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Osceola news-gazette
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By Rachel Christian Staff Writer Local ocials will host a workshop June 26 to review conceptual design plans aimed at converting the Kissimmee Civic Center into a high-end performing arts venue. Architects from Baker Barrios will conduct the public presentation, which follows a separate feasibility study paid for by the city in December. Discussions about re-purposing the Civic Center began nearly two years ago, and county commissioners tentatively earmarked $10 million last year to help nance the buildings renovation. Osceola Arts, a nonprot organization led by County Commissioner Brandon Arrington, oered to manage the facility once renovations were complete. e group projected it could raise another $5 to $7 million if it takes over management. In May 2017, the city hired Convention, Sports & Leisure International to evaluate the feasibility of turning the facility into a 1,000-seat arts venue. e news that Consultant John Kaatz shared with city ocials Dec. 15 was mixed. e center in Kissimmee would be in direct competition with other performing arts venues in the Orlando metro area, he said. Kaatz also described a lackluster response from local organizers when he pitched the concept to them last year. By Rachel Christian Staff Writer Two aviation groups are hosting a special rae this Sunday at Kissimmee Gateway Airport for a round-trip flight in a historic ghter plane. Raffle ticket proceeds will benefit Angel Flight Southwest, a nonprofit network of pilots who provide free air travel to life-saving medical appointments for patients. People can enter to win a really unique experience by flying in this historic aircra, said Nanci Schwartz, a representative for Angel Flight Southeast. Even if they dont win, theyre still helping support a good cause. Angel Flight is partnering with a Kissimmee-based group called Stallion 51 to rae a $500 round-trip ight to Orlando in a P-51 Mustang World War II fighter plane. The winner will take off from the Gateway Airport and have a chance to fly the plane alongside a trained pilot. Raffle tickets are $20 each, and will benet the nonprofit comprised of more than 7,500 pilots who provide medically-related air travel to individuals who couldnt aord it otherwise. Former Osceola County resident and Fun Spot CEO John Aries made his rst mission for Angel Flight in April. Aries, 68, rst learned how to y at the Gateway Airport in the 1980s when he resided in Kissimmee. Aer handing over the Fun Spot business to his sons in December, Aries decided By Rachel Christian Staff Writer A pair of Olympian athletes made a splash this week at the Osceola County YMCA during a special national tour aimed at teaching kids how to swim. Rowdy Gaines and Cullen Jones spent some time in the pool and fielded questions from aspiring Olympians during the 49th stop of the USA Swimming Foundations Make a Splash Tour. Gaines, a three-time Olympic gold medalist, founded the program, which is designed to make swimming lessons more accessible, while teaching kids about water safety. e most rewarding part about this is seeing a child learn a skill that can potentially save their life, said Gaines, a Winter Haven native. Its really important to educate those communities we go through that swim lessons save lives. According to the Florida Department of Health, Floridas drowning death rate among 1-to 4-year-olds is the highest in the nation. Approximately 3,500 people die of drowning annually. Gaines said these and other statistics inspired him to launch the program a decade ago. The USA Swim Foundation donates money to its 850 community partners across the country to provide free and reduced swim lessons to underserved areas. Before arriving at the local YMCA Wednesday aernoon, Make a Splash and its host of Olympian ambassadors held a press conference at the South Orlando YMCA on Oak Ridge Road. e worlds largest Raffle for historic plane ride to benefit nonprofit groupCity to explore designs for performing arts centerLove for law enforcementNEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCK The Blue Knights Chapter XXIX honored multiple agencies within the county that provides support to their annual Law Ride. Their sixth annual banquet and awards ceremony was held Wednesday evening at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links acknowledging the contributions of the Osceola County Sheriffs Ofce, the Kissimmee Police Department, the St. Cloud Police Department, Osceola County Fire and Rescue, the law ofces of Michael Brehne and members from within the organization. INSIDE ONG Informing readers. Helping build a stronger community. 50 CENTS WWW.AROUNDOSCEOLA.COM Saturday, June 16, 20181New stores come to factory outlet.Lake Buena Vista adds shoe and cosmetics businesses.2 3 State launches summer campaign.Ocials are hoping to keep drivers safe over the season. Police warn of felony lane crimes.Dont leave valuables in the car, authorities say.AROUND TOWN LOG ONFollow us at https:// www.facebook.com/ osceolanewsgazette FOLLOWFollow us on Osceola News-Gazette@ AroundOsceola TOP STORIESSPORTS For Hudson, ag is serious business. Page 7.AROUND OSCEOLA Local teen gets Girl Scout Gold. Page 11.REAL ESTATE Be prepared for the 2018 storm season. Page 17..Serving Osceola County for 127 Years WHERE TO FIND ITViewpoint ................4 Daily Planner ..........10 Brainfood ...............16 Legals ......................19 WE BACK THE BLUE See Olympians, Page 3. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKKenay Aguilera from Kissimmee poses with Olympic swimmer Rowdy Gaines and his 1984 gold medal in swimming. The USA Swimming Foundations 10th annual Make a Splash Tour stopped by the Kissimmee YMCA on Wednesday. See Plane Page 5.Olympians visit area YMCA on swimming tourSee Center Page 6.PHOTO/PAUL BOWENAngel Flight is partnering with a Kissimmee-based group called Stallion 51 to raffle a $500 round-trip flight to Orlando in a P-51 Mustang World War II fighter plane. Best of Osceola Ballot READERS CHOICE AWARDSOSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE 2018 BEST O F OSCEOLA BEST O F OSCEOLA Make your voices heard. Vote for your favorite businesses in Oscoela County in the 2018 Best of Osceola contest. Page 6

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Page 2 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 Local Business News CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores adds two new stores By Charlie ReedFor the News-GazetteTwo new retailers at Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores opened their doors for business this month. F it N Shoes and le Blush Cosmetics are the two newest stores at the village-style shopping complex on State Road 535, just a few miles from Disney World and Osceola Parkway. Founded as a family shoes business in Orlando, Fit N Shoes by A&M Footwear carries a range of popular brands including Vionic, Olukai, Ascis, Merrell, Sanuk, Toms, Lacoste, Clarks, Sketchers, Fila and Caterpillar. Meanwhile, leBlush Cosmetic is new to the area, but carries the most-trusted make-up and hair products including Lancome, Estee Lauder, Moroccanoil hair products, Elizabeth Arden, and bareMinerals. We are happy to have both stores here. With other outlet centers charging for parking, our customers love the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores as they can pull up in front of stores and park for free said Terry Lynn Morris, director of marketing for the LBVFS shopping center. BUSINESS BRIEFSOpened more than 20 years ago, the 238,000 square-foot plaza has 50 outlets stores featuring more than 400 designers labels. Theres a fullservice restaurant, Frankie Farrells Irish Pub & Grille, a food court and other amenities such as foreign currency exchange with Travelex, Western Union services an electric car EV charging station and Orlando Baggage Storage with offers bag storage and delivery to the Orlando International Airport. The LBVFS center offers free daily scheduled shuttles servicing 63 Kissimmee and Orlando area resorts and hotels. The shopping village is adjacent its sister property, Lake Buena Vista Resort Village & Spa, a TripAdvisor, Expedia and Virgin Holiday awardwinning resort. It features a 496-unit condominium hotel, restaurant, health spa, interactive pool and tiki bar. Savvy discount shoppers can learn about special discounts, store information and mall hours by following the center at www.lbvfs.com, Facebook, Twitter (@LBVFS) and Pinterest. With merchandise discounted upwards of 75 percent, outlet shopping is popular with tourists and locals alike from its theme park merchandise outlet pop ular with visitors to staples such as Old Navy, Eddie Bauer and Crocs. Fossil, G By Guess, Gap Outlet, Justice, Levis, Loft Outlet, Nike Factory Store, Old Navy Outlet, OshKosh Bgosh, Rack Room Shoes, Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores is located 1.5 miles from Walt Disney World at 15657 State Road 535 (S. Apopka Vineland Road), Orlando, two miles south of Interstate 4, Exit 68. For hours and information, including a downloadable coupon to be exchanged on site for a coupon booklet valued up to hundreds of dollars in savings, visit www.LBVFS.com, or call 407-238-9301. Accreditation team invites public comments about the Kissimmee Police DepartmentThe Kissimmee Police Department will be hosting a team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) who are scheduled to arrive Aug. 7 to examine all aspects of the Kissimmee Police Departments policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services. The Kissimmee Police Department has to comply with approximately 236 standards in order to receive accredited status. Many of the standards are critical to life, health and safety issues. As part of the on-site assessment, agency members and the general public are invited to offer comments to the assessment team. Copies of the standards are available through Stacie Miller, public information officer, at 407847-0176. For m ore information regarding CFA or for persons wishing to offer written comments about the Kissimmee Police Departments ability to meet the standards of accreditation, write: CFA, P.O. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida 32302, or email to info@ flaccreditation.org. The Accreditation Program Manager assigned by FDLE to the Kissimmee Police Department process is Debbie Moody. She said the assessment team is composed of law enforcement practitioners from similar agencies. The assessors will review written materials; interview individuals; and visit offices and other places where compliance can be witness ed. Once the Commissions assessors complete their review of the agency, a comprehensive report is provided to the full Commission. Upon review of the information detailing the agency assessment, the Commission will decide if the Department is to receive accredited status, which is valid for three years. The Kissimmee Police Department received initial accreditation in 2012 under the direction of Chief Fran Iwanski and reaccreditation in 2015 under the direction of Chief Lee Massie. The department has continued to examine policies and procedures to ensure the accreditation is again awarded this year. Kissimmee City Commission appoints Urbina to second term on KUA Board By unanimous consent, the Kissimmee City Commission recently appointed Ethel Urbina to a second five-year term on the Kissimmee Utility Authority board of directors. Urbina has served on the board since Oct. 1, 2013. Urbina is a real estate broker and owner of Mercedes Investments, LLC in Kissimmee. A 15-year resident of Kissimmee, she is a former AT&T executive with 27 years of service in the U.S., Nicaragua and Puerto Rico. In addition, she worked six years for the government of Nicaragua. Urbina will begin her second term on Oct. 1 and serve until Sept. 30, 2023. KUA ranked among top 100 fleets in the AmericasKissimmee Utility Authoritys fleet service division has been ranked among the 100 Best Fleets in the Americas for 2018. The awards program, currently in its 16th year, recognizes and rewards peak performing fleet operations that incorporate accountability, technology deployment, collaboration, use of creativity to address challenges, quick repair turnaround, staff development, utilization of all resources, and practices that demonstrate a concern for the environment. To put it in perspective, there are over 38,000 public fleets in North America alone, and thousands more in South America, said KUA president and general manager Jim Welsh. KUA ranks no. 99 among them all. KUAs fleet service division maintains more than 225 vehicles and pieces of equipment everything from bucket trucks, hydraulic booms and fork lifts to generators and large power tools. The division also maintains bucket trucks for the city of Kissimmee. About 100 Best Fleets 100 Best Fleets is sponsored by Tom C. Johnson, consultant and author. The purpose of the program is to identify outstanding operations for others to emulate, to promote pride in the industry and provide recognition within the larger organization and community that the winning fleets serve. For more, visit http://the100bestfleets.com. Osceola School District honored for innovative technology initiativesThe Center for Digital Education has named the Osceola School District as one of 16 national winners of the 2017-18 Digital School Districts Survey Awards in the Large Student Population District Category. The district was recognized for innovating in exemplary ways by investing in tools and learning models for the nextgeneration learners. The Digital School Districts Survey awards the U.S. public School Boards and districts that most fully implement technology benchmarks in the evolution of digital education, as represented in the survey questions. The Osceola School District is embracing technology initiatives that help them govern more effectively and empower their district to operate more efficiently, said Thomas J. Gentzel, executive director and chief executive officer for the National School Boards Association. The variety of districts recognized by this survey in both size and urbanicity serve as examples for others who want to introduce innovative approaches within their communities. Hold-Thyssen brokers sales of medical buildingsHold-Thyssen, Inc., a full service commercial property firm based in Winter Park, brokered the sales of two medical office buildings that total 4,984 square feet of Class B space located in Kissimmee and St. Cloud for a total of over $1 million combined. Each property is a clean corner piece with great frontage and 100 percent occupancy, according to Saxon Evans, director of investment sales at Hold-Thyssen, who negotiated both transactions representing the buyers and sellers. In Kissimmee, the 2,703 square-foot building built in 2009 at 1207 E. Vine St. sold for over $500,000. The building is fully occupied by a Super Saver Pharmacy and a counseling and mental health practice. The 2,281 square foot building built in 2009 at 520 13th St. in St. Cloud, occupied by Super Saver and a family medicine practice, sold for over $500,000 as well. Hold-Thyssen provides commercial property brokerage, leasing and management services to institutional and private investor clients nationwide. The 40-year old firms current management portfolio includes more than 100 commercial properties throughout the United States. Near record-high spending expected this Fathers Day The Florida Retail Federation (FRF), the states trade association, says Florida families will spend an average of $133 per person for Fathers Day and a total nationally of $15.3 billion. Both of these numbers are the second highest in survey history with special events, clothing, gift cards and electronics leading the way. Consumer confidence remains high, unemployment is at a 10-year low, and our states economy remains strong which means Floridians have more money in their pocket to spend on fathers this year, said FRF President/CEO R. Scott Shalley. The retail industry remains robust, and Im excited about what these spending numbers mean for our member retailers this year. According to FRFs partners at the National Retail Federations annual survey conducted by Prosper Insight and Analytics, 77 percent of Americans will celebrate Fathers Day and spend an average of $133 per person, treating dad to special outings, clothing, gift cards, electronics and more The expected spending would be second only to last years $15.5 billion, the highest in the 15-year history of the survey at an average $135 per person. Individuals between 25 and 34 years old will be the biggest spenders this year at an average $188 per person. Consumers plan to spend $2.2 billion on clothing (purchased by 43 percent of shoppers), $2.1 billion on gift cards (42 percent) and $1.8 billion on consumer electronics (20 percent). In addition, $878 million will be spent on home improvement supplies (16 percent), $862 million on personal care products (19 percent), $844 million on greeting cards (63 percent) and $830 million on tools or appliances (16 percent). Another $798 million will be spent on sporting goods or leisure items (16 percent), $686 million on automotive accessories (16 percent) and $628 million on books or music (22 percent). The survey found 47 percent of consumers plan to give a special outing gift, such as a concert, sporting event or dinner. This category represents the largest share of spending at $3.2 billion.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 3 LOCAL 407-847-0339 Established in 1978 4411 Tami Lane, Kissimmee, FL 34746 CFC044170 010517.TNG New Construction Commercial & ResidentialSewer Video Camera Repair Repipe Remodels Backflow Testing 061618.SNG OLYMPIANSContinued from Page 1 kickboard was also on display during the event as the group donated $2,500 for free swim lessons at the center. We never want a child to go without swimming lessons because a parent doesnt think they can aord it, Gaines said. is is important. Just come in and ask, well nd a way to make it happen. After wrapping up in Orlando, Gaines and Jones spent pool time with some excited young swimmers in Kissimmee. It was followed by a question and answer session, and a neon whistle giveaway to remind kids to stay safe in the water. Another event aimed at preventing childhood drowning will be today at the Kissimmee lakefront. Walk with Team Kareem to Prevent Drowning is a fundraising event back for its second year. The nonprot foundation was created by Arkeisha Reese after her 5-year-old son, Kareem Green, drowned in a pool during a school eld trip. The local foundation developed a program that provides free swimming lessons and related services to children and families. Registration for the event has ended, but people are welcome to attend the event, which goes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the lakefront. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKOlympic swimmer Cullen Jones signs an autograph for Evan Rodriguez at the Osceola County YMCA on Wednesday.e Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) is launching its Safe Summer Travel Campaign, reminding motorists to put safety at the top of their travel checklist this summer. With more residents and visitors on Floridas roadways, the DHSMV and its Division of the Florida Highway Patrol are partnering with the Department of Children and Families, Florida Department of Transportation, Florida Police Chiefs Association, Florida Sheris Association and AAA e Auto Club Group to help ensure all travelers Arrive Alive. Summer is a great time to explore all Florida has to oer. Before heading out on the road, make sure you and your vehicle are travelready by checking your tires, checking for recalls and always buckling up, said DHSMV Executive Director Terry L. Rhodes. ere are more travelers on Floridas roads than ever before, so its critical to remember to slow down, stay cool and be safe. In Florida in 2017, there were 54,044 and 64,541 speeding citations in June and July, respectively. The number of speeding citations given in July was the highest out of any month in 2017. The highest number of unlawful speed citations were written to 20-year-old drivers and 61 percent of all speeding citations were issued to men. The Florida Highway Patrol strongly urges everyone to follow all laws as you travel to your destination this summer and reminds drivers, no matter how eager you are to get to your destination, aggressive driving is extremely dangerous, said Col. Gene S. Spaulding, Director of the Florida Highway Patrol. State Troopers will be visible to ensure that drivers are obeying speed limits and everyone is buckled up. In 2017, 3,306 tirerelated crashes occurred in Florida, resulting in 285 serious bodily injuries and 46 fatalities. As a vehicles rst line of defense, tires should be routinely inspected and maintained to ensure they are in good condition. In addition to educating Floridians on the importance of tire safety and seat belt use, the DHSMV reminds motorists to follow this critical safe summer travel checklist: Slow down, stay cool. Obey all posted speed limits. Speeding and driving aggressively increases the probability and severity of a crash. Check all tires, including the spare. Check the vehicles tire pressure and ensure the vehicles tires have adequate tire tread. Under-inflated tires can overheat. Never overload a vehicle; it can result in premature tire wear, blowouts and hydroplaning. Prepare for driving in inclement weather. Summer is hurricane season in Florida, and along with an increased number of wildres, drivers should be aware of changing weather and road conditions. Drivers should know their evacuation routes, check road closures and call *FHP to report unsafe road conditions. Never leave children or pets in vehicles unattended. Summer can be incredibly hot in Florida and leaving children or pets unattended for even a short time can be deadly. Make sure all passengers are accounted for when exiting the vehicle. Register emergency contact information. In the event of an emergency, make sure law enforcement knows who to call. The DHSMV allows all driver license and ID card holders to register up to two designated emergency contacts. Log on to www.hsmv. gov/eci to register or update contacts. Check for recalls. Always make sure your vehicle is in peak condition to travel. Check for recalls before hitting the road at www.safercar.gov. Drive sober. Plan ahead and designate a sober driver or call a ride service. Report impaired drivers by dialing *FHP (*347) or 911. Throughout June and July, DHSMV is joined by its campaign partners to educate Floridians on all aspects of vehicle and driving safety during the busy summer months. With our 663 miles of beaches and the most famous theme parks in the world, Florida is a destination for tourists and a great place for families to travel, said Florida Sheris Association President, Sheriff Mike Adkinson. Our Florida sheris ask all our citizens and guests to slow down, watch out for each other, and enjoy the ride!State launches Safe Summer Travel Campaign FILE PHOTOThe state has launched a summer campaign designed to keep drivers safe on the road.

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Page 4 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 Its time to once again celebrate Fathers Day in America. I like Fathers Day. Its always interesting to see if my children or anyone remembers. Maybe I will get a text, an email or even a telephone call. Fathers Day is kind of like your birthday you dont really think about it until the day comes. You then cant help but notice who forgot or who simply does not care. I was always busy as a young adult and probably didnt pay attention to Fathers Day like I should have until later in life. I got a little closer to my dad in his later years simply because my mother had died and he had to talk to me when I called. My father was a good dad in that he took care of us. He kept food on the table and a roof over our heads. I never had to face living with a single parent or in a blended family. All I knew was my mom and dad and I never worried about being hungry or being homeless. Millions of Americans cannot say this. This is not a negative about single parenting or being homeless or blended families. Im simply saying that mom and dad hung in there and my sisters and brothers and I have a lot for which to be thankful. My grandfather was a good dad. He raised 10 children. He was a blessing to a multitude of grandchildren. He worked until he was 83. I never saw him smile a lot but how could he smile when there were dozens of grandchildren around all the time? Plus, he worked six days a week until he was 83. He managed it pretty well. My son is a good dad. I can believe it because he was a good son. Yet, its always amazing when you see your child in action. He spends so much time with my little grandson and they have a beautiful bond. I love to watch their interaction and I am so happy for both of them. This Fathers Day will once again be a good day and a tough day. Fathers will count their blessings and also their failures. Fathers will wish for another chance to do it again but we only get one chance to be a dad. Many will visit cemeteries to pay respect to a dad now long gone or fathers will mourn over the passing of a child. Fathers Day is upon us and the best you can do is to cherish the moment. Make a visit. Make a telephone call. Make the day as personal as possible. Life is about relationships and there is nothing like loving a father or a child while you have the opportunity. When you look back youll be so glad you did. the editor?Email it to Editor Brian McBride at bmcbride@osceola newsgazette.com. Sun Publications of Florida cannot be held responsible for advertising claims. We reserve the right to refuse or discontinue any advertising, and to edit editorial content. All materials in these publications are copyrighted. Publisher will not be liable for any errors in advertising to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied by the error, and accepts responsibility only for an error in the rst weeks issue. Year 127 No. 48 Publisher TOM OVERTON Editor BRIAN McBRIDE Sports Editor KEN JACKSON A & E Editor JENNIFER DIDOMENICO Production Manager ANGELIQUE PRIORE Circulation Manager KATHY BECKHAM Chief Photographer MARTIN MADDOCK (USPS Number 513540) (ISSN 1060-1244) Published each Thursday and Saturday for $52 per year by Sun Publications of Florida. All rights reserved. Periodicals postage paid at Kissimmee, FLPostmaster: Send address changes to: Osceola News-Gazette 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741The Osceola News-Gazette is published by Sun Publications of Florida, a division of Lakeway Publishers of Florida, Inc. Phone 407-846-7600. Fax 407-846-8516. Email at news@ osceolanewsgazette.com. The Osceola News-Gazette is available online at: www.aroundosceola.com. With the recent school shooting in Texas, do you think there are effective security measures to take to ensure it would never occur in Osceola County? If yes, what are they? If no, why? YES NO Comments: ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Zip Code: ______________ Email: _ ______________________________ Would you like to speak with us in further detail? May we contact you? Yes No Please return this survey to our ofce or mail your comments to: Osceola News-Gazette 108 Church Street, Kissimmee, FL 34741 or you can also answer online at www.aroundosceola.com.Fathers Day in America Glenn Mollette is the author of 12 books. His syndicated column is read in all 50 states. This Fathers Day will once again be a good day and a tough day. Fathers will count their blessings and also their failures. Fathers will wish for another chance to do it again but we only get one chance to be a dad. Many will visit cemeteries to pay respect to a dad now long gone or fathers will mourn over the passing of a child.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 5 t oho wat e r .c om 061717.SNG Police warn of felony lane style burglariesThe Kissimmee Police Department is asking residents to protect their purses to avoid felony lane burglaries. In the summer of 2017, there was a spike in felony lane style burglaries in Kissimmee. According to KPD officials, the term felony lane originates from suspects stealing purses with bank cards from vehicles and then going through bank drive-through tellers in the farthest felony lane. There, the suspects impersonate the victims appearance and make large fraudulent withdraws. e suspect target vehicles at locations where the victim is most likely to leave purses inside vehicles, such as parks, gyms and hospitals, police ocials said. Oen, the item of value is le in plain sight. Kissimmee Lakefront Park and several other public parking lots were hit by spree burglaries last summer. Kissimmee police detectives are taking a proactive approach this summer and are reminding residents to avoid leaving valuables in their vehicles if possible, or put them out of sight, police ocials said. Occasionally suspects watch parking lots, so if the valuable item needs to be stored in the trunk, do so prior to parking the vehicle, KPD ocials said. And report any suspicious activity to law enforcement immediately. Man arrested for rash of burglaries The Osceola County Sheriffs Office arrested a man on Monday for a rash of burglaries in a local subdivision. Since May of 2018, members of the Osceola County Sheriffs Office Tourism Policing Unit (TPU) have been conducting an investigation due to multiple reports of residential burglaries inside the Paradise Palms subdivision. On June 11, members of TPU arrested Yovany Aponte, 26, for burglaries at a Pembridge Street home, and a Banana Palm Drive home in Kissimmee. Aponte made forced entry into the homes, a Sheriffs Office report stated. Aponte ed from detectives but was later apprehended aer a short foot pursuit. Detectives recovered property from the suspect that was stolen from burglaries in Osceola County, as well as Polk Countys jurisdiction. Aponte was believed to be involved in at least 25 burglaries between Osceola and Polk County, Sheris Office officials said. The suspect was interviewed by the detectives and confessed to committing burglaries, the report stated. He was charged with burglary to unoccupied dwelling, resisting arrest without violence, burglary to occupied dwelling and grand theft. Anyone with information concerning these or other cases like these is asked to contact the Osceola County Sheriffs Office at 407348-2222 or Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477. PLANEContinued from Page 1 to pursue his passion for ying while helping others at the same time. A friend told him about Angel Flight, and after his first trip, Aries said he was hooked. Its a really great coordinated system, he said. The organizers send out the route and patient information as it becomes available, and then the pilots just let them know which days and routes they can take. Aries helped transport a cancer patient from Marathon in the Florida Keys to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando. His Cessna Turbo 210 is currently in the shop for repairs, but Aries said he is looking forward to devoting more free time to Angel Flight. My friend who introduced me to the organization averages at least 20 ights a year, Aries said. I want to catch up with him soon. Pilots like Aries donate their time, fuel and aircra to help Angel Flight, but the organization relies on private donations to help coordinate and organize thousands of free ights a year. Tickets for Sundays raffle can be purchased online at www. AngelFlightSe.com/events, or by calling 352-326-0761. Entrants need not be present at the drawing to win. The winner will be announced Sunday. For more information, contact Rachel Christian at 321-402-0434.

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Page 6 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 1 Airboat Ride _ ________________________________________________________ 2 Assisted Living/Senior Car e _ ___________________________________________ 3 Attorney/Law Ofce _ _________________________________________________ 4 Auto Repair _ ________________________________________________________ 5 Bank _ ______________________________________________________________ 6 Body Shop _ _________________________________________________________ 7 Car Dealership/New or Used _ __________________________________________ 8 Carpet Cleaning Service _ ______________________________________________ 9 Child Car e Center _ ___________________________________________________ 10 Chiropractor _ _______________________________________________________ 11 Dance/Gymnastic _ ___________________________________________________ 12 Day Spa _ ___________________________________________________________ 13 Dentist Ofce _ ______________________________________________________ 14 Doctors Ofce _ _____________________________________________________ 15 Gym/Health Club _ ____________________________________________________ 16 Hardware Store _ _____________________________________________________ 17 Hearing Center _ _____________________________________________________ 18 Heating & Air Conditioning Company _ ___________________________________ 19 Home Repair Company _ ______________________________________________ 20 Hospital _ ___________________________________________________________ 21 Jewelry Stor e _ ______________________________________________________ 22 Lawn Service/Landscape _ ______________________________________________ 23 Martial Arts School _ __________________________________________________ 24 Motorcycle Shop _ ____________________________________________________ 25 Oil Change _ _________________________________________________________ 26 Optometrist/Optical Center _ ___________________________________________ 27 Pest Contr ol _ _______________________________________________________ 28 Plumbing Services _ __________________________________________________ 29 Realtor/Agent _ ______________________________________________________ 30 Roong _ ___________________________________________________________ 31 Pools and Service Companies _ _________________________________________ 32 Asian _ _____________________________________________________________ 33 Bakery _ ____________________________________________________________ 34 Barbecue Restaurant _ ________________________________________________ 35 Breakfast _ __________________________________________________________ 36 Deli _ _______________________________________________________________ 37 Family Diner ________________________________________________________ 38 Friendliest W ait Staff _ _________________________________________________ 39 Frozen Treats _ ______________________________________________________ 40 Hamburger _ ________________________________________________________ 41 Hot Dog _ ___________________________________________________________ 42 Italian Restaurant _ ___________________________________________________ 43 Latin Restaurant _ ____________________________________________________ 44 Local Restaurant _ ____________________________________________________ 45 Mexican Restaurant _ _________________________________________________ 46 Pizza _ _____________________________________________________________ 47 Sports Bar _ _________________________________________________________ 48 Steakhouse _ ________________________________________________________ 49 Subs _ ______________________________________________________________ 50 Wings _ _____________________________________________________________ NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL BUSINESS FOR THE BEST OF OSCEOLA! 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READERS CHOICE AWARDSOSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE 2018 BEST O F OSCEOLA BEST O F OSCEOLA Online voting ends July 2, 2018 at Midnight Reserve your ad space today!Call your Advertising Consultant 407-846-7600 A Special Offer from: REACH 72,000 + READERS Just in time for the tax free shopping weekend! BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL SECTION 2018 high school football preview includedWe are also combining this issue to include the 2018 high school football preview. The issue will cover 8 of the Osceola high school football teams, upcoming games and more. What a great way for local companies to sup port their community and invite residents to do business with them.ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERSStudents are returning to school Monday, Aug. 13, and the Osceola News-Gazette will help you show the parents your paramount products and services they will need this time of year. So, its time to get back on the bus and advertise in our Back-to-School special section. The section is packed full of vital information, schedules, the latest trends and cool tips to help students have a successful school year. Its a road map of what students and parents can expect this year as they prepare for their new journey. You will find that is a valued resource. CENTERContinued from Page 1 But city ocials chose to continue exploring options for the 25-year-old Civic Center, which has served many purposes over the years, including as a social venue for receptions and a business facility for conferences. Initial designs by Baker Barrios purpose a newly constructed performance hall located on a surface lot between the library and the Civic Center. The venue would be served by two nearby parking garages one at the downtown SunRail station and another at Toho Square, a block down the road. But Baker Barrios designs which will be discussed in detail at the workshop are purely conceptual at this point. e city will need to decide how much its willing to invest in the project. Total renovation costs were estimated between $20 and $50 million, according to the December feasibility study. City officials were unable to conrm the cost of the feasibility study and architectural designs at press time Friday. Austin Blake, public information ocer for the city of Kissimmee, said the upcoming workshop will give commissioners a chance to decide if they want to move forward or not. This is a chance for commissioners to take in the information, get some rmer cost estimates and decide what direction they want to head in, he said. Its ultimately up to them if they want to pursue it. The workshop will be held at 5:30 p.m. June 26 at City Hall. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKLocal officials will host a workshop June 26 to review conceptual design plans aimed at converting the Kissimmee Civic Center into a high-end performing arts venue.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 7 CONTACT KEN JACKSON OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE SPORTS EDITOR EMAIL KJACKSON@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM TWITTER @OSCEOLASPORTS Lions losingSkid now 6 aer 3-0 loss in Montreal.Page 9 Sports Editor Despite that ag football is not a sport where college scholarships are available, and many players at the high school level are better athletes in other sports they compete in at the same time, ag football is very serious business. It gets real serious when the Harmony squad, winners of multiple district titles and regional playo games who made backto-back state tournament appearances in 2016-17, takes the eld. Longhorns Coach Paul Strauch is very serious in his role. So it helps to have young players like Bryn Hudson, who made a name for herself as a sophomore for that 2017 team. Last year, she was as serious on the field as her coach was on the sideline, and her numbers backed that up. Hudson scored 11 touchdowns in her junior season, including the only one in a 6-0 win over rival St. Cloud that earned Harmony another hard-fought Orange Belt Conference, and snagged ve interceptions on defense (one of those TDs was on an interception return). Considering that the Longhorns did not have the services of three-year starting quarterback Shae Herman this year (shed graduated), an offensivelygifted player like Hudson would have to pick up the slack on offense if Harmony would have playoff success again. She did, in a serious way, and her work made her the Osceola News-Gazette Flag Football Player of the Year. Yeah, it gets serious when Coach Strauch shows up, but its always been serious because getting to the state nals has set a tone for us, Hudson said. We were sad to see Shae go, but we were still excited for what we were able to accomplish last season. As a Longhorn, Hudson has played three years of both volleyball and flag football, but called volleyball her training for football. Once on the gridiron last spring, Hudson hardly came off the field and led on both oense and defense, Strauch said. She was building as a leader this year, big time, he said. is year she became a little more vocal, and made sure everybody knew what they needed to know. Defensively she had more help, but oensively she set the tone. With a new sophomore quarterback (Baylee Richards), Bryn had to make more plays and put more of the game on her shoulders. Naturally, Hudson said she was more serious on oense. I love defense, but offense has become my thing, she said. I could sense I started to draw other teams best defenders, so Ive had to move around in the Sports Editor Likely the most decorated athlete to graduate from Heritage Christian, male or female, is headed to South Carolina this fall to reap the benets of her success. Brooke Beaver, whos spent nearly her whole life wearing the blue and red Eagles colors, has signed a scholarship to play volleyball at Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C. The Bruins play in Division II of the National Christian College Athletic Association, and are coming o a 25-15 season and a second regional championship in just their second year competing in the NCCAA; Bob Jones reached the Final 4 in 2017. If the Bruins volleyball continues that success with Beaver on the roster, it will be pretty routine for her. Heritage won nine Florida Christian Conference softball and volleyball (theyve won the last ve in a row) state championships during her seven-year Eagles varsity career. She was an FCC All-Conference varsity volleyball selection for the first time in sixth grade, softball team MVP in seventh grade, conference MVP and Oensive Player of the Year as a freshman and played on volleyball teams that were runners-up in Christian school national championships in 2016 and She did all this while compiling a 4.5 weighted GPA and earning valedictorian honors for the HCS Class of 2018, leaving the school with 60 college credit hours already tucked away. It all makes for a very envious academic and athletic resume heading into the next level of competition. Jim Estrella, HCS athletic director and Beavers volleyball coach for much of her Eagle career, said Beavers internal drive is the reason she graduates as one of the schools biggest athletic stars. Ive never seen a more dedicated and driven athlete. Shes a born leader and a coachs dream, he said. And Beaver deflected that back toward Estrella. Its denitely an honor to be considered that in NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKHarmony flag football wide receiver Bryn Hudson didnt let having a new quarterback slow down her or the Longhorns offense. She scored 10 offensive touchdowns, and had another on defense among her five interceptions. She helped Harmony to an 11-1 record and a spot in the district championship game. SUBMITTED PHOTOHeritage Christian two-sport athlete Brooke Beaver signs her volleyball scholarship to Bob Jones University as Heritage Christian coach/athletic director Jim Estrella (standing left) and brother Dallas and parents Karla and Jeremy Beaver look on. See Beaver, Page 9. See Hudson Page 9. We had great weather and turn out for the Toho Marine Lake Toho Wednesday Night Shootout on June 6. A total of 22 teams participated, six didnt weigh anything in, all the rest brought a limit to the scales, witch over 220 pounds caught and released. First place honors went to Tane and Billy for their 22.52 pound sack, awarding them $215. In second place was the duo of Tim and Matt. eir total weight of 21.71 included this weeks Denali Rods Big Bass, a Trophy Catch weighing 8.49 pounds. They took home $115 for the placement and a bonus of $110 for that big sh. ird place of $85 went to Joe M. who shed solo. He brought 19.14 pounds across the scale that also included a Trophy Catch of 8.20 pounds. And a fourth place was paid out to Pete and Eric for their limit of 18.31 pounds. They won their entry fee money back and then some! Save the date: ICAST on the water will be held at the Kissimmee Lakefront on July 10. Weigh-in will begin at 10 a.m. Come out and see some of your favorite Pro Anglers. The Toho Marine Elite One Man Series tournament is on West Lake Toho this morning out of Southport. Weigh-in will begin at 3 p.m. at the Southport Ramp. Curious about the new Mercury Motors? Drop by Toho Marine and Outdoors in St. Cloud on Monday. The team from Mercury will be onsite and have their show trailer showcasing all the latest and greatest on display. Stop by between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Have a great weekend. Tight Lines friends! FLAG FOOTBALL: Brooke Barber, Adrianna Rodriguez, Taitiyana Taylor, Jenna Butcofski. Rakela Cummings, Jada Nieves, Elly Schmidt. Selena Rivera, Gabby Suarez. Taylor Stelley, Alex Dodenhoff. Kaylin Moran, Mya Faneitty. Poinciana: Kayla Russell, Randa Smichi. The Reel DealMercury Motors team at Toho Marine on Monday

