reds are
being caught in the cove past
Turkey Point Marine Lab. The
docks continue to produce reds
using gold' spoons. Plenty of
Spanish are still on Dog Island
Reef, and you'll also catch your
share of blue fish and ladyfish.
Offshore is still pretty slow,,
though some folks are catch-


ing fish.
Capt. Terry Caruthers picked
a good calm day last week and
trolled the 30 to 35 feet ledge off
Dog Island and Alligator Point
and caught eight gag grouper,
and five were legal. Capt. Billy
Giddens went to 90 feet of water
and caught lots of grouper, but
most were red grouper.
Capt. Tommy Robinson from
Apalachicola was telling Mike
they were diving off the Pirates
Lady and saw three small sail-
fish come up one day and three
more another day. I believe they
were in about 80 feet of water.
Remember to leave that float
plan and be careful out there.
With gas prices falling you'll
probably start seeing a few
more people on the water. Don't
forget to take those kids fishing.
Good luck and good fishing!


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St. Marks River Entrance


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Sept. 21 Sept. 27


City of St. Marks

Date High Low High' Low
Thu 3.3 fl. 0.8 t. 3.6.11. 0.7 It.
Sep 21, 06 3:01 AM 9:20 AM 13:04 PMj9:49 PM
Fri 3.4 ft.. "0.6 ft. 3.6 ft..- 0.8 ft..
Sep 22, 06 3:22 AM 9:53 AM ,.3:36 PM 10:09 PM
Sat :35 t1.. ,04 it. 3.6 It. 0.9 ft.
Sep 23, 06! 3:42 AM 110:25 AM 14:08 PM 110:30 PM
Sun 3.6 ft. 0.3 ft. ,3.5 It. i1.0 ft.
Sep 24, 06 4:01 AiM 10:56 AM 4:41 PM 110:52 PM
Moni 3.6 ft. '0.3 fl. 3.1 ft. 1.1 II.
Sep 25, 06 '4:20 AM 11:26 AM 5:16 PM 11:17 PM
Tue 3.6 ft. 0.3 ft. 3.3 ft. 1.3 ft.
Sep 26, 06 4_39 AM 11:59 AM 5:55 PM 11:45 PM
Wed 3.6 it. 0.3 11. i3.1 II.
Sep 27, 06 5:02 AM 12:37 PM 6:42 PvM


St. Teresa, Turkey Pt.

Date High Low _Hi h Low
Thu 2.8 ft. 0.9 ft. 13.0 ft. 0.7 ft.
Sep 21. 06 2:09 AM 7:55 AM 2:12 PM! 8:24 PM
Fri 2.9 It. 0.6 It. i3.0 t. i0.8 ft.,
Sep 22, 06 2:30 AM 8:28 AM 2:44 P44 P PM
Sat 2.9 ft. 0.4 it. 3.0 It. 1.0 ft.
_Sep 23, 06 2:50 AM 9:00 AM 3:16 PM 9:05 PM
Sun 3.0 Ii. 0.3 ft. 3.0 it. 1.1 ft.
ISep 24, 06 3:09'AM 9:31 AM 3:49 PMJ 9:27 PM
Mon 3.0 ft. 0.3 it. 2.9 ft. 1.2 fl.
_Sep 25 06 3:28 AM 10:01 AM 4:24 PM 9:52 PM
Tue 3.0 f. 0.3 it. '2.7 lt. 1.4 II.
Sep_26 06 3:47 AM 10:34 AM 5:03 PM.10:20 PM
Wed 3.0 ft. 0.3 It. 2.6 11. 1.7 ft.
Sep 27, 06 4:10 AM 11:12 AM v 5:50 PM 10:52 PM


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Lower Anchorage 1 Hr., 36 Min.
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Shell Point, Spring Creek

Date High Low High Low
Thu 3.6 ft. 0.9 ft. 3.9 ft. 0.8 ft.
Sep 21, 06 2:22 AM 8:13 AM 2:25 PM 8:42 PM
Fri 3.7 ft. 0.7 ft. 4:.0 ft. 0.9 ft.
Sp22, 06 2:43 AM 8:46 AM 2:57 PM 9:02 PM
Sat 3.8 ft. 0.5 ft. 3.9 ft. 1.1 ft.
Sep 23, 06 3:03 AM 9:18 AM 3:29 PM 9:23 PM
Sun 3.9 ft.. 0.4 ft. 3.9 ft. 1-.2 ft.
Sep 24, 06 3:22 AM 9:49 AM 4:02 PM 9:45 PM
Mon 3.9 f 0.3 ft. 3.8 II. 1.4 ft
Sep 25, 061 3:41 ,AM 110:19 AM 14:37 PM 110:10 PM
Tue t.3.9 t. 0.3 -3.6 ft. '1.6 t.
Sep 26, 06 4:00 AM 110:52 AM 5:16 PM 10:38 PM
Wed 3.9 ft. !0.4 rt. 3.4 Ii. 1.8 flt.
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Thu 12.8 ft. 1.2 ft. 3.0 ft. 1.0 ft.
Sep 21. 06 2:31 AM 7:40 AM 2:14 PM 8:08 PM
Fri 2.9 ft. 1 .0 It. .3.0 ft. 1.2 ft.
Sep 22, 06 2:38 AM 18:14 AM 3:00 PM 8:23 PM
Sat 3.0 ft. 10.8 ft. 2.9 ft. 1.4 ft.
Sep 23. 06 2:45 AM 8:45 AM 3-45 PM 8:35 PM
Sun 3.2 it. 0.6 ft. 2.8 it. 1.6 It.
Sep 24, 06 2:55 AM 9:14 AM 4:34 PM 8:48 PM
Mon 3.3 ft. 0.5 ft. 2.7 fl. '1.7 t.
Sep 25, 06...3:10 AM 9:42 AM '5:27 PM :9:04 PM
Tue 3.4 I1. '0.4 ft. 2. 'ft. .1.9 ft.
Sep 26, 06 3:29 AM 10:14 AM 6:29 PM 9:23 PM
Wed 3.4 IH. 0.4 ft. 2.6 ft. 2.0 n.
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s COAST GUARD


AUXILIARY REPORTS

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By SJ errie Alverson
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Say You Saw It In TheNews


SIn last week's column there
was a picture of Flotilla 13's new-
est members Yvette Graham
and Wes Lee. It wasa' very good
Picture, especially of Yvene. She
t looked very sharp in her work,
uniform- the word "work" must
have rubbed off on her.
On Thursday morning, she
- met Jim McGill and I at the Shell
Point Auxiliary Station. She was"
ready for a quick review and
:then the Auxiliary Communica-
tions specialty course on-line
exam.
Jim is our member training
officer and also the qualified
Proctor for the specialty courses.
f I was there as his assistant in-,
I structor.
As soon as we received word
that she had passed the course,
she immediately asked me if
there were any other courses she
could bestudying while she was:
"home" in Lake City.
Of course, I wasted no, time
giving her books for the Patrols
course and the Seamanship.
course. She will be gone until
the first part of April (unless she
decides to make a quick trip up
to take another test.)
Friday. morning on my way
Some, I met Yvette on her way
out. Wish you could have seen
that convertible. Loaded downs
with everything from bathing'
suits to an inflatable kayak ..
all.of it 'very neatly placed so it
wouldn't blow away; She always
drives with the top down on her
convertible.
She will be on her way to
Russia in two weeks we are
looking forward to her account
of the tour. She does have a
gusto for life
That is about all the news
there is from Flotilla 13 (Shell
Point). Several of our members
will be attending the .Division
conference in Panama City next
weekend.

This certainly has been a year
packed full of diversified activi-
ties for Flotilla 12 at St. Marks.
The Coast Guard Auxiliary Divi-.
sion 1 and District 8, as well
as their friends, are extremely
proud of them.
And now, Carolyn Treadon's
report of Fldtilla 12's activities
this past weekend.

"After much preparation on


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Duane & Carolyn Treadon Explore Lighthouse


the part of many individuals and
organizations, Saturday began
with the opening of St. Marks
Lighthouse to the public. For Flo-
tilla 12, this was a special event
as we used to have our station
based in the lighthouse.
Tim Ashley, along with Duane
and Carolyn Treadon, represent-
ed the Flotilla. After setting up
the boating safety booth in the
yard and raising the American
flag on the Auxiliary flagpole,
we had time to look around the


interior, In the old radio room
was a roster of membership dat-
ing back to May of 20011
While I was not a part of the
flotilla at that time, I have had
the pleasure of many stories.
One that I can now attest to
"personally, the current residents
of the lighthouse are not timid
around visitors We had several
snakes in the building through-
out the day, thank goodness
none of great concern ... guess
they just wanted to be a part of


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Flag Raising & Salute
the celebration; It was not dif- -
ficult to imagine the lighthouse
up and running as we walked
throughout the interior and
exterior. :
Since it was also a patrol day,
Steve Hults motored his facility
Fin-Lee. over to the Refuge to
pick up his crew, Tim Ashley
and Carolyn Treadon, and then
they proceeded on patrol. Duane
stayed back at the lighthouse to
staff the booth.
While the waters were choppy
in close to shore, once we made
it to the center channel marker,
the water was smooth and calm.
With a successful patrol, Steve
dropped us back at the refuge
and we headed back to the
lighthouse. Steve motored back
to load up Fin-Lee.
As the day drew to a close,
we had the opportunity to go to
the top of the lighthouse. In one
word, it was amazingly The view
is spectacular and breathtaking,
or maybe it was the hike to the
top that took our breath away.
When we had to return to reality
and call it a day, Duane lowered
the flag with help from Tim. All
and all it was a rather memo-
rable, although very hot, day.
We greatlyenjoyed getting to
meet others who are as passion-
ate about the lighthouse as we
are and as invested in maintain-
ing the integrity of its history.
Like Flotilla 13, next weekend
many of us will head over to
Panama City for the Fall Division
Conference. More about that in
next week's column."
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Page 14-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006


SPORTS SHORTS


WMS Improves To 1-1
The Wakulla Middle School
Wildcats evened their 2006
record at 1-1 with a 35-0 vic-
tory over Carrabelle on Sept.
12. Wakulla lost its opener to
Suwannee County earlier this
month.
Will Thomas, Todd Dixon,
Ryan Zimba, Raheem Bascom
and Tamarick Holmes all scored
touchdowns for WMS.
Tyler Brown and Will Thomas
each had six tackles on defense.
Caleb Vernon, Jeffrey Miller,
Dusty Welch and Kevin James
had three tackles each, and Josh
Collins had an interception. Car-
rabelle was limited to 58 yards
of total offense.
"It was a, good win and our
guys improved and learned from
some opening-game mistakes,"
said Coach Scott Collins. The
Wildcats dropped the Suwannee
County game 40-16 on Sept. 5.
Wakulla will play Carrabelle
again Sept. 21, followed by an-
other home game against North
Florida Christian on Oct. 3. The
team travels to Howard on Oct.
12 and will host Quincy on Oct.
19. Howard visits WMS on Oct.
26, and the Wildcats finish the
season against Riversprings on
Nov. 2.
"Our schedule is tough and
all butthree of our starters are
in the sixth or seventh grade,
but.this team is dedicatedand
they get better every day," Col-
lins said.

Suwannee Tops RMS
Suwannee County topped,
the Riversprings Bears, 16-6, in
a defensive struggle in Medart
on Sept. 12.
The Bears' defense got off
to a quick start as Brandon
Carden forced a Suwannee Coun-


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ty fumble. "Our defense played
superbly all night," said Coach
Joe Jacobs.
The defense was paced by
Tre McCullough, who had eight
tackles, forced a fumble and had
an interception. Brandon Carden
turned in a solid effort, register-
ing five tackles and forcing two
fumbles.
- Suwannee held a narrow 8-6
lead for most of the game until
a late Bulldog score cemented
the victory.
The RMS offense was led by
Tre McCullough, who rushed for
75 yards on 12 carries. He also
picked up 56 yards through the
air. Quarterback Casey Eddinger
passed for 77 yards and rushed
for the only Bear touchdown.
The Bears will travel to Tal-
lahassee on Tuesday, Oct. 12, to
take on North Florida Christian
at 6 p.m.


Local Golfers Do Well
TwotWakulla County golfers,
WarreiCHess and Spencer Smith,
played well at the Southeastern
Junior Golf Tour Tournament on
Sept. 17 and Sept. 18. The event
was held at The Lakes at Laura
S. Walker in Waycross, Ga.
Smith placed fourth in the
male age. 14 and 15 division,
shooting a 77 and a 73. Hess
placed first in the same division,
shooting a 70 and a 69; He was
tied for second overall in the age
16 to 18 category.
Hess' win qualifies him to
play in the Southeastern Junior
Golf Tour's Tournament of Cham-
pions 2006 at Southwood Golf
Club in December. The Georgia
competition included the top
players from Florida, Georgia,
Alabama, North Carolina, Mis-
sissippi and Tennessee.
The two golfers are members
of Wildwood Country Club and
the Wakulla High golf team.


