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Section A: Business
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Section A: Opinion
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Section A: Main continued
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Section B: Nassau Sports
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Section B: Nassau Sports: Outdoors
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Section B: Legal Notices
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Section B: Around Town
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Section B: At the Table
page B 12
Section C: Classified
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F LO R I D A'S
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER19 2005/40 PAGEs 3 SECTIONS
P I L; E 5.A
all too common
P.A E I/ A
County gives $20,000 pay raises to 2
BENJAMIN PRICE receive other increased benefits. However, the commissioners administrator.
News-Leader Neither can lose their jobs now were encouraged by Chair Ansley A salary raise to $135,000 would
without super-majority vote four Acree to increase that stipend by also be more competitive with other
Nassau County Administrator of five-of the county commission. another $10,000. areas, she said, and increase the
Mike Mahaney and County Commissioner Marianne Acree said Mahaney, who is 55, chances of him being retained. ..
Attorney Mike Mullin each Marshall voted against both rais- did ndt receive a raise during a '"We've got to start paying more
received a $20,000 pay raise last es. favorable six-month review. She money in order to get highly qual-
week Mahaney had requested a also said he should be treated with ified people." she said. "Lf we don't
Both had new. contracts $10,000 increase to the $115,000 the benefits and salary of a 25-year do that, we're going to sink." -
approved Oct. 12 by the Nassau
County Conmmission and also will
annual salary he was given when
hired in September 2(1004.
county employee, since he has Zb
years' experience as a county
WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD?
PAY Continued'on 3A
County backs off
An overflow crowd packed the
Nassau County Commission
Chambers for controversial public
hearings Monday. only to be told to
The county's two public hear-
ings on a proposed countywide
moratorium on most new develop-
ment were postponed until dates
in November and December.
And based on stalf comments
Monday, it's unclear whether the
moratorium being talked about now
will be the same one discussed
around the holidays.
The county was to consider a
nine-month moratorium on most
It would affect comprehensive
plan amendments, rezoning appli-
cations, developments without traf-
fic concurrency and other land use
However, just prior to Monday's
P.4 GE IB
50 YEARS AGO
Coca-Cola announced it
was adding a new "king-size"
10-ounce bottle to its lineup,
offered in six-bottle cartons
similar to those for its 6 1. 2
October 21. 1955
S25 YEARS AGO
Golfers told the Fernan-
dina Beach Commission the
reason the city golf course
was never more than a break-
even proposition was due to a
lack of proper planning and
October 22, 1980
10 YEARS AGO
With little discussion.
Fernandina Beach Commis-
sioners OK'd emergency
adoption of an ordinance reg-
ulating adult entertainment
businesses after two different
entities approached the city
about establishing a business
"of this nature."
October 18, 1995
AROUND TOWN .............. 9B
BusINES s 4A
COURT REPORT .................13A
PEOPLE AND PLACES .: .......9B
POLICE REPORT __.... 12A
SERVICE DIRECTORY.....__ ....:3C
1511 r 83
Fernandina BeachFL "4
h*li I* I 0 1' 1.
A bright red, 1930
Model A Quarter-ton
Pickup Truck, above.
was one of the more
than 200 vehicles fea-
tured in Saturday's
Amelia Cruizers 9th
.Annual 8 Flags Car
Show. George Bingen
of Yulee, left, checked
under the hood of a
1966 Mustang Coupe
during the car show
that attracted locals -
and visitors to Centre
l be rs~he1aedto v. 17,
, Dec.:1 p a rmatp.m.the
M ullin submittedarevised draft of
the ordinance that included sever-
al additional exemptions to the
moratorium. More exemptions may
also be added by the Nassau
COUNVTY Continued on 3.-
for landfill annoy
For years Nassau County has
charged every household an annu-
al fee for using the landfill. But col-
lecting the money over the years
has become a million-dollar prob-
The county tax collector says
there is a S1 million shortfall in the
fund, and the office is encountering
several challenges in its effort to
Change looms for old neighborhoods
GLENDA S. JENKINS
Fernandina Beach residential
neighborhoods will continue to
change as old homes come down
and new homes go up. But
Fernandina Beach Conmmissioners
must decide how drastic a change
Their decision will have signif-
icant impact on older neighbor-
hoods. especially those that have
become popular with developers
more recently, such as the
Southside neighborhood, where
gentrification may be hastened.
could be transformed by the addi-
tion of duplexes or townhouses if
commissioners give property own-
ers of smaller lots around the city
the right to build more housing
units per acre.
Proponents say that would be a
fair response because the city has
always permitted duplexes and
townhotises on lots that do not
conform to the stated land use
"I have gone out and I have
pursued additional lots in an area
of lown which I feel like needs
some rejuvenation," said builder
Steve Boney. who demolished a
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S.u lirJI \ .Nt i ri.M I JLN'r -L N E LE Yri':'k
A bulldozer tears down a single-family house at 605 South 10th St., an example of older
homes being replaced by new development in the Southside community.
single-family house that stood at
605 S. 10th St.
"I tore down an old ho'Use that
was falling down ... Bit I bought
:he lot to tear the home down, to
build a habitable home on, an
affordable home on," he said.
Two votes on dithe subject ended
in a draw during an Oct 11 special
commission meeting in which
commissioners attempted *to
decide how to correct a disparity
between local land development
regulations and the city's state-
approved comprehensive plan.
Commissioner Joe Gerrity
recused himself from voting, leav-
ing a 2-2 split, because he owns
property at 409 South 12th St.
where he proposed to build a two-
unit townhouse in a neighborhood
of single-family homes.
CITY Continued on 8A
collect the unpaid fees.
The county has been assessing
the landfill fee since the late 1980s.
Currently it is S65 but has varied
from 845 to S100 over the years.
But since its inception, the land-
fill fee has been billed separately
from the annual ad valorem taxes.
The tax collector sent and collected
the bills but the job of collecting
delinquent taxes was handled by
L4N1DFILL Continued on 9.4
Plan to pay
employees will be paid $6.15 per
hour Florida's minimum wage -
for coaching duties up to 40 total
work hours per week. After they
go over 40 hours, they will be paid
an overtime rate of time and a half,
or $9.23 per hour.
Nassau. County Schools
Superintendent John Ruis present-
ed the plan to members of the
Nassau County School Board at
Thursday's meeting, and it was
For the past several weeks, the
school board was not approving
any personnel who were paid
hourly to coach sports because by
,law, they would have to be paid
overtime, but an overtime rate for
coaching had not been set.
Previously, non-salaried employ-
ees who chose to coach and par-
ticipate in. other extracurricular
SCHOOL Continued on 9.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 NEWS News-Leader
Trick to happy Halloween is planning
. a 44mo
'Wob cla 4
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Hr alloween is such an
exciting evening for
H^^ children that they usu-
ally forget to be careful.
So it is up to parents and neigh-
bors to take extra precautions to
keep this holiday a happy and
__ safe one for our kids. Today, let's
S take a look at adult responsibili-
First of all, make sure that the
costumes your children will-be
wearing are fire-retardant, reflec-
tive, are not too long and do not
'impair visibility. On this last
point, face makeup is better than
masks. Shoes should fit and not
slip. That's much more impor- :'
tant than matching the costume.
Have a dress rehearsal well
before the big evening to check
all of this
that your children eat dinner
before setting out, and an adult
should accompany young chil-
dren. Know where older children
are going and give them a defi-
Children should remain inm
their neighborhood unless they
are paying a visit to relatives.'
Parents who drive their children
from neighborhood to neighbor-
hood until late hours are making
a nuisance of themselves.
Although tampering is rare,
tell children to bring the candy
home to be inspected before eat-
ing any. Look at the wrapping
carefully and toss out anything
that looks suspicious. Don't allow
your child to eat any unwrapped
treats. At the least, they spread
Homeowners, make sure your
yard is clear of such things as
ladders, hoses, dog leashes and
flowerpots that can trip the
young ones. Pets get frightened
on Halloween. so put them in a
pet crate or closed room for their
sake as well as the safety of the
lanterns are preferable to a real
flame, but if you do use candles,
place the pumpkin well away
from where people will be walk-
ing or standing. Also, make sure
that paper or cloth yard decora-
tions won't be blown into a flam-
Consider offering some
healthy food alternatives. That
can include packages of low-fat
crackers with cheese or peanut
butter filling, single-serve boxes
of cereal, mini boxes of raisins
and single-serve packets of low-
fat popcorn that can be
The treats don't have to be
edible. Non-food treats can
include such things as decorated
pencils, stickers, erasers, coins,
post-note pads, etc. Just use your
Beach Lady celebrations set for this weekend
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Community News: Monday, 5 p.m.
Letters to the editor: Monday, 12 p.m.
Church Notes: Monday, 5 p.m.
People and Places: Thursday, 3 p.m..
The AL. Lewis Historical
Society and the family of
MaVynee Oshun Betsch, widely
; known as the Beach Lady, will
.celebrate her life and spirit: at cer-
emonies on Saturday and Sunday,
Oct. 22 and 23.
Betsch, known nationwide as
an advocate for American Beach,
"Bourbon on Centre," a hurri-
cane relief fund-raiser for Gulf
Coast families relocated here,
has been rescheduled to Nov. 6.
wine and cheese
A wine and cheese evening
will be held from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 22
at Pirates Wood recreation cen-
ter, 97542 Blackbeard's Road,
Yulee, to raise money for the
medical expenses of Davis Guy,
the 8-month-old son of David and
Jackie Guy currently being treat-
ed at Duke University Hospital
for neck and brain cancer. The
event also includes a silent auc-
tion, raffle and door prizes. For
additional information contact
Jim Warren at 277-1639.
A blood drive hosted by the
North Hampton Community
Amenities Center will be held
from 2-6 p.m. Oct 23.
The procedure includes a
medical history and a mini-physi-
cal. It is completed in about 30-45
minutes. The actual donation is
completed in 5-7 minutes.
Refreshments, including grilled
food, will be served.
For information or appoint-
ments, contact May Gunter at
548-0667. ID is required to
;Navy League meeting
The October meeting of the
Camden/Kings Bay Council.
Navy League of the United
States, will be held Oct. 27 at the
Clubs of Kings Bays aboard the
Naval Submarine Base Kings
SBay, in St. Marys, Ga.
The membership social
begins at 6 p.m. followed by din-
ner at 7 p.m. The guest speaker
will be Capt. Jake K. Moores,
Royal Navy, commanding officer
of the HMS Vanguard. For more
information and/or reservations,
call Ellen at (912) 729-7327 or
visit the website at http://
Micah's Place domestic vio-
lence shelter and 24-hour abuse
hotline will hold a training ses-
sion for volunteers to work the
hotline or assist victims of domes-.
tic violence. Training takes place
Nov. 3, 10 and 17. For information
call volunteer coordinator Rita
Mulkearns at 225-9799.
The Fernandina Beach
Middle School PTO is holding its
annual Fall Festival BBQ from 5-
7 p.m. on Nov. 4 in the school
Eat-in or carry out. The food'
is catered by Callahan BBQ.
Tickets are $10 each. Call FBMS
Canned goods needed
Hurricane Katrina evacuees
and other Nassau County resi-
dents have been assisted by the
pantry at Barnabas Center. As a
result, canned goods and many
other items have been depleted.
The center is in particular need
of canned fruit, soups and maca-
roni and cheese.
Donations can be dropped off
at the crisis center at 11 South'
11th St. or the store, New to You,
at 930 Jasmine St, Fernandina
died on Sept. 5 at age 70. The
Saturday celebration will be held
at American Beach beginning at
4:30 p.m. at Lewis Street between
Ocean Boulevard and Gregg
Street. Parking will be in Burney
Park, Burney Road, offAlA
For information contact
Betsch's niece, Peri Frances-
Betsch, at (404) 964-8342.
On Oct. 23 the Ritz Theatre &
LaVilla Museum, the A.L. Lewis
Historical Society and the family
of Betsch welcome all to another
celebration of her life and work.
The afternoon, beginning at 2
p.m.. will include a showing of
the film "The Beach Lady," a
musical tribute by her brother
John Betsch, and a reception at
the Ritz Theatre & LaVilla
Museum, 829 N. Davis St.,
Donations may be made to the
A.L. Lewis Historical Society, P.O.
Box 15563, Fernandina Beach,
Elizabeth Tappan Cochrane Cazell
Nlrs. Elizabeth Tappan Cochrane Cazell. most
recently residing in Fernandina Beach, died on
Oct. 16, 2005.
She was born Sept. 17, 1917. in San Antonio,
Texas. A husband, Dr. Gabriel E.Cazell, preceded
Mrs. Cazell in death in 1988. She was a former res-
ident of Redlands, Calif., where her husband was
a Professor of Economics at the University of
Mrs. Cazell is survived by two sons, Gabe
Cazell of Martinsville, Va., and Ben Cazell of
Fernandina Beach. She also had five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. ;
A memorial service for Mrs. Cazell will be held
at 11:30 a.m. today at First Presbyterian Church of
Fernandina Beach. A feceptionwat the church will
immediately follow the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests dona-
tions be made to the Elizabeth T. Cazell
Endowment Fund for the care of foster children
through First Presbyterian Church, Fernandina
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors
Luis Antonio Feliciano
Fernahdina Beach,'htlsbardt oft ri fRaitiir% -"
Cortez Feliciano for over 53 years, passed away
Sunday, Oct. 16, 2005, at his residence.
A native of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, he was the
son of the late Domiciano and Tita Muniz Feliciano,
and had lived on Amelia Island for the last year,
after relocating from Puerto Rico.
Mr. Feliciano was a retired automobile mechan-
ic, and had opened and operated Luis'.Auto Repair
Shop in Aguadilla for many years. He attended
church services at the La Tierra Prometida
Hispanic Ministry, 720 S. Eighth St., in Fernandina
Beach, and enjoyed listening to music and watch-
ing television in his spare time.
Survivors include: his wife, Marina Feliciano,
Fernandina Beach; their children, Norma (David)
Nieves and Aida Feliciano. both of Fernandina
Beach. and Jacqueline (Herman) Fuentes, New
York City, N.Y., and Luis Angel (Nellie) Feliciano,'w
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-
grandchildren; and nine brothers and sisters who
reside in Miami and Puerto Rico.
Funeral services are planned for later this week
in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. with burial to follow in
Monte Cristo Cemetery.
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors
Jares B Gehr
Mr. 'James B. Gehr of Brightridge Drive,
Bridgeport, W.Va., passed away on Sunday. OcL 16;
2005, at the Heritage Nursing Home, following an .
He was born on Nov. 27, 1930, in Richmond,
Ind., son of the late.Stanley and Freida Gehr.
Survivors include his wife, Judy Burkett Gehr,
whom he married in 1988; two children, Dr. Todd
Gehr and his wife Dr. Lynn Gehr of Richmond, Va.,
and Kim Goodrich and her husband Philip.
Goodrich of Avon, Conn.; a sister, Betty Jordon of
Ft. Wayne,' Ind.; and a former wife, Ginger Gehr of
Fernandina Beach. Jim is also survived by four
stepchildren and their spouses, Steve and Sandy
Burkett of Upper St. Claire, Pa., Tom and Barbara
Burkett of Avon Lake, Ohio, Kelley and Kurt
Harpold of Clarksburg, W.V., and Tim and Kristie
Burkett ofTowson, Md. Jim was blessed with four
grandchildren, Christopher and Jonathon Goodrich
and Meghan and Elizabeth Gehr. He is also sur-
vived by 10 stepgranchildren, Kelsey and Jonathon
Burkett, Brooke, Christopher and Madeline
Burkett, Kurt and Carrie Harpold and Page, Julie
and Max Burkett.
Jim graduated from Richmond High School,
Class of 1949, and received a Bachelor of Science,
degree in engineering from Purdue University in
1953. He was an active member of' the Triangle
Fraternity at Purdue University. After graduation,
he was battalion commander.at OTC, Great Lakes
Naval Station and was later commissioned a
Lieutenant in the United States Navy, serving at sea
with the Atlantic Fleet. He was Honorably
Discharged in 1957.
Mr. Gehr joined Schlumberger Well Services in
1957 as a Field Engineer in Mount Vernon, 111.,
served as District Manager of West Virginia and
Pennsylvania from 1964-68 and then was promot-
ed to Assistant to the Region Manager in Tulsa,
Okla., from 1968-70. At this time, he joined
Allegheny Land and Mineral Company in
Clarksburg, W.Va., as Vice President and General
Manager of Oil and Gas Operations. He became
President and CEO in 1976. The company became
publicly traded in 1981 as ALAMCO. Jim retired
from ALAMCO in,1987 but continued to serve on
its board of directors. In 1988, Jim formed Natural
Gas Resources Corp. in Bridgeport, W.Va.
He was a Registered Professional Petroleum
Engineer and was registered with the National
Association of Securities Dealers. The Governor of
West Virginia appointed him to the State Oil and
Gas Conservation Commission in 1973 and he
became Chairman in 1980. Jim served two years
as President of the Independent Oil and Gas
Association of West Virginia and served as a
Director of IOGA. Jim was also President of West
Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association (WVON-
GA). Jim served as Area Director, President and
Executive Board member of the Independent
Petroleum Association of America.
As an active member of Boy Scouts of America,
Jim achieved the highest awards in scouting both
as an Eagle Scout and a recipient of the Silver
Beaver Award, which is the highest honor
bestowed to a Scout and is awarded for outstand-
ing service to youth within the Council.; He served
as the President of the Central West Virginia Boy
Jim was a member of the Lions Club and a
board member of the Clarksburg United Way,
YMCA, WVU Foundation and the West Virginia
Foundation of Independent Colleges. Jim was
named Oil and Gas Man of the Year in 1973.
r,,000A -.0cgy tri tle7James B. "Jim" Gehr
clolarhhtp,x .kh is based on the applicants
'scho'itic chievff ieits and On their cormit-
ments to civic responsibilities. Jim enjoyed all
sorts of outdoor activities and loved to sail his
Flying Scott on Deep Creek Lake. He was a mem-
ber of the Deep Creek Yacht Club and was a past
Commodore of the club.
*The family requests that in lieu of flowers that
donations be made to either the IOGA-WV
Jim Gehr Scholarship Fund, 405 Capitol St.,
Suite 507. Charleston, WV 25301 or the Boy Scouts
of America, 1340 Juliana St., Parkersburg,
Friends will be received at the Ford Funeral
Home, Allen Chapel, 215 East Main St., Bridgeport,
W.Va., from 4-8 p.m. today. Mr. Gehr will lie in
state in the Bridgeport United Methodist Church,
251 Worthington Drive, Bridgeport, W.Va., on
Thursday from 10-11 a.m. The funeral service will
be celebrated in the church on Thursday at 11
a.m. with the Rev. Steven E. Dorsey officiating.
Interment will follow in the Bridgeport Cemetery,
Ford Funeral Home. Bridgeport. WVa.
Shirley M. Isalbella
Shirley M. Isabella, 79, passed, away in
Fernandina Beach on Tuesday morning, Oct 18,
She was a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and moved
Sto Fernandina Beach in 1974 from Strongsville,
Ohio. Mrs. Isabella was predeceased by her hus-
'band of 58 years, Nick A Isabella, who passed
away in January 2005.
Survivors include: a son, NickJ. Isabella Sr. of
Fernandina Beach; two brothers, Jim McIntyre
of Cleveland, Ohio, and John McIntyre; a sister,
Gerry King of Willoughby, Ohio; two grandchil-
dren, Nick J. IsabellaJr. of Fernandina Beach and
Sara Woolsey of Yulee.
Honoring Mrs. Isabella's wishes, there will be
GreenPine FuneralHome and Cemetery
Stephen M. Vincelli
Stephen M. Vincelli, 48, of Fernandina Beach,
passed away Friday, Oct. 14, 2005, at Baptist
Medical Center in Jacksonville following compli-
cations due to cancer. He was born on May 27,
1957, in Leominster, Mass., the son of Anthony
James and the late Doris Theresa Vincelli.
He moved to Florida in 1982 and was a self-
employed contractor. Steve was a lifelong member
of the Catholic faith. He was preceded in death by
his mother, Doris T. Vincelli, hi May of 1973.
His survivors include his wife, Barbara A.
Vincelli, and his son, Anthony Stephen Vincelli,
both of Fernandina Beach; father, Anthony and wife
Carol Vincelli; sister, Nancy Klima and her husband
Mark, and his nephew Jason Klima, all of
Leominster, Mass.; and brother James and his
wife Linda Vincelli of Jacksonville.
The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. this
evening, with funeral services being held at 7 p.m.
in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral
Home with the Rev. Brian Eburn, pastor of St.
Michael's Catholic Church, officiating.
A private interment will take place in Bosque-
Bello Cemetery it} Fernandina at a later date.
Besides his devoted family, Steve leaves his
many friends who loved him and will miss him
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In justifying his new contract,
Mahaney said he gave up several
benefits when he left Kannapolis,
N.C., to take the job here.
He no longer received the dis-
ability and health care insurance
he'd received previously. He also
received no temporary housing
expenses, even though his $280,000
home in North Carolina did not sell
until this month.
Mahaney also provided a list of
his accomplishments during his first
year. It included, among other
items, improving Nassau County's
financial plan, building public sup-
port for a controversial 5-cent gas
tax, developing a long-term solid
waste plan, containing health care
costs and having the "courage to
increase fees to cover expenses."
Then he bluntly asked commis-
sioners to "step up to the plate."
"I have given up a number of
things to be here," he said. "If you
value my service I think you need to
step up to the plate and take care of
me. That's all I've got to say."
In addition to his salary increase,
the county increased its conribu-
tion to Mahaney's retirement from
10 percent of his salary to 19 per-
cent This puts his retirement ben-
efits in line with the county's senior
management rate for 25-year
Mahaney and Mullin also
received an increase in monthly
travel expenses from $500 to, $600,
and their vacation was increased
from three weeks to five weeks.
Mahaney said he has not taken a
vacation in the year he's been here,
and has put 80,000 miles on his car.
Mullin's salary increased from
$120,000 to $140,000, and his con-
tract was extended an extra year to
In justifying the increase, Acree
said Mullin, who is 59, has not
received a pay raise since ;he
became the full-time county attor-
ney six years ago. He has received
cost-of-living increases at the same
rate as other county employees.
The county has fewer pending.
cases than other counties of a com-
parable size, Mullin said in a brief
justification. He attributed this to
"being awake" to ideas that limit
additionallitigation. The county typ-
ically pays more than $150,000 for
outside counsel when cases go to
court, he said.
When asked by Commissioner"
It now takes a "super-major-
ity" vote to fire County
Administrator Mike Mahaney
or County Attorney Mike Muffin.
An amendment to
Mahaney'o contract approved
Oct. 12 means his contract can
only be terminated by a 4-1
vote of the Nassau County
Commission. Previously, it
would have taken only a 3-2
To overturn the amendment
would also require a separate
Mahaney's contract has no
term limit, and a vote to trmni-.
nate his contract may be taken
at any time. He is also allowed
to resign at any time on the
condition he gives two months'
Mullin's contract already
included.a clause that required
a super-majority vote to termi-
nate his employment. His con-
tract does have a term initl
which was extended an extra
year, from 2009 to 2010.
However, his contract can also
be terminated at any time by a
Tom Branan if he was considering
seeking election as a judge in 2006,
Mullin said "no."
"I have been asked, but I'm not
willing," he said.
Branan made the motion to
approve both contracts and
endorsed both employees for being
"aggressive, honest and depend-
able more than anything else."
The commission also passed a
separate motion to require a super-
majority to terminate Mahaney's
contract. It would also require a
super-majority to overturn that
Marshall voted against all
motions that dealt with the con-
tracts. She said Monday both con-
tracts were simply "too generous."
"Here we are going through the
budget, making it as tight as we
can," she said. "Every employee in
the county is important, but this
was just too much."
Most employees under the coun-
ty commission are scheduled to
receive pay raises of 5 percent in the
fiscal year that began Oct 1.
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The Nassau County Com-
mission has moved into new
meeting chambers at the
Nassau County Government
Complex on Nassau Place Road
In addition to the county
commissioners, all other
boards and-commissions that
previously used the chambers
at the County Building on
Pages Dairy Road in Yulee will
move to the new location.
County commission- reg-
ular meetings are held at 6 p.m.
on the second and fourth
Monday each month and at 9
a.m. the second Wednesday of
each month. Growth manage-
ment issues are discussed the
third Wednesday of each month
at 9 a.m.
*Planning and Zoning
Board regular meeting is the
first Tuesday of each month at
7 p.m. and workshops are held
the last Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m.
Code Enforcement Board
second Tuesday of each
month at 6:30 p.m.
Conditional Use and
Variance Board fourth
Thursday of each month at 7
Solid Waste Task Force -
second Thursday of each
month at 3:30 p.m.
Ocean Highway and Port,
Authority second Wednesday
of each month at 5:30 p.m.
COUNTY Continued from 1A
County Commission at a growth
management workshop scheduled
For those reasons, Mullin
requested Monday's hearings be
That incurred the ire of many
in the audience of more than 60, as
well as at least one commissioner,
who complained people had showed
up in droves only to be told they
would not have an opportunity to
Commissioner Tom Branan,
who has said he will not vote for
any moratorium, said continuing,
the hearings only makes the public
"You draw people out here, on
their time, and then there's nothing
to present them," he said. "I have no
problem waiting longer. But a lot
of suspicion goes on when you
delay and delay and delay."
Attorney Susan McDonald also
criticized the county for continuing
"We all came here tonight
expecting to make substantive com-
ments on a moratorium," she said:
"Please rethink this. It's a very.
important concept in determining
the future of this county, and we'd
Nassau County is consider-
ing a nine-month, countywide
moratorium on most new devel-
opment Based on the latest
draft of the resolution presented
Monday, the following types of
applications would be exempt:
Rezonings in instances
where the zoning map and com-
prehensive land use map are
Open rural subdivision plats
of less than five lots.
already approved by the county
Developments of Regional
appreciate the opportunity to have
The first hearing Monday was to
allow the Planning and Zoning
Board to determine whether a
moratorium is acceptable within the
county's comprehensive plan.
'Before that board voted to con-
tinue the hearing until Nov. 15,
Chair Richard King and board
member Tom Ford voiced strong,
concern about a moratorium.
Ford felt the county's nine-
month timeline was inadequate and
amendments for acreage large
enough to constitute a DRI.
Planned unit developments
that have received preliminary
development plan approval.
County Attorney Mike Mulffin
said Tuesday concurrency appli-
cations should also be exempt,
but were mistakenly left out of
He also stressed that this is a
proposed moratorium on new
development, not construction
or re-construction. No building
permits would be affected by the
moratorium, he said.
didn't believe the county could
accomplish its goals in less than
Mullin said repeatedly Monday
that the moratorium resolution
could change "several times"
between what he drafted originally
and what the county commission
eventually votes on.
He said it was "frustrating" that
the public came out only to see the
hearings continued, but he didn't
want to put something before the
board that was "unfair."
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City needs direction, harmony
Fractured departments, bro-
ken projects and personnel
squabbles remain in the
wake of another shake-up at
Fernandina Beach City Hall.
The resignation of City Manager
Bob Mearns came abruptly, but it
will take time to realize the ramifica-
tions of his tenure. Apparently, a
litany of such lingering issues caused
a majority of city commissioners to
seek to replace him.
Mearns had some substantial
accomplishments during his three-
and-a-half-year span as city manager,
however. He inherited a city budget
that was $1.2 million in the hole when
he took office and balanced it He
provided some solidarity to the posi-
tion. Prior to Mearns, there seemed
to be a new city manager every year
(and there practically was).
Mearns also spearheaded the
development of Seaside Park next to
Sliders restaurant, North Beach Park
on North Fletcher Avenue and the
Hickory Street practice fields across
from the high school.
In fact, several city commissioners
steadfastly supported Mearns. But
mounting public opposition eventual-
ly won over a majority of commis-
sioners. The position will now be
temporarily filled by City Attorney
Debra Braga until a replacement is
phere has been
City Hall. The
city airport, the
marina and the
golf course all
issues. The com-
ment office has
needed a revolv-
ing door as an
the changes in
staff. And the
ment is in tur-,
To top it off, costly studies of vari-
ous intents have been largely a
waste, and there are employee griev-
ances that must be resolved.
The community development
office has been the site of many mis-
givings. Houses have been construct-
ed with disregard to zoning rules and
city approvals. Trees have been cut
from lots, ignoring city ordinances.
Historic houses have been mowed
down, and permits have been issued'
without proper input'.
These city departments fell direct-
ly under Mearns' leadership. Under
the city hierarchy, Mearns managed
the day-to-day operations of these
and other city offices. He served at
the pleasure and under the guidance
of the city commission.
While Mearns was inevitably
responsible for some of the problems
within the city, he was not alone. City
commissioners had the responsibility
of measuring and monitoring his per-
formance and decisions.
The incessant blame game and
finger-pointing continues. City offi-
cials seem to be placing most or all of
the blame for an ineffective system of
government on one person.
Commissioners are elected to pro-
vide better oversight than what they
have delivered (the city manager is
appointed by the commissionn.
They are very much involved in
decisions affecting the airport, the
marina, the golf course, the building
and planning offices, etc.
Commissioners, too, are to blame for
much of the mess.
Now it is time to head in a differ-
ent direction. One of hope, vision and
purposefulness. As it was said at
Mearns'final meeting last week,
what's done is done.
The city still has bountiful assets
and promise and appeal. A little direc-
tion and harmony at City Hall will
help this potential be realized.
Steve Nicklas is a financial adviser
who lives on Amelia Island.
Baptist Medical Center
Nassau has added onsite
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
(MRI) to its radiology depart-
"After years of relying on a
mobile MRI unit which came to
our hospital several days a
week, we are excited to have a
new high-field MRI in house,"
said Jerrie Moore, director of
Baptist Nassau's radiology
department, in a press release.
adds onsite MRI
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better image results than open
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Advanced clinical applications
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"Our MRrs ultra-short-bore
design is more comfortable
than older models," said Honey
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Patients can enjoy music while
they scan, and they can focus
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County hails new Yulee plant
The Nassau County
Economic Development Board
welcomed the announcement
that Allied Millworks/Allied
Systems Corp. will expand to
Yulee and bring 52 new jobs.
"The high-wage jobs
Systems Corp. plans to create
in Nassau County will enhance
our community's employment
outlook and add to our busi-
ness opportunities," said
Melanie J. Ferreira, executive
director of the Nassau County
Economic Development Board,
in a press release.
The Governor's Office of
Tourism, Trade and Economic
Development worked with
Enterprise Florida, Inc., the
Nassau County Economic
Development Board and
Nassau County Commissioners
to secure this project.
Gov. Jeb Bush announced
Thursday that Annandale
Millwork/Allied Systems, a res-
identialbuilding products man-
ufacturer, will locate its new
southeast regional manufac-
turing operation in Nassau
County. The company's plan-
ned 60,000-square-foot facility,
outfitted with state-of-the-art
equipment including comput-
er saws and laser, represents
a capital investment of $2.8 mil-
lion in facility construction,
manufacturing and business
The Yulee facility will pro-
duce and market the corpora-
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floor trusses. Production may
be expanded to windows, doors
and custom millwork.
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VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
Ctyroiercoa r person in the group can ask a quest Beach access
tion and based on the candidate's
As a concerned citizen and. response that person can see some- To the letter writer who sug-
native resident of Fernandina thing during theinterview process gests that "the people of Nassau
Beach, I felt compelled to write this and provide input that could save a County need to think about how
letter.to express the heaviness in lot of time and money. we are going to take back our
my heart as I read, "City Manager After hiring the right candi- beaches that the wealthy have
resigns under fire" (Oct. 12). date, the commission must allow taken away from us" (Voice of the
However, before I proceed let me that person to do the job. The com- People, Oct 12), I think the people
make it perfectly clear that I am mission cannot continue to micro- of Nassau County instead need to
not advocating for or against Bob manage because that lets subordi- ,think about how we are going to
Mearns; that is not my concern. nate staff know that the city protect our beaches from those
As I read he article I instany start- manager has no authority. There people, like the letter writer, who
ed thinking "here we go again," should never become a time when want to return to the days when
and I said that to myself because an employee can go straight to a vehicles were allowed everywhere
ever since former city manager city commissioner or the city man- on'the beach.