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Page 8 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 The Florida Fire Frogs met with the Bradenton Marauders for a double header on Tuesday afternoon. The Fire frogs took the first game 6-0, but the Marauders came back in the second winning 3-2. First row: Fire Frogs pitcher Tucker Davidson fires one in. Christian Pache, no. 25 belted a home run in the first inning. Second row: Stryker messes around with one of the fans attending. A loose ball saves Shean Michael sliding into sec ond. Above: Brett Cumberland, no.28, waits for the pitch. Right: Braxton Davidson, no. 24, knocked in a two run homer in the fifth inning.News-Gazette Photos by Martin MaddockFIRE FROGS MEET MARAUDERS FOR DOUBLE HEADER

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 9 The Florida Fire Frogs met with the Bradenton Marauders for a double header on Tuesday afternoon. The Fire frogs took the first game 6-0, but the Marauders came back in the second winning 3-2. First row: Fire Frogs pitcher Tucker Davidson fires one in. Christian Pache, no. 25 belted a home run in the first inning. Second row: Stryker messes around with one of the fans attending. A loose ball saves Shean Michael sliding into sec ond. Above: Brett Cumberland, no.28, waits for the pitch. Right: Braxton Davidson, no. 24, knocked in a two run homer in the fifth inning.News-Gazette Photos by Martin MaddockFIRE FROGS MEET MARAUDERS FOR DOUBLE HEADER SPORTS By Ken Jackson Sports Editor Orlando City, the soccer team that tied an inordinate number of matches in past seasons, unintentionally trading three points for victories for one point for ties, hasnt seen a draw in over a dozen matches. In the month of May, when the Lions were rattling o six straight MLS victories, that was a good thing. But in the last three weeks its been a horrible thing, as Orlando City is now mired in an other-sideof-the-spectrum six-game losing skid. But streaks are club records. The misery continued Wednesday in Montreal as Orlando City SC (68-1, 19 points) fell 3-0 to the Montreal Impact (5-11-0, 15 points), who were 11th place in the 12team Eastern Conference heading into the match. I hope [the level of urgency] is sky high. It doesnt get more urgent for me. Weve made that very clear, Lions head coach Jason Kreis said. We did not go into this game saying this was just a regular season game. We told our players this was a massive match and we one thousand percent need three points. We dont get it. We deal with it. We need to respond the right way. at response can come Wednesday in a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match in Washington against D.C. United. The match closes a ve-game road trip; the Lions return to Orlando City Stadium on June 23 against Montreal. We have a massive Open Cup game a week from tonight, which we need to win, Kreis said. Orlando City produced a starting lineup as healthy as its been in weeks. Jonathan Spector made his rst MLS start since April 8, and forward Dom Dwyer made his rst start since May 13. The Lions got behind early; Cristian Higuita was called for a trip in the penalty area in the fifth minute, and Ignacio Piatti buried the penalty kick. Im exasperated that its another game where another critical decision goes against us. I vehemently disagreed with the call, Kreis said aer the match. e reality is with so many things happening in so many games in a row, its really hard to come back from that and keep a quality mindset. Orlando possessed but could muster quality scoring chances the rest of the half and went to halime trailing 1-0. Montreal made it 2-0 in the 55th minute when Daniel Lovitz red a cross into the box that bounced off defender Amro Tarek and went in for an own goal. Piatti scored again in stoppage time. The Lions got several good opportunities at goal in the second half, including an attempted bicycle kick by Dwyer and a shot just wide of the post by Josue Colmn. Uri Rosells shot in the 78th minute deected o Stefano Pinho in front of the goal, but Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush was able to keep it out. Its a dicult situation in that Doms absence clearly hurt us. We had Spector playing his first game, Tarek o with international duty and back, and weve had dierent players with different ideas in there, Kreis said. Spector said he was ne physically in his rst match back, but not ne with the result. Its irrelevant if we dont get the three points, he said. Were frustrated with each loss but we take it one game at a time and well still do that. Weve been unable to convert the chances weve created, we havent gotten the results. Midfielder Uri Rossell said putting in the work in training and not getting results is leading to frustration. We have to score, right? Were doing good things, but in the end we have to do something and I dont know what it is, he said. Its hard to accept that youre exhausted and give everything and get no reward. We have a great team, its important that we stick together during this and keep going. at game came o a 5-2 loss in Vancouver against the Whitecaps (6-5-5, 23 points) at BC Place. Sacha Kljestan scored his third goal of the season; he slotted it inside the far post in the 64th minute. Dwyer scored his seventh goal of the season on the nal touch of the game. Chris Mueller and Josu Colmn were credited with assists. e Lions were reduced to 10 men when Mohamed El-Munir was shown a second yellow card in the 58th minute. I think we need to continue to look at ourselves, look at the areas that we need improvement on, Kreis said following that game. Were doing so many good things from 18 to 18 but its about scoring the goals now. At the moment you cant play 90 percent well. You forget about the 10 percent. For me, thats the dierence right now. Again, another night where we start o the game and were just dictating things, bossing things on their field, and then we give the ball away one time in the middle of the eld, were disorganized and they go right down the eld and score the very rst chance that they have. Maybe thats what we need to be focused on, is the 10 percent. e lone piece of good news for the Lions during this stretch is that they have moved on in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. By virtue of a 3-0 win over Miami FC of the fourthtier National Premier Soccer League, the Lions get to face DC United in Washington on Wednesday. Pinho, Dillon Powers and Victor PC Giro scored in the win that, true to his word, Kreis started a strong lineup, including Spector, Rossell and midfielder Sacha Kljestan. Its the nal match of the teams five-game sojourn around the country thats gone from New York City to Miami to Vancouver to Montreal to Washington, D.C. Toronto ends ECHL/ AHL aflliation with Orlando Solar Bears; new one to be announced soon Aer maintaining a relationship for the past ve seasons, the Orlando Solar Bears and the Toronto Maple Leafs will not be extending their aliation agreement for the 2018-19 season, both teams announced today. We want to thank the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Marlies organizations for having us serve as their ECHL aliate since the 2013-14 season, Solar Bears president Chris Heller said. Having said that, we are excited as we begin a new chapter in Orlando Solar Bears hockey with the pending announcement of our new NHL and AHL aliates for the upcoming season. e Maple Leafs have entered into an aliation with the Newfoundland Growlers, an ECHL expansion franchise based out of St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador that will begin play in the 2018-19 campaign. An announcement regarding Orlandos new NHL aliate for the 2018-19 season will be made later this summer. Prior to alliating with Toronto, Orlando was an alliate of the Minnesota Wild and Houston Aeros/Iowa Wild from 2012-14. ree former Solar Bears Garret Sparks, Christopher Gibson, and Jack Rodewald made NHL debuts aer playing in Orlando, and Orlando loaned several ECHL players to the Toronto Marlies, including Hunter Fejes and Nolan Valleau during the 2017-18 season, while defenseman Sam Jardine signed an AHL contract with Toronto for the 201718 campaign aer rst agreeing to terms with the Solar Bears during the oseason. Narcoossee summer volleyball camps Narcoossee Middle School will hold a series of summer volleyball clinics through the months of June and July. e June clinics (18-20, 25-27 from 7-9 p.m.) are skill based; the July camps (9-10 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 16-18 and 23-25 from 9 a.m.-noon) are tournament-style play. Pre-registration fee is $35 per session per player ($15 extra walkup fee if spots available, sessions limited to 36 players). e camps are open to all incoming 6th through 9th graders. Signups available at school front desk. Proceeds benet the schools volleyball and other athletic programs. For information email randall.schafer@ osceolaschools.net or call 321-624-6230. SPORTS BRIEFSBEAVERContinued from Page 7.PHOTO/ORLANDO CITYOrlando City forward Chris Mueller, a 68th minute substitution, attempts to dribble around the Montreal Impact defense in Wednesdays 3-0 Lions loss in Canada. They teams meet again in Orlando next Saturday after a U.S. Open Cup game Wednesday in Washington against D.C. United. Orlando City losing streak reaches 6, matching earlier win streak; team frustrated going into U.S. Open Cupformation to get the space I need to make plays. Despite her efforts, Harmony fell to Jones in the District A-10 nal to Jones, 7-0, the Longhorns only 2018 loss. That game was hard, especially because we had beaten them in the regular season, Hudson said. But Im excited because I have one more year. Were certainly coming back with the plan to win districts next year and get to the playos. And she sounds serious. HUDSONContinued from Page 7. Team gets 2 tries in next 8 days to nd its mojo Beaver Hudson Ive never seen a more dedicated and driven athlete. Brookes a born leader and a coachs dream. COACH JIM ESTRELLA conversation. A lot of great athletes can played here in the past, and are still playing here. My coaches need to take the credit for that, she said. Heritage has been a second home for me, Ive been there since age three, and it hit me I was leaving in two moments: the last day of school, and during my valedictorian speech. And now its on to Bob Jones, to where Bruins Coach Vickie Denny began recruiting her during last years national Christian high school tournament in Kentucky. She saw me play and we started talking, which led to a visit, and since then everything has pointed toward going there, Beaver said. It has the Christian college environment in a small school size, a great nursing program and Ill be able to play college volleyball at my size (5-8). I know I have to work on my vertical and get stronger so Ill be able to compete at that level. After years of in-house competition Brookes brother Dallas, who played baseball at Heritage and his senior year at Osceola, just completed his sophomore season with the UCF Knights she said playing college sports, despite playing at a small private school, became less a dream and more of the inevitable. Watching Dallas grow up two years ahead of me, Ive seen the hard work rst hand, and its been both of our goals to play college sports, she said. Growing up our parents (Jeremy and Karla) would take us to college games. I feel like weve been working forever toward this.

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Page 10 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 DAILYSATURDAY06-16FAMILY SUMMER SATURDAYS Family Summer Saturdays at Maitlands Art & History Center, every other Saturday in June and July. On June 16, explore kinetic art, ying art and paint with air. Families of all ages invited. 10 a.m. to noon. SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Seussical the Musical is in town all weekend at ME eatre: 1300 LaQuinta Drive #3 in Orlando. Performances are today, June 16 at 1 & 7 p.m., and June 17 and 1 p.m. Tickets range $15-$22. Visit SHINEINTHELIMELIGHT.COMPOWERUP YOUR STARTUP OR NEW BUSINESS WORKSHOP e CashNLearn Free June enrollment to the PowerUp Your StartUp or New Business Workshop is now open. CNL is committed to helping small businesses and entrepreneurs create robust, successful businesses. e Free 10 session workshop is an interactive, live teleconference so you can join us from the comfort of your own home. e sessions start on June 4 and run on select dates through June 19. All sessions are 7-8 p.m. Join us today and claim your spot at CASHNLEARN.COM. Limited space is available. ORLANDO ODDITIES AND CURIOSITIES MARKET e Orlando Oddities and Curiosities Market features some of the best oddities dealers and artists from around the state. Booths include a selection of bone art, taxidermy, antiques, jewelry and more. e Hourglass Brewery: 480 S. Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Longwood. ere is no entrance fee. Call 407-279-0092 with questions. PICNIC WITH FATHER Picnic with Father a family fun event, in honor of Fathers Day. e picnic is noon to 3 p.m. at the Kra Azalea Garden in Winter Park. RHYTHMS AT THE ROOST Rhythms at the Roost presents a free live concert at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs, featuring music by NOLA Brass. Food, beer, wine and spirits. Doors open at 6 p.m., the concert begins at 7 p.m. No coolers, glass or pets. Visit UPTOWNALTAMONTE.COM or call 407-571-8180. WINTER GARDEN CRUISE-IN CAR SHOW Classic cars and other show cars will line the streets of historic Winter Garden at the Winter Garden Cruise-In Car Show. Guests are asked (but not required to) bring items for the homeless, including socks, sample size toiletries, canned goods, boxed items, etc. Each person who donates will receive a rae ticket and is eligible for a $50 drawing at 8 p.m. ANDERSON COOPER AND ANDY COHEN An Intimate Evening with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen, at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando. Join the late night talk show host and journalist, longtime friends, as they interview each other and take questions from the audience. Tickets are available in person at the Dr. Phillips Center Box Oce or by phone: 844-513-2014. PEACE WALK & FESTIVAL e Solutionary Peace Walk & Festival is a festival devoted to peace and healthy living. SPeakers, music, vegan food, workshops, yoga, a one-mile peace walk and more. e festival runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lake Eola Park. Admission is free. Visit ORLANDOPEACEFEST.ORGFESTIVAL OF THE SEA Festival of the Sea featuring seafood delights paired with cra vendors, beer and wine, and activities. Tickets range $5 to $30. Festival Park: 2911 E. Robinson Street in Winter Park area. Call 407-381-3510. SUNDAY06-17FATHERS DAY 5K e Fathers Day 5K virtual race invites you to participate in a virtual 5K this Fathers Day weekend. Plus, 15 percent of each registration will be donated to charity. Visit EVENTBRITE.COM and search Fathers Day 5K Orlando. FATHERS DAY PUB CRAWL e Fathers Day pub crawl is happening in downtown Orlando from 5 to 10 p.m. Dad jeans and cheesy tee shirts encouraged. For more information, visit EVENTBRITE.COM and search for Fathers Day Pub Crawl in Orlando events. FAT HERS DAY GOLF EVENT Drive Shack in Lake Nona invites dads and kids of all ages to stop by during select times for a special Fathers Day event, including a 90-minute swing lesson with a PGA Pro. Packages are $75 for dad and one guest, $95 for dad and two guests. Visit DRIVESHACK.COM ODD IS ART Today is the last day to catch Odd is Art the art display featuring works from Ripleys Believe It or Not!s new book is still open for viewing. Redene Gallery: 29 S Orange Avenue in Orlando. FATHERS DAY BBQ e Enzian is hosting a Fathers Day BBQ lunch buet, followed by a screening of e 40-YearOld Virgin starring Steve Carell. e event starts at 11:30 a.m. Tickets start at $35. Visit ENZIAN.ORGICON ORLANDO FATHERS DAY ICON Orlando is celebrating dads with the ICONic Dad package. It includes a private capsule for up to four guests, a cra beer ight, tailgate games and more. Packages start at $139. Visit ICONORLANDO.COM/ FATHERSDAYMONDAY06-18PHYSICIAN LECTURE Dr. Pasquale Reino, orthopedic surgeon at Poinciana Medical Center, will conduct a lecture about understanding total joint replacement. A physical therapist will also be present to explain physical therapy and answer questions. Aer the lecture, Dr. Reino will hold an open Q&A. e lecture runs 5:30-6:30 p.m., dinner will be served. RSVP to 888-253-8117. Call 407-530-2013 for more information. FRIDAY06-22ROMANTIC DATE NIGHT Tired of the same old date night? Come to the romantic Maitland Art Center and get creative. Each night features a dierent project designed for fun, laughter and getting to know each other, plus time for drinks and to enjoy the scenery. Guidance provided, as well as room to experiment and play. Each attendee takes home their own original artwork. Tickets are $35 per couple. Wine, beer and snacks are available for purchase. To register, visit ARTANDHISTORY.ORG/ EVENT/2711/2018-06-22 SATURDAY06-23BBQ AT THE HISTORIC NARCOOSSEE SCHOOLHOUSE 5026 Yukon Street. BBQ meal (pulled chicken or pork sandwich and sides), $8.00 per plate. Baked goods sold separately. Eat-in or carry-out available. Sponsored by the Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society. Contact by email info@ narcoosseehistory.org or by phone 407-891-0010. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. LAKE WALES MUSEUM e Lake Wales Museum is celebrating summer with a host of new activities and special guest programs on Saturdays from June 9 to August 11, 2018. On June 23, families can read to a dog, make a book, plus story time and kite making. For more information on the Lake Wales Museum & Cultural Center, call 863-6761759 or visit CITYOFLAKEWALES. COM/439/DEPOT-MUSEUMDESIGNER BAG BINGO BENEFITTING SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Special Olympics of Osceola County is hosting Designer Bag BINGO. Win genuine bags from your favorite designers while supporting a great cause. Tickets are $30 in advance and include a booklet of eight BINGO sheets. Contact Ann with questions: ajlm7777@aol.com. SPECIALOLYMPICS OSCEOLA.ORGSUNDAY06-24FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL Festival Internacional is happening at the Silver Spurs Arena. Tickets are on sale now at TICKETMASTER.COM FRIDAY06-29JIHA MOON OPENING RECEPTION Jiha Moons collection of 20 small ceramic sculptures are now on display at the Mennello Museum of American Art in Orlando. Join the opening reception from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., with a gallery talk by Jiha Moon from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. e reception catered by Runway Catering will follow. Plus music by Tony Miracle. Tickets are $10 for non-members. SATURDAY06-30R&B TUNES Colors Presents: R&B Only. e California-based event encourages attendees to talk, dance and enjoy company with one another, while listening to R&B tunes. Tickets are available online or at the door, if the show has not sold out. JIHA MOON FAMILY WORKSHOP Jiha Moon will host a family workshop at the Mennello Museum of American Art in Orlando. The workshop runs 1 to 3 p.m. Join the waitlist at BIT.LY/2LSCBF7 ROBO MUD RUN SCPD and the City of St. Cloud will host the Robo Mud Run at Peghorn Park. e run will feature a 5K and 10K route, with more than 50 obstacles including swamp swims and monkey bar challenges. Registration is $65. Government and group rates available. Visit ROBOMUDRUN.COM MONDAY07-02 UNITED STATES NAVY BAND Americas Navy is coming to Lake Buena Vista, Florida, one of seven cities in the state to host a performance by the United States Navy Band during its 2018 tour one of the signature outreach programs of the U.S. Navy. e United States Navy Band Cruisers performance will take place at 7 p.m. at Disney Springs Marketplace Stage. e performance is free and open to the public. FOOD & WINE CLASSIC Tickets are on sale now for the Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic, scheduled for Oct. 26-28. Overnight packages at the resort also are available. For the latest in formation about the event, guests can call 1-800-227-1500 or visit SWANDOLPHINFOODANDWINECLASSIC.COM, LIKE WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SWANANDDOLPHIN Weekly and Monthly Events CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION. Editors note: Due to space constraints, the News-Gazette cannot guarantee that all events submitted will be published in the Daily Planner in every ursday and Saturday edition. The third annual Festival of the Sea is happening today in Orlando. Experience seafood vendors serving up all of your favorites, paired with craft vendors, a beer and wine garden, arts and crafts vendors, plus activities for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets range $5 to $30. WHO Everyone is invited!WHAT Festival of the Sea seafood festivalWHEN Today, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.WHERE Festival Park: 2911 East Robinson Street in OrlandoTICKETS $5-$30 ONGOINGFOOD BANKe Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is now sponsoring an Aer school Meals Program at Iglesia Principe De Paz, 2204 W. Columbia Ave., Kissimmee. REPUBLICAN PARTY OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Meets the fourth ursday of the month 6:30pm at the Kissimmee Elks Lodge 1655 King Highway (2 miles South o Neptune Road) Come by and help us move the Republican agenda forward as we Make America Great! Call 407-846-8889 or go to www. osceolarepublicans.org for additional information.AL-ANONOpen to anyone who has been aected by the disease of alcoholism. Rebos Clubhouse, 1614 Orange Ave., St. Cloud. 10 a.m., Saturdays, Free. 407-896-4929MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUPOsceola County group invites the public to a free anonymous self-help support group for people with depression, bi-polar and anxiety disorders along with family and friends. Every Monday. Veterans Memorial Library, 810 13th St., St. Cloud; 7-8:30 p.m. For more information, call Pat at 407-593-1997 or Kathy at 407-847-7420.BINGOFraternal Order of Eagles; 15 W Darlington Ave., Kissimmee 4:00 p.m.; (2) $200 games guaranteed (1) $250 jackpot guaranteed. 407-846-4990; Everyone is welcome.ELKS CLUB CRIBBAGE, KARAOKEKissimmee Elks Lodge, 1655 Kings Highway, Kissimmee. Every Wednesday 5:30-9 p.m. Open to the public.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 11 By Jessica Sullivan The muscadine grape is native to Florida and was the first native grape species to be cultivated in North America. ey are delicious eaten fresh, and are a popular grape in Florida wines. Although muscadine grapes have thicker skins and seeds than common table grapes, they are larger, grapier-tasting, and, in my opinion, underappreciated in the fruit world. Muscadine grapes will be available this summer at groceries, farmers markets, and you-picks. Find Florida farms and wineries at http://www.fgga.org. Grow your own Muscadines cold-tolerant, pest-resistant vines make great backyard fruiting plants for Central Florida. Many muscadine varieties must be planted with pollinizer varieties to produce fruit. There are hundreds of muscadine grape varieties, with bronze, pink, purple, red, or black colored fruit. Self-fertile varieties do not need to cross-pollinate with other varieties, and oen produce more fruit than non-selffertile varieties. Self-fertile varieties that are good to eat fresh include: Pineapple (bronze), Polyanna (purple), Southern Home (black). Varieties good for processing into juice, jelly or wine include: Alachua (black), Carlos (bronze), Noble (red). Muscadine vines are adaptable to many soil types, but must be planted in welldrained locations. Container-grown vines can be planted throughout the year with a support system, as the vines can grow quite large. For backyards, vines can be planted on a well-anchored arbor or a galvanized wire between posts. Prior to planting, test soil pH and nutrients. Grapes must be irrigated to become established and in dry periods during the growing season. Pruning is done in January to keep vines productive and should be based on your support system. e fruit is borne on the current years growth. Vines ower in spring and fruit is harvested in the summer, depending on variety. You may want to consider using bird netting over vines when they are fruiting to prevent wildlife from eating more grapes than you. Fruit should be refrigerated aer harvest and eaten or processed soon, as it has a shelf life of about a week. Contact Extension for more information on varieties, plant sources and growing: 321-697-3000. Jessica Sullivan is a sustainable agriculture & food systems agent with the University of Florida/IFAS Extension Osceola County. By Victoria Sovran For the News-Gazette Jacklyn Dougherty is casting a bright light on one of the Sunshine States most burning issues. The 15-year-old Osceola High School student and member of Girl Scout Troop 581 recently earned the Girl Scout Gold Award. It is the highest and most prestigious award in the Girl Scout organization. Doughertys Gold Award project was Skin Cancer Awareness and Protection. I am proud to be a part of a group of women changing the world and to be among a century of women whom have achieved their Girl Scout Gold Award, said Dougherty. Comparable to the Eagle Scout Award of the Boy Scouts of America, the Girl Scouts Gold Award is the most dicult to earn. It requires an intense amount of time, planning and hard work in helping to solve a problem aecting the community. Dougherty created Pink Ladybug, a nonprot advocating for sun safety. She became impassioned to educate her peers about sun safety and the dangers of skin cancer after her grandfather was diagnosed with skin cancer and underwent multiple surgeries. Skin Cancer does not focus on a skin tone, said Dougherty. Anyone can get it. Everyone should protect themselves from the sun and encourage others too. As part of her project, Dougherty gave educational speeches at Main Street High School, the Boys and Girls Club, St. John Vianney Youth Group and LA Fitness about sun safety. She created over 600 educational sun kits to distribute to local schools and organizations. e kits contained sun safety essentials including sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses, skin cancer educational cards and more. Dougherty taught a younger Girl Scout troop how to make the sun kits. Dougherty built a website to help further spread her sun safety campaign, www. PinkLadybug.org. I came up with the hashtag #knowyourbody, said Dougherty. e hashtag reminds my peers to check their bodies from head to toes for moles and to report any changes or new growths to their parents and dermatologist. Skin cancer can be preventable with the proper protection like using sunscreen and wearing protective clothing. It is the burn at a young age that causes skin cancer later in life, said Dougherty. Parents should protect their young children from the sun. It is very important young people protect their skin now, so they dont have skin damage later on. Dougherty has big plans for the future of Pink Ladybug. She hopes to be able to bring her nonprofit to the national stage and continue spreading awareness to teens and children. Her positive attitude and can-do spirit serve as inspiration to all those around her. I hope that young girls understand they can accomplish anything they work hard on, said Dougherty. My Gold Award helped me develop skills that I will use the rest of my life. I hope young girls are empowered by Pink Ladybug. First to protect themselves from the sun and second to go after their own dreams, work through obstacles, refuse to give up and create it. To schedule Dougherty to speak at your school, scout meeting or youth group about sun safety, contact JDougherty@ PinkLadybug.org or visit www. PinkLadybug.org. CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM Area teen earns Girl Scout Gold Award Growing muscadine grapes in Florida SUBMITTED PHOTOJackyn Dougherty, a 15-year-old Osceola High School student and member of Girl Scout Troop 581, recently earned the Girl Scout Gold Award.Osceola Regional welcomes 1st set of triplets in 16 yearsIt was a memorable Memorial Day weekend at Osceola Regional Medical Center as the hospital welcomed its rst set of triplets in 16 years with the arrival of three baby boys, born to Andrea Ugalde and her husband, Douglas Puruncajas ,of Orlando. Augustine, Matias and Nicolas came into the world on Sunday., May 27, at 11:27 a.m., 11:29 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Born six weeks premature, they weighed 3 pounds, 10 ounces, 4 pounds 5 ounces and 4 pounds 3 ounces, respectively. The babies were resting comfortably in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and doing well, according to Dr. omas Myles, who delivered them. The threesome marks only the second set of triplets born at Osceola Regional Medical Center in its 85-year history. e rst set of triplets, who were also all boys, were born at the hospital in 2002. e triplets were conceived naturally, using no fertility therapies. Its estimated that the chance of having triplets is 1 in 8,100 births, and only about 30 percent of triplets are born without the use of fertility drugs. ese are the rst babies for Andrea. e triplets have an older half-brother who is 18. The birth of the triplets comes less than a month aer Osceola Regional opened its 18bed Level III NICU oering the highest level of neonatal care for babies in Osceola County. e hospital is the only medical facility to oer this level of care for children in Osceola County. Osceola Regional recently expanded the former 10-bed Level II NICU into an 18-bed Level III NICU, bringing the total hospital bed count to 404. e NICU is staed by Nemours Childrens Health System physicians, who also sta the nursery. Osceola Regional also oers a Pediatric Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists for high-risk pregnancies. e Level III NICU addition is part of the hospitals multiphase, $50 million expansion in a continued eort to meet the healthcare needs of the community. SUBMITTED PHOTOAndrea Ugalde and her husband, Douglas Puruncajas, of Orlando, welcomed triplets over Memorial Day weekend at Osceola Regional Medical Center.

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Page 12 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 EXTENSION SERVICES Cathy M. Rosenthal is a longtime animal advocate, author, columnist and pet expert who has more than 25 years in the animal welfare eld. Send your pet questions, stories and tips to cathy@petpundit. com. Please include your name, city, and state. Tuesdays, June 19 to July 24, from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., FIT Wellness Series, at UF/IFAS Extension Mary Jane Arrington Center, 625 Country Club Drive, Kissimmee. e FIT (Forever Improving rough) Wellness Series helps individuals adopt strategies for long-term health and wellness. A new wellness topic is discussed each week, along with a snack prep component throughout. Each paying individual can bring one guest for free (age 14 and older). is is a partnership between UF/ IFAS Extension in Osceola County and Polk counties. Pre-registration is required at http://ocfcs. eventbrite.com and the cost is $15. ursday, June 21, from 5:45 to 8 p.m., SafeSta Training and Recognition, at UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County. SafeSta is a food handler recognition program for foodservice employees, volunteers needing this level, and Cottage Food business owners who prefer this level of recognition. Once class is completed, participants will receive a certicate showing SafeSta recognition, and hold recognition for three years. Pre-registration is required at http://ocfcs. eventbrite.com by June 17. ursday, June 21, from 6 to 8 p.m., Yes You Can! Food Preservation, at UF/IFAS Extension Services (OHP). Celebrate the rst day of summer with a canning recipe sure to spice up your weekend. e class is hands-on, with the instructor guiding you through the process as you make-and-take your own jar home. Cost is $10 and class lls up quickly. Pre-registration is required at http://ocfcs. eventbrite.com by June 18. Understanding the sound world of catsBy Cathy M. Rosenthal Dear Cathy, I recently adopted two small kittens and am curious to know if keeping a clock ticking near where they sleep somehow imitates their mothers heartbeat and would make them feel more restful. Mike, Garden City, NY Dear Mike, What a thoughtful question. People dont oen think about the sound world around their felines, and its great you want to provide a calming environment for your kittens. To answer your question, I decided to reach out to Sound Behaviorist Janet Marlow, the CEO of Pet Acoustics, a company that produces species-specific music to reduce pet stress. As a fifth-generation musician, Marlow grew up with pets and always noticed they would gather around whenever she played classical guitar. One day, when she took one of her cats to the vets oce, she was surprised there was no music playing to soothe the patients. Marlow has since spent the last 22 years conducting research and behavioral observations on the hearing of dogs, cats, birds and horses, and was the first to create species-specific music, which eliminates percussive sounds and high frequencies for animal listening. According to Marlow, feline hearing is greater than the individual hearing of dogs, horses, and birds, and three times greater than human hearing. Since cats are more aected by the sounds around them than other pets, it would seem prudent for feline pet parents to provide a calming environment for their felines. Hearing is an overlooked cause of pet stress that can lead to illness and behavior problems, says Marlow. Cats show stress dierently than dogs. ey have the same level of response to sound, but dogs respond emotionally by coming up to us and showing us their stress whereas cats move away from the noise and nd a place to hide. So, to answer your question, the rhythmic ticking of the clock might soothe people, but its a man-made percussive sound, says Marlow, that wont mask other noise or calm kitties. Animals dont respond to human talk, like when we leave the television or radio on, which permeates a short-distance, says Marlow. Music permeates the air, lls the space and masks out sounds that only cats can hear. Marlow recommends pet parents pay attention to a cats body language, specifically the direction and reaction of the ears, to see how they are reacting to their sound world. If they are twitching their ears all the time, they could be hearing things that are causing them stress, and music, it seems, is a better antidote for creating calm kitties. For more information on species-specic music, visit petacoustics.com Dear Cathy, I am a very responsible pet owner. I currently have two small breed dogs, a 13-year-old toy rat terrier, and a nine-year-old tricolor Chihuahua. I walk my doggies every day but, for the most part, they are home bodies. Recently, a disgruntled neighbor called animal control and led a Citizens Complaint against me and my dogs. e charge is dog at large. Never, ever has this been true. She charged that my six-pound Chihuahua bit her dogs. She owns two large breed Shepherds and a Golden Retriever puppy. As I stood with my pup shivering in my arms, I was forced to sign a fake complaint and told that I could pay a $250 ne or go to court (in three months) to fight it. Fight what? A complete lie. She didnt go with the bite because she had zero proof so, she went for was dog at large. She needs no pictures, no witnesses to the attack, and no bite marks. She can just charge me with a made-up lie and tie-up an incredible amount of my time. Since calling animal control, she now walks past my house and yells out crazy things. Mary, Las Vegas, NV Dear Mary, There is nothing worse than fighting with your neighbor over pet issues. Its also stressful to be served a complaint regarding your pets, especially if you feel you and your pets have done nothing wrong. You will have your day in court, however, and while an inconvenience for you, it will certainly provide you with an opportunity to tell your side of the story. If youre a good pet neighbor, enlist other neighbors on your block to testify or provide an adavit on your behalf that reects that viewpoint, like explaining how your dogs are always leashed and under your control when out in the neighborhood, etc. Having witnesses to your responsible pet parenting will go a long way toward defending this complaint. Informing readers. Helping build a stronger community. WE ARE OSCEOLALOCAL THE ST. CLOUD CITY COUNCILHOUSEADSInforming readers. Helping build a stronger community.This is not just a slogan, its our way of life. The Osceola News-Gazette has been serving our community for 126 years. 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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 13 Dear Mayo Clinic: What causes pericardial constriction, and why does it make me swollen? Is there anything I can do to limit the swelling? Answer: Pericardial constriction is a condition with a variety of possible causes, including underlying medical conditions and may even result from certain medical treatments. Swelling, or edema, is one of the most common symptoms of pericardial constriction. ats because the condition interferes with your kidneys ability to work properly. Medication can often effectively reduce swelling. Rarely, in severe cases, surgery may be needed to treat pericardial constriction. e normal pericardium is a thin, elastic sac that surrounds the heart. Under normal circumstances, it contains a small amount of uid that helps lubricate the heart as it moves. With pericardial constriction, the sac loses its elasticity and becomes stiff. Pericardial constriction restricts the hearts motion and makes it harder for the heart to beat effectively. The constraint on the heart limits how much blood lls into it as the heart relaxes between beats, making the heart less ecient. When less blood than usual enters the heart, less blood than usual leaves the heart on the way to the rest of the body. Pericardial constriction can have a signicant eect on your kidneys because one of the kidneys jobs is to remove waste and excess uid from the blood. Low blood ow from the heart makes it hard for your kidneys to remove all the extra uid. e kidneys also may respond to low blood ow by retaining more uid in an attempt to increase the available blood ow. As uid builds up in the blood, it results in swelling, a condition sometimes referred to as edema or anasarca. When its left untreated, that swelling can become severe, especially in the legs and abdomen. Other common symptoms of pericardial constriction include fatigue, shortness of breath and difficulty exercising or engaging in other physical activities. Pericardial constriction can happen for a number of reasons. Viral infections leading to inammation of the pericardium are one of the more common causes of pericardial constriction. It can also develop as a side eect of radiation therapy or heart surgery. Less common causes include connective tissue diseases, cancer, and complications from other types of infections. Taking certain kinds of drugs can trigger pericardial constriction, although that is rare. In some cases, the cause cannot be found, a condition known as idiopathic pericardial constriction. Doctors diagnose pericardial constriction by reviewing your medical history and performing a physical exam. Imaging exams of the heart, such as an echocardiogram, a chest X-ray, CT scan and cardiac MRI, as well as other testing, can oen be helpful in diagnosing this condition. Treatment of pericardial constriction typically focuses on controlling the symptoms and any active inflammation of the pericardium. That often involves using diuretic medications to remove excess fluid from the body and antiinflammatory medicines to reduce inflammation of the pericardium. Antiinflammatory medicines useful for pericardial constriction include colchicine, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and occasionally steroids or medicines that affect the bodys immune system, such as anakinra.Pericardial constriction can have effect on kidneySee Mayo Page 15. LOOKING FOR EXTRA WORKWE NEED YOU 2 DAYS A WEEKJOIN OUR TEAM OF DEDICATED NEWSPAPER CARRIERS The Osceola News-Gazette is currently seeking independent contract newspaper carriers to deliver papers to homes two days a week.Large vehicle, valid Florida drivers license and proof of valid auto insurance required. Experience a plus. Please fill out an application in person at our office, located at: 108 Church Street, Kissimmee, FL 34741NEWSPAPER CARRIERS NEEDED! NEWSPAPER CARRIERS NEEDED!INHOUSE ADS INFORMING READERS. HELPING BUILD A STRONGER COMMUNITY. 061618.SNG