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

TAX INCREASE

The Wakulla County Board of County Commission-

ers has tentatively adopted a measure to increase its

property tax levy.

Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy............$ 11,058,960
B. Less tax reductions due to Value

Adjustment Board and other


assessment changes...................$

C. Actual property tax levy................$


1,528,197

9,530,763


This year's proposed tax levy..........$11,281,770


All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on:


DATE: September 26,2006


TIME: 6:00 P:M.


PLACE: County Commission Board Chambers

(behind the Tax Collector's Office)


TOWN: Crawfordville, Florida


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase

and the budget will be made at this hearing.


Budget Summary

Fiscal Year 2006- 2007

Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County

ivy THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF WAKULLA COUNTY


General Fund 8.2500

Estimated Revenues:


ARE 11.0% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


General Fund


Special Revenue


Capital Projects


Enterprise Fund


Total All Funds


Taxes:
Ad Valorem Taxes
Sales, Use & Fuel Taxes
Charges For Services
Fines and Foreitures
Intergovernmental Revenue
Licenses and Permits


Millage Per $1000
8.2500 $ 10,717,682 $
25,000
275,359
4,000
7,606,889
30,000


.- $
889,971


75,113
7,388,904


1 530,210


743,941


- $ 10,717,682
2,445,181
275,359
79,113


3,084,698


18,824,432
30,000


Miscellaneous Revenues
Total Sources
Transfers In
Fund Balances
Total Revenues, Transfers
and Fund Balances


62,000 862,012 612 848 41,219 1,578,079
$ 18,720,930 $ 9,216,000 $ 2,886,999 $ 3,125,917 $ 33,949,846
1,315,425 1,315,425
524,000 2,365,181 2,055,000 735,000 5,679,181

$ 20t560 355 $ 11,581,181A 4 941 999 $ 3,860,917 $ 40944 52


Expenditures:


General Government
Public Safety
Physical Environment
Transportation
Human Services
Culture / Recreation
Economic Environment
Court-Related Expenses,
Debt Service
Other Expenses
Total Expenditures
Transfers Out
Fund Balances
Total Expenditures, Transfers
and Fund Balances


5,678,672
11,678,216
184,684

585,000
1,423,623
45,097
128,392
68,982


134,908 $
1,836,402
443,703
3,306,510
211,425
3,192,571
1,334,632
22,652
127,821


- $


656,438
1,111,043


466,204


- $


2,718,481


448,276


5,813,580
13,514,618
4,003,306
4,417,553
796,425
4,616,194
1,379,729
151,044
1,111,283
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$ 19,903,665 $ 10,610,624 $ 2,233,685 $ 3,166,757 $ 35,914,732
321,930 215,252 2,708,314 3,245,496
334,760 755,305 694,160 1(784,225

S 20,560,355 $ 11,581,181 $ 4,941,999 $ 3,860,917 $ 40,944452
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006-Page 15


Larry Taylor And Darrion Wilson

Wilson Wins FSU Tickets


The Wakulla War Eagle Grid-
iron Club has no question that
the winner of Florida State
University football tickets has
an interest in football.
Senior.War Eagle football
player Darrion Wilson won the
tickets at a recent drawing. He
officially received the tickets
from Gridiron Club President
Larry Taylor last week. The
tickets were donated by Wakulla
Bank.
The money raised in the
fund-raiser allows club members
to provide Spirit Packs for var-
sity, and junior varsity football
players. The Spirit Packs include
shorts, a team logo and shirts.
"The players look forward to
them at the beginning of each


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season," Taylor said.
WHS players are required to
sell a minimum of 10 tickets,
and Wilson purchased the
tickets himself in hopes of win-
ning the prize. Wilson said he
is especially looking forward to
attending the FSU game against
Florida at the end of the regular,
season.
"Through the support of
Wakulla Bank and so many of:
our area businesses, the Grid-
iron Club is able to allow the
War Eagle football team to con-
tinue to compete as one of the
top programs in the Big Bend,"
Taylor said. "We certainly could
not do this without the gener-
'osity of sponsors like Wakulla
Bank."


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BIRTHS
Jon A. Wohlrab
Alana Hobbs Wohlrab and
Daniel Wohlrab of Tallahassee
announce the birth of their son,
Jon Allen Wohlrab, on Sept. 16
at Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
pital. He weighed 5 pounds, 10
ounces and measured 18 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Allen and Ruthie Hobbs of St.
Marks. Paternal grandparents
are Jon and Helen Wohlrab of
Tallahassee and Luz Villasana of
Escondido, Calif.
Maternal grandparents are.
Alex and Gazzie Hobbs of St.
Marks and the late Betty and
Chester Williams.

Landon B. Greene
Jared and Amber Greene of
Woodville announce the birth
of their son, Landon Brock
Greene, on Aug. 27. He weighed 8
pounds, 2 ounces and measured
20 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Barbara and Phillip Wallace and
Jai Evans, all of Crawfordville,
Paternal grandparents are Rick
and Lavonne Greene of Craw-
fordville.
The great-grandparents are
Lyle and Betty Rinkel, Bobbie
and Ed Evans, Bob and Betty
Shivers and Henry anidWinnie
McCarthy, all of Crawfordville.


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Just Another Reason to Keep Anne Ahrendt Your Property Appraiser.


A akulla County was one of the few Florida counties to
Snot automatically renew Homestead Exemption for
Sits citizens. If citizens forgot to renew their homestead
exemption, they lost tax-protection worth $522. The vast
majority of Florida's counties renewed their citizens' exemption
,automatically since it protects homeowners' interests.

Anne Ahrendt decided it was time to bring the Wakulla
County Property Appraiser's Office into the 2ist Century and
protect your interests as well. So she renews your homestead
exemption each year. Automatically. It's like keeping up to $522
in your pocket. Especially in times of skyrocketing property tax
bills, it is just plain common sense and courtesy.

It was just one of the many common-sense
solutions Anne Ahrendt implemented to protect
property owners and taxpayers.

Whether it's making sure all properties are fairly and
accurately assessed so no one is given preferential treatment or
unfairly taxed. Or protecting homeowners through "Save Our
Homes," which limits the growth of assessments. And making
sure individuals qualified for extra exemptions veterans,





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Anne Ahrendt has also made property information
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updated sales information, modernized computer GIS mapping
to make sure all property lines are precisely measured, and in-
house property maps for your inspection.

These are just a few of the taxpayer-benefiitti
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of the positive changes she would like to make for the futie.

That's why she asks for your vote, on Nov iber
7th.


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BACK TO THE BASICS

IN POLITICS

In a democracy are certain fundamental' basics, without
which no good and sound democratic government is pos-
sible. If I'm privileged to serve as Wakulla County Com-
missioner, District 2, I pledge to work diligently with fel-
.low commissioners to promote the basics in politics and
George N. Green to make our county government reflective of the needs of
the citizens of Wakulla County.
The following are some principles one might consider in defining.good
government:
Integrity: Only make promises you can keep, keep promises
you make, and always "play with your cards above board."
Dependability: Let your actions and deeds reflect yourword.
We vs. I: Good and sound government has to actively reflect the
philosophy: "we the people" and never "I" or a "selective few."
It is the whole of our society (Wakulla County) that is the priority.
Governance with Caring: Treat everybody with dignity and respect-
the rich and the poor, the literate and the illiterate, the have and the
have-nots. And, always be aware that the "bells tolls for thee."
When it comes to persons chosen to give leadership, which to a great extent
impacts the destiny of a people, Josiah Gilbert Holland puts it well:
God give us men! A time like this demands strong minds, great hearts, true
faith, and ready hands; ...
Men who possess opinions and a will;
Men who have honor; men who will not lie'

Pc'Ih h: il a-.01iiniil i' ;r.:u.J Ir jiand ppr:..' *.J t ./ George N. Green, Democrat, for Wakulla County Commissioner, District II.
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Page 16-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006


i New Puppies Are Worth Hard Work
By HEIDI CLIFTON -,of course, all dog owners time you put into loving, caring
President, CHAT of Wakulla, Inc. wi think that their dog is smart. and training will pay off.
www.chtowakulrca.orgedcute He learned to walk on the lead CHAT is using some of their
Little English bulldog uv. A .pA in no time. Bulldogs are easily fundsto have an outside cat
little English bulldog gpuppm


Don't ask my why, but we did.
At the age of five months, his
weight has reached 38 pounds.
Most of our lives, we stuck
with the hound group when
choosing a new dog. Let's blame
this dog on my husband. He has
always wanted a bulldog.
The puppy is adorable, and
we named him, "Mostly Mis-
chief Nigel." I had forgotten
how much trouble a puppy can
be. It has been over 10 years
since we had one.
Nigel is intrigued with the
bathroom, and toilet paper
seems to be on the top of his
amusement list. The shower


curtain seems to be a lot of
fun, too.
He annoys the existing dogs
in the pack; and they do not
seem to appreciate his little
sharp teeth. To put it mildly,
they hate his guts. And why
wouldn't they? The little pup
is getting a lot of attention and
plenty of new toys. Even though
the adult dogs have not played
with toys in years, they are now
stealing and hiding the toys
from the' baby.
Nigel is a pretty smart dog


bribed with treats, and we will
take advantage of that when
trying to teach him new things.
We crate train him, and there
haven't been any accidents for a
long time. Some people believe
that crate training is cruel. It re-
ally isn't. After a while, the crate
is a sanctuary for the dog and a
place to get away from it all.
When bringing home a pup-
py, people must realize that
one has to invest an enormous
amount of time and training in
the animal. In the long run, the


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your animals spayed/neutered.
There is still some grant money
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will be held Friday, Nov. 10.
The golf committee has already
\ begun organizing the event.
The chamber is accepting
donations of items for golfers'
"goody bags." The event may
feature as many as 32 teams, and
S at least 128 of the specific good-
ies are needed for the bags.

Aging Agency Meeting
The Area Agency on Aging for
SNorth Florida, Inc., will hold its
board of directors meeting on
Thursday, Sept. 28, at 9:30 a.m.
(CT) at the Jackson County Se-
nior Citizens Organization, 2931
Optimist Drive, in Marianna. The
meeting is open to the public.
Warren Harden is the Wakulla
. representative on the board.


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Anne Strickland, goody bag co-
ordinator, at'Ameris Bank, 2628
Crawfordville Highway, no later
than Monday, Nov. 6, for inclu-
sion in the bags.
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Strickland at 926-5211 or e-
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WAKULLA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
PROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE
MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT (M.S.B.U.)


Public Notice for Special Meeting


The Wakulla Board of County Commissioners is proposing to increase the Municipal Service Benefit Unit for all
areas of Wakulla County, Fl. at a special meeting on October 23, 2006. The details of this meeting are as follows:


DATE: October 23, 2006
TIME: 6:00 P.M.
PLACE: Board Commission Chambers (behind Tax Collector's Office)


The proposal will' increase the M.S.B.U. charge for fire services as follows:
i Current Charge:


Residential Dwellings -
Commercial Dwellings under 1,000 square feet -
Commercial Dwellings under 1,500 square feet -