Larry Myers left office (not sure of ager without following the chain of A great deal of effort,and com-
the year but he had the longest command, that should be written in muhity expense went into provid-
tenure that I have seen in my 44 the city's Personnel Policies and ing access to the beach for. every-
years in the cityoras far as I can Procedures manual. one, : handicapped included,
remember) our city has been on a As the saying goes, "Keep doing through more than 50 beach
roller-coaster of hiring and firing things the same old way. you get accesses, not including the five
city managers within two or three the same results." All I am trying to access points where vehicles can be
years. What is the problem? say is that the city manager driven directly on to the beach.
Now that we are without a city answers to the city commissioners And they all have large parking lots
manager once again, where do we and the city commissioners' that are never full. If you are hand-
go from here? I would like to sug- responsibility is to the citizens of icapped, or not, there are access
gest the following things to con- Fernandina Beach: therefore we points where you can drive your
sider before the city commission need to demand that the commis- four-wheeler, or any other kind of
begins the recruitment process: sion do a better job in hiring city vehicle, right up to the water's
Take the time to clearly define managers. edge, and no permit is required.
the role and the responsibility of I think it is unfair to hire a city The restrictions on beach driv-
the city manager. manager from another state: they ing were not initiated by the
.* Communicateclearly and con- accept the position and proceed wealthy. They were initiated by
dsely his/her primary job function with relocating their families to long-term residents (many of
on a daily basis. Sometimes the Fernandina without knowing that whom were not beachfront prop-
way a job description is written from history the expectancy of erty owners) who believed the
does not necessarily tell the per- being city manager is only two beach should be a beach and not a
son what they are expected to years, perhaps three if lucky. deeply-rutted, trash-strewn road;
accomplish. I am pleading on behalf of the that the beach should be safe; that
Group interview process. citizens that during this transition it should be a respected place of
Allow all the department heads to period the city commission move to sanctuary available to everyone,
come together in a formal inter- adopt a more proactive than reac- uninterrupted by the noise and dis-
view process with the potential can- rive role by taking the time to step traction of oversized four-wheel-
didates to ask questions and see if back and look at the big picture, drive trucks; and that it should be
this person is going to be a leader and that is the economic prosperi- protected from environment degra-
and a team player. Let your depart- ty and integrity' of our beautiful city. dation caused by those vehicles.
ment heads rate the candidate and Christine W. Raysor Wealth had nothing to do with it.
get their feedback. Sometimes one Fernandina Beach Love of the beach, as a beach and
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as a valuable community resource,
had everything to do with it
Restrictions on beach driving
have made it possible for people to
safely enjoy a variety of beach activ-
ities without the hazard of trucks
driving in their midst. No longer
do parents fear that some 4x4 driv-
er (who may or may not be sober
and paying attention) will run over
their child. No longer do visitors
vacationing on Amelia Island have
to look over their shoulders while
looking for shark's teeth. Now you
can hike the beach or just sit and
take in its grandeur in peace. Seems
reasonable to me, especially since
your access to the beach is still
guaranteed, as it always has been.
This is, after all, not just about you.
In the interest of accuracy, you
should know that not all beachfront
property owners are wealthy. Many
acquired their property through
inheritance, not wealth. My par-
ents, who were not wealthy, pur-
chased an oceanfront lot and built
a modest house on it in the early
1970s, at a time when oceanfront
lots were inexpensive. After they
died I inherited their property, and
now my wife and I live in the house
they built. To imply that all beach-
front property owners as self-serv-
ing wealthy people who are denying
you access to the beach is inaccu-
rate and inflammatory. In fact, many
of them, wealthy and not wealthy,
worked hard over the years to pro-
tect your access to the beach.
A boo-boo? Ansley, pul-eeze..
This is way more than a "boo-boo"
("County: 25-foot wetlands buffer,"
Your vote, cast even though you
had reservations, spells disaster
and is not a benign "boo-boo."
You should have been true to
yourself and voted for intelligent
development, not greedy develop-
The second time I heard of
Fernandina Beach was from a
friend that moved down here from
Ohio in 2001. Florida was not new
to me I was in Mayport during my
early Navy years- I just never vis-
ited this city. I eventually made the
trip from Chicago to see for myself.
I liked it so much that I requested
a job transfer and moved the fami-
ly that same year. Fast forward four
years and I can honestly say that
Fernandina has changed substan-
One obvious topic is the house
market It is not surprising that this
place has become a big boom, that
the demand. for homes has
increased and, in kind, the prices.
So what is the point? As mentioned
("Apartments evict tenants on short
notice," OcL 12). Amelia Apartment
Homes was sold to G.A.D.A. LLC'.
with the rumor that they were
going to be converted into condo-
miniums (a fancy word that means
ownership). No sooner did the
word got out that "single moms
and kids, senior citizens (both
healthy and ill). working families
and other regular tenants" were
*being evicted, that people with
homes for rent started to increase
their monthly rental prices.
Rent here is from $720 to $820.
I do give credit for those that adver-
tise their leases for the same
amount I just can't believe that cer-
tain individuals think an evicted
person can cough up S1,000 to
$1,400. Also, tenants here are upset
because the first thing a rental
agency asks them is "where do you
rent now"? And as soon as Amelia
Apartment Homes is mentioned, a
new price list shows up. All of us
will eventually be "kicked out,"
there is nothing around that I just
feel ashamed of those who are
(doing good or bad) in the housing
market that they try to get an easy
catch with some one else's dilem-
ma. We are blue-collar workers, not
brain surgeons on retiremenL
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Nassau County Commissioners voted
unanimously Oct. 12 to terminate the
county's contract with auditing firm
Farmand, Farmand & Farmand.
The move was not unexpected.
The firm has been under fire since May, when
it was announced that a clerk's office employee
embezzled more than a million dollars over sever-'
al years while Farmand was the county auditor.
Clerk of Court John Crawford had recom-
mended in a letter to the commission that a new
auditor be hired, expressing a need to "change
the culture of accountability."
Commission Chair Ansley Acree noted the
contract had not been subject to bid in 25 years.
"Businesswise, it's just not a very smart thing to
do," she said, suggesting government contracts
should be bid at least every five years.
County officials and representatives of the firm
had discussed ending the contract. So it came as
no surprise to those who-were there w.hn-
clmmission voted I enlit. 5
The problems, no one was there.
The Oct. 12 commission agenda made no men-
tion of Farmand, or the county's contract with the
firm. The matter was discussed late that after-
noon, hours after the meeting began at 9 a.m.
Therefore, Farmand, the press and public
were unaware any action regarding the auditors
would be considered. When contacted the next.
day, A.B. Farmand, a partner in the firm, declined
comment because he was not even aware the
county had voted to terminate the contract
County Attorney Mike Mullin raised the issue
during the agenda item "county attorney's busi-
ness." He told us that contracts and other matters
are often discussed and voted on under this broad
We agree with the commission's decision to
end the contract and place it out for bid, but we
object to taking such a step without proper public
All matters that require a vote by the county
commission should be placed on the agenda in
advance. If the commission determines an item of
discussion requires a vote, then it should be
placed on the agenda for the next meeting unless
it is an emergency. Emergencies should be
declared and voted on by the commission as
It is not fair to those affected or the public
when substantive votes are taken without proper
The Farmands deserved better. So did the
A "culture of accountability" includes giving
the citizens full opportunity to make their voices
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Washington is suddenly hung up on
cronyism. According to a quick Lexis
Nexis search, roughly 1,000 stories
have mentioned "cronyism" and "Bush"
in the last two months alone. It was Michael Brown's
putatively dismal performance at FEMA that got the
anti-crony buzz going and Bush's selection of Harriet
Miers that sent it into the stratosphere.
But President Bush has been setting the tinder
for quite some time by so successfully keeping a
tight inner circle of loyalists in the White House.
When he was re-elected, Bush made the strategically
wise decision of dispatching these loyalists to run
important cabinet agencies, in particular the
Department of Justice and the State Department.
This was a smart move because in presidents' sec-
ond terms, cabinet secretaries tend to start
indulging their own political agendas rather than
carry water for the lame duck. Putting friends at the
controls, however, has kept these ships in the Bush
Continuing my string of mixed metaphors, Miers
kicked the issue into overdrive because Bush placed
so much emphasis on her status as a "loyal friend" -
perhaps because there wasn't much else to go on. So
now Miers is on a collision course with the Senate
Judiciary Committee, and we will see if she is in fact
the crash test dummy of the Bush White House.
I think the Miers pick was ill conceived, but I'm
remaining agnostic on her confirmation until those
hearings. But I do think someone needs to say some-
thing in defense of cronyism.
It's a word and concept much abused in recent
months. The Washington Post's Dana Milbank quoted
me as saying Harriet Miers fits the dictionary defini-
tion of "crony," as if it was a stinging rebuke of the
White House. In reality, it was merely a factual state-
ment. According to the dictionary, a crony is a long-
time close friend or companion. Historically it didn't
have a negative connotation. It derives from the
Greek chronos (time) and simply means someone
you've known for a long while. The Oxford English
Dictionary cites as the word's first appearance an
entry in Samuel Pepys' diary in 1665: "Jack Cole, my
old school-fellow who was a great chrony of mine."
In America, the term has become politically nega-
tive, meaning favoritism for your buddies.
Thus it's something of a departure for liberals to
become particularly vexed over cronyism, given that
cronyism is central to traditional Democratic
machine politics. Recall Bill Clinton appointed his
childhood friend Thomas "Mack" McLarty as his
chief of staff and Bruce Lindsey as his counsel, and
he criminally attacked the White House travel office
so he could get his cronies in there.
My recently departed father always told me that
the biggest corrupter in business was friendship. He
didn't mean criminal corruption, necessarily, but the
milder sort of corruption that causes us to bend
rules, look the other way, or to promote or hire
S" 9 1 '
in a je, "tI* nderful hap- I
Ss that i s'yo e tesstores you
Something like that has happened on
Sputh 11th Street in Fernandina Beach and the com-
munity is all the better for it.
Inside a nondescript building near Indigo Street, a
group of adults are sowing character, discipline and
creativity within more than two dozen children who
come there Monday through
Friday to learn.
The boys and girls, many
who live in the surrounding
became charter members of the
first Fernandina Beach Boys &
Every school day children
walk into a bright, vibrant space
that stimulates the senses and
motivates the mind. Program
SGlenda S coordinator Yvonne Thompson
Jenkins and her staff have designed an
....***- interior that catches the eye,
NEWSROOM captures the children's attention
WSOO]M and inspires their imagination.
VIEWS Practically every inch of wall
space has been covered with
brightly colored bulletin boards, bold lettering and
encouraging mottos. A sports-themed game room is
the highlight of the building.
Using her previous experience in the classroom,
Thompson, who has earned the Arts Program
Director of the Year award for the Boys & Girls
Clubs of Northeast Florida, took what could have
been an otherwise routine after school baby-sitting
session and transformed it into a remarkable proto-
type for how the ideal student enrichment program
operates. Fostering leadership and teamwork, the
program also provides discipline and structure, in
addition to play.
When I visited the club on its first day open to stu-
dents, "Power Hour," or homework time, had just
begun. The students, who followed instructions and
remained focused during my entire 30-minute visit,
eagerly pulled out their assignments. Those who had
no assignment asked for one and were immediately
defense of cronyism
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above a person's qualifications. Most businessmen,
most journalists and most politicians who would
never dream of taking a cash bribe would almost
immediately agree to do a favor for an old friend.
How many members of the Greatest Generation got
their first job through an "old war buddy"?
Friendship corrupts, or at least distorts, our judg-
ment. We tend to think our friends are more quali-
fied than they really are for all sorts of reasons.
Egotism is surely one. ("Of course my friends are all
geniuses!") A hopefulness about our friends'
prospects is surely another. We want good things for
those we care about, and we tend to have an exag-
gerated view of their abilities because we are
inclined to think the best of them. This is why crony-
ism isn't always about deliberately giving jobs to the
unqualified. Often, people hire longtime friends
because they trust that their old friends are up to the
This seems to be the core of the argument on
Miers' behalf. Bush knows her. He trusts her. He
would consider it a betrayal of some kind if she
"grew" on the bench. Clearly, for many, Bush's judg-
ment isn't enough.
But the more relevant point is simply a reminder
that what we call cronyism is a fixture of the human
condition and therefore a permanent feature of poli-
tics, which is not always bad. Yes, friendship can cor-
rupt in subtle, unseen ways. But it also facilitates
solutions because friendships rely on trust. Old
Washington warhorses get called rainmakerss"
because they have so many ancient relationships
they can rely on to cut through red tape and partisan
If we always went with the best resume and
nothing else, there would be no political parties
because demonstrated loyalty to the team, shared
sacrifice, shared principles and hard work wouldn't
count for anything. And without that, there'd be no
politics at all.
root on South llth Street
GLENDA s JENKINS NEWS-LEADER
Jasmine Blash completes homework during "Power Hour" at the Boys & Girls Club.
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491-9102 for information.
provided with the work and with attentive, affirming.
The foundation of the program is a system that
rewards the students, individually and collectively,
for even the smallest achievement.
But more than all the attention Thompson has
given to the program design, the students know that
it's not just a job for Thompson. That is why they
want to be there. And it is shows.
The children can sense that Thompson, and staff
members Ricky Starks, Deondra Hightower and the
volunteer parents genuinely care about them, believe
in their ability to succeed and expect them to do well.
Thompson predicts the new club, which can
accommodate 50-60 children, will outgrow the facility
before too long.
That would be a good problem to have.
LETTER FROM MISSISSIPPI/DAVID L SHROADS
In the middle of what's left
I just returned from Mississippi where we were in
the middle of what was left of Waveland, Bay St.
Louis, and the-rest of Hancock County, Miss.
There is a disturbing trend that has emerged at
the federal level to wind down and de-mobilize
resources because it has now been weeks since
The problem is that there is virtually no infrastruc-
ture in areas that encompass several consecutive
square city blocks, nothing has been seriously decon-
taminated beyond very basic single-step decon or hos-
ing down, and I personally think that the fire load 'is
going to increase dramatically because all of the plant
life for entire square miles was inundated with
salt/mineral-laden water from the Gulf of Mexico for
several hours, then there was no rainfall for several
weeks until Hurricane Rita came through by then,
the saltwater would have been well absorbed and
begun to kill the plant life.
Nearly every picture we took shows dead and
dying trees, grass, and shrubs, and I can think of no
way to desalinize the soil on such a huge scale short
of the passage of time and rainfall.
As a local person residing in an area that could
have just as easily been affected, the very concept of
withdrawing critical resources for purely cost purpos-
es at this stage of such a significant disaster indicates
a disturbing lack of homeland priority on a national
While in Mississippi we were dispatched to several
house fires, a chemical plant fire, head-on tractor-trail-
er collision, several auto accidents of varying severity,
explosions in a residential neighborhood and many
public service calls to assist both contractors in the
cleanup and private citizens to salvage anything that
they can of their personal lives.
David L Shroads
David L Shroads, a part-time resident of
Fernandina Beach, is a volunteer fireman in West
Virginia. He is working with the West Virginia Office of:
Emergency Services as it assists Hurricane Katrina vic-
tims in Mississippi.
DAVID L SHPOADS FOR THE NEWS-LEADER
A debris-lined street stands empty in Hancock County, Miss., which has been adopted by Nassau
County for relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina. More photos, IOA.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19,2005 NEWS News-Leader
GLENDA S. JENKINS
Florida Public Utilities cus- Florida
tomers have enjoyed some of the posed
lowest electrical rates in the state. 2006 tt
But next year the company plans to $2.54,
begin phasing in surcharges $5.26,
spread over two years. $7.76,
FPU's proposal, pending $10.86
approval by the Florida Public added
Service Commission, is intended to recover
help customers gradually meet the watt he
cost of an expected rise in fuel, tial bill.
company officials said.
"The amount we pay to pur-
chase electricity goes up as fuel gross re
costs go up," said George recovery
Bachman, FPU's chief financial In :
officer. "Phasing in this increase "unhear
will do away with the shock" of a with its
larger hike in 2008, he said. when th
In 2008 customers would begin 2007. FP
to recover the surcharge, which increase
will be held in escrow, and accu- tract pri
mulated interest as the company 'Tho0
credits it back to its customers worth i
over three years. Customers would because
not receive funds back, but the ket," Ba,
credit would reduce the impact of these cc
increases anticipated then. benefiti.
.Residential customers using in 2008"
1,000 kilowatt hours per month tracts be
currently pay about 862.22. includ- The
ing a base rate of S23.73. a 54-cent 30-50 pe.
energy conservation charge, 81.56 bill for re
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the market at just over $90 for a
osed charges typicalmonthly bill using 1,000 Rate comparisons
kilowatts in 2008. "You're econo-
Public Utilities pro- mizing by phasing it in and the Comparison of monthly rate
monthly surcharges interest is building for customers of six investor-owned Florid
rough 2007 who may have trouble budgeting a utilities, per 1,000 kilowatt
January-June 2006 steep increase in their electric bill hour.
July-December 2006 in one month." Florida Public Utilities: $62-
January-June 2007 Associate public counsel Florida Power & Light $92.0
July-December 2007 Patricia A. Christensen represents Progress Fnergy: $97.78
o the monthly fuel cost utility customers before the Public Tampa Electric. $98.07
y charge per 1,000 kilo- Service Commission. She said no Gulf Power $87.91
ur of a typical residen- precedent exists for the surcharge. Jacksonville
'This has not been done Electric Authority: $79.97
before," Christensen said, explain- Source: Florida Public Utititi
ing that the commission must
ceipt tax and a fuel cost decide the merits of the proposal.
r charge of $36.39. So far, customer feedback has "'There's always over-colle
996, FPU negotiated indicated "they prefer not to have or under-collection," said
0 of"fixed price contracts a surcharge on their bill," Mandrick, utilities director
electricity suppliers. But Christensen said. "Customers need Fernandina Beach. Some
e contracts expire Dec. 31, more time to be aware of the tomers could pay "more in a
Li expects market prices to issue." retical sense than the actua
-well above" current con- "I really think a lot of customers costs."
ces. will be indifferent," said Bachman. If a ratepayer moves- b
se contracts are literally "Some will say 'Don't give me an 2008, "Will any money come 1
millions of dollars now increase until you have to.' And to that customer?" a
we're that far under mar- others will say, 'We'd likeit in little Mandrick, a former FPU em
chman said.:'The irony is l'pieces' That'swhy we put it to the ee.
ntracts have been such a commissionon" And if a ratepayer m
But they will be a problem Residential and commercial improvements that change his
when new electrical con- customersminay benefit different- trical use, his rates are being
come effecdve. 1y. and FPU should reconsider the sidized by ratepayers in the fu
company has projected a process to make it equitable for he said.
cent increase for the total everyone, some concerned about Some customers could be
'sidential customers, with the plan have said. ing for things (they) don't ge
benefit of," Mandrick said.
"The company will not profit"
from the "fuel cost recovery mech-
anism," Bachman said. "We're
doing this because we feel it's in
the best interest of our customers."
FPU customers with ques-
tions, concerns or comments
about proposed surcharges
may write: Florida Public
Service Commission, Division
of the Commission Qlerk and
Administrative Services, 2540
Shumard Oak Blvd,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0850,
Please reference Docket No.
050001-El or 050317-E1. Also,
contact the FPSC by calling
(850) 413-6121, toll-free at 1-
800-342-3552, via fax at 1-
800-511-0809 or via e-mail
email@example.com log on
Customers may also direct
inquiries to assoolate public
counsel Patricia A.
Christensen in the Office of
Public Counsel by aling
(850) 488-9330 or e-mail chris
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City Attorney Debra Braga,
now serving as interim city man-
ager, told commissioners the city
must abide by the lower density
guidelines in its comprehensive
The city stopped approving
permits for duplexes and town-
houses on Sept 7.
But the commission could
vote to increase density, decrease
density, or stop issuing permits
for all houses except single-fam-
ily homes until it decides what
density to allow, she said.
Following the comprehensive
plan "will eliminate two-family
and multi-family developments
in many areas of the city,"
Braga wrote in an Oct 7 memo-
., But property owners, build-
ing contractors and developers
opposed the mandate to follow
the comprehensive plan because
of the city's history of approving
permits for multi-family housing,
despite the plan's density guide-
Their financial investment
gives them the right to develop
the property according to their
expectations for using the prop-
ertv when they purchased it,
opponents of the building restric-
Braga agreed with Interim
City Planner Catherine Hartley.
who said density should be decid-
ed based on a neighborhood
"I thiik a lot of your areas
zoned as R-2 (which allows
duplexes and townhouses) are
probably more reflective of a sin-
gle-family area," Braga said.
If the commission adjusts den-
sity to match each neighbor-
hood's existing density, 'IYou'll
take some of the development
pressure off of these neighbor-
hoods," she said.
"I'm very confused about the
issue myself," Planning Advisory
Board member Marilyn
Williamson said, pointing out
that R-2 zoning exists on the
beach and in the community
west of 14th Street, bordered
by Escambia and Lime, includ-
ing the Southside neighbor-
"I'm very worried about that
community," Williamson said.
noting that she has heard rumors
of "unscrupulous people" telling
residents that their houses are
not up to code, that "code%
enforcement will get after them"
and "encouraging them to sell-
their home because they can't
The predominantly black cornm-
munity consists of mostly single-
I R OSNA.SWES YOR QE STIN
Q UESTION: My ittle boy : Bg
how far I wim let him go James
Once he has tested me
and found I'm serious Dobson
about what I say, he'll usu-
ally cooperate at that N I
point.What is going on in his mind?
DR. DOBSON: Your child, like most order with a-word or rto.What Is going on
other kids, has a great need to know -wtere here? Simply thet the child understands and
behavioral boundaries are and who has .the accepts Dad's strength The limits are clear.
courage to enforce them. Let me illustrate how There 1 no reason to test hni again. But Mom
thar works. ha established no rulesanid she is fair game for
Year ago, during the early ds of the ,pro- a.ght everyday i necessary. .
gressive education movement, an enthusiastic The very fact that your child accepts the
theoriCt decided to cake down the chain-link boundaries you have sec tells you that he or she
fence that surrounded a nursery school yard. He respects you. But that youngster will test the
thoughtthe children would feel more freedom outer lmits occasionay to see If the fence is still
of "sovemnent without tha visible barrier sur- there.
rounding them,When the fence was removed, QUESTION: My 5-year-old is a ram-
however, the boys and girls huddled near the bIntltious kid who gives us fts.There are
conuer of the play yard.Nor only did they notc times when I think he's trying to take
wander away; they didn't even venture tob the over the entire family. I've never really
edge of the grounds. Clearly, there is a securi- understood him before, but I guess he
ty for all of us in defined boundaries.hat's vfhy just doesn't want anyone telling him what
a child will push a parent to the point ofexas- to do.
paration at times. He's testing the resolve of his DR. DOBSON: Thait is preosely how he
parents and exploring the limits of his world. feels. It is surprising how commonly this basic
Do you want further ewdrnce of this mot- impulse of children is overlooed. Indeed, I think
vatiopn Consider the relationship within a fam- the really tugh kids understand the struggle for
ily where the dad is a firm but loving disclpll- conto-everi better than their parents. who
rarian, the mother is indeclslve and weak, and are bogged down with adult responsibilities
the child Is a strong-willed spkfire.Noticehow- and worries.
the mother is pushed, challenged, sassed, di- .Children devote their primary effort to the
obeyed and inmulked, but the father can bring power game, while we grown-ups play only
when we must. Somarne you might ask-a group
of children abbix he adults who lead them.They.
will instantly tall you. with one voice, .which
grown-ups are skilled in harrding them and
wh)lch aren't.L Every schoolchild can name the
teachers who are in control and those who
are itlmid aed by kids
One father overheard his 5-year-old daugh-
cer, Laurasay to her litte sister who was doing
something wrong "Tmmr. I'm going to tell'
Mommy on you. No! I'I tell Daddy. He's worse!'
Laura had evaluaced the authority of her two
parents anrt concluded thit ore was more effec-
tie than the other.
This rnme rhdid was observed by her father
to have become especially disobedient and defi-
ant She was irntating other family members and
looking for ways to avoid minding her parents.
Her dad decided not o confront her directly.,
but to punish her consistently for every offense
undi she settled down.Thus, for three or four.
days. he let Laura get away with nothing.She wOs
spanked, stood in the comer and sent to her
bedroom. Near the end of the fourth day, she
was sitting on the bed with her father and
younger sister.Withoul provocaton, aura pulled
the hair of the toddler who was looking at a
book. Her dad promptly thumped her on the
bottom with his large hand. LIura did not cry,
but sat in silence for a moment or two, and thern,
slad. "Hurfummphi None of my tricks are work-
Thi is the conclusion you want your strong
wllled son to draw: 'It's too risky to take on
Mom or Dad. so let's get with the program."
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The public is invited to
attend a Planning Advisory
Board workshop at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday at City Hall. The
board will review the city's
options for deciding density,
or the number of dwelling
units, particularly for duplex-
es and townhouses, that
should be allowed per acre in
residential zoning districts.
This is not a public hear-
ing, but citizen participation
may be solicited.
family homes. Some homeown-
ers also may have been misin-
formed that their lots are sub-
"That's false," Williamson
said, unless an owner has a
duplex. "A single-family home is
fine. It's going to be protected."
Spreadng such misinforma-
tion is "taking advantage of peo-
ple not knowing," she said.
According to the U.S. Census,
Fernandina Beach "has one of
the highest percentages of owned
homes in a minority communi-
ty," Williamson said.
"I want to preserve that
and I will fight for what they
want," she said. "I'm not going
to be satisfied until I hear from
people who live in those affected
The planning board has
scheduled a workshop Thursday
night, and Williamson encour-
aged representatives of the
Southside neighborhood to
In city neighborhoods where
land is less valuable, gentrifica-
tion the exit of long-time resi-
dents from their old homes as
more expensive new construc-
tion occurs "is more likely to
come," she said.
Williamson added that higher
densities would encourage dem-
olition of homes in those neigh-
Williamson, a property rights
advocate, said she wants to see
existing duplexes protected and
that she disagrees with the city's
"vested rights" process, which
provides a legal avenue for citi-
zens.to resolve property rights
"I don't believe any citizen
should have to hire a lawyer to
protect their rights," she said. "I
don't know the solution. (But) I
don't think vested rights is a good
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19,2005 NEWS News-Leader
LANDFILL Continued from IA
the county administrator's office.
About 10 percent of the bills
would go unpaid each year. Over
time, thousands of unpaid bills
have added up to about 81 million.
In August, the county trans-
ferred the responsibility for col-
lecting the delinquent fees to Tax
Collector Gwen Miller's office.
Miller's office sent the bills out
again this year, but for the first
time included a cumulative bill -
showing where a home was delin-
quent on paying the fee, some-
times for years. It also notified res-
idents of liens the county had
placed on their homes, in some
cases several years ago.
The phone hasn't stopped ring-
Miller's deputy Michael Love
said the office has encountered
every conceivable scenario since it
began sending out the letters in
August Every day the office gets
complaints from citizens who
inherited delinquent landfill fees
from previous homeowners, or
even learned for the first time -
SCHOOL Continued from IA
activities were paid the same sup-
plemental amount that salaried per-
sonnel are paid for those positions.
Non-salaried personnel who had
been coaching over the past few
weeks were not being paid, but
Ruis said they will be paid retroac-
tively based on the new wage
At the meeting, Ruis told board
members paying the non-salaried
workers 86.15 an hour for coaching
up to 40 working hours (including
their non-coaching position with
the school system), then time-and-
a-half for overtime would not sig-
*that there was a lien on the house
when they bought it.
"It's been pretty unpopular,"
said Love, who said the office has
recouped about S106,000 so far.
"Whether they owned a prop-
erty in 1987 or not, they're respon-
sible for those unpaid bills. The
county may also have recorded a
lien against it during those years.
So some people received these
bills, and found out the county
recorded a lien on it years ago."
In the majority of cases, Love
said the delinquent bills are rarely
more than a few hundred dollars.
To his knowledge, in only one
instance was a person stuck with a
delinquent bill of more than 81,000.
The scenario has hit several
people who sold property to rela-
tives or friends without a proper
title search. In other instances, the
tide search simply didn't show the
lien, Love said.
"Apparently some people had
liens filed but weren't notified."
Miller said. "They didn't know it
and it's a total shock to them, and
I see why."
Resolving those types of issues
nificantl' change the amount being
paid when the non-salaried work-
ers received stipends.
The stipends range from S3,778
annually for a varsity head football
coach to S500 for a bowling coach.
"Basically, (the amounts are)
going to be very similar," Ruis said.
"We had a couple that were over, a
couple that were under, but for the
most part it was very close."
Ruis said Monday the new plan
has not gone into effect yet.
"We have to determine how
we're going to process the infor-
mation for payroll purposes," Ruis
said. "We haven't really established
a day as to when this will start."
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is proving as big a challenge as
collecting the money.
The Nassau County
Commission voted last week to
transfer more responsibilityfor the
delinquent taxes to the tax collec-
Miller said thatwill enable the
office to speed up the process of
collecting or waiving fees -in
instances of complaints.
"Recently, we got the authority
to waive fees," she said. "If some-
one bought a house and the lien
was recorded, but the title search
didn't show it, then we can straight-
en those out When it's truly a cir-
cumstance like that we can adjust
it, and that's what we do."
Both Love and Miller said a per-
manent fix minight be to add the
landfill fee to the ad valorem tax
assessment in'the future.
That would prevent separate
billing and make the process more
efficient. It would also give the tax
collector more enforcement pow-
ers, by treating the landfill fee the
same as the property tax, Miller
He intended to announce the
plan to county principals at a meet-
ing scheduled today.
"We want to compensate those
people. for the valuable service that
they provide," Ruis said.
JAN H. JOHANNES
For the News Leader
Many years ago what we now
call Nassau County was a forest of
virgin long leaf yellow pine that
reached from its fertile soil halfway
to heaven. There were deer and
gators, bears and wild cats and
varmints of all shapes and sizes in
numbers the likes of which we
couldn't imagine today. For thou-
sands of years Native Americans
camped along the river's shores,
hunted the game, fished the waters
and grew crops in small patches of
In the 1760s the British acquired
Florida by treaty and for 20 years
promoted homesteading by issu-
ing land grants along the river. A
settlement sprang up at what
became Mill's Ferry to accommo-
date travelers along a trail that ran
from deep in Florida north to the
Carolinas. At some point in those
early days yellow pines were har-
vested and milled for use as masts
on commercial and military ships.
The British lost the land to the
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SThe West Nassau
Historical Society Is sched-
tiedto meet W the Callahan
Train Depot at 7 p,m.
Thursday. Everyone inter-
ested in t,. history of the
St. Marys Fiver and Nassau
County is ed.
north in the 1770s to the American
Revolution but retained Florida
until 1783, when they returned it.to
its previous owners, the Spanish.
Under Spain, the crossing
became known as Casa Blanca
(White House) and shortly there-
after Drummond's Ferry. In 1821
Florida became a U.S. territory with
the crossing name changing again,
this time to Kings Ferry.
In 1852, a mile or two west of
Kings Ferry, several North Carolina
natives purchased land from local
war hero Colonel E.D. Tracy and
built a lumber mill to harvest the
monstrous long leaf yellow pines.
The brothers were Canelum and
Lewis Davis, who there planted the
Old World CattIe
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seeds of generations of Davis tam-
ily legacy along the St. Marys.