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Page 14 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 OBITUARY DEADLINE FOR THURSDAY NEWS-GAZETTE IS TUESDAY AT 12 NOON Lock Haven Baptist Church14246 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 851-5420LANE STOCKTON, PASTORSCHEDULE OF SERVICESSunday School ..................................... 10:00 am Morning Service ................................... 11:00 am Evening Service ..................................... 6:30 pm Wednesday Service ............................... 7:00 pmwww.lockhavenbaptist.org And Cremation Services Cremation Services:Affordable, Simple, Dignifiedwww.conradandthompson.com 511 Emmett Street, Kissimmee, FL407-847-3188061116.SNG BEST OF OSCEOLA BEST OF OSCEOLA READERS CHOICE AW ARDS READERS CHOICE AW ARDS BES T B BEST BEST B B 20 17 020318.SNG CHURCHES IN OSECOLA COUNTY St. Rose Of Lima Catholic Church3880 Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee; 407-932-5004 srlcc.orgShiloh Missionary Baptist Church604 N. John Young Parkway Kissimmee; 407-846-0544Solid Rock Church of God 1904 Michigan Ave. Kissimmee 407-847-3500 solidrock church ofgod.orgTabernaculo de Poinciana4937 Old Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee 407-334-6508 Pastorjosesantiago.comTrinity Lutheran Church3016 W. Vine St. Kissimmee; 407-847-4204The Uperward Call Church3272 Canoe Creek Road St. Cloud; 407-593-2930 American Sign Language Congregation of Jehovahs Witnesses2281 N. acker Ave.Kissimmee 407-910-2067 www.jw. org Bible Baptist Church1500 E. Vine St. Kissimmee 407-847-4068 www.BibleBaptistKissimmee. com or www.BBC-HCS.orgCampbell City First Missionary Baptist Church4463 Bryan Ave. Kissimmee 407-935-1802 or 865-566-8579Canoe Creek Christian Church4080 Pine Tree Drive St. Cloud 407-891-1492 www.canoecreek.org Casa Del Espritu Santo722 N Main St. Kissimmee; 407-655-5816Casa de Bendicion, Inc2525 Fortune Road, Kissimmee 407-483-7845 https://www.facebook. com/cbendicion/ Casa De Generaciones1219 Ingram St Kissimmee; 407-914-6068 Catalyst Community Church 14500 Landstar Blvd Orlando, 32824 http://www.catalyst communitychurch.net/ Christian Life Church2750 Partin Settlement Road Kissimmee 407-847-7631Christ Our Savior Fellowship915 New York Ave. [VFW Hall], St. Cloud 407-922-2409Church Alive3674 Old Canoe Creek Road St. Cloud The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints2821 Old Canoe Creek Rd. St Cloud, FL 34772 407-892-5568 www.lds.orgThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints1900 N. John Young Parkway Kissimmee; 407-847-3978Community Church at Celebration501 Celebration Place Kissimmee 407-494-4644 www.celebration communitychurch.comCommunity Presbyterian Church in Celebration511 Celebration Ave. Celebration; 407-566-1633 www.commpres.comChurch Of Spiritual Awakening909 E. Oak St. Suite B Kissimmee 407-343-9062 www.churchofspiritual awakening.comChurch Of The Nazarene1900 Michigan Ave. St. Cloud; 407-892-8184The Connection Church700 Generation Point Kissimmee; 407-744-7007 www.connectionchurch.netCornerstone Baptist Church2925 Canoe Cree k Rd. St. Cloud; 706-379-1571 www.inallthingspray.comCornerstone Fellowship Baptist Church2916 Cialella Pass St. Cloud; 407-498-8316Corpus Christi Catholic Church1050 Celebration Ave. Kissimmee; 321-939-1491 www.corpuschristi.churchCrossroads Baptist Church3797 Edsel Ave. St. Cloud; 407-891-8688 www.lifeat thecrossroads.comDestiny Church Of Foursquare101 W. Cypress St. Suite H, Kissimmee 407-870-1594The Dwelling Place Church4730 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy Kissimmee; 407-917-2354 www.tdpchurch.com/Eastern Avenue Baptist Church1001 Eastern Ave. St. Cloud; 407-892-4644El Tabor Church5625 Orange Ave. Kissimmee; 407-343-9050Emmanuel Baptist Church2627 Lehigh Ave. Kissimmee; 407-846-8230 www.ebckissimmee.comFaith Community Church1990 Neptune Road Kissimmee; 407-846-0157 Faith Community Church of Holopaw. 5000 Holopaw Road HolopawFaith Harvest Ministries1537 Mill Slough Road Kissimmee; www.faith harvestonline.orgFirst Apostolic Church2317 Clay St. Kissimmee; 407-348-6521First Baptist Church1717 13th St., St. Cloud 407-892-7125 www.inallthingspray.comFaith International Baptist Church7491 W. Irlo Bronson Memo rial Highway Kissimm ee; 706-405-8134 www.faithorlando.com/ site/cs/index.aspFirst Missionary Baptist Church760 S. Canoe Creek Rd. Kenansville; 407-436-1104First Presbyterian Church15 Church St., Kissimmee 407-847-2807 preskiss.comFirst United Church Jesus Christ550 E. Jackson St. Kissimmee; 407-847-4009 www.rstunitedchurch ojca.orgFirst United Methodist Church101 W. Dakin Ave Kissimmee; 407-847-3700 www.kissimmeefumc.orgFirst United Methodist Church1000 Ohio Ave. St. Cloud 407-892-3128 www. rstchurchstcloud.orgFortune Road Church of Christ2431 Fortune Road Kissimmee; 407-348-0300 KissimmeeChurch.orgFreedom Life Church1700 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway Kissimmee; 407-944-1773 www.freedom-life.orgFree Methodist Church1701 N. acker Ave. Kissimmee; 407-847-4528Friendship Missionary Baptist Church1203 Orange Ave, St. Cloud 407-892-7665Gateway Baptist Church2601 Partin Settlement Rd. Kissimmee; 407-846-8595 Grace Lutheran Church and Preschool1123 Louisiana Ave. St. Cloud; 407-892-4653 gsca.orgIglesia Cristiana Casa de Vida1215 Old Hickory Tree Road, St. Cloud st.cloud@gmail.com 407-241-9045Iglesia de Cristo en Fortune Road2431 Fortune Road Kissimmee; 813-473-9075 Iglesia de Dios de Kissimmee2550 Flamboyan St. Kissimmee; 407-348-8788Iglesia de los Hermanos: Nuevo Comienzo301 Commerce Center Dr. St. Cloud; 84-319-1195Impact Community Church29 E. 13th St., St. Cloud 407-593-1419 www.impactchurchfamily.org Intercession City Church of God5563 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee Intercessioncitycog.comJourney Bible Fellowship3220 Old Canoe Creek Road St. Cloud 407-957-2057 journey3220@gmail.comKissimmee Christian Church415 N. Main St. Kissimmee 407-847-2543 www.fcckissimmee.orgLiving Waters Church of God1001 W. Carroll St. Kissimmee; 407-847-6387Narcoossee Baptist Church870 N. Narcoossee Road St. Cloud 407-709-3481 www.nbaptistchurch.org/Neptune Road Baptist Church1620 Neptune R oad Kissimmee; 407-847-8174New Beginnings Baptist Church2001 Bulldog Lane St. Cloud; 407-325-2915New Life Free Will Baptist Church1211 Ocean St., Kissimmee(behind Krazy Verns Car Wash)863-640-4008 or 407-460-6411North Kissimmee Baptist Church425 W. Donegan Ave., Kissimmee; 407-847-5372Peace Lutheran Church3249 Windmill Point Blvd. Kissimmee; 407-870-5965 www.peacelutheran kissimmee.orgPeace United Methodist Church13502 Town Loop Blvd. Orlando; 407-438-8947 www.peaceumcorlando.orgPoinciana Christian Church3181 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee 407-870-9700 www.poincianacc.orgPoinciana Pentecostal Church4912 Old Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee 407-944-1151Primera Iglesia Cristiana en Kissimmee Asambleas de Dios2031 Simpson Rd. Kissimmee; 407-348-6461

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 15 Mayo Clinic Q & A is an educational resource and doesnt replace regular medical care. E-mail a question to MayoClinicQ&A(AT SIGN)mayo.edu. For more information, visit www.mayoclinic.org.MAYOContinued from Page 13 If swelling persists even when youre taking medication for it, talk to your doctor. You may need to switch to a dierent type of medication. If symptoms dont improve over time with other treatments, then surgery to remove the pericardium, called pericardiectomy, may be necessary. Few people with pericardial constriction require this procedure, however. In many cases the symptoms, including swelling, can be successfully managed with medication. Peter Pollak, M.D., Cardiovascular Diseases, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Fla. Family vacations can seem like daunting endeavors to organize, as planners must cater to each member of the family and their individual needs. Family vacations can cost several thousand dollars, which only adds to the pressure planners may be under. But careful planning makes it possible to simplify the process so more time can be spent resting, relaxing and having fun.Child-friendly hotelOne of the musts when booking a family vacation is finding the right accommodations. is oen means booking rooms at family-friendly hotels. Things to look for when seeking hotels include amenities like swimming pools and recreation areas, nearby parks and other attractions that kids can enjoy, and easy access to stores that sell necessities. When booking a room, request one that is close to the elevator or the breakfast buet. If you have youngsters who nap or go to bed early, try to book adjoining rooms or onebedroom suites. is way the kids are tucked in but accessible, allowing adults to enjoy their downtime.Plan the trip togetherGet the entire family involved when planning a vacation and let children who are old enough to have a say in some of the travel plans. Let kids choose some activities, pick some restaurants or even select which seats to sit in on the airplane. Pack as lightly as possiblePack light and, if possible, buy some necessities when you arrive. Few things can be as headache-inducing as dragging along extra luggage with kids in tow. Choosing a hotel or resort with laundry facilities can be advantageous to active families who may get messy along the way.Allow for downtimeWhile its beneficial to have an itinerary, leave some moments for spontaneity and rest. You dont want to return home so tired from the trip that you need another break. Use downtime as opportunities for kids to lead the way.Travel off the beaten pathMature children may like sights and sounds that arent necessarily designed for kids. So while it may be tempting to stick to big-name resorts that cater to families, theres plenty of enjoyment to be had exploring lesser-known islands or villages. And while youre at it, introduce children to native cuisines so they can broaden their culinary palates.Relive the memoriesMake lasting vacation memories more by putting together a photo album or scrapbook. Making the most out of family vacations How to approach air travel with kidse magic of ying has enamored adventurers since Daedalus took to the skies with handmade wings and the Wright brothers tested their preliminary aircra in the elds of North Carolina. Still, many parents have reservations about flying with children. Parents may worry about kids being restless or causing a commotion in-ight. While these are possibilities, oftentimes parents concerns are unfounded. In fact, with some planning, ying with kids can be simple. Build anticipation. Get young ones excited about the trip, and not just the destination. Explain the new sights at the airport and the technology involved in takeoff. For older kids, the promise of a meal out while waiting for the ight or a new app to ease travel boredom may do the trick. Bring along plenty of snacks. Many airlines have tightened up meal policies and may only oer a small snack and beverage during short ights. Take advantage of boarding perks. Membership in travel clubs or travel credit card plans enable members to sit in more comfortable lounges or board early. Certain airlines give families with young children the chance to board rst as well. is helps families get kids settled before the plane takes o. Download beloved movies or apps. Kids can while away the hours with some entertainment, such as familiar movies or favorite games on their laptops, tablets or smartphones. Ask for help. Sometimes flight attendants can pitch in with suggestions if kids need a little time out. Airlines may issue complementary wings pins or enable kids to meet the ight sta. Simply stretching their legs for a walk to another area of the plane may ease kids boredom. Bookmark Buddies P.M. Wells Charter Academy (http://www. pmwellscharter.org/) is a public charter schoolserving students in grades K-8. e school is in need of volunteers to serve as Bookmark Buddies at the school. Bookmark Buddies is a mentor reading program that helps third grade students improve their reading skills and score at Level 2 or higher on the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA). e program recruits volunteer mentors each year that help to improve the reading skills of low performing students. Mentors meet at the P.M. Wells Charter Academy for 30 minutes a week, one-on-one, throughout the school year. No prior tutoring experience is necessary and all the tutoring materials are provided, making for an easy and fun volunteer experience. e Bookmark Buddies mentor builds a strong friendship and takes great satisfaction in their students success as they begin to gain condence and improve their reading and writing skills. P.M. Wells is looking for volunteers to help elementary school art teacher work with students, and clean tables, desks and work surfaces. e school also is seeking volunteers to help tutor middle school students in math. Volunteers interested in becoming Bookmark Buddies at P.M. Wells Charter Academy can contact Principal Alan Ramos at 321697-1020 or Mrs. Ingrid Hernandez, volunteer coordinator, at ihernandez@ pmwellscharter.org. The Backyard Project e Backyard Project is a local organization that strives to enhance community awareness and support by providing resources to those in need. e Backyard Project regularly provides meals to the homeless community in Kissimmee and we are looking for volunteers ages 16 and up to help with meal preparation and delivery. ose interested can email e Backyard Project at bypvolunteer@ gmail.com. Meals on Wheels drivers needed e Osceola Council on Aging needs Meals on Wheels delivery drivers. Volunteers must have a valid license, an insured vehicle, and pass a background check. Deliveries are made Monday through Friday mornings and Mothers Day and anksgiving Day. Contact Marie Blackford at 407933-9532 or blackfm@ osceola-coa.com Meals on wheels is a 501 (c) 3, nonprot, private charitable organization dedicated to providing services to enable independence and self-suciency for seniors, disabled adults, the disadvantaged and families in poverty. www.osceola generations.org. Osceola District Boy Scouts Osceola District of Central Florida Council Boy Scouts of America covers all of Osceola County and currently serves 1076 youth and over 550 adult volunteers in 52 (units) packs, troops, and crews. Osceola District Boy Scouts are looking for adult volunteers to assist on our district committee and district commissioner sta. Scouting background is preferred but all volunteers must be over the age of 21, pass a criminal background check, and take a youth protection course. All district level volunteers must also be approved by a nominating committee before their approval. A prospective member of our district committee would assist the Boy Scouts in planning and executing county wide programs and initiatives as well as fund-raise and assist recruiting new youth to one of our 52 packs, troops or crews. Applicants can contact Cory Dewell, Osceola district executive Boy Scouts of America Central Florida Council, at 407-624-2101 (cell), 407-703-0258 (work) or email at Cory.Dewell@ cscouting.org. St. Cloud Friends of the Library e St. Cloud Friends of the Library needs new members and volunteers to help with their upcoming book sale ursday, July 5, from noon to 8 p.m.; Friday, July 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Saturday, July 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. e St. Cloud Friends of the Library welcomes new members. e group meets the third ursday of each month at 11 a.m. in the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library at 810 13th St., St. Cloud. For more information, visit the library or its website or contact: ginger40@earthlink.net or call 407-892-7428. School District needs volunteers All of the Osceola County School District schools need volunteers to help with book fairs, picture days, in the media center, cafeteria, athletics, band, career day speakers, and more. For the upcoming 201819 school year, School District ocials want people to apply as a new volunteer or renew if they were a volunteer during the 2017-18 school year aer July 1. In addition, Take Stock in Children (for high school students) and Bookmark Buddies (for third graders) programs always need mentors. Both of these programs require a yearlong commitment and a brief training session. ese two programs are run through the Education Foundation. To volunteer or for more information, call Robin Davis, district volunteer liaison specialist, at 407870-4080, Ext. 66250. Volunteer at SNiP-it Clinic e SNiP-it Clinic is a 501(c) 3 non-prot organization working to: Reduce the pet overpopulation in our shelters. Educate the public on the benets of spay/neuter. Provide low cost, high quality spay/ neuter services. Service TNR and Animal Rescue Organizations e clinic provides high quality spay/neuter services for cats and dogs to help dramatically reduce the number of animals entering in to shelters each year. More than 30,000 animals were euthanized in Central Florida last year. Reducing the pet population is the only way to guarantee that animals wont have to suer or die because of the lack of homes. e clinic has many opportunities for all levels 18 years or older. Normal business hours are Tuesday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. e clinic can use help with laundry, sterilizing surgical packs, cleaning, ling, answering phones, fundraising and marketing. It also has weekend opportunities that include special events and feral cat trapping for TNR. Contact Susan Muncy: email: 2snipit@gmail. com or by phone: 407-476-4748.Editors note: Due to space constraints, the News-Gazette cannot guarantee that all events submitted will be published in the Volunteer News in every ursday and Saturday edition. THIS WEEKS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO SUBMIT YOUR REQUEST, CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EMAIL bmcbride@osceolanewsgazette.com THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 17 SNG 021018 11 home inspection traps to be aware of before listing your home For millions of Americans, the devastation of the 2017 storm season is still fresh in their minds. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the cumulative cost of the weather events in the U.S. was $306.2 billion. Whether you were directly aected by one of those storm systems, or saw images of flooded neighborhoods, theres probably one question that youre now asking yourself. What can I do to prepare for the next storm season? Its an important question to ask. And considering the hurricane season ocially begins each year on June 1st, now is the time to start planning. Whether you live in a coastal area that might be aected by a hurricane or anywhere else in the country, there are commonsense steps you can take to prepare you and your family. A basic emergency kit should include a supply of ashlights and lanterns, medication, food, water, cash and so forth. Being prepared in this way is important because even if youre not directly in the path of a storm, you may still be affected by a power outage. Losing power means more than losing light. It means losing hundreds of dollars of food and medications in the refrigerator, losing connection to the outside world, watching basements ood as sump pumps fail, facing uncertainty and dealing with the stress that comes with this. A steady source of power is something many of us take for granted. You really dont know how dependent you are on electricity until its gone. ere is a cost-eective measure every family can take to avoid the cost and the stress of a power outage. The solution is to invest in an automatic standby generator. Some people think power generators are pieces of equipment for either people with cabins or survivalists. But, this has changed. Generator manufacturers today produce a variety of standby generators as well as portable and industrial options to meet a diverse array of needs. Similar to a central air conditioning unit, an automatic standby generator is permanently installed outside of a home. It connects to a homes electrical system and runs on either natural gas or propane from the home. In the case of an outage, some models, such as the ones produced by Kohler, automatically turn on within 10 seconds of losing power. Depending on the size of the generator, they can power everything in the home, from lights, HVAC, refrigerators, sump pumps, computers, TVs, home security systems and more, while smaller units can power a few key circuits. Not all units are the same. To ensure you invest in an automatic standby generator that is truly ready for the storm season, look to the models from Kohler. ese feature an automatic start, so whether youre at home or away, it will automatically turn on; a durable enclosure that can withstand stormforce winds; a commercialgrade engine that can handle heavy loads; remote monitoring from a smartphone or laptop; quiet, neighborhood-friendly operation and a five-year warranty. Additionally, standby generators from Kohler deliver high-quality power that wont harm your electronics and run on your homes natural or LP gas, keeping your crucial systems powered at all times even when youre not present. No matter where you live, the potential for experiencing a power outage is real. Having an automatic standby generator can help you get through some of the worst weather nature will throw at us this season. CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM The newly released Q1 2018 U.S. Home Flipping Report compiled by ATTOM Data Solutions uncovered a total of 48,457 single-family homes and condos that were ipped across the country. It marks a decline of 4 percent from previous quarter. is number is also down yearover-year by 3 percent, making this gure a two-year low. e average gross prot during the quarter for these sales was at $69,500, a 47.8 percent return on investment. While flips are down, the prots are up in this quarter. The previous quarter had an average gross profit of $68,250, while the prot this time last year was at $66,287. Still, investors are paying more for the homes they ip, so return on investment has not increased along with average gross prot. In Q4 2017, the average return on investment compared to original acquisition price was 48.9 percent, and in Q1 2017 it was 50.3 percent. e 2018 housing market is a double-edged sword for home ippers, said Daren Blomquist, senior vice president at ATTOM Data Solutions. Rapidly rising home prices boosted by low available inventory of homes for sale or for rent are padding prots at the back end when ippers sell, but those same market realities are eroding ipping returns at the front end by forcing flippers to pay more to acquire homes to ip. In Florida, metros like Miami and Tampa saw declines in the rate of home ipping from this time last year. Miami is down 16 percent from Q1 2017, while Tampa is down 13 percent. Other metros showing yearover-year decreases in their rate of home ips are, Los Angeles (down 3 percent), Washington D.C. (down 6 percent, and Las Vegas, (down 2 percent). Elsewhere increases can be found. Forty-ve percent of metros analyzed in this report saw year-over-year gains, including Baton Rouge (up 70 percent); Lincoln, Nebraska (up 62 percent); Madison, Wisconsin (up 55 percent); Columbia, South Carolina (up 48 percent); and Atlantic City, New Jersey (up 43 percent). e highest rate of ipping occurred in Memphis, Tennessee, coming in at 15.1 percent. is is followed by Albany, OR (11.7 percent); East Stroudsburg, PA (11.4 percent); York, PA (10.4 percent); and Merced CA (10.3 percent). And when it comes to return on investment, investors fared best in Pennsylvania and New Jersey markets. e highest average gross ipping returns were found I East Stroudsburg, PA at 164 percent, followed by Pittsburgh, PA at 146.6 percent. e next three spots go to Atlantic City, NJ (133.3 percent), Reading, PA (120.8 percent), and Philadelphia, PA (110.2 percent). Members of the Osceola County Association of Realtors (OSCAR) Care Committee returned to the Osceola County Chapter of the Boys and Girls Club to present a new donation in the amount of $1,000 to support the organization. e Boys and Girls Club was established to provide a safe haven for at-risk kids where they can develop tools for success. Their mission is to enable all young people, especially those most in need to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Charli DeCarlo, chair of the Realtors Care Committee expressed why this organization was so near and dear to the committee, explaining, Its important that we support our communities children in order to build better futures for not just them, but everyone. We want to be sure they have the resources they need to be happy, well-adjusted adults and meaningful contributors to society. If you would also like to help support the Boys and Girls Club of America in their cause, please visit bgca.org to see how you can help. The Osceola County Association of Realtors is the largest trade association in Osceola County and represents over 3,500 Realtors in the area, bringing valuable training and support to its membership, and offering community services to the Osceola County area. The Association is dedicated to members success through personal development, advocacy, and community engagement. Members from the association pictured from left are: Kelly Freeman, Kathleen Sipio, Nicholas Shrouder, Justin Shrouder, Sharon Sikorski, Sue Vasquez, Karen Dierickx, Kelvis Melo, Marjorie Eddy and OSCAR CEO Twis Lizasuain.According to real estate industry experts, there are over 33 physical problems that will come under scrutiny during a home inspection when your home is for sale. A new report has been prepared, which identies the 11 most common of these problems, and what you should know about them before you list your home for sale. Whether you own an old home or a brand new one, there are a number of things that can fall short of requirements during a home inspection. If not identified and dealt with, any of these 11 items could cost you dearly in terms of repair. ats why its critical that you read this report before you list your home. If you wait until the building inspector ags these issues for you, you will almost certainly experience costly delays in the close of your home sale or, worse, turn prospective buyers away altogether. In most cases, you can make a reasonable preinspection yourself if you know what youre looking for, and knowing what youre looking for can help you prevent little problems from growing into costly and unmanageable ones. To help home sellers deal with this issue before their homes are listed, a free report entitled. To get a free copy of this report, call tollfree 1-844-801-4604 and enter.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 19 View all Public Notices online www.aroundosceola.com and CONTACT: GARY LUGO EMAIL LEGALADS@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM PHONE 407-846-7600 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A Case#:2016-CA-001421MF THEBANKOFNEWYORK MELLON,F/K/ATHEBANK OFNEWYORK,ASTRUSTEE,ONBEHALFOFTHE HOLDERSOFTHEALTERNATIVELOANTRUST2007HY2MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES SERIES2007-HY2, Plaintiff, vs. ROSAH.MALDONADO; et.al., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderResetting SaleenteredonApril11 2018,inCivilCaseNo.2016CA-001421MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNINTHJudicialCircuitinandforOsceola County,Florida,wherein THEBANKOFNEWYORK MELLON,F/K/ATHEBANK OFNEWYORK,ASTRUSTEE,ONBEHALFOFTHE HOLDERSOFTHEALTERNATIVELOANTRUST2007HY2MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES SERIES2007-HY2,isthe Plaintiff,andROSAH.MALDONADO;JOELJ.LAUREANO;THEBANKOFNEW YORKMELLON,F/K/ATHE BANKOFNEWYORK,AS TRUSTEEFORTHECERTIFICATEHOLDERSO F CWHEQ,INC.,HOME EQUITYLOANASSET BACKEDCERTIFICATES SERIES2006-S8;POINCIANAVILLAGETWOASSOCIATIONINC.;ASSOCIATIONOFPOINCIANAVILLAGES,INC.;ANYANDALL UNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH UNDERANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES HEIRS,DEVISEES GRANTEES,OROTHE R CLAIMANTSareDefendants TheClerkoftheCourt ArmandoRamirez,willsellto thehighestbidderforcashat theOsceolaCountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare Suite2600/Room#2602 Kissimmee,FL34741on JULY10,2018,at11:0 0 A.M.,ESTthefollowingdescribedrealpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT10,BLOCK570,OF POINCIANA,NEIGHBORHOOD1,VILLAGE2,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOFASRECORDED INPLATBOOK3,PAGE(S) 69THROUGH87,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSO F OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTH E PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELI S PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAY S AFTERTHESALE. IMPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis1stdayof June2018. ALDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By:/s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mail : ServiceMail@aldridgepite.co m 1 012-2621B June9,16,2018 NOTICEOF PUBLICAUCTION PublicNoticeisherebygiven thatACETRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMLLC,d/b/a RUSSELLSTOWING,will holdapublicauctionat8:00 A.M.,onJUNE29,2018,at: 272013thStreet,St.Cloud, FL34769. Pursuanttothelawsofthe statethefollowingvehicles willbesoldtothehighest bidder. 1)1998HONDA VIN:1HGEJ8145WL091472 2)2001TOYOTA VIN: 1NXBR12E52Z564912 Termsofthesalearecash andnochecksareaccepted. Sellerreservestherightto finalbid.Allsalesa refinal. Norefundswillbemade. Saleautowillbesold"asis" withnoguarantee. J une16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A CaseNo.:2017-CA-2568M F U.S.BANKTRUST,N.A., ASTRUSTEEFORLSF 9 MASTERPARTICIPATION TRUST, Plaintiff, vs. STEVEH.HOFFMAN;et.al., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderofFinalJudgment.FinalJudgmentwas awardedonJune7,2018in CivilCaseNo.2017-CA-2568 MF,oftheCircuitCourtofthe NINTHJudicialCircuit,inand forOsceolaCounty,Florida wherein,U.S.BANKTRUST N.A.,ASTRUSTEEFOR LSF9MASTERPARTICIPATIONTRUST,isthePlaintiff andSTEVEH.HOFFMAN ; YUNJUINHOFFMAN;UNKNOWNSPOUSEO F STEVEH.HOFFMAN ; BANCOPOPULAR;TRUSTWORTHYMORTGAGE CORPORATION;UNITE D STATESOFAMERICA DEPARTMENTOFTREASURY-INTERNALREVENUESERVICE;RIZZATOMASBERNALES;BELLALAGOANDISLESOFBELLALAGOCOMMUNITYASSOCIATION,INC.;ANYAND ALLUNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH UNDERANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES HEIRS,DEVISEES,GRANTEES,OROTHERCLAIMANTS,areDefendants.The ClerkoftheCourt,Armando Ramirezwillselltothe highestbidderforcashatthe OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 2600/Room#2602,Kissimmee,FL34741onJULY10 2018at11:00A.M.,ESTthe followingdescribedrealpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT34,BELLALAGO PHASE3,ACCORDINGTO THEPLATTHEREOFAS RECORDEDINPLA T BOOK17,PAGES89-91 OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTH E PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELI S PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAY S AFTERTHESALE. IMPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneeds anyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis12thdayof June2018. ALDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By: /s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mai l: ServiceMail@aldridgepite.co m 1 143-551B June16,23,2018 NOTICEOF PUBLICAUCTION ThevehiclesdescribedbelowshallbesoldatPublic Auctiononthefollowing datesat3:00P.M.,cash only.Auctiontobeheldat DELLWOODSERVICE 2112NorthMainStreet Kissimmee,Florida34744 Telephone:(407)847-2334. JULY6,2018 1)2000YAMAHA VIN:JYA5AHE08YA017964 JULY9,2018 1)2007SUZUKI VIN:KL5JD56Z57K499197 2)2006MAZDA VIN: JM1CR293760116123 JULY13,2018 1)2000NISSAN VIN: 1N6ED26T0YC322619 JULY23,2018 1)2016TOYOTA VIN:5YFBURHE7GP498764 2)2000CHRYSLER VIN:2C3HE66G9YH320621 3)2003SATURN VIN: 5GZCZ63B33S805243 June16,2018 LEGALNOTICE TheIDEAGrantapplication isbeingformulatedfor OsceolaDistrictSchools.To provideinput,pleasecall LindaSchroder-Kingat(407) 343-8718. June2,7,9,14,16,21,23, 28,30,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHE9thJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A CIVILDIVISIO N Case#:2017-CA-002525MF BANKUNITED,N.A., Plaintiff, vs. MURRAYADRIANPEA COCK,A/K/AM.PEACOCK ; UNKNOWNSPOUSEO F MURRAYADRIANPEA COCK,A/K/AM.PEACOCK ; STATEOFFLORIDADEPARTMENTOFREVENUE ; CLERKOFTHECOURT OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA;CHATHAMPARK HOMEOWNER'SASSOCIATION,INC;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSES SIONOFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY, Defendants. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosurefile d May29,2018,andenteredin CaseNo.2017-CA-002525 MF,oftheCircuitCourtofthe 9thJudicialCircuitinandfor OSCEOLACounty,Florida whereinBANKUNITED,N.A. isPlaintiff,andMURRAY ADRIANPEACOCK,A/K/A M.PEACOCK;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFMURRAY ADRIANPEACOCK,A/K/A M.PEACOCK;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSES SIONOFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY;STATEOF FLORIDADEPARTMENT OFREVENUE;CLERKOF THECOURT,OSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA ; CHATHAMPARKHOM E OWNER'SASSOCIATION INC.,aretheDefendants ARMANDORAMIREZ,the ClerkoftheCircuitCourt,will selltothehighestandbest bidderforcashINSUITE 2600/ROOM2602OFTHE OSCEOLACOUNTY COURTHOUSE,at2 COURTHOUSESQUARE KISSIMMEEinOSCEOLA County,FLORIDA34741,at 11:00A.M.,onthe10thday ofJULY,2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT93,CHATHAMPARK ATSAUSALITO,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK6,PAGE136 OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. Apersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,ifyouareapersonwith adisabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. DATEDonthis13thdayof June2018. By: /s/StephanieSimmonds StephanieSimmonds,Esq. Bar.No.:8540 4 Submittedby: Kahane&Associates,P.A. 8201PetersRoad, Suite3000 Plantation,FL33324 Telephone:(954)382-3486 Telefacsimile:(954)382-5380 Designatedserviceemail: notice@kahaneandassociates.com FileNo.17-02280BU June16,23,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof : EXPRESS HANDYMENSERVICES locatedat:8926Tiberia n Drive,Apt.#104,inth e CountyofOsceola,inthe CityofKissimmee,Florida 34747,intendstoregisterthe saidnamewiththeDivision ofCorporationsoftheFloridaDepartmentofState,Tallahassee,Florida. Thatthepartyinterestedin saidbusinessenterpriseisas follows: NILDAVELEZ DATEDatKissimmee OsceolaCounty,Floridaon this11thdayofJune,2018 June16,2018 NOTICEOF PUBLICAUCTION Thefollowingvehicleswill besoldatauctionfreeofall priorliensforcash. 1)2005NissanSentra 4Door-Silver VIN: 3N1CB51D15L507752 SaleDate:JUNE28,2018 SaleTime: 10:00A.M. SaleLocation: MagicTows, LLC.-1201SawdustTrailKissimmee,Florida34744 June16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHE9thJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A CIVILDIVISIO N Case#:2017-CA-002478MF WELLSFARGOBANK NATIONALASSOCIATION ASTRUSTEEFORSECURITIZEDASSETBACKEDRECEIVABLESLLCTRUST 2006-FR1MORTGAG E PASS-THROUGHCERTI FICATES,SERIES2006FR1, Plaintiff, vs. HENRYM.ECHEVARRIA ; UNKNOWNSPOUSEO F HENRYM.ECHEVARRIA ; UNKNOWNPERSON(S)IN POSSESSIONOFTHE SUBJECTPROPERTY, Defendant. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosurefile d June7,2018,andenteredin CaseNo.2017-CA-002478 MF,oftheCircuitCourtofthe 9thJudicialCircuitinandfor OSCEOLACounty,Florida whereinWELLSFARGO BANK,NATIONALASSOCIATIONASTRUSTEEFOR SECURITIZEDASSE T BACKEDRECEIVABLE S LLCTRUST2006-FR1 MORTGAGEPASS THROUGHCERTIFICATES SERIES2006-FR1,is Plaintiff,andHENRYM ECHEVARRIA;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFHENRYM ECHEVARRIA;UNKNOWN PERSON(S)INPOSSES SIONOFTHESUBJECT PROPERTY,areDefend ants.ARMANDORAMIREZ theClerkoftheCircuitCourt willselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashI N SUITE2600/ROOM2602OF THEOSCEOLACOUNT Y COURTHOUSE,at2 COURTHOUSESQUARE KISSIMMEEinOSCEOLA County,FLORIDA34741,at 11:00A.M.,onthe10thday ofJULY,2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT318,INDIANRIDGE VILLASPHASE3,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOFRECORDEDIN PLATBOOK9,PAGE70 AND71,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. Apersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,ifyouareapersonwith adisabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto partic ipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. DATEDonthis13thdayof June2018. By: /s/StephanieSimmonds StephanieSimmonds,Esq. Bar.No.:8540 4 Submittedby: Kahane&Associates,P.A. 8201PetersRoad, Suite3000 Plantation,FL33324 Telephone:(954)382-3486 Telefacsimile:(954)382-5380 Designatedserviceemail: notice@kahaneandassociates.com FileNo.17-02113SPS June16,23,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE On07/01/2018at09:0 0 A.M.,anauctionwilltake placeat1720ALEXANDER ST.,KISSIMMEE,FL34746 Thevehicleswhichwillbe auctionedinclude: 1)2004SATURN VIN:1G8AW12F44Z193145 Pleasebeadvised,perF.S 713.78thatanewspaperad mustbepublishedfor1day inanewspaperofgeneral circulation(dailyorweekly circulation)whichhasbeenin circulationforatleast1year Theadvertisementmustbe publishedatleast10calendardayspriortothedateof sale,inanewspaperofgeneralcirculationinthecounty inwhichthesaleistobe held.The10calendardays donotincludethedateofthe advertisementnorthedateof thesale. June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE Noticeisherebygiventhat thefollowingvehicleswillbe soldatpublicauctionpursuanttoF.S.713.78onthesale datesatthelocationsbelow at9:00a.m.tosatisfytowing andstoragecharges. 2013TOYOTA 2T3ZFREV0DW009698 SaleDate: 07/03/2018 Location: Florida'sTowing CareLLC.,3963Pemberly PinesCit,SaintCloud,FL 34769 Lienorsreservetherightto bid. June16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2018-CP-0339-O Division:___ INRE:ESTATEOF GRACEL.MIRAGLIA, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateof GRACEL. MIRAGLIA ,deceased, whosedateofdeathwas March30,2018,ispendingin theCircuitCourtforOsceola County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,FL34741.The namesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativ eand thepersonalrepresentative's attorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeserved,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingcl aimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:June16, 2018. Signedonthis7 thdayof May2018. / s/CarmelaM.Miraglia CARMELAM.MIRAGLIA PersonalRepresentative 30TriangleCircle Sandwich,Massachusetts 02563 /s/ChristopherG.Jones ChristopherG.Jones Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative FloridaBarNo.0119040 GILES&ROBINSON,P.A. 445WestColonialDrive Orlando,Florida32804 Telephone:(407)425-3591 Email: ChrisJones@GilesRobinson. com SecondaryEmail: LindaWyatt@GilesRobinson. com June16,23,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION File#:2018-CP-000235PR Division:22 INRE:ESTATEOF CARLOSALBERTODIAZ, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateof CARLOSALBERTODIAZ, deceased, whosedateofdeathwas December9,2015,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOSCEOLACounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee, Florida34741.Thenames andaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativea ndthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclai msordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:June9, 2018. P ersonalReprese ntative: N ancyDiaz 4716DoyleDrive Kissimmee,Florida34758 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: /s/MaureenA.Arago MAUREENA.ARAGO, Attorney FloridaBarNumber:835821 AragoLawFirm,PLLC 230E.MonumentAvenue SuiteA Kissimmee,FL34741 Telephone:(407)344-1185 Fax:(407)350-3985 E-Mail:maureenarago@ aragolaw.com June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A PROBATEDIVISIO N CaseNo:2016-CP-0732PR INRE:ESTATEOF TIMOTHYERICLITTLE, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe ESTATEOFTIMOTHYERIC LITTLE,deceased,whose dateofdeathwasFebruary 8,2016,ispendinginthe CircuitCourtforOsceol a County,Florida,ProbateDivision,FileNumber2016-CP0732PR,theaddresso f whichis2Courthous e Square,Kissimmee,Florida 34741.Thenamesandaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonal representatives'attorneyare setforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonswhohave claimsordemandsagainst thedecedentsestate,includingunmatured,contingent,or unliquidatedclaims,andwho havebeenservedacopyo f thisnotice,mustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHINTHELATEROFTHREE (3)MONTHSAFTERTHE DATEOFFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR THIRTY(30)DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOF ACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons whohaveclaimsorde mandsagainstthede cedentsestate,includingunmatured,contingent,orunliquidatedclaims,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF THREE(3)MONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE ALLOBJECTIONSNOTSO FILEDWILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:June16 2018. PersonalRepresentative : /s/HeidrunCoo k HeidrunCook 1497CrestridgeDrive Kissimmee,Florida3474 6 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: CARPENTERLAW,P.A. 222SouthVernonAvenue Kissimmee,Florida34741 (407)343-7737 joy@carpenterlawpa.com By: /s/W.JoyCarpenter W.JoyCarpenter FloridaBarNo.:080225 June16,23,2018 NOTICEOF SHERIFFSSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN ThatpursuanttoaWritof Execution(s)issuedonthe 6THdayofMARCH,2018 A.D.issuedintheCOUNTY CourtofOSCEOLA COUNTY,Florida,inthe causewhereinCACHLLCis plaintiff,andGEORGE ALMODOVARis/aredefendant(s),being CaseNO.2015CC-147CL insaidCourtI, RussellGibson,asSheriffof OsceolaCounty,Florida, havelevieduponalltheright, titleandinterestofthe defendant(s)GEORGE ALMODOVARinandtothe follo wingdescribedPERSONALpropertytowit; 2008WhiteMercedesBenz GL4504MATIC V IN#4JGBF71E08A322729 Onthe3rddayofJULY2018 A.D.attheKISSIMMEE AUTOSALVAGEintheCity ofKISSIMMEEFlorida 34741,atthehourof11:00 A.M.,oclockorassoon thereafteraspossible,IRussellGibson,SheriffofOsceolaCounty,willofferforsale allofthesaiddefendants GEORGEALMODOVAR right,titleandinterestin aforesaidpropertyatpublic outcryandwillsellthesame, sub jecttoalltaxes,prior liens,encumbrancesand judgments,ifany,tothe highestandbestbidderor biddersforCASHINHAND. Notimewillbeallowedfor anyonetoleavethepremises toacquireadditionalfunds. Theproceedstobeapplied asfarasmaybetothepaymentofcostsandthesatisfactionoftheabove-describedexecution. R ussellGibson SHERIFFOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA BY:__________, LTDANWEIS Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,Person swithdisabilities needingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthis proceedingshouldcontact theOsceolaCountySheriffs Officeat2601EastIrloBronsonMemorialHighway, Kissimmee,Florida,347444455,Telephone(407)3482222,notlaterthanseven dayspriortotheproceeding. Ifhearingisimpaired,(TDD) 1-800-955-8771orVoice(V) 1-800-955-6770,viaFlorida RelayService. J une9,16,23,30,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHENINTHJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFOROSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA CIVILACTIONNo.:2009-CA-11781. THEBANKOFNEWYORKMELLON,F/K/ATHEBANKOF NEWYORK,ASTRUSTEEFORTHECERTIFICATEHOLDERSCWALT,INC.,ALTERNATIVELOANTRUST2006HY-13,MORTGAGETHROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES 2006-HY-13, Plaintiff, vs. THOMASMEURY,A/K/ATHOMASWILLIAMMEURY; CELEBRATIONRESIDENTIALOWNERSASSOCIATION, INC.;MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS, INCORPORATEDASNOMINEEFORCOUNTRYWIDEBANK,N.A.;KELLYMCCARTHY,A/K/AKELLYMARIE MCCARTHY;UNKNOWNSPOUSEOFKELLYMCCARTHY, A/K/AKELLYMARIEMCCARTHY;UNKNOWNTENANTIN POSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY, D efendant(s). NOTICEOFFORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuanttoaFinalSummary JudgmentofForeclosuredatedMay29,2018,andenteredin CASENO:2009-CA-11781,oftheCircuitCourtofthe9thJudicialCircuitinandforOsceolaCounty,Florid awhereinTHE BANKOFNEWYORKMELLON,F/K/ATHEBANKOFNEW YORK,ASTRUSTEEFORTHECERTIFICATEHOLDERS CWALT,INC.,ALTERNATIVELOANTRUST2006-HY-13, MORTGAGETHROUGHCERTIFICATES,SERIES2006-HY13,isthePlaintiff,andTHOMASMEURY,A/K/ATHOMAS WILLIAMMEURY;CELEBRATIONRESIDENTIALOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.;MORTGAGEELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INCORPORATEDASNOMINEEFOR COUNTRYWIDEBANK,N.A.;KELLYMCCARTHYA/K/A KELLYMARIEMCCARTHY;UNKNOWN SPOUSEOFKELLY MCCARTHYA/K/AKELLYMARIEMCCARTHY;UNKNOWN TENANTINPOSSESSIONOFTHESUBJECTPROPERTY, aretheDefendants,theclerkwillselltothehighestandbest bidderforcash,atSuite2600/Room2602oftheOsceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee,FL 34741onthe30thdayofOCTOBER,2018at11:00am,the followingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinalJudgment: LOT301OFCELEBRATIONNORTHVILLAGEUNIT2 ACCORDINGTOTHEPLATTHEREOFAS RECORDEDIN PLATBOOK9,PAGE(S)165THROUGH180,INCLUSIVE, OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUS OFTHESALE,IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNER,ASOFTHEDATEOFTHELISPENDENS,MUST FILEACLAIMWITHINSIXTY(60)DAYSAFTERTHESALE. I fyouareapersonwithadisabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinacourtproceedingorevent,you areentitled,atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertai nassistance.PleasecontactADACoordinator,CourtAdministration, OsceolaCountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,FL34741,(407)742-2417,Fax#:407-8355079,atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingnotificationifthetimebeforethe scheduledcourtappearanceislessthan7days.Ifyouare hearingorvoiceimpaired,call711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. T his4thdayofJu ne,2018. Respectfully, /s/DebbieSatyal DebbieSatyal Fla.BarNo.70531 AdamsandReese,LLP 350E.LasOlasBoulevard,Suite1110 FortLauderdale,FL33301 Direct:954.541.5390 June9,16,2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING The City Commission of the City of Kissimmee, Florida will meet on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers, Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida, to hear the FIRST READING and will meet on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. to hear the SECOND AND FINAL READING and consider the passage of the proposed ordinance as set forth below. The proposed Ordinance may be inspected in the Ofce of the City Clerk at the Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida. All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above dates. PROPOSED ORDINANCE #18-06AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE; TITLE VI FIRE AND HEALTH; CHAPTER 6-1 FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION, REPEALING SECTIONS 6-1-1 THROUGH 6-1-99 AND SUBSTITUTING 6-1-1 THROUGH 6-1-35, REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.CITY COMMISSION KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105: ANY PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE CITY COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS MADE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.26, PERSONS NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK 407-518-2308 AT 101 CHURCH STREET, KISSIMMEE, FL 34741, PRIOR TO THE MEETING (FS 286.26). June 16, 2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING The City Commission of the City of Kissimmee, Florida will meet on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers, Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida, to hear the FIRST READING and will meet on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. to hear the SECOND AND FINAL READING and consider the passage of the proposed ordinance as set forth below. The proposed Ordinance may be inspected in the Ofce of the City Clerk at the Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida. All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above dates. PROPOSED ORDINANCE #18-07AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE; REPEALING SECTION 8-1-1 THROUGH 8-1-49 AND APPENDIXES A AND B, RENUMBERING 8-1-60 THROUGH 8-1-67 TO 14-2-66 STUBSECTION B SUBSTITUTING 8-1-1 THROUGH 8-1-30 AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. CITY COMMISSION KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105: ANY PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE CITY COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS MADE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.26, PERSONS NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK 407-518-2308 AT 101 CHURCH STREET, KISSIMMEE, FL 34741, PRIOR TO THE MEETING (FS 286.26). June 16, 2018