Commercial Dwellings over 1,000 square feet -


Commercial Dwellings over 1,500 square feet -


$35.00
n/a
$35.00


n/a


$35.00 plus 1 cent per sq.
foot over 1,500


Proposed Charge:
$65.00
$65.00


$65.00 plus 5 cents per sq.
foot over 1,000 sq. feet
n/a


Ths assessment will be collected by the Wakulla County Tax Collector. All affected property owners and citizens
havvthe right to appear at the public hearing and file any written objections within 20 days of this notice.
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Sheriff's Report
Wakulla County Sheriff's Of- Perry with possession of mari-
S fice officials charged an 18-year- juana following a traffic stop in
S old Crawfordville man with two CrawfordvilWlle. Walace was also
counts of battery on an emer- charged with one count of pos-
S. agency medical services worker session of drug paraphernalia.
S., and ,obstructing an officer in Wright was also charged with
connection with an incident near giving a law enforcement official
Wakulla Springs Baptist Church a false name and possession of
on Sept. 12, according to Sheriff drug paraphernalia. A third per-
S David Harvey. son in the vehicle was taken into
Authorities said Ryan Pat- protective custody due to being
"- rick Massey pushed Wakulla intoxicated, Sgt. Jud McAlpin,
"EMS workers Tamela L. Jablow Lt. Pat Smith and Deputy Pam
and Tonya D. Lively as they at- Veltkamp investigated.
tempted to treat him following On Sept. 10, Deputy Nick
a drug-related incident. Boutwell conducted a traffic
EMS officials were treating stop nearPanacea. Deputy Lorne
'Massey when he unbuckled Whaley and K-9 "Gunny" con-
,V himself from a stretcher and ran ducted a drug search of the
to a wooded area. During the vehicle and allegedly discovered
incident, both EMS workers were marijuana.
t allegedly struck. Jablow required Ronald Anthony Buckland,
emergency room treatment for 28, of.Crawfordville was charged
her injuries. She suffered a bro- with possession of marijuana,
ken hand, sprained thumbs and less than 20 grains and posses-
a sprained ankle. sion of drug paraphernalia.
Deputy Lorne Whaley tracked On Sept, 14, Scott A. Davis
S Massey with his K-9, "Gunny," of Crawfordville reported,a ve-
and Detective Eddie Wester hile fire at the Wal-Mart parking
spotted Massey a short distance lot in .Crawfordville. The victim
away. Det. Fred Nichols joined reported that his,transmission
the chase along with a Florida caught fire as he entered the,
Highway Patrol K-9 unit. Massey lot. Damage was estimated at
was arrested a short time later. $2,000. Deputy Nick Boutwell
Deputy Mike Crum, FHP investigated.
Trooper Herbert Brown and On Sept. 15. Kenneth W.
Trooper Brent Woodward also Douglas of Crawfordville re-
assisted. ported the theft of tools from his
In either activity reported by shed. Suspects have been idenu-
the Wakulla County Sheriffs Of- fled. A drill, valued at $250. was
ice during the past week: reported missing, Deputy Nick
S* On.Sept. 14, Karen C. Sea- Petowsky investigated.
man of Crawfordville reported On Sept. 17, Robert K. Tubb
a grand theft at her home. Two of Crawfordville was charged
suspects, who were identified, with reckless driving, obstruc-
allegedly removed $615 worth of tion of police without violence
jewelry, money and a television and obstructing police with
from the victim's home. Deputy high-speed fleeing in connec-
Scott Powell investigated. tion with a traffic case on U.S.
On Sept. 12, Katherine A. Highway 98 east of Highway 363,
Spivey of Crawfordville reported Deputy Danny Harrell clocked
a grand theft of a musical instru- Tubb allegedly driving 106 miles
ment and novels from her home. per hour in a 55 mile per hour
The stolen property is valued zone, on a motorcycle. Tubb
at $350. Deputy Jason Newlin stopped at an establishment at
investigated.' the intersection of the two high-
On Sept. 11, Janet L. Lupher ways. where he was questioned
of Bonifay reported a criminal and charged.
S mischief at her property in Pana-- On Sept. 15, Randy Barnes
cea. A gate at the front of the of Wakulla High School and
property was damaged. Damage Deputy Billy Jones discovered
was estimated at $150. Deputy alcohol in the school parking
Scott Rojas investigated. lot in a vehicle owned by Joseph
On Sept. 14. Page Pittman of Daniel Brown; 18, of Crawford-
Crawfordville reported a grand ville. Brown was charged with
theft at a Bracken Chase Home
Builders work site in Crawford-
S al d ville. Construction material. Iyou are
^ valued at $525, was taken from y
Sthe site. The materials included
-.', boards and a fiberglass column. bus
: Deputy Brad Taylor investi- b u ,iness
-' gated..
On Sept. 13. Ann M. Spears
S of Crawfordville and Beall's Out- has be n
let reported a retail theft. Eric Ja-
son Bollivar. 33. of Crawfordville and ha les
was issued a notice to appear in 'a e ,a '
S court for allegedly taking boots .
from the store without paying i lOCated i
for them. '
Bollivar allegedly ran out efferSOn C
of the store, but Deputy Ward
l,,; Kromer spotted him and made a not ff
Sthe arrest. The boots. which '
:,. were later recovered, were val- (i trance
u eed at$40. Deputy Brad Taylor insurance
:investigated. th .
On Sept. 13, Bobby Stafford t. last 2
of Crawfordville made an animal
complaint about several dogs at-: hose rnI
'"L tacking him near his home. Dog .'
'. bites were suffered on his legs orles an
and buttocks. The owner of the l S
.animals was identified, and the
I .animals were seized by Animal ~;. ..
Control Officer Kenneth Carni- Y ou ia
vale. Charges against the dog's u. a ;- ., I ,
owner are pending. Lt. Chris .
Savary investigated. s
On Sept. 14, Anthony Estler
of Panacea reported a structure ea ith Parl
fire at his home. A dryer caught e l r
fire and burned the floor of
the home. Panacea'Volunteer OVerage WV
Firefighters put out the blaze, r SS
Damage was estimated at $500.
The fire was ruled accidental. Lt. *
Pat Smith investigated..
On, Sept. 11, Aletha M.
McDonald of Crawfordville re-
ported a criminal mischief as, Find out if y(
someone removed her mailbox
from its post. Damage was esti- by calli
mated at $10. Deputy Scott Rojas by caller


investigated.
SOn Sept. 8, Detective Eddie W w.cap itz
Wester, Deputy Ward Kromer
and Lt. Chris Savary investigated
a report of a man walking around
Panacea with a gun in his belt. ;
After an extensive search, Jeffery A4
Lane Young, 46, of Panacea was
discovered near a motel lying on '
a blanket.
'Law enforcement officials re-
portedly linked Young to.a retail
theft at Wakulla Discount Liquor,
and he was taken to the county
jail. The value of the stolen li-
quor is $20. Deputy Brad Taylor
investigated.
On Sept. 10, Deputy Roger
Rankin charged Amanda Jean
.. Wallace, 23, of Tallahassee and A 'A i
Jeremy Scott Wright, 25, of


possession of alcohol under the
legal age and given a notice to
appear in court.
On Sept. 18, Deputy Matt
Helms was monitoring traffic at
Winn-Dixie when he conducted
a traffic stop for a broken tail
light. Wyatt Adam Wells, 26,
of Tallahassee was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
while license is Suspended or
revoked. .
On Sept. 17, Lt. Ronald
Mitchell investigated a report
of narcotics activity in the Wal-
Mart parking lot. A 16-year-old
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when drug paraphernalia was
discovered inside his vehicle.
Two other students were turned
over to their parents. All three
individuals were issued tres-
pass warnings for the Wal-Mart
property.
The Wakulla County Sheriff's
Office received 850 calls for ser-
vice 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 innocent until
proven guilty.


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1. Final Plat Application:


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Applicant: Brill Properties, LLC
Agent: Shirah Design & Construction
Proposal: Final plat signature heanng (Tuscany Trace)
Tax ID Number: Part of 00-00-074-000-10202-000
Existing FLU Map: Urban 2:(FLUE Policy 1.2.6)
Existing Zoning: R-3 (Section 5-32, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "C" zone on Parcel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 4.0 +/acres'
Location: East side of Ivan Church Road,
south of Bridlegate subdivision
Hearings Required: County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM
r i .. '.. r i- l .
2. Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment Application: CP05-28
Applicant: Phillip Spencer
Agent: Varnum & Associates, Inc.
Proposal: ReviseSAP #2 text
Hearings Required: County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM


3. Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Application:


Applicant
'Agent:
Proposal:
Tax ID Number;
.Existing FLU Map:
Proposed FLU Map
Existing Zoning:
FEMA Flood Info:
Parcel Size:
Location:
,Hearings Required:


CP05-30


,Linderand. Inc.
Wilson Miller
Redesignate Future Land Use
,"00-00-037-000-09728-000
Agriculture and Rural 2
(FLUE Policy 1.2.2 and 1.2.4)
: Rural 3 and Conservation
(FLUE Policy 1.2.12 and 1.2.1)
AG (Section 5-25; LDC)
"C" zone on Panel 0250-B
156.47 +/- acres
1119 Spring Creek Hwy:
County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM


4. Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Application:


CP06-01


Applicant: John and Sandra Heys
Agent: KatnyShirah'
Proposal:. RedesignateFuture Land Use
Tax ID Number: P/O 00-00-034-000-06606-000
Existing FLU Map:, Agriculture (FLUE Policy 1.2.2)
Proposed FLU Map: Rural 1 (FLUE Policy 1.2.3)
Existing Zoning: AG (Section 5-25, LDC)
FEMA Flood Info: "A and C" zones on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: : 20.0 +- acres
Location: At the southernmost end-of Iroquois Road
Hearings Required: County Commission 10/02/2006@ 6:00 PM
5. Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment: CP06-05
Applicant: Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners
Proposal: Water quality amendment to.the Comprehensive
Plan Future Land Use Element
Hearings Required: County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM
6. Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Application: CP05-27
Applicant: Paul Kreager
Agent RpbertRouta
Proposal: Redesignate Future Land Use
Tax ID Number: 00-00-039-000-09767-000
Existing FLU Map: Rural 2 and Agriculture
(FLUE Policy 1.2,4 and 1.2.2)
Proposed FLU Map: Rural 3 (FLUE Policy 1.2.12)
Existing Zoning: Agriculture (Section 5-25, LDC)
FEMA -Flood Info: "C" zone on Panel 0250-B
Parcel Size: 158.0 +/ acres
Location: N side of Wakulla Arran Road,
west.of Spring Creek Rd
Hearings Required: County Commission 10/02/2006 @ 6:00 PM

Copies of applications, draft ordinances, and any related public record files
may be viewed at the County Planning Department located at 3093 Craw-
fordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327, 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. M/F; Phone
(850) 926-3695. Any person desiring to appeal a decision of a County Board
must ensure a verbatim transcript or copy is made of the testimony and ex-
hibits presented at said hearings. Persons needing special access consid-
erations should call the Board Office at least 48 hours before the date for
scheduling purposes. The Board Office may be contacted at (850) 926-0919
or TDD 926-7962.


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NOTICE OF
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The Wakulla County Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt
the following by-ordinance and has scheduled Public Hearings regarding
the following before the Wakulla County Board of County.Commission-
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wise noted below or as time permits. All public hearings are held in the
County Commission Chambers located west of the County Courthouse at
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Legal Notice


Notice of Application for Tax Deed
2006 TXD 003
Notice is hereby given that Clyde K.
Carter, Sr. the holder of the following certifi-
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of the prop-
erty, and the names in which it was assessed
are as follows:
Certificate No. 1335
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property:
00-00-043-010-08647-000 Wakulla'Gar-
dens Unit3 Block 14 Lots 24 & 25
Name in which assessed' Alice Faye
SA- .rns Anr, Ma.r, Resha. Larr, Tri.n-.,,
Hc-iIor.
Said property being in the County of
WAKULLA. Stale of Flor.as
S unries sucn cecrticjie srnjl De re3eerred
according T I. law ir. p'oprrrT/ dj i cr.r d ir.
su.cn certiirCale ar.ail oe a0'l t0 mne rn.,g st
bidder at the courthouse door on the 3rd day
of October, 2006. at 10:00 a.m.
Dated'tr..a; lirm iale oI Augul 2:06.
BRENT X. THURMOND
-sa- Letna M Wells
DepurJ Clerk
Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County,
Florida.
August 31, September 7,14,21 2006,


Legal Notice


Notice'of Application for Tax Deed
l:0067XDY00J

Notice is hereby given Iarl Ci.,'e K
Carter, Sr. the holder of the foiloir.n cicr.r
cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
e issueda Iriror Tner, hi.cate rnubcr ana ,
year o suai.:,S Incme decripr,-,n or Ire proD-
err, and tie ar.ie ,n n:r,iic it 'was 5 -e ai
are as I0ller;
Certificate No 1338
YeaorO ISiuanc 1,,99
De;:'riplticr. or Frcperr,
.)r00-0 43Ol'63'1000j Wa % uiia Gar-
adans Uri 3 Bli:.k 16 LOII 1 "
NameiT in ..cri a.Sae:c!i M.i arl l R Rein
Sao, property, being inr me CounT, Of
WAKULL Stalte o1 Florida
Unl',esssuch cert anr ranalill be redeemed
according to lan ir. e properrdi, ar:-ra rcn
:ui r. cer ..icari ;snail iCe olc I trne r..great
Staer at ire Cu.iriotnoue cor orn Ie 3rd dayi
or Ocioier, 206 at 1 10 0 0a T
Datea in. 2''nd ate or Augustr 200'
BRENT X THURMOPND
-a Leiria M Well
Depur, Clerk
S Clerk Cf Ciru Courrt V Wakulla Counr,
Flori.da

August31, September 7, 14;21 200,6


Legal Notice


IN THE CIR('UIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COLINTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 02-122 GUL

IN RE GUARDIANSHIiF OF .
Thomas Murphy,
Arn aileg.d .ncapacated person
NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Pursuant to section 744.534, notice is
nereDy gnen nrat unclairr.ed iun0 exist n the
anove-descr.e.ed guaraianship it you have a
claim to lunas in In.3 guardianship, please
contact Ine Clerk or Cour for Wakulla Counrv.
3056 Clawioraville Highway. Crawforaovle.
Fior,oa 323?7 II no claim is made lor tnese
lunas within s.x (6) monins of lalfe Ith notice
was I.rlt piuolisnea (August 24. 20061. Ine
un.as will be depo..red wnn Ine Chlel Finan-
cal Onicer for Ine Stale of Florida