Guest speaker at the Thursday
meeting of the West Nassau
Historical Society will be Clyde C.
Davis, who is a fourth-generation
descendant of Canelum Davis, and
knowledgeable family historian of
the 100-year legacy from Orange
Bluff to Crandall near the mouth of
the St. Marys. Davis is a practicing
attorney in Fernandina Beach and
a member of the board of directors
of the West Nassau Historical
The Thursday program will also
include Hugh Graham, a member of
the society heading up the group's
participation in the celebration of
Yulee Railroad Days. Graham will
give a brief on development of the
North Florida event to be held
annually until 2012. Yulee Railroad
Days commemorates the con-
struction of the old Florida Railroad
completed before the Civil War from
Fernandina to Cedar Key and
responsible for opening much of
the interior of North Florida to early
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.2005 NEWS News-Leader
'Nothing but mud,sand, waterafter storm
"Picture driving over the
(Shave) bridge and seeing noth-
ing but mud, sand and water."
That's bow a resident of
Hancock County, Miss., put things
in perspective for Dave DuBose of
the Ron Anderson automobile deal-
ership following Hurricane Katrina.
The small Gulf Coast county in
Mississippi has been officially
adopted by Nassau County, and
those who have been there say it's
eerily similar to the community
It is a rapidly growing coastal
community with a population of
about 50,000 people, about 10,000
of whom live in the gulf city of Bay
"Hancock and Bay St. Louis are
so similar to us it's scary,"
Fernandina Beach Fire Chief
Danny Leeper said.
Scary because most of the trees
and homes within a mile of the
ocean there are gone. Bridges
across the bay are destroyed. Most
of the residents have left. About
50 are still missing. The sheriff's
deputies drive unmarked cars
donated by .dealerships. Schools
will re-open next month with stu-
dents under tents.
When Nassau County Sheriff's
employee Doug Oliver arrived two
days after Katrina wiped out much
of the area, "it looked like a bomb
"When we came in the roadway,
it looked like a demolition derby -
there were boats, cars and mud
everywhere," he said. "If this cat-
egory of storm hit the island here,
I don't think you'd have an island
left. There'd probably be nothing all
the way to the interstate."
In part, this similarity has led to
much of Nassau County's donated
relief going to Hancock County
and Dauphin Island, Ala., since the
immediate aftermath of Katrina.
Oliver was one of the first to
the area. He drove a camper down
for a friend and his family two days
after the storm hit. While he was
there, he met local law enforce-
A railroad line is
buckled, above, in
the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina in
Miss. Most of a
home, right, went
missing during the
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FOR THE NETW'SLEADER
ment operating out of a Wal-Mart
parking lot. The headquarters was
wiped out by winds and flooding,
along with most of the officers'
When Oliver returned to
Nassau County,. he helped arrange
for supplies to be taken on his next
trip to Mississippi.
After that, the area became
"adopted" by the sheriff's office
and eventually Nassau County over
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the next six weeks. The relation-
ship became official at a county.
commission meeting earlier this
Leeper said the city has also
worked with the county delivering
aid to Hancock County. The city
has also sent aid to Dauphin Island
and Daphne, Ala.
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:Hurricane Katrina relief
effort, call Ben Spillers of
Establishing these close rela-
tionships with one or two areas is
vital to maximizing the effective-
ness of local donations, according
to Ben Spillers of Nassau County
It also helps that the area is so
similar to Nassau County in its size
and characteristics. Emergency
management coordinates with
leaders there to determine what
needs are a priority and where
donations should be taken once
It's also arranged so that each
agency here helps the correspon-
ding agency in Hancock County.
"It's an easy concept," Spillers
said. "They understand the needs.
Our post office will take care of
their post office. Our school board
can best help their school board,
and our fire department helps their
Regular meetings are being
held at the emergency manage-
ment office to plan for each trip
and coordinate fund-raisers.
It's grown from a primarily pub-
lic safety effort to incorporate
other county and city departments,
as well as local organizations, such
as the postal service, school board
and local churches.
One of the county's primary
staging areas for collecting and
loading the donations has been
the Ron Anderson dealerships.
DuiBose said in the first days
after Katrina, the dealership acted
independently by simply taking
'donations from customers. Six
weeks after Katrina, the 14th truck
was being prepped to head to the
"We started out just trying to fill
a pickup truck," DuBose said.
"Now we're on our 14th load. It's
been a big effort. Everybody
deserves thanks. We've got some
dedicated people in Nassau
Spillers said the length of the
commitment is vital and he hopes
it will continue. There's always a
dramatic response from the public
te, butt Sdi
days and weeks roll by.
Commiuunities in Hancock County
and across the Gulf Coast'will have
needs for years, he said.
Who is in charge if a hurri-
cane hits Nassau County? How
long would it take to evacuate if
a hurricane hit? Is our medical
community prepared for the
aftermath of a hurricane?
There will be a free seminar
on emergency preparedness
from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the
Parish Hall of St. Peter's
Episcopal Church in Fernandina
Nassau Country's Director
of Emergency Management
Nancy Freeman, county Fire
Chief Chuck Cooper, Sheriff
Tommy Seagraves, Baptist
Medical Center Nassau Director
of Nursing for Emergency
Services Debbie Dunman and
Ed Preston from the Northeast
Florida Regional Council will
speak and take questions from
All county residents are invit-
ed to this first in a series of non-
partisan seminars, called the
Good Government Series. The
seminars are sponsored by the
issues committee of the
Democratic Club of Amelia
Watch for Wilma
Hurricane Wilma is forecast
to become a major hurricane in
the northwestern Caribbean
Sea, the National Weather
Service said Tuesday. Florida
residents were urged to closely
monitor the storm's progress.
It is too early to determine if
Wilma will have an impact on
Northeast Florida, the weather
service said. But locally heavy
rainfall and other effects could
occur over the weekend, it said.
POLITICS IN BRIEF
The Democratic Club of
Amelia Island is scheduled to
meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at
BA Pig restaurant. The speak-
er is slated to'be Denise Bun-
newith, executive director of
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO
OF AN ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nassau Counr, Commissi-ners of Naisua County,
ORDINANCE 2005. -
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF NASSAUL
COUNTY', FLORIDA. PROVIDING FOR A NINE t9) MONTH ,TEMPORARY
MORATORIUM ON APPLICATIONS FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND-
MENTS, RE-ZONINGS, SUBDIVISION APPROVAL FOR GREATER THAT T\% EN-
TY-FIVE (25) LOTS, AND CONCURRENCY CERTIFICATE APPLICATIONS FOR
ALL PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF NASSAUi
COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR EXEMPTIONS: PROVIDING FOR AN ADMINIS-
TRATIVE REMEDY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITI; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
A Publc Heanrg villbe conducted as lollo.'.
The Nassau Counmr Board of County Commissioners has reicheduled the pubbc hearing on
the proposed ordinance from Thursday, October 27 2005 at 7:00 PM to Thursdas.
November 17 2005 at 7:00 PM at the CommisnioniChambers. located at the Naatau Count,
Governmental Complex. 96135 Nas;su Place. Yulee. Flondas.
The area xiuhin the local government covered bh the proposed ordinnce ,.hall ve the urnr,.
corporate area of Nasau Counrt ,as depicted on the map
Copies of the proposed ordinance are available at the follovimg hloc jlnoi..
Growth Managemnen Depmnemr. Pabhb Sen ice Buildmn, 96161 Nau
Place.Yulee. Flonda 32097. MNlonda) through Frida. 8:00 .M to' ,', PiM.
except legal holiday,
Clerk's Office, Nassau County Judicial Anne%. 76347 veterann \\ a',. Yulee. Flonda
32097, Monday through Friday. 8:30 AM to 5 00 PM. except legal holiday,
Fernandina Beach Librar/, 25 North 4th Street. Femanaina Beacn. Flondra.
Monday and Thursda,. lit1 0i AM to 8.00 PM. Tuesda),y \ednesday. Fnda,
& Saturday, 10 00 AM to 6-00 PM
Callahan L brarv. 450086 State Road 200. 10. Callahan. Fonda 32011.
MNondae.Thturda). Friday% and Saturday, 10.00 AM to 5 0[ PNM. and Tueida'..
1200 PM to800 PM.
Hilliard Library. 37177 Pecan Street, Hilliard, Flonda 320-1,. Monday.
Tuesday, Wedneiday and Fnda). 10 00 ANM to 6 00 PM and rhuriday.
12.00 PMNto 8 00 PM.
Nassau County Public Library Yulee Brancth. 76346 'illiham Burgess
Boule ard. Yllee. Flondj. lMonda. dhru Thurida,. 8 00 AM to9 C' PM.
and Fridav S ) 00 AM to 3.l) PIM.
Bryce.ille Library 7281i Mole; Road. Bryceille. Flonda. Tuesday .
Wednesday,. and Saturday, 10:00 AM to 6.00 PM. and Thur'da', 12 0XI PM
to8 00 PM.
The Ordinance ma -arfect the uuilizahuon of land
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD IFA PERSON DECIDES
TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED. HE OR SHE MAY NEED A.
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS. AND THAT. FOR SUCH PURPOSE M.A NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE. V\HICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON \ WHICH APPE kL IS
TO BE BASED
Indihidualh 'wth ,diabilhie mneedmi, a rcao.nable aconimmodJior,on in .r r t..' pariltcp, in
this proceeding should contact the Office ofl th Er Officio Clirk to 10 Board at [ Ii I- iji.
-1660 or if the hearing impaired, l-800-955 8" 'vi' or .00-955..'" .a Ft.r1.d Reli,
Service at least s irenn' two hours in adJvance
The Board of County Cornrrusiioners may conunue heanngs on hi. maniier
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
,'t ANSLE) N ACRE
Now In Effect
If You Are Considering
You Need to Be Inform
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Did you request a wheelchair ramp and were
denied even though you offered to pay for it?
Were you sexually harassed by your landlord?
Were you denied housing because of your
race or color?
These are examples of
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of your race, color, national origin, handicap,
religion, sex, or familial status.
If you believe that you are a victim of housing
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 NEWS News-Leader
Connie Edwards was shopping
for greeting cards at the Wal-Mart
Supercenter in Yulee on the
evening of Oct. 9 when a man and
a woman standing nearby struck
up a conversation with her.
The woman said something
about how difficult it can be to
find the right greeting card. The
man asked for directions to the
Shortly after talking with
them, Edwards noticed her purse
was missing. She had been the
victim of a scam that Fernandina
Beach Police LL Jim Coe says
happens all the time the theft of
a purse or wallet from a shopping
cart. Sometimes the victim gets
distracted on her own, but some-
times the thief intentionally tar-
gets and distracts the victim.
In retrospect, Edwards said
she could see what was happen-
ing when she remembered the.
actions of the suspects.
"The female was acting like
she wanted to look at cards where
my buggy was, as if to separate
me from my buggy," Edwards
said. A few minutes later, the man
asked for directions.
"He asked if I was from here
and could I give him directions to
the beach," she said. "He acted
confused, repeated them, mean-
while she was behind me taking
Edwards described the cou-
ple as in their' 30s or 40s. The man
was.thin, had "either old tattoos or
very hairy arms," and dark. gray-
ink hair. The woman had dark,
wavy hair and was wearing cut-off
Coe, said while these specific.
suspects have not been reported
in connection with other' local
thefts; these kinds of incidents
happen frequently. "
"This happens all the time, day
in and day. out, throughout the
county at our stores," Coe said.
"People are constantly victimiz-
Coe said some people make
their living by pulling such scams
and don't usually' stay in the same
place very long, making the, dif-
ficuto rtrhend. .
they'll snatch a wallet out of your
purse with'6'ut you even seeing
their hand," Coe said. He advises
shoppers to never leave their bags
or purses unattended, and to take
only the necessary credit or debit
"You don't need to take 15
credit cards o the st6re with you,"
he said. "If you use just one at a
time, then you just have to cancel
that one if your puise is stolen."
Edwards said she acted quick-
ly to get her cards canceled, but
the suspects did get about S150
from her accounts that she knows
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SHANNON MALCOM -..
News-Leader j .
Eight months after school fire
safety inspections are normally con-
cluded, county fire inspectors and
school officials remain at odds over
some fire safety issues in Nassau
One thing both sides agree on,
however, is that students and
school employees are not in any
"The schools are safe," said
Nassau County Fire-Rescue Deputy
Chief Tracy Braley. Braley and Fire
Inspector Frank Elkins have been
working with the schools outside of
the city of Fernandina Beach to
ensure the school buildings meet
state fire safety codes for schools.
According to Nassau County
School District Director of Facilities
Cris McConnell, three. issues
remain contested: gates on school
property, secondary fire exits in
certain classrooms and certain
The fire inspections began in
November 2004, according to
McConnell. Normally, the inspec--
tions last until 'the' middle of
February, however, pending dis-
agreements remain at Yulee
Primary School, Callahan Middle
School and Hilliard Elementary
Members of the Nassau County
School Board held a workshop on
fire safety issues following their
Sept. 22 meeting. During the work-
shop, McConnell took them on a
"field trip" through Hilliard
Elementary to illustrate some of
McConnell led board members
into a classroom with two doors -
one opening to the outside, one
opening into a teacher-planning
area shared with four other class-
rooms. Elkins marked the class-
rooms as needing a secondary exit,
which would require labeling the
door that leads into the common
area as an emergency exit
McConnell told boaQi members
that is not required by state code,
and that to label the internal door
as an emergency exit could poten-
tially be dangerous.
"If a police officer directed you
to go down a one-way street and
you could see the oncoming traffic,
would you go?" McConnell asked.
"An exit sign over every door could
be very confusing."
He said children could possibly
try to exit through the inside door
in the event of a fire, when the door
they would need to use would be
"youhave a door mat. opes 'to
the outside, and the occupancy of
the room is less than 50, yofi don't
need a secondary exit," McConnell
McConnell also showed board
members one of the storage rooms
that Elkins and Braley said needs
to be remodeled to be a one-hour
rated room meaning a fire could
burn inside of it for one hour with-
out spreading to the rest of the
building or be fitted with a sprin-
kler. system. McConnell said that is
only required by the state fire code
if the room contains combustible or
A third point of contention
between school and fire officials is
gates on school property and
whether they are locked or
unlocked. School officials want the
gates locked 'to keep students
inside school grounds and safe
from possible predators; fire offi-
cials want the gates unlocked and
open to make it easier for students
to leave in the event of a fire, and to
make it easier for firefighters to
enter school property.
'The code says all gates ... must
be unlocked while children are (at
school)," Braley said. They want to
limit access to the facility, I under-
stand their point completely, there's
a conflict there."
,' A the .SepL 22 workshop, board
member Jim Adams asked about
installing electric gates at the
schools that could be more easily.
open and shut when necessary.
"If money was not an object, we
could do a lot of things," McConnell
Braley says he is optimistic the
issues will be resolved soon.
"We have a list of codes that we
have to go by, and we write down
every violation we see," Braley said
in a phone interview Monday. "The
schools are safe, our interpretation
and their interpretation (of the
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Missis case revived
Nell Pittman saw her grandson,
Travis, for the last time on Dec. 28,
2002. It was the Saturday after
Christmas, and she had taken pres-
ents for him to his home in St.,
Marys, Ga.. where the 19-year-old
lived with his mother.
"He was happy," she recalls. "He
was planning on coming here (to
her Fernandina Beach home) dur-
ing the New Year's holidays," Nell
None of Travis Pittman's friends
or family ever saw him again after
Jan. 1, 2003. His disappearance has
been investigated by the St. Marys
Police Department and the Nassau
County Sheriffs Office, but after
nearly three years they still do not
know what happened to Pittman
or if he is alive or dead.
The last place investigators are
sure -he was seen alive was in
Late last month. Nassau County
Sheriff Tommy Seagraves reacti-
vated the investigation into the
man's disappearance after receiving
a phone call from Nell Pittman.
"(Pittman) has been on my
mind since I've taken office,"
Seagraves said. "Then I got a call
from Travis's grandmother... she's
just wanting some peace in her
mind and to know what happened
to her grandson."
said as the third
more and more
about what hap-
pened to the
"I hadn't heard anything, and I
just wanted to touch base and see
that they hadn't forgotten about
him, about us," she said.
During the first two years of the
investigation, detectives followed
every lead they had, and they
received plenty of leads in the
beginning. Several people reported
seeing Pituian alive; others report-
ed knowing that he was dead.
Nothing ever panned out, although
there were several reports of sight-
ings and rumors of foul play, includ-
ing a report that he was killed for
stealing $500 of methampheta-
mines, a report that his body had
been dumped in the Intracoastal
Waterway and a report that mem-
bers of a skinhead group based in
Yulee killed him.
But searches, using sonar equip-
ment and cadaver dogs, never yield-
ed Pittman's body. At the same
time, investigators were able to
determine that Pittman has not
'It's like a toothache. It's always there
and you can always feel it.'
NELL PITrMAN. TRAVIS PITTMANS GRANDMOTHER
used his Social Security number,
name or date of birth for anything
since he disappeared, suggesting
that he did not intentionally run
"A lot of people came out of the
woodwork," Seagraves recalled.
"Everybody knows something ...
we looked into any possible lead.
When you don't have anything,
you treat everything as a possibil-
Seagraves said investigators will
re-interview people they talked to
when the investigation began, and
he's hoping someone will be able
to provide more information than
change," he said. "Maybe there's
someone who was scared to talk at
the time that doesn't feel they have
to be scared any more."
Nell Pittman believes her grand-
son is dead. She's believed he was
dead ever since his mother first
reported him missing.
"If he had been alive, if he
could, he would have contacted
his sister if nothing else," she said.
"Since his father died, he always
felt like he needed to protect her."
She said Pittman's mother had
difficulty convincing police that
she knew something had hap-
pened to her son.
"Everybody wanted to assume
that he had just got tired of living
at' home," she said. "But he defi-
nitely was not a street-smart kid, he
was very dependent."
Since Pittman's disappearance,
his mother has since married and
moved from the area. His sister,
Rachel, has moved away as well.
But as the lives of Pittman's fami-
ly go on, his grandmother said they
all still remem er him and carry
the pain of not knowing what hap-
"It's like a toothache," she said.
"It's always there and you can
always feel it."
Anyone with information on the
case can contact the Nassau
County Sheriffs Office at 225-0147
in Fernandina Beach and Yulee or
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This was written by Shannon
Malcom of the News-Leader from
oral and written reports by the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office,.
the city of Fernandina Beach
Police Department and other agen-
cies. Arrest indicates suspicion of
a crime, notguilt.
Aradar detector, a global posi-
tioning system and a laser range
finder were reported stolen from
a vehicle parked at an Atlantic
Avenue home Oct. 8.
The victim reported the theft
to Fernandina Beach Police on
Thursday; he said he waited to
report the incident until he could
find serial numbers for the miss-
The man told police he parked
his car in the driveway about 10
p.m. on Oct 8 and left the vehicle
unlocked. About 11 a.m. on Oct.
9 he discovered the items worth
approximately S500 were miss-
According to the police
report, there are no suspects in
connection with the incident.
A Fernandina Beach woman
called police Oct. 12 after she
found her 7-year-old twin sons
talking -to a man on Centre
The woman had left the boys
at the door of a Centre Street
shop while she went inside about
4 p.m. and a few minutes later
noticed 'they were missing. She
found them talking to a man on
the sidewalk in front of a shop
down the street. She said he was
showing them something in his
The woman confronted the
man but he "became defensive
and walked away," according to a
report from the Fernandina
Beach Police Department.
The children told their mom
the man called them over and
showed them a necklace he had
in a case.
According to the report, the
woman acknowledged the inci-
dent may have been harmless,
but "she felt the man's activities
were very suspicious."
The man was white, approxi-
mately five feet nine inches tall
and weighed about 165 pounds.
He had short brown hair, was
probably in his 20s and was wear-
ing tan clothing.
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An Ohio man was shot with a
Taser gun Oct. 12 after he report-
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Sheriff deputy's orders to get on
The deputy was responding
to a report of a man lying on the
side of the road near US 17 and I-
95 on Oct 12 about 2:40 p.m.,
according to a police report. He
saw Jim Loveridge, 62, of Akron,
Ohio, walking on the side of the
road and when he asked himn who
he was and where.he was going,
Loveridge "became belligerent
and started cussing at me."
Loveridge reportedly began
swinging a bag he was holding
and'would not get on the ground
after ordered to do so. The
deputy used his Taser gun on
Loveridge's chest, the man fell
to the ground and was arrested
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Loveridge is being held at theL
Nassau County Jail on $2,502
Milo Milenko Pajevic, 43,
409 South 15th St, Fernandina
Beach, Monday, violating proba- .
tion for a conviction of posses-
sion of cocaine, no bond;
John Walter Castle II, 41,
8432 US 301, Bryceville, Sunday,
possession of cocaine.
Amanda Christine Parker,
21, 447348 US 301, Callahan,
Sunday, obtaining property for
Anthony Adam Kegley, 41,
850928 US 17, Yulee, Saturday,
child abuse and resisting arrest
without violence, S2,502 bond.
Lorynn Nicole Thomas, 20,
1100 Lime St. Apt. 21, Fernandina
Beach, Saturday, possession of
cocaine, driving with a license
that has been suspended or
revoked and possession of drug
Quincy Jerrod Lee, 30,
Goose Creek, S.C., Saturday,
felony driving with a license that
has been suspended or revoked
and bypassing an agricultural sta-
Brian Herndon Clark, 37,
1272 S.' Fourth St., Fernandina
Beach, Friday, violating proba-
tion for a conviction of posses-
sion of cocaine, no bond.
Leah Michelle Gosline. 28,
1272 S. Fourth St., Fernandina
Beach, Friday, violating proba-
tion for a conviction of grand
theft, no bond.
Darrell Lee Crane, 20,
Jacksonville, Friday, lewd and las-
James Edward Skipper Jr.,
39, 85777 Avant Road, Yulee.
Thursday, possession of cocaine
and possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
Andrea Lynn Pratt, 21, 813
Nottingham Drive, Fernandina
Beach, Oct. 11, child neglect.
John Dexter Todd, 31,
Jacksonville, Oct. 11, violating
probation for convictions of pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and lewd and lascivi-
ous molestation, no bond.
David James Marsh, 33,
85620 Lana Road, Yulee, Oct. 11.
uttering a forged instrument.
Jay Keller-Gordonjr., 32,
27071 Indiana SL, Hilliard, Oct.
U'lsale andL delivery: 'of a
(on tIrTled substance, $5,6,02
William Christopher Lee,
26, 220 Live Oak Drive,
Fernandina Beach, Oct. 11, habit-
ual driving with a license that has
been suspended or revoked.
Matthew Joseph Perez, 18,
35393 Quail Road, Callahan, Oct.
11, possession of cocaine, pos-
session of a controlled substance
and reckless driving.
Travis Heckel, 24,
Waycross, Ga., Oct. 11, grand:
theft, $25,002 bond.
Thomas Howard Froat,
67072 Connerville Road, Yulee,
Oct. 10, burglary of a motor vehi-
cle and burglary.
Randey Maurice Daniels,
41 O'Neil-Scott Road, Fernandina
Beach, Oct. 10, violating
probation for a conviction of
unlawful use of identification, no
Hodges, 27, Jacksonville, Oct 10,
violating probation for a convic-
tion of domestic battery.
David Gordon Case, 42,
96106 Black Road, Yulee, Oct 10,
failure to appear in court for a
non-resident driver's license vio-
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piled by Shannon Malcom, News-
Leader staff, from the Oct. 13 court
docket of Circuit Judge Robert Foster.
Christopher Wayne Brown
pleaded not guilty to violating pro-
bation on a conviction of grand theft.,
Gregory Allen Creamer plead-.
.ed guilty to sale or delivery of
cocaine. He was adjudicated guilty
and sentenced to seven months in
the Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served. Creamer was
ordered to pay $470 in court costs.
Christopher Ryan Davis plead-
ed not guilty to felony battery.
David William Dilallo pleaded
guilty to violating probation for a
conviction of felony battery result-
ing in bodily harm. Adjudication
was withheld and Dilallo's proba-
tion will continue as before.
Shawn Alphonso Gallion
pleaded not guilty to possession of
a burglarious tool, violating the
rules of a state park and two counts
of dealing in stolen property.
Karen BusselD Giddens plead-
ed not guilty to defrauding a finan-
cial institution, fraudulent use of a
credit card and grand theft.
Richard Randall Jones plead-
ed not guilty to violating probation
for a conviction of grand theft.
Marquis Jermaine McCants
. pleaded guilty to possession of more
than 20 grams of marijuana. He was
adjudicated guilty and ordered to
pay $470 in court costs and $500 to
the Nassau County Sheriffs Office
Drug Enforcement arid Eradication
Sheretta Shelet McNeil with-
drew aplea of not guilty and plead-
ed guilty to sale or delivery of a
controlled substance. She was adju-
dicated guilty and sentenced to six
months in the Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served and
ordered to pay $1,000 to the NCSO
Drug Enforcement and Eradication
Task Force, $470 in court costs and
a $50 public defender's lien.
Herman Mickles pleaded not
guilty to violating probation for a
conviction of habitual driving with
a license that has been suspended
David Chandler Milliken
pleaded not guilty to burglary of a
structure or conveyance.
Charles Fredrick Mitchell
pleaded not guilty to habitual driv-
ing with a license that has been sus-
pended or revoked and attaching a
vehicle tag improperly.
Ronald Dewayne Morgan
pleaded not guilty to DUI involving
serious bodily injury.
Luther Heith Pease withdrew
a plea of not guilty and pleaded
guilty to dealing in stolen property
and two counts of grand theft He
was adjudicated guilty and sen-
tenced to one year in the Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served followed by two years of pro-
bation. Pease was ordered to pay'
$370 in court costs. He was not
prosecuted on a charge of posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and an additional charge of
Milenko Milo Pajevic pleaded
guilty to possession of cocaine.
Adjudication was withheld and
Pajevic was sentenced to 18 months
of drug offender probation with the
special conditions that he submit
to random drug tests and undergo
a drug and alcohol evaluation with-
in 30 days. Pajevic was ordered to
pay S470 in court costs.
Mark Anthony Pensa pleaded
not guilty to lewd or lascivious
Christopher R. Pittman with-
drew a plea of not guilty and plead-
ed guilty for convenience to grand
theft. He was adjudicated guilty and
sentenced to time served in the
Nassau County Jail and ordered to
pay 8370 in court costs and a S50
public defender's lien.
EJustin Brandon Pope pleaded
not guilty to aggravated fleeing and
eluding police, corruption by threat
against a public servant, driving
under the influence of alcohol and
being in possession of an open con-
tainer of alcohol.
Shirlene Donnetta Roberts
pleaded guilty to violating proba-
tion on a conviction of possession of
cocaine. She was adjudicated guilty
andther probation was revoked and
terminated. Roberts-was sentenced
to five months in the Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served and
must pay S276.44 in outstanding
Dallas Terrell Scheider plead-
ed no0t guilty to possession of
cocaine, possession of more than
20 grams of marijuana, possession
of controlled substance parapher-
nalia and two counts of possession
of a controlled substance.
Joseph Simmons withdrew a
plea of not guilty and pleaded guilty
for convenience to sale or delivery
of cocaine and possession of a con-
trolled substance with intent to sell,
purchase or manufacture. He was
adjudicated guilty' and sentenced
to time served in the Nassau
County Jail and ordered to pay S940
in court costs. Simmons was not
prosecuted for possession of
cocaine, possession of controlled
substance paraphernalia and two
additional counts of sale and deliv-
ery of cocaine.
Dwayne Allen Smallwood
pleaded not guilty to violating-pro-
bation for a conviction of posses-
sion of more than 20 grams of mar-
Karrie Shantell Sweat pleaded
not guilty to burglary of a dwelling.
M Christopher A. Walker plead-
ed guilty to possession of child
pornography. He was adjudicated
guilty and sentenced to time served
in the Nassau County Jail and
ordered to pay 8190 in court costs
and a S100 public defender's lien.
Latoshia Tamiko Williams
withdrew a plea of not guilty' and
pleaded guilty to violating proba-
tion for convictions of possession
of cocaine and grand theft. She was
adjudicated guilty and her proba-
tion was revoked and terminated.
She was sentenced to 90 days in
the Nassau County Jail with credit
for time served and ordered to pay,
$980.88 in outstanding charges.
FaraLanae Williamson plead-
ed guilty to three counts of sale or
delivery of cocaine. She was adju-
dicated guilty and received a sen-
tence of 18 months in a Florida state
prison that will be suspended if she
completes three years of probation
with the special conditions that she
complete an Alcoholics Anonymous
program and 50 hours of commu-
nity service work. Williamson was
ordered to pay 81,410 in court costs
and a $450 public defender's lien.
Greater Nassau Women's Services
pregnancy care center
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Iris Marie Radigan, 18, was
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... has since
X restraining order
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police she acted in
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Radigan she had threaten-
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all," Duque said. "... (She obtained
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Costumed guides and actors
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Jim Lear, above, gave a his-
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NEwS-LEADER FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA
University of Florida
'/,- Meyer apparently
has no plans to bench QB
Chris Leak no matter how
poorly he plays. One has to
wonder, then, if the coach
will consider "benching" his
spread option offense, which
is obviously the root of all
Leak's woes this season.
Leak looked abysmal
once again last Saturday in a
21-17 loss to LSU in Baton
Rouge. Granted the offen-
sive line of Florida had
much to do with the quarter-
back's poor play, but Leak is
obviously not "getting" the
spread option and appears to
have little chance to do so
this season. With two weeks
to prepare for Georgia a
game that could very well be
a back-breaker if Florida
can't find itself offensively -
isn't it at least somewhat fea-
sible to expect Meyer to
install an offense more con-
ducive to Leak's drop-back
style? For the lack of a bet-
ter phrase, doesn't Meyer
have time to regroup and
"dumb it down" a little bit?
Mind you, I'm not saying
Meyer should put his
offense on the shelf for
good. I believe backup QB
Josh Portis might someday
make it work if given the
chance. But Meyer has the
SEC's returning leading
passer behind center for the
rest of this season and likely
all of flext a dfle6r'i fdt-
sure considering that the
quarterback is not good at
doing what Meyer wants
deserves all the credit for
keeping Saturday's score as
close as it was and likely has
a chance to at least slow
down Georgia's attack in two
But if the Gators stick to
the spread option with Leak
at quarterback, the
Bulldogs' defense will be the
one getting all the credit for
shutting down what has thus
far proved to be nothing
more than a hapless mess...
Florida State's offense
didn't look a whole lot better
than Florida's for much of its
26-21 loss to Virginia on the
road, which is likely to bring
the Jeff Bowden boo birds
back out in Tallahassee, and
probably rightly so. Bowden
has shown the innovation of
a pet rock since his daddy
promoted him three years
ago. That said, it was the
Seminoles' defense that gave
up. the 26 points, not Jeff
Bowden. The typically-stel-
lar unit looked as if it was
going through the motions
most of the night.
Florida State will most
likely rebound to participate
in a BCS bowl, playing in
what looks more and more
each week like a weak ACC.
Oh, and that regular-season
finale at The Swamp has to
be looking less and less
The Jacksonville Jaguars
proved in a 23-16 win at
Pittsburgh that they can
indeed survive when RB
Fred Taylor is on the side-
Former FSU RB Greg
Jones, finally given a legiti-
mate shot to carry the load
for the Jaguars, showed
glimpses of the tough player
he was in college, giving the
Jags a solid second option at
By the way. Steelers fans,
Jacksonville is now 9-8
against your perennial jug-
Last line: I've, decided
that each time one of my
kids utters the word
"Braves," I'm going to force
them to watch the replay of
that 18-inning debacle that
took place in Houston last
John L. Crao/tord' col-
umn appears Wednesdays.