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Page 20 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A Case#:2016-CA-002812MF DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONALTRUSTCOMPANY,AS TRUSTEEFORARGEN T SECURITIESINC.,ASSETBACKEDPASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-W4, Plaintiff, vs. DAVIDMICHAELCARVER A/K/ADAVIDCARVER A/K/ADAVIDM.CARVER ; VERAE.CARVER,A/K/A VERACARVER,etal, Defendants RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated August24,2017,and enteredinCaseNo.2016CA-002812MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNinthJudicialCircuitinandfo r OSCEOLACounty,Florida DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONALTRUSTCOMPANY,AS TRUSTEEFORARGEN T SECURITIESINC.,ASSETBACKEDPASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2005-W4,isPlaintiff,and DAVIDMICHAELCARVER A/K/ADAVIDCARVER A/K/ADAVIDM.CARVER ; VERAE.CARVER,A/K/A VERACARVER;FLORIDA HOUSINGFINANCECORPORATION;ASSOCIATION OFPOINCIANAVILLAGES INC.;POINCIANAVILLAGE TWOASSOCIATION,INC areDefendants.Armando Ramirez,ClerkofCircuit CourtforOSCEOLA,County Floridawillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcas h SUITE2600/ROOM2602of theOSCEOLACountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare Kissimmee,at11:00a.m.,on the10thdayofJULY,2018 thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT7,BLOCK1334,POINCIANAVILLAGE2,NEIGHBORHOOD3,ACCORDING TOTHEPLATTHEREOF ASRECORDEDINPLAT BOOK3,PAGES10 9 THROUGH119,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSO F OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate oftheLisPendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinacourtproceeding orevent,youareentitled,at nocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance PleasecontactOsceol a County:ADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,FL34741 (407)742-2417,Fax#:407835-5079,atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduledcourtappearance,orimmediatel y uponreceivingnotificationif thetimebeforethescheduledcourtappearanceisless than7days.Ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call 711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. Dated:June8,2018. VANNESSLAWFIRM,PLC 1239E.NewportCenter Drive,Suite110,Deerfield Beach,Florida33442 Ph:(954)571-2031 PRIMARYEMAIL: Pleadings@vanlawfl.com /s/CalishaA.Francis CalishaA.Francis,Esquire FloridaBar#:96348 Email: CFrancis@vanlawfl.com J une16,23,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE KISSIMMEEAUTOSALVAGEgivesNoticeofForeclosureofLienandintentto sellthesevehiclesonJUNE 30,2018,at8:00A.M.,1400 HarrelsonLane,Kissimmee, Florida34741;(407-8475197),pursuanttosubsection713.78oftheFlorida Statutes. KISSIMMEEAUTOSALVAGEreservestherightto acceptorrejectanyand/orall bids. 1)1993TOYOTA VIN: 1NXAE04E8PZ014593 June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE FELDWRECKERSERVICE givesNoticeofForeclosure ofLienandintenttosell thesevehiclesonthefollowingdatesat8:00a.m.,JUNE 29,2018,at907Garden Street,Kissimmee,FL 34744-1405,pursuanttosubsection713.78oftheFlorida Statutes. FELDWRECKERSERVICE reservestherighttoaccept orrejectanyand/orallbids. 1)1999HONDA VIN:JH2PC2132XM901407 June16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A Case#:2013-CA-003161MF WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A., Plaintiff, vs. LUISNIEVES-COLON, A/K/ALUISNIEVES;et.al., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderResetting SaleenteredonApril11, 2018,inCivilCaseNo.2013CA-003161MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNINTHJudicialCircuitinandforOsceola County,Florida,wherein, WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A., isthePlaintiff,andLUIS NIEVES-COLON,A/K/A LUISNIEVES;ALBA RODRIGUEZ;CYPRESS RESERVEATFLORA RIDGEHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONINC;UNKNOWNTENANT1,N/K/A ADATSE;ANYANDALL UNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY ,THROUGH, UNDERANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES, HEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,OROTHER CLAIMANTS,areDefendants.TheClerkoftheCourt, ArmandoRamirez,willsellto thehighestbidderforcashat OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 2600/Room#2602,Kissimmee,FL34741,onJULY10, 2018,at11:00A.M.,ESTthe followingdescribe drealpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT100,OFCYPRESS RESERVEPHASE1,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK16,PAGE 108,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. I MPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinorder toparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator, CourtAdministration, OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoi ceimpaired,call711toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis1stdayof June2018. A LDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By: /s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mail: ServiceMail@aldridgepite. com 1175-3576B June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A Case#:2016-CA-001462MF CITIMORTGAGE,INC., Plaintiff, vs. EDWINFONTANEZ;etal., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderResetting SaleenteredonApril11 2018inCivilCaseNo.2016CA-001462MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNINTHJudicialCircuitinandforOsceola County,Florida,wherein CITIMORTGAGE,INC.,is thePlaintiff,andEDWIN FONTANEZ;WALQUIRIAT FONTANEZ;POINCIAN A VILLAGEFIVEASSOCI ATION,INC.;ASSOCIATIONOFPOINCIANAVILLAGES,INC.;UNKNOWN TENANT1;UNKNOW N TENANT2;ANYANDALL UNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH UNDERANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES HEIRS,DEVISEES GRANTEES,OROTHE R CLAIMANTS,areDefendants.TheClerkoftheCourt ArmandoRamirez,willsellto thehighestbidderforcashat 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 2600/Room#2602,Kissimmee,FL34741onJULY10 2018,at11:00A.M.,ESTthe followingdescribedrealpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT13,BLOCK2127,OF POINCIANANEIGHBOR HOOD1VILLAGE5,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK3,PAGE 144-158,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTH E PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELI S PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAY S AFTERTHESALE. IMPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis4thdayof June2018. ALDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By: /s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mai l: ServiceMail@aldridgepite.co m 1 468-699B June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. CASENO. : 49-2015-CA-001438M F WILMINGTONTRUST,NA SUCCESSORTRUSTEETO CITIBANK,N.A.,ASTRUSTEE,F/B/OHOLDERSOF STRUCTUREDASSET MORTGAGEINVESTMENTSIIINC.,BEARSTEARNSALT-ATRUST20068,MORTGAGEPASSTHROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES2006-8, Plaintiff, vs. ILIANARUIZRODRIGUEZ, A/K/AILIANARUIZRODRIGUEZ,ETAL, Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttotheFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated May23,2018,intheabove action,theOsceolaCounty ClerkofCourtwillselltothe highestbidderforcashat Osceola,Florida,on SEPTEMBER20,2018,at 11:00A .M.,at2Courthouse Square,Suite2600,Kissimmee,FL34741forthefollowingdescribedproperty: Lot10,ofAnthemPark Phase2,accordingtothe Platthereof,asrecordedin PlatBook19,atPage53 and54,ofthePublicRecordsofOsceolaCounty, Florida. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithinsixty(60)days afterthesale.TheCourt,in itsdiscretion,may enlarge thetimeofthesale.Noticeof thechangedtimeofsale shallbepublishedas providedherein. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontactADACoordinator OsceolaCounty,CourtAdministrationat(407)7422417,Fax#:407-835-5079 oratctadmd2@ocnjcc.org, OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquar e,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,FL34741 atleast7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. T rombergLawGroup,P.A. AttorneyforPlaintiff 1515SouthFederal Highway,Suite100 BocaRaton,FL33432 Telephone#:561-338-4101 Fax#:561-338-4077 Email:eservice@tromberglawgroup.com By: /s/MistySheets Mist ySheets,Esq. FBN81731 OurCase#:15-000853 June9,16,2018 INTHECOUNTYCOURT OFTHE9thJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2015-CC-001730 HARMONYRESIDENTIAL OWNERSASSOCIATION, INC.,anot-for-profitFlorida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. BERNARDLANDRYWALSH III;CHRISTINAOWEN WALSH;ANDUNKNOWN TENANT(S), Defendants. NOTICEOFSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN that,pursuanttotheFinal Judgmententeredinthis cause,intheCountyCourtof OsceolaCounty,Florida,ArmandoRamirez,Clerkof Court,willsellallthep ropertysituatedinOsceola County,Floridadescribedas: Lot171,BIRCHWOOD NEIGHBORHOODC-2,accordingtothePlatthereof asrecordedinPlatBook 17,Pages10-11,ofthe PublicRecordsofOsceola County,Florida,andany subsequentamendments totheaforesaid A/K/A6979BluestemRoad, Harmony,FL34773 atpublicsale,tothehighest andbestbidder,forcash,in Suite2660/Room#2602,of theOsceolacountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare at11:00A.M.onJULY10, 2 018. IFTHISPROPERTYIS SOLDATPUBLICAUCTION,THEREMAYBEADDITIONALMONEYFROM THESALEAFTERPAYMENTOFPERSONSWHO AREENTITLEDTOBEPAID FROMTHESALEPROCEEDSPURSUANTTO THISFINALJUDGMENT. IFYOUAREASUBORDINATELIENHOLDERCLAIMINGARIGHTTOFUNDS REMAININGAFTERTHE SALE,YOUMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHTHECLERK NOLATERTHAN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE.IFYOU FAILTOFILEACLAIM, YOUWILLNOTBEENTITLEDTOANYREMAININGFUNDS. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywh oneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.Pleasecontact:CourtAdministrationat 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,Telephone:(407) 742-2417,withintwo(2)workingdaysofyourreceiptof thisNoticeofSale;ifyouare hearingorvoiceimpaired, call1-800-955-8771. M ANKINLAWGROUP By: /s/BrandonK.Mullis BRANDONK.MULLIS,ESQ. Att orneyforPlaintiff E-Mail:Service@MankinLawGroup.com 2535LandmarkDrive, Suite212 Clearwater,FL33761 (727)725-0559 FBN:23217 June9,16,2018 INTHECOUNTYCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITINAN D FOROSEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A CaseNo.:2017-CC-1962MF SOPHIEWAYHOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC., Plaintiff, vs. ZOILAMOLLETURO, Defendant. NOTICEOFSALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NoticeisgiventhatpursuanttotheFinalJudgmentof ForeclosuredatedJune7 2018,inCaseNo.2017-CC001962,oftheCountyCourt inandforOsceolaCounty Florida,inwhichSOPHIE WAYHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.,isthe Plaintiff,andZoilaMolleturo istheDefendant,theClerkof theCourtshallsellthepropertyatpublicsaleonJULY 31,2018,at11:00a.m. accordingtoAdministrative Order201-01,attheOsceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Suite2000 Room2602.Kissimmee Florida34741,inaccordancewithSection45.031 Fla.Stat.Thefollowingdescribedpropertysetforthin theOrderofFinalJudgment : Lot21,WESTMINSTER GARDENS,PHASE2,accordingtotheplatthereof asrecordedinPlatBook7 atPage116,ofthePublic RecordsofOsceol a County,Florida; A/K/A PropertyAddress: 1437SophieWay, Kissimmee,Florida34744. AnyPersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. IFYOUAREAPERSON WITHADISABILITYWHO NEEDSANYACCOMMODATIONINORDERTOPARTICIPATEINTHISPROCEEDING,YOUAREENTITLED ATNOCOSTTOYOU,TO THEPROVISIONOFCERTAINASSISTANCE PLEASECONTACTCOURT ADMINISTRATION,2 COURTHOUSESQUARE SUITE6300,KISSIMMEE FLORIDA34741,TELEPHONE:(407)742-2417 WITHIN7WORKINGDAYS OFYOURRECEIPTO F THISNOTICEOFSALE;IF YOUAREHEARINGO R VOICEIMPAIRED,CALL1800-955-8771. DATED:June8,2018. By: /s/AlanSchwartzsei d AlanSchwartzseid,Esquire FloridaBarNo.5712 4 CLAYTON&MCCULLOH 1065MaitlandCenter CommonsBlvd. Maitland,Florida32751 Telephone:(407)875-2655 June16,23,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2017-CA-2416MF ANTHEMPARKMASTER HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC., Plaintiff, vs. JOSEL.SALAS,DOLLY SILVAandUNKNOWN PARTIESINPOSSESSION, N/K/AHELENSALAS, Defendants. NOTICEOFSALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NoticeisgiventhatpursuanttotheFinalJudgmentof ForeclosuredatedJune7, 2018,inCaseNo.2017-CA2416-MF,oftheCounty CourtinandforOsceola County,Flor ida,wherein ANTHEMPARKMASTER HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.,isthePlaintiff, andJOSEL.SALAS,DOLLY SILVAandUNKNOWN PARTIESINPOSSESSION, N/K/AHELENSALAS,are theDefendants.TheClerkof Courtwillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashat Suite2600/Room2602of theOsceolaCountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare, at11:00a.m.,onJULY10, 2018,thefollowingdescribedpropertysetforthin theOrderofFinalJudgment: Lot499,ANTHEMPARKPHASE3B,acc ordingto thePlatthereofasrecordedinPlatBook20,Pages 90through93,inclusive,of thePublicRecordsof OsceolaCounty,Florida. AnyPersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. IFYOUAREAPERSON WITHADISABILITYWHO NEEDSANYACCOMMODATIONINORDERTOPARTICIPATEINTHISPROCEEDING,YOUAREENTITLED, ATNOCOSTTOYOU,TO THEPROVISION OFCERTAINASSISTANCE. PLEASECONTACTTHE ADACOORDINATOR, COURTADMINISTRATION, OSCEOLACOUNTY COURTHOUSE,2COURTHOUSESQUARE,SUITE 6300,KISSIMMEE,FL 34741,(407)742-2417AT LEASTSEVENDAYSBEFOREYOURSCHEDULED COURTAPPEARANCE,OR IMMEDIATELYUPONRECEIVINGTHISNOTIFICATIONIFTHETIMEBFORE THESCHEDULEDAPPEARANCEISLESSTHAN SEVENDAYS;IFYOUARE HEARINGORVOICEIMPAIRED,CALL711. D ATED:June8,2018. By: /s/CarlosR.Arias CARLOSR.ARIAS,E squire F loridaBarNo.:820911 ARIASBOSINGER,PLLC 140NorthWestmonteDrive Suite203 AltamonteSprings,FL32714 (407)636-2549 June16,23,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION File#:2018-CP-000155PR Division:22 INRE:ESTATEOF LUCRECIADEL CARMENDEBATISTA, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofLUCRECIADEL CARMENDEBATISTA, deceased,whosedateof deathwasSeptember25, 2017,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforOSCEOLA County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741. Thenamesandadd ressesof thepersonalrepresentative andthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthed ecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisno ticeis:June9, 2018. P ersonalRepresentative: RafaelaBatista 2463AugustaWay Kissimmee,Florida34746 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: /s/MaureenA.Arago MAUREENA.ARAGO, Attorney FloridaBarNumber:835821 AragoLawFirm,PLLC 230E.MonumentAvenue SuiteA Kissimmee,FL34741 Telephone:(407)344-1185 Fax:(407)350-3985 E-Mail:maureenarago@ aragolaw.com June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION File#:2018-CP-0000358PR Division:_____. INRE:ESTATEOF JOSEA.ROSADO, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofJOSEA.ROSADO, deceased,whosedateof deathwasMarch28,2018,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee, Florida34741.Thenames andaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICAT IONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAI MFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeiss:June9, 2018. P ersonalRepresentative: /s/EdwinRosado EDWINROSADO 10502ChambersDrive Tampa,Florida33626 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: /s/TimothyL.Finkenbinder TimothyL.Finkenbinder Attorney FloridaBarNo.:0025480 100ChurchStreet Kissimmee,Florida34741 Telephone:(407)847-5151 Fax:(407)847-3353 E-Mail: tfinkenbind er@kisslawyer.co m S econdaryE-Mail: tmorgan@kisslawyer.com June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. CaseNo.:2018-DR-1052D S Division:____. ROYKELLEYJR,, Petitioner, and SANDRAE.KELLEY, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTION FORDISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE (NOCHILDOR FINANCIALSUPPORT) TO:SandraE.Kelley 3705BigBassRoad Kissimmee,Florida34744 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarere quiredtoserveacopyof yourwrittendefenses,ifany to MicheleA.Lebron,Esq. whoseaddressis:P.O.Box 450056,Kissimmee,F L 34745,onorbeforeJULY13 2018,andfiletheoriginal withtheclerkofthiscourtat OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741, beforeserviceonPetitioner orimmediatelythereafter.If youfailtodoso,adefault maybeenteredagainstyou forthereliefdemandedinthe petitio. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthiscase,including orders,areavailableatthe ClerkoftheCircuitCourtsoffice.Youmayreviewthese documentsuponrequest. YoumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourt'sofficenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress. (YoumayfileDesig nationof CurrentMailingandE-Mail Address,FloridaSupreme CourtApprovedFamilyLaw Form12.915).Futurepapers inthislawsuitwillbemailed ore-mailedtotheaddresson recordattheclerksoffice. WARNING: Rule12.285, FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation. Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,includingdismissalorstrikingofpleadings. D ATED:June4,2018. (CIRCUITCOURTSEAL) AR MANDORAMIREZ CLERKoftheCircuitCourt By:/s/S.C. AsDeputyClerk June9,16,23,30,2018 LEGAL AD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The St. Cloud City Council will hold a public hearing on June 28, 2018 at 6:30 p.m., in the St. Cloud City Council Chambers, City Hall (3rd Floor) 1300 Ninth Street, St. Cloud, Florida, regarding the sale of the Citys interest in five parcels of vacant real property totaling approximately 51.028 acres located in Osceola County and described as follows: Parcel ID: Acres (+/-) Address & Legal Description 152630072500010140 4.918 3148 Bailey Rd, St. Cloud, FL SL & IC PB B PG 6 LOT 14 ORD #2006-162 102630072500010630 17.7 2250 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL S L & I C PB B PG 1 LOTS 63, 64, 66 & 79 LESS N 30 FT OF LOTS 63 & 64 ORD #2006-124 102630072500010820 4.98 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL S.L. & I.C. PB B PG 1 LOT 82 ORD #2006-124 102630072500010950 5.02 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL SL & IC PB B PG 1 LOT 95 ORD #2006-124 102630072500010650 18.41 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL SL & IC PB B PG 1 LOTS 65, 80, 81 & 96 ORD #2006-124 The names and addresses of parties in interest: CITY OF ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA, 1300 Ninth Street, St. Cloud, FL 34769 as prospective Seller and GALLERIA AT CANOE CREEK, LLC, whose address is 97 Hickory Tree Road, Longwood, FL 32750 as prospective buyer. The Citys estimate of the fair market value of the value of the unimproved property is $2,330,000.00. The proposed sale amount for the property to the above-referenced prospective buyer is $2,330,000. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing accommodations to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk as listed below, prior to the meeting. (FS 266.26). Linda Jaworski, City Clerk 2915 17th Street St. Cloud, FL 407/957-7348 June 16, 2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA Case#:2013-CA-003161MF WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A., Plaintiff, vs. LUISNIEVES-COLON, A/K/ALUISNIEVES;et.al., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderResetting SaleenteredonApril11, 2018,inCivilCaseNo.2013CA-003161MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNINTHJudicialCircuitinandforOsceola County,Florida,wherein, WELLSFARGOBANK,N.A., isthePlaintiff,andLUIS NIEVES-COLON,A/K/A LUISNIEVES;ALBA RODRIGUEZ;CYPRESS RESERVEATFLORA RIDGEHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONINC;UNKNOWNTENANT1,N/K/A ADATSE;ANYANDALL UNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH, UNDERANDAG AINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES, HEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,OROTHER CLAIMANTS,areDefendants.TheClerkoftheCourt, ArmandoRamirez,willsellto thehighestbidderforcashat OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 2600/Room#2602,Kissimmee,FL34741,onJULY10, 2018,at11:00A.M.,ESTthe followingdescribedrealpropertyasset forthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT100,OFCYPRESS RESERVEPHASE1,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK16,PAGE 108,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. I MPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthi sproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator, CourtAdministration, OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711 toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis1stdayof June2018. A LDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By: /s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mail: ServiceMail@aldridgepite. com 1175-3576B June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. CaseNo.:2018-DR-1052DS Division:____. ROYKELLEYJR,, Petitioner, and SANDRAE.KELLEY, Respondent. NOTICEOFACTION FORDISSOLUTION OFMARRIAGE (NOCHILDOR FINANCIALSUPPORT) TO:SandraE.Kelley 3705BigBassRoad Kissimmee,Florida34744 YOUARENOTIFIEDthatan actionhasbeenfiledagainst youandthatyouarerequiredtoserveacopyof yourwrittendefenses,ifany, to Michele A.Lebron,Esq., whoseaddressis:P.O.Box 450056,Kissimmee,FL 34745,onorbeforeJULY13, 2018,andfiletheoriginal withtheclerkofthiscourtat OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741 beforeserviceonPetitioner orimmediatelythereafter.If youfailtodoso,adefault maybeenteredagainstyou forthereliefdemandedinthe petitio. Copiesofallcourtdocumentsinthiscase,including orders,areavailableatthe ClerkoftheCircuitCourtsoffice.Youmayreviewthese documentsuponrequest. YoumustkeeptheClerkof theCircuitCourt'sofficenotifiedofyourcurrentaddress (YoumayfileDesignationof CurrentMailingandE-Mail Address,FloridaSupreme CourtApprovedFamilyLaw Form12.915).Futurepapers inthislawsuitwillbemailed ore-mailedtotheaddresson recordattheclerksoffice. WARNING: Rule12.285 FloridaFamilyLawRulesof Procedure,requirescertain automaticdisclosureof documentsandinformation Failuretocomplycanresult insanctions,includingdismissalorstrikingofpleadings. DATED:June4,2018. (CIRCUITCOURTSEAL) ARMANDORAMIRE Z CLERKoftheCircuitCourt By:/s/S.C AsDeputyCler k June9,16,23,30,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA Case#:2016-CA-001462MF CITIMORTGAGE,INC., Plaintiff, vs. EDWINFONTANEZ;etal., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thatsalewillbemadepursuanttoanOrderResetting SaleenteredonApril11, 2018inCivilCaseNo.2016CA-001462MF,oftheCircuitCourtoftheNINTHJudicialCircuitinandforOsceola County,Florida,wherei n, CITIMORTGAGE,INC.,is thePlaintiff,andEDWIN FONTANEZ;WALQUIRIAT FONTANEZ;POINCIANA VILLAGEFIVEASSOCIATION,INC.;ASSOCIATIONOFPOINCIANAVILLAGES,INC.;UNKNOWN TENANT1;UNKNOWN TENANT2;ANYANDALL UNKNOWNPARTIES CLAIMINGBY,THROUGH, UNDERANDAGAINSTTHE HEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHO ARENOTKNOWNTOBE DEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWN PARTIESMAYCLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUSES, HEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,OROTHER CLAIMANTS,areD efendants.TheClerkoftheCourt, ArmandoRamirez,willsellto thehighestbidderforcashat 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 2600/Room#2602,Kissimmee,FL34741onJULY10, 2018,at11:00A.M.,ESTthe followingdescribedrealpropertyassetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT13,BLOCK2127,OF POINCIANANEIGHBORHOOD1VILLAGE5,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK3,PAGE 144-158,OFTHEPUBLIC RECORDSOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANYPERSONCLA IMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. I MPORTANT Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator, CourtAdministration, OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suit e 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711toreachthe TelecommunicationsRelay Service. DATEDonthis4thdayof June2018. ALDRIDGE|PITE,LLP AttorneyforPlaintiff 1615SouthCongress Avenue,Suite200, DelrayBeach,FL33445 Telephone:(561)392-6391 Facsimile:(561)392-6965 By: /s/AndrewScolaro ANDREWSCOLARO,Esq. FBN#:44927 PrimaryE-Mail: ServiceMail@aldridgepit e.co m 1 468-699B June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION File#:2018-CP-0000358PR Division:_____. INRE:ESTATEOF JOSEA.ROSADO, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofJOSEA.ROSADO, deceased,whosedateof deathwasMarch28,2018,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee Florida34741.Thenames andaddressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisre quiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETH E LATEROF3MONTH S AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TI MEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeiss:June9 2018. PersonalRepresentative : /s/EdwinRosado EDWINROSADO 10502ChambersDrive Tampa,Florida3362 6 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: /s/TimothyL.Finkenbinder TimothyL.Finkenbinder Attorney FloridaBarNo.:0025480 100ChurchStreet Kissimmee,Florida34741 Telephone:(407)847-5151 Fax:(407)847-3353 E-Mail: tfinkenbinder@kisslawyer.co m SecondaryE-Mail: tmorgan@kisslawyer.com June9,16,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. CASENO.: 49-2015-CA-001438MF WILMINGTONTRUST,NA, SUCCESSORTRUSTEETO CITIBANK,N.A.,ASTRUSTEE,F/B/OHOLDERSOF STRUCTUREDASSET MORTGAGEINVESTMENTSIIINC.,BEARSTEARNSALT-ATRUST20068,MORTGAGEPASSTHROUGHCERTIFICATES, SERIES2006-8, Plaintiff, vs. ILIANARUIZRODRIGUEZ, A/K/AILIANARUIZRODRIGUEZ,ETAL, Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEI SHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttotheFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated May23,2018,intheabove action,theOsceolaCounty ClerkofCourtwillselltothe highestbidderforcashat Osceola,Florida,on SEPTEMBER20,2018,at 11:00A.M.,at2Courthouse Square,Suite2600,Kissimmee,FL34741forthefollowingdescribedproperty: Lot10,ofAnthemPark Phase2,accordingtothe Platthereof,asrecordedin PlatBook19,atPage53 and54,ofthePublicRecordsofOsceolaCounty, Florida. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithinsixty(60)days afterthesale.TheCourt,in itsdiscretion,mayenlarge thetimeofthesale.Noticeof thechangedtimeofsale shallbepublishedas providedherein. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,to theprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontactADACoordinator OsceolaCounty,CourtAdministrationat(407)7422417,Fax#:407-835-5079 oratctadmd2@ocnjcc.org, OsceolaCountyCourthouse, 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,FL34741 atleast7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance, orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call 711. T rombergLawGroup,P.A. AttorneyforPlaintiff 1515SouthFederal Highway,Suite100 BocaRaton,FL33432 Telephone#:561-338-4101 Fax#:561-338-4077 Email:eservice@tromberglawgroup.com By: /s/MistySheets MistySheets,Esq. FBN81731 OurCase#:15-000853 June9,16,2018