SEPTEMEBER 28,2006 at 10:00 a.m. at the
Junction of Highway 98 and Spring Creek.
Highway for the contents of Mini Warehouse,
containing personal property of:
SONJABRAMLETT
SUSAN KAY GOODSON
Before the sale date of Thursday, September
28, 2006, the owners may redeem their prop'
erty by payment of the outstanding balance
and cost by paying iin person at 2669 Spring
Creek Highway, Galveston and Linda's Mini
Warehouses, Junction of Highway 98 and,
Spring Creefk H.ghway Crawtloriiie. Florida
32327
September 14, 21,2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WAKULLA
S COUNTY FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 06-58-FC
UCN: 652006CA000058XXXXXX

HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP III,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KENRIC STRONG, at al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclo-
sure dated August. 30, 2006, and entered in
Case ro 06-58 FC UCNH 652006CA
' 0000BXXXXXX ol ire Circuit Court In and lor
VJakuiila County. Florida. wrnerein Houselioia
Finance Corp III is Pianlilf ana KENRIC
STRONG. UNKNOWIr TENANT NO I UN.
KNIOWNTErIANTNO 2, ana ALL UJLKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIIf.JING INTERESTS BY.
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO TH-IS ACTION. OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT TITLE
OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED. are Delfnaants. i ir.11 ell to Ir.e
I.gnaes and oDl DIidder for casr. In the Frcnrt
Foyer ol Ine Wakuiia County Counnouse. 3056
Cranrorlvnile Highway CranrorOvilie. FL 32327
at Wakulia Counr,. Florida al 11 00 ar m on the
5in day or OcloOer. 2006. the luiiwing de
scrioed property as set Iortn ,r.s,ad Oraei or
Final Judgment Io 1 t.
LOT 14. BLOCK R.'HHUDSOr
HEIGHTS LrNIT 4. ADDITION TO
CRAJWFORDVILLE A SUeDiViSilOt
AS PER PLAT THEREOF RE
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK l. PAGE 38
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIMING ANP INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THIS SALE IF ANY
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS .IUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIrN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE, -
II you 3re a person ailh a disaD.I.r/ wro
needs any accommodalton In order 1o partic.
pale in Ine proceeding. you are aentilea. al no
cost 10 you to Ine provision ol certain ass31-
lance Please contact Ins Cour atl 850 926
0905 tx 850-926 0938 wnin.n two (2) working
aays of youi recapl of Ihis ,Nolice. .1 you are
hearing or .o.c e .mpe.rna call Florida Relay
Servica 1800t 955.6770
DATED at Craroroville. Florida; on August
31 2006
BRENT X.THURMONC.
As Cleyk, .iroult Cour
S CiOcuIl C.urt Seaal
:' -. .. '. ~. ,,s G io--'.n
Ar D Ce-ury Clerr.

SMITH. HiAiT i DI Z. P.A..
Anrorneys for Pla.rnh
PO Box 11-138
i d Lauderiaile FL O33339-1438
'rone 19541 5640071


Secpemcer 1t ? i. 2006


Legal Notice


' IN THE CIRCUIT COU-LRT CF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Il AND
FOR WVAKULLA.COi.iuNT FLORIDA
CASE NO nn06-258-CA


Kenne.r W Tre, Sr.
Plaintiff


Dated this 5th day of August 2006J vs.
BRENT X THURMOCND Steve Revell, Louise Reell ans
CLERK OF COURT a/k/aT.Y. Gibson, if alive, and i
S(Cicu, Court Seell known to'be dead or alive, their
-- Ch''ri ;ibson respective unknown spouses, ne
D sputy Clerk grantees. crealors. and all olhar
ral corporate. or olnern.se, claii
August 24. Septmer 21,20,6 i D y ihrougn. under, or aga-nsi In
AuguIne Florda Coastal Corporaion
Sdssolvea Dy proclamalloo whose
ress was General Deliverv .n
e |ndoTrespectleunknowndievse
Legal Notice an '-1 s re .-... un.n. r .s
S cred.lors. and all parties naltral.
"______ _... ohlnervw.se. claiming interest D,
aer or aga.nri tlo nave any r.ghl
c l in or to Ine land h.ieirnaher a
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE Defendants.
SECONrD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT In irj
S FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO' 06-138-PR NOTICE OF ACTION TO QU


IN.RE:'ESTATE OF
STEVE JAMES HARRELL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tne administration or the elstae or Steve
Jlamea; Harreil. deceased File Numrrer 06 138-
PR is peroing in the CircuitCourt for Wakuila
Couritv. Floisoa. Probate Division Ire street
address ol wnicn is 3056 Cranlordillie Hign
way. Crawlordile Flor,oa 32327 The name
anJ address 0 In e per onai replesental.Je and
the personal iepresenlal..e a attorney are set
lortn Delow
All creditors of Ihe deceaenl and other per
sons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate including unmalured. conltn.
geni or uniqudated claims. on rnom a copy
of th.s notice .s served mus I le tr.er claims
w .n Ihis courl WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST PUB-
LICATIOtr OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All olher credlors ol the dtcedeon and olner
persons has .ng claims or demands aga.rI Ithe
aecedent a e-late Including unmature. cont.r.n-
gent or unliquaatea cla.'ris must I.le Iner
claims wnin Ini court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST PUB
LOCATION CF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice
is September 14,2006 ,
Catherine A. Harrell'
2515 Coastal Highway
Crawfordville, Florida 32327

Terrence T. Dariotis
Attorney at Law.
Florida Bar No. 190057
Post Office Box 16005
Tallahassee, Florida 32317-6005
(850) 523-9300
September 14, 21, 2006


Legal Notice |


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 83, PART IV
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Florida Self-
Storage Facility Act, Florida Statutes, Chap-
ter 83, Part IV that Crawfordvllle Self Storage
will hold a sale by sealed bid on THURSDAY


TO Sie.e Revell Louise Re,
G.D'son. aK'a T GNibson. II alie
or not known to be dead or alive
and respective unknown spouse
sees, granlees ciedilors and al
natural. corporate. or oihernrse. i
esis by. nrocugh. under or again
also tha Flor.a Coastal Corprnr
respective unKinowin ae-,ises. gr
los,. and aii padres= natural. corp
erwise. claiming inleraesa by. In


Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST ROOSEVELT TRIPLETT; HAL-
LOWED BE THY NAME CHURCH OF GOD,
INC., a Florida non-profit corporation; EDDIE,
HOWARD, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST EDDIE
HOWARD; ANN MCMILLIAN a/k/a DR. ANN
MCMILLIAN; ISAIAH TRIPLETT; SANDRA
Mt.ILLS THE BANK OF NEW YORK. and ALL
LIrKNrOWIr PERSONS CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANr RIGHT TITLE, OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE COM-
PLArIT IF ALIVE, AND IF DEAD, OR. NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE THEIR UN-
KNIOWN SPOUSES HEIRS. DEVISSEES,,
GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES, LIENORS; CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THE UNKNOWN PERSONS,
Deaenanats
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS; DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR,
AGAINST ROOSEVELT TRIPLETT; THE UN-
KNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES
ASSIGNEES. LIENOCRS CREDITORS
TRUSTEES, OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIM
IN.G B. THiROU;GH. UNDER OR AGAINST
ELDIE HOWARD ISAIAH TRIPLETT; andALL
UrNKrNOWNr PERSONS CLAII.lMIlG TO HAVE
Ac.Y lIUHT TITLE OR INTEREST INr THE
FRtOPERTY DESCRIBED IN THE COM-
PLAINT. IF ALIVE. AND IF DEAD, OR NOT
KrIOWNV TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE. THEIR UN-
rKNOWN SPOUSES HEIRS DEVISEES.
GRAINTEES. ASSIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDI-
TORS. TRUSTEES OR OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE UNKrIOWN PERSONS:
YOU ARE rNOTIFIED maI an action to qu.el
little or ins ica.o1 ing pr,:.paer n Wakulla Counr?
Florda.
Commence at a concrete monument.
mark-r.j me Souineasl corner ol Ine
SounaseEi Ouaner c-l Lol S CoI e I
Hartialela Survey or Landrs i Wakuia
c.unr,. Florida. and Inence run Souln
72 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds
t.. j 111000 leel thence run Ntonn
S degrees 30 m-nulies r0o c-:onds
SWezl 350 0 leel to a re.rod thence run
Nortln 72 degrees 30 minules 20 iec.
S enod; East 135 0d leel lo a re.rod.
Inence run Nornn 15 degrees 09 rr.n.
uki 2')j seconas Waers 16998 le-ei
tIenca run joorh 75 degrees ; I mn.
ulte -13 aeconds East 152 51 teel.
Inen-ce run Nronn 15 degree s 09 m.n
uies 2':1 seconas West 208 71 reel to
me POINT OF BEGINNING From saia
POINT OF BEGilNING Inence run
SIortn 75 degrees 11 minutes 43 sec-
ond: East 344 47 leel to a re-roa on
Ihe Soutnwesteril r.ghl-ol.day Dound-
ary ol Triplett Roa. Inrenca run Nortn
50 degrees 10 rmnules 23 seconds
S West along said night ol-way boundary
258 97 leel, tnence run Soutn 74 ae.
agrees 48 minutes 13 seconds West
275 01 feet to a concrete monument.
Inence run South 15 degrees 09 min-
utes 20 seconds East 209.30 leel lo a
concrete monument, thence run North
75 degrees l me.nules 43 seconds
E3st 79 15 feel to ihe POINT OF BE-
GINFl4INI G containing 1 68 acres, more
or le 5
has Doen Iied against you and you are required
1.:, ..r.. a cop. O1 yr'c" rln- rn dofien-se II ran
ic. I on iARVINi B I OiV i'W lEP l Pl i.nlllfs alt
Icrn-, -*r'ose eadasie I Giarone., WasdSAncrln.
Duggai'B.:i & Wie.-.er PA :'130:' Tr.omaE:ood
Dr.e,. Talanas.see Flor.da 32308, wtrninr 30
da ,.atirsl puDi.caion., and irl.e Inc original w.lh
Ine cierK ri coun enIner befl-re .ierce on Inm
pia.nlirn a an.me, ..:,r .mmCd.alel,' Ineriarnter
oilhern a idelaui i *11nbe entered aga.nti you
IOi Ir,. reliel demranod- in the co'npla.nl or pa
tition. r


DATED: August 23, 2006.
Clerk.of Circuit Court
VWa-ulla County. Floro0
SChris GCDoso-
C epury Cier
Sepltemner7 14. 21 28, 2006


Legal Notice


SIN THE COURT OF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
W. AKLLLA COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE rIO 06-219 CA
S" JUDGE: SAULS
1T GiDsoe.,'i
f,dead or not IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A 1998 ISUZU
r several and TROOPER, VIN: 4S2CM58W4362743
ers. devisees
rpa n.es nalu TO ANJY AND ALL PERSOlNSWHOCLAIMAN
ring .rtrest INTEREST INT THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
earm. an'd also
a corporation 1998 ISUZU TROOPER,
ae rri.a.ng ad. VIN: 4S2CM58W4362743,
Panacea. FL.
iee granltes O 1OTICE is g. en pursuant 10 SOecI.Ons
corporate or 932 703 ana 933 704, Florn.a Slatutes (20051
Inrougn un that THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY
I. l.le. or .nler. SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES (DEPART-
lescr.oed. MENT), acting through its division, the Florida
Highway Patrol, seized the above-described
personal property'on the 5th day of July, 2006,
in Wakulia Cour.r Flor.ae and is hola.ng the
IET TITLE personal property pending nme outcome of lor-
Sle.ture proceedings All persons or enlilles who
all, and T.V. na.oea aegalinterest in ie surleciproperr' may
a. and if dead request a nearing concerning Ine seized prop
,their several carry by contacltng the undersigned Acomplainl
s, heirs, devi- nas been tiled in Ire C.rcu.t Court ol Ine FOUR-
Solner parties TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. in and lor
:laimring-niar Wakulla Counry On the 91h day ol August
nsi Inem, and 20CJ6. Inse trial court entered an order finding
alion. and Ils probable cause II no claimants appear wlhin
antees. credit. 20 days mIe DEPARTMENT will be seeking a
)orale. or oln final orsdr of Iorfeiture
rough. under. Dateld timn 3fst day ol August. 2006


or against It to nave an glnl., Ile,l. or interest
in O 10 Ithe lanl hleiinarler de,.:r.rbd
YOu ARE NOTIFIED final an acl.on to que
tile i c real prop ertyas nled egain:i you
As lied. In iqu.al Itle actlor raeuestsi Ine Court
determine Inat none ol Ina abovennamed par-
Ites nave any r ght tile or interest n the parcel
ol property ascribed as Lot 9 0o Block D or
Wekulia R.,er Estales. as per pial inereof re.
corde .in Pial Book 1. Page 46 of lthe publc
records of Wakulla Ccunty Ficr.da
You are required to serve a copy of your
wrner, defenses, if any, on Doris; Sanders
Plainlre s Aliorney whose address is 2181
CrawTora.inle Hwy., Ci'awsiodv;iie. Florida
3:327. c.n or oelore Oclrcber 7, 2006, and Ilo
i.le Ine original with the clerk of the 'above
r.am.e Court at 3056 Crawfordville Hwy. in
Cranfordville, Florida either before service on
in. anorney or immediately thereafter; other-
nw e a default may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the'complaint.
Dated this 1st day of September, 2006.
BRENT X. THURMOND
As Clerk of Court
.(Circuit Court Seal)
S -- Chris Gibspn
As Deputy Clerk.