Pirates top Rebels 36-26; host Lee Generals Friday
The Pirates snapped a five-game
losing streak Friday night when
they hosted the.Forrest Rebels in
the second of three consecutive
home games. The Pirates rebound-
ed from a 14-0 deficit and rolled
on to a 36-26 victory of the visitors.
"1 was very proud of the guys;
we got down 14-0 and they didn't
give up," Fernandina Beach High
School head football coach Ed
"Puggy" Brown said. "I was excit-
ed for the seniors. It was our first
varsity win at home.
"I thought our offensive line did
a good job blocking this week.
Overall, the whole team played
hard. I think we played a better
overall game. It was the most
points the offense has scored all
"We started putting the pieces
together and hopefully we can
carry that momentum into Friday
The Pirates (2-5) will host the
Lee Generals Friday for the home
finale. The district matchup kicks
off at 7:30 p.m.
"Lee has lost one game," Brown
said. "They were beaten last week
by First Coast. It will be a tough
The Pirates will hit the road
Oct. 28 for a game at Englewood
and the season finale is Nov. 4 at
Forrest's first drive Friday
ended in a 27-yard touchdown run
by Jamaal Bell. The two-point con-
The Pirates' first drive of the
night ended in an Adam Dean punt
which the Rebels blocked to take
over the ball on the Pirate 30-yard
line. Seven plays later, Bell ran in
from 2 yards out. Dejon Curry
scored two points on a keeper to
put the. ebels up- 14-0 with 5;09
left in the first quarter.
The Pirates were forced to punt
again on their next drive, but got
the ball back when Brian Citino
recovered a fumble. The drive
stalled and Dean was called out to
Forrest's ensuing drive also
stalled and Justin Hastings blocked
the punt attempt for the Pirates,
who recovered the ball at Forrest's
13-yard line. Three plays later, the
Pirates were on the scoreboard
when Clay Crocker completed a 9-
yard TD pass to Josh Longnecker
with 8:27 left in the half. Winston
Overton kicked the PAT as the
Pirates cut the lead to 14-7.
The Pirate defense held and
forced the Rebels to punt. On sec-
ond and nine from the Pirate 13,
Crocker completed a long pass to
MarcusJohnson. The Pirates were
poised to score on the Rebel 22.
James Southers ran it in on the
next play and Overton kicked the
PAT. The Pirates evened the score
at 14-14 with 5:58 left in the second
Forrest went up 20-14 with
Joseph Ballard to Brandon Hicks
TD pass for 34 yards. The kick
But the Pirates answered as the
seconds ticked off just before half-
time. Terrell Dallas punched it in
FH,''I',: B'i E'TrH I'NT-W r NEV%,-LE AIk
Neil Clements stops a Rebel Friday as teammates Aaron Mekara and Jamael
Autry move in, above. Right, Autry solo tackles Forrest's Brian Masline.
Above, James Southers takes a handoff from QB Clay Crocker and dodges Forrest's Malvern
S~tEwrt;ft, pI t FBHS Cq4liH'Ed "Puggy"fBr6dVifged#ftffiton the back after Friday's Win qver
the Forrest Rebels. Left bottom, Pirate senior defensive back Brian Citino bad three tackles, a
knockdown and a fumble recovery.
from 2 yards out and Overton's
PAT handed the Pirates their first
lead of the game, 21-20, with two
seconds left on the clock.
The momentum carried over
for the Pirates as Southers ran 65
yards on the first play from scrim-
mage of the third quarter to a
Pirate TD. Overton kicked the PAT
and the Pirates went Iup 28-20.
The Rebels coughed up the ball
on their next drive and the Pirates
recovered, but Fernandina's drive
ended in an interception.
The Pirates recovered another
fumble and converted the turnover
into a 25-yard touchdown pass by
Johnson from DeAndre Perkins.
The kick failed, but the Pirates had
expanded their lead to 34-20 Wiith
3:36 left in the third quarter.
Possession switched hands
twice as both teams lost fumbles,
but the Rebels managed to score
after they recovered the loose ball.
Bell scored on a 9-yard run with
11:16 left in the game. The run
failed. The Pirates were holding a
The Rebels got the ball back
with 2:20 left in the game after the
second of two failed field goal
attempts by the Pirates.
The Rebels were backed up to
the Pirate 23-yard line with 1:35
left to play. A bad snap rolled into
the end zone for a safety. The
Pirates were up 36-26 with 1:32 left
Southers had 154 yards on 24
carries and a pair of touchdowns to
lead the Pirate offense. Dallas had
46 yards on 19 carries and a socre.
Andre Johnson rushed two times
for 14 yards and Crocker ran the
ball four times for six yards.
Crocker was 4-for-8 for 81 yards
and a touchdown and Perkins was
1-for-2 for a 24-yard TD. Marcus
Johnson reeled in three passes for
91 yards and a touchdown and
Longnecker had two receptions for
14 yards and a TD.
Overton was 4-for-5 on PAT
attempts. Dean punted five times
for 120 yards for a 24-yard aver-
Janmael Autry was the defensive
leader for the Pirates. He had five
solo tackles, two assists and a pair
of QB sacks. Nate Koulsky had
three solo tackles and five assists
and Aaron Fisher had four solo
tackles. Hastings had a solo and
* lated by
down of the
both had TD
three assists and Shawn Sluder
had two of each. Neil Clements
had two solos, two assists and a
Matt Bellar had two solos, one
assist, four knockdowns and a
forced fumble. Sean McNamee had
a solo and two assists. Citino had a
solo, two assists, a knockdown and
a fumble recovery. Aaron Mekara
had a solo, an assist and a sack.
Jase Nease had a solo, two assists
and a fumble recovery.
Simon Wolfe had a pair of
assists, and Dallas had two assists
and a fumble recovery. Travis
Jacobs recorded a solo and Charlie
Booker had an assist.
SEASON FINALE FOR LADY PIRATES
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Global positioning systems not just for cars now
Imagine if you could have a the week went to the team which CharityOurney
bird's eye view of yourself tool- GOLF NEWS included Wolfe, J.P. Kreger (84, The fifth annual Nassau
ing around a gorgeous green golf even), Jim Dunphy (93, minus 6)
course in a jaunty little golf cart. grass, they'll get a strong and Roger Arsenault (106, plus Coeandina Beach Optimists
Rounding the curves from hole reminder to get back on track. It 3) for a net plus 5. Charity Golf Tournament will b
to hole, you'd see how far you helps keep the course beautiful, held Oct 26 at the Golf Club of
were from the pins and the front, the way golfers always like to see Breakfast miXCT Amelia Island. Lunch is at noon
.middle and back of the greens. it Thirty-five players came out with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
You'd see upcoming bunkers, The Golf Club of Amelia early in the morning to tee off in' Format is captain's choice.
ponds and big trees to avoid and Island at Summer Beach is open the FBMGA Saturday Morning Fee is $125 for individual or
possibly golfers to watch out for to club members and guests and Breakfast Mixer with Gary S400 per tearnm and includes
just ahead. And you'd know how guests at The Ritz-Carlton and Leopold (85) and Jay Waddell lunch, round of golf, logoed
far away the all-important Summer Beach Resort. It is the (78) tying for first place at plus 7. balls, dinner and awards cerem
refreshment cart is to plan the only course in the area to offer They were followed by Jim ny. Call Robin Heath at 277-975!
best time for lunch. GPS golf. Robertson (86, plus 4), Harry or Clyde Goodbread at 261-813:
With the new global position- Kegler (8,7 plus 3), Steve
ing system at The Golf Club of Kegler (8,7 plus 3), Steve
Amelia Island at Summer Beach, Men's blitz events Johnson (70, plus 2). There was Golfm-arathon
you can do all that and much Fifty-six players came out to a four-wa tie The 10th annual Reggie Hu
more. This spring, the Golf Club play in the Fernandina Beach plus 1 between Ro Peterson Golf Marathon will be held Nov
equipped all of its 83 golf carts Men's Golf Association blitz on (78), Herman Cook (88),9 at Oak Marsh at Amelia Island
with state-of-the-art GPS trans- Wednesday with Chuck Cisson (82) and Wayne Plantation, and organizers have
mitters and real-time screens Helenbrook taking individual Mortenson (94). an ambitious goal to raise
mounted to give each driver a honors with an 85 and plus 8 850,000 to benefit Big Brothers
stellar view of his game. As each points. Bob Best (77), Lew Akins Toys forTots Big Sisters of Nassau County.
cart winds from hole to hole, the (90) and Doug Wolfe (87) were The fourth annual Toys for Big Brothers Big Sisters of
screen shows exactly how it's all plus 4 to share second place. Tots Golf Tournament will be Nassau County relies on private
progressing in relation to the var- Best's plus 4 was supported held Oct. 22 at the Fernandina donations for more than half of
ious paths and pins. The players by Price Poole (72. plus 1), Jim Beach Golf Club. Format is four- its operating expenses, and don
love it and so do the pros. White (97, plus 1) and Jim person captain's choice with tions are tax-deductible.
"This is the best system out Dunphy (87, even) to take first- handicap applied. Fee is 875 per Anyone interested in playing
there and we're pleased to offer place team honors at plus 6. player and includes cart and should contact tournament cha
it to our members and guests," The team of Tom Gray (88, green fee, beverages and hors man Tom Oden at 261-5627.
said John Price, club director. minus 3), Mickey Rushton (92, d'oeuvres at awards presenta-
"It's great for the golfers because plus 2), Akins and Ed Lormand don. Shotgun start is 9 a.m. Golffor Dignity U Wear
they can better scope out their (93, plus 2) came in second with For information, contact Allen
game, and it allows us to provide a plus 5. Elefterion at 321-0407, Cal A golf tournament is sched-
better, smoother service, Helenbrook's plus 8 was good Atwood at 277-3435, Al Allaband uled for Dec. 7 at the Golf Club
improve safety for golfers and enough to allow Wesley Poole at 277-3402 or Frank Reidinger at of Amelia Island to benefit the
staff and really enhance the over- (87, minus 3), Stan Miller (89.' 277-8280. Dignity U Wear program. Form
all golfing experience." even) and George Murphy (88. is a captain's choice scramble
In addition to real-time video minus 2) to hang on to third and shotgun start is noon. Cost
screens on the golf carts, there place at plus 3. Tee Up forTors is 8150 per person and entry
are screens in the clubhouse so Mike Joyce (73, plus 3), Pap On Oct. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to deadline is Nov. 30. There will I
pros can keep in constant touch Scarboro (92, minus 1), Ray 5 p.m. the University of North a 2006 Buick LeSabre up for
with the golfers. Management Black (105, even) and Rudy Florida Child Development grabs in the hole-in-one contest
can view course activities'with a Campanale (95, even) were Research Center Parents sponsored by Walt Bennett
I realistic three-dimensional fourth at plus 2. Association and UNF Delta Chevrolet-Buick, Inc. Contact
| graphical view of the entire In the closest to the pin on 9 Sigma Pi Business Fraternity will Sandi Scott at 206-4480
course in real-time. The screen west, sponsored by Escapade hold Tee Up for Tots Golf
.displays the location of the golf Casino, the-winner from the Competition. Golfwith Player
carts, marshal vehicles, beverage white tee was Ray Huskey with This fun-filled day features 18
carts, maintenance crews and Ed Lormand being closest from holes of golf with a shotgun start, Area golfers have a rare
allows for voice messaging and the gold tees. lunch, coffee and cookies, a pro- opportunity to match swings
two-way communication. By There was a good turnout of gram listing and a silent auction with golf legend Gary Player.
clicking on any field header, 67 players for the' Friday blitz. that includes signed sports mem- The Northeast Florida Builders
information about the fleet can Mickey Rushton (85, plues9) took orabilia. Association is offering raffle tic
be sorted based on the cart num- individual honors. He was closely This event benefits the ets for nine holes of golf with
ber, location and pace status. You followed by Doug Wolfe (83, plus CDRC, a fully accredited, not-for- Player at the Cypress Knoll Got
can record the play for later view- 8) while three players, Jay profit institution open to the chil- Club in Palm Coast. Player is
ing to analyze problem areas, if Waddell (81). Larry Brauda (79) dren of UNF students, faculty designing the course for the
any, and even remotely connect and Doug Morris (88), tied for and staff and the general Land Mar Group. He will play
to the system and view activities third at plus 7. public.It also provides academic nine holes with three raffle win
via the Internet. Rushton's plus 8 had a g6od research opportunities to UNF ners in conjunction with the
During tournaments and supporting cast of Ed Lormand departments and is a pre-intern- course's opening celebration
other busy days, The Golf Club (93, plus 2),. Ron Ferrell (89, plus ship site for students at UNF and next summer.
pros can identify and reduce bot- 1) and Pap Scarboro (91, even) surrounding regions. The raffle is part of NEFBA'
tlenecks to maintain a steadier and came in first at plus 12. Sponsorship is S60 for an indi- annual gala fund-raiser. The Ga
pace of play for everyone. And if Jim Robertson (80, plus 5), vidual and 8200 for a team of on the Green, is Nov. 11 at the
there's ever a roll-over or emer- Claude Hartley (96. plus 4). Dave four. Sponsorship nackaees are Sawgrass Marriott.
ger-"&ykB wetf iB3jak_ilL 1o S waAA -. -
Snmg|jatrq il. ,an 4 prg'.
vided. The system also helps us
keep the greens in top condition,
"When the course is really
wet, carts are restricted to cer-
tain paths to protect the turf. If
drivers venture out onto the
(9,3l liun2p 2)L [iis3!ebsec d 4gi
In third place at plus 7 was
the team of Rudy Campanale (94,
plus 1), Bob Dorsey (80, plus 3).
Al Jump (87, plus 3) and Bill
Murphy (87, even).
The final winning place for
;p Tf.Ufor'Fb..*illlbte t ,,.
Windsor Phrke Golf.Club, 13823
Sutton Park Drive North, near
Hodges and J. Turner Butler
boulevards in Jacksonville.
or call Pam Bell, director, (904)
620-2372 for information.
hall of fame
Pordtlad Stuart at the;NJEFBA,
('904) 725-145 or check with
your local pro golf shop for ticket
information. Tickets are S20
each, and three winners will
complete the foursome playing
nine holes with Player. Call (904)
725-4355 or visit www.netba.com.
This Weeks PGASTournament III
The FUNAI Classic The Walt Disney World golf
Defending; Ryan Palmer resorts have hosted a PGA
Total Purse: $4 400 000 Tour event consistently since
tal Purse: $4,400,000 1971. Jack Nicklaus made his
Par: 72 stamp on this tournament
from the outset, taking home
the first three editions of the event From 1974 to 1981, the competition
became the Wall Disney World National Team Championship Since
1982, the tournament has gone back to the traditional 72-hole format.
John Huston (1992) and Duffy Waldorf (2000) hold the tournament record
for this event, both finng 26-under par totals of 262. The defending cham-
piog is Ryan Palmer, who won his first ever PGA Tour event last year at
the FUNAI Classic by shooting a 62 in the final round
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Hi: 84 Lo: 70 Hi: 85 Lo: 70 Hi. 85 Lo. 67 Hi. 85 Lo: 66
SWes Short Jr.
Birthdate: Dec. .4, 1963
l | Birthplace: Austin, Texas
Residence: Austin, Texas
I- Turned Professional: 1987
Joined Tour: 2004
World Ranking: 94
2005 Earnings: $1.005,702
PGA TOUR Victories: One victory: 2005 Michelin Championship
at Las Vegas
Tournament Results' Was Short Jr. outdueled Jim Furyk in a playoff to
Champion: Wes Short Jr. take home his first career PGA Tour title at the
Purise: $720, Short Jr000 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas There never
2nd Place: Jim Furyk would have been a playoff if not for a mistake by
Purse: $432,000 Furyk on the final hole of regulation He three-
3rd Place: Frazar, Purdy putted on the 18th hole for bogey while Short Jr.
Purse: $232,000 birdied to create the extra session. After matching
pars on the first playoff hole, Furyk sent his tee shot
on the par-3 17th into the lake. Then. Short Jr made sure his Te shot hit on land and
made a par to take home the $720.000 winner's check. For Furyk, it was a disappoint-
ing ending as he was trying to win this tournament for the fourth.time in his career and
this is where he had won his first title. Both Furyk and Short Jr. shot up the leaderboard
on the final round with a 65' and 66 respectively to finish at a 21-under par score
Who has won the most British Opens?
a) Torn Watson
b) Jack Nicklaus
c) Harry Vardon
d) BoDby Jones
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Oct. 23. 1935 One of the most
popular players ever on the tour
was born on this date. Juan
Rodriguez was born in Rio Piedras,
Puerto Rico. His flashy style on the
golf course and jovial personality
made him a fan favorite from the
start. Also known as "Chi Chi".
Rodriguez won eight times on the
PGA Tour. His greatest success
came on the Senior PGA Tour,
where he won 22 times
4 This week, we will start pinpoint-
ing some of the common mis.
takes that we make on the
course that could ultimately cost
us numerous strokes during
play. Many of our problems
come nght on the tee box and if
we do not see te warning signs
Sand fix the mistakes, it could be
a disaster. First off, never trust the alignment
of the lee markers. Tee markers are not
changed very often, so their accuracy in
terms of alignment is. usually non-existent
One of the other keys is the need to lee your
ball on a level area of the tee box Many tee
boxes are uneven in their levelness due to
erosion or the need to keep ft drained prop-
erty. If you get ready to make your shot and
feel that the ground may not be level, start
your routine over and re-tee the ball in an
area you feel Is advantageous.
2005.Money Leaders World Rankings Driving Qistance Putting Average
Rank & Player Money Rank & Player Score Rank & Player Ayg. Rank & Player Ag.
1) Tiger Woods $. 9,913.024 1) Tiger Woods 17.85 1) Scott Hend 319.9 1) Ben Crane 1.709
2) Vijay Slngh $7,733,503 2) Vijay Singh 11.75 2) Tiger Woods 315.5 2) Arjun Atwal 1.710
3) Phil Mickelson $5,699,605 3) Phil MIckelson 9.33 3) Brett Wetterlch 312.3 3) Steve Stricker 1.719
4) Jim Furyk $4,096,769 4) Retief Goosen 8.84 4) John Daly 310.1 4) Todd Fischer 1.728
5) David Toms $3,843,713 5) Ernie Els 8.28 4) Scott GuIschewski 310.1 5) David Toms 1.730
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Michael Dasher of
Fernandina Beach was one of
six former athletes at Ohio
Northern University inducted
into the university's Athletic
Hall of Fame Friday during
ONU's homecoming weekend.
Dasher lettered four years
for one year
at ONU. He
was the lead-
on the foot- Dasher
ball team his
senior seasons. He was also
the high jump champion his
sophomore, junior and senior
years at Northern. He served
as captain for the track team.
After graduation in 1968,
Dasher taught history at
Upper Sandusky for two years.
He was also the assistant foot-
ball coach at his high school
alma mater, Carey High
School. for one year and was
the assistant track coach for 15
Dasher was the manufac-
turing manager at Essex
Corporation for five years and
then was employed for 21
years at Harris Corporation.
He and his wife, Martha, live
in Fernandina Beach. They
have three children, Matthew,
Allyson and Brian, who gradu-
ated from Ohio Northern.
Dasher and the five other
inductees were inducted at a
banquet Friday and introduced
Saturday at halftime of the
ONU football game with
Otterbein at Dial-Roberson
Stadium in Ada. Ohio.
The Working Women's
Tennis League plays Saturday
with the B-I team hosting the
ATP at The Ritz-Carlton,
Amelia Island at 1 p.m.
(ftliJge sc a s n iptten-
are available' "otact Dee
A. liibyv e-maill.adedeO@dda'"
sports.com. Allen is the USA
Tennis Florida community
consultant for preparing stu-
dents for college athletic
recruiting. For information,
visit www.juniorath lete.com.
Physical education teachers
tennis commitment forms are
available for any school, public
or private, looking to provide
tennis in the physical educa-
tion classes or in an after-
school program. The Yulee
Tennis Foundation is promot-
ing tennis in local schools to
participate in the 2006 Spring
USA School Tennis program.
The first fall session of the
Junior Development Tennis
Program held at the Yulee ten-
nis courts has ended and exist-
ing students will started the
second session Nov. 7.
To get a schedule of USTA-
sanctioned tournament sites
and to register,'.visit
Tournaments are held
throughout Florida for boys
and girls in 10-and-under to 18-
and-under divisions, also for
men and women.
The next Junior Grand Prix
will be held at Deercreek
Country Club Nov. 5 for boys
and girls 14 years old and
under. This is a novice tourna-
ment designed to introduce
children to tournament play
and is a stepping stone to
USTA tournaments. Current
. USA Team Nassau players'
fees are paid by the Yulee
Tennis Foundation, Inc. Call
Deercreek Country Club,
(904) 363-1250, by Oct. 26.
Anyone with information
regarding tennis can contact
The Yulee Tennis Foundation.
Its mission is to promote ten-
For information, call Robin
French, 225-0403, or Judi
Turner, 225-5848, or e-mail
davejudi@bellsouth. net and
reference tennis. Visit
The City of Fernandina
Beach Tennis Tournament is
slated for Nov. 4-6 for men's
and women's singles and Nov.
11-13 for men's and women's
doubles at the Central Park
Entry fee is $20 per person
for singles and $15 per person
for doubles. Players can pay
S35 per person for two events.
Fee includes player party, T-
shirt and raffle. Completed
entry forms are due Nov. 1 for
singles and Nov. 8 for doubles.
Starting times will be available
Nov. 3 and Nov. 10, respective-
ly. Call 277-7350.
I Golf Trivia I
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4B WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 / NEWS-LEADER
stopped screaming for
a few weeks now and all
of the local summer
kingfish events have been over
for some time. However, the
kingfish season still continues
for many local fishing teams.
The Jacksonville-based fish-
ing team, "Final Strike," enjoyed
a phenomenal kingfish season
while fishing their rookie season
on the Southern Kingfish
Association's Yamaha Pro Tour.
Team members Jake Fulmer,
Chris Johnson, Terry Johnson,
Clyde Keen and David Reddick
weighed in seven king mackerel
totaling 245 pounds. Teams
could weigh in their seven best
kingfish during the seven events.
In their rookie season, "Final
Strike" weighed in kingfish
weighing 49.27 pounds, 21.14
pounds, 51.58 pounds, 45.03
pounds, 36.20 pounds, 21.63
pounds and 20.21 pounds to win
SKA "Angler of the Year" honors.
The local fishing team has had.
.experience locally and won the
2003 aggregate division of the
BellSouth Greater Jacksonville
Some 100 boats competed
this season during the Southern
Kingfish Association's Yamaha
pro division tournament trail.
Paul Massey's "Outrageous"
fishing team weighed in seven
kingfish, weighing 198.41
pounds to capture 18th place in
the pro tour. Their largest king-
fish weighed 46.23 pounds.
Massey and team member Joe
Bruce also tied for sixth place in
the senior division of the pro
Jeff and Nancy Dunbar and
the "Fish Dancer" fishing team
placed 26th in the Pro Tour with
their largest kingfish weighing
41.81 pounds. Nancy also took
fifth place in the ladies division.
Kenny Crawford, Doreen
Lands and members of the
"Crawfish" kingfish team also
i'had eatseason winning the
VIP Tournament for the second
year in a row. The Crawfish fish-
ing team also took second place
in division four with a three-fish
aggregate weight of 84.6 pounds
R and placed
sion five of
SI the SKA
K" i tournament
Terry Lacoss pounds.
-_ The local
OUTDOORS team, "Bear
won the aggregate division of the
2005 BellSouth Greater
Tournament and also placed 12th
overall in division five with a
three-fish aggregate weight of
74.65 pounds. James Croft is a
consistent winner on the SKA
tournament circuit and knows all
the tricks from chumming to
trolling for king mackerel!
Rick Langford and the Nassau
Sport Fishing Association put on
another successful Fernandina
Beach Tournament of
Tournament this past summer
with 197 boats entered in the
event Dan'Crowleyand the
"Posse" fishing team weighed in
the largest king mackerel,
weighing 42.64 pounds.
Most of the winning kingfish
were caught along the beaches
off Jacksonville. Bad weather
arrived late Friday, prompting
Langford and the tournament
committee to cancel fishing on
Saturday and held the event to a
Samantha Nader weighed in a
35.04-pound king mackerel to
take the junior angler first-place
prize, sponsored by the News-
The Southern Kingfish
Championship will be held out of
Fort Pierce Nov. 16-20. All teams
that fished in the Yamaha pro
division and the top 15 teams in
. each o moefor
" [opnonors m A mTM., t no
Th e BellSouth Greater "
Tournament celebrated its 25th
year running with what is
regarded as the world's largest
PHOires B'iTEL A', Lcss SPECIAL
Nancy Dunbar, above, placed fifth in the ladies division of the SKA professional tour. Below left, Kenny Crawford and Doreen
Lands are pictured with members of the "Crawfish" fishing team accepting first-place honors during the 2005 BellSouth VIP
Kingfish Tournament. Below right, Paul Massey's "Outrageous" fishing team had another successful kingfish season while fish-
ing with Joe Bruce. Mark Yokely and Travis and Emily Clark.
fishing tournamn.rrr:Srn teams from enter 4' lari"%er center console" tive king mack~_ shing is still
teams fished in tlif y;iiar's *event. flShihg'tournameffs fisTih'' lBit, powered by 0" on the rise as well:"'
In years past, the tournament However, fishermen are con- outboard engines. Fuel prices at For information on the
field has been filled at 1.000 tinuing to spend more and more marinas in Northeast Florida are Southern Kingfish Association
boats. More than likely, the of their recreational dollars on topping S4 and rising. tournament trail, visit www.fish
increase in fuel has kept some fishing with the increase in popu- But the popularity in competi- ska.com.
David Terry, fishing aboard the "Pitt Stop," landed a 40-
inch red bass on Oct. 9. The red was hooked about 30 min-
utes after dead low tide at the jetties, using crab as bait.
Nassau Bassmasters is associ-
ated with the BASS National
Federation and the Florida BASS
Federation, and meetings are
held the third Thursday of the
month in Yulee. Membership is
open to anyone at least 16 years
old. For information on the
Nassau Bassmasters, call Bob
Schlag at (912) 729-2282, Billy
Kittrell at 225-0267 or Eddie
Jinright at 845-3998.
The Nassau Sport Fishing
Association meets the second
Wednesday of the month at 7
p.m. at Ten Acres Kraft Athletic
Club on the Amelia Island
Parkway. A social gathering is
held at 7:30 p.m. the fourth
For information on the NSFA,
Licenses for seniors
Leaders at the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission say they will not
recommend requiring seniors to
FERNANDINA BEACH TIDES
Tides, Sun & Moon:. October 19-26, 2005
Moonset 9:45A Low 4:IOA'-1.1I'
WVed. Sunrise 7:3 A High 10:49A,6.98'
10/19 Moonrise 8:14P Low 4:49P -0.61'
Sunset 6:50P High II :08P 5.79'
Low 4:52A -0.79'
High II 1:34A 6.70'
Low 5:35P -0.21'
High I1:53P 4.45'
Low 5:35A -0.37'
High 12:20P 6.35'
Low 6:23P 0.24'
I 11:40P High
pay for fishing and hunting
"Florida's seniors are among
the FWC's most valued partners.
Many of them support our fish
and wildlife conservation efforts
by donating their time and con-
tributing money by voluntarily
purchasing licenses," FWC
Executive Director Ken Haddad
said. "We appreciate their efforts
and their continued support. We
have no intention of placing an
undue burden on seniors who
can't afford to pay."
In an effort to plan proactively
for fish and wildlife conservation
programs, FWC began develop-
ing a business plan to ensure the
financial stability of its programs
for the next five years.
Throughout this process, the
agency has been 'exploring all
possible solutions and has
worked with Floridians to get
their perspectives on how to deal
with funding shortfalls..
A large portion of FWC's
budget comes from user fees,
primarily licenses, permits and
specialty license plate fees. One
of the suggestions the FWC
received was to consider repeal-
ing the senior exemption,
because federal-matching dollars
are, in part, tied to the number of
paid license holders.
"That federal funding is
important, but we believe we can
come up with a creative solution
that will enable us to capture
those dollars without having to
charge seniors directly," Haddad
Haddad added that the
agency will continue working
with residents to ensure
Florida's fish and wildlife conser-
vation programs remain finan-
The FWC does not plan to
submit any exemption or fee
increase proposals during the
2006 legislative session.
Fisheries summits set
Reshaping Florida's freshwa-
ter fisheries management
process is the focus of a unique
series of statewide summits
planned by the Florida Fish and
Through these summits the
FWC is inviting stakeholders to
organize and team with the
agency. These organized groups
will help the agency identify
areas of public concern and
High 3:07A 4.55'
Low 9:09A 0.94'
High 3:39P 5.28'
Low 10:04P 1.06'
High 4:06A 4.61'
Low 10:IOA 0.95'
High 4:35P 5.26'
Low 10:55P 0.91'
Tide calculations are for Amelia lyie, FernadlIna Beach. t No' brrecionr are necessary.
Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Ferandina Bead~ salthiugh acttul times may vary because of land masses.
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launch management plans that
will have a major effect on the
future of Florida's freshwater
'"In the past, the public gave
input, and FWC staff implement-
ed a plan. In the new process,
organized stakeholder groups
will partner with the agency to
develop and implement plans
jointly," said Dave McElveen.
FWC planning coordinator.
The first of six zone summits
took place Sept. 24 at Sebring.
Four more are on tap between
now and January. Anyone inter-
ested in forming or participating
in a freshwater fisheries stake-
holder group is encouraged to
attend'these summits with FWC
All meetings are scheduled
from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at:
Imperial Swan Hotel, 4141 S.
Florida Ave., (863) 647-3000
Dania Beach, Oct. 29, IGFA,
3000 Gulf Stream Way, (954)-927-
Orlando, Nov. 5, Rosen
Centre, 9840 International Drive,
Tallahassee, Jan. 7, Ramada
Inn, 2900 N. Monroe St., (850)
The initial summit at Sebring
saw a new Highlands County
stakeholder group join the FWC
in an effort to help manage local
lakes and become part of the
"The first step in establishing
communications with interested
anglers and other resource users
was an online survey by the
FWC's Division of Freshwater
Fisheries Management. This sur-
vey enabled us to document con-
cerns and attitudes about our
future direction, and it gave rise
to these summits," said Dennis
Renfro, FWC summit steering
The response to the survey
was overwhelming with over
1,500 constituents participating.
Results from this survey helped
structure the format and content
of other summits in various loca-
tions around the state where sur-
vey responses were greatest.
To see results of the freshwa-
ter fishing survey, or for more
information on freshwater fish-
ing in Florida, visit My FWC.com
and click on "freshwater fishing."
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 SPORTS NEWS-LEADER
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Oct. 21 ROBERT E. LEE' 7:30
Oct. 28 at Englewood* 7:30
Nov. 4 at Baker County 7:30
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Junior Varsity Football
Oct. 20 at Nease 7:00
WEST NASSAU HIGH SCHOOL
Oct: 21 BOLLES* 7:30
Oct. 28 BRADFORD COUNTY* 7:30
Nov. 4 at Middleburg 7:30
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Oct. 17-20 District at Stanton TBA
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Oct. 19 COUNTY MEET 4:30
Oct. 29 District meet at Ridgeview TBA
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Girls and Boys Golf
Oct. 25 State at Port St. Lucie
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
Oct. 25 at Yulee 6:00
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Oct. 25 FERNANDINA BEACH 6:00
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Nov. 12 ISLAND CLASSIC 10:00
Nov. 16 at Ridgeview 7:00
Nov. 23 at Middleburg 6:30
Nov. 30 WOLFSON 6:30
Dec. 1 CHARLTON COUNTY, Ga; 6:30,
Dec. 7 at Terry Parker Quad TBA
Dec. 9-10 at Baker County tournament TBA
Dec. 16-17 at Camden County tournament
Jan. 6-7 at Valdosta tournament TBA
Jan. 13-14at Flagler tournament TBA
Jan. 17 CHARLTON COUNTY, Ga. 6:30.