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 21 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHENINTHJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFOROSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA CASENO.:2017-CA-003096MF HMCASSETS,LLCSOLELYINITSCAPACITY ASSEPARATETRUSTEEFORCIVICHOLDINGS V-CTRUST, Plaintiff, vs. EVERSIERRA;DAYAMIACIEGO;DAYERSIERRA,A/K/A DAYVERSIERRA;WESTSIDEMASTERHOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.;GLOBALEQUITYMANAGEMENT FINANCING&ACQUISITIONS,LLC;GONZALOSANTIESTEBAN;ANYANDALLUNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMING BY,THROUGH,UNDER,ORAGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMED INDIVIDUALDEFENDANT(S)WHOARENOTKNOWNTO BEDEADORALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWNPARTIES MAYCLAIMANINTERESTASSPOUSES,HEIRS,DEVISEES,GRANTEES,OROTHERCLAIMANTS;UNKNOWN TENANT#1;UNKNOWNTENANT#2,whosenameis fictitioustoaccountforpartiesinpossession, Defendants. NOTICEOFFORECLOSURESALE PURSUANTTOCHAPT ER45,FLORIDASTATUTES NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENthat,pursuanttotheConsentIn RemFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosure[ConsentbyDefendant/NoteMaker,EverSierra,andDefendants,Dayami AciegoandDayerSierraa/k/aDayverSierra]datedJune7 2018,andenteredinCaseNumber2017-CA-003096MFofthe CircuitCourtoftheNinthJudicialCircuit,inandforOsceola County,FloridawhereinHMCASSETS,LLCSOLELYINITS CAPACITYASSEPARATETRUSTEEFORCIVICHOLDINGSV-CTRUST,isthePlaintiff,andEVERSIERRA ; DAYAMIACIEGO;DAYERSIERRA,A/K/ADAYVERSIERRA ; WESTSIDEMASTERHOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC. ; GLOBALEQUITYMANAGEMENT,FINANCING&ACQUISITIONS,LLC;GONZALOSANTIESTEBAN;ANYANDALLUNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMINGBY,THROUGH,UNDER,OR AGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMEDINDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)WHOARENOTKNOWNTOBEDEADOR ALIVE,WHETHERSAIDUNKNOWNPARTIESMAYCLAIM ANINTERESTASSPOUSES,HEIRS,DEVISEES GRANTEES,OROTHERCLAIMANTS,aretheDefendants ArmandoRamirez,ClerkoftheCircuitCourtofOsceola County,Florida,willselltothehighestandbestbidderforcash at11:00a.m.onJULY24,2018,atSuite2600,Room#2602 2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee,Florida34741inaccordancewithChapter45,FloridaStatutes,thefollowingdescribed propertyinOsceolaCounty,Florida,assetforthinthesaid ConsentInRemFinalJudgmentofMortgageForeclosure datedJune7,2018,towit: LOT1,WESTSIDEPARCELDCALABRIA,ACCORDING TOTHEPLATTHEREOF,ASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK 18,ATPAGES50AND51,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOF OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA PROPERTYADDRESS:9012PAOLOSPLACE, KISSIMMEE, FL34747 PARCEL:062527252100010010 ANYPERSONCLAIMINGANINTERESTINTHESURPLUS FROMTHESALE,IFANY,OTHERTHANTHEPROPERTY OWNERASOFTHEDATEOFTHELISPENDENSMUST FILEACLAIMWITHIN60DAYSAFTERTHESALE. Ifyouareapersonwithadisabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.Please contacttheADACoordinator,CourtAdministration,Osceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,(407)742-2417,atleast7daysbefore yourscheduledcourtappearance,orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;ifyouarehearingorvoiceimpaired call711. Dated:June11,2018 /s/AshlandR.Medley,Esquire AshlandR.Medley,Esquire/ FBN:89578 ASHLANDMEDLEYLAW,PLLC 2856NorthUniversityDrive, CoralSprings,FL33065 Telephone:(954)947-1524/ Fax:(954)358-4837 CommunicationEmail:Ashland@AshlandMedleyLaw.com DesignatedE-ServiceAddress: FLEservice@AshlandMedleyLaw.com AttorneyforthePlaintiff June16,23,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING RESOLUTIONNO.2018-118R NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,in theirChamberatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida at6:30p.m.,willconsidertheenactmentofResolutionNo 2018-118Rentitled: ARESOLUTIONOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDAAMENDINGRESOLUTIONNUMBER 2017-167RWHICHADOPTEDTHEFISCALYEAR2017/2018 BUDGETFORTHECITYOFST.CLOUD,FINDINGTHE CITYMANAGERHASCERTIFIEDTHEREAREPRIOR YEARFUNDBALANCESANDORCURRENTREVENUES AVAILABLEINTHEBUDGETFORADDITIONAL PROJECTSANDPROGRAMSINVARIOUSFUNDSNOTINCLUDEDINTHEORIGINALBUDGET,REQUIRINGTHE BUDGETTOBEINCREASEDTOINCLUDESAIDADDITIONA LFUNDINGINTHEVARIOUSFUNDSANDMAKING SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATIONSWITHINTHEFUNDS Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis RESOLUTIONistobeconsideredandshallbeheardwith respecttotheproposedRESOLUTIONatthePublicHearing thereon.ThisRESOLUTION,initsentiretycanbereviewedat theCityClerk'sofficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and11:00 a.m.andbetween2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.Mondaythrough Friday. IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsu ch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericansWithdisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski CityClerk CityofSt.Cloud 13009thStreet St.Cloud,Florid a34769 Telephone:407-957-7300 June16,2018 BRIGHTONLAKESCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTDISTRICT NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARINGTOCONSIDERTHEADOPTIONOFTHEFISCALYEAR2018/2019BUDGETS;AND NOTICEOFREGULARBOARDOFSUPERVISORSMEETING. TheBoardofSupervisors(Board)oftheBrightonLakes CommunityDevelopmentDistrict(District)willholdapublic hearingonJuly12,2018at6:00p.m.attheBrightonLakes RecreationCenter,4250BrightonLakesBoulevard,Kissimmee,Florida,forthepurposeofhearingcommentsandobjectionson theadoptionoftheproposedbudgets(Proposed Budget)oftheDistrictforthefiscalyearbeginningOctober1 2018andendingSeptember30,2019(FiscalYear 2018/2019).AregularboardmeetingoftheDistrictwillalsobe heldatthattimewheretheBoardmayconsideranyotherbusinessthatmayproperlycomebeforeit.Acopyoftheagenda andProposedBudgetmaybeobtainedattheofficesoftheDistrictManager,313CampusStreet,Celebration,Florida34747 (407)566-1935(DistrictManagersOffice),duringnormal businesshours. Thepublichearingandmeetingareopentothepublicandwill beconductedinaccordancewiththeprovisionsofFloridalaw Thepublichearingandmeetingmaybecontinuedtoadate time,andplacetobespecifiedontherecordatthemeeting TheremaybeoccasionswhenBoardSupervisorsorDistrict Staffmayparticipatebyspeakertelephone. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeeting becauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact theDistrictManagersOfficeatleastforty-eight(48)hourspriortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpaired,please contacttheFloridaRelayServicebydialing7-1-1,or1-800955-8771(TTY)/1-800-955-8770(Voice),foraidinco ntacting theDistrictManagersOffice. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthepublichearingormeetingisadvisedthatpersonwillneedarecordofproceedingsandthataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensure thataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade,including thetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobe based. B obKoncar DistrictManager June16,23,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING RESOLUTIONNO.2018-104R NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,inthe CouncilChambersatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Floridaat6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofResolutionNo 2018-104Rentitled: ARESOLUTIONOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,GRANTINGASTANDARDSITE VARIANCETOHEARTSOFBLESSINGSCHURCH,LOCATEDAT503BROWNCHAPELROAD,ASISMORE FULLYDESCRIBEDINTHEBODYOFTHISRESOLUTION REGARDINGDIVISION13,PARKINGSTALLREQUIREMENTS,SECTION6.13.1MINIMUMDIMENSIONS,OFTHE LANDDEVELOPMENTCODEOFTHECITYOFST.CLOUD FLORIDA;PROVIDINGTHATALLOTHERAPPLICABLE LANDDEVELOPMENTCODESECTIONSAREMET PROVIDINGFOREXPIRATION,ANDANEFFECTIVEDATE Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis RESOLUTIONistobeconsideredandshallbeheardwith respecttotheproposedRESOLUTIONatthePublicHearing thereon.ThisRESOLUTION,initsentiretycanbereviewedat theCityClerksOfficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and 11:00a.m.andbetween2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.Monday throughFriday. IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsu ch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 NOTICEOFBOARDWORKSHOP PursuanttoFloridaStatutes,theSchoolBoardofOsceola County,Florida,herebyproposestoholdaBoardWorkshopon theproposedrevisionstotheSchoolBoardRules,includingthe StudentProgressionPlanandtheCodeofStudentConduct TheworkshopwillbeheldonTuesday,July31,2018,at5:30 PMintheSchoolDistrictofOsceolaCountyAdministrative CenterBoardRoom,817BillBeckBoulevard,Kissimmee,Florida. NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING PursuanttoFloridaStatutes,theSchoolBoardofOsceola County,Florida,herebyproposestoholdaPublicHearingon theproposedrevisionstotheSchoolBoardRules,includingthe StudentProgressionPlanandtheCodeofStudentConduct ThepublichearingwillbeheldonTuesday,August21,2018 at5:30PMintheSchoolDistrictofOsceolaCountyAdministrativeCenterBoardRoom,817BillBeckBoulevard,Kissimmee,Florida. Interestedpersonsmayofferinputandreviewanyproposals MondaythroughFridayfrom8:00AM-4:30PMattheSchool DistrictofOsceolaCountyAdministrativeCenter,817BillBeck Boulevard,Kissimmee,Florida34744. AnEqualOpportunityAgency June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING RESOLUTIONNO.2018-103R NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,inthe CouncilChambersatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Floridaat6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofResolutionNo 2018-103Rentitled: ARESOLUTIONOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,GRANTINGACONDITIONALUSE TOOPERATEACHILDCARECENTERAT503BROWN CHAPELROAD,ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,ASDESCRIBEDIN THEBODYOFTHISRESOLUTION. Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis RESOLUTIONistobeconsideredandshallbeheardwith respecttotheproposedRESOLUTIONatthePublicHearing thereon.ThisRESOLUTION,initsentiretycanbereviewedat theCi tyClerksOfficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and 11:00a.m.andbetween2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.Monday throughFriday. IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 NOTICEOFMEETING MAGICPLACECOMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTDISTRICT AspecialmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheMagic PlaceCommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheldMonday June25,2018,at10:00a.m.TheHistoricCourthouse,3CourthouseSquare,3rdFloorConferenceRoom#315,Kissimmee FL34741.ThemeetingisopentothepublicandwillbeconductedinaccordancewiththepertinentprovisionsofFlorida LawforCommunityDevelopmentDistricts.Themeetingmay becontinuedtoadate,time,andplacetobespecifiedonthe recordatthemeeting.Acopyoftheagendaforthemeeting maybeobtainedfromFishkind&Associates,12051Corporate Blvd.,Orlando,Florida32817. TheremaybeoccasionswhenoneormoreSupervisorswill participatebytelephone.Atth eabovelocationtherewillbe presentaspeakertelephonesothatanyinterestedpersoncan attendthemeetingattheabovelocationandbefullyinformed ofthediscussionstakingplaceeitherinpersonorbytelephonecommunication. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeeting becauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact theDistrictOfficeat(407)382-3256atleast3calendardays priortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpa ired pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat1-800-955-8770for aidincontactingtheDistrictOffice. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthemeetingis advisedthatpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsand thataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade,includingthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobebased. CarolL.Harris Ass istantt.DistrictManager June16,2018 NOTICEOFMEETING MAGICRESERVECOMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTDISTRICT AspecialmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheMagic ReserveCommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheldMonday June25,2018,at10:00a.m.TheHistoricCourthouse,3CourthouseSquare,3rdFloorConferenceRoom#315,Kissimmee FL34741.ThemeetingisopentothepublicandwillbeconductedinaccordancewiththepertinentprovisionsofFlorida LawforCommunityDevelopmentDistricts.Themeetingmay becontinuedtoadate,time,andplacetobespecifiedonthe recordatthemeeting.Acopyoftheagendaforthemeeting maybeobtainedfromFishkind&Associates,12051Corporate Blvd.,Orlando,Florida32817. TheremaybeoccasionswhenoneormoreSupervisorswill participatebytelephone.Atth eabovelocationtherewillbe presentaspeakertelephonesothatanyinterestedpersoncan attendthemeetingattheabovelocationandbefullyinformed ofthediscussionstakingplaceeitherinpersonorbytelephonecommunication. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeeting becauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact theDistrictOfficeat(407)382-3256atleast3calendardays priortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpa ired pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat1-800-955-8770for aidincontactingtheDistrictOffice. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthemeetingis advisedthatpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsand thataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade,includingthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobebased. CarolL.Harris Ass t.DistrictManage June16,2018 NOTICEOFSPECIALMEETING OSCEOLACHAINOFLAKES COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTDISTRICT AspecialmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheOsceola ChainofLakesCommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheld Monday,June25,2018,at1:30p.m.attheDistrictOffice,313 CampusStreet,Celebration,FL34747. Themeetingisopentothepublicandwillbeconductedin accordancewithprovisionsofFloridalawforspecialDistricts Themeetingmaybecontinuedtoadate,time,andplace,tobe specifiedontherecordatthemeeting.Acopyoftheagenda forthemeetingmaybeobtainedfromtheDistrictOffice,313 CampusStreet,Celebration,FL34747,phonenumber321939-4301.TheremaybeoccasionswhenSupervisorsorstaff willparticipatebytelephone. InaccordancewiththeprovisionsoftheAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsat thismeetingbecauseof adisabilityorphysicalimpairment shouldcontacttheDistrictManagerat321-939-4301atleast two(2)dayspriortothedateofthemeeting.Ifyouarehearing orspeechimpaired,pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat 800-955-8770foraidincontactingtheDistrictOfficeatleast two(2)dayspriortothedateofthemeeting. IfanyonechoosestoappealanydecisionoftheBoardwith respecttoanymatterconsideredatthemeeting,suchperson willneedarecordofthep roceedingsandshouldaccordingly ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuch appealistobebased. GaryL.Moyer DistrictManager RUNDATE:June16,2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING The City Commission of the City of Kissimmee, Florida will meet on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers, Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida, to hear the FIRST READING and will meet on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. to hear the SECOND AND FINAL READING and consider the passage of the proposed ordinance as set forth below. The proposed Ordinance may be inspected in the Ofce of the City Clerk at the Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida. All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above dates. PROPOSED ORDINANCE #18-05 AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO PEOPLES GAS SYSTEM, A DIVISION OF TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A NON-EXCLUSIVE NATURAL GAS FRANCHISE AGREEMENT TO USE THE PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA AND PRESCRIBING THE TERM AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH SAID FRANCHISE MAY BE EXERCISED; MAKING FINDINGS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. CITY COMMISSION KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105: ANY PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE CITY COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS MADE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.26, PERSONS NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK 407-518-2308 AT 101 CHURCH STREET, KISSIMMEE, FL 34741, PRIOR TO THE MEETING (FS 286.26). June 16, 2018 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND SECOND READING The City Commission of the City of Kissimmee, Florida will meet on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers, Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida, to hear the FIRST READING and will meet on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. to hear the SECOND AND FINAL READING and consider the passage of the proposed ordinance as set forth below. The proposed Ordinance may be inspected in the Ofce of the City Clerk at the Municipal Administration Building, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida. All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above dates. PROPOSED ORDINANCE #18-08 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE; REPEALING SECTION 14-1-1 THROUGH 14-1-60; SUBSTITUTING SECTIONS 14-1-1 THROUGH 14-1-63 AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. CITY COMMISSION KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105: ANY PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE CITY COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS MADE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.26, PERSONS NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK 407-518-2308 AT 101 CHURCH STREET, KISSIMMEE, FL 34741, PRIOR TO THE MEETING (FS 286.26). June 16, 2018

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Page 22 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, June 16, 2018 Prepared by: Robert P. Watrous, Esquire Return to: Cunningham Asset Recovery Services 3671 Webber Street, #36 Sarasota, FL 34232 RE: TIMESCAPE RESORTS, LLC OSCEOLA County, Florida Non-Judicial Timeshare foreclosure process NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION/ SALE FOR NON-JUDICIAL TIMESHARE FORECLOSURE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to an action for non-judicial foreclosure of those certain purchase money mortgages on timeshare interests described below as recorded in the Ofcial Records of Osceola County, Florida, as set forth herein, I will sell, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at Calypso Cay Vacation Villas, Castaway Cove, 5005 Calypso Cay Way, Kissimmee, FL 34746 on Wednesday, the 18th day of July, 2018, at 11:00 a.m., the following described real property located in Osceola County, Florida, to-wit: Undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phases (as set forth below) in CALYPSO CAY VACATION VILLAS, A TIMESHARE PLAN together with all appurtenances thereto, according and subject to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for CALYPSO CAY VACATION VILLAS, A TIMESHARE PLAN, as recorded in Ofcial Records Book 2023, Page 342, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida and all amendments and exhibits thereto. TO: Owner(s) Last Known Address Undivided tenant in common fee simple interest Ofcial Records Book and Page of Mortgage Amount due and per diem amount: Alsa J Wenzel 102 Freeton Court Stephens City, VA 22655-3100 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3810, Page 1961, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $2,454.61 with a per diem interest amount of $1.21 from December 1, 2017 Lori S Lovelady and Larry W Lovelady 108 Roundtree Drive Valley Grand, AL 36703 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 2377, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $3,901.24 with a per diem interest amount of $1.92 from December 1, 2017 Clyde D Mottley 137 Riverwood Glen Dallas, GA 30157 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 5016, Page 2117, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,864.01 with a per diem interest amount of $4.84 from December 1, 2017 Ricarte Normandia Saltos Macias and Ulvia Teresa Tinizaray Ortega FCO De Orellana El Coca Manuela Canizares Y Rio Sur EcuadorOrellana 220150 Ecuador 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 5044, Page 808, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,891.00 with a per diem amount of $4.88 from December 1, 2017 Dariel Melendez Vega 2615 28th Avenue East Palmetto, FL 34221 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3971, Page 1492, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,749.60 with a per diem amount of $2.34 from December 1, 2017 Jose Ramirez and Clarisa Ramirez P.O. Box 5482 Lake Worth, FL 33461 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3912, Page 1746, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,139.52 with a per diem amount of $2.04 from December 1, 2017 Augusto Tapia and Jacqueline C Tapia 10 Sedgewick Avenue Yonkers, NY 10705 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2102, Page 1441, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,100.00 with a per diem interest amount of $3.99 from December 1, 2017 Derric O Bradford and Patricia Scott 901 Vox Highway Johnsonville, SC 29555-6057 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 964, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,413.83 with a per diem amount of $2.67 from December 1, 2017 Frenchie G Jones and Jo Ann K Jones 1565 NW 15th Terrace Ft Lauderdale, FL 33311 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 979, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $3,454.58 with a per diem amount of $1.70 from December 1, 2017 Kenneth D Brantley and Tabiatha A Crockett 5505 Moravian Heights Lane Clemmons, NC 27012 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2181, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,148.81 with a per diem amount of $3.03 from December 1, 2017 Dora M Hernandez and Lindsey A Hernandez 1809 Ulster Avenue Deltona, FL 32738 8/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2354, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,361.07 with a per diem amount of $2.64 from December 1, 2017 John M Bond, Sr and Dinah I Bond 4 Welbeck Court Montgomery, MD 20886-4303 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2372, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $815.18 with a per diem amount of $0.40 from December 1, 2017 Tyrone Jimmeson and Cynthia Wilson 1049 Genesee Park Blvd Rochester, NY 14619-1653 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2510, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,604.42 with a per diem amount of $3.26 from December 1, 2017 Carmen Parsons-Bowie and Gilbert T Bowie 3401 S Turf Road Miramar, FL 33025 10/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2033, Page 2510, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,374.22 with a per diem amount of $6.10 from December 1, 2017 Garth A Harding and Bernadette V Harding 1601 NW 14th Court Ft Lauderdale, FL 33311 14/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2137, Page 2788 & Official Records Book 2137, Page 2792, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,584.33 with a per diem interest amount of $3.74 from December 1, 2017 Corey D Cureton and Tyra L Cureton 147 4th Avenue Aliquippa, PA 15001 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2525, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $2,422.20 with a per diem amount of $1.19 from December 1, 2017 Carlos A Medina and Febe D Cabrera 1398 NW 79 Street Lot A-118 Miami, FL 33147 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2690, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,157.75 with a per diem amount of $2.54 from December 1, 2017 Joseph H York and Michelle E York 24 Cedar Circle Bonita Beach, FL 33162 10/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2035, Page 653, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $14,998.13 with a per diem amount of $7.39 from December 1, 2017 Kevin Russell and Icyirna Russell Nicholls Town Andros Bahamas 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2040, Page 2986, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,330.05 with a per diem amount of $3.12 from December 1, 2017 Jeff J Castro and Angela R Davis 2164 Bridlington Lane Columbus, OH 43229-3993 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2033, Page 2100, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,321.48 with a per diem amount of $2.62 from December 1, 2017 Donna M Harris 12800 Vonn Road, Apt 8703 Largo, FL 33774 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2954, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,200.00 with a per diem amount of $3.55 from December 1, 2017 Cossett Garcia and Rebecca Zamora 18615 48th Street Opa Locka, FL 33055 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 2969, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,422.20 with a per diem amount of $3.66 from December 1, 2017 Miguel A Reyna and Katherine M Reyna 2807 SW 14th Street Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312-3906 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2033, Page 2282, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,596.30 with a per diem interest amount of $3.25 from December 1, 2017 Carmen Palacios and Frank Franque 4311 SW 131 Avenue Miami, FL 33175 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 2609, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,100.00 with a per diem interest amount of $3.99 from December 1, 2017 Jeannette Montalvo and Hector J Montalvo 833 Del Prado Drive Kissimmee, FL 34758 4/11,400 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2029, Page 854, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,975.79 with a per diem amount of $2.45 from December 1, 2017 Tracy Banks and Veronica A Banks 820 Highway 355 N Nashville, AR 71852-7521 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2029, Page 1079, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,117.73 with a per diem amount of $3.02 from December 1, 2017 Joseph Kevin Scott and James Philip Martin P.O. Box 7086 St Petersburg, FL 33734-7086 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2866, Page 1049, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $11,591.62 with a per diem amount of $5.72 from December 1, 2017 Ronald L Cunigan and Joyce C Cunigan 4113 9th Street E Bradenton, FL 34208-4933 8/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2032, Page 621, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,598.99 with a per diem amount of $2.27 from December 1, 2017 Peggy A Smith 9119 McMillan Lane Tampa, FL 33535-1315 8/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2029, Page 1370, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $2,525.30 with a per diem amount of $1.25 from December 1, 2017 Kreisten B Figueroa and Alejandro Figueroa 14885 Mystic Lake Circle, Apt 5203 Naples, FL 34119-6771 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 361, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,548.83 with a per diem amount of $2.24 from December 1, 2017 Anthony J Dillard and Christa A Dillard 7919 Armor Lane Frisco, TX 75035 8/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3810, Page 1961, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $1,253.20 with a per diem amount of $0.62 from December 1, 2017 Edward L Mohler, Sr and Ann C Mohler 714 Old Farm Road Lexington, VA 24450 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 1851, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $2,763.30 with a per diem amount of $1.36 from December 1, 2017 John T Gibson and Antoinette L Gibson 311 W. Marshall Street, Apt 206 Norristown, PA 19401-4670 5/11440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 1866, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,772.56 with a per diem amount of $3.34 from December 1, 2017 Randy Ratliff and Dawn Ratliff 6220 Lea Lane Blairsville, GA 30512 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 2007, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,464.56 with a per diem amount of $3.18 from December 1, 2017 Angela D Telles 15 Birch Hill Road New Durham, NH 03855 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 2111, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,500.68 with a per diem amount of $2.71 from December 1, 2017 Ronald Poelman and Mary Poelman O-11213 Linden Drive NW Grand Rapids, MI 49544 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2027, Page 2116, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $3,713.86 with a per diem amount of $1.83 from December 1, 2017 Maria N Pachot 13431 Zori Lane Windermere, FL 34876 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2033, Page 2292, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,786.00 with a per diem amount of $3.35 from December 1, 2017 Danny J Van Pelt and Pauline E Van Pelt 3709 6th Avenue East Moline, IL 61244 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2041, Page 006, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,261.37 with a per diem amount of $2.59 from December 1, 2017 Erik Bennett 4701 31st Place SW Naples, FL 34116-8264 8/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2035, Page 648, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $10,853.91 with a per diem amount of $5.35 from December 1, 2017 Yrma E Gonzales 400 NE 17th Street N. Miami Beach, FL 33162 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2035, Page 658, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,506.25 with a per diem amount of $2.72 from December 1, 2017 Patricia Bustamante 16791 Redwood Way Ft Lauderdale, FL 33326 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2035, Page 668, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,483.72 with a per diem amount of $3.69 from December 1, 2017 Robert E Roebuck and Karla Joy Roebuck 12195 Arthur Road Rodney, MI 49342 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2271, Page 1884, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $1,606.28 with a per diem interest amount of $0.79 from December 1, 2017 Larenzo L Parker and Andrea N Parker 213 Avonwood Drive SW Marietta, GA 30064-2576 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3510, Page 828, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $1,442.06 with a per diem amount of $0.71 from December 1, 2017 Sandra R McNeely 116 Tomy Hawk Trail Saltillo, MS 38866-7215 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3830, Page 1447, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,954.86 with a per diem amount of $4.41 from December 1, 2017 Jerrod H Singleton and Queena O Singleton 12140 S Lafayette Avenue Chicago, IL 60628-6621 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3904, Page 2489, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $3,964.19 with a per diem amount of $1.95 from December 1, 2017 Sergio Adan Vega Quiroa and Karen Eunice Rodas Murga Calle 15 de Septiembre 6-11 Suchitepeque, EZ 01001 Guatemala 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3952, Page 402, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,493.63 with a per diem amount of $2.22 from December 1, 2017 Alice Jane Cardwell Hodges and David Hugh Jones Lower Grimmer Farm Minsterley, Shropshire SY5 0DP United Kingdom 5/13,520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3971, Page 1477, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,841.01 with a per diem amount of $3.87 from December 1, 2017 Pauline P Thompson, Nadia P Thompson & Natalie P Thompson 417 Daralea Heights Mississauga, ONT L5A 3H7 Canada 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3617, Page 2874, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,945.12 with a per diem interest amount of $6.38 from December 1, 2017 Hans Jorgen Burud and Hilde Kristin Solem Fredlilokka #20 Drammen N-3031 Norway 5/13,520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 3974, Page 213, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,350.98 with a per diem amount of $3.13 from December 1, 2017 Alfredo Parrilla Chavez and Ada Lydia Quinones Medina P.O. Box 20000 PMB 210 Canovanas, PR 00729 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4140, Page 1205, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,645.85 with a per diem amount of $2.29 from December 1, 2017 Kathryn C Brown and Donna M Cammon 243 Moon Clinton Road, Apt 2 Moon Townsville, PA 15108 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4196, Page 2420, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $3,714.55 with a per diem interest amount of $1.83 from December 1, 2017 Lorenna Del R Angulo Salverredy and Jose Genaro Valdivia Lianos Calle Mendibury 562 Apto 707 Miraflores Lima 00017, Peru 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4242, Page 438, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,945.41 with a per diem amount of $4.41 from December 1, 2017 Sarah L McDuffie 1112 S Oak Park Avenue Oak Park, IL 60304 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4338, Page 1086, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,523.59 with a per diem amount of $4.50 from December 1, 2017 Julio Omar Quintero Beltran and Sandra Parra Quiroga Calle 152 B #51 73B Bogota 11091 Colombia 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4315, Page 921, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,282.76 with a per diem amount of $4.58 from December 1, 2017 Jennifer M Green 2001 Poplar Falls Road Lithonia, GA 30058 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4442, Page 2440, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,378.76 with a per diem amount of $3.64 from December 1, 2017 Alicia K Stinson 3102 Avenue B Fort Pierce, FL 34947 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4458, Page 054, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,734.40 with a per diem interest amount of $3.32 from December 1, 2017 Bolivar Edgardo Lopez Castro and Patricia Martinez Lopez Palmera Abanico #62 Francc Palmiira 24554 Mexico 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4375, Page 1208, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $10,488.98 with a per diem amount of $5.17 from December 1, 2017 Meghan M Jackson P.O. Box 608 Richmond Hill, GA 31324-0608 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4425, Page 712, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,173.63 with a per diem amount of $4.52 from December 1, 2017 Iris I Reyes 6231 Olde Moat Way Davie, FL 33331-3430 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4498, Page 1424, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,216.24 with a per diem amount of $4.05 from December 1, 2017 Antonio Sanchez Guevara and Ilda Victoria Gonzalez Espinosa Calle Idelfonso Green S/N Cabo San Lucas BCS 23400 Mexico 8/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4544, Page 2154, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $14,646.92 with a per diem amount of $7.22 from December 1, 2017 Marcos Javier Andrade Guijarro and Cecilia Esperanza Lierena Calderon Calle California Alto E13-73 Y Los Nogales Quito EC 17015 0, Ecuador 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 34501, Page 523, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,330.03 with a per diem amount of $6.08 from December 1, 2017 Katherine Patricia Navia Santana, Luis Alberto Marriot Chavez & Jose David Navia Santana Alborada Decima Etapa MZ 107 V14 Guayaquil, Ecuador 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4539, Page 040, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,026.37 with a per diem amount of $5.93 from December 1, 2017 Juan Bernardo Velasquez Portillo and Martha Patricia de la Rosa Alvarez Calle 8 #30-13 Ocada Norte de Santander, Colombia 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4566, Page 1763, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,286.16 with a per diem amount of $4.09 from December 1, 2017 Jaime Washington Almeida Villavicencio Parroquia De Izamba Rafael Daequez Tras CIC 80 Plicial Galo Mino Ambato Tanguerahus 180150 Ecuador 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4557, Page 2772, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 23 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING ORDINANCENO.2018-36 NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,in theirChamberatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida at6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofOrdinanceNo.201836entitled: ANORDINANCEOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,ASSIGNINGAZONINGDISTRICT OFPPROFESSIONAL,COMPATIBLEWITHACOMMERCIALFUTURELANDUSEDESIGNATIONCHANGE ADOPTEDBYORDINANCENO.2018-35,FORAPPROXIMATELY0.422ACRES,LOCATEDSOUTHOF11THSTREET BETWEENMISSISSIPPIANDEASTERNAVENUE;PROVIDINGFORENTERINGTHEDESIGNATIONONTHEOFFICIALZONINGMAP,FILINGOFTHEPLANNINGCOMMISSIONRECOMMENDATIONANDPROOFOFPUBLICATION SEVERABILITYANDEFFECTIVEDATE. Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis ORDINANCEistobeconsideredandpubliccommentsshallbe heardwithrespecttotransmittaloftheORDINANCE.ThisORDINANCEinitsentiretycanbereviewedattheCityClerk'sofficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and11:00a.m.and between2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.MondaythroughFriday IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING ORDINANCENO.2018-35 NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,in theirChamberatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida at6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofOrdinanceNo.201835entitled: ANORDINANCEOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,ASSIGNINGAFUTURELANDUSE DESIGNATIONOFCOMMERCIALTOAPPROXIMATELY 0.422ACRES,LOCATEDSOUTHOF11THSTREET BETWEENMISSISSIPPIANDEASTERNAVENUE;PROVIDINGFORAMENDINGTHEOFFICIALFUTURELANDUSE MAPOFTHECOMPREHENSIVEPLAN,FILINGOFTHE PLANNINGCOMMISSIONRECOMMENDATIONAN D PROOFOFPUBLICATION,APPLICABILITYANDEFFECT SEVERABILITY,COPIESONFILEANDEFFECTIVEDATE Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis ORDINANCEistobeconsideredandpubliccommentsshallbe heardwithrespecttotransmittaloftheORDINANCE.ThisORDINANCEinitsentiretycanbereviewedattheCityClerk'sofficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and11:00a.m.and between2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.MondaythroughFriday IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING ORDINANCENO.2018-39 NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,in theirChamberatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida at6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofOrdinanceNo.201839entitled: ANORDINANCEOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,AMENDINGTHELANDDEVELOPMENTCODEBYAMENDINGARTICLEIII,ZONINGREGULATIONS,DIVISION4,ESTABLISHMENTANDDUTIES OFCOMMISSIONANDBOARDS,SECTION3.4.2BOARD OFADJUSTMENT,ANDPROVIDINGFORSEVER ABILITY CONFLICTS,CODIFICATIONANDANEFFECTIVEDATE. Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis ORDINANCEistobeconsideredandpubliccommentsshallbe heardwithrespecttotransmittaloftheORDINANCE.ThisORDINANCEinitsentiretycanbereviewedattheCityClerk'sofficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and11:00a.m.and between2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.MondaythroughFriday IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING RESOLUTIONNO.2018-107R NoticeisherebygiventhattheCityCounciloftheCityofSt Cloud,Florida,atameetingtobeheldonJune28,2018,inthe CouncilChambersatCityHall,13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Floridaat6:30p.m.,willconsidertheadoptionofResolutionNo 2018-107Rentitled: ARESOLUTIONOFTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,GRANTINGACONDITIONALUSE TOOPERATEANASSISTEDLIVINGFACILITYUSEAT 17THSTREET,SOUTHOFITSINTERSECTIONWITHPINE LAKEDRIVE,ST.CLOUD,FLORIDA,ASDESCRIBEDIN THEBODYOFTHISRESOLUTION. Interestedpartiesmayappearatthemeetingatwhichtimethis RESOLUTIONistobeconsideredandshallbeheardwith respecttotheproposedRESOLUTIONatthePublicHearing thereon.ThisR ESOLUTION,initsentiretycanbereviewedat theCityClerksOfficebetweenthehoursof8:00a.m.and 11:00a.m.andbetween2:00p.m.and5:00p.m.Monday throughFriday. IfapersondecidestoappealanydecisionmadebytheCommittee/Board,withrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuch hearing/meeting,suchpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsandthat,forthispurpose,suchpersonmayneedto ensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade whichrecordincludesthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhich theappealistobebased,andwhichrecordisnotprovidedby theCityofSt.Cloud.(FS286.0105) InaccordancewiththeAmericanswithDisabilitiesAct,personsneedingassistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshouldcontacttheSecretary/ClerkoftheCommittee/ Board(listedbelow),priortothemeeting.(FS286.26) LindaP.Jaworski,CityClerk 13009thStreet,St.Cloud,Florida34769 Teleph one:407-957-7300 June16,2018 $10,381.25 with a per diem amount of $5.12 from December 1, 2017 Jose Francisco Betancourt Caicedo and Jacqueline Bonilla Barona Carrera 57 Numero 13 C 45 Apt 403 Bloque 2 Cali Valle Delcauca Colombia 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4563, Page 1925, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,470.31 with a per diem amount of $6.15 from December 1, 2017 Jaime Dario Palacio Cano Carrera 42 14-90 Apt 707 EDF La Duquesa Medellin, Colombia 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4563, Page 1955, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,286.38 with a per diem amount of $4.09 from December 1, 2017 Ricardo Rafael Ochoa Sarmiento and Kelin Rumaris Rios Oliva Barrio Nueva Esperanza 2782 Choluteca 51101 Honduras 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4603, Page 1917, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,786.13 with a per diem amount of $4.83 from December 1, 2017 Cesar Augusto Cortes Garzon and Carolina Gomez Sosa Villa de Leya II Etapa MZ 4 Casa 24 Pereira, Colombia 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4606, Page 817, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,474.87 with a per diem amount of $3.69 from December 1, 2017 Juliana Marcela Sanchez Blanco and Marco Aurelio Hernandez Abuabara KRA 110 NO 215-65 Casa 29 Bogota 11091, Colombia 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4606, Page 667, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,976.33 with a per diem amount of $4.43 from December 1, 2017 Luis Pio Huaco Rivera and Bercelia Tapia Rubio Jr Alicia Alarcon No 381 SMP Lima, Peru 10/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4584, Page 1669, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $19,758.03 with a per diem amount of $9.74 from December 1, 2017 Cesar Augusto Silva Duarte and Vivian Milena Villamil Santiago Calle 10 #2A-06 Sur Torre A, Apt 404 Facatativa Cund 253051 Colombia 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4644, Page 137, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,838.75 with a per diem amount of $3.37 from December 1, 2017 Blanca L Moreno 5591 NW 188th Street Miami Gardens, FL 33055-2337 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4651, Page 236, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,215.38 with a per diem interest amount of $3.37 from December 1, 2017 Elkin Plata Avella and Sandra Lizeth Rivera Bello CR 8A #153-51 Torre 1 Apt 104 Conj Altos Del Moral Bogota, Colombia 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4644, Page 218, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,036.38 with a per diem amount of $3.47 from December 1, 2017 Claudia Mercedes Moreno Martinez Transv 70 9D-76 INT 5 Apto 804 Bogota, Colombia 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4606, Page 847, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,223.40 with a per diem amount of $6.03 from December 1, 2017 Natalia Andrea Caicedo Lozado and Luis Felipe Vergara Quintana Carrera 58 #3HN-119 Casa 54 Cali Valle, Colombia 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4606, Page 862, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,456.16 with a per diem amount of $4.17 from December 1, 2017 Mauricio Lancheros Salgado and Soraya Rubi Martinez Carrera 10 #5-29 Apto 301 Bogota, Colombia 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4615, Page 1481, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,193.45 with a per diem amount of $4.04 from December 1, 2017 Shirley P Hitson 14090 29th Road Lake City, FL 32024 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4661, Page 964, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,413.05 with a per diem amount of $4.15 from December 1, 2017 Hayley J Wise 1508 Newbridge Avenue San Mateo, CA 94401-3130 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4735, Page 2257, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,629.92 with a per diem interest amount of $4.26 from December 1, 2017 Kami Robinson P.O. Box 108 La Conner, WA 98257-0108 4/13520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4654, Page 1609, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,395.05 with a per diem interest amount of $4.14 from December 1, 2017 Solex Obiudo Obumnaeme and Nkolika Obianuiu Obiudoh 6 Best Time Avenue Dkota by Waterside Dkota Lagos, Nigeria 8/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4661, Page 974, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,830.81 with a per diem amount of $6.33 from December 1, 2017 Judith Ann Williams and Norman C Williams 3025 Main Road Bedford, PA 15524-4503 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4685, Page 1210, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $5,260.37 with a per diem interest amount of $2.59 from December 1, 2017 Fabiola Hernandez Reyes and Luis Alberto Milian Urias Palma Real #23 Colonia Flores Magon Veracruz, Mexico 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4748, Page 1124, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,975.72 with a per diem amount of $3.93 from December 1, 2017 Christopher L Poczobut and Bobbi J Poczobut 2700 County Route 12 665 County Rte 9 Whitehall, NY 12887-2416 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4722, Page 2793, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $12,709.27 with a per diem interest amount of $6.27 from December 1, 2017 Eliseo Fierro Acevedo and Milagros Trujillo Averbe Manzana Q Casa 5 Arkabal Espinal Tolima, Colombia 4/13520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4779, Page 603, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,856.05 with a per diem amount of $4.37 from December 1, 2017 Marco Vinicio Valverde Alban and Marisol Pastoriza Coronel Veelastegui Macholo 2 Babahoyo Riobamba, Ecuador 8/13520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4772, Page 1280, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $13,581.84 with a per diem amount of $6.70 from December 1, 2017 Victor Andres Zarate Enriquez and Rosa Elena Cabrera Chusan Mirador Del Norte MZ 52 Villa 11 Guayaquil, Ecuador 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4755, Page 950, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $13,771.80 with a per diem amount of $6.79 from December 1, 2017 Veronica H Lara and Anibal Lara, Jr 1202 18th Street Galena Park, TX 77547 4/11440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4761, Page 546, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,853.71 with a per diem interest amount of $4.37 from December 1, 2017 Edward Alexander Garcia Ramirez and Maria Carolina Angel Lopez Calle 41 #1604 Apt 201 Torre B Ibague Col, Colombia 3/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4792, Page 991, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $10,561.90 with a per diem amount of $5.21 from December 1, 2017 Gilberto Enrique Almevda Jarrin and Angelica Meichoro Humaia Chumpitaz de Almevda Calle 21 MZ Z lote 37 URB Coopip SMP Lima, Peru 8/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4779, Page 633, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $21,044.85 with a per diem amount of $10.38 from December 1, 2017 Leonardo Alfredo Tafur Patino and Martha Donatila Beltran Macias Ciudadela Universitaria 3 ERA Etapa Portoviejo Manabi, Ecuador 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4779, Page 638, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,796.11 with a per diem amount of $4.34 from December 1, 2017 Oskar Josue Arambulo Pisco and Lady Nora Luque Nava Decima Norte 416 Entre Carrera 2DA Y Junin Machala Puerto Bolivar, Ecuador 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4788, Page 804, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $14,417.38 with a per diem amount of $7.11 from December 1, 2017 Wilfredo Demetrio Veintimilla Terreros and Mercedes Maria Nicola Zambrano Kennedy Norte Mantana 701 Solar 47 Guayaquil, Ecuador 10/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4813, Page 1987, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $20,513.59 with a per diem amount of $10.12 from December 1, 2017 Rosa Isabel Raza Salcedo and Gaio Quiroz Diaz San Rafael Ave de Los Planetas Y Cruz Del Sur S250 Quito, Ecuador 8/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 7 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4832, Page 2913, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $20,606.11 with a per diem amount of $10.16 from December 1, 2017 Kesha J McCaster 2040 John Dodgen Way Marietta, GA 30062 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4868, Page 2130, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,876.71 with a per diem amount of $3.39 from December 1, 2017 Edna M Emery and Robert L Emery 117 Janice Place Macon, GA 31211 8/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4873, Page 243, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $16,407.74 with a per diem amount of $8.09 from December 1, 2017 Melissa D Partsch and Michael S Mann P.O. Box 155 Pomona Park, FL 32181-0155 8/11440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4843, Page 203, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $13,020.77 with a per diem amount of $6.42 from December 1, 2017 Carolina Lisbeth Saldana Giron and Elizabeth Garner Castillo Apt 0843-02369 Panama City, Panama 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4912, Page 1680, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $11,697.66 with a per diem amount of $5.77 from December 1, 2017 Marcos Fabrizzio Jaramillo Caicedo and Gabriela Adriana Espinoza Jupiter URB Belo Horigonte HZ 48 Villa 35 Guayaquil, Ecuador 5/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4864, Page 378, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $11,213.75 with a per diem amount of $5.53 from December 1, 2017 Yirma Thaylan Caballero Von Chong, Erelia Von Chong Aguilar & Irma Von Chong Aguiliar de Caballero BDA San Jose David Chirigui Panama Chiriqui, Panama 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4912, Page 1685, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $8,901.25 with a per diem amount of $4.40 from December 1, 2017 Christina Bojorquez C/O Veronica M Aguilar, Esq US Consumer Attorneys, PA El Cajon, CA 92020 10/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4887, Page 2230, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $24,380.35 with a per diem interest amount of $1.21 from December 1, 2017 Maria Angelica Chavez Velez and Jaime Petroneo Rodriguez Boada Manuel Borreto N32-325 Y Gonzalez Suarez Quito Pichincha, EC170150 Ecuador 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4891, Page 781, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $7,685.10 with a per diem amount of $3.79 from December 1, 2017 Rolfe Bernal Medina and Ligia Stella Pulido Jimenez Calle 23A #59-72 Torre 1 Apto 504 Bogota 110911, Colombia 2/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4926, Page 1549, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,087.12 with a per diem amount of $4.48 from December 1, 2017 Jonathan Cassal Serrano and Isabel Jannely Ortia Camino Real No 64 El Rosario Tlaxcala, TLAX 90456 Mexico 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4896, Page 1270, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $13,059.23 with a per diem amount of $6.44 from December 1, 2017 Ricardo Abdiel Flores Gonzalez and Cynthia Marie Morales Corrales Rio Abajo Calle 14 Edif Senorial del Rio Q5 1735 Panama City Panama 8/13520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4922, Page 2338, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $14,998.14 with a per diem amount of $7.40 from December 1, 2017 Maria Loreto Riveros Requena and Maria Paz Riveros Requena Del Inca 5730 Depto #903 Las Condes Santiago, Chile 6/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 5 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4960, Page 1996, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $16,997.58 with a per diem amount of $8.38 from December 1, 2017 Bruce R Johnson and Christine Johnson 936 West 1025 Street Brigham City, UT 84302 10/11440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2117, Page 491, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $4,122.76 with a per diem interest amount of $2.03 from December 1, 2017 Yevgeniy A Parasochka 2001 Battery Park Road Chesapeake, VA 23323-5051 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 4986, Page 2557, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $9,299.05 with a per diem interest amount of $4.60 from December 1, 2017 Alejanero Luis Nino Castano and Adriana Judith Hernandez Oriuela Carrera 103 #11-40 Casa H3 Sandaros Del Polo Cali 760001 Colombia 5/13520 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 2 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 5002, Page 629, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $11,784.23 with a per diem amount of $5.81 from December 1, 2017 Aleta Nilson 2870 N Towne Avenue, Apt 106 Pomona, CA 91767-2034 4/9568 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 6 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 5012, Page 591, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $6,412.08 with a per diem amount of $3.16 from December 1, 2017 Steve M Palmer 2595 Virginia Drive Leesburg, FL 34748 4/11,440 undivided tenant in common fee simple interest in Phase 1 Mortgage recorded at Official Records Book 2030, Page 642, Public Records, Osceola County, Florida $2,639.54 with a per diem interest amount of $1.30 from December 1, 2017 The mor tgage lien created by each of the mortgages referenced herein was properly created and authorized pursuant to the timeshare instrument and applicable law, and the amounts secured by said mortgage lien are as set forth above. You may cure the default at any time prior to the public auction by paying the amount due, as set forth in this notice, to the undersigned Trustee at the address set forth below. THIS NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION/SALE is dated June 11, 2018. I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of this NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION/SALE FOR NON-JUDICIAL TIMESHARE FORECLOSURE has been furnished by First Class U.S. Mail to each of the obligors at the above listed addresses on this 11th day of JUNE, 2018. ROBERT P WATROUS _________________________________ ROBERT P WATROUS, ESQUIRE TRUSTEE FOR TIMESCAPE RESORTS, LLC 1800 Second Street, Suite 780 Sarasota, FL 34236 Telephone (941) 953-9771 Facsimile (941) 953-9426 June 16, 23, 2018