S. September 7, 14, 21, 28, 2006



Legal Notice


il THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-142-CA

ROBERT W. TIMMONS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LINDA GAIL BAKER; ROOSEVELT TRIPLET,


Re.peclully submiltea.
CHARLES J. CRIST. JR
ATTORNEY GENERAL
MARK S DUNN
A .anlt Attorney General
Florida Bar No. 0471852
Once ol the Atloine General
The CapilI. Suile PL-01
; Tallanassee, FL 32399 1050
Telephone: (850) 414-3300
Facsimile: (850) 488-4872
September 14, 21, 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WAKULLA COUNTY
CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE NO. 05-00096
WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, f/k/a First Union National Bank, succes-
sor by merger with First Unioh National Bank
of Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GENE W. PILAND, III, a/k/a GENE W. PILAND;
et, al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
September 11, 2006, and entered in Case No.
05-00096 of the Circuit Court for Wakulla
County, Florida, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the Courthouse steps,
Wakulla County Courthouse, 3056 Crawford-
ville Highway, Crawfordville, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. and on the 19th day of OCTOBER, 2006,
the following described property as set forth In
said Summary Final Judgment:


LOT 9, DOE FOREST, ACCORDING
TO PLATTHEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT-BOOK 3, PAGE 7, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WAKULLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH a doublewide mo-
bile home, ID NOs. GMHGA132927
083A and all the improvements now
and hereafter erected on the property,
arid all easements, rights, appurte-
nances, rents, royalties, mineral, oil
and gas ignts and profits. water r.ghts.
Sand dock and all fixtures now ana here
carter attacneo to tr e property
**ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
'OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER
THE SALE"
WITNESS my, hand and the seal of the
Cour on Septermer 12 2006
n accordance with the Amer.cans w.ih Disaliii-
"-es Act. persons wdr. oaiabillles neeaing a
special accommodation to participate in tnis
proceeding should contact Ihe Individual or
agency rending notice no later man seven (7)
days prior to Ine proceeding II nearing Im-
paired. (TDDI 1.800.955.8771. or Voice IVi 1.
800-955-6770. via Floriaa Relay SCeaice
o '" n BREN TX THURMOND
S Clerk of e Circull and County Court

By:-s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
ICircuit Court Seali
September 21. 28. 2006


Legal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
SECONjD JUDICIALL CIRCUIT
INr. PD FOR W4KULLA COLINTY FLORIDA
CASE NO: Of--225-CA

IN RE THE INTEREST OF
Minor Cnlldlienil
Ian. Josepn Smin
hOT ICE OF ACTION OF
PETITIO.rN FOR TEMPORARY CUSTODY
BY EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBER
TO Juslin Smrr.r,
ADDRESS lr Known) unnynown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Final a Peltiion
For Temporar, Custody by Extended Famrit
Member nar Dean liled and you sre required it
serve a ccp, otf our wrnten defense,. if any lo
.I on Paul and Den.se Dubay. 93 Leslie Circle.
Crafoirvillte. FL 32327 on or Delore 30 days
or firsl publcatlon, and lile Ie original witn the
Clerk of Irs Courl II you ail o do o. a delsuil
wall De enreoed agaerns you lor the reel de.
minded -n the Peitihon
WITNESS my nano ario Ie seal ol this Coun
on Sept 15. 2006
Clerk ol Coun
-s-Cnris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
iC,rcui Court Seall

Sept 21 28. Oct 5. 12.2006


Legal Notice


: : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
S FOR WAKLLLA COUNTY FLORiDA
CASE NO 02-122-GU

It RE GUARDIANSHIP OF _-.
Thomas Murpny,
An alleged incapacitated person.
NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Pur.uar.i to section 744 534. rnohrce *
nereby g.ven that unciamed lunas exisl in Inr
aboieoescr.ied guara.ansnip If you nave a
claim to fund= in this guara.ansh.p. please
contacI Ire Clerk of Coun lor WaKula Counry.
3056 Crsanor..,liea H.ghay. C raworovawie
Fioraa 32327 II no claim is made ior these
funds wtlhin six 16) months ol dale in.s notice
was liat puDl.sned iAugusl 2- 20061. Ino
lunas will be deposited with Ire Ch.ef F.nan-
c.al On.cer lor tne State of Flor.ia
Dated lhilS15th day ofAugust 2006.
;BRENT X THURMOND
CLERK OF COURT
(Circuil Court Seall
-s- Chris Gibson
S Depury Clerh
August 24. September 21. 2006


SLegal Notice


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION '
CASE NO 2006-19-P-C *

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK AS TRUSTEE.
Plaintiff, *
vs.
DAVID GABRIEL HOGAN, et al,
Defendantss. i
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEIt pursuant to
an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated
September 8. 2006 and enleraid n Case NO *
2006-19-FC ol me Circuit Court ol the SEC-
ONPD Judicial Circuil in and lor WAKULLA
County, Florida wherein JPMORGAN CHASE *
BANK AS TRUSTEE, is Ine Pla.nt.l and DAVID .
GABRIEL HOGAN. SHEMEKA HOGAN.
FLORIDA COMMERCE CREDIT UNION
SONGBIRD SUBDIVISION PROPERTY OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION. INC WAKULLA .
COUNTY. are the Delenoarts. I will sell to me
hignesl and best bidder lor cash at FRONT
FOYER OFTHE WAKULLACOUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00 A.M. on the 12th day of Octo-
ber, 2006, the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 14, BLOCK "J" OF SONGBIRD,
PHASE II, A SUBDIVISION AS PER
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES
113-116 OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A Meadowlark Drive, Crawford-
ville, FL 32327
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if any, other than the prop-
arty owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on September 8, 2006.
Brent X. Thurmond
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: -s- Chris Gibson
Deputy Clerk
September 21, 2006


SLegal Notice


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT U
TO CHAPTER 83, PART IV ,


Notice is given pursuant to Florida Self-Stor-
age Facility Act, Florida Statutes, Chapter 83,
Part IV thatABC Storage, LLC. will hold a sale,
by sealed bid on Saturday, September 30,
2006 at 10:00 am. at 3743 CrawfordVille Hwy.
of the contents of Mini Warehouse containing
personal property of:
Bill ;ranliln Taylor
Before the sale date of Friday, September 29,
2006, the owners may redeem their property
by payment in full of the outstanding balance
and cost by paying in person at 3295 Craw-
fordville Hwy., Crawfordville, FL.
September 14, 21 2006


Hearing Required: County Commission 10/16/
2006 at 6:10 P.M.
Copies of applications, draft ordinances; and
.related public record files may be viewed at the
Board of County Commissioners, at3093 Craw-
fordville Highway, Crawfordville, FL 32327, 8
A.M. to 4:30 P.M. M/F; Phone (850) 926-0919.
Any person desiring to appeal a decision of a
County Board mustensure a verbatim transcript
or copy is made of testimony and exhibits pre-
sented at said hearings. Persons needing spe-
cial access considerations should call the Board
Office at least 48 hours before the date for
scheduling purposes. The Board Office may be
contacted at (850) 926-0919 orTDD 926-7962.
September 21,28,2006


LeglNticeLegal Ntice
Legal Notice


WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
MEMORANDUM
TO: School Board Members
FROM. Da. rt.1iler. Superintendent
SUBJECT: Special Board Meeting to be held
on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 3:00
p.m.
1. Approve oro a.rpprove Ine agenda
2 A special pTresnalion Irom me Oual.ty Re-
cew Team lor SACS CASI tSoulhern Assoc.a.
tion ol Colleges and Scnooli; Counc.l on Scncol
Improvemanli W.ilI e nela Tr.e SACS CASl
leam will gve a repon concerning Ire Wakulla
County Schools D.slr.ci Accred.talion status
3 Approve or disapprove Out oi F.eld Teacn-
ers

4. Adjourn.
September21,,2006


Legal Notice


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Tre WaKulla Counrs, BEar.l f .unr, Comm;a-
=soneis pr.opc.ise io adopt me tlioliong by or.
irnance and ha;: scneduied Public Hear.ngs
regid.ing Inc lllowin, OeiCore inc Wakulla -
Ccur,r v Eard ol Cournty Commn.asoner. on
Monday. OctoDer 16. 2006. beginning at 6 10
P .1 unie z oalnerw. e noted a furlner snown
bail.r or as I.me permnizs Al pbihlic nerarirga
are neid. n ihe Coiunr cl';mm.s r on Chambers
located we eol In e County Courtnouse al 29
Arran Road. Cranroidvile. Fiondja 32327 In.
lere'led parties: are inv.led to attend and
present Iei.mony
I WaKulla Count/ Ordrnance
AN ORDINANCE OF WAKULLA
COUNTY. FLORIDA REPEALING
AND REPLACING ORDINANCE NOS
1998 09. s C0-36.2003.09 ANOD2006-
24 AND ALL PRIOR SLOW SPEED'
IDLE SPEED ORDINANCES. PRO
VOIDING DEFINITIONS. DESiGIAT.
ING BY LONGITI.IDE AND LATITUDE
COORDINATES THOSE AREAS IN
WHICH VESSELS MUST TRAVEL AT
SLOW SPEED OR IDLE SPEED
PROVIDING AUTHORITY TO THE
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CASE NO. 06-62-FC
HORACE C. SELLARS
Plaintiff,
vs.
JULIAN GRAHAM, "
Defendant.
CLERK S NOTICE OF SALE .
UNDER FS CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that. in accordance w.Ih ihe
Final Judgment ol Foreclosure dated Septem-
ber 12. 206. in Ins anove.sryled cause. I Aii
sell to Ine higrnet anad best dder Ior cash at
mse Wakuiia Counry Counnouse. 3056 Craw-
loiaovirl H.gnway Crawtcra.,ie. Florc.a 32327.
at 1100 a m on Otciber 19 2006. tne follow-
ng o ascrieud property
Lot numDer twelve (121 ir, Bloc 5. ol
GREiNER'S ADDITiON OF CRAW.
FORDVILLE. asz ronn by map or Piat
Book I ol the PuDiic Records ol
Wakulla Counry. Flor3a.
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from the'sale, if Iany,, other than the property
owner as o1 Ir, e aalte 1 Ine I. pendens rust
Ille a claim ninln,n .0 day: aner the sale.
Daled Sepl 15,2006.
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ORDINANCE #__
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE
#85-4 CHAPTER 31 UTILITIES, ARTICLE II,
SEWAGE DISPOSAL, SECTION 31.061 BY
DELETING SAME IN ITS ENTIRETY AND
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FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
SFurther information may be obtained from our
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,.ing the Commission office at 926-0919.
September 14, 21, 2006


Services


SCHOOL OF MUSIC
926-7627 t F
ANYTIME ELECTRIC
Specializing in repair and service,
residential and commercial, homes and
mobile homes. 24-hcur service Mark
Oliver, ER0015233. 421-3012; F


.MUNGE'S TREE SERVICE
Professional Work-Afordable Rates-
Tree Removal & Trimming
Firewood & Stump Grinding
Fully Insured, 421-8104
AIR-CON OF WAKULLA
HEATING & A/C
Maintenance & Service
Gary Limbaugh, 926-5592
FL Lic. #CAC1814304
3232:Crawfordville Hwy. BF
REVELL WELL &
PUMP REPAIR


We stock water pumps, electric motors
and pans Complele installation and
repair services 962-3051. F
JIMBO'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Irntrior, e..terior repairs-btonoi liop
-Homes mooDle nomes. boats, car.
pons, po-,rches Roofing, installation con
floors, carpet, ceramic tile and linoleum,
wallpaper, blinds, leaks, windows.
Clean outside roof. Ikool seal, painting,
vinyl siding and pressure washing.
(850, 524-5462 BF.