Jan. 21 at Middleburg tournament TBA
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Nw. 9-10 Tip-Off Classic at Englewood 6:00
Nov. 15 at Forrest* 5:30/7
Nov. 17 at Andrew Jackson* 6/7:30
Nov. 21 at Hilliard 5:30/7
Nov. 22 FIRST COAST 6/7:30,
Nov. 29 WEST NASSAU 5:30/7
'Dec.1 at Providence 6/7:30
Dec. 6 PAXON* 5/6:30
Dec. 8 at Raines*. 5:30/7
Dec. 14 STANTON* 6/7:30
Dec. 19-20 ISLAND INVITATIONAL TBA
Jan. 5 HILLIARD. 5:30/7
Jan. 6 at Baker County 6/7:30
Jan. 17 at West Nassau 5:30/7
Jan. 20 at Bishop Kenny* 6/7:30
Jan. 21 ED WHITE
Jan. 24 at First Coast
Jan. 27 BAKER COUNTY
Jan. 31 -Feb. 4 District tournament
* District games
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Nov. 15-18TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT 7:30
Nov. 22 at Jackson* 6/7:30
Nov. 25 WEST NASSAU 6/7:30
Nov. 29 at Orange Park 6/7:30
Dec. 2 FORREST* 6/7:30
Dec. 3 BAKER COUNTY 6/7:30
Dec. 9 BOLLES 6/7:30
Dec. 13 STANTON* 6/7:30
Dec. 16-17 J.T. SMITH TOURNAMENT7:30/TBA
*Dec. 29-31 at Baker County tournament TBA,
Jan. 3 at Raines* 6/7:30
Jan. 6 BISHOP KENNY*, 6/7:30
Jan. 7 at West Nassau 6/7:30
Jan. 10 at Stanton 6/7:30
Jan. 13 PAXON* 6/7:30
Jan. 17 at University Christian 6/7:30
Jan. 19 ORANGE PARK 6/7:30
Jan. 20 at Bolles 6/7:30
Jan. 26 at Baker County 6/7:30
Jan. 27 at' Bishop Kenny 6/7:30
Jan. 31 UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN 6/7:30
Feb. 2 at Middleburg : 6/7:30
Feb. 4 at Bartram Trail 6/7:30
Feb. 7, 10-11 District at Forrest TBA
* District game for seeding
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Girls Soccer
Nov. 1 ANDREW JACKSON* 6:00
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Nov. 3 SANDALWOOD 6:00
Nov. 5 at Bolles 1:00
Nov. 8 at Stanton; 7:20
Nov. 9 at First Coast 6:00
Nov. 14 at Paxon* 6:00
Nov. 18 at Forrest* 5:30
Nov. 22 BISHOP KENNY* 6:00
Nov. 30 MANDARIN 6:00
Dec. 2 at Providence 6:00
Dec. 5 at Andrew Jackson* 6:00
Dec. 7 at Ed White 6:00
Dec. 9 BISHOP SNYDER 6:0G
Dec. 12 PAXON* 5:30
Dec. 14 FORREST* 5:30
Dec. 15 STANTON* 6:00
Jan. 4 at Bishop Kenny*' 6:00
Jan:5 atSandalwood 6:00
Jan. 7 at Orange Park 7:00
-Jan. 9 BOLLES 6:00
Jan. 11 COLUMBIA 6:00
Jan. 12 PROVIDENCE (senior night) 6:00
Jan. 17-20 District at Paxoh TBA
* District games
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Boys Soccer
Nov. 4 JVNARSITY SCRIMMAGE 7;20
Nov. 8 at Providence 7:20
Nov. 10 ARLINGTON COUNTRY DAY 7:20
-Nov. 14 JACKSON* 6:00
Nov. 15 at Episcopal 7:20
Nov. 18 at Forrest* 7:20
Nov. 22 at Bishop Kenny* 7:20
Nov. 28 at Terry Parker 7:20
Nov. 30 at Paxon* 7:20
'Dec. 2 FIRST COAST 7:20
Dec. 5 at Englewood 7:20
Dec. 7 PAXON*
Dec. 9 at Stanton*
Dec. 12 ARLINGTON COUNTRY DAY
Dec. 14 FORREST*
Dec. 16 at Bolles
Jan. 3 at Ed White
Jan. 4 SANDALWOOD
Jan. 6 STANTON*
Jan. 9 at Jackson*
Jan. 10 BISHOP KENNY*
Jan. 13 at Trinity Christian
Jan. 17 at Bartram.Trail
Jan. 20 PROVIDENCE (senior night)
Jan. 23-27 District at Bishop Kenny
* District games
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Junior Varsity Boys Soccer
Nov. 4 JVNARSITY 7:20
Nov. 15 at Episcopal 5:30
Nov. 17 at.Wolfson-, 5:30
Nov. 22 at Bishop Kenny 5:30
Nov. 28 at Terry Parker 5:30
Nov. 30 at Paxon .5:30
Dec. 5 at Englewood 5:30'
Dec. 7 PAXON ., 5:30
Dec. 9 at Stanton 5:30
Dec. 16 at Bolles 5:30
Jan. 3 at Ed White 5:30
Jan. 4 SANDALWOOD 5:30
Jan. 6 STANTON 5:30
Jan. 10 BISHOP KENNY 5:30
Jan. 11 EPISCOPAL : 7:30
Jan. 17' at Bartram Trail 5:30
Jan. 20 WOLFSON 5:30
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IV Pirates blank
Baker Wildcats 6-0
Cap season Thursday at Nease
Fernandina Beach High
School's junior varsity football
team hosted Baker County
Thursday and the Pirates treated
their guests to a 6-0 shutout
Dewayne Peterson had 19 car-
ries for 88 yards and the lone
touchdown to lead the Pirate
offense. Spencer Soward had 26
yards on nine carries. Peterson
also had 36 yards on two returns.
Emory Wingard was 2-for-12
for 39 yards passing. Peter Davito
caught both passes.
Max Shaw averaged 36 yards
on three punts for the Pirates.
On defense, Gio Morillo had a
pair of solo tackles. 10 assists and
a quarterback sack. Michael Yonn
had four solo and five assists.
Tashawn Williams recorded two
QB sacks and six assists. Blake
Willis had a solo, two assists and
three sacks. Jared Carter and
Peterson were credited with three
assists and a sack apiece. 'Vince
Salucci had two solo and two
assists. Chris Kremler and Daniel
Brown had three assists each.
Soward had a solo and assist Troy
Stubits had a sack, Kyle Owens
had an assist, and Davito had an
interception. Geoff Clift recovered
The Pirates cap the season
Thursday at Nease at 7 p.m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
REGISTRATIOPI Ss'SrEM?,S. INC
AS NOMINEE OF IVAN'JHOE
EEWAYNE EDWARD TuCKER
AND KELLY ANNE TUCKER.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE 13 HERE, GIVEN
pursuant to on Oraer
rescned.lng foreclosure sale
dated OctoDei 10. 2005.
entered in Civil Ca:e No 05-
CA-102 o ine Circuit Court
of fne 4th Judicial Circuit In
and tor Nassau County.
Floridao, wherein MORTGAGE
SYSTEMS. irKC AS NOMINEE OF
IVANHOE FINANCIAL INC.
Plaintiff and DEWAYNE
EDWARD TUCKER AND KELLY'
ANNE TUCKER. HIS WIFE ars,
defenoarnt(s). I will 's1 to tne
hignesi ara oest bidder for
cah.Ai THE MAIN ENTRANCE
OF THE NASSAU COUNtr
JUDICIAL ANNEX LOCATED AT
76347 VETERANS WA., ILILEE
FLORIDA. .32097 AT 1I 0 A M
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ALL THAT CERTAIN LOI.
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
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STATE OF FLORIDA BEING
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
A PORTION OF SECTION
: 28, TOWNSHIP 2 Ni:ORRTH
RANGE 27 EAST N.ASAUL
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TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
FOR A POINT OF REFER-
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POINT WHERE THE NORTH LINE
OF SAID SECTION IS INTER-
SECTED BY THE CENTERLINE
OF INTERSIATIE HIGHWAY, '
NUMBER 1-95 (A 300 FOOT
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Register for spring soccer
Amelia Island Youth Soccer
will hold spring registration from
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 29 at the
Ybor Alvarez soccer field on
Bailey Road. Registration will.
also be held from 6:30-9 p.m.'
Nov. 10, Nov. 15 and Jan. 5 and
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 7 at
the Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Fees are $160 for spring and
fall for the first child, $150 for the
second child and $140 for the
third child. Fees for fall or spring
only are $85 for the first child,
$80 for the second and $75 for
the third. Fees for classic teams
or above are $180 for the first
child for both seasons, $170 for
the second child and $160 for the
third child. Fees for fall or spring
only are $95 for the first child,
$90 for the second and $85 for
Once teams are filled, all oth-
ers will be placed on a waiting
list. Registration will not be com-
plete until all forms are complet-
ed, fee is paid and in the club's
possession. Contact Raquel at
City tennis tourney slated
The City of Fernandina Beach
Tennis Tournament is slated for
Florida Regional Campus
4950 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 300, Tampa
S..... ... National'Louis- ."
888.NLU.TODAY (658.8632) www.nl.edu
Nov. 4-6 for men's and women's
singles and Nov. 11-13 formen's
and women's doubles at the
Central Park courts.
Divisions are 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0,
4.5 and open for men's and
women's singles and doubles.
There will be a consolation round
for all divisions. Format is two out
of three sets, add scoring and 12-
Entry fee is $20 per person for
singles and $15 per person for
doubles. Players can pay $35 per
person for two events. Fee
includes player party, T-shirt and
raffle. The player party is sched-
uled for noon to 3 p.m. Nov. 12.
Completed entry forms are
due Nov. 1 for singles and Nov. 8
for doubles. Starting times will be
available Nov. 3 and Nov. 10,
For information, contact the
Femandina Beach Parks &
Recreation Department at 277-
First Baptist Church of
Callahan will be hosting its third
.season of Upward Basketball this
year. Registration for this com-
munity-wide basketball league
and cheerleading for kinder-
garten through eighth grade chil-
dren is going on now.
,PRegistratjon forms,;arjB,aya'IA ,
at Callahan and Hilliard-areaeler-
mentary and middle schools and
the church office. The $60 bas-
ketball and $70 cheerleading reg-
istration fees include basketball
shorts, jerseys, mock turtlenecks
for cheerleaders, individual
awards after each practice and
game, end-of-the-year award and
more. Children are guaranteed
equal playing time, separate
leagues for boys and girls, one-
hour weekly practices and one-
hour games on Saturdays
throughout the eight-week sea-
Everyone must attend one
basketball evaluation or cheer-
leading sign-up; kindergarten
through eighth grade boys and
girls Nov. 1, 3 and 8 between
5:30 and 7:30 p.m. in the FBS
Family Life Center. The 2005-6
season practices will begin the
week of Nov. 29 and the first
game will be held Jan. 7, 2006.
Don't delay; a late fee of $15 will
be assessed after Oct. 24.
For information, call the
church office at (904) 879-2172
or visit the church anytime
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday to regis-
FCCJ daywith the Jaguars
Nov. 6 is Florida Community
College Day at Alltel Stadium.
Special ticket pricing, from $42-
$92, includes game ticket for the
game between the Jaguars and
Quarterback Club regular
meetings are scheduled every
Monday evening during the foot-
ball season. All meetings are held
at 6:30 p.m. at the Fernandina
Beach High School media center
(library). FBHS Coach Ed Brown
will discuss the previous game.
Refreshments will be provided.
The next executive board
meeting will be held at 7 p.m.
Nov. 1 at Spanky's. Visit
the Texans and a pre-game tail- Special lympics
gate party with $10 from each Special Olympics Florida-
ticket going toward student schol- Nassau County has been chosen
arships. Pre-game tailgate event to host the 2006 Area Summer
for supporters, alumni, faculty, Games on March 18 from 9 a.m.
staff and students will be held to 4 p.m. at the Fernandina
inside the gates of the stadium; Beach High School stadium. The
attendees must have or purchase competition includes 600-800
game ticket. The party is from 11 athletes from eight surrounding
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with kickoff at counties, competing in track and
1 p.m. field events such as the 25 meter,
Season ticket holders can pur- 50 meter, 100 meter, 200 meter
chase tickets to the tailgate party walk and run, running and stand-
through the Florida Community ing long jump, softball throw,
College Artist Series Box Office shotput, a 30-meter motorized
for $20. To order tickets on-line, wheelchair slalom, cycling, tennis
visit www.jaguars.com/ontix and and more.
use offer code FCCJ. Call The host committee has been
(904)632-3239. working to organize this event
since July and is looking for help.
Georgia-Florida softball An estimated 1,000-1,200 volun-
Th. Georgia .Florida., teers will be needed. This com-
Charity Softball G mewill be "titib isthe second step for the
held Oct. 28 at the Baseball athletes to earn their way to the
nheld Oct. 28 at the Baseball state games in April at the
Grounds of Jacksonville. First University of South Florida.
pitch is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are ContactBob Hinton at 225-
$5 and proceeds benefit the 8600 or e-mail him at bobsonas
Arthritis Foundation, Bulldog Club firstname.lastname@example.org.
and Gator Club Scholarship email@example.com.
, nrie There will he noamo
I UllUi, I Igr Iu I l ellg I ,
prizes, special guests, clowns,
food and fun for the whole family.
Call (904) 353-5770 for infor-
Festival in Yulee
A one-day festival will be held
Dec. 3 at the Yulee Sports
Complex. The festival will offer
food, arts and crafts from local
charitable organizations, live
entertainment from local celebri-
ties and a kids zone.
If your organization would like
the opportunity to benefit from
the event, contact Connie at 225-
2516 or Tim at 225-2045.
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YMCA dance passes
The McArthur Family YMCA
will offer a youth dance program
through Dec. 22. A minimum of
four participants and maximum of
12 per class. Contact the YMCA
at 261-1080 for information.
Creative Movement is for
those energetic 3- and 4-year-
olds. The class is offered
Tuesday mornings from 9:30-
10:15 a.m. Acro/tumbling is gym-
nastics without equipment. The
class is held Tuesdays from 4-5
p.m. for ages 5-10. Jazz and hip
hop classes will teach technique
and the latest movements and
are offered Mondays from 4-5
p.m. for ages 8-10. Beginner
dance introduces students to
beginner ballet and jazz tech-
nique. This class is offered
Thursday from 4-5 p.m. for ages
5-7. Cheer/tumbling: This class
will focus on individual motions,
jumps and cheering. It is offered
Thursday from 7:30- 8:30 p.m.
for ages 8-12.
Y Yoga's weekend Warrior
series this month is a kayak
adventure on the intracoastal
waterway. It includes a kayak trip,
yoga session on a sand bar and
a gourmet lunch. Cost is $60 and
will start at 9 a.m. Oct. 23. It is
open to even the beginner kayak-
er. Two-seated kayaks are avail-
Y Yoga offers a stretch class
at 8 a.m. Wednesday and a ball
and core class that follows at 9
Hot yoga sessions are at 7
p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
The class session is about an
hour and a half.
Y Yoga offers a senior citizen
rate and a student rate for all
* classes offered. Call 415-9642.
The Amelia Island Bulldog
Tailgate & Social Club will be
meeting at 5:30 p.m. every
Thursday at Spanky's before a
scheduled University of Georgia
football game. The club also
meets to watch the televised
games on Saturdays..,..'
Anyone with tickets or need-
ing tickets for Georgia games,
can contact the club.
Contact Mary Obenauf at
.(904) 687-0864 or e-mail tailgate
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19.2005 / NEs LEADER 7B
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THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Fiorico 32399.30(0 within rean 2005 the following described
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR dais owner me deadline ori fil- property as set, forth In said
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CASE NO. 05-955-DR aco.e Choosing mediation wit:
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before November 22. 2005. theDepanrtmentrr mu enter a John A Crawfoora
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Suomerged Laor.a Aumcriza- Departrent unless a oernmon IN RE ESTATE OF
lion (Permit No. 45-157970- (or request for mueolarIon) is FELiON COLE STEvERSON
C03-ES) to James F & Jaonei F flied In accordance with me Deceasae
Flnn. 105 Long Poinr Drive, abo..e Upon the Tirrely filing NOTICE TO CREDITOCSS
Amelia Islana. FL 32034 Tnis or a pertit.n (or request for ne oarnir.lstrarTin of rne
projecTISTOconstruciapprox, mealraton) rris oraer will nor esilde or Feiron Core
imarteiy 25 linear teel or bulk- De effect .eunrII rur-ter .rder Sxevearon eceaoe. Ae,'nc.S
reaa including a 62-fool of rre Department awe ofa eatr was Decem-ner
wring-wail TO oe loc1lea on Anyporrv e orhecraerc rho 23. 2003 and whnoe Social
thenorth ildeofthe nTrurure the right ro seek ludicial Security Numoer is 25636
ana a 37-fooT wing-wall on ilezew or rre order unari sacc- 3025 ii penaing In the Circuir
rie sournern roerrTy line Tne tnon 120.68 of ime Fioaria Court ror Duval Counr,
buisn-ead wil have o -heig- atof SiatuTes. Dy rhe filing of a Florida. Probate Division tr.e
aooroximately 6 fewer ana c-e notice of appeal under rule aoareis of whricn Is 191
placed 7 reel Ianawara of 9 110 or rme Florica Rules of Na.ssau Place.',ulee. FL 32097
ine Mean HIgr. Waler Line Appelate Pioceaure with rre The nomes and a aresses of
(MIHWL) or me Amelia Rrver Fill Clerk of the Departmenr in me personal repieienltaive
will be placea ,ernin- mine me Office ol General and the personal represen-
DulkneaO to bring me area Counsel. 3900 active's artomney are set form
to a o fl grade. Continuous Commonweaolm Boulevard. aelow.
conceree rprap will De Mail Sration 35. Tallaraissee. Aln creartno of the dece-
placed or a 2 i slope icoler- Florida 32399-3000 na Dy fli- dent ana omer persons haov-
wora of rne buiknead Trris Ing a copy of me notice or Ing claims or aemands
projecr is located oat i15Long appeal accompanied Dy me against aeceaent's es-are on
Point Drt,s. Ferrnaranora Beacn applicable finng iee with the wnom a copy of This notice
onthe-AmeliaRI.er.a clas ii all ppropriate alstrici court of hos o-aeen srvea mustliAe meir
waleroody in Sectcrlon,,0. appeal Tne nonce ol appeal claims witm mis court WITHIN
lownsnip 06 North. Range 29 mun be filed wimin 30 aays THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Eosr oat Lanluae 303i A ntram mre aote wher.n ne final THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
LongiTude 81F27 03" order is .ile wit the Clerk of CATION OF THiS NONlCE OR
ine Depanment's pro- me Deopartment 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
posea agency acllon snai I i 0-19-2005 SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
become fnal unless a timely 4662 NOTICE ON THEM
petiton for an aairinisTr c, All otrer creators of me
nearing Is Tiled ur.'Oer ecTirons NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING deceden oano other persons
120 569 ana 120 57 or me ON THE ADOPTION OF having claims or demands
Flrilda SITrules before me AMENDMENTTO THE 2010 against decedent's esTate
aeoadine rort ing a pennition COMPREHENSIVE PLAN must file tnme claims witl this
nThe procedures for pennion- ine Boara of Cour.y counrtWITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
ing f:or a hearing sel forth Commrrissioners propom:,C to THE DATE OF THE FIRST PuBU-
Delow aaci an orainance regara- CATION OF THIS NOTICE
A person who-e subnaon- ng an amendment to tre ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
nal Interesis are a rciea edy Tuture aona use mao series for WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
the DeparIT-ertI s proposed the 2010 comprehensive FORTH IN SECTION 733 702 OF
earmritting ec.ioor may pe.n- plan. more specifically. i,e THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
nor, Ir an administrarive pro- propo-ea Amenamenl No WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
ce edirlngr.eonrg) under sec- CPA05-002 filea, Dy Anthony NOTWITHSTANDING IHE
nons 1'20 5o9 ana 120 5-1 RobDirn on Deholt of proper- TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
Mne Fioria-3 Slarues rnepen. r, .nvers JJonnn, L Dudie,' ABOVEAN/'CLAIMTFILEDTWO
ic.n miusi contain nae inior- Danirel P Dudies and Gary L (2) 'EARS OR MORE AFTERTHE
motion ei f.:.rrr. Oel-w ana. Duale' io reci:sir, proper5 DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH iS
mui,' C ile (receeif.a.Otr.e o r,I)e Et.tuLI Lona se a.lD, o B3 RED ..
cre-l) rin -e C'.:e or,'eeraai ar, ,M.' .LIT "L, to HIGHiDEN.. -,Oi "T.r6e dalr ol-r piU"lIc.'-
Cad'to! tr.i'e' 'dfnrtent ''fl' fTESfrA IAAL for apprlIirN 9i4f(?|l ijiINp"rf)
at 3900 Comrr.or.weailth r morel3 37'acre, Tre prop-' i' 2005
Boule,. ra Mail Siln-.n 3 .. err, i Iocated or. rne .ir-m Personal Represenrtative
lariianaszee Florida 323?9. liae of Cneaer Road juIl jimmIDewayneCreiwl
3000 norn of A1A/SR200 ',ulee PO Box 2291
Prrioric mrrusti l nflea Wi'- Oiea Yulue. FL 32'041
In fourteen (1-I) ca',S of Ine The amendment I: a.adll- Anorney for Personal
cale of puctllcaolon Co mti: able for ,pujic insiecticna o Represernrtive
Notice rn-e Clerk 5 Office. locate at Law Offices of
The petinor.er shaii mail a 763,d? '/eeran Way. ''ulee. COOKE & MEuX. PA
copy of Ine petihon ito Te Florida 32007. Monaay Joseor Clay Meu- Jri
applicorant a o me aress inal- througn Fridaay. 830 AM to 5 00 Floria Bar No 041114
caredoacoveortTreftimeT.offil- PM and at the Grown A Hamilton Cooke
ng rnThe roiure or on, person Management Department. Fionrda Bar No 110767
0 Tle a petironor reque-n or 961 TONassau Place '.ulee. 1301 Riveralace Boulevara.
mealatron within me aporo- Florida 32097 Monaoy Suite 2254
priale inme cenca shall con- through Friacr 800AM ro500 Jacksiomlte. Florida 32207-
CsiruTe a waiver of mat per- PM 9036
son's right to reauei on A public earningg to oaopt Telepnone (904) 396-6101
oaministrarr.e determinanon me Amenamenr will De nela Facsimile (90412) 399-1030
(nearing) under secriorn on MonaaoOcrooer 24 2005 2t 10-19.26-2005
120.569 and 12057 or mte at 700PM at nmeCommiaslon 4655
Florlao StotuTes Any su.be- Chamber., Nosiou County -
queni Inienri-rTon (in a pro- Governmental Complex. ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
ceealnginrioreaDyaornomer 9o135 Nassau Fiace. 'uiee MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
parry) will De only aTr the al- Fio.laa 32097 GIVES WRITTEN NOTICE
crenon of me predding orf- The public is lnvned mI be OF INTENDED DISTRICT
cer upon me irg of a motion present ana be neora. if a DECISION
in compliance witn Rule 26- person decides o appeal Tie Dlistriciglies nonce or
106.205 of ine Florica any decision made by the its inten 10o Issue a permit to
Administrative Code Boara. agency aor commission me following appilcoran(s) on
A petaIlon that dispute, Inae wiTh respect to anv maner Novemoer 8.2005
material focrt on which me cornlaerea at such meeting Amelia National LLC. 13400
Department 5 acrn I.-: tbaed or hearing ne/rTe will need a Sutton Park Drive South.
must contain the following record of Inme proceedings Jacksonville. FL 32224. appi-
Information and mon for such purpose action #4-089-65409-10 r Te
(a) The name. address may neea to ensure mat a project I locate in Noisou
and telephone number or ,.ercarlm record of The pro- County. Sections 26. 27 29 S
eacr, pentitioner. rne ceedings Is mrade. which 30. Townsnlo02 Nonn Range
Departmerrt permit idenrlfil record include; the evidence 28 East The ERP application is
cation number and ir, cour- ona lre-Timony upon whicn tor mooailcation to the prea.i-
Ty in wnich me subject rrot er me appeal is lo D based ously Issuea sunace water
or on: crdity Is locarea Inail.Ouals imtal dabiliTes management perrmrl(s) for onr
(D) A sroiterent or now neealing a reasonable 876-acre development
ana wrenr. eacn petliloner occommodaioin In order 10o known as Amelia National
recealed notice of he participate in te program or LLC. Phases 1B & IC Ine
Department acnron aclirity should contacr the receiving woaerbod,y Ioan-site
(c) A itaremenr of how of-.:e cri.te E<-O01clo Clerk at wetlands
each peritioner's substantial (904) 548-4660 or 1-800-955- The file(s) containing each
Interests are erected b, the 87?.0 (v) or 1-800-955-877i .,f the abo.e-lteal applica-
Deparrmeni action O"DD) at leaasr e.enry trwo lion(s) are ao.ailable for
(a) A stolaement or the hours in odsaonce I,: rejuesf Inspection M.:.naov t,.rougri
matenai rocrs aliepuleo b',' re s.ucr o:ccommoaaron Friday evcepl for legal holl-
peiltloner. I on,'. BOARD OF COUNTY adoss 800am To5 00 pm oa
(e) A s-taiement of roios COr.rvMISSIONERS me Sr Johns RI.er Waorer
hmat the permoner coniends I NA'SSAU COUNT' FLORIDA Management Disrict
waronanreveriaol or mr,:aIica- Arnsley N A,:ree CHAIRMAN Heodquoarers or the oppro.
non ol the Depanment ATTEST priarte Service Center The
action Jonn A Ciro.fora Districl will lake ocinon .on
(0 A staTlemenr of which EX OFFiCIO CLERK each ermi oppicisoniuied
rules or sratuies ne pentioner 21 10-12-19-2005 able unres*o cetnilor. or an
ccmeras require reers.ol or 4-649 admlnliroirie proceealng
moaIlcation of me --- hearing ) is fired PursuanT TO
Depanrment action and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF rhe proviions of Sec olr-s
(g) A saroemenl of rhe THE 16TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, 120 569 and 12057. Florldoa
reier iougrt cv the pehtlroner IN AND FOR NASSAU STOarutes Cnhapter 28-106 anr.
stating precisely the action COUNTY, FLORIDA 40C.I.i007. Flronaa
thai me pennoner wants the GENERAL JURISDICTION Administraft .e Code (FA C.)
Departonmen ro take DIVISION .A person whose :ubsron-
A petitIon that does nor CASE NO: 05-CA-30I-DIV. A tial inrrerests are oateciea DV
alIsute tme matenas tfacts on WACHOVIA BANK OF an of the District's proposed
wnicn the Department s DELAWARE. NATIONAL ASSO- pem'ining decisions Identiea
acti'nO obaseo shodsnoe Tmat ClArON F/K/A FIRST UNION ODcove' ma penman Ior an
no such facit are dliputea NATIONAL BANK OF oaaminisratlve nearing in
and otherwise snall conTainr. DELAWARE SUCCESSOR B' oaccoraonce wirr, Secrlons
Ine same information os ser TERGER 10 FIRST UNION 120 569ana 12057 FS.ora ii
torm obove. as require by BANK OF DELAWARE-SUC. parties may reach o written
rule 28-106 301 CESSOR BY MERGER TO FIRST agreement on mealaton as
Because me aodmilstrro- UNION HCME EQUiT' BANK. on oaternative remedy under
five hearing plocess is NA Secllon 120 573 Cnoosing
designed ro lormulrte mnal PLAINTIFF meaiatlion will nor aovers.ei
agency ac lon rne filing atof a VS offec e rigr.r to a hearing if
Detitionr means That mne INEZ J JOHNSON IF LIUvING. meaIation aoes noia re-suli in a
Department s final ocPion AND IF DEAD. THE setrtlemenT The procedures.
moay De diherer, nrom me UNKNOWN SPOUSE. HEIRS. tor purEulng mediation oare set
position toKen Dy It in Ihls DEVISEES GRANTEES. rornn in Secrion 120573. FS.
nohce Percons wnose sub- ASSIGNEES uENORS.CREDI- and Rules 28- 106 i Ii ona
s ontia interets-win De afice,- TORS TRUSTEES AND ALL 28 106b401- 40O. FA C Pentitions
ea b; an; such final ecislon OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING must comply wilh me
of me Department naoe me AN INTEREST BY. THROUGH requirements or Florida
ngnr to peTition to t come a jUNDER OR AGAINST INEZ J Aaministra-rfie Cooe Cr.optei
part' to10 re proceeding in JOHNSON UNKNOWN 28-106 and ce filed wirn
accordance with me leauire- SPOUSE OF INEZ J JOHN- (received by) tr-e Distrlc i
nerts ser fortn nboe SON IF AN', JOHN DOE Clerk located at Distinc
in aaamorn ro requesting AND JANE DOE AS Heaaauorters, 4049 Reid
on adminCtar;a.neoring on, UNKNOWN TENANiS IN POS- Street ParOrko Florida 32i 7"
petrioner mrcy3 elect to pursue SESSION Petitions for adminlsirati,.e
mediation The election ma, DEFENDANI(S) nearing on me aboc..e appil-
pe occomplihea b, filrig NOTICE OF FORECLOSUPE cation(s) must De filea wilmln
,nim me Deparrr.eri a rneadi SALE tvwenr,,.ne (21) davs of puD-
ation agreement mall par NOTICE IS HEREB,' GIVEN IIcation of mis notice or wimn-.
ties to me proceeaing (I e ursualnt to a Summary Final In rwenty-si (26) ao,s or me
the OPlicanl, the Judgment of Foreclosure District aepositing notice of
Department .and any person ateae OctoDer 4 2005 this inlent in the mail for Trose
wno nos flied a timely and entered in Civil Case JNo 05- persons 10 whom thme Distric
sufficient petition ior a hear- CA-302-DIV a of the Circuit mailisactuaonotice Failure ro
ing ) Ine ogreemeni must Coun of the 16IH Judicial file a petition within this time
contain il ine information Circuit in ana for NASSAU perloo nalliconstituleawar,-
required cI rule 28.106 404 Country ilee Florida I will sell er of ony rigr.t such person
Tne agreement must Doe I the highest o an Dest bIo- mov have 10 request ano
received 0; me clerk in me der for coan Ine NASSAU oaministrati-e detlemination
Office or General Counsel ot Count, Courthouse locate nearingg) under Sections
the Departmen at 3900 of '634' Veterans Wov In 1201. 9ond )2057 FS.con-
Commonwealth Boulevard Vulee Florida tof 11 30 am cerning The su.lecl permit
application. Petitions which
are pot filed In accordance
with the above provisions are
s' jbieci 10o aIsi.:al
Because tme ajiminlisra
nie nearing process l
aesignea ro iormuiale fina
agency action. in, flung o a
peitriin meaons me Disrinci'
fir.i acnon mar oDe amIeen
rom Tme Dosion lakenr, by' T i
rmis notice or intend Perion'
whose ;uPctannal intere-Ts wil
D offaected Dr anv SUCh final
decision or the DistricI or. me
applicant oa,.e re rigni Io
Become O pan',c ro me pro-
cee:ilng in accoraaonce wrt
ine requirements e i onr
Giorlna Lewis Director
DrvisiIon or Pernmit Dora
St Jonn PRier Water
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
File No.: 05-CP-176
I RE ETfAIE OF
GEORGE EDW-RD BAfRR,
NOTICE TO CREOiDTOrS
Tne aamirnisnaltracn .:r mr
esarfe oI GEORGE EDWA. ?C
BARR'. aeceaoea. .,hos.:e
date of aeam wOa Apri 19.