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E1 Section E June 16, 2018 Tribune Triple EWednesday, July 15, 2015 EEE-1 www.citizentribune.com Tribune Expanded Electronic EditionBY MELISSA DARABIAN Associated PressLife is busy. We dont always have the luxury of thumbing through our favorite cookbooks, marking appeal ing recipes with sticky notes for dinners sometime off in the future when we will somehow have time to saltcure a cod or dry-age a side of beef in our garage fridge. Sometimes, we just need to get dinner on the table. It doesnt have to be fancy, but it should still be tasty and nutritious. Enter the chicken leg and thigh! Often overlooked by the healthy cook due to its higher fat content, dark chicken meat is underappreciated. Yes, the dark meat has a few more grams of fat than the white meat of the breasts (a 3 1/2-ounce serving of breast meat has about 4 grams of fat, while the same amount of dark meat has just under 6 grams). And the higher cholesterol of the dark meat means the breast probably still should be in your rotation. But chicken legs and thighs are lus cious in texture and full of avor and protein (about 28 grams per serving). They also are much lower in saturated fat than most cuts of red meat, and they offer more iron per serving than chicken breasts. Perhaps most impor tant of all for the busy weeknight cook is that bone-in dark meat chicken is very forgiving in terms of cooking time. Which is to say, it is very hard to overcook dark chicken meat. So on weeknights when my hus band and I both have to work and one daughter has dance and the other three have soccer, lacrosse and more soccer, I totally appreciate the forgiveness offered by the dark meat. One of my favorite weeknight chicken leg and thigh strategies is to load them up in a large plastic bag in the morning, dump in some veggies and a quick marinade, then just toss the whole thing into the refrigerator to sit all day. After work, I dump the con tents of the bag into a baking dish and pop it into the oven while I change into something more comfortable (by which I mean sweats). Dinner, done!WEEKNIGHT LEMON CHICKEN DINNER-IN-A-BAGStart to Finish: 1 hour, plus marinat ing Servings: 4 8 bone-in chicken drumsticks or thighs, or a mix 1/4 cup lemon juice 1/4 cup olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons dried thyme 1/4 teaspoon red pepper akes (op tional) Kosher salt and ground black pep per 1 large red or yellow onion, cut into 8 wedges 4 medium red potatoes, halved Using a paper towel in each hand to help grip the chicken pieces, remove and discard the skin by pulling it off. In a 2-gallon zip-close plastic bag, mix together the lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, thyme, red pepper akes (if using), and a hefty pinch each of salt and pepper. Add the chicken, onion and potatoes, seal the bag and gently turn over several times to evenly coat the contents with the marinade. Re frigerate for at least 30 minutes or up to 12 hours, turning the bag once or twice if convenient. When ready to cook, heat the oven to 375 F. Coat a rimmed baking sheet with cooking spray. Dump the con tents of the bag onto the pan, spread into an even layer, then bake uncov ered until the chicken registers 175 F at the thickest parts, about 40 minutes. If the potatoes and onions brown too quickly on one side, turn them for more even cooking. Nutrition information per serving: 610 calories; 220 calories from fat (36 percent of total calories); 25 g fat (5 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 240 mg cholesterol; 540 mg sodium; 40 g car bohydrate; 5 g ber; 5 g sugar; 55 g protein. Food Network star Melissa dArabian is an expert on healthy eating on a budget. She is the au thor of the cookbook, Supermarket Healthy. http://www.melissadarabian.netAPThis June 22, photo shows weekend lemon chicken diner in a bag in Concord, N.H. Chicken legs and thighs are luscious in texture and full of flavor and protein. They also are much lower in saturated fat than most cuts of red meat, and they offer more iron per serving than chicken breasts. This dish is from a recipe by Melissa dArabian.APThis June 22, photo shows weekend lemon chicken diner in a bag in Concord, N.H. Chicken legs and thighs are luscious in texture and full of flavor and protein. They also are much lower in saturated fat than most cuts of red meat, and they offer more iron per serving than chicken breasts. Cooking CornerIts in the bagFor crazy weeknights, dinner in a bag that isnt takeout WWW.CFLJOBNET.COMPost Your Resum OO nline At: Tribune Triple EFriday, June 15, 2018 EEE-1 www.citizentribune.comTribune Expanded Electronic Edition ST arAR T YOU r R Car CAR EE r R WITH a A J J O B TH aA T I s S RI GHT FO rR Y OU! Triple E

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E3 AroundOsceola.com Check out the THE GUIDE For all your services needs Inside ev ery Thursday and Saturday Osceola News-Gazette.Want to place an ad? Call 407-846-7600Looking For An Attorney... or Dog Groomer? I House Ad WASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump's decision to suspend major U.S. military exercises in South Korea could weaken allied defenses, depending on the length and scope of the hiatus. But the poten tial for diplomatic damage seems even greater. The United States, South Korea and Japan were mak ing a public display of soli darity Thursday over the outcome of Trump's summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. But analysts and former ofcials with expe rience in U.S.-Asia policy were shaken by Trump's failure to inform the Asian allies or even the Penta gon before mothballing the military maneuvers. "Those exercises are critically important be cause they are deterrence," said Chuck Hagel, a former defense secretary in the Obama administration. He welcomed Trump's willing ness to talk to Kim but wor ried that the president has underestimated the compli cations he has introduced for the Pentagon by sus pending the military drills. "You don't just shut them on and off like a water fau cet," he said. The exercises in ques tion go well beyond routine training, which apparently is unaffected by Trump's decision. Large-scale exer cises are done to ensure that evolving tactics, procedures and plans can be carried out smoothly and that U.S. and South Korean forces are in sync. They also are a means of showing allied solidarity, which is part of the psy chology of deterring enemy attack. The U.S. has stationed combat troops in South Ko rea since the Korean War ended in 1953 with an ar mistice and no peace treaty. The more than 28,000 U.S. forces serve as a military tripwire against North Ko rean aggression. The next major exercise with South Korea is known as Ulchi Freedom Guardian; last year's version was held for 11 days in August and involved about 17,500 U.S. troops. The U.S. has insisted these kinds of drills are de fensive measures to demon strate U.S. and South Kore an preparedness to respond promptly to any aggression by the North. But when Trump announced his deci sion to halt them, he char acterized them as "provoca tive" and as "war games." "Those are literally the North Korean and Chinese talking points," said Christine Wormuth, the Penta gon's top policy ofcial from 2014 to 2016. In further explaining his reasons for suspend ing major exercises, Trump said they "cost a fortune," though even the Pentagon, which foots the bill for U.S. participation in all such ma neuvers, has been unable to say what they cost. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis' ofce on Wednes day sent out a request to military commands for cost estimates for the main mili tary exercises held on and around the Korean Peninsula, according to ofcials who spoke about the request on condition of anonymity to discuss internal communications. In the past, some estimates for smaller exer cises have been about $2 million, while some larger ones have cost $15 million or more all relatively mi nor expenses for a department with a budget now exceeding $700 billion. On Thursday, the Penta gon issued a brief statement saying Mattis had discussed the summit outcome with his South Korean coun terpart, including they can work together to "fulll the president's guidance" on military exercises. Michael Green, who was Asia director on the National Security Council staff during the George W. Bush administration, said the likely damage from sus pending drills is multiplied by Trump's failure to inform South Korean and Japanese ofcials in advance and his focus on cost-savings. This was then compounded, in Green's view, by Trump's dubious assertion on Twit ter that North Korea no lon ger poses a nuclear threat. "The No. 1 problem with this, geopolitically, is that it suggests to our allies that we are just incompetent, that we don't recognize the threat," Green said. Harry Harris, the retired Navy admiral and former commander of U.S. forces throughout the Pacic, said Thursday he believes the North's nuclear weapons still pose a threat, but he endorsed Trump's decision to suspend U.S. military ex ercises. "We should give major exercises a pause to see if Kim Jong Un is serious about his part of the nego tiations," Harris said at a Senate hearing to consider his nomination to be U.S. ambassador in Seoul. Harris said the suspension of drills provides "breathing space" for progress in negotiating North Korea's nuclear dis armament. Without mentioning that South Korea and Japan were not consulted before Trump suspended drills, Harris said such decisions should not be taken unilaterally. Sen. John McCain, chair man of the Senate Armed Services Committee, called the suspension of drills a mistake, a bad negotiating tactic and a move that un dermines U.S. security. "We must not impose upon ourselves the bur den of providing so-called 'good faith' concessions as the price for continued dialogue," the Arizona Repub lican said in a statement. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, meanwhile, briefed his South Korean, Japanese and Chinese coun terparts on the Singapore summit. At a news confer ence in Seoul, Pompeo said "staying closely aligned with our allies ... will be critical" to success with North Korean denuclearization, but he had nothing to say about the suspension of military drills. The White House has said that the maneuvers were suspended "in a show of good faith," for as long as productive negotiations with the North continue, and that "regular readiness training and training exchanges" will continue. The Pentagon, however, has remained silent on what Trump meant and hasn't conrmed it will cancel or postpone the Ulchi Free dom Guardian exercise. When Ulchi Freedom Guardian was announced last year, the U.S. military called it a "computer-sim ulated defensive exercise designed to enhance readiness." Also participating were troops from nations that contributed forces dur ing the 1950-53 Korean War, including Australia, Britain, Canada and Co lombia. In Wormuth's view, Trump's stated concern about the cost of such ex ercises, combined with his talk of eventually bringing all U.S. troops home from South Korea, is likely to create doubt in Seoul and Tokyo about American steadfastness. "This is going to further erode people's condence in our staying power," she said. CITIZEN TRIBUNE PoliticsFriday, June 15, 2018 EEE-3 APIn this March 12, 2016, le photo, Marines of the U.S., left, and South Korea wearing blue headbands on their helmets, take positions after landing on a beach during the joint military combined amphibious exercise, called Ssangyong, part of the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle military exercises, in Pohang, South Korea. U.S. President Donald Trump promised to end war games with South Korea, calling them provocative, after meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12, 2018. His announcement appeared to catch both South Korea and the Pentagon by surprise. Trumps halt of war games could weaken defenses in KoreaTrump says FBI plotting against my electionWASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump dis puted ndings by the Justice Department on Friday that former FBI Director James Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe was not politically motivated, declaring that the FBI was biased "at the top level" and "plotting against my election." The department's inspector general report, while critical of the FBI and Comey per sonally, did not nd evidence that political bias tainted the investigation of Clinton's email practices in the months and days leading up to Trump's election. But on Friday, after tweet ing that he did a "great ser vice" to the nation by ring Comey, Trump marched out to the White House North Lawn to talk with "Fox & Friends" for more than half an hour, claiming the report "totally" exonerated him, then pointing to accomplishments he said he's achieved and complaining about not getting proper credit. Then he turned to other reporters and went over the same list for another 20 minutes. On the inspector general report that found no political bias in the FBI's nal con clusions, he said, "The end result was wrong. There was total bias." "Comey was the ring lead er of this whole, you know, den of thieves. It was a den of thieves," he said. Trump's comments followed the IG's 500-page report that said Comey was "insubordinate" in his handling of the Clinton investigation because he broke agency protocol. The report also rebuked FBI ofcials for exchanging anti-Trump text messages during the 2016 campaign. But it said, "We found no evidence that the conclusions by the prosecutors were affected by bias or other im proper considerations; rather, we determined that they were based on the prosecutors' as sessment of the facts, the law and past department prac tice." Trump's supporters have argued that the ndings are proof of political bias at the FBI's highest levels that then tainted the Russia investigation, rst led by the FBI and now by special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller's probe includes a look into whether Trump himself tried to obstruct justice by ring Comey. Trump said Friday, as he has before, that the Mueller probe, too, "has been totally discredited." "The IG Report is a total di saster for Comey, his minions and sadly, the FBI," Trump tweeted earlier. "Comey will now ofcially go down as the worst leader, by far, in the history of the FBI. I did a great service to the people in ring him. Good Instincts." Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, told "Fox & Friends" that the report casts doubt on whether Trump will ever agree to an interview with Mueller's team because "why would he get inter viewed by a corrupt investi gation?" Trump himself said he had "reservations." Thursday's report documents in painstaking detail one of the most consequen tial investigations in modern FBI history and reveals how the bureau, which for decades has endeavored to stand apart from politics, came to be en tangled in the 2016 presidential election. It underscores efforts by FBI and Justice Department leaders to juggle developments in the Clinton investigation she had used private email for government business while secretary of state with a separate probe that was then unknown to the American public into poten tial coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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Page E4, THE CIVIL WAR COURIER THE CIVIL WAR COURIER For the history bu or the reenactment hobbyist Only $3.00New issue the rst of every month. Now available at the lobby of the Osceola News-Gazette.108 Church Street, Kissimmee Fl 34771407-846-7600 HONOLULU (AP) Lava pouring out of a Ha waii volcano burned down Mary Dressler's home and her town 28 years ago. Now, watching creeping lobes of molten rock slowly wipe out entire neighborhoods over the past month, she has been transported back to those losses. Memories and emotions overcame the naturopathic physician when she re cently took clothing donations to an evacuation center so much so she had a hard time staying. "You see people walk up with that lost look. They have no clue what they're going to do next. I know that feeling," Dressler said. Lava has destroyed more than 600 homes on the Big Island since the Kilauea volcano began spraying molten rock out of a vent on a residential street May 3. The newly homeless aren't alone: Kilauea has covered large swathes of the island's rural Puna dis trict multiple times over the past century. People who have lived through these past eruptions speak of profound despair at los ing their way of life but also about the new oppor tunities and perspectives they gained. Dressler remembers helping her elderly neighbors load their belongings into shipping containers as lava approached the old Hawaiian shing village of Kalapana in April 1990. She packed her own pictures and personal belongings when an ofcial pointed out that she had helped others but hadn't taken anything from her own home. He told her it was time. "I remember walking out of that house and thinking we were denitely coming back," she said. It burned down in less than 45 minutes. Dressler, her husband and their two daughters, ages 3 and 5, moved into the video rental store they operated in nearby Pahoa town. They stayed there until they found a house to rent two weeks later. By December, they had built a new home in that neighborhood. She wasn't able to feel lost for long because she had young children to care for. "It there's any salvation in this whole thing, is it gives you an incentive to work harder and to get back up on your feet again. And you know if you did it once, you can do it again," she said. Many who have lost everything in Kilauea erup tions rebuild in nearby zones also at risk of being inundated by lava. People want to stay in their com munity, be where their family has lived for hun dreds of years or love the weather and scenery. Affordability also is a factor: some of Hawaii's cheapest land is on the slopes of Kilauea. The destruction in Hawaii comes as Guatemala struggles to recover from an eruption of the Volcano of Fire this month that killed at least 110 people and left about 200 people missing. In Hawaii, Julie Beards ley remembers lava slowly taking over Kalapana, a village beloved for its surf spot and black sand beach, and neighboring communities. She called it a "time of intense sadness and hardship for everyone." She said a longtime resident named Minnie Kaawaloa helped guide her through it, while in voking Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes and re. "She explained this was Pele's land, and you didn't argue or resist her. There was something larger go ing on that was beyond your control. That you had to trust in God, in your self, and in your community, and understand life would go on. In the midst of loss and grief, there was a future," Beardsley said in an email. She described the leader of the Big Island's civil defense, Harry Kim, who is now the island's mayor, as a beacon of compassion during the crisis. He inspired Beardsley to give back to her community and she became an epidemiologist in Mendocino County, California. Dressler's and Beardsley's former homes in Ka lapana are buried under hundreds of feet of hard ened lava. Decades earlier and fur ther upslope, Rosemary Kawamoto, her parents and three sisters evacuated their farm after scientists warned that a series of earthquakes might signal a new phase of an eruption. Her father returned ev ery day in 1955 to check on their property. Then, a vent cracked open the earth on the farm and a crater later formed in their cucumber patch. "That cucumber patch became very famous," said Kawamoto, who was 9 at the time. "My dad lost the whole thing." Lava spared their house, but her family never moved back because her mother, a city girl from Honolulu, objected. The family moved to Hilo, the largest town on the Big Island, and sold the farm. "It changed my life," Kawamoto said. Dressler tells new evacuees to hold on to memo ries from neighborhoods now submerged in black rock. "And just pick up the pieces and move forward as best as you can. And try to do it each and every day. That's all we've got," she said. CITIZEN TRIBUNE NationEEE-4 Friday, June 15, 2018 APThis May 4, 1990 file photo shows the Star of the Sea Church being transported to a safer location as lava contin ues to flow into Kalapana, Hawaii. Kilauea has destroyed more than 600 homes since it began spraying lava out of a vent on a residential street on May 3, 2018. The newly homeless arent alone: over the past century Kilauea has covered large parts of the Big Island multiple times.Past Hawaii eruptions provide lessonsThere was a futureFiber optics? Range of ingredients bulk up food fiber countsNEW YORK (AP) Are the ber counts for foods getting bloated? Browse supermarket shelves, and it's easy to nd ice cream, yogurt and brownies with impressive ber totals. That's because companies add ingredients to boost the ber, which they say helps people eat better and enjoy treats with less guilt. A Fiber One brownie, for instance, has 90 calo ries and 5 grams of ber. It's even possible to get a whole day's worth of ber by eating candy; a small bag of Smart Sweets gummy bears has 90 calories and 28 grams of ber. Now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is giving its nod for many of the ingredients that companies already use to pump up ber to be counted as such on the new Nutrition Facts panel, which will be required in two years. The agency's blessing comes after a 2016 rule said add ed bers need to provide a health benet, rather than just being a non-digestible carbohydrate. Since then, the FDA has been reviewing scien tic evidence submitted by companies showing the health benets of various ingredients. On Thursday, it gave the green light for eight ingredients to keep being counted as ber. The agency says more bers may be recognized in the future, and that people can be condent the bers declared on the new Nutrition Facts panel have ben ets backed by scientic evidence. It noted that it rejected petitions for two ingredients. General Mills Inc., which makes Fiber One, said in a statement it's pleased with the FDA's decision. It declined a re quest to comment further. Smart Sweets did not re spond to a request for comment. Not everyone is happy about the decision. The advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest says added bers can fuel the confu sion about what's healthy and what's not. The group says that creates situations where a brownie might have more ber than a peach and sway people into picking the brownie. Another complication: The approved health ben et may not be what peo ple expect from ber, says Bonnie Liebman, director of nutrition at CSPI. Inulin, which is often taken from chicory root, is among the ingredients approved to be counted as ber. And even though people might assume that ber's benet is digestive regularity or feeling full, the proven health benet was for calcium absorp tion. "That's the problem the label will just say it's high ber," Liebman says. Naturally occurring bers within food, such as the ber that might come from grains or fruit chunks, do not need approval. Ingredients need clearance if they have been isolated and extracted from their original source, or made synthetically. So far, the FDA has signed off on 15 such in gredients. The eight ap proved this week include polydextrose, resistant maltodextrin and mixed plant cell walls, a category that includes multiple in gredients like apple ber. Those are in addition to the seven the agency previously approved, including cellulose, guar gum and psyllium husk. The new standard for ber is part of the revamped Nutrition Facts panel, which makes it easier to see calorie counts and the added sugar in products. It will be required starting in 2020.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E5 KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) A U.S. drone strike in northeastern Ku nar province killed Paki stan Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah, the insurgent leader who ordered the assassination of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, an Afghan De fense Ministry spokesman said Friday. In a telephone inter view, Mohammad Radmanish said Fazlullah and two other insurgents were killed early Thursday morning, just hours before Afghanistan's Taliban began a three-day cease re to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr. The three-day holiday follows the end of Islam's holy month of Ramadan when devout adherents fast from sunrise to sunset. However, Sakhi Mash wani, a Parliamentarian from Kunar province told the Associated Press that Fazlullah, along with ve other insurgents, died when the strike slammed into the vehicle in which they were driving. Mashwani said dozens of people, including Fazlullah's brother, Moheen Dada, gathered Friday in the Ghaziabad district of Kunar province, to offer prayers for the dead Tali ban leader. According to a statement attributed to U.S. Forces-Afghanistan spokesman Lt. Col Martin O'Donnell, the U.S. car ried out a "counterterror ism strike" Thursday in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan targeting "a senior leader of a designated terrorist organization." The statement did not say whether the strike had killed anyone and did not identify Fazlullah as the target. However, the state ment did note that the drone attack did not violate a cease-re announcement made June 7 by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The Taliban's promise of a temporary truce came on Monday. Radmanish said the drone attack took place in Marawara district, near the border. Pakistan's military refused to comment on the report of Fazlullah's death saying any informa tion would have to come from Washington. Yet Fa zlullah's death would be welcome news in Paki stan, where the govern ment has repeatedly complained that Fazlullah and his Tehrik-e-Taliban had found safe havens across the border in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Kabul and Washington both complain that Pakistan has for years allowed Afghanistan's Taliban free movement as well as medical treatment for battleeld wounds. Still, the recent ceasere announcement by Afghanistan's Taliban is being at least partial ly credited to Pakistan, which some observers say has been pressing the lead ership to accept President Ghani's recent peace over tures. In his Eid greeting this week, Afghan Taliban chief Haibatullah Akhun zada repeated the Taliban demand for direct talks with the United States be fore opening negotiations with the Afghan government. Until now, Washing ton has refused. It was Yousafzai's open call for girls' education and criticism of the Taliban that infuriated Fazlullah. She was just 14 when she survived the assassina tion attempt in 2012. Her return to her hometown earlier this year seemed a particular triumph as it was also to open a school funded by a charity she es tablished to promote girls education globally. She has often said that Fazlullah's attempts to si lence her backred and instead he amplied her voice around the world. A ruthless leader, Fa zlullah ordered the bomb ing and beheadings of dozens of opponents when his band of insurgents controlled Pakistan's picturesque Swat Valley from 2007 until a massive mili tary operation routed them in 2009. In Yousafzai's hometown of Mingora in the Swat Valley, residents welcomed reports of Fa zlullah's death with one resident saying many feared he would return one day to re-impose his vio lent rule. "We witnessed the bru tality of the Taliban in Swat when Fazlullah and his men were present here and we are happy to know that he has gone to hell," said Idrees Khan, a mem ber of a local elders peace committee. "People in Swat will feel safer after the killing of Fazlullah." His insurgent group, the Tehrik-e-Taliban, also took responsibility for the brutal attack on an Army Public School in Paki stan's northwestern city of Peshawar in December 2014 when more than 140 children and their teachers were slaughtered. Survivors of the attack told of insurgents roaming through the school shoot ing their victims, some as young as six years old, in the head. Mohammad Akhtar, whose 12-year-old son Fa had Khan died in the 2014 massacre, said he had been waiting for conrmation of "terrorist Fazlullah's" death. "Thank God, he is dead," he said after returning from a visit to his son's grave. Fazlullah rose to promi nence through radio broad casts in Swat demanding the imposition of Islamic law, earning him the nickname "Mullah Radio." His radio talks also aired the grievances of many in the northwest against the gov ernment, such as its slowmoving justice system. He also reached out to wom en, promising to address their complaints about not getting a fair share of their inheritance. His brutality often included public beheadings, often of police ofcers. His exact age is not known but he was believed to be in his late 30s. CITIZEN TRIBUNE WorldFriday, June 15, 2018 EEE-5 APIn this file image made from video broadcast on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013, undated footage of Mullah Fazlullah is shown on a projector in Pakistan. An Afghan defense ministry official says Friday, June 15, 2018 a US drone strike in northeastern Kunar province killed Pakistan Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah. Pakistan has been hunting Fazlullah for several years and has repeatedly said he was plotting attacks on Pakistan from safe havens in Afghanistan.Afghan official: US drone kills Pakistan Taliban chiefX-rays, soy on front lines of US-China trade spatBEIJING (AP) Presi dent Donald Trump is hik ing the price of Chinesemade forklift trucks and X-ray machines for Amer ican buyers. They are part of a $50 billion list of Chinese ex ports targeted for a 25 per cent tariff hike in response to complaints Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. The list of 1,102 prod ucts issued Friday includes 818 remaining from a tentative list of 1,333 released in April. The U.S. govern ment also released a sec ond list of 284 additional products it said were being considered for tariffs. It is the rst direct im pact on American consum ers of the dispute over a state-led technology development strategy the White House says violates Beijing's free-trade commitments and hurts foreign competitors. More than a routine trade dispute, it reects Washington's unease that American technology leadership and prosper ity might be eroded by China's state-led efforts to compete in smartphones, electric cars, biotech and other elds. Economists and busi nesspeople say Beijing is unlikely to give ground on a strategy seen by Communist leaders as the path to higher incomes and to restoring China's rightful role as a global leader.WHAT IS THE DISPUTE?U.S. ofcials say the tariff hike targets goods that might benet from Chinese theft of technol ogy or pressure on foreign companies to hand it over in exchange for market ac cess. They point to plans stretching back two de cades that call for state-led development of Chinese competitors in articial intelligence, clean energy, electric cars, robotics, biotech and other elds. Foreign companies complain Beijing subsidizes edgling Chinese developers and shields them from competition in violation of its free-trade commitments. Trump is hardly the rst foreign leader to com plain. Others have led World Trade Organization complaints or lobbied Chi nese leaders in person dur ing visits to Beijing. But Trump has attacked headon, threatening to disrupt Chinese exports.CHINESE GOODS TARGETED FOR TARIFF HIKESIn addition to forklifts and medical equipment, Friday's list includes tur bojet and marine engine parts, factory and food processing machinery and power generators. Much of the list is in dustrial components and chemicals including steel pipe and parts used in TV sets and telecom equip ment. That could hurt emerging Chinese global brands including Huawei in telecoms, Mindray in medical equipment and Hisense in TVs. The second list of possible additional products for tariff hikes includes batteries used in electric cars and optical ber. Business groups warn the tariffs are effectively a tax on American consum ers, though the American Chamber of Commerce says Trump's threat prompted Beijing to en gage in more intensive negotiations than it has in years."MADE IN CHINA 2025"U.S. ofcials cite Beijing's long-range development strategy, dubbed "Made in China 2025," as emblematic of tactics they say hamper competition and will hurt American competitors. It calls for creating Chi nese global competitors in information technology, numerical control machin ery and robotics, aerospace and aviation equipment, maritime engineering equipment and high-tech vessel manufacturing, advanced rail equipment, energy-saving and electric vehicles, electrical equipment, agricultural ma chinery, new materials and biopharmaceuticals and medical devices. Foreign business groups have complained for a decade that Beijing is squeezing them out of promising elds. They say "Made in China 2025" ap pears to leave them little or no place in those indus tries. Previous technology plans since the 1990s have targeted even broader areas including nuclear power, genetics, deep sea equipment, satellites and lasers.AMERICAN GOODS FACING POSSIBLE RETALIATIONChina's Commerce Ministry responded Friday by saying it would immedi ately impose penalties of "equal scale" on American goods. It gave no details but a $50 billion list of possible targets released in April included soybeans and light aircraft for pos sible retaliation. April's list of 106 products also included beef, whiskey and orange juice. That targets rural Trump supporters and reects Chinese efforts to minimize losses by picking goods available from other suppliers. Soybeans are the big gest U.S. export but other products on the list also are major earners. U.S. aviation-related exports to China totaled $13.2 billion in 2016. It was unclear whether Beijing might try to make an exception for Chineseowned U.S. exporters such as pork producer Smitheld Foods.