Need To Sell
Your House?
We buy houses jrid mobile
Homes w/ljnd. See otur free
report "Amazini, secrets of
selling your house forcash in
-7 d- sb or less"'at
: N iI h FlrndarijF'r p:,cr y ,'iutll,..li.rS K:m
'or call us direct
Brian 509-2267
or Mike 509-8014 /"
-T:M HOUCK'S
HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Interior and Exterior Remodeling
Barns. Decks. Pergola
S 30 years experience
Lic #3538
(850) 926-2027'6r cell 570-0480' BF
PAINTING
Interior/Exterior
Residential/Commercial
Pressure Washing
BillyRoddenberry
962- 271 BF.
BACKHOE AND TRACTOR WORK
SBig or Small Free Estimates
30 years experience
Richard Miller, 926-2900 or
933-1118. BF
ALL PRO FENCE
Residential-Commercial
Fencing. 519-1416. BF
KOLAH
Lawn Care Service
5 519-6445 BF

Keep WaloUa County teRutif&fL






Antiques and Uniques
"Something for Everyone"
61 Rose Street, Sopchoppy
'sistersantiquesanduniqiues@yahoo.com
850-962-2550
Open Wed. Fri. I 6 1.m
SSaturday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.

BACK FORTY TRACTOR SERVICE
Bushhogging, Boxblading Driveway.
LarryCarter Owner/Operator. 850-925-
7931, 850-694-7041. Licensed/
Insured. BF'
DIRT DELIVERED .
FILL DIRT, TOP SOIL, ROAD BASE,
CRUSHED SHELL, ROCK, LOADER
AND GRADING SERVICE. 850-984-
5474. PT10/26
Tractor Work-Bushhog, lawn,
driveway grading and dirt roads, post
holes, tree trimming and removal,
gardens, harrow and plow. 545-8921.
BF


COMMUNITY
S COLLEGE

Professional
Help Wanted


Housekeeping $50 and up. Call Emily
544-9779. P14,21,28,5
ARTISTICAL DESIGN, LLC
PAINTING & PRESSURE WASHING
WE MAKE NEW FOR YOUI
850-544-7061'.
ASK FOR GEORGE P21,28
DAY CARE New in-home day care,
state certified, Sept. 4 opening. Please
call now for reservations. $100 non-
refundable deposit, starting at $400/
month. Crawfordville area. Please call.
Heather, 519-6883. P21.











A4--4D ESIGN.st
926-2211
North PointeCenter
Mr. Stump
STUMP GRINDING
Quick Service
Cellular: 509-8530 F


AAA CONSTANT COMFORT
Air cond. and heating, service and
installation. Free quotes on .new
equipment. Trane dealer. We fix al!
brands and mobile homes. 926-8999.
RA006672. F
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
Foundations, slabs, driveways, etc.
Stan Poole at 251 0189 F


KEITH KEY HEATING AND AIR
Commercial, residential and mobile
homes. Repair, sales:; savice,
installation' All nmakesd id models. Lic.
. -4 ..6aa p ??^ .-_...
A-1 PRESSURE CLEANING
Free Estimates
Licensed John Farrell
926-5179 F
MSR TRACTOR SERVICE, LLC
Free Estimates -Affordable Prices
421-7-164 or Cell 508-5378 BF
HAROLD BURSE
STUMP GRINDING
962-6174 BF
PORTER PAINTING, LLC


OFFICE ASSISTANT I
(Half- time)
.Typing ability must
be demonstrated at time
of application
CSCOA 105
$9,070 $10,521 annually
Communications and
Humanities
Closing 9/28/06 at 5 pm
Tlie following vacancies
are fiscal year contracted
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
GR000560:
$24,960 annually
DOH/Institute of Research
Infrastructure
Closing 9/26/06 at 5 pm
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
OF ADMINISTRATION
GR000563
Competitive Salary
Volunteer FloridaFoundation
Closing 9/29/06 at 5 pm
LEAD TRAINER &
DEVELOPER
GR000564
Competitive Salary, .
Volunteer Florida Foundation
Closing 9/29/06 at 5 pm
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
OF ADMINISTRATION
GR000563
Competitive Salary
Volunteer Florida Foundation
Closing 9/29/06 at 5 pm
LEAD TRAINER &
DEVELOPER
GR000564
Competitive Salary
Volunteer Florida Foundation
Closing 9/29/06 at 5 pm
Visit the College's website at
www.tcc.fl:edu for position
details, employment applica-
tion, and application process.
---oer ADA accommedations- -
Snotify Human Res._-urees: (S5nl
201-8510, I;'a. 2: I-S-,,9, TDD
.'; 8491 or FL Rela\.11, ..
Submit mjndaLory Tall ahaIsee
Comrieunity College employment
application to Human Resources
TCC, 444 Apple,,ard Dr. Talla-
hassee, FL 32304-2895; or email
humres,:@tcc fl edu
Human Resources hours
8A.M. 5 P.M., Mon Fri
SAn Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer


your hometown hospice, licensed since 1983


Hospice Services Liaison

Position responsible for cultivating rela-
tionships with the medical and professional
communities of Wakulla and Franklin coun-
ties, participating in civic and professional
organizations, ensuring public awareness,
and providing education and assistance to
referral sources with respect to hospice care.
RN/LPN with minimum of 2 years market-
ing/sales and public, relations experience
preferred. Valid Florida drivers license, ex-
cellent benefit package and salary commen-
surate with experience.

Great benefit package!
Interested candidates can apply in person
1723 Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, Florida
Or by faxing a resume to 850.575.6814
or APPLY ON-LINE!
-' at
www'.bigbendhospice.org

SEOE/DFWP/ADA
Smoke Free Workplace


Concrete labor, drug free, drivers
license, some out of town work. 334-
685-1904. 926-1461 afternoon. P21


Ya rd Sale


The City of Sopchoppy is accepting
Clearance Sale--1378 Coastal Hwy.,
applications for a Resident Park Clearance Sale-1378 Coastal Hwy.,
Manager. For information and/or Panacea. Sorriething old, something
applicaiton, contact the Clerk's Office, new. Friday and.Saturday, 9/22 & 23,
100. Municipal Ave., SopchoppyFL, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. B21
32358 Qor by call 850-962-4611. Saturday,'Sept. 23, miscellaneous
Housing-ari erlecriciry in exchange lor ,,household items, 73 Shadeville ,lwy.,
managing camp sites..mowing, and 8 a m 2p m. B21
Miscellaneous dunes. EOE. i ..


EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
with Class "A" CDL need '"
immediately. Call 877-0273-Good pay
and benefits.
RECEPTIONIST
needed 8:00 a.m -2 00 p m., M-F, call
926-2699. P14,21


f,,. ,lhuur, Ii IS -eui-


IiGROUP ,n Inc. i's seeking
'Anlir,,qnt~q fnr thiz fiflitimp nnilrmnins ot


a~l p. llpvC I v,1 o I I Ul IUIllllln J Residential/Commercial, New Con- Research Analyst (starting salary 20K
siruciion Remodeling. So: ,Wash! AVON REPS NEEDED to 24K) and an Executive Assistant
Pressure Wash. Licensed and Insured.
Free Estimates WorKer's Comp. Start Selling Today Start-up kits just (starhtng salary 24K to 28K).
Certified. (850) 519-0416.' BF' $10. Earn 50% in first ordei Professional office.experience is
guaranteed. 926-9990. ls required with excellent writing,
'Full time, reliable, experienced Lawn telephone and computer skills. The
SResi ntial Maintenace mploee sought executive assistant position must be
-. Maintenes b-d .n Crwfordll but experienced with Excel, Quick books,
business based in Crawfordville but .b u... .
lo k usinLes o nae .i Oawovlle, b inand Power Point.' Benefits include
Conmercial wor n Leon Wakua d Fr n Group Health and 401K. Email resume
Ji L '[/ [,i~ i Ltense;d counties. Must be drug free with clean to louse@cjisgoup.com. 14,21
L. ,',i ,? -Insured driving record and able o drive a truck .
U -CTI J, '' Reliable with a trailer $9.75/nour, negotiable.
C all Bryan al 926-1550 aler 4 p.m. or Keep. lo WaeJt Couwdq BeutLfld
0Re-Roofs New Mecol Patch 251-9619 P21


Maurice Herndon
OCi. r 20 Yeors Erpcrience
(850) 962-2437,
or (850) 528-3487
Lic. #RC0066773,

Help Wanted

Need immediately-professional house
painters, individual hourly painter or
subcontractors. Call Billy Roddenberry
962-4271 or 228-5552. aF
Experienced Short Order Cook and,
Prep needed as soon as possible.
Need experienced bartender for new:
bar set-up. Apply in person, Riverside
Cafe in.St. Marks or Riverside by the
Bay ih Shell Point. 925-5668 or 926-
4499.
BF
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
Hookwreck Henry's-needs ex-
perienced daytime dishwasher and
fulltime experienced oyster shucker.
Mus' be dependable. Flexible hours.
Contact Mary at 984-5544. BF.
Experienced garage door installer
needed immediately. Call Hannah's
Garage Door Co. at 421-0106.
B31,7,14,21 ,
Lighthouse Lady Cleaning hiring
fulltime day cleaning personnel. Must
have experience, transportation and
* must pass a background check.
Serious inquiries only. Call 509-0623.BF
EXPERIENCED PAINTER WANTED,
GOOD PAY: PLEASE CALL 926-1513
OR 510-0203. P14,21,28


DAZZLES HAIR STUDIO Is now hiring
lor stylists, nail specialist. Please call
850=926-6772 to inquire. : P21
Legal AssistanvOlice Manager sought
for sole practitioner in Criminal Practice.
Experience preferred. Legal Assisant
duties: opening/closing case files,
scheduling appoinmrents'depositions!'
court proceedings and composing/
transcribing correspondence. Officer
Manager duties: Maintaining Accounts
R/P, preparing tax forms and managing
operating/trust accounts. Must have
excellent telephone skills. Computer
skills required. 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
926-7663 or FAX 926-7664. P21,28
Wakulla Christian School will be hiring
an additional Pre-School Aid.
Experienced working with young
children is a prreq. Please call 926-
5583 for an interview.. B14,21


For Sale


BED-Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In plastic,;
warranty, can deliver $250. 850-425-
'8374. BF


Coastal Consignment

Furniture
Looking for Furniture!
New *Gently Used
Find It -Sell It
2481 Crawfordville Hwy.
926-8765


FOR SALE
1983 Chevrolet
Flatbed 454
Very low mileage.
Includes 8'x2' joint
with hydraulic jacks. W

Asking $40,0000
including all equipment.
Can be negotiated.
Call Arthur Geide
850-984-5549


BEDROOM SET- 6 PC.- Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand.,NEW in boxes, must sell
$550. 850-222-9879. :BF
SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant,
Lifetime Warranty, Still in Crate, Can
Deliver. Sug. List $1250, Sell $475.
850-545-7112. BF
MATTRESS- King Size Orthopedic 3
pc. Set. New, unopened w/ warranty.
Sacrifice $295. 850-222-2113. BF
HABITAT RE-STORE
Abundance of bedding, sleeper sofas,
computers, interior/exterior doors,
windows/screens, fiberglass shower

units and light fixtures. Open Tuesday
thru Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5p.m.,. 940
Shadeville Hwy. (Hwy. 61), 926-4544.
BF
Utility Trailer-Dual axle, heavy duty
$1,000.421-3248. P14,21
Mushroom compost; $15 per scoop.
Red mulch at $30. Top soil at $25. Fill
dirt $65 for small truck load. Delivery
available. 926-3280. P14,21,28,5
2005 Toyota Corolla, A/C, P/SAM/FM-
CD. tilt steering wheel, auto trans, 35-
40 mpg. 43K miles. $9,000. Call Lynda,.
984-3312. P21
Musical instruments-banjo $50, violin
$50, mandolin $100, guitar (hollow
body) $300. PA system $2,000. Call
Lvnda.984-3312. .: P21


2001 Chevy Silverado w/fiberglass
camper top. Great condition. $9,000.
Call 926-4761. P21
Household items-washer & dryer
$500; portable dishwasher$300; bunk
beds w'o mattresses $50; chest of
drawers w/mirror $300. Call Lynda,
984-3312. P21
2006 Coachmen travel trailer, 14 ft.,
completely set up, never used. Call
James. 1-386-855-0300. P21
GREEN PEANUTS, PEAS AND
OKRA. RAKERS FARM. 926-7561BF
Sears Craftsman lawn tractor. Cost
new $1,200. Used 3 times. $800. Call
John at 926-3889. P21
For Sale by Owner--1998 Chevrolet
Lumina, 4-door sedan, 101,500 miles,
new A'C, sun root. Iinled windows,
white. good.conditin, $4,300 Gall 349-
9103. P21
2005 Enclosed trailer, Pace American,
5x8. Used three times. $1,200. Call
lyhda, 984-3312. P21

Real Estate-Sale

LOTS, LOTS, LOTS
We have coastal lots inSt. Marks,
Carrabelle, Eastpoint &
Steinhatchee, starting at $45K
Neil Ryder Realty, Inc.
656-0006 i 508-6988. BF
Play golf every day! 3BR?2B at
Wildwood Country Club. $179,000.
Coastwise Realty, Inc., Lynn Cole, 545-
8284. BF
Beautiful coastal home with guest
house on 4 lots, lushly landscaped. St.
Marks. 925-0373. BF
Lease to Own. On 3 lots in Wakulla
Gardens. 23 Neeley Rd. 1,800 sq. ft.
4BR/2B. Completely renovated. Nick at
766-7750. P21,28,5,12
Cleared mobile home lot, Alligator
Point, 83K, one tenth of a mile from
boat ramp. Please-call Kevin Griffin at
Harbor Point Realty, 566-8874. P21,28










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3BR/2BA home on Mashes Sands with
water view, 1800 SF, available Nov. 1
Year lease, $975. 984-9959 P21,28
What an opportunity! Large brick
home with fireplace, in ground pool,
workshop, barn & more on nearly 4
acres withHi h 319 frontage The
possible' .. 806,000
Lana Sell Your ghway
fro boat
T on the date of your el
S choice. At a fair price ee
B without doing any
repairs.
$9 Call me NOW!
Enj 926-2100 nal
S www.homesellersdepot.com
porch patio
room, work wall all
at a reduced price 7.500
Panacea Mineral springs! Several
lots to choose from in fast-growing
coastal real $74,900 each.