2005 File Number 5-CP-1 76.
is pending Irn e Circun Cojrlt
for Nassau Counr/,. Florida
Proaole Divislon Tre o ao re
or wnicn i PO Bo- J.56
Ferorodina Beach FI.:.rlao
32035-C0Jl6 ire naorme oand
oorestse of me as-T.r-o rep-
re-.enioti .e aor, tnre pe sna
repre:enrnaT.-e saTo mrne are
-t form rr lo.v
Aim creaioi' cr Ine dec-e
err ar.a orr.r persons h-a.
ing claims ,:-r aemar.a.
agai-,nst aeceaent 5 eArate
on .hormi a .cop cf ri i:
nornce i': required eI. D
.er.ea mulm 1ile ineir cl-aiiT
wirn hini roun WilHiN THE
L5TER'TF ? ,rjrjTHS iTE THE
ir.lE OF THE FIPiT PUBLIC
CAilON OF THIS NOTICE CR
30 D '.S AFTER THE DATE OFi
SER-mICE OF A COF CF tHl -
NOTICE 'ONl1 HEM1
All otrer creaoiir-; ,.i ,In
aeceaer ani o r Oer persc.n:
having claims or ernar.n:
against aecedeni e-.Iore
must file relir claims a tr,- mi
counr WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTERi
THE DATE OF THE FliRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS S4ET
FORTH IN SECIlON.733 702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE. AN' CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) /EARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT S DATE OF DEATH c
Tre date of fist pubnlca
non af tmis Nonce ii Oclocer
RichardI M Wr.ne. Jr
AnTorney for Personloi
Florida Bar No 20330)3
Hayaen & Facciolo. PA
1551 South i.1m Street. Sure
Amelia island Fionrda 32034
Telephone (904) 491-7,47
RUTH S BARR.',
96-258 Ovyser Bay Drive *
Fernonaina Beacn Florida
INTHCIIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Case s: 05-CA-252
BANK OF AMERICA N A
CHARLES E HAAS. JR AND
ANGELA. M HAAS HIS WIFE
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POS-
SESSION lI UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES IN POSSESSION 2 IF U/-.
ING. AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING B.
THROuGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
POT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR AuVE. WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MA.
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES HEIRS. DEwISEES
GRANTEES OR OTHER
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEPEB. Gnr.EN
pursuant r on Or-aer ol final
Juagmenr or Foreciolure
darea SeptemDer o. 2005.
enlereOd in Cii Case No 05-
CA-252 of tne CircuiT Courn of
mne 4m Judicial Circuit in 3ar-a
ror Nassau Cournt, Florida.
wherein BANK COF AMERICA.
N A. Painurr and CHARLES C
HAAS JR AND ANGELA M
HA.AS. HIS WIFE are aefen-
aoni(s) I will sell to the nlgr,he
onr a bes bidder for cai. AT
THE MAIN ENTRjAN-E OF HE
NASSAU COUNT/ JUDICIAL
ANNEX LOCATED AT '634-
VETERANS WA'. 'ULEE FLOCRI
DA 32097 AT 1i 30 AM .j or
November 14 2005 mr-e Ic.l-
lo'wing aescirDed properi/ as
sel fortr. in sald Final
LOT 16 BLOCK 1 '.uI.EE
HEIGHTS ACCORDING TO IHE
PLAT BOOK 3 F^.GES P' AND
47A CF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF NASSAI. COIjNT, FLC.,II.
DATED at 'ULEE Fioraa trj T
12nT ado of Octocer 200S.
JOHN A CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Naioau CounrT F1orao
B, /l1 Heart-er Sea.gra-.es.
ATIORNE' 1 FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHIMATl J
77 YVAMATO RD
BOCA RATON FLC, GIDA
STATE OF FLORIDA *
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO FIND THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NOT
DOCKET NO. 05-1 -NOI-4501 -
Tre Depanmer.r gi.e's
notice of its inleni ic tin- Tre
Comprenersi..e Plan i-r-
lNassau County adcopea c.v
Oairnance No(s) 205.64a ona
2005-65 on August 22. 2[05
NOT IN COMPLIANCE Dur-
suanT 1o Sections 1633i84
-nd 1633189 FS
The adopted Nao.au
County Corrprer.enii.e Plan
tre Depaort-enr Objeclorns
Commenii Report. (n ony)
and mIne Department s
STatementr or intreni 10 Fin
me Comprer-erive Plan Nor
In ComDliance will e 0i,1-.
able for public inspection
Monday Ihrougn Friday.
except ion legal r.cndows our.
Ing normal business nhur,. a31
mhe Nassau Count, Growin
96161 Nossau Place 'ulee
This Notice dl inleni and
the Slolement or intent ior
rme Comprenensr,,e Plan
round Nor In CompDilOance will
h .e or.,.ardea D, permrti.-, to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA, INC.,.a
S -r.e Dr.,ilOn .or A.3mr..r.rtT.ve THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Florida non-profit corpora-
a Hearings (DOAH) of the AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, flons PAGE HILL OWNERS
Dep.r.xTenr ,o Manag3.Te-nt 'FLORIDA ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida
SerI,ice.- ..r Ire scr.eauli.r.gor CIVIL DIVISION non-profit corporation;
n nAd.Tintsrranre Heoairgur. CASE NO.: 2005-CA-330 UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POS-
S ,jan mto Se.n.--:,n;i 200 69arao THE BANK OF NEWYORK, AS SESSION, IF ANY,
120 57. F S rne purpo t of nrme TRUSTEE FORTHE HOLDERS Defendants.
o admiir.lmot.ine rneaiirg will be OF THE EQCC ASSET BACKED NOTICE OF SALE
I lopreenrv.-enceanor,3ie- CEITIFICAFES SERIES 2001 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
n InTiTn,' on tre noncornpil Pilainntf Trioi ,ursuant to SurnImarv
s Once isSues aillegd by Ire Firnal Judgment of Mortgage
I Depa.tn-meni in rr- Oiecnor-s TON r MICHAEL NAIL icR Foieclosue acnea OcioDer
i Re-ommer.aacion'. anoa /K/A TON,' MICHAEL NAIL 4 2005 In Trre oc-.'e-cap-
Commernli Re-onrr ana ela nonea cauOe. I Aill ise'i mTne
Starterrent .: irer.ien b order to Deiernaoar nigr.es oand Dest colaaer foi
.secure a recoTrnmeir nea NOTICE OF ACTION c.ajn at the Nassau Counry
. Order ior rorTaraing to 10. Jujilcial Ar.nex locate or
Aamninlriati.e C.:mmiT,;ioh. WEND,.POOR l E '0,? Veerians WayO. 'uee
Anreclcl pe-r.on;r ms LAST KNOWN ADDIE',S N3;SauCounr,.FIcrida 32007,
petrilor, to inter.'er.e In mis 1803 itTTfRERR STREEI ati 1 30 A M Co.n t,-e 3mtrday
proceeding A perionri for WArC.ROSS.GA 3i5i or NovemDer 2005. the r1o.
iniervennon TnI-i C'e e ea 31 'J AARE NOTIFIED that an ic-ing ae:cricea property. .s
leas1 twenr, (21l) daro D'cere ac 3ion icr Foreciloure of ,se irrtr., In said Sumimary Firnal
inme final hearing ana rn.mum .iongage on TIe loiiowing Juagmeni or Mongage
include all c.riTrne InformaTioCn de:':r.me-a prper,T Foreciosure, io-wii
ona Conier.r- aes'i,-ea in TRACT 51 BLOCK i. LOT Si OF PAGE HILL UNIT
uniform iule 25- i00o :5 F AC s HFFIEL O.IILLAGE ACCORD- THREE according ic. me Plat
Pursuant to i -63 :'.160(0' FS INE iC -THE PLAT THEREOF mere.-r ae icor-aeo in Plot
no necA isuesm .T T- ollega1 RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5 Book 4. Pages 3J i -3.52 or mee
aa re-ao:,- oeoind oapiarlor.or PAGE 28 OF THE PUBLIC Public Recoras of Nassau
Irn .c...Tliar.n:e n ca e.i-irn 1.m to EC'-ODS OF NpASAU CC-UN- Count. FIcrlaa
inir-.er.e rilea r.,le iroan T, FLCt.iIC A/ lAf.61 592WWorrhingtiron
rwenrry c-nse i'2i) -.3,5 aner noa :.een ilea agoinli youi DI.e ',ulee FL 32097
puoiicaiic.n or inir, notice on ,C'oua i'reaui'ed iose5rCe DATEDinmreCit Oriulee
unless: ire pemi.:.ner esta. a c-p. o ,Iour i w.rnen aetenr- Nassau CounT, Florilda his
iirs.e g ood c au.e 1r not es I or., Ic. ocr, T,,arionau C orn ao, C Ot 0c-oer. 20055
alleging uch nevw' isue: witn- Warionr PA Anorine, for JOHN-I CRAWFORD
in ire renr.ry one (21i, 0.o, Fioainn1s 1 rcse aress.iI I1E Clerk or Court
S oecrioa The pennon io, ir.Ter- N.W .9qir. SISREEi T.IuiE 120 FT B$./i./Snella- H Beechner
.er..n: in sraolle rilea at DC-AH LAUDERD.ALE FL 33309 onr or CDury Clerk
i1230 'poaIa.;ree Frk.aO, Oefr.re No,.embeI 19 2005 a Irail.n'auaiiv.ilrianiraclitie
Taller. ;.ee FI,,rijc 3239.r .31e v.icnlis ,,Irlr. ir.irr, (30) ,;.ho nee, a Ceas.ona. ie
31'io0 ana 3 :opr, nalre-1 or -o,. r atr rn-e fir t uDicra:.1-nn accOT.m.'ali-.rlon ,to panlicl
S ceii.er ,T. o I.r, he.:.col go.- Dr mi N.i :I-n:e ITr.e Th e es- par, in mins prlcseeaing are
errnm.-r.l '3,'r. Ihe Ledaer .n, file Ine originoi er.n1a On rot Ica .'. Ie nero-e
i Depaorr-.r. Failure i:.- pii- .uhr. irn, Clvmk o, r.i : ,C un t .is;l.:n .:r certain .assii:ance
S nocr, I.:. irle. r. ,-,e .,r .in Ire. eitrei r eficre se .i:e .' PIclease orotac Inre Cour
alI-,e6 0 II S T,- .:sconii. Pliinrnnl t ; .rn.:-rn r imrnedl. A.rrIri'TrOr OrTi e s ,lonr
l tul; 0 .oi.r r aro o, ir.rni 3e, ere3rter ochrer,.,i:e a a- po.Jlle Tel,-onn .r,.a i.-.)
i h uc apieronr.asI.:,r,-rue:i ae.rouil ..111 De entere-) c.0-254od r it hearing or1
3 r.iinr.3 [c.ursu.r ,r 3 :gailrnr ,o:u i.:.r ine relel .:lic-lrnmpalieacall i -800-55-
Sc.i1r. -0 5tand i.-Ij ern.r,aro-do n tr,e cnmlaini 87"i .TTD) .:.r 1-800r-95.58,'-0
F, or tcr. anic.l:cre in trI.e in accc-r-acnce ,n r.ine (.') .10 Fic:raa oela, Cer.,ice
oaml. irt.an-,e he..rig ,erl.en:,.r .,ir DCrrJritie" Acm 21 i0-19"2--20A21
Arero ar o rminiiriraiiun .:.i i 0 (AD. I aiocIs-le: c-r- .46:.0
neOaringq penti-.:.r linm, rni, .Dn r.,r:h Iec-3u:-, or Iner --
meacii-,A r. I laC.,iile p ic ,i':-I.lil-E nee.- sp iecial IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
.uar.i rc l1ti 3i 3;:ao', F i accoTmT.aior, ic pro rtici- THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIR-
to'rn, 3fect6clsp:-.er r...roi. aore in itri. proceeding CUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORI-
,rT.a.de part, r. Ire pr r.n:.ui. C.:.r h.;i 'he D'- DA. IN AND FOR NASSAU
-:.ee:r.ng, Itmlln3ho eu.-,il Cc.:orDinoior 0al Ji, CEJiErT COUNTY
.iinh me a3,i-nr.isilici.e Ia.. S'TiEETi FEI TiANDiIA BELCH CIVIL DIVISION
lu.Ogayi'',,gre-3 reDi.i:3r. FL ".'21.12r. or Telnpr.C.ne CASE NO. 05-CA-290
or A..j3mlrrti.ta.e Heaorng, Trhe .l,-,T1DDI ('4: 321- S;00Ir. -l *--.i -IEEr-i TrEE SERvICING LLC
cr.:e -:- rTreda.lcnih ri.-.i I ler irno-, nl.e rujinei." da', FIk/KA C.ONSECO FINANCE
o frect a part, i rrig to arn prior ic. ihr, pr,ceecraing Wi- 'ER./jICINGCOC'PF/K/A
oamlrnrt rati.eI- ring ljr Sm, nr. ronaona me seaor': GREEf iREE FINANCIAL SER-
Si .aiern.j HuOcaro AiCP rhi: Couni Irsl .-r ao, :l 'i,'ICNGICORPORATION.
DIci.r Ocr C 20Icir P'lainrll
i Di. ion Io CoTri'.jnitr jJor.r. A C'tw:.ra .s
Planning A Cierk ,.:. me Court DORDIiH, F BOZETT A/IKI/
Departr.er.0i or B /.1 i Shell H Beecher DORiHEA F BOZETT iTHE
Cmmrnrrjr,rry Afai, "r C-,D4-puT Clerk UNKNOWN SPC-uSE OF
2 u-5'. r-u.iTo-1 Oak 2i iC-19-22cCOS OCOOTH, F BOZETi A/K/A
Boule.oar 4C.S';' DORTHEA F BCOZETT. RALPH
S TIlilanosr.:ee. Firica ----- PHILLIFS THE UNKNr.OWN
3239'4.2- 13 FERNANDINA BEACH SPOuSE OF RALPH PHILUPS
I1 iL0-i-205. MARINA IMPROVEMENTS IF LIviNG INCLUDING AH,'
E 4.i3 PHASE III DREDGING UNKNOWN SPOu.E OF SAID
S- AND DISPOSAL DEFENDANt'S) IF REf.MAR-
* CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS RiED. AND IF DECEASED THE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HER-EB, GivEr RE SPEC Tl.'E UNKNOWTr,
NOTICE IS HEIEBE GIVEN Thnais.eatedl bid,in -jplicate. HEIRS. DEVISEES GRANTEES
rn.ir n.e Cir, CommIi-d in or wil be recer,.ea c. Ine Cir, ASSIGNEES CREDITORS.
i-rhe Crr/ o Fernranair.a Beacr. managerr., at Cir, Hail Cir, LiENORS, AND TRUSTEES. AND
Florica w.ini roni o public neaor- Cornrmil:Ion CrnaOTers 234 A.LL CITHER PERSONS -CLAIM-
Ing or. lues -at ITIeJo,eTber I A:rn S rsee Frn,'ordinab. acr. ING B'. THRCIOUGH ULNDER
2005 oa 6 CO p m r. in, CIT, FL 32034 Feinaoranaj Beacr. OR AGAINST iHE NAMED
C.:nmm-rn lon CnonDcers 20-1 Fjorica 320'34 until Decemier DEFENDANT(S) BANK OF
A.r, Snet. Ferr.-3r,3r..n Beach-n. 7.2005i at2 :0PI.1 A.,1ERIC A NATIONAL ASi.0-
Fl.,rica tO re ,*w apl:cation An, cida, recea.ea owner CIATiCN A/K/A BANK OF
SU 2005-iOD, CIT. OF FEE- Ine -ajoie lime will hnol D .T.r.IERIC.r. WHETHER 1IS-
fiANDIr'A BEACH -sWNEIr o':cerpea unacer or-, cir ESOL.EDOR PRESENTL' EXIST
Applicant I re:iueiing cumilas-'ne An, uncenai-r, INrG. TOGETHER WliH ArJi
opprovil cor a special usefor regarding ir.n- ime ,a Dia is GRANTEES ASSIGNEES
,:ornstruC.1r.orlte-1tn access received will be reiolvea CREDiIOIR LIENORS.CR
411i The procerT, i: 1:loared againli nme Bi-jer TRUSiEES OF SAID DEFEN-
cat Soulin Fielcnrer 3nd A MAriDAtiOR.' Pre-Bid DANT(S) AND ALL OTHER
laoriaza; A.ernue Teernng ,,ill .e hoeld in Ine PERSONS CLAIMING B.
A ,op, of ihe acpplicraron Fernondina Beach Ci,'t, THROUGH Ur iDER. OR
and Inrcrmailor. or, ir.e .,omrrmiis.,r, Crnomber. 2041 AGAINST DEFEr DANZiTS)
cb-.e maoner mo, he Asr S ireer F-noroaina CrBeacn UjrirNOWtN lTEr.iNlt i
ir.specie3In ine rice or Irhe Fsi4rl-ja on No.emoer i. 20)5 Uf KNOWNr TENANT t#2
CIr, Clerk CiTr, 1-I311 204 hn at I 001.1 DeLenaant(s,.,
STre.l ber.-,eer. rre nour.J A f.1DAiOr. Pre-Bi: TJOTICE OF 'SALE
it C c" F Ti n' yi r 1 .1 onoa p- ir o l o r i O s e c-l j 6u P 1- e g n
ons Aill be ccn;Iaere.a r o 'prblecnr aknl.h i des d -S'md 'J u gm 1 b"
QuaOtl udicial Droceeding aelaiea adescrlprion of ire Foreclosure entered in ine
Copies s i The qu0.-luadci.3i1 r'nGeinr. l Dredge ana asD:e-i.,'iea cause. in me
Procedures Oae a,.alable 31 Di.po a-I must De suOmInea Circuit Court of IASSAU
Ine Orjlce .:.I tre Cir, Clerk no rre engineer tor re. ew and County Fiori-j' I will seii me
onad III be aalliOl-, at mhe .appro.al bc/ No.emoir 16 property siluaie in NASSAUI
meeting TeleDr.n.n.e number 2005 at J 1 fjPr.1 in.t suomis- Coiunry Fodrio'descmiDe- as.
90-.277.- o0-, .iOn ...ii Dc prepare on me LOT 7 BLOCK 3 POINT
iniereiea :ponies mro, upplieo BiCaer Pre-Quailfica. SOI.TH ACCORDING TO THE
appear at ;oia rnea.r-,g .and lior StatemenT Iorm r.IAP OR PLAT THEREOF. A5
De near as to irre oa.i.aiii- A Bia opening willi e RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK J..
IrVy or oCne conr, wril r. mo,' Dronmpti, o DecemDer 7 PAGE 73-'4. OF THE PUBLIC
be cor-.laOered, Ar.,p Deirsn s 2005 at 2 00MP.1 in me Citr; of PECORDS OF rjASSAU COUN-
wihn ciianSllries re, auiring Fe'rnanainara Bacn City T. FLORIDA
occommnantion: In order to CommiTicorn Cr:.amoer at 204 To include a
parric-lp-oe ir. Thm prc-.m or A.h treer Fernor.rdina Beaocr. 1994 rIEDMAN CREST
ach.it, ;n-r:uld conarrcr 2-- Fio.,aa 32034 at wnichn nme all POINT DOUBLEWiDE MOBILE
C',05 TED 2D'.739 (TTi' rum.- O ,recei-vea will be pucll-iyn HOME v.IN 14oM181 i8A TITLE
ber rIr aI CIr, -,rfice;) or oaerned ond re-a aioudc #46478911
imniugh the Floil,3,j Rela,'1 DESCRIPTON OF WORK All 1994 REDMAN CRESI POINT
Se.r.iceal i-81X0-95-8';uor i- v.,ork cfr e PioPic i nall be. DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME.
E.0-9'5-8"' (TDD',atiea.1 2 conscrrjiea in -accora.once vIN iJ6M81I18B TITLE
rour: In adr,ance to request viih mIe Drowlng a-na #6678912
uch. ccomm:.r3,ati3t'n SpecfiIcalon. piepaorea D,, A/K/A
IF AN, PEPRS-ON DECIDES Paiser-o Ai;ociates. LLC The 3977 BOOTH RD
TO APPEAL -Tr. DECISIOTI plan, :pecificaicns ana CALLAHA.FL 32011
MIADE B iTHE BOAIPD/COM- orer corrract io-i umenrts will t public sale. a il 30AM or
t.liESiON, WITH RESPECT TO -e in-oaae t aalable on ad soon trerelner as some
AN., fjATTEi CON.SIDERED AT October 24 2005 iThe pro- can be aone to the nigrhet
SUCH HEAITIfJ'. S/HE WILL DPo.:ed improvement' will Dbe baear or Diaaers.or coin, at
NEED TOC EiSuR'E THAT A, VER?- a 'de andconstrucdlea it me maoln door of me Nossau
BATit.1 RECORD OF THE PRO- Oward Is mdOeG. under one Count /judicial Annex,. 7634;
CEEDINGS iS r.14DE WHICH Conirfoc Bia :r.aoll ce suo- Veeorans Wao, lu'ee FL 32097.
RECORDC INCLUDES THE TESTI. .Tr1i for fi rrdisr.ing aeri'ering on the M 4n ooi aI Norenmber
M 411i 0 AND E JIDEPtCE UPON oan in.tailing ill material 2005
W-HICH THE APPEAL IE TO BE ea-ulpmentr ohna leivices DATED THIS. 6tr DAY OF
B"SED ir.ludjing labor. mor tre Work. OCTOBER. 2005
CIT', OF FERNa TIDINA BEACH which generally In.olves Jor.n A Crawfovrd
Cairanora. P.111cr.ell i BASE BID Dreaging ano CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Cit, Clerk Disposal hil pomon of Ire By /i1 Snelio H Beecher
2i IC0-1i2- i92L'i5 ProjecI :no allconr.ist or Ine Depur, Clerk
J.oC0 dreaging .:na ais:pos OI or Law Offices of Daniel C-
-approinaielt' 52 700 Cucic Conregra
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH Or-: or, mnateralo irom mmne 9204 King Palm Dri.e
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Marnao ba.l'n an Dripoal in iampa. FL 33619-1328
NOiiCE IS HErEB'. G-i.ErJ Ire Block Hammock islana ArItomre,-s nor Plainrl
Ir.al Inc. Cir, Cornmision or D.sposal Area In Duiol inr accordance nllrh me
ntre CITr Fernor,aino Beach Count,- Aimeiicar.; Awih DisaciIiesAct
Florida ,ill ic, o public hear 2 Pie-Bid :ubmrlnal of a ao 1990 person. needing a
Ing on Tueoa, io emroer I Dredge ond Dispo.al PlarnI special occommodamlocn 10
2005 ot 001's m in me CIr, due on No-emoer l6 2005 panoricipale In Trl. proceea-
CcmiT.silor, ChiT.bei ;'U04 (A) Delollea rnoirml.e am Ing s*.c.uld contact he ASA
A.ihn STreer.Ferondraina Bec.Oh hfne Dropos.ed dredge ano Cooralnaoro no ilaer rm.an
Florlaa lore10 C 3Da .ricaton .jisp.sal meirhoa Incluaing -.e,.en (,i) dao, prior to Ire
Cu 2005.'T- I;,TE HArT Ire approach .uumrir, ano prioceeding': i rearing
C'Wi E ApplicrantIs reaue.- e.piananon of equipmTenr impai-red please coall (800)
irng ,-r :,o.,al or a corioaitIr.aol usea meorn ol ra3ricpon arad 955-9'. I (TDD) or (800) 955-
u.e Iotrapre.choiinO-aCPO cc.:re,aor:e me-rj, of o..as 6'77'O(oice) v]o Fiorriao Reloy
Commerchiai Frofesiornaoi lering or ine areaged moale- Serice
Or ices Dl-rirci Tre ropert, rmal anj irearrmeni or ire 21 i0-19.26-2005
i locacea o 31 i 03 .loimne enriuenr 461
Street 'B) DeTainea arO.vings or ---
o C rpy 0, me appic.-atiorn re roD.:cs.eo aispO-sa1 tacill- NOTICE OF-SHERIFF'S SALE
ana Innormi,.:.n .:.r. Ine r,(ie:,) including locaOion NOilCE IS HEIREB'r GIVEfJ
ob..e mon.rer mO De T.jp sites ur.ey rcureof raon- Trhor Oursuoni to o WrIr or
irpecead'r.Ire trse re .I po t'n or.3 cor..eaor.ce, influ- Evecuilon issued In IrThe
CIr, Clerk. Cir, Hail 204 ,.n eni anr.a eluheni lsocarons Count' Court of Duoal
Street cerween n-rr,e hours o and e'auiprmen cur streets Cour.r/. Florida on The 21st
8 00 T.1 5 0,PrI .lc.roaa, (C) Siummar- of reguiato- a,- of Seperr.Der. 2005.in me ,
rrrouGr. Frcia, The applico. ri, p.ermir Iriues including cause wreeinFA MANAGE-
ricn's A-in ce .or,.aoerea in a ao.ro.,ais required to lejie MrENT SOLUlTIONS INC is
qua.i-lujdicial pi'oceeding Ire propo:edorernati.edis- PiOlnriff aora DOUG G COR-
Cople .:r ine ,uai-luaildal DOasal meinca dna BIdders BiT I. aerendarnl. being Coase
procedure -rie oa.Oilla-e ar approach to securing 5,aia No 16-2004-SC.Jil8i in saa
rhe Of ice or ihe Cir, Clerk approval Coun
and will De -v1diioie ar rhe (D) Calcurlations inluOing I TL "IOMMt "SEAGRAvES.
meenng ielephO.c-e rurnmce fri eonllerrathe alpoj,. sire(s) 3.s Sheriff ol Nassau CounTy.
9.4.2/'-'305 caoaclmy and rieage mate- Florlaa ro,oe lerieo upon all
ilnere'ilea p'anie' ma,' ral bulking lacioi rhe righrT. ine ana interest of
ODpear ,.1 sald rjeorir.g anra (E)Signed statement Ilom me aove nameO defen-
be reora -s tor ihe ci'oali- nTe Bidaer ac.epnng res.,on- aani. DOUG G CORBinI In
iT' cm or-, ac on wenrc cra; m iallirt, tor securing oil federal ona to ire loliowing
bev conierea .An, persons sla.-e ana local approvals ae.crlDed property. lying and
'huhn asrbilnres reql equiring ruied o realize rihe pro- sITlualed in Nassau County
accommoaai.-lsr Irn order !-s pased alrerrialie disposal Florida to-.wIl
paroTicOla-T. in ri i pogramiT or mernoo LOT 22. HAVEN FOREST.
acn.,iT, Snould cohm acI 2"- 2t i0-i9-26-2r35 Deing a portion of Section 38.
73?5 iDD 27~ '.7399 iTT. num. 4.1.6' Towrninp 3 Nort-.,. Range 27
De r mor all Cir, ohices) .r Ea rI NOassau Counr,. Florlao.
ihrougr, Ir.e Floricna Rela, INTHE CIRCUIT COURT, Delr.g more panicuiar
Service *V 1-8&O-9E.57 ?O c.r 1. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN deiscrled as follows For a
800-955-86" ICD'D)ot leasTn24 AND FOR NASSAU poinT ot reference com-
nours ITr. ad.or.ce o request COUNTY, FLORIDA. mence or on old aole locaOT-
sucr accor,..T,:da.ron CASE NO. 45-2005-CA- ea In me mos Soumrerly cor-
IF ArN, PERSON DECIDES 000247 ner --i Seclilrn 38 oforesald
10 AP EAL A- r, DECISION DIVISION A Ihence run Nortn 46 aegrees
M.1ADE B. THE BOA.PD.'COr.. r,ICiG-GE ELECiTRCrIC 42 15 / .xesl 550 12 fee 1to
MITSI'ON WIIH RESPECT TO REGISTiRAIONr S,SiE.1S INC. Ine Northern, RighT of Way
AN, 1.14-iEr. CO'NSIDC'EED. AT ar, nominee for BRANiCH Line or a 60 too1 Cour-.r, roaa
SUICH HEARIfIG S/HE WILL BAi.iriG rJiD TlST CC.1. Irence N,-orr. 3 degrees
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A .'E. PANT a Nonh Carolina cor- 19 '20 Eo. along '.ola
BATiM r ECORD OF THE Fi'C- pDoraion r..ieonerl, Righi ot Wa, line
CEEDING- S I, MADE WHICH Pilainin 957 7 leer ro.ne Point oat
RECORD INCLUDES THE iESTI .s Beginning TIrence North 48
f.-1ONs AND E'-. DENCE UPON Ar,1.' Nr KALEr. oran-j ir degrees 42-45" West 490 13
WHICH THE APPEAL i TC' BE aecea.ea her neirs feear mthence Nortr,43.degree-;
BASED aeaiee. grantees. credi- 19 20" Easi 1350 feet mhence
CiT. OF FERNANDiNA BEACH 11Dr aro .oi11 omer parties norn 4o aegreei 42'45" East
Co.onoa PMIlicrnell clOiming b Inr.-:.ugn under 490 13 aeet to saia Nornt'erly
CIr, Clerl :-i ogainT rner UNKNOWN RighT of Wa', line. thence
21 i0-l2-19-2005 SFOuE OF AM, N KALEM IF South 4 a3egrees 19'20"West
66.51 AN, BUSINESS DEvELOP- along sola icnrell.eRi Tight or
ir.ENI COIRP.iORATIC.orJ OF
Was, nine 135 0 leel to me
De coinmmenced prior to 2 00
o'clock PMfv). on ime 7th do,
of November 2005 The Iolo
lowing des.ciJDed property set
fornh in Ine Default Final
Judgment 1or Foredliure
Arl of that cenoain piece
parcel. or tract of lar.a lying
and Deing in tr-e Counry of
Nas.au ana Ie Sroare of
Florida known and described
Tract 22. Block 10 'ULEE
WOODS Section inI accora"
ing to 1plo rnereof as record
ea in Plot Book 5. Pages 239
and 240 of te puDIic records
of Nassau Counry. Florida
TOGETHER WIIH iroi cer-
rain 2001 ine NorTonal
Doublewlae MoDile Home ID
u s PHI124GAI8186A and
port of Beginning
on me 18im. o, f No erro-'cm r
2005 .31 rr.e FONT DOORD OF
iHE PAKTOL HEA.DQUAiTERS
OF THE TNASSAU COuNP,
SHERIFF'S OFFICE locate.) or
;73i BOBBY' MOCORE CIRCLE
in mtre CIry of Yulee. Noa: ou
Court,' Florla o ai me nour of
10 00 am r or o an po- siole
relreatIer I will t er r or le oil
rhae ade-nonrr n gni mie anr-
Inrerest in sola property a1
Dutblic oulcrr ana will sell the
oamei subjecir o ail prior liens.
encumibrance ana l|uag
ments it on, 10 m.e rnighean
ana tDesi i'daer .or Diaaer4
r-ar C mSH rhe prcceed'm lo be
appliea as rOar a may, be to
me payment cr co st .and me
satIvlaction of The abo.e
aescricrl e xecuTions
T L "TOMT.Y" SEAGRAvES. AS
OF NASSAU COUNi'? FLOil.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES ACT PERSOIiS WITH
DISABILITIES ONL', NEEDING-G
TOi PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING SHOULD CONTACT
iHE NASSAu COUNT. SHER-
IFF S OFFICE 26001 BOBB''
M.1OORE CIrCT.l.'E LEE FLOIrl.
D0 32097 9J);. )5-33i rNOT
LAiER THArl SEvEN r(7) DA',S
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING
iF HEARING IMPAIRED. PLEASE
CONTACT (TMDD; i 800.055.
8771T OP'.OICE ('V) i-80-955-
87'0 'IPA FLORIDA RELAY EER.