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Page E6, LOS ANGELES (AP) Summer is always full of action and superhero pics, but this year a once dormant yet utterly adored genre is coming back in a big way: the romantic comedy. After a 2017 without any from a major studio, this summer is proving to be a re-birth for this lost Hollywood staple with ve notable releases, including "Crazy Rich Asians and a "Mamma Mia! sequel. The reasons for the genre's decline are many. A post-recession focus on in ternational audiences, fran chises and superheroes have helped to push rom-coms off the priority list for studios. Also, after a long and fruitful run in the late '80s through the 2000s, enthusiasm started to wane. They had become stale. There were a few outliers, of course, like Amy Schumer's "Trainwreck," but the big studio rom-coms became derivative, lazy and dull. "They didn't reect the way that society was chang ing. They were all about white, straight couples. They fell back on the con ventions that dene the genre," said Erin Carlson, author of the book "I'll Have What She's Having: How Nora Ephron's Three Iconic Films Saved the Romantic Comedy" and an upcoming book about the lms of Meryl Streep. "People just got tired of them." A death, of sorts, was necessary for the genre to rise again with a new set of voices. It didn't hurt that "The Big Sick" made a splash at the box ofce and went on to get a screenwrit ing Oscar nomination the kind of prestigious rec ognition rarely afforded to classic rom-coms that don't have a "Silver Linings Playbook" edge. "('The Big Sick') showed that people still want a good rom-com at the multi plex, but they want one that pushes the genre forward in new, interesting ways that reect real life today, not tired tropes of yesterday," Carlson said. And indeed, the romcoms of 2018 are continuing that forward movement. Earlier in the year there was Paramount's "Book Club" and its focus on older women, 20th Century Fox's "Love, Simon's" gay, teen protagonist, and the bilingual "Overboard," which has become the highestgrossing lm for Pantelion Films. "Set It Up ," a Netix re lease out Friday, is perhaps the most throw-back of all the upcoming lms. It is about people with actual jobs that consume their lives instead of playing a glamor ous backdrop to whatever romantic exploits the movie dictates. Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell star as assis tants who decide to set up their miserable and difcult bosses, played by Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs. It was dreamt up by Juliet Berman, the head of development for Treehouse Pic tures, and screenwriter Ka tie Silberman, both ardent rom-com fans who met as assistants in Los Angeles. "I grew up at a time when rom-coms didn't have a negative connotation, they were just my favorite movies," Silberman said. "I wanted for a long time to try to write something that would make audiences feel the way the movies I loved growing up made me feel. They're fun and kind and warm and nice and smart." The script got the attention of Hollywood with a spot on the coveted Black List in 2015, a survey of the industry's best unproduced screenplays. It was picked up by MGM and even had "Game of Thrones'" Emilia Clarke to star, but it started to fall apart when the stu dio wavered and Clarke had to go back to shoot her television show. The team, including Powell, was un deterred. "We met with a lot of people who really liked the script but so many people would say, 'oh it's not right for our platform,' or 'it's not right for our slate,'" said "Set It Up" director Claire Scanlon. "There were so many rules for people who were picking up lms and if it didn't t perfectly with exactly what they had com ing out, then they didn't want to do it." That all changed in a meeting with Netix, when executive Matt Brodlie agreed to make it in the room he said yes in Jan uary and they were shoot ing by May. Netix has also released a few other roman tic comedies this year including "Ibiza," ''When We First Met" and "The Kiss ing Booth." And, likewise, Amazon was the shop that took a gamble acquiring "The Big Sick." It's not just streaming platforms re-embracing the genre the big studios are too. Universal has "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" coming July 20, with many of the original cast as well as Cher and Andy Garcia. And Warner Bros. is releas ing the adaptation of Kevin Kwan's popular novel "Cra zy Rich Asians" on Aug. 15. Nina Jacobson, who pro duced "Crazy Rich Asians," saw an opportunity in the story about a Chinese American woman who travels to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's parents to take audiences to a world they haven't seen in a main stream American movie, and also touch on universal themes. "So many (romantic com edies) became so formula ic," Jacobson said. "But it is a genre that has been histor ically beloved and successful and this felt like a great way to re-approach it." The independent realm, which has been keeping rom-coms alive for some time, also has a few bound ary-pushing releases on the schedule, both about people in their early middle age nding love. The Sundance charmer "Juliet, Naked," based on the Nick Hornby novel and starring Rose Byrne, Chris O'Dowd and Ethan Hawke, comes out Aug. 17, followed by "Des tination Wedding ," which boasts a '90s dream cast in Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves who star as single wedding guests. "It's a dark comedy," said "Destination Wedding" pro ducer Gail Lyon. "They're playing the idea of two broken people who have had the (expletive) kicked out of them in the love department. Can they really nd enough hope to nd something or is cynicism going to rule the day? It's really funny and really honest about nding love later in life." Lyon, who also produced "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!," knows that the movie business is cyclical, but thinks that rom-coms needed to get back to the basics character and dia logue while also "twist ing the paradigm a little bit to keep it fresh," which she says "Destination Wedding" (Aug. 24) does. If 2018 is the start of a new era of the romantic comedy, Carlson thinks that one day we may trace it back to "The Big Sick." She compares it to how "Moon struck," which won three Oscars in 1988, helped get the genre out of the cyni cal "Annie Hall" phase and pave the way for "When Harry Met Sally" and all the classics that hit spawned. "People have written the romantic comedy's obitu ary over and over and over again," Carlson said. "But the genre will always sur vive as long as it's pushed forward in ways that re ect contemporary society. And it will also survive as long as love and relation ships elude and fascinate us that is, it will never go away." CITIZEN TRIBUNE EntertainmentEEE-2 Thursday, June 14, 2018 APThis image released by Universal Pictures shows Alexa Davies, from left, Jessica Keenan Wynn and Lily James in a scene from Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, in theaters on July 20. Once sidelined, romantic comedies rise again this summerBeach Boys team up with Royal PhilharmonicLONDON (AP) Summer is coming and the season in Britain is be ing marked by a return to the airwaves of the Beach Boys' "Fun, Fun, Fun" with a new version featur ing the Royal Philharmon ic Orchestra. The raucous teenage classic has been reborn with a classical twist, one of 16 Beach Boys tunes given a new lease on life on a CD recorded at Abbey Road, a London landmark forever associated with another great '60s band, the Beatles. Beach Boys singer Mike Love seems somewhat mystied by the continu ing appeal of tunes he helped pen with cousin and fellow Beach Boy Bri an Wilson more than ve decades ago. "They're playing 'Fun, Fun, Fun' on the radio these days, which is great," says Love, who was in Britain for days of live performances. "Brian and I wrote that years and years ago. I said, Brian, 'we ought to do a song about a girl who borrows her dad's car and goes cruising to it rather than to the library.'" The slightly preposter ous song (romance devel ops after the girl's father takes her Thunderbird away) had a rst life as a hit, a second spell as a nos talgic encore at hundreds of Beach Boys concerts, and now a third incarnation that combines the band's early sound with a premier orchestra. "They've done a great job of honoring the original vocal performances and complementing them with the orchestrations," said Love. The project has been approved by all the surviv ing Beach Boys, including Brian Wilson, who had re cently been embroiled in bitter lawsuits with Love. Brian's two brothers Carl and Dennis Wilson have both died. Brian Wilson is not tour ing with the current incar nation of the Beach Boys he's been concentrating on solo projects for some 20 years but he sees the Philharmonic project as validation of his belief that classic compositions like "Good Vibrations" are "pocket symphonies." "I always knew the vocal arrangements I did back in the 1960s would lend themselves perfectly for a symphony," he said in a statement. "I am both proud and humbled by what they have created us ing our songs." The album, released last week, is already the Beach Boys highest charting al bum in Britain in 28 years. The Royal Philharmonic has had success with this approach before, releasing earlier albums "with" Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Aretha Franklin. Producers Don Reedman and Nick Patrick use the orchestra to set the stage with dramatic introductions to well-known songs, then add bits and pieces to highlight key passages, but they don't play with the vocal tracks or alter the mood of the songs. For Beach Boy Bruce Johnston, the reworking of his "Disney Girls" a nostalgic paean to growing up in the 1950s is a rev elation that breathes new life into a song he wrote for the band's 1971 album, "Surf's Up." "They brought a dream to life," he said. "I never thought 'Disney Girls' would ever get this treat ment. I couldn't even imagine it this way. It's a surprise."

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E7 WASHINGTON (AP) In the year since House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others were shot at a congressional baseball practice, mass shootings have occurred at a Texas church, a Las Vegas music festival and high schools in Parkland, Florida, and Santa Fe, Texas. Ohio Rep. Brad Wenstrup, a doctor who helped save Scalise's life last June, has watched those attacks unfold with the acute sensitivity of a mass shooting survivor. Each shooting is jarring, says Wenstrup he calls the Parkland shooting in par ticular sickening but his views on gun control have not changed. "If not for a gun two guns really being used on our side" by two Capi tol Police ofcers at the GOP practice, "you might have seen 20 dead people," Wenstrup says. "That tells you where I'm coming from." That sentiment is wide spread among Republicans, who say the attack has only strengthened their commitment to protecting gun rights. The attack one year ago gives special weight to the annual game Thursday night at Nation als Park, where Republi cans and Democrats are gathering for the competi tion that dates to 1909. Rep. Roger Williams of Texas, who is coaching the Republican team, said he personally asked Presi dent Donald Trump to at tend the game, and Trump replied that he'd be there. Williams said he didn't know if Trump was actual ly attending, and the White House wasn't saying late Wednesday. Scalise, of Louisiana, suffered life-threatening injuries in the June 2017 shooting but returned to work last fall. He said the shooting "deepened my appreciation for the Sec ond Amendment because it was people with guns who saved my life and every other member out there." If Capitol Police ofcers David Bailey and Crystal Griner had not been there with guns to counter the shooter, "then there would have been nobody to take him down and he would have just been able to come and pick us apart," Scalise said in a brief interview this week. He said he'll be wearing a Capitol Police baseball cap in their honor Thurs day night. As he and other lawmakers prepare for the annual congressional baseball game at Nationals Park on Thursday night the anniversary of the shooting Scalise said he's comfortable with the actions Congress has taken on gun safety, including measures to strengthen the federal background check system for gun purchases and improve school safety. Scalise said he sees no need to go further. "Taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens is not the answer. Again, it was law-abiding citizens with guns that saved my life and many others," he said. Wenstrup, a former Army combat surgeon in Iraq, says he wants to ap proach gun violence as a health care issue, particularly mental health. "We need to address homicide in America and what's driving it, and cer tainly gun violence is a part of that," he said in an interview. "I think every school, every place where people gather, has to take a look at their security." Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn., who was on the eld during the shooting, said it reinforced his view that ofcials need to combat violence in all forms, whether it is some one with a gun, knife or bomb. "Many times it's mental illness," Fleischmann said, adding that the FBI told lawmakers in a closeddoor brieng that the gun man was intent on "suicide by cop." "Unfortunately, he tar geted us," Fleischmann said of the gunman, who was killed in a shootout with police. Williams said the shoot ing "changed everybody's life," including his. He sprained his ankle try ing to get away from the shooter, and his aide Zack Barth was among those wounded. "It just reminded me that God's in control and how eeting life is," Williams said. "And what's impor tant and what's not im portant. And how divided our country is politically, when somebody would do that." Williams said he relates to what the mass shooting victims in Las Vegas and elsewhere are feeling. "I won't lose that sound in my mind" of bullets y ing from pine trees near the eld, he said. "You don't forget it. ... I'm a Second Amendment guy. I'm a lifetime member of the NRA. I'm a Texan, and I grew up with guns." The shooting "doesn't change my mind. It just re minds me how important it is to reach out to those that would wake up thinking, 'I'm going to kill some body,'" Williams said. But there was at least one lawmaker on the eld that day who said the Al exandria shooting has af fected the way he thinks about gun policy. "It's moved me," said Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, who is retiring after this year. He said he now supports restrictions on high-capacity magazines, for instance, "but that hasn't come up" in debate. Still, "there's been a shift" for him personally, he said. Meanwhile, Scalise, who has been walking with crutches or a cane, said that despite his physical limitations, he is start ing at second base, which "tells you how bad the tal ent level is." "I can eld balls and still make the throw at rst," he told Fox News Channel. "Being able to walk out onto that eld again on Thursday night with my uniform is going to be a special, special moment," he said. The GOP team held an initial practice this year at the eld in Alexandria, Virginia, where the shoot ing occurred, but has since moved to a separate eld in Washington with increased security. The additional security "makes us feel great and more secure," Fleischmann said, "but I hope and pray we can get to a time and place where we can go to a ball eld and feel safe again. That's the America I grew up in, and I hope we can get back to that." CITIZEN TRIBUNE PoliticsThursday, June 14, 2018 EEE-3 APIn this March 6, 2018, le photo, House Republican Whip Steve Scalise speaks at the 2018 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference in Washington. In the year since Scalise and others were wounded during a shooting rampage at a congressional baseball practice, mass shootings have occurred at a Texas church, a Las Vegas music fes tival and schools in Florida and Texas. Each incident is jarring, but GOP lawmakers say their views on gun control have not changed. Congressional baseball game comes a year after shootingWeak pay growth puzzles Fed chief, just like everyone elseWASHINGTON (AP) Halfway through a news conference Wednesday, the head of the world's most powerful central bank was asked a question weighing on the minds and the checking accounts of Americans everywhere: When will people nally start getting meaningful pay raises? Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, had no satisfac tory answer. He called it a "puzzle." And then, as if measur ing his words, he said he wasn't prepared to call it a "mystery." Puzzle or mystery, the source of the consternation is this: The U.S. unem ployment rate has dropped to a multi-decade low of 3.8 percent. A shortage of qualied people to hire has frustrated many employers who have complained that they can't ll job openings. In theory, those two factors should combine to unleash a wave of robust pay raises for everyone from construction crews, teachers, accountants and hotel clerks to engineers, janitors, butchers, baristas and even summer interns. It hasn't happened not in most industries, anyway. Powell acknowledged that he couldn't say for sure why wage growth re mains generally tepid. He said he "certainly would have expected pay raises to react more" to falling unemployment. Echoing what other economists, including his predecessors and colleagues at the Fed, have suggested, Powell offered up one likely factor: the economy's relatively low productivity growth. Put simply, American workers aren't generating enough additional value for each hour on the job. Some economists say companies have invested too little in capital equip ment that would accelerate worker productivity. Others say earlier technologi cal breakthroughs that did speed productivity have yet to be duplicated. But no one is sure. "So it's a bit of a puz zle," the chairman mused, somewhat philosophically. "I wouldn't say it's a mys tery. But it's, it's a bit of a puzzle." Powell didn't explain his distinction between puzzle and mystery. But he has used similar formulations before. In 2017, as a Fed governor, Powell told CNBC that the persistence of ination remaining be low the central bank's 2 percent target after years of monetary stimulus was "kind of a mystery." Yet in recent months, ination seems to have picked up, driven by high er oil prices. Fed ofcials estimated Wednesday that ination would run slight ly above its target through 2020. That forecast ap peared to suggest that low unemployment and a gap ing federal budget decit in the wake of President Donald Trump's tax cuts would nally keep ina tion at or above the Fed's annual 2 percent target rate. This newfound ination is actually something of a challenge for many workers. After factoring in ination, average hourly earnings have been at for the past year, the Labor Department said this week. For workers who aren't supervisors, wages have actually fallen slightly de spite the rush of hiring in an economic expansion on the verge of completing its ninth year. What economists call the "Phillips curve" which says low unemployment should accelerate pay growth appears to be broken or twisted. Or at least operating on a severe delay. Other economists have suggested answers that go beyond the Fed's mandate of using interest rates, as set purchases and public communication to stabilize prices and maximize employment. The liberal Economic Policy Institute released a study in 2016 showing that the longstanding decline in union membership had come at the expense of worker pay raises. Other economists note that Americans have found themselves increasingly in competition with foreigner workers who earn less and that this factor has suppressed wages in some in dustries. Separate research has that found higher wages are now concentrated at exceptionally protable tech darlings like Facebook, where federal lings show median pay topped $240,000 last year. Work ers at many less protable rms are being left behind. Then there's the issue of some workers being forced to sign non-compete agreements. And there's the rise of what econo mists call a "monopsony." That tongue-tripping term refers to industries or com munities with just a few very large employers. Research has found that em ployers in such cases can limit pay growth because workers have few options to quit for similar jobs at rival employers. On Wednesday, Powell ended his new conference with an answer to a ques tion about whether most workers will see signi cant raises, given the mon ey that major companies are pouring into stock buy backs rather than into pay. The Fed chairman stressed that he still thought a strong job mar ket would propel faster pay growth in time. Yet, he added, referring to compa nies that reward investors above workers, "we don't really have the tools that will address the distribu tion of prots and that kind of thing." With those words, Pow ell left the lectern.

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Page E8, ATLANTA (AP) When college student and roots music fan Lance Led better grew frustrated at the near impossibility of buy ing 78 rpm gospel records from the 1920s and '30s, he began to ponder a question: What would it take to reis sue those old tunes and put them in stores? Answering that question has become a career for Ledbetter and his wife, April, at their record label, Dust-to-Digital Since its rst release in 2003, the tiny company run from their modest brick house in a quiet Atlanta neighborhood has become a powerhouse in the niche market of music that's been gathering dust, waiting to nd or regain an audience: antique 78 record ings of blues, gospel, jazz and other styles, along with musicologists' eld recordings of rural musicians and indigenous people all over the world. Nine of the label's releas es have been nominated for Grammy Awards, and one actually won. They cover an eye-popping musical territory, spanning rural American blues and gospel, traditional Mo roccan songs Sacred Harp shape-note hymns, throat singing in the Tuva region northwest of Mongolia, sto rytelling and a host of other genres. A unifying theme ties them together, April Ledbetter said: "I think it's cre ating context and access for things that are otherwise hard to physically hear or mentally wrap your head around." In the indie music magazine Pitchfork, music writer Amanda Petrusich has writ ten that it's "astounding how essential Dust-to-Digital has been to the preserva tion of traditional American folksong." And Chuck Reece, edi tor of The Bitter Southern er online magazine wrote recently that, "Lance and April Ledbetter are perhaps the most important preserv ers of folk music in the modern world, and they do it all from the basement of their little brick house." This month brings two new releases: collections of eld recordings in Mississippi and from central and eastern Africa. The Mississippi material represents another coup for the Ledbetters, whose earlier releases "Goodbye Babylon" and "The Art of Field Recording Vol. 1" gained widespread notice. "Voices of Mississippi" was assembled from de cades of eld recordings by musicologist, academic and documentary lmmaker William Ferris. The material was drawn from his archives in the Southern Folklife Collection at the University of North Caro lina at Chapel Hill. The Yale-educated Ferris helped develop the academic eld of Southern studies, serving as founding director of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi and later teaching at UNC. But his work all stemmed from an early love for the African-American roots music he grew up hearing and later recording in his native Mississippi. "His parents had a work ing farm. He was actually hearing it steps away from the house he lived in," Lance Ledbetter said. The second June release, "Listen All Around," rep resents 1950s recordings made by British musicolo gist Hugh Tracey in central and eastern Africa. It's pop music, Lance Ledbetter said, reecting American music shaped by AfricanAmerican roots, then broad cast back to Africa and transmuted again. Like many other Dustto-Digital products, these are highly visual as well as audible works of art. The "Voices of Mississippi" box set consists of three CDs and a DVD of documentary material produced by Fer ris, along with a 119-page hardcover book containing essays on Ferris' work, lyr ics to the songs and photos made by Ferris. "Listen All Around" is entirely contained in an illustrated hardcover book, with two CDs tucked in the front and back. The label's rst release, "Goodbye Babylon," was a mammoth six-CD set ve CDs of songs and one of sermons packaged in a cedar box along with a book and bolls of cotton from Lance Ledbetter's uncle's farm. Drawn from the stashes of 78 rpm collectors the only place much of the material was still preserved "Goodbye Babylon" took the couple four and a half years to produce, from the time Lance envisioned it during their engagement until it was released in 2004 and quickly garnered a Grammy nomination. His biggest moment came while listening to a Nation al Public Radio segment in which rocker Neil Young touted "Goodbye Babylon" and said he'd been given a copy by Bob Dylan. "I thought I was going to faint," Ledbetter said. "I think that was actually the high point." MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) D.J. Fontana, the drummer who helped launch rock 'n' roll as Elvis Pre sley's sideman, has died at 87, his wife said Thursday. Karen Fontana told The Associated Press that her husband died in his sleep in Nashville Wednesday night. She said he had been suffering complications from breaking his hip in 2016. "He was loved by every body all over the world. He treated everybody like everybody was his friend," she said. Fontana rose from strip joints in his native Shreveport, Louisiana to the heights of musical history as Presley's rst and longtime drummer. They met on the Louisi ana Hayride, a popular and inuential radio and TV country music program based in Shreveport. Fontana, the staff drummer, asked to join his group for a session broadcast in October 1954. A regional act at the time, the 19-year-old Presley had been recording and touring since the summer with guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black, the musicians Sun Records founder Sam Phil lips brought in after Elvis turned up at the Memphis, Tennessee-based label's studio. "The Blue Moon Boys," as they called themselves, had been playing a blend of blues, pop and coun try that was unique at the time; but it was missing something crucial. "Elvis and Scotty and Bill were making good music, but it wasn't rock n' roll until D.J. put the backbeat into it," the Band's Levon Helm told The Associated Press in 2004. Elvis returned often to the Hayride, and in 1955 Fontana became a per manent member of the group, working with Pre sley through much of the 1960s. Inuenced by such big band drummers as Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa, Fontana was admired by Helm, Ringo Starr, Max Weinberg and many others for his power, speed and steadiness, which he honed during his time with the Hayride. "I heard Scotty and Bill and Elvis one night and knew that I couldn't mess up that sound," Fontana later said. "I think the simple approach comes from my hearing so much big band music. I mixed it with rockabilly." Fontana was there for Presley's extraordinary rst wave of success, from such hit singles as "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock" to his increasingly frenzied live shows and hip-shaking appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and other TV pro grams. He played on many of the soundtracks and was occasionally seen on cam era for Presley's movies in the '50s and '60s. He was on the "come back" Christmas TV special of 1968 that featured Presley and fellow musicians jamming on a tiny stage before a studio audi ence, with Fontana keep ing time on a guitar case. Widely cited for reviving Presley's career, the comeback show was his rst live performance in years and the last time Moore and Fontana worked with Elvis, who died in 1977. "Elvis would always want to go back and talk about the early days when there were four of us in a car, Me, Scotty, Bill and Himself," Fontana later told the fan site Elvis Aus tralia. "And he told me one day, he said 'You know, I wish I wasn't Elvis.' And that struck me funny even back then. You know he kinda wanted to get away for a while. I think he should have retired for about 7 or 8 years, and then come back you know. And then he might still be with us." Fontana also played on Starr's solo album "Beau coups of Blues," and worked with country artist Webb Pierce and rocka billy star Gene Vincent among others. More re cently, he and Moore were joined by Helm, Keith Richards and other guests for the 1997 Presley trib ute album "All the King's Men." In 2000, he played on Paul McCartney's cover of an early Presley hit, "That's All Right." Born in 1931, Domi nic Joseph Fontana began playing drums as a teen in his high school marching band and would also jam with his cousin while lis tening to big band record ings. By his early 20s he was performing at strip joints and spending enough time around the Hayride that he was hired fulltime, although at rst he was asked to play behind a cur tain because drums were scorned by country audiences. Presley's Sun Records contract was purchased by RCA Victor late in 1955 and he became a sensation around the country, and beyond. During an interview with Elvis Australia, Fon tana recalled a 1957 show at a Canadian football stadium, when Presley did his best to honor the owners' wishes to keep the crowd off the grass and away from the stage. "So Elvis came on, did a few songs, and said: 'We'd like for you to get back in your seats.' Which they did, very orderly. Until the last song, and here they come again," Fontana explained. "Elvis left the stage, and here we were with 20,000 people! The stage turned over, but we nally got all the equipment in the car, which was right behind the stage. The car was sur rounded by kids, and they were shaking the car." CITIZEN TRIBUNE NationEEE-4 Thursday, June 14, 2018 APIn this Friday, May 25, 2018 photo, a copy of Voices of Mississippi, a box set of recordings released by Dust-To-Digital, is shown in Atlanta. Lance and April Ledbetter operate Dust-to-Digital, a record label that digitizes and re-releases old recordings.APIn this Oct. 16, 2004 file photo, longtime Elvis Presley drummer D.J. Fontana performs at the 50th anniversary celebration concert of Elvis Presleys first performance at the Louisiana Hayride in Sherveport, La. Fontana, the drummer who helped launch rock n roll as Elvis Presleys sideman, has died at 87, his wife said Thursday, June 14, 2018. Karen Fontana told The Associated Press that her husband died Wednesday, June 13 in his sleep in Nashville.Longtime Elvis Presley drummer D.J. Fontana has diedTiny Dust-to-Digital record label gathers big attention

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E9 your local e-mail update AroundOsceola.com News Now AroundOsceola.com Get Up-To-Date news sent directly to you!Sign Up Today! AroundOsceola.com PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) North Koreans are getting a new look at U.S. President Donald Trump now that his sum mit with leader Kim Jong Un is over and it's a far cry from the "dotard" label their government slapped on him last year. Previously, even on a good day, the best he might get was "Trump." No honorics. No signs of respect. Now, he's being called "the president of the United States of America." Or "President Donald J. Trump." Even "supreme leader." The post-summit transformation of North Korea's ofcial version of Trump, who's now being shown by state media looking serious and almost regal, underscores the carefully choreographed reality show the govern ment has had to perform to keep its people, taught from childhood to hate and distrust the "American im perialists," ideologically on board with the tectonic shifts underway in their country's relationship with Washington. With a time lag that sug gests a great deal of care and thought went into the nal product, the North's state-run television aired its rst videos and photos of the summit on Thursday, two days after the event and a full day af ter Kim returned home to Pyongyang, the capital. To be sure, the star of the show was Kim. Trump's rst appearance and the now famous handshake didn't come until almost 20 minutes into the 42-minute program. To the dramatic, almost song-like intonations of the nation's most famous newscaster, the program depicted Kim as states manlike beyond his years, condent and polite, quick to smile and rmly in con trol. He was shown allowing the older American Trump, in his seventies, is more than twice Kim's age to lean in toward him to shake hands, or give a thumbs up, then walking a few steps ahead to a work ing lunch. The program also showed an awkward mo ment of Trump reaching out to shake the hand of a North Korean general, Minister of the People's Armed Forces No Kwang Chol, who instead saluted the American president. Trump saluted the ofcer in return, and the two then shook hands. In another scene, he moved a chair with his foot instead of his hands. Both elicited giggles from North Koreans watching the program. Before showing Trump and Kim signing their joint statement, the news caster said Trump made a point of giving Kim a look at his armored Cadillac limousine, and noted that it is known to Americans as "the Beast." She also at one point called them the "two supreme leaders" of their countries. The image-heavy news of Kim's trip to Singa pore was presented like a chronological documentary, starting with the red-carpet send off at the Pyongyang airport on, interestingly enough, a chartered Air China ight. That was followed by video of his motorcade making its way to the St. Regis Hotel in Singapore as throngs of well-wishers waved as though await ing a rock star, and Kim's night tour of the city-state on the summit's eve. The state media's rep resentation of the summit and Trump is extremely important because it gives the North Korean popula tion, which has only lim ited access to other news sources, an idea not just of what's going on but also of how the government ex pects them to respond. For the average North Korean, the state media's coverage of Kim's diplomatic blitz this year must seem nothing short of astonishing. After sending a top-level delegation that included his own sister to the Winter Olympics in South Ko rea in February, Kim has met twice each with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Chinese Presi dent Xi Jinping and the state media have splashed all of the meetings across its front pages and news casts though generally a day after the fact to al low time to make sure the ideological tone is right and the images as power ful as possible. In the run-up to the sum mit, the North's media softened its rhetoric so as not to spoil the atmo sphere as Kim prepared to sit down with the leader of the country North Korea has maligned and lambast ed for decades as the most evil place on Earth, other than perhaps Japan, its for mer colonial ruler. It red a few barrages against hard-line comments by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and National Security Adviser John Bolton and has stood ever critical of "capitalist values," but has kept direct references to Trump to a minimum. Bolton, who has been a target of Pyong yang's ire since his service in the George W. Bush administration, was introduced in the Thursday pro gram dead-pan and shown shaking Kim's hand. What this all means for the future is a complicated matter. North Korea has pre sented Kim's diplomatic strategy as a logical next step following what he has said is the completion of his plan to develop a cred ible nuclear deterrent to what Pyongyang has long claimed is a policy of hos tility and "nuclear black mail" by Washington. That was its message through the news on Thursday, which stressed that the talks with Trump would be focused on forg ing a relationship that is more in tune with what it called changing times most likely meaning North Korea's new status as a nu clear weapons state and its desire for a mechanism to ensure a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula and, nally, denuclearization. Despite the respectful tone, there remains a clear undercurrent of caution. Kim remains the hero in the ofcial Pyongyang narrative. Whether Trump will be his co-star, or once again the villain, is fodder for another episode. CITIZEN TRIBUNEWorldThursday, June 14, 2018 EEE-5 APIn this image made from video released by KRT on June 14, 2018, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, taking a walk through the a garden with U.S. President Donald Trump during their summit in Singapore, June 12, 2018. In the state-run media coverage of the recent summit, North Koreans are getting a new look at U.S. President Donald Trump now that his summit with leader Kim Jong Un is safely over and its a far cry from the dot ard label Pyongyang slapped on him last year.After summit, North Korea shows Trump in new lightSaudi-led troops fight rebel forces south of Yemen's HodeidaSANAA, Yemen (AP) Troops in a Saudi-led coalition captured a town south of Yemen's port city of Hodeida on Thursday as erce ghting and air strikes pounded the area, ofcials said, on the sec ond day of an offensive to capture the strategic har bor. A Saudi military spokes man described forces drawing closer to Hodeida (hoh-DY'-duh) through which some 70 percent of Yemen's food enters via the port, as well as the bulk of humanitarian aid and fuel supplies in this country on the brink of famine. Around two-thirds of the country's population of 27 million relies on aid and 8.4 million are already at risk of starving. International aid agencies and the United Nations had warned Saudi and Emirati forces not to launch the assault against the Shiite rebels known as Houthis who hold the city, fearful it could shut down that vital route for aid. However, the UAE's am bassador to U.N. agencies in Geneva maintained that the coalition had no choice but to act. "Should we leave the Houthis smuggling missiles?" Ambassador Obaid Salem al-Zaabi asked journalists. "This comes from this seaport. We al ready gave the United Nations the chance to operate from this seaport, and (the Houthis) refused." The ambassador's comments contradict a January U.N. panel of experts report calling it "unlikely" the Houthis used Hodeida for smuggling arms. The panel cited the fact that vessels coming into the port faced random inspec tion, required U.N. ap proval and no weapons had been seized on the route since March 2017. However, the U.N. and Western nations say Iran has supplied the Houthis with weapons, from as sault ries to the ballistic missiles they have red deep into Saudi Arabia, including at the capital, Riyadh. Over 150 ballistic missiles in all have been red into the kingdom by the Houthis, according to Saudi ofcials. The Norwegian Refugee Council said in a statement the port remained open Thursday, citing in formation from the U.N. There were "four vessels lled with food and fuel at berth" and another ve vessels at anchorage, it said. "People in the governor ate have reported heavy airstrikes along coastal areas and roads in districts south of Hodeida city," the council said. "No direct at tacks have been reported within Hodeida city itself, despite the overhead pres ence of ghter jets." Meanwhile, soldiers took the town of Nakhila in Yemen's ad-Durayhimi district, some 20 kilome ters (12.5 miles) south of Hodeida International Air port, according to Yemen's government-run SABA news agency. Fighters continued to move closer to the airport in ghting Thursday. Col. Turki al-Malki, a Saudi military spokesman, described coalition forces as around 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) from the aireld in an interview with Saudiowned satellite news chan nel Al Arabiya. The Saudi-led coalition backing Yemen's exiled government launched the assault on Hodeida on Wednesday, raising warnings from aid agencies that Yemen's humanitarian disaster could deepen. The attack is aimed at driving out Iranian-aligned Houthis, who have held Hodeida since 2015, and break the civil war's long stalemate. But it could set off a prolonged street-bystreet battle that inicts heavy casualties. The fear is that a pro tracted ght could force a shutdown of Hodeida's port at a time when a halt in aid risks tipping millions into starvation. The initial battle plan appeared to involve a pincer movement. Some 2,000 troops who crossed the Red Sea from an Emirati naval base in the African nation of Eritrea were awaiting orders to move in from the west after Yemeni government forces seize Hodeida's port, Yemeni security ofcials said. Emirati forces with Ye meni government troops moved in from the south near Hodeida's airport, while others sought to cut off Houthi supply lines to the east, the ofcials said. They spoke on condi tion of anonymity as they weren't authorized to brief journalists. Four Emirati soldiers were killed in Wednes day's assault, the United Arab Emirates' state-run news agency said, but gave no details of how they died. Al-Zaabi, the UAE ambassador in Geneva, said they died in the Hodeida campaign, without elaborating. Hodeida is some 150 ki lometers (90 miles) southwest of Sanaa, Yemen's capital, which has been in Houthi hands since Sep tember 2014. The Saudiled coalition entered the war in March 2015. The United Nations and other aid groups already had pulled their interna tional staff from Hodeida ahead of the assault. The U.N. Security Council was scheduled to meet Thurs day to discuss the offen sive. More than 10,000 peo ple have been killed in Ye men's civil war, which has displaced 2 million others and helped spawn a chol era epidemic. Saudi-led airstrikes have killed large numbers of civilians and damaged vital infrastruc ture. The coalition has blocked most ports, let ting supplies into Hodeida in coordination with the U.N. The air campaign and ghting have disrupted other supply lines, caus ing an economic crisis that makes food too expensive for many to afford.