Real Estate-Rent

Weekly Rentals Available; $175-$200
per week, Panacea Motel, 850-984-
5421. BF
Townhouseat Old Courthouse Square
2BR/2.5B w/W/D. Ready NOW $850/
mo. 850-251-5267. P31,7,14,21
3BR/2B townhouse in Crawfordviile w/
community pool, $895/mo. 1 year
lease. Ochlockonee Bay Realty: 850-
984-0001 obr@obrealty.com www.
obrealty.com BF
3BR/2B Ochlockonee Bayfront home
on River Cove. $1,250/mo. 1 year
lease. Ochlockonee Bay Realty: 850-
984-0001 obr@obrealty.com www.
obrealty.com BF
2BR/2B on Alligator Point. $850.mo.
first and last. 1 year lease Ochlock-
onee Bay Realty 850-984-0001
obr@obrealty.com www.obrealty.com
BF
2BR/2B furnished home on Alligator
Point, $1,300/mo. 1 'year lease. No
Pets/No Smoking. Ochlockonee Bay',
Realty: 850-984-0001 obr@obrealty.
corn www.obrealty.com BF
Lease to Own. On 3 lots in Wakulla
Gardens. 23 Neeley Rd. 1,800 sq.,ft.
4BR/2B. Completely renovated. Nick
at 766-7750. P21,28,5,12
2BR/1B w/screened porch in Spring
Creek. Has out building and covered
Sparking. CHA Call Ben Lovell agent/
owner. 933-6020. B21
For rent or option to buy, Sopchoppy,
3BR/1.5BA on one acre. River access.
$850/mo. plus deposit 926-7113 or
656-8252 B21
Townhouse for rent, 2BR/2.5BA,
screened porch, $850. Ready to move
in. 933-5242 P21,28
2B/1 BA with screened porch in Spring.
Creek. Has outbuilding and covered
parking, CHA. Call Ben'Lovell, agent/
owner. 933-6020 21
4BR/2BA Home, W/D, on one acre in
quiet, residential Crawfordville
neighborhood $1300/i'mo Call 926-
9506. B21
Mashes Sands home-totally
renovated. 1,800 sq, ft. 3BR/2B $975/
mo.+ utilities and sec.dep. No
smokers, no pets. References. 984-
9959. P14,21
NEED A RENTAL?
Woodbriar'at Fred George &
Mission
Brand new townhome, 3BR/3B..
Rent $1.,050/mo./$350 individual
lease. Great for students,
professionals, & families.
Corey Wood Drive in Wolfe Creek
Newly built townhome, 3BR/3B, 1
car garage. Rent $1,200/mo./$400.
individual lease. Washer, dryer,
refrigerator and blinds included.
Adams Place at 3000 S. Adamns
Street
New condo for students, 3BR/3B.
Rent $1,290/mo./$430 individual
lease. Includes cable, internet,
washer and dryer. Amenities
include: pool, gym and theater.
Timberlake Home at Apalachee
Pkwy.
Beautiful single family home, 3BR/
2B. Private park, lake across from
house. Gas fireplace, hardwood
floors, porch and deck, Rent $1,250/
mo.
LandLotsAndHomes.com, LLC
(850) 556-6694 (866) 296-6694
M.J. Wellman. MBA, CSA, RMS -
Broker/Owner/Realtor


Freedom Of The Press'
Is Your Freedom


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Karen Veal
Cell: 850-508-7458
Office: 850-926-8101
1517 Crawfordville Hwy.
Crawfordville, FL 32327


Mobile Home-Rent


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3BR/2B DWMH, quiet neighborhood.
No pets, $700/mo., $700 dep. 510-
8944 or 510-4948. B31,7,14,21
Available Sept. 1, Wakulla County,
2BR/2BAon 5 acres, DBLWD, fenced,
secluded and wooded, $675/mo, first,
last & security. 850-574-4354 P21
Available Sept. 1, 1.5 mi. west of
Woodville, 2BR/2BA on fenced 3 acres.
14x36 ft. workshop with 220 & 110
power. Very nice. $650/mo, first, last &
security. 850-574-4354 P21

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


Commercial

1,074 sq. ft. Retail Store Front for Rent
in Lewiswood Center, Woodville.


Lost & Found


Found, female Border Collie on Hwy.
98. Very smart and sweet. Chris, 574-
4354. P21

Miscellaneous

This is the list for the shelter animals
up for adoption: .

DOGS:
" Lab mixes
* Cocker spaniels male, black, young,
young
SBeagle mix
* Poodle mix
* Cocker Spaniel mix, black and tan
-*Chow mix .
* Hound
*Wirehaired Jack Russell, cute
* Bulldog mixes
* Many other nice mixes. Come and
take look.

PUPPIES:
SBulldog mixes
SHound mixes
SHeeler mixes
* Chow mixes
Cats and a few kittens available.

Adoption fees include a deposit for
spaying or neutering and rabies
vaccination. Come see us at #1 Oak


Growing area, convenient to Wakulla .Street, next to sheriff's office. Shelter
and Leon counties. 421-5039. BF Hours: Tues.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Nad's Enterprises Mini-Warehouses Fri. and Sat., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed
Nad's Enterprises. Mini-Warehouses g^ Mon.. 926-.0890.
Sun. and Mon.,' 926-0890.
6x6 and up. Hwy. 61 across from www.chatfwakulla.org:
cemetery. Anita Townsend. 926-3151
or 926-5419. BF Three precious black kittens, hand


-raised from birth by foster mom for the
shelter (in my home).' Ready for
adoption, neutered, shots, heartguard,
healthy, very loving and awesome!
Please call Glenda. 421-7581. P21


LE&4~ A/O~'hC/M6G

FOOTPR/AVfS

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Wak'ula
County,.~
,Beaut~iful,


STEAK NIiHT
EVERY
SATURDAY NIGHT
Reservations Requested

LIVE BAND
EverySunday 4 7P.M.
Open: Wed. Sun. 10 a.m. until
At The St. Marks River Bridge


GRADE A
OFFICE RENTAL
$400 a month plus tax
Includes Utilities
And
Full Kitchen Use
Call Edna at 339-0511


Mini-Warehouse Spaces for lease,
8x1Q and 10x12 now available. Come
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Classes are taught by a certified in-
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SThe following classes will be held in
the Humane Education Building at the Wakulla Animal Shelter,
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Adult/Adolescent Class Starting Wednesday, October 11,
2006 at 6:00pm. This class is for dogs over the age of 5 months
who have had little or no prior training. The class costs $89 and
runs for 6 weeks.
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- This class is for puppies under the age of 5 months. The class
costs $99'and runs for 7 weeks.
Sign up at the Wakulla Animal Shelter to reserve your space
as classes are small and fill up quickly. For more information,
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"The Sky is Falling!"
It seems like once or twice a
week I hear or read about the
doom and gloom of the housing
market these days. Often, the
blame is placed squarely on the
shoulders of current interest rates.
Comments such as "interest rates
are out of sight", "we're getting
close to double digits", or my
most recent favorite, "I haven't
seen interest rates this high since
Jimmy Carter was President."
Although it seems many think the
sky is falling while interest rates
soar, let's take a quick look at the
realities.

Susan
Council



According to HSH Associates
Financial Publishers, mortgage.
interest rates last week nationally
were 6.46% for a 30-year fixed
rate mortgage (FRM), 6.09% for
a 15-year FRM, and 5.72% for a
one-year adjustable rate mortgage
(ARM). Rates in Florida aver-
aged within a tenth of a percent of
the national rates. Surprise, sur-
prise current mortgage rates are
at their lowest level since March
of this year!
How about the Jimmy Carter
comment? In the early 1980's the
mortgage interest rate peaked at
18.9%. That's nearly three times
the current interest rate. Don't
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THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006-Page 21

County Needs More Time For Public Works Decision


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
Wakulla County Commis-
sioners amended the existing
public works contract with Veo-
lia Water Systems on Monday,
Sept. 18, to give themselves
more time to decide the future
operations of public works.
Veolia's contract, formerly
Professional Services Group
(PSG), expires on Sept. 30, but
board members extended the
contract until Nov. 30.
Wakulla County Administra-
tor Joe Blanchard said three
firms, including Veolia, have


submitted Request For Quali-
fication (RFQ) documents in
an effort to do the work for
the county. The other firms
submitting proposals are OMI
and ESG.
Blanchard said that a com-
mittee will review the qualifica-
tions and make a recommenda-
tion to the board. "We'll either
have a new contractor in place
or an extended contract for PSG
(Veolia)," Blanchard said. ,
Resident Dana Peck com-
plained that Veolia is being paid.
for services it is not performing,
Randy Merritt, Veolia project


manager, has repeatedly denied
Peck's claim. She added that the
county audit has noted for sev-
eral years that there aren't any
monetary controls or safeguards
at the landfill when staff collect
tipping fees.
Resident Larry Roberts ques-
tioned the timing of the action.
He said the board should have
addressed the Veolia contract
several months ago.
Commissioner Howard Kes-
sler said he has questioned the
validity of the Veolia contract on
a number of occasions. Wakulla
County Attorney Ron Mowrey


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has stated each time that the
contract with the public works
provider is legitimate.
Kessler added that he voted
for the extension of the public
works contract because the
county is not ready to step in
and do the work itself. The mo-
tion to extend the contract was
unanimous.
In other matters in frbnt of

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Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. to
discuss the findings of the most


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Wakulla Senior Center 33,Michael Drive

(Next to Department of Health Building)
Tuesday; October 3,2006
6:00 9:00 PM


The purpose of this workshop is to provide an opportunity
for the citizens and leaders of our county to learn more about
the plan and process to locate a locally-owned and operated.
water bottling plant in Wakulla County. It will also provide
the public andcornmissioners an opportunity to ask questions
and raise any concerns they may have with this project.


6:00 Introductions by Carlos Alvarez
(Meeting Facilitator) ;


.6:15 Wakulla Springs Bottled Water (WSBW)
Presentation (45 min.)
Where does our water come from?
Who else is taking it and where does it go?
What are the public costs and benefits of
locating a bottled water plant near Wakulla
Springs?
What are the safeguards to protect the springs
and our long-term water needs?
How the proposal will be implemented in terms
of land use and process?


7:00 9:00 Facilitated Discussion on "Major Issues" &
Initial Response from WSBW- Carlos Alvarez


Close Next Public Workshop Oct. 10th.


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Page 22-THE WAKULLA NEWS, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006


Tree Ordinance Shapes Up


Ochlockonee Bay


By KEITH BLACKMAR
Of The Wakulla News
Members of the Wakulla
County tree and landscape
ordinance committee met in
a workshop session with the
Wakulla County Commissioners
Monday, Sept. 18, to bring the
county one step closer to tree
protection in the community.
The committee discussed
work that has taken place
on the proposed ordinance
since the group was formed in
March.
David Damon, chairman of
the committee, said the group
will review the comments of
citizens and chamber of com-
merce members attending the
workshop in an effort to con-
sider all suggestions.
Damon added that two more
committee, workshops will be
held Sept. 28 and Oct. 5 at 4 p.m.
at the Wakulla County Library
to consider updates to the docu-


ment. He promised the board
that the group would return
with a document that incorpo-
rated the suggested changes at
a future date.
Damon said the committee
went into the project seeking
a document that was "not a
burden to development" but
also eliminated projects where
clear-cutting of trees occurred.
The committee and Con-,
cerned Citizens of Wakulla
(CCOW) had proposed a require-
ment of 35 percent of the parcel
, remaining in open space, but
the requirement was reduced
to 25 percent after discussions
with the chamber of com-
merce..
Paul Johnson of the chamber
of commerce said the group
"strongly endorses" the docu-
ment with a 25 percent open-
space rule.
"The chamber is not inter-
ested in reducing the amount


of space that businesses have
to operate," said Johnson.
Chuck Hess added that the
ordinance needs to protect
larger trees while "protecting
the quality and character of the
county."
Daniel Thompson said he
was "humbled by the amount
of time spent on this" by the
committee members.
"I'd be in favor of the 35
. percent open space," said Com-
missioner Howard Kessler. "But
whatever it takes to: get this
tree ordinance forward," needs
to be done.
"The 25 percent gives the
designer a little more flexibility
on the parcel," said committee
member John Shuff.
A goal of the committee,
said committee member Kathy,
Shirah, was to give developers
incentives to protect trees by
saving the developers money
in landscaping costs.