-I 10-19-2.6 1-C0--072005
TIne .1 Jhns Ri.er Water
T.anarg.-renr DiIrr.ct nha
recel.ed mer- applicationI','
Im:o En.r.:-nrmenrao Recsurce.
SCurlL Douglo 12i4 0,.-io
Streel KeG Wesr FL 33040
Oappicanon sJO-C6' -i9'?22-27
Trio project is5 ocair.d in
rNoiiau Co.Jurr, incn ; 2
Townsrhip 02 Nc.rr. Range 26
Eo.t Tre EIrP aoppicationr is tar
mod11 carion i.:. rme pe.lou:-
I, i55uea s-irace Malerr maor.
3gemenr permnl:,) asocial-
ed witr. c:.nr.tuciion for ]he
DO:uglasI Resdlence Amelia
isiana Pionlation a 1 92-acre
DDC Inc 922J Craer.
RI JOCkI1.oriille FL 32257
appicrOtior. #4-089- i 01606-1
Ine project I, locale in
Nas 'au Cc.urr, Sectson 436.
Town.:r.ip 02 Norrr. I range 25
East TTe ERP applicationn i i:.r
construclionr or a0 urface
w6el maornogemrenri lys1em
tor ihe proposed Sogg,
Bortom Mirlgaoton, BanK iro.-ar
o i 74-acre project
The file(i) conlairing ean
or ire oo,,e-instea appnlca
lion()i are ovaoii-ai? or
inspec.ton M ..onoa/ rnrougr.
Friaay escepr i.:.r iegga3 noi-.
aoy. 8 00 a m 5 ECO p .m .:
the St Johns ri ver Water
fMaloragemrenr Di rirnc
HeaoquortGer c.r I apprc,-
prilte service center Written
c.dbect aons i rit-e appDicaltor.
rrMay De made OuT hioula ce
rled wain (received r.) ime
Di.rrir Clerm 4049 Rei-j St
PoIatkak Florio 32 1'7-1429
no Iler moan 14 aa.,s trom me
date of cubilcatlor. Written
oclec i:,nr.: .houlia er.r,i the
ocjecror by name oan
address onand lull,' Oesciie
mre olec rlon Io rr e aPpiinco-
non Filing a wrlTien obTjecron
does notI entile ,'ou o oa
Croapre,r 120 Florida Statute,-
A"jr.mnl.irarl.- Hearing Oni,
Inose perr.on: .vhOi'e 5u-"
tfile opetltlri needing the
rCqulrerTenr. or Seciorns
120 596 on.: 12057 Floria-j
S'ortue: ana C narer 26- 10C.
Florida Aamlnlintrotiie Code
ma ociaoin or, Aamini"rtiai.e
hearing All irmely filed will.
Ien otlecllor.n will be prove
sensed to me Board ror car..
ider.ation ir. iT. aellerations,
on application prior to me
Board rating action on nme
Gloria Lewis. Direc lor.
Division of Permit Doata
St Johns Rifier Waoer
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU
FRIER FINANCE. iNC .
SHARON K JONES a single
person. ana ANNIE L JONES.
a single person urnknown
lenanrs. ana other unknown
parties in potsesior. includ-
Irng tne unknown spousse of
ans person in DosessarI. of
the property and it a
named Derendant iI
deceased, me T.ur'.I.Ing
spouse, neirs. aevissee
grantees. cieaitors and all
other parties CIrIminrg y/.
through, under or against
the Defendant. oana all
claimants persons or par-
fies, natural or corporate. or
wrro.se exact legal status is
urnknc.wn. claiming unadrr
or.vy ot me named or
ArM.ETIDED NOiiCE OF
NOTiCE IS HEREB,' GrIVEN
TraO pursuanl no a Defaouir
Final Judgmeni T Forecloiure
aaled August 11, 2005. in Ihe
OO.'G reieren,:en coae inr
whlcn FRIEIT FINANCE INC is
Plair.lint ana HARON K
JONES. a single person, ana
ANNIE L JONES o single per-
son unknown lenronts. ona
orr.er unknown paornes in poa-
session including ire
unknown spouse of anr, per-
son in possession of me pIrop-
erty/ Ona If o nomeo
Deftendoant is aeceoase the
survIving spouse. neirs
devisees grantees. clediloms,.
ond all other parties claimingrg
Dy hrou.gh. under or against
the Defehaoant. ana ai
claimants persorns or Dortles
natural or corporate. or wnose
e>acm legal status is unknownn,
claiming under any or Ir.e
named or descriead
Defenaantsr, Oe Defendantm
I. JOHN CRAWFORD. Clerk' of
me Courtn. will eli to tre nign.
est and Desm Didael for cosn
a1 Ire main entrance or me.
Nassau CounTy Juaiclal
Annex. 76347 veteran s Way.
Y'ulee Fiorndo at 1I 30 o'clock
A M (or Oas soon thereotfter as
Pi-inrfit s counsel may/ alrecr
provided not saola sole must
J STERN PA ATTORNEY FOR
801 S. IJni-.ersTy Drli.e Suite
Plantation. FL 3332.1
IN ."CCORDAIJCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH DIS
ABILITIES ACT per:.on: wir, di
acories needing a sEeciai
accommoaa ionr should cor.
T.3.: COuri ADTlMIrISTRArnONJ
at mie NASSAU Counry
CourTrmcu-e or 1-800-955.
8771 -TDD)or TI.r0-9&55-8770
ia Fioi'lo relao, SeriIce
On rexr Dcge
Any and all bidders, parties
or clre' inrereioed persons
r.ail; contc the inrorrmatcior
jtsK or tre Clerk or mre Court
prior io ihe -chedul-ed foce-
cic.;jreo '.i1 '.rno .ll *O.1l:e
otf mee e 6aCI lbcatin in me
rj i .:au C'unrT, Juaicial
Annne,. or m1. I.rear:cloue sa5e
(NOiE In aOcoraance
.ian rluil ? Off. Florioa rules of
JijociaiO minrisnalcrin0le. aeo
De aavi.sea fs ilo: "Ii you
are Oa cersOrn wi a .ra'-cllml'
.no need ann, accommo-
aOrtron Ir. order I, Doartc.Ilpae
Ir. mi: proce.ain.g ,Ou are
erirliea. or hao :ccir lo ',ou lo
rrin- crc :icn or .e*-rain a l s.
lance PiGeae conmaor Court
A.3rninrr-nacr P.9T1 CIice Bok
1010. Fernanalro Bea.:n
Florica 3203= Telscchone
(9'4) 32i-5710 rllthi to V,.(2)
working l alitS c'f ,our receipf
oT n-ri Nort.:e .:.r cieadirg it
you are nearing or oirce
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WITNES,',y rn.nana na e
orriclar ,cai 'Ol said Coun. rni.
i I rn aM or Ociober 2005 at
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HO.iCPA BLE JOHN
CLERK OF THE Ci CuIT
I-ASSALi COuNTi, FLOCiC'dA
Bi gsI Hearner Seagra.o s
4. Depuln Clerk
LAW OFFICE OF
AT'DrEW Ji.DECKER III PA
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Post Orri:e &. 1288
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irne ST Johns iesi/ WaTer
M.4anagmenr nt Disiiric i na
re-Cleiled me comcliiance
reports) ror Consumpi.e UIJe
PcrrrI,irtr ) rror
HOiTampitn G'oir Inc 10161
Ceriruric.n Farkvay rJOr.
i90 JOc.15or.vnille FL 322.,6.
PermFiT9 6131702 ir.T DsIri.:C
i:iu.Je a permill Jui, 14 2000
for Irme u:e or 219.00 million.
goiior.si er year or sunace
waTer frc.m r me srormwaler
marionaementi syarler. ona
diound after rrO:.rr. te Florild
Aquirer Oa or. emergency
Dria.:kUDp ,;'ur.:e rlr irrig.lrior
or r109 25 ac res o go ir our:.,
run ana 5 75 acres or lona-
scairng Thne wTroima Oal iuseal
tb, ir. cprojecr conr.irt oI
giouna Oarer from me
Finoonan 4Queiir /IO ] actrie
weil: Sunrace Water forrm
siormwaler pon, oana I
aocTr. n pum.: ano I grop s-a
pump inr Noaliu County.
located in S-can on i 12. 13.
2 39 J) Tc.Arrip 2 No'rrh
Rang,- 2. Ea.i rhnown as
Nornr HampCn aGoii Course
Tne ie(s) .:..riiainir.g eaoc
oT Ir.e ooo, e-Tilea c.ITiOi-
arce reponl(s) are a11na1ole
for inspection Mor.aay
rraiougn Friaao except for
legal nilda si. 8 00 a ,Tr to
- C0pm Trr o ittr. Jconrnf i5lker
Water Management DisTricr
H-ioaauanrlra or the oppro-
p0oiTrt-irgce cenier wrmiTen
oCjec tio o trs a ODappiccaTion
mo, De mae 0u1 "nould o-
Fo .virt-. (rccei.ed b,) rme
DIliricr Cieiir 4J0o9 rela ;
Palarka Fiori a 32i77-.129
n rc.enr n-or, I1 day; heorrn- .i
dole of oublica'tir.n Wrintten
,ojeCIor.s T.hr.ijia Idenrnty the
ODeoCior r,y name ana
oaaress ana irunj, aecriloe
ire oo Die'rir. Ic.:, re dapplic.a
tior,r Filirng .inrn-.:DC hor
a:.- nror -nrinle'vou-to a
Cr. peter I120. Fl.:.rra Siatufis.
Ai.mini.ranive Hearing Oni,
inOie p-.aionS wnoh'e Suc-
*har.lm ir.neresti ore ornec ed
r,./ rne O.ppicolion ana wr.o
lAe a poillor. m.eeling rhe
requlreme.rl- of Secrlons
120 59o0 na 120 57 FFicrra
SiaTureu ar-a Cnapter 28- 0o.
Fiorida .Adm.inirstro1,e CcOGc
nearing All timely filea writ-
Ten ooeclion;. will be pre-
senied 10 mrTe Board for con-
sideration In ir, dedloeialic-n
crn apolicallor. o r:ir o nme
Boara rakinrg Oacticn r. me
Gioria Lewis Director
Dlk1sion or Ferri,! Data
Sr Jonr.s RI,cr Waoer
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
CASE NO: 05-CA-289
WACHC'viA BANK. N A SUC-
CESSOP B' MERGEFi TO
JOSHUA IM HUBBARD. IF LIV-
ING. AND IF DEAD THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE HEIRS,
ASSIGNEES. UENORS CREDI-
TORS TRUSTEES ACID ALL
OTHER PAPTIES CLAIMING
AN iNTEREST B', THROUGH
UNDER OR AGAINST JOSHUA
M.1 HUBBARD UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JOSHUA M HUB-
BARD IF AN,' JOH1`N DOE
AND JAI JE DOE AS
UNKNOWN IEINANITS IPJi POS-
IOTriCE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE iE HEREBi GIVEN
pursuant 10 a Summary Final
Judgment of Forecioture
aareoa Octo.er I0. 2005
entered In Crhi Case lNo 05-
CA-289 or0 rthe Circui Court of
The ,TH Juidlal Circuir In ono
for NASSAUJ County. YULEE.
F'orldo. I wili sell 10 Ie highest
ana Desi biader for cosh o1
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX at
Ine NASSAUli County
Courthouse Icared at 76347
VETERANS WAY In YuLEE.
Floriao. on II 30 a m on the
1i4rn aay of Noember 2005
The folrowlrig ecncted prop-
erry as set lorrn in said
umrnmary FinlrO Judgment, I1-
LOTS 13 14 AND 15. BLOCK
126 OF TOWN OF HILLIARD.
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAi BOCK I. PAGE 23. OF THE
PuBuC RECORDS OF NASSAU
Darea rtris 12Tr. day of
John A Crawford
Clrk Cr, the Circuis Count
By s/ HeaTher Seagraves
iTHE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.2005 / NEWS-LEADER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 34.31 FEET; THENCE NORTH 23 THENCE SOUTH.42 DEGREES ONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL j DEGREES 00 MINUTES 20 SEC- 17 MINUTES 29 SECONDS EASTERLY BOUNDARY, 98.73
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ONDS WEST, 20.34 FEET: WEST, 57.71 FEET: THENCE FEET: THENCE NORTH 67
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA THENCE NORTH 13 DEGREES SOUTH 14 DEGREES 19 MIN- DEGREES 22 MINUTES 14 SEC-
CASE NUMBER: 45-2004- 37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, UTES 33 SECONDS EAST, 85.61 ONDS EAST, 56.50 FEET;
DP-28 22.01 FEET; THENCE NORTH 55 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 38 THENCE NORTH 79 DEGREES
IN THE INTEREST OF: DEGREES 47 MINUTES 26 SEC- DEGREES 04 MINUTES'54 SEC- 19 MINUTES 04 SECONDS EAST,
A.E. ONDS EAST, 27.10 FEET; ONDS EAST, 53.16 FEET; 77.62 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 85.
A CHILD. THENCE NORTH 64 DEGREES THENCE SOUTH 19 DEGREES DEGREES 04 MINUTES 14 SEC-
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF 43 MINUTES 47 SECONDS EAST, 34 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST, ONDS EAST, 34.87 FEET:
ACTION BY PUBLICATION 32.83 FEET: THENCE NORTH 62 27.02 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 59 THENCE NORTH 28 DEGREES
FOR TERMINATION OF DEGREES 43 MINUTES 31 SEC- DEGREES 29 MINUTES 10 SEC- 40 MINUTES 14 SECONDS
PARENTAL RIGHTS ONDS EAST, 25.00 FEET; ONDS EAST, 62.01 FEET; WEST, 35.81 FEET; THENCE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA THENCE NORTH 75 DEGREES THENCE SOUTH 80 DEGREES NORTH 79 DEGREES 30 MIN-
TO: 37 MINUTES 09 SECONDS EAST, 12 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, UTES 10 SECONDS EAST, 40.87
VernDearn Edwards, father 34.06 FEET: THENCE NORTH 85 57.45 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 02 FEET; THENCE NORTH 41
Address Unknown; Last DEGREES 19 MINUTES 33 SEC- DEGREES 04 MINUTES 30 SEC- DEGREES 34 MINUTES 52 SEC-
known address ONDS EAST, .27.17 FEET; ONDS WEST, 119.10 FEET; ONDS WEST, 35.10 FEET:
20817 Parkslde Blvd. THENCE NORTH 63 DEGREES THENCE SOUTH 43 DEGREES THENCE NORTH 17 DEGREES
Femdale, Ml 48220-2284 '27 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST, 45 MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST 43 MINUTES 50 SECONDS EAST,
C248) 414-7911 18.68 FEET: THENCE NORTH 69 79.85 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 19 26.67 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 81
', YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED DEGREES 31 MINUTES 24 SEC- DEGREES 07 MINUTES 23 SEC- DEGREES 55 MINUTES 09 SEC-
thEt a Petition has been filed. ONDS EAST, 24.33 FEET; ONDS EAST, 105.85 FEET;. ONDS WEST, 194.99 FEET TO
Ir fhe above-styled Court by THENCE NORTH 85 DEGREES THENCE SOUTH 18 DEGREES THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF 49 MINUTES 42 SECONDS EAST. 25 MINUTES 58 .SECONDS This application is filed by:
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES for 25.18 FEET: THENCE NORTH 49 WEST, 94.83 FEET; THENCE Application filed by Hide-
termination of parental rights DEGREES 55 MINUTES 51 SEC- SOUTH 07 DEGREES 41 MIN- away Development. LLC,5472
and permanent commitment ONDS EAST, 10.30 FEET; UTES 53 SECONDS EAST, 114.54 First Coast Highway, Suite 13.
for subsequent adoption of THENCE NORTH 80 DEGREES FEET TiHEIJlE -':I'.H 23 Fernandlna Beach, Florida
ihe aoce.onarmea.cra ..:.u 46 MINUTES32 SECONDS EAST, DE:--': J," r.1:1rl.FiE l-. ;'':- 32034, owner and Daniel I.
are r,e'eC cor.mm.3r..I.dei 64.03'FEET:;THENCE SOUTH 89 ONDS WEST, 96.46 FEET; 1:,-,'.-'. PE r.]1:.: r,-,isand
opp...-or .erc.rer H-or.:.ic ., DEGREES 56 MINUTES 39 SEC- THENCE SOUTH 11 DEGREES ::.:.6.3CT .; I.-.: 86002
Magi:lrare Kaonr,r, o,.,ai.- ONDS EAST, 46.87 FEET; 23 MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST, Cr,r3.r,- .'.3, ., ule Florida
Bone oitseNassau..Cur, r, THENCE NORTH 78 DEGREES 100.35 FEET' THENCE ?OUTH 32097, agent for owner to,
Judicial Annex, 76347 59MINUTES08SECONDS EAST, 09 DE,':-;,';E ''-. iF li iif'; : construct a amenity center
Veterans Way, Yulee Florida 51.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 87 -SECONDS EAST, 64.38 FEET: on approximately 6.70 acres,
32097 at the hour of 1:30PM. DEGREES 00 MINUTES 53 SEC- THENCE SOUTH 25 DEGREES located on the east side of US
o'clock on November 16, ONDS EAST, 57.14 FEET; 02 MINUTES17SECONDSEAST, Highway 17, South; Yulee
2005 A.D.You must appear at THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 82.08 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 06 area.
the hearing on the date and 49 MINUTES 04 SECONDS EAST, DEGREES 29 MINUTES,14 SEC- The property Is zoned
time specified.' 24.33 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 84 ONDS WEST,: 73.98 FEET: Planned Unit Development
YOUR FAILURE TO PER- DEGREES,.44 MINUTES 03 SEC- THENCE SOUTH 36 DEGREES' (PUD).
SONALLY APPEAR FOR THIS BONDS EAST, 57.14 FEET; .57 MINUTES 28 SECONDS Individuals presenting evi-
ADVISORY HEARING CONSTI- THENCE SOUTH 75 DEGREES WEST, 62,48' FEET: THENCE dence for or against, the
TUTES CONSENT TO THE TER- 51 MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST, SOUTH 02 DEGREES 50 MIN- applications should pick up
MINATION OF PARENTAL 47.17 FEET: THENCE NORTH 78 UiE '.1,2 ,EC, 'r. E' .i .1 I :I0" couples of the application and
RIGHTSTO HISCHILD iF ','C'U DEGREES01 MINUTES 46 EEC- FEET TETH-ifiCE C .:-iH 1. coples.ofthecriterliathatare
FAILTO'APPEAR ON THE DATE' ONDS EAST r? 3I FEET DEGPEE? 55 MINIF.TE? EEC applicable to the appllca-
ANDflnMESPECIFIEDCOIF1.i`1. THENCE SOUTH 79 DEGPEES Cl4Di 0 'f i 5-' '1:. IFEEf tion at the Growth Manage-
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHi ", TO 5.2 MiriiUTESCit.iECOND E.;f i T iHEiCE :.'l, iiH 21 ,E--EE'; rr,,-,. t-,.:e.;.l ,- .2o a1 .: ,-.l .
'THE C HILD NAM ED IN THE PETI-, ,. Cl l FE T THFrC E iC ,LIfH J8 1 .' t U E1 i E F E ,':'- FE -i F I1.3::,3,J 1.13,: .J-I FL :.r9 "-
TION ATTACHED TO THIS DEG:'EESO'-r.FIfE,0"3'EC- '.i FCIE THEI i:. :l,...IiH The specifics of theappl-
NOTICE. ONDS EAST, 22.02 FEET; CE'.Sr.EE!; r ill F.i- 111 IF 1 F-: cation will be-read at 6:30
Inadlau.a31: .rim.i:ao.nIm-. .THENCE SOUTH 54 DEGREES i C1:'; '-'T -" 13 FEEtti RM., on Tuesday, November
neealng a rea;O.r,r3ol, 11 I.FINuTES IC:lECC'or ,- F: ,i THEFJ -,: -'-I.ITH C,.: 'E': IrE' 1, 2005 by the Planner or his
occonmm- oa. ti.:.rn Fto a.ri.- ~ i -EET HErCE "-LFiHr.:. 1' ,'Hr llCFI li. *,F.rFllF.I .I I,- 1 ,--1. 3 ll-..j i-. Fl3rrFir i
pale Ir. m i: pro.:-e idir.g CEG'C f EE 'c t.i'fluif J EC '. .i 1 I FEf TF E el '-.i-i :.3 3 .llrF-.:E..e..
snoujla,:cr .3 ICoC rrIn Le.l'o ,'ND; E^'-r :%- ;1 FEEt ',':JUiH 12 E L ''- EE' I iJ- pu1 F I.: I .: .,,T,,-r,r rI :13rnir, .3T
as soon aF D 0 .-S-ie I le. :'-IHENCE IC',1.IH o DECE-DIrEE' .. F.IfEtu J. rE'C'l."'- iil1 A I' 0I 1F:iF 1 .:.- r, i r3 .o1r
p nonr.e (90-) .5630ri J. or i .' J M NFEEuTE .i.EC ,'-rC ,SE '.: FEEt THE- :FC E I H .- 1 :H i r,'..-. -i..)-', c.1 .::.n.
he ring impairqa p 1 .I'1.3-9;",- 4'.. J B- FEE THEFr.,:CE C.i-,h C.:':-,'-EE' I 1 .l i F lF : ei '- .3F,'J.:.-.F3 F ) 3 .u .3:i.i.J.3 1.:13
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(V) FloriFal ei tiaSrviC.:e '.C-iD' EAi JJ i- FEEi lIHFJ:E ;,':,jiH i .C,:-1 tE: procedures may be obtained.
W. IT'NEW Srm yr.in..' ci-erL THENCE SOUTH 19 DEGREES is.TirjI.TE'.I : rie:, E-:F,' :.:,-r, r, .'-r.:,..r, f 1.3r,.3 .a-
of o ld a Court nd Fr.0 o i lF t.MILTT,- i '' E::CCFrjCc. EA I 0 ':I fFEE T IHEI-I .E ,'F-l.IfH r'.,r- I ,'- 'i : IF,-,Frtere:ie. par-
tner-eoF r tr,lis 29n ,3.', .:.r 4S.0' FEET itHEICE 5.i-il (" '. C.E'tG-EE 12 .111jTE'. ties should limit contact with
Sepiemer 2o005 DEGFREE'; : It.1 tuSJ2E 1 EC. EC.DreF.E- A i l i FEET .PlanningBoardMembersand
JAnn Crkoarfd ClND WEil, J444 FEET .HEFrCE '"..C'UH '-I L.r'E-L 1i: with County Commissioners
As Clerk f Sald Court THENCE SOUTH 07 DEGREES F'. F. r.iriTE':,y? 'E-CrF: FC -'! .-i on this topic ,to properly
By Is/ Down Durr.rnce 33 MINUTES 48 SECONDS -:' v FEET iHEF.:CE ,:.'UIH- ; r.:n.i-. 2 ,u l.: r.eo.r.g .:. O
As Deput, Clerk W E'tI I: 35 FEE! THEi CE E-r1';3EE C"" F 1. r uurE' 2 31 'C ,,r, r. ,:.:,.rr..,jri.,:, 1i.:,r. Ir.
HopeA Ieaeyv E iquire C,'uiTH C'EGREE3 r.lri. .f MCl: .. E2'; ST : ,J FIET t F r3 F:r ir, l l,1 !:.3u 21 :'.:unr,
Florl1a Bar No 08410o0 ? UTES 55 C'EC 'NCr .,EA'T 31 FH-Er .E :.:li i-- C',EG II-EO -,.:..3-r. F grr,.-,
FLORIDA DEPAI3 .IEfiNT OF fEEl iTHE :CE '.iOLiiH I5 Je .IIFLI.itE: F -:' EtC-'C:..F:I"I F. ,p.3'I.F-,' '0,10i r '.3.:a.
CHILDRENl AND FAMIUJE' DEC-PEEE 13 F11FfTEl.'5 ,E*EC WESTr ,.'. FEEti HElr..E PI,3.:.' .ule6u F L C I'-'"'
1303J05o r ,l-re STE- .F ONaDS E -'T 3- ,J ,O FEEti CI'iH '2' CE rEIE: i r3 J 1 F- r;.:.r,. r.IFr, .1;F' l .II 1:
Farranaira B-aeacn FL 32;03' THEr,".CE SOLOUH 2A C'EGPEE UTJIE'. I- EC._OCDE 'AET I t' F -'.,ulrr,.3 .3C:.:.,,T,.:..3.a1l:.r.,
(904) 277.7222 .10JO Mir iUTE 25ECC E. E : T EEIi HE tCE S-C'lUTH I :r, :,i.3 .-I. i.dar,: ir, tr.i
At 10-12-10-2.1 iF"I-02-2'10'E 32 9 FEET THEt J CE IC'JC'PlH -J E De EE J.F r.111'Eil .E'. I.'- p .:.'l ,' :. -r .:nI it, :Ir,:C.. .
46dc DEGPEE; ii:ir..1Irj.iiES ,'. *CI 'C.- OIlD WEST i F .:.T' fEti F'.:-, F3 r tr. ',r:...r.
--- ONCD Ei 23 -,-' FEET iHEF-NCE SliiH lOS5 L'C:E f: r.lFr, 3.3-T,er,l -r, ,e..arr.,nT
ZONING NOTICE iHEFICtE QI.I[H J 3C'E'-FEE:. 5:,. liIJifE1 2- ;E, :'rFIL"': i l' : :'..i: ,:.r fl:.r( )
NC'OTCE IS HEI, EB,GI.EN M ,Frij3246E-A':,:. l'5,IE 'i '.'Ei '2;'., FEET Ti-iElC : r-i3 E. :i i:-e .FI-8-.-:I':'..-.
mr,aTonifue'.d 3, tr. e I1F ao, I :, r JIi '' FEET iHENCE 30J1iH ', I :'.'.IITH I:2 I'EG-:mEEt', F F IlJ. ., "1 I l F, 113.r r.rr,r,.:j.,i.',J.
No-vemter 2005. .31 7 ) F. CEGrEEf' (9ir.11rF uiF i, 35FE' E LI Eh l:E 'l.'.2 ,C WE:,C i I: r..u: IF 3' F r:et.:. ire.3uj .r
The Flanning anal Zrrning 0C0D. E'"F .33C'"' FEET FEEt FHECE ,C'.liH 2a u:r a.:.:.rrir-:..:i3.113i-,
B ,o a' Or Na .Iau Cc.nr, /InF rHErICE O 'UiHH I DEG -EE; DE'';"EES- i'l ll ITE ,' :.E,.- THEI IUlE IC F' II. l IEllD 101
noi.03 a Dutiic neaori,-, .i rr,r o.I11PILJUTESi8EE.COEr&D' EA-':i OfDS WElti '24. FEET BE EPIF.tErl i-JDE HE'd"--C IF
Comnmic..3n Cr.amrcer. NF.:- 3202 FEET THECE uH 3 iErIcE Oi.H I I' -.CEGIEEE! A tEILCIFr] tI'HELiC-, AFE *I.
sau CoJunrr, G.err..mer.ra DEGREES' F.lriFjrTE.-,`i2EC. 34- MINUTES 24 "ECOJE, ANY DECISION MADE BYTHE
SComplex 961,35 Na:a':.u ONC'S WE' 38 4.Q FEETl 'WE'li F F: EE!E THEF ICE B-ARPD GEriC',,' Or1 COM-
Plac, 'Ijme. Firl.'o3 ..0'-:. rHEFrl^E E-.UIH 5' DEc-f'EEi SOUTH 44 DEGREES 55 MIN- r.CimC, i WITH-i IPEf'CT TO
consider The Hideaway j50'FIPFuTE'Oi ECCDNDCDEASi UTE1 i6 E-CC''l ,.rEi ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
Amenity Center. SPO5-024. 2i FEET THEriCESOCLHi 1074 FEETl- FHEI-CE rFpr-TH SUCH MEETING OR HEARING,'
Also be It known that on- DEGmEE0 .J MiU.rES0 :rcEC. 75 DEG-:;iEF,' 21 Fr.11rit.tE! .J1 HE WILL NEED A RECORD OF
Monday. the 28th day of OF, hD WEST 52 'I FEEt SECONDS WEST, 78.70 FEET;: THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR
November 2005 at 7:00 pmr, 1TERICE SIUiH 10 C'E"FPEEc THENCE.SOUTH 80 DEGREES THAT PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO
tne Bc.rd of 'Ccur.-ar, C.:.m-n. J6 .MiriL'E. I ,.ECC.OrI.:,. 49 MINUTES 04 I.EC-FlE.? ENSURE THAT-A VERBATIM
misior,era orr ai.;.au C.:.ur.r, r WET 3" 3 FEEi THE HEICE WEST, 8C ?0 FEET THriF': C RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
will nolo a puc.ic hearing cr.- iOUH 8 EC-RiEES 29 F.1FJ. SOUTH.2-"' C.E'-r2EE 21 r.11lF- INGS IS MADE, WHICH
ine ali) ir.C Hl.:l .3Aa, IitS i.JSEC-CF: 'iJ:'.WEit.' J f5 2F4 FCC ". I ',i *LiE .D'- r
plan o ire Cc.m ,'It:i.:.r, OEGREE 'F MIF 11 f uiE.; 1 ,E: C1. CEGr'ES .I F11 .lilll1 i:E .- : _:EC- 'HIF:,H THE APPEAL II. IC' BE
Cnamoer FJ2 rsau Coun.r, COI;D WEST 8,0 FEET 0110I V WtEti 10 3J FEEi I' E C.
Goverr.m-,-1131 C..rr,.lple^ THENPCE 5 01..lH 08 C-EGREE THEirJ:eF ,LITH J- iCFGt'_, rr, P -I:'DrFnra, 2nl C.:rFlrg
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Naso'u Counrp, i.IrE'4c,-:ECONDSW:F 'SC-'0 UtE: 4. IEC'.riFc *sli e OFCI., -cFiL,.
DESCRIPTIOrI'F IC,:'-EP. FEET i-ErCE C ': H IT i 1 1 FEET iTHEr:C E LO' TH 'CrFi. FI..-.:MD
Pr "' C.-EG-?'iEEt 18 F..1fNTEt 4 .EC. 65.DEGREES ;12 r Fl?.iiEt J4- /s/ Richard H. king
PARCEL .. CNE E. FT' "3 % FrEET SECONDS W::ST 3I '. FEET Its: Chairman
A PARi OF SECliriOr J 2 IHEINCE rJiC.Fr.H A', DEGEE THENCE NORTH 67 DEGREES 21 10.12.17.-20n5
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH. .NC.-E di F.lFFNuTES I '.ECCCrcDE ,15 'MINUTES 01 SECONDS 4.s. .
27 EAST NASSAUI C,LUINT, WET 8; 25 FEET iHEfJCE WEST, 87.79 FEET; THENCE --- ---
FLORIDA BEING. MlE =AE.- ;Oi.IT 19 DEGREES 1i3 F.lF. SOUTH 2.- DEGREES 51 MIN- NOTICE OF INTENTTO
TICIJLKUL','LDECEI'EEDASFO,,L- LUrES 36ECO..C "F.'ifl 61 4 iE' ;. ElI:'.lDSEAST,68.82 CONSIDER ENACTMENT
LOWS FEEt IHErNCE -UiH OJ FEET THErj.::E SOUTH 21 OF AN ORDINANCE
COMMENCE A/r THE DEGIFEE.2-^ F.'li.IES 32E'C- CE'C-EEE I.: I.iFr jUTES23SEC- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
rlORTHWEST COCPINERCF iOcTr crlDr W,4WESt 24 3 FEET 'rC.F IC WEfi 84.86 FEET; that the Board of County
10 LINI 4 vIJLEE F/.I'.1 AS TFEEFC.E E5-1.iiH 3I DEG'PEE:. THEr.jCE .:"'TaiH 13 DEGREES Commissioners of Nassau
RECORDED IN PLA T BC-K 3 J2F,11NuTES 3 .E-',CFND',EAST 1F1 rFII .TEF I i.: :ECONDSEAST, C :;,,r.r, FI.ri1a proposes to
PAGE 32. OF THE PULIC 12 4 FEET THErICESOulH0- .C,:.U3FE THEFIICEt OUTH i45 adopt the following.ordl-
RECORDSO, F.J'N-uCcOJur. OE.Cr
06 DEGREES 0'3 MIFiuFE. E,0 THENCE 5C'LiH 04 DEC-REE. THIIEFCE :-1.'ITH :. LC''-2PEf: ri ,::I-F ,Ei. iriCE C-F F HE
SECONDS E.?ST 800 '0 FEE iF T MrFI.f1 t Ci S .ECOrIDE 08 F.lii.IrTEf' ,,.S E-CE-C:rlDI c.AL:E', ,-.F :,.i. F ,,C r.1.
THENCE SOUTH 8:' DE'RfIEE, Wti' 10J0 FEET THErICE E ET 'i 3 -EET THENCE _- F .lr:I Ci' .:.f IjA .:11
4. NUMINUTES 20'EC,:J--NDf EAST V:I'TL-H M:i OCEGREES J0 1liF FOU',LTiH i CLE:-' EE: r Fii. I .",.'l.l IT. FL,.r:' I '-l [ Il-i
133565FEET THENCE PfOPiH urEE i'SE fO-rD 'WEsif 4 IjTEC-J-'EC';,C.:IF T 1iJ i:' ,. *:,rDir:.E I.:1 -.-'
12 DEGREES J.3 r.1F l.lIEE Fr: FEEi THErlCE lJC M iH 8 i iHFEE TH JCTE ITI Cr- Ar F jEl EI:' ,i'.'-.rl : THE
SECONDS WET. 1" 32 FEET DE-;E EE'. 1'r.li TFliE'l i EC DEG, EI, F.11llT'. EC- I1.- l.- L. C-.,urT, :r.C lllCF F
TO IHE NORTHEAST CORNED O-C "' WET 06':FEET THEF'CE -:.'-rI" W0E'[T .J :- 'lT C.-:IE .,ErCIFICLL. A F 1IE'
OF THE HELArDS DEC FB D IN E *';.lHLi l-l F'- C'E-,I*';E' i FI lr. I- ICLE I : C'I.i"I-j.E
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK uTE354"*;ECOfr'DSWESI 2 .:."' 23F2iTlFuTEJ-'"EC.,-,JCC,FE-: FE:.ri.::,J .:.. F .FlE,' .DGF.
328 PAGE 34o OF FHE PUBLuC FEET TlHErICE '-SOUTH 38 80'4FEET iHE[,: CE I.-TH iS- 7 ,F .:COHOLIC.IriT.:.,i._.
RECORDS OF SAID CCOUrNTr, DEGREES 35tMIlUTEI.2J 'i,lC. C- DEGrEE. 2- IIre.iir.liEt* EC. ICG BE f, GE'T. FEOM
AND THE POINT OF BEGIN. ONDS WEST 4' "' FEET COFJc D E.- I' CI'QJ FEET CHLurFFHCE FIC' iCH::'L'
NING iHEN-CE C'fONTIfNUE THENCE SCli-iT MI DEGr-EES iHEPJ.:t '.I H J. : C'f;IEE IC FC,. CEPTfirJ LL-rI' UFE; -
NORTH 12 CEGiEE. 26 MIN. 0-? t.hNuTES 2i SECONDS :I. MTifiliuTE Jl ,SECONDS ':H-rI,--,1iHE DI.,t rF;ET FC.
UTES 10. SECONDS WEST. WESt 25 "2 FEET THErFCE WESi 82 '3 FEET; THENCE TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUN-
414 88 FEET iOTHE SO-ITHE I H 4' I.IIH 4:' DE FEEDE;PEE l.FF111. C,-F'EI-E '5C ':.:: f, FEET F,.C .im-
CORNER OF L;NDSF uI.'FES 0 ECOmDCC. E LA c.3r86 "l.lfES 24 SECCor.'C.' E i'.iT ;A80 iFF,- r1 -EFFECTIr Em CFIE
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL FEET HENCE EOUTH 1-2 FEET InHENCE C-,Luil -. F,,J.ic r.eann.g: .ill .I
rECORD-S BOK 0 48 PAGES DEGREESC,'5MNulE3 4 EC DEGfrEE.0J F.rTiliTEI2c, !.E"C. ,.:.r.u.:-l.3 a; .:..'
386 OF iTHE PuuC rEC'CO-'DES OIIDE WEST O'I i3 FEET ONDS ; EAST, 72.40 .FEET; The Planning and Zoning
OF SAID COUNTY,'. THENCE THEr CE rfJC',rTH DEGREES "THENCE' SOUTH 34 DEGREES Board will conduct a work-
NORTH 83 DEGrEES 5 F.1SN. 03 F.11' INITE 2' SEECONDF D 2? MIPIIUTE? 15 SECOND? .r,-,pr ga.3.-,grr,.-'p,-.CD:,-.'
UIES 20 SECONDS WEST WESi 5013o FEET THErICE t WE_ i 32 3-1 FEEL THEIC.E .:.rilnor.: -,r.Tu:aa, *:,.' :,
ALONG THE S-CUIHERL', NORtH 81' D3'31E 01 F .11FiF. '0C'I.i1H 2 DEGC-I'EE J F.liF. t r .-r 2i.1 i:ii-Pr.l o r e
BOUNDARN OF SA.ID LI IDS LIiEc '05ECC0ftJEiWESi c4 J1 IFE', :o .E C. ,';: I i : :.r,,l::l.:.r.Cr,,.m r,-, Ir,..
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL FEET ITENCE '.lFIH J2 FEET HENCE ..C'IH E '3u C.:.unr, G.:'..err,mrr.T,31
RECORD! BOOK Jtec P AGE DC-EGEE' 53 F.MiLTE3S '33E:- 'DEGr'EE:,EE;t.EliIjI.,TFF it EC. C.:.mple,. ':'*o'5 l. ':ou
386 OF IHE PUBLIC ItECOCRDS OnDS WESt 9800,1 FEEt '.r:,E 'AEl: E '.I 0 i' F:- FEEtF Fa) ,jl-e Fl.:rh2,3, Tr.',cu,.
OF SAIOCCLOUNT. 129331i FEETi HEIrCE 0:C1.JH 2' DEGrFtcI THEriCE ::LUTIH J 1 E.--IEE- .1: i! in ire l r.:. nrt-r,.1 ir,
TO APCOIN'TONIHE E SEiitiL, J10C F. uTES 'if ECCO r, EI I JT .linlFE1 1 F I F EC.'IC': .*.o,.1 r,.:..Tr,e r. :.,o uC.:.ur,
RIGHT OF W4, LINE COf L S 2JFEET IT-ElCE HC'jEr iH '.'E t'T 12 14' FEET TI-FETrCE r" PI3-rr,g .r.- C.:.,.Ir. 6.-31.a
HIGHWAA\ NC -, i ( '5. 0 C'DErEE i i f.lFrFl iE:- 15'EC '-CUTH 13 DE,-I:EES 2: r F1111. 1, i c.:.r,3ou.:t 3 1cu li: rheor.
FCOOT RIGHTOfC W2,r -HENCi OC DSC'- F-' i 2.50 : C FEEt .TE *F 5 'E"C:C.'[Ic ', WI'ET ir.,,) .:.r. re pr.':.p.:..,3 ,.-r1.1l.
SOUiH 07 DEGREES < MIN- iHElFCE O'uiH 01 DE'-IEt? 122 I.t. FEEi H-IEH[,::E ':'C.FIH r,3r.,.:- :,r, fiue,.'. r,;, r e.l,,- r
U Ei F0 SECONDs EALT : l.1FMIuTES i SEC.F.': r' J' A:T '.:'" IJ li:,E,.:rEE I:: l r iE': O C 01 rFi.E i' C i .E I r 21 1 Ir e,
ALONGSAIDEATEr ?L :IG'HT 22,':' FE-ET THENCE SC'.ITH,.- SEC.-CO:liF:' WE':,T i "' :'5 FEi Commission Chdmbers, Nas-
SOF WA' LINE 42068 FEET T1 DS-EG- liES i5 .llFUiEitE6'EC. TC, ilC- tE 'SiEL,. ECutFl:C-i.' sau County Governmental
. THE NORrHWEST CCFNEt J'fE :F OFNDS WE.i 308J FEET O-F B'.T ICUO FiELEPi-F,..['IE Complex, Yulee Fi.-'ia. Ti-r
LA.NDS DESCRIBED IN OFFm. THENCE S'l'UiH 12 DEGREES., Ai'D TELEC--GAPH ,:'-HT ,:-F planner or his ae.igr,ee ;.in
: CIAL RECORDS BOOK 328. 4 r..F F.,.iTES 59 SECONDDS W. THEr.:E FFCi-TH i2 enterthespeclficsoftheordi-
PAGE 341.. OF IHE PUBLIC WESi 23 32 FEE t THEr JCE DE';I tEES 5' F.ll if.Fit' ,',E C-': nance into the record com-
RECOCRDS OF SAID COUNT, rTIORiH 81 DEGFEES Mir. F 1 c,1rFDF wEC i iF Lor-.; :TF. i' menacing at 6:30 PM and the
THENCE SOUTH 84 DEGREES UrES2i SECONDSE'.ir'f .'08 EAiSEr,.. BOuNCiE,. 25.: 5 Planning and 'Zoning Board
26MINrUTES335ECOtDSEASrT fEEIT THENCE rFOm-iH OF FEET; THENCE NORTH 12 wll receive public inputcom-
ALONG THE NO'RTHERL, 5,EGIEE? 52 MIULitES iSiEC. DEGItEES E'."; l.1FLrE- 2; ':E :. mencing at 7:00 PM.
BOUNDARY' OF SAIDOFFICIAL :.'INDS EAST 5.1 66 FEEr O-FD': WEST CiC.,-_riFF,.uriG The Boqrd of County
RECORDS BOOK 328 PAGE THENCE -OUIH 52 DEC-REE AL,.',lG SAID EATE,'i,. Commissioners will conduct
346.OF THE PuBUC RECORDS 28 ,iINUTES i8 SECOcNDS EAST. BOur'D. *,'fF jt-..: iCOr JEi: a ,c i.: r,F'.3.i.-.g.:rnt 1.:,r,.,a,
OF SAID COUNT'/ r'25 38 FEET 21 52 FEET iHENCE SOUTH .8 'iELEHOCi rE A TIi F'IE fI-FH [I.:. err.-cr 2LIII 0-1 'Fill
TOTHEPCOINIOFBEGIrJNING DEGREES20F.rNuTES..F0 SEC- 9IGHi ,:-',F W', 2:'. ?,1: FEEti PM regarding the proposed
PARCEL Or ,DS EST 55 Jo FEl 1T 0, -irji :'F IHE E-S'iEI L. ordinance, The public hear-
A PORTION O-F SECTICri THENCE 'LOI'.iH i I C'E'- ?EE. BCIFUr JID 'F .ULILEE L'UiH ing ., iii be held at the Cora-
42. TOWNSHiP 2 NOITSH I-,. F.11rljTES 0C9 SECOtJD"- LI.3'E,*,tCE"E'EImIri F'I_-TI .'C mr.i.rl.I Chambers, Nassau
RANGE 2' EfAT. rFIA;SAU WE51 5J$11 FEET iHEICE E. f.Gt ;-;J OF THE PULIIC C.'.:,,jrr, 'C-:..-.rn,',-r,F"13,C.:,T, '
COUNT,.FLO'RIr', aND EEINT i :Sl.-iH C0 DEGI-tES 2o 1.111 lr. rICC 'Il:' C, F : I -D ,.C..FTir.ir, pie-. ,-. '1. 1 3F :.,j FI.).-,
.MORE PARiTICULA r'L. UiE.5' SEC'iC r] SvrT., T'ET ~ "3 THE rICE rIC,'i-.iH I; C'EC-PEEE .,,j-. Fl,:.rl3.3
DESCRIBED "SFOLLOCW FEET THENCE NCORTH 83 5J riFFuTf': J' I -ico''''F'i- ,. Copies of the proposed
COMMENCE AT THE DEGREESr.it.Ff.iuiTESCJ .EC WEtf '.1,1 JiC- ; -: E-: FEL. E:.rdi.-,,3.'., -.3., .3.oihat.iC -iF
NORTHEASI C N OF CNrrDF E si 4 J. 1 1 FEET BOUtLIIIF'':'L C ,' LE *I ,'I L iTH "re it.:.,:C. .ir,.a I,:..-.3,-.r."
'ULEE SOUTH -ACCOF:'DlIt, iHEFICE SC'uiH 3'? DEGREE 830J FEET T,-' THE I:,],IPT -CF Cr.:..,.r.1, r.l.o',.g2rt.r.r
10 iHE PLA i TiHEREOF AS 261'.IjijTES 18,EC,;r0,t'FEAST BEGiE ifFll'F- iHal. rI'."E L Deportment, Public Services
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, o, 31 FEET THErJCE ,IlOUH .' CONTAINS 155.00 ACRES Building,96161 Nassdau Place,
PAGE 224, OF THE PUBLIC DEGi;"EES' ill.tJUiESJ ':E-. MORE OR LESS. Yulee, Florlda 32097, Monday
RECORDS.OF SAID COUNTY; O ,JDS EASi ,4 .10 FEEti. PARCEL 4 through Friday, 8:00 AM to
THENCE SOUTH 12 DEGREES THENCE SOUTH 16 DEGREES E tiE.mi fC' rINC-,F'PE. 5:00 PM, except legal holl-
54MINUTES40SECONDSEAST,. 24MINUTES08SECONDSEAST, EGEE.F ArID FiluilE'i i:" P days.
ALONGTHE EASTERLY BOUND- 97.05 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 63 THE SOUTH 60,00 FEET OF Clerk's Office, Nassau
ARY OF SAID PLAT BOOK 5.; DEGREES 57 MINUTES 14 SEC- TRACT 1, YULEE SOUTH, County Judicial Annex. 76347
PAGE 224, 90.71 FEET TO THE ONDS EAST, -38.63 FEET;: ACCORDING TQ THE PLAT Veterans Way. Yulee, Florida
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE NORTH 63 DEGREES THEREQF.AS RECORDED'IN 32097, Monday -through
THENCE NORTH 81 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 10 SECONDS EAST, PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 224, OF Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM,
55 MINUTES 09 SECONDS EAST, 53.16 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 37, THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- except legal holidays.
564.23 FEET; THENCE NORTH DEGREES 17 MINUTES 29 SEC- SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA AND A Fernandina Beach
49 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 01 ONDS EAST, 95.43 FEET; PARCEL CONTIGUOUSTHERE- Library, 25 North 4th Street,.
SECONDS EAST 62 05 FEET -THENCE SOUTH 22 DEGREES TO BEING MORE PARTICU- Fernandina Beach, Florida,
THENCE NOrrH 0s DEGREES 50 MINUTES 53 SECONDS EAST,' LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- Monday and Thursday, 10:00
' 32 MINUTES 0: SECONDS 38.28 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 19 LOWS: AM .to 8:00 PM, Tuesday,.
WEST. 498, FEET THEFCE DEGREES 00 MINUTES 35 SEC- A PORTION OF SECTION Wednesday, Friday &
, NORTH 52 DEGREE': ,r T.117Mi ONDS WEST, 34.28 FEET: 42, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH," Saturday, 10:00 AM to 6:00
SL, rES 12 SECOC-ND. E .1543 ,: THENCE NOPTH .-3 DEGREES RANGE 27 EC?T ri A.1i.i PM.
SFEET; THENCE NORTH 63 i 3 F. rI.ftiE 412 SECONDS :':'"url]', FLEI:-.C .:.:. F Callahan Library,450086
DEGREES 48MINUTES58SEC- WEST 6J J40 FEET iH-I'..CE 'r.IlEFtJC i F tHe i|.-. E-1,i State Road' 200, #10,
ONDS EAST, 54.00 FEET:; 'Ol H C,:'EC-i-'EE 5 3 F 11 J. C':rFr *E' -CF YULEE SOUTH, Callahan, Florida 32011,
THENCE NORTH 75 DEGREES UTES52 SECONDS WEST, 65.31 C C::..Dirfi,- TC' THE PLAT Monday, Thursday, Friday and
34MINUTES50SECONDSEAST, FEET', THENCE SOUTH 56 THEREOF AS EC'C.I'.FC.mrjL Saturday,10:00AMto6:00PM .
57.04 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 14 SEC-, PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 224, OF and Tuesday, 12:00 PM to 8:00
DEGREES 43 MINUTES 16 SEC- ONDS WEST, 75.34 FEET; THE PUBUC RECORDS OF SAID PM.
ONDS .EAST, 56.25 FEET; THTNCE NORTH.64 DEGREES COUNTY; THENCE SOUTH 12 HIillard Library, 37177
THENCE SOUTH 81 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 33 SECONDS DEGREES 54 MINUTES 40 SEC- Pecan Street, HIlliard, Florida
51 MINUTES 35SECONDS EAST; WEST, 75.66 FEET; THENCE ONDS EAST, ALONG THE EAST- 32046, Monday, Tuesday,
7.53 FEET; THENCE NORTH 03 NORTH 69 DEGREES 37 MIN- ERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID PLAT Wednesday and Friday, 10:00
DEGREES 18 MINUTES 00 SEC- UTES 39 SECONDS WEST, 89.27 BOOK 5, PAGE 224,90.71 FEET AM to 6:00 PM and Thursday,
ONDS WEST, 41.48 FEET; FEET; THENCE SOUTH,.07 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; 12:00,PM to 8:00 PM.
THENCE NORTH 54'DEGREES DEGREES 37 MINUTES 39 SEC- THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 12 Nassau County Public
53 MINUTES 43 SECONDS EAST, ONDS EAST, 90.03 FEET: DEGREES.54 MINUTES 40 SEC- Library Yulee Branch, 76346
William Burgess Boulevard,
Yulee, Florida, Monday thru
Thursday. 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM,
and Friday 8:00 AM to 3:00
Bryceville Ubrary 7280
Motes Road, Brycevllle, FL
32009, Tuesday Wednesday,.
and Saturday, 10:00 AM to
6:00 PM, and Thursday, 12:00
PM to 8:00 PM. ,
The ordinance may affect
the utilization of land.
THE PUBUC IS INVITED TO
BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF
A PERSON DECIDES TO
APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE
BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR
COMMISSION WITH RESPECT
TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED
. AT SUCH MEETING OR HEAR-
ING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A
RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
INGS, AND THAT FOR SUCH
PURPOSE MAY NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD, OF. THE PROCEED-
INGS IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE EVI-
DErjCE ri. TESTiFUR.10f, '
lP 'fl F .HI.-I-I THE .PPf L li
TO BE BASED.
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable
accommodation In order to'
participate In this proceed-
ing should contact-the Office
of the Ex-Officlo Clerk to the
Board of County Commis-
sioners at (904) 548-4660, or
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-
955-8770 (v) or 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) at least seventy two
hours In advance to request
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fadrlg '1P.-02.'e' irplan .t
the Commission Chambers,
tal C.:.mI.ie. oi, 3. Ti.lassau
.FIace ,,jFe Fl.:..rla con-
cernlng the following
.ae..'crie' C I'Ocrt, Ir. ,o';.auu
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER-
AT AMELIA CONCOURSE, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGE 138 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- '
TY, FLORIDA. A PART OF:. :
SHOPPES AT AMELIA CON-
A PART OF GOVERNMENT
LC.T1 T tCTICFri i TCGET-HEI
SliH A P-'., ,.-F THE JOHNF
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CF I -C' a fiiHI J T.,','F JIHIP2
[Ji:,F'iH iErAtE 2' E iI
TOGETHER WITH A PART OF
THE JOHN LOWE MILL GRANT
IN SECTION 51, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 27 EAST, NAS-
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA, BEING
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR'
A .POINT OF REFERENCE,
COMMENCE AT THE INTER-
SECTION OF THE CENTERUNE .
"OF STATE ROAD NUMBER
2.r,'a1 (A 154 FOOTRIGGHT-
CF.WA,. FLCoI''ID." DEPAFrT-
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RIGHT-OF-WAY MAP SECTION
NUMBER 74050-2503) WITH THE
CENTER UNE OF STATE ROAD
NUMBER 200-A (A 100 FOOT
RIGHT-OF-WAY AS NOW
ESTABLISHED BY FLORIDA
,DEPARTMENT 'OF ir-r.-'.
F PORTATION RIGHT-OFC.- .'
MAP SECTION NUMBER 74600-
2150'AND 7460-175); THENCE
NORTH 0751'58" EAST ALONG
THE CENTERLINE OF SAID STATE
ROAD NUMBER 200-A, A DIS-
TANCE OF 93.25 FEET TO A.
POINT ON THE NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID
STATE ROAD NUMBER
200/A1A; THENCE NORTH
72*46'59" WEST ALONG SAID
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 230.36
FEETTOTHE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE NORTH
72046'59 WEST CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 2241.35 FEET TO THE
POINT OF CURVE OF A
CURVE, CONCAVE SOUTH-
WESTERLY, HAVING A RADIUS
OF 5790.17, FEET; 'THENCE
ING ALONG SAID NORTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND
ALONG THE ARC OF SAID
CURVE, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
664.58 FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
BEARING OF NORTH 76'04'16"
WEST AND A CHORD DIS-
TANCE OF 664.22 FEET TO A
POINT ON SAID CURVE;
THENCE NORTH 07*5124".
EAST LEAVING SAID NORTHER-
: LY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 1356.22. FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 7246'59"
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 3090.66
FEET TO A POINT ON THE
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE
OF SAID STATE ROAD NUMBER
200-A: THENCE SOUTH
07o51 '58" WEST ALONG SAID
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE,
A DISTANCE OF 926.98 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 7248'37"
WEST LEAVING SAIDWESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 20.27 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE PROPOSED
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF STATE ROAD NUMBER 200-
A' THENCE NORTH 0751'58"-
EAST ALONG SAID PROPOSED
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE,
A DISTANCE OF 2.03 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 72'46'37"
WEST LEAVING SAID PRO-
WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF
159.40 FEET- THENCE SOUTH
0751'S8" WE';i L CI.TFiI-Ct
OF 392.54 FEET TO THE POINT
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Park Road, New Hyde, Park,.
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r,, .:,n TjcJ,3a, Prj:., m c rl
1 2005 b, the Planner or hiT
d silgnr.-eC .3r-.' .Por,r.irag
r,o owningg .ard ili r,.i ,
public cqmrment starting at
7:00 RM.on that date. *
This hearing must be con-
ducted as a quasi-judicial
hearing. Any questions as to
procedures may be obtained
from the Growth Manage-
meant Office. Interested par-
ties should limit contact with
Planning Board Members and
with County Commissioners
on this topic to properly
noir.CfC-. pubii: nearing c.r I.,
e.rriner. cormuniTaiur i.3 tl., Ir.
care o1 Ire .iNass:u C,,unrl
Depanrmer.n1 c..1i F3i1.).u
Place ,''ule FL 32C09'
Persons wiir. alioabiiireii
reauIrlr. a: ccornrr,.aarior.n
itr, c.Ia r i:, .or.ni.:wi..-Te i-i. iri.
prC.gram. F. .1rCll.',ir .rOulr.
conracT 1ir,e Gro'., l.
(904) 491-3613, or Florida
Relay .Service (1-800-955-
.8771) at least twenty-four (24)
hours In advance to request
such accommodation,' -
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
BE PRESENTAND BE HEARD. IF
A PERSON WISHESTO APPEAL.
AN. DECISIOPj MADE B, iHE
BOARD. AGENCY, OR COM-.
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANr.' MAITEI C DrISIDERED AT
SUCH .MEETINFIG -CR HEOR.IiFIG.
HE WILL FrED A fECOPD O F
THE PC',CEEDiFN-5 ACND For
I HAi-a L9UPOSE t.1MAv'EEOD 1
ENIuiPE THAT A '.ERBADFil
RECORD OF THE Pr,OCEED.
FIGS IS M,-DE WHICH
fIEC'-1],CIr1ICLUDCES THE rTi.
F 10CF, jHD.E'.'IDENCE uPON1
WHICH THE APPE'LL iFS iC BE
r.e Plarnning ar.a .orlrg
Boara rna/o .or.Fnr,ue r,.rring
.:r, TnSP ra-ner
PLAFINNf. 'ND ZOCNINGF
802RDC. F IJA .5,4U COLIN.
/;iIRlcnra H King
2' 10-12.1 .2-, 5 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR.
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2005-CA-286'
PiA inli .
'.ICKIE S Elii rIANDGLAD-4
i SCOGI IITDi.DULLL. AI'D
iru,,iEE CF THE -GLADS
rSCOFFf r,E CA6.ETI TuLli
IF LI'. ING E.ID iF DECEASED
TIHE F' UriKrOWri F1OULSE
HEIS DE .-FEES Gi.HAifEEE
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THEM. AND JAX'
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of foreclosure
dated October 4, 2005,
entered In Civil Case No.:;
2005-CA-286 of. the 4th
Judicial Circuit In and for
F ,'Fi.auCour, aC',.l kor. il
-.lofa I Alli Fell F0 me r.lgne-,F
and best bida-cr .:.,r Co.r, '.1
front steps ao ir,c Fo-a:'-u
C:.itjr,r, Cojurnncu,,e r,:calo.,")
,:I '3'.47 ,elr.3r,; Wa,' 'ulIee
F.L 0o 11i 00 m an., r.re 3r1
0a,r Oft r'.emcmer 2j.X ir ,
T.folloring a'.,.:rlit.6e property,
a0 1e5 frmn ir, .'310 S ,num.ar r/
Final .FJiagiener I,-' All
-,more c'artil:ul.ri, ae:.:rlcl
A parcel of land situate In
Section 39, Township 2 North;
Rdnge 28 East,. Nassau
Being also a portion of the'
lands described as Parcel No.
3 per Deed recorded In.the
public records of the afore-
said County In 'Official
Records Book 878, Pages 2003
I Being more particularly.
described as follows: For a
point of reference com-
rrience at the Southeast cor-
ner of Section 39 aforemen-
floned; and run North
4006'08" East along the
Easterly line of sald Section
39, a distance of 1126.13'feet;
thence North 73*19'54" West
departing sald section line, a
distance of 368.74' feet to the
Easterly right-of-way line of
Scott Road (35.0' foot right-of-
way by usage); thence North
1950'55" East along said
right-of-way line a distance
of 755.23' feet to a set 1/2'
Inch iron rod and cap # lb
7039 for the point of begin-
From the point of begin-
ning thus described run
thence South 7009'05" East,
a distance of 239.51' feet to a
set 1/2" Inch Iron rod and cap
# Ib 7039; thence North
7740'21" East a distance of
412.78; feetto a set 1/2" Inch
Iron rod and cap # Ib 7039;
thence continue North
7740'21' East a distance of
10.0' feet more or less to a
point at the edge of
Marshland as sealed from sur-
vey performed by Vernon N.
Drake & Associates, for
Nassau County Ocean,
Highway & Port Authority sur-
vey dated March 15, 1991,
said point being designated
as point"X" In this description;
return to the point of begin-
ning and run North 19050'55"
East along the Easterly right-,
of-way line of Scott Road
aforementioned, a distance
of 639.94' feet to a set 1/2"
Inch.rod & cap # Ib 7039;
thence South 7009'05" East,
a distance of 200,37'feetto a
:.- 1. -:ircr, i r :. v 5 .: 3 II
'i u05 :' .3: 31.1oTar..:,e .: i
280.0' feet more or less to the
g. :. ', Ir., .:A r.:r. : 1,.1 r. ij .r.
ar.. Trir,..-.:6 Ir, .1 ,,:,.-jrr,t.,
direction along said
Marshlapd a. distance of
447.0' feet more or less to
point X"o aforementioned for
the closing point.
DATED this 4 day of
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Carla A.O'Leary
11r ,I ,- .I- '-"0,.'
.. T:. DEED' i L005L.25-T I
F I. I, .L t i`. Fif ;J 'iJ. -
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
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the description, of the prop-
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207 TOWN OF,CRAWFORD
Name In. which assessed:
',Charles A; Pleper, 6431 Sanibel
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.dae OF Fr.- 1.,IF EFiN. .:E
OF THI I]-;.F:.i'2 -::r1. JUL-I.
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hold sale.at 11:;30 a.m. on sole
Dated this 23rd day of
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT-
BY: Karen J. Lockett
DEPUTY CLERK '.
Individuals with disabilities
.: .:IIrrr,i. po, : r,, ip. .-"
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jNG DEFJAPMEri .3:; ,:c..:.r,. .,
p' 1- 1ri o i-er e: l.1r-.g ratr
r,.-iFr:. Tel-4or,.r,,e 904.508.
F F' .L O .'r- *3., I re ,
.Fing io.rF ci.ir .F-3 J .-'. FI3 'vC,
S Irg Im,.: ILre,1i- .800-. 005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR,
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO' 45-2005-CP-189
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County- Florida, Probate
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Addresses of the Personal
Representative and the
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THE LItE: F MONTHS
,,: FTE i: HE" -TE .F THE FIRST
:, LSL,'. i:FilC,, F -CF ili'? i twiceIC E
F? :., c-.': -FtEl; iTHE c.iE
C :F 'tEl".ICE O-F CC',P. CF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
Sdecedent and any other per-
. sons having claims, or
Demands against the dece-
dent's estate must .file their'
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF ,
.THE FIRST PUBUCAllON OF THIS
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
FW:- F'F .EAIFi'. O,-r.,'M0iE
AF'Er, IHE i:-EcECEl i I2 -it
OF C,'iH I; 6IS,'.rED
Edward A. White
Fl,.l.:,.3 ib.3r IJC F '82
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2692 Bentwater Lane
HIlllard, FL 32046' .
TAX DEED # 2005-20-TD
PARCEL # 01-6N-29-V14A-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that Paul C Burns & Paul C
Burns Jr., the Holder of the fol-
lowing certificates has filed
said certificates for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon.
'The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the descrip-
tion of the property, and the
names In which It was
assessed are as follows,
Certificate # 2331
Year of Issuance 07/13/05
Description of Property: VILLA
UNIT 1010IN OR690 PG 1434
CAPTAINS COURT VILLAS
Name In which assessed:
Diane W Frohllng, 28 Summitt
Street, Glen Ridge, NJ 07028
All of said property being
In the County of Nassau, State
Unless such certificate or
certificates shall be re-.
deemed according to law,
the property described In
such certificate or certificates
will be sold to the highest bid-
der.at the MAIN ENTRANCE
OF THE NASSAU COUNTY JUDI-.
CIALANNEX, 76347 VETERANS
WAY YULEE, FL on the 1st day
of November, 2005, between
the legal hours of sole of 11:00
a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Clerk
of Courts Office Policy Is to
hold sale at 11:30 a.m. on sale
Dated this -23rd day of
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Karen J. Lockett
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable ac-
commodation to participate
In this proceeding should
contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than
seven (7) days prior'to the
proceeding at the NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX. If
notice to the Individual of a
deposition, court date, sub-
poena, etc., Is less than seven
(7) days, then the Individual
should contact the RECORD-
:ING DEPARTMENT as soon as
possible after receiving that.
4600 or 1-800-956-3496 If hear-
Ing Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(v), via Florida Relay Service.
4t 09-28, 10-05-12-19-2005
TAX DEED # 2005-24-TD
PARCEL # 14-1 N-24-2180-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,'
that PATRICIA P JONES, the
holder of the following certfl-
cates has filed said certifi-
cates for:a, tax deed to be
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Certificate # 244
Year of