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Page E10, WWW.CFLJOBNET.COMPost Your Resum OO nline At:ST arAR T YOU r R Car CAR EE r R WITH a A J J O B TH aA T I s S RI GHT FO rR Y OU! NEW YORK (AP) Starting a food truck to sell tacos or barbecue on down town streets may seem easy or fun, but owners are nd ing they need more sophis ticated plans now that the novelty has worn off. A culinary fad a decade ago, food trucks have lost some luster and even new ones may not draw a crowd. Many prospective restaurateurs now use trucks as lowcost test kitchens and as literal marketing vehicles. And food truck operators soon realize they need to think strategically espe cially about the winter. Jack and Max Barber started a food truck called Mainely Burgers in 2012, selling burgers and fries at the beach in Scarborough, Maine, and the next year added a second truck in Portland and an ice cream truck. But the competition with Portland's restaurants was tough. "We were denitely bummed out that doing the streets of Portland wasn't working," Jack Barber says. The brothers realized they had to change their business model. While the trucks are still a big part of the busi ness, catering is a better way to bring in revenue. The Barbers now have a full catering calendar, and business has been good enough that they have a res taurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Food trucks are still ap pealing to chefs and en trepreneurs because they cost less than restaurants to open tens of thousands of dollars versus hundreds of thousands or more, says John Gordon, a restaurant consultant with Pacic Management Consulting Group. That difference was particularly attractive dur ing the Great Recession, and the cheap menus drew consumers who could get unique food for less than at a restaurant. But trucks feel less special to customers now, particularly in big cities, restaurant consultant Clark Wolf says. "They're no longer a kind of secret, movable, under ground treasure," he says. The biggest growth in the industry is past, ac cording to market research rm IBISWorld. It counted 4,046 food trucks in the U.S. last year, nearly twice the number of 2008. But it projects annual revenue growth of 3 percent from 2017 to 2022, compared to 7.3 percent from 2012 to last year, when revenue totaled nearly $1 billion. When Gerald and Chiz uru Abraham started their Japanese food truck in Los Angeles three years ago, they were undaunted by the fact that "the glory days are over," Gerald Abraham says. "The heyday when trucks could pull up just about anywhere and build a line in minutes is nothing short of a fantasy to us," he says. But Okamoto Kitchen has been successful, and added a second truck a year ago, because the couple has chosen their menu care fully. Rather than sushi and tempura, they serve meat, sh and sandwiches using traditional Japanese avors like ponzu. "To survive, you have to have some sort of unique concept," Abraham says. The couple also doesn't bring the truck to the same locations too often so cus tomers won't tire of their cuisine. But selling vegan pizza daily at the same spot, out side Buzz Mill, an Austin, Texas, bar and coffee house, works for Robbie Lordi. "We feed their regular customers, so they don't have to leave to eat else where," says Lordi, who started his truck, Li'l Non na's, two years ago. It's common for Austin bars without their own food op erations to arrange with trucks to park nearby. Lordi also has a regular clientele, and business is growing enough that he's considering adding a truck or opening a restaurant. Finding a regular place has made Bruce Smith's fried chicken truck, ChickN-Nooga, a success a turnaround from his rst food truck, which suc cumbed to slow winter sales in 2013. Now Smith sells to employees of Amazon's warehouse in Chattanooga, Tennessee, several days a week. That meant a 50 per cent increase in revenue last month compared to May 2017. "Amazon is the reason I survived," Smith says. He's now considering whether to expand, and like Lordi, deciding whether to do so with another truck or a res taurant. The owners' struggles are proof that food trucks re quire a strategy, says Matt Geller, president of the in dustry group National Food Truck Association. "If your dream is to own one food truck and make money, don't do it," he advises. Drew Pumphrey also needed a new plan. The rst three years for his barbecue truck, The Smoking Swine, were tough; winters in Bal timore are lean times. But two years ago, Smith's truck was featured on the Food Network show, "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives," and Pumphrey began getting catering orders from compa nies and organizations. "Most of that activity comes through the months when we're not on the road that much, from November to March," he says. Being in the right place at the right time helps. Greg Tillery knew a food truck in New Orleans could lead to a bigger business, but "ve years later I never would have guessed in my wildest dreams I would have a res taurant on Canal Street." Two years later, the truck, We Dat's, had a line of 60 people waiting for chicken and shrimp at the Bayou Classic, an annual football game between Grambling State and Southern univer sities. Tillery realized his potential that day led to the opening of a We Dat's restaurant in 2016, and a second nearly a year ago. The vision Natasha Case and Freya Estreller had was ice cream trucks in differ ent cities across the country. They ended up with a brand of ice cream in 6,000 gro cery stores. Case and Estreller found ed Coolhaus with one food truck in Los Angeles in 2009. Within a few years, they had a handful of trucks in the city, Dallas and New York. They also began testmarketing their ice cream at Whole Foods, and realized the best way to go national was selling ice cream in grocery stores. The trucks, which now number nine, and three stores in Southern Califor nia are laboratories, Case says. "We can build a following before we bring our products to grocery stores," she says. CITIZEN TRIBUNE FoodEEE-2 Wednesday, June 13, 2018 APIn this Friday, June 8, 2018, photo customers get their lunch at the Japanese food truck Okamoto Kitchen in Beverly Hills, Calif. Rather than sushi and tempura, they serve meat, fish and sandwiches using traditional Japanese flavors like ponzu.APIn this Friday, June 8, 2018, photo Okamoto Kitchens Gerald Abraham, left, talks to regular customer, Eduardo Arias, at Okamoto Kitchen in Beverly Hills, Calif.Food truck evolutionOwners strategize as novelty wears off

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E11 AroundOsceola.com Check out the THE GUIDE For all your services needs Inside ev ery Thursday and Saturday Osceola News-Gazette.Want to place an ad? Call 407-846-7600Looking For An Attorney... or Dog Groomer? I House Ad WASHINGTON (AP) House Republicans are con sidering next steps on two immigration bills after GOP leaders persuaded moderate Republicans to drop their renegade effort to force votes on legislation that would have protected young "Dreamer" immigrants with a path to citizenship. Instead, leaders reached a deal with moderates and conservatives that will al low two votes on other bills, starting as soon as next week. Moderates were promised a vote on a compromise immigration plan, which re mains a work in progress but will likely include a citizen ship pathway for the young immigrants who have been living in the country illegal ly since they were children. Conservatives were guaranteed a vote on their favored approach, which provides a path to legal status but not citizenship. With a truce between the GOP's factions, House Republicans were set to meet behind closed doors Wednesday to assess the process forward on an issue that has divided the party for years and that leaders worried would damage the GOP ahead of the election season. A spokeswoman for Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., AshLee Strong, announced the decision late Tuesday after a bargaining session with the lawmakers from the GOP's conservative and moderate factions ended without agreement on a sin gle package all sides could support. Moderates had been col lecting signatures on a petition drive to would force a vote. Strong said the deci sion to consider two bills would avert the petition drive "and resolve the bor der security and immigra tion issues." Leaders feared if the moderates had been able to collect the 218 votes need ed, mostly from Democrats, it would embarrass Repub licans by passing a bill that conservatives decried as amnesty for the young immigrants. Rep. Carlos Curbelo, RFla., a leader of the moder ates' petition drive, credited his group for forcing the is sue to the fore. "Our goal has always been to force the House to debate and consider meaningful immigration reform, and today we're one step closer," Curbelo said. Conservatives were also pleased, certain that nei ther bill would necessarily win enough votes to pass, but condent the outcome would show the political strength of their preferred approach, a bill from Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va. Rep. Mark Meadows, RN.C., a leader of the con servative Freedom Caucus, said even if the bill fails, voting would show "we can just amend the Goodlatte bill" and try again. Strong said votes on the two bills would happen next week. But Meadows said a vote on the compromise plan may slip to the end of the month as talks continue crafting the legislation. For weeks, the party's two wings have hunted for ways to provide a compro mise that would provide the citizenship pathway and also bolster border security, but have failed to nd mid dle ground. The House ended Tues day's session as moderates fell short of their stated goal of having 218 signa tures a majority of the chamber on a petition that would force votes on other immigration bills that GOP leaders oppose. They had promised to do that by Tuesday in order to trigger those votes later this month. Instead, the centrists ac cumulated the names of all 193 Democrats but just 23 Republicans two short of the number required. GOP leaders have strongly opposed the rarely used petition tactic, asserting those votes would probably produce a liberal-leaning bill backed by Democrats and just a smattering of Re publicans. They've actively lobbied other moderates to not sign the petition, and in talks bargainers have sought legislation both sides could back or alternatively a way for each faction to get a vote on legislation they could support. The alternative measure is still under discussion. But a Republican familiar with the discussions said it would likely be based on a proposal by moderates that would grant the Dreamers a chance for citizenship but also provide the $25 billion President Donald Trump wants for his border wall with Mexico. It would also hew close Trump's ideas for ending the diversity visa and impose curbs on legal immigration for some immigrant family members, changes that conservatives want. That Republican spoke on condition of ano nymity to describe private talks. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., criticized the GOP approach. "If Republicans plan to use Dreamers as a way to advance @realDonaldTrump's xenophobic, anti-immigrant agenda, they will get a ght from House Democrats," Pelosi said in a tweet. Any compromise bill would probably also in clude provisions changing how immigrant children are separated from their fami lies at the border, aides said. Trump's recent clampdown on people entering the U.S. illegally has re sulted in hundreds of chil dren being separated from their families and a public relations black eye for the administration. No law re quires those children to be taken from their parents. A 2-decade-old court settle ment requires those who are separated to be re leased quickly to relatives or qualied programs. But the White House has sought to change that and Republicans are seeking language to make it easier to keep the families together longer, said several Republicans. Advocates for immigrants have said the Goodlatte bill would allow minors to be detained longer than is now currently allowed. As talks between the House GOP's factions con tinued, leaders worked to derail the moderates' peti tion. As part of the effort, party leaders promised votes to later this year on a bill dealing with migrant agricultural workers and requirements that employers use a government online system to verify workers' citizenship, according to three aides familiar with the negotiations. The Republi cans spoke on condition of anonymity to describe pri vate talks. Congress has been forced to deal with the immigration after Trump last year terminated the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants have beneted from DACA or could qualify for it, but risked of deportation as the program ended, though fed eral court orders have kept the program functioning for now. Senate efforts to pass im migration legislation failed earlier this year. CITIZEN TRIBUNE PoliticsWednesday, June 13, 2018 EEE-3 APIn this June 7, 2018, photo, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., takes questions from reporters following a closed-door GOP meeting on immigration without reaching an agree ment between conservatives and moderates, on Capitol Hill in Washington. House Republicans to offer 2 separate bills on immigrationLawsuit says DOJ not providing documents to ex-FBI officialWASHINGTON (AP) The Justice Department has repeatedly refused to provide former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe with documents related to his ring, ac cording to a lawsuit led on his behalf. The complaint led Tuesday says the Justice Department has publicly defended the ring yet failed to identify for McCabe the policies and procedures it followed before dismissing him. The de partment has withheld the information, McCabe's lawyers allege, for fear that the materials could be used against them in any additional lawsuits. "We don't create or adju dicate under secret law or procedure," David Snyder, one of McCabe's lawyers, said in an email to The As sociated Press. The case pits the career law enforcement ofcial against a Justice Depart ment that employed him for more than two decades. It refocuses attention on a ring last March that di vided current and former Justice Department ofcials. And it signals that McCabe, repeatedly tar geted for criticism and at tacks by President Donald Trump in the last year, is determined to try to clear his name in court even as he faces a possible criminal probe into whether he intentionally misled inter nal investigators. The lawsuit in federal court in Washington also comes just days ahead of a Justice Department inspector general report ex pected to criticize senior FBI ofcials, including McCabe, for their actions during the Hillary Clinton email investigation. McCabe's lawyers say in the complaint that they want the records as they "seek to vindicate Mr. McCabe's rights and restore his good name," and as they weigh whether to take more legal action over a ring they contend was improper. The case names as defendants the Justice Department, the FBI and the inspector general's of ce. A spokeswoman for the Justice Department declined to comment Tues day evening, and a spokes man for the watchdog ofce did not immediately return messages seeking comment. Attorney General Jeff Sessions red McCabe on March 16, less than two days before his scheduled retirement, on the recom mendation of FBI and Justice Department ofcials. McCabe, who joined the FBI in 1996 and was named to the No. 2 posi tion 20 years later, became the bureau's acting leader following the ring in May 2017 of James Comey as director. The termination followed allegations that Mc Cabe had misled disciplin ary ofcials and Comey, his then-boss, about his role in authorizing FBI ofcials to speak with a Wall Street Journal reporter for an October 2016 story about an FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation. The inspector general's ofce concluded in a re port earlier this year that McCabe had repeatedly deceived investigators and referred the matter for po tential criminal prosecution to the U.S. attorney's ofce in Washington. McCabe has denied the alle gations, and has said that when he thought his answers were being misun derstood during interviews with investigators, he tried to correct the record. In the lawsuit, McCabe's lawyers say the department has repeatedly insisted that it followed appropriate policies and procedures before ring McCabe but has either de nied or refused to respond to multiple requests about that process. "Defendants fear that disclosure to Plaintiff of the documents at issue will place Defendants and others at risk in any pro ceedings brought against them by Mr. McCabe," the complaint states. "Based on these fears, Defendants appear to have pre emptively decided not to disclose the documents to Plaintiff." Among the records be ing sought are an inspector general manual that lays out the guidelines gov erning the ofce and FBI policy guides on how dis ciplinary matters should be handled. The lawsuit says the in spector general's ofce refused to make the manual available for public review and denied multiple re quests to provide it, and also denied the lawyers ac cess to a library or reading room where the materials could have been reviewed. The complaint also says the FBI and Justice De partment failed to disclose a series of requested FBI documents, preventing McCabe and his lawyers from knowing whether ap propriate procedures were followed before the ring. In a May 3 email to the FBI's Ofce of Professional Responsibility, according to the complaint, Snyder, McCabe's lawyer, asked for records about the FBI's "Offense Codes," media relations policy and any other manuals about internal investigations and discipline that might relate to McCabe's ring. The FBI and Justice De partment lawyers turned down the request. The complaint quotes a May 21 email from one Justice Department ofcial that said, "In the absence of actual litiga tion, (Plaintiff's) demands are not constrained by the normal rules of discovery, which exist, in part, to protect defendants from burdensome or otherwise unreasonable requests."

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Page E12, NEW YORK (AP) Comcast will likely bid for Fox's entertainment business as early as Wednesday now that a federal judge has cleared AT&T's $85 billion takeover of Time Warner. If Comcast succeeds in outbidding Disney for Fox, a major cable distributor would control even more channels on its lineup and those of its rivals. There are fears that it could lead to higher cable bills or hinder online alternatives. But U.S. District Judge Richard Leon cleared the AT&T deal Tuesday despite similar concerns. The ruling signaled that federal regula tors might have a hard time stopping companies from getting bigger by gobbling up rivals and the content they own. Comcast isn't likely the only mega-media bid in the works. There will probably be a rush to consolidate. Cowen analyst Gregory Williams said the ruling could unleash "pent up" demand for mergers and ac quisitions "across the PayTV landscape." Even if a company doesn't need to get bigger right away, it might need to do so to prevent a competitor from doing so. Here's a look at some of the combinations that will transform the media landscape and change how peo ple consume entertainment. FOX WITH DISNEY OR COMCASTDisney has made a $52.4 billion all-stock offer for the bulk of Twenty-First Century Fox, including the studios behind the "Ava tar" movies, "The Simp sons" and "Modern Family," along with National Geographic. Marvel would get back the characters previously licensed to Fox, reuniting X-Men with the Avengers. But Comcast has said it is preparing an all-cash offer that is superior to Disney's. It will likely to make an of fer soon, now that the judge has ruled in AT&T's favor, without setting any condi tions. David Turetsky, a professor at the State Univer sity of New York at Albany, warns that the AT&T ruling is based on "specic facts and evidence" that may or may not apply in other cases. Still, many of the circumstances in that case are similar with a potential Comcast bid. For Disney, a successful Comcast bid could make Disney's planned streaming service less attractive. Wall Street braced for a bidding war. Shares in Fox increased nearly 8 percent to an all-time high of $43.90. Disney gained more than 2 percent, while Comcast lost more than 1 percent in morning trading Wednesday.SPRINT AND T-MOBILEIn April, the two telecom companies announced a $26.5 billion combination. The deal would combine the nation's thirdand fourthlargest wireless compa nies and bulk them up to a similar size to Verizon and AT&T, the industry giants. The worry is that with just three major carriers, there would be less incen tive to keep innovating on prices and service. T-Mo bile and Sprint might even raise prices now that they don't have to try to poach customers off each other. A 2014 attempt to com bine fell apart amid re sistance from the Obama administration. But the in dustry is different just four years later. Wireless car riers aren't just competing with each other, but also with Comcast and others as the wireless, broadband and video industries con verge. AT&T is about to get larger with CNN, HBO and other channels from Time Warner. Beyond combining with each other, T-Mobile and Sprint might need its own content acquisition to compete. CBS AND VIACOMCBS has resisted pressure from its controlling shareholder, National Amusements, to merge with Viacom, which also is con trolled by National Amuse ments. The two companies used to be one but separated in 2005. A combination would reunite CBS's television business with Viacom's produc tion studios, similar to the arrangements now in place at NBC owner Comcast and ABC owner Disney. (On the ip side, the Fox television network and studios would separate under a deal with either Comcast or Disney.) With Viacom, the $6-amonth CBS All Access streaming service might have a larger library, as Via com owns MTV, Nickel odeon, Comedy Central and other cable networks.VERIZONVerizon, which bought AOL and Yahoo in recent years, could be on the prowl for other entertainment properties. Verizon wants to challenge Google and Facebook in the huge and lucrative eld of digital adver tising and having more content could help. There's speculation that CBS could be a potential target. With its main wireless rival AT&T becoming even more of a content powerhouse, Verizon might feel the need to grow. Cowen's Williams sug gests, however, that rather than buy an entertainment or media company, Verizon might buy a company that bolsters its network or in frastructure. Cable company Charter or satellite TV company Dish are "ideal candidates," he wrote in a research note. SMALLER MOVIE STUDIOSRumors have long swirled that Lionsgate might be a potential takeover target by anyone from Amazon to Verizon or even a combined CBS-Viacom entity. Nothing has materialized yet for the owner of the "Twilight" and "Hunger Games" franchises. As a smaller studio, Lionsgate needs to get big ger to compete in the cur rent landscape. Similarly, Viacom-owned Paramount studio has been on the chopping block be fore. After years of troubles, it has recently rebounded with the horror lm "A Quiet Place" and comedy "Book Club." That could make it a lucrative takeover target by a company seek ing content creators. CITIZEN TRIBUNENationEEE-4 Wednesday, June 13, 2018 APThis March 29, 2017, file photo shows a sign outside the Comcast Center in Philadelphia. Disney has made a $52.4 billion all-stock offer for the bulk of Twenty-First Century Fox, including the studios behind the Avatar movies, The Simpsons and Modern Family, along with National Geographic.After AT&T-Time Warner win, is Comcast-Fox a done deal?New wildfire erupts near Colorado ski resorts, housesDENVER (AP) A wildre erupted Tuesday in an area of Colorado known for its ski resorts, forcing the evacuation of more than 1,300 homes and marking the latest in a series of blazes that have ignited in the droughtstricken U.S. West. The re in central Colorado had burned only about 100 acres but was dangerously close to two densely populated housing developments near the town of Silverthorne, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) west of Denver. "This area, there is a lot of homes that are pretty tightly packed together," U.S. Forest Service spokesman Adam Bianchi said. "Being a resort town, there's a need for a lot of housing and there's only so much available space for good land to build on." Bianchi said the Buffalo Fire had come to within about 200 yards (183 me ters) of a subdivision that includes condos, apart ments and pricey homes. The closest ski resort to the re, Keystone, is about 8 miles (12.8 kilometers) away and across a large reservoir. About 50 reghters were battling the blaze initially, but more were on the way, along with heavy air tankers and helicopters. "I was absolutely shocked by how fast it spread," Silverthorne resi dent Jake Schulman told The Summit Daily after spotting the re while hik ing. "There were big black rolling clouds coming off it and it had gotten to the edge of the forest, right next to the neighborhood," he added. The re had not de stroyed any homes as of Tuesday night. Colorado's largest blaze also kept burning in the San Juan National Forest, which has been closed to the public to try to prevent additional res. The 416 Fire north of Durango in southwest Colorado has burned about 36 square miles (about 93 square ki lometers) and is partially contained. No homes have been lost. It's burning in the Four Corners region where Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet that is at the center of a large patch of exceptional drought. Much of the U.S. West is experiencing some level of drought. More than 900 reght ers were dealing with rough and inaccessible terrain, and residents of more than 2,000 homes have been forced to evacu ate since the ames ignited June 1. Meanwhile, additional reghters were headed to Wyoming to work on a wildre that has exploded in size and prompted evacuations near the Colorado border. The Badger Creek Fire grew rapidly Monday be cause of strong winds and dry conditions and had scorched about 3.6 square miles (9.3 square kilometers) of mostly beetlekilled forest. Several small communities of permanent and seasonal residences were ordered evacuated, but no buildings were burned. Large wildres also forced evacuations farther west. In central Utah, a wild re fed by dry conditions and swift winds consumed more than 10 square miles (26 square kilometers) and burned a cabin. The Trail Mountain Fire began as a prescribed burn but grew out of control last week. A wildre burning grass and brush in central Washington threatened several dozen homes and other infrastructure, while more than 250 reghters raced to the hills overlooking Los Angeles to battle a blaze in thick brush sur rounded by large homes. The latest res are stoking fears that a dry winter will lead to a dangerous re season this summer in the West.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page E13 MOSCOW (AP) How bad is Russia's national soccer team? Even the ruthless leader of Chechnya couldn't coach it to victory or so goes a satirical song buzzing around Russian social net works ahead of the World Cup. The Chechen strongman shot back with a goofy patriotic rap. Instead of moping about sanctions, political repression and doping suspi cions, Russians are turning to parody as they ready to host the world's mostwatched sporting event. The self-deprecating mockery is helping defuse domestic tensions around Russia's World Cup, which kicks off Thursday in Mos cow with much at stake for President Vladimir Putin and his proud nation. Video clips circulating online caricature the play ers on Russia's bottomranked team as aging, nar cissistic and injury-prone. The favored target is mustachioed Russian coach Stanislav Cher chesov. TV star and co median Ivan Urgant is appealing to Russians to post images of themselves wearing mustaches as a show of support, and his tongue-in-cheek hashtag "Mustaches of Hope" became a quick hit. Popular singer Semyon Slepakov has a more radi cal idea: Replace the coach with Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov. "Ramzan, Ramzan, Ramzan, tough like par mesan," sings Slepakov in a video released this week. He imagines what would happen if Putin ordered Kadyrov to take over the team. Channeling Kadyrov, the singer threatens the players: "Don't forget, you only have one life." Yet even this imagined Kadyrov whose secu rity forces stie dissent and enforce strict Islamic rules in Chechnya, and whose rule is stained by reports of torture and kill ings is overwhelmed by the coaching task. "For the rst time in my life, I give up," sings Slepakov's Kadyrov, pledging to go back to Chechnya where problems are easier to solve. The real Kadryov took the clip in stride though bristled at being compared to cheese. On Russian social net work VKontakte, he re sponded with a rap-like verse ending "brother, I tell you, I support my Rus sia all the way!" The real coach said he hasn't heard the song and doesn't have time any way. "I'm concentrating on work," he told reporters. Criticism "is a natural oc currence in today's world. You have to take it the right way." Players acknowledge the barbs can hurt. For ward Artyom Dzyuba said the team resents criticism heaped on it by Russian media. The parodies reect a deep-seated hope among many Russians that the World Cup is a success and a fear that something could go wrong. Russia is on the defensive on many fronts as the tournament begins. The national team is on a los ing streak so bad that few expect it to even make it past the rst round, and pressure is massive for a victory in the opening match against Saudi Ara bia the Cup's secondlowest-ranked team at No. 67, just ahead of Russia at 70. Sales of tickets to for eigners are lagging amid sanctions and tensions be tween Russia and the West over Syria, Ukraine and alleged Russian meddling abroad. Security is exceptionally tight across the 11 cities hosting matches and beyond, amid concerns of hooliganism or extremist attacks. Opposition gures are facing extra pressure not to target Putin while the world is watching. Still, the excitement is building. Red Square is hosting a mass gala con cert Wednesday and Robbie Williams is headlining the opener Thursday to get the party going. "We feel that it's going to be a great tournament. We hope that," said Ven ezuelan fan Daniel Vielma as he arrived Wednesday in Moscow's main interna tional airport. "We've been to different World Cups and we have really high expectation of Russia." CITIZEN TRIBUNEWorldWednesday, June 13, 2018 EEE-5 APThe Russian soccer team warm-up during the official training session on the eve of the group A match between Russia and Saudi Arabia at the 2018 soccer World Cup at Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, June 13, 2018.Mustaches, silly songs defuse tensions at Russia's World Cup Saudi-led forces begin assault on Yemen port city of HodeidaDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) The Saudi-led coalition backing Yemen's exiled gov ernment began an assault Wednesday on the port city of Hodeida, the main entry point for food in a country already teetering on the brink of famine. The assault on the Red Sea port aims to drive out Iranian-aligned Shiite rebels known as Houthis, who have held Hodeida since 2015, and break the civil war's long stalemate. But it could set off a prolonged street-by-street battle that inicts heavy casualties. The fear is that a pro tracted ght could force a shutdown of Hodeida's port at a time when a halt in aid risks tipping millions into starvation. Some 70 per cent of Yemen's food enters via the port, as well as the bulk of humanitarian aid and fuel supplies. Around two-thirds of the country's population of 27 million relies on aid and 8.4 mil lion are already at risk of starving. Before dawn Wednesday, convoys of vehicles appeared to be heading toward the rebel-held city as heavy gunre rang out, ac cording to videos posted on social media. Saudi-owned satellite news channels and state media soon announced the battle had begun, citing military sources. They re ported coalition airstrikes and shelling by naval ships as part of Operation "Gold en Victory." The initial battle plan appeared to involve a pincer movement. Some 2,000 troops who crossed the Red Sea from an Emirati naval base in the African nation of Eritrea landed west of the city with plans to seize Hodeida's port, Yemeni se curity ofcials said. Emirati forces with Yemeni troops moved in from the south near Hodeida's airport, while others sought to cut off Houthi supply lines to the east, the of cials said. They spoke on condition of anonymity as they weren't authorized to brief journalists. Yemen's exiled government "has exhausted all peaceful and politi cal means to remove the Houthi militia from the port of Hodeida," it said in a statement. "Liberation of the port of Hodeida is a milestone in our struggle to regain Yemen from the mi litias." The Houthi-run Al Masirah satellite news channel later claimed rebel forces hit a Saudi coalition ship near Hodeida with two missiles. Houthi forces have red missiles at ships previously. The Saudi-led coalition did not immediately ac knowledge the incident. The U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet, whose area of responsibility includes the Red Sea, referred questions to the Pentagon, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Forces loyal to Yemen's exiled government and ghters led by Emirati troops had neared Hodeida in recent days. The port is some 150 kilometers (90 miles) southwest of Sanaa, Yemen's capital, which has been in Houthi hands since September 2014. The Saudi-led coalition entered the war in March 2015. The United Nations and other aid groups already had pulled their interna tional staff from Hodeida ahead of the assault. The port remains open, with supplies arriving. Sev eral ships have arrived in recent days, including oil tankers, and there has been no word from the coalition or U.N. to stop work, ac cording to a senior port of cial, who spoke on condi tion of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the press. Aid groups nevertheless warned of disaster. Robert Mardini, the re gional director for the Red Cross, said the push on Hodeida "is likely to exacer bate an already catastrophic humanitarian situation in Yemen. The population has already been weakened to extreme levels," he added. David Miliband, the head of the International Rescue Committee, called the offensive "an attack on the political and diplomatic process to bring peace to Yemen." He said the U.N. Security Council must act to secure a cease-re before the people of Hodeida "suffer the same fate as those in Aleppo, Mosul or Raqqa." Over 10,000 people have been killed in Yemen's civil war, which has displaced 2 million more and helped spawn a cholera epidemic. Saudi-led airstrikes that killed large numbers of ci vilians and damaged vital infrastructure. Meanwhile, the U.N. and Western na tions say Iran has supplied the Houthis with weapons from assault ries up to the ballistic missiles they have red deep into Saudi Ara bia, including at the capi tal, Riyadh. The coalition has blocked most ports, letting supplies into Hodeida in coordination with the U.N. The air campaign and ghting have disrupted other supply lines, causing an economic crisis that makes food too expensive for many to af ford. The U.N. says some 600,000 people live in and around Hodeida, and "as many as 250,000 people may lose everything even their lives" in the as sault. Already, Yemeni se curity ofcials said some were eeing the ghting. "We hear sounds of ex plosions. We are concerned about missiles and shells. Some workers have left to their villages for fear of the war," said Mohammed, a Hodeida resident who gave only his rst name for fear of reprisals. Aid workers had similar worries. "We have had more than 30 airstrikes within 30 min utes this morning around the city. Some civilians are entrapped, others forced from their homes," said Jolien Veldwijk, the acting country director of the aid group CARE International, which works in Hodeida. "We thought it could not get any worse, but unfortunately we were wrong." The new U.N. envoy to Yemen, Martin Grifths, tweeted that he was "ex tremely concerned" by the violence, calling on all par ties to exercise restraint. Grifths' recent appoint ment as envoy and his push for new negotiations may have encouraged the Saudiled coalition to strengthen its hand ahead of any peace talks with the Houthis. The attack comes as Washington has been fo cused on President Don ald Trump's recent summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The U.S. has been offering targeting information to the Saudi-led coalition, as well as refuel ing their warplanes, though its role in Wednesday's as sault wasn't immediately clear.