"A wonderful attribute of
Wakulla County citizens!is their
willingness to volunteer hours
of their time to improve the
lives of others," said Commis-
siorer Brimner. "This draft [of
the] tree and landscape ordi-
nance is the result of hundreds
of hours of time given to us by
a dedicated committee."
"I want to thank everyone on
the committee for their work,"
Commissioner Maxie Lawhon
concluded. "Everyone is work-
ing well together, and the plan
is coming together."


Residents and %
i.sttors of 'akulla
Count:; over the
past tew months IR
ha e talked to some
of you to see ~hat
"farnul oriented" or other r:,pe of
businesses \ou wouldd Like to see
come to Wakulla Counti I ha\e
gotten feedback on suggestions
such as a mol e theater. bow\Ing
alley, Publ\. Loe's, and a com-


PO-d munity sw timnung
pool with a picnic
area. What are
your ideas'" I re-
allNy would like
to kno\o Send me
your thoughts on \\hat )ou %ant
here I am open to Nour sugges-
ions iMall me at- Cher y S, it.c co
Ochlockonee Bay Realt. PO. Bo\
556. Panacea. FL 32346 I look for-
kard to hearing from you


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Youths Made Difference At Cleanup


S By MARJLAW
Keep Wakulla County Beautiful
.Volunteers from all over
thronged to coastal areas to
participate in the International
Coastal Cleanup on Saturday.
The CleanUp, held world-wide
on the third Saturday of Septem-
ber, is a huge effort coordinated
by the Ocean Conservancy to
raise awareness of harmful ef-
fects of litter in our waters and
alongour coastlines, and to
teach our young people that the
only way to remedy this problem
is for everyone to take personal
responsibility for litter.
Vast numbers of people came
here from other countries which
have no coastline, and the
weather cooperated' with puffy-
clouded blue skies. Site captains
were waiting. loaded with trash'
bags. gloves, data cards and loca-
tions to clean.,
Volunteers arrived anytime
from 8:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m.
One of our faithful volunteers
came from Georgia!
Keep Wakulla County Beau-
tiful's (KWCB's) sites included
Mashes Sands Park, which was
handled by Danny Clayton and
the Florida Coastal Manage-
iient Program.'The'site was *6elf
covered with volunteers, and
they covered a lot of property.
Unfortunately, it was high tide.
and they were unable to reach
some areas they wanted.
The beach at Shell Point is al-
ways a favorite. Maclay School's
Green Club came out in big num-
bers! They worked really hard.
and came away with many bags
of trash. One item they located
was a 55-gallon drum. which
they sensibly left alone. Mvaclay
School must be big in promoting
environmental education
Boy Scouts seem to like the
boat landing site at St. Marks.
They caine out.in big numbers,
and the Riverside Cafe offered
them coldsoft drinks and water.
We worked with Sandy Cook, of


Wakulla Springs, at Cherokee
Springs. Sandy had arranged'
for divers to clean the bottom
of the sink.
She needed volunteers to
assist the divers by. taking the
trash from them and bringing it
to a site to be hauled away.
The St. Marks Refuge's vol-
unteers worked within the
Refuge, and along'roads that
surrounded the Refuge. Some
of their volunteers were able to
visit the Lighthouse, which was
a special tieat. I
Together, all sites within the
county collected tons of trash. In
addition, KWCB held its "Weigh
Your Butts" contest. This is a pro-
gram designed to draw attention
to the number of cigarette butts
tossed on the ground. Butts are


found four times'more often
than any other kind of trash,
and can be ingested by birds
and small mammals. So, even
though they are small, they are
very important'as pieces of trash
we need to pick up.
bur contest yielded a lot of
butts! We weighed them, and
we came to a total of 6.5 pounds
of butts!
I'd -have to re-dd the math,
.but once I actually weighed
butts and came to 212 butts per
quarter-ounce. This is a huge
amount.,
Volunteers worked hard and
had a great time. Adding all
sites, well over 1,000 volunteers
came to clean Wakulla County's
coastline and low lying areas of
trash. It was a great day!


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Newspaper Battle Continues
SBy WILLIAM SNOWDEN ing that the publication was an not willful and recommend
Of The Wakulla News electioneering communications the commission find no pro
A First Amendment lawsuit that had failed to register, file able cause. In August 2005, t
jhas been filed against the Flor- a report of expenditures, and election commission did ju
ida Elections Commission by have the required disclaimer on that, dismissing the case.
Julia Hanway, the publisher of materials. "In light of the FEC's cle
:Wakulla Independent Reporter, An investigation by the com- threat to prosecute someoq
*:a publication that was mailed mission found that the Sid Tor- or some entity as the publish
;,out to postal customers during bit Memorial Fund was created of the Wakulla Independe
ithe 2004 political season in January 2005, three months Reporter on the occasion
The lawsuit asks the U.S. after the first publication, its next publication if the pu
;District Court to determine That first publication, which lisher were not to comply wi
:whether the Independent Re- does not include a masthead the Florida election report:
porter is a newspaper, as it giving any indication of who laws, MicroType discontinu
*contends, or an "electioneering produced the publication, urged publishing the Wakulla Ind
'communication" as the election voters to reject the re-election pendent Reporter," Hanwa'
Commission found. efforts of county commissioners complaint states.
: An amended complaint filed Maxie Lawhon and Mike Stew-
in district court on Friday, Sept. art. Lawhon won re-election;
:15, by Robert Rivas, working Stewart was defeated,
'for the American Civil Liberties The second issue identi-
SUnrion, seeks the protections of fied Hanway as the editor and
the Free Speech and Free Press MicroType as the publisher,
clauses of the First Amendment and support by the Sid Torbit
for the Reporter, which is edited Memorial Fund. The sole focus
by Hanway, produced by her of the second issue was related
company, MicroType Graphics, to growth, the election report
and paid for by the Sid Torbit found. The May 2005 publica-
Memorial Fund. tion was larger eight tabloid
On the same day, Sept' 15, pages and featured articles
.the state filed a motion to dis- presumably written by authors
Smiss the lawsuit, claiming the other than Hanway.
SWakulla Independent Reporter Hanway provided, an affida-
does not meet the definition of vit to the election investigator, Jim Hallowell Sandie Jol
ia newspaper. As an "election- according to' the report, stating 566-5165 443-864
,eering communication," the that she had originally dis-
ipublication would be subject cussed the matter with Supervi-
to campaign finance reporting sor of Elections Sherida Crum,
requirements: in who had advised her that as
The elections commission long as "any publication I was
.staff did a comparison between doing (was) not sent out by ,a Re
The WakuUla News and Wakulla political committee and did S '
Independent Reporter and not promote the election of any Ginny Delaney
:determined that the Reporter individual, then whatever the 566-6271
features none of the items one publication was, did not have
.typically finds in a newspaper: to say anything further." C
no calendar, obituaries, adver- n an interview with the SE
4tisements, wedding or engage- investigator. Crum said she
pment announcements, sports or knew Hanway and had previous
School news. crime reports, clas- conversations with her but had
isified ads, or public notices. no specific recollections of the Va
The Independent Reporter subject of the conversations. Cheryl Swift R
published three issues: October The investigator found there 766-3218
2004, February 2005 and May was a violation by Hanway and
i2005. In November 2004. the that the publication is an "elec-
:election commission received a pioneering communication" sub-
complaint from Walter Wurster, ject to finance.disclosure, but
.a retired businessman, claim- determined the violation was fNO

SWoman Testifies DianeChason
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In Vause Rape Trial B
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Oft^iW.'"an's ; ^ 0 was first confronted by depuues M. 0
The fil of a St. Marks-man that he denied any knowledge
!charged with breaking into a of the victim or the attack. The
;%woman's home and raping her scratches came from a girlfriend
,got under way this week. in Crawfordville, he told offi- Jackie
six-o ough.awentDNA Youngstrand
A six-person, jury and two cers. Later though, when DNA Youngstrand
alternates began hearing the evidence taken from a rape kit 228-6914
case of Philip Vause, 23, who confirmed he had been with the
'is charged with burglary of victim. Vause changed his story,
a dwelling with a person as- Bauer said, and contended that
saulted, sexual battery and false it had been consensual sex. c
imprisonment. The trial, which That was the defense put -
is expected to last two days, forward by Vause's attorney. i .
began on Tuesday. Sept..19.. Elizabeth Peskin. who argued in Susan Curtis
SThe victim in the case, a her opening to jurors that Vause \ Brsas Bnton
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had been converted into apart- could prove by his knowledge of
,ments, testified that she was intimate details about her. WE CAN
.awakened at 4=30 a.m. on Feb. The case was expected to be
:15, 2004, by a loud banging completed on Wednesday.
on her door. Thininng it was a
boyfriend, she opened the door
and looked around. At first she
saw no one, but a man pushed
her back inside and she fell into A
a closet. Top P
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Cleanup
Continued from Page 1
Several non-profit organization
including the Florida Ligl
house Association and St. Mar
Refuge Association.
The U.S. Fish and Wildli
Service, Congressman All
Boyd and the U.S. Coast Gua
are in the process of turnii
the structure over to the refu
for operation. However, a sc
cleanup at the facility must
conducted before the refu,
takes complete ownership fro
the Coast Guard.
Ranger Moody estimatE
that 4,000 pounds of garba,
was collected by the volunteer:
Individuals worked to pick
trash, at all three units of ti
refuge, in St. Marks, Wakul
and Panacea,
Some of the more unusu
items collected included c
tires, a television set, car par
and an old sign advertising tl
former Posey's Oyster Bar
St. Marks.
"We didn't get as much th
year because of the cleanup
after Hurricane Dennis," sa
Ranger Moody.

Kessler
Continued from Page 1
Wakulla County," he said. "V
need to identify our strength
and weaknesses and stop wa!
ing taxpayers' dollars."
Working to protect the en
ronment is another focus of h
campaign.
"I have worked hard to pr
tect it," he said. "While chairii
the Wetlands Committee, v
passed an enforceable wetlan
ordinance that.will help prote
this precious resource. It was a
parent to me early on that tl
City of Tallahassee sprayfie
would have adverse effects c
our environment.
"While serving as chai
man of the Water Committe
a resolution was adopted th
initiated Wakulla County's c
rect involvement in addressir
this vital issue and began co
effective negotiation with tl
city."
Kessler voted against truck
ing water out of the count
for private gain because, "oi
[hitite -tbsperity. depends c
the quantity and quality of o0
water supply," he said. "M
votes were to protectithe fragi
recharge areas for our well
rivers and coastal waters. It
our responsibility to provic
sound stewardship for futu:
generations."
Dr. Kessler also noted th
the volunteer fire department
must be properly -funded s
that the men and women
the VFDs who work hard 1
Protect lives, homes and bus
nesses. will have their own livi
protected.


He added that the 21st annu-
ns, al event was the best-attended
ht- event ever held at the refuge.
ks Individuals participating in the
cleanup also enjoyed a touch
ife tank, live animals and other
en exhibits.
rd But Coastal Cleanup is not
ng the biggest event of the cal-
ge endar year at the refuge. The
Oil distinction of the largest event
be belongs to the annual- Mon-
ge arch Butterfly Festival on Oct.
im 28, when visitors witness the
migration of the butterflies
ed through St. Marks.
ge Moody invited individuals to
rs. contact the refuge in the com-
up ing weeks about taking part
he in monarch butterfly tagging
[la exercises, which will begin the
week of Oct. 21.
Lal He concluded that wildflow-
ar ers and butterflies have been
ts, very prominent this year, and a
he large number of monarchs are
in expected to pass through the
area on their way to Central and
his South America for the winter
ip months.
id For more information, call
the refuge at 925-6121.


"My pledge is that I will
e continue to vote for lower
ts property taxes, accountability
st-: in'government, growth that
pays for itself, televised citizen
vi- participation at all board meet-
his ings, preservation of our natural
resources, including our water
ro- supply, and adequate funding
ng for our fire departments so our
e lives, homes and'businesses can
ds be protected and insurance rates
,ct can be reduced," the candidate
p. said.
he Kessler concluded that he
Id will continue to answer tele-
on phone calls, listen to: concerns
and vote for the will of the
ir- pepplewhile balancing thebest
ee, interests of the county.
at Kessler, who is not running
di- on any party ticket, will face
g Democratic challenger Sally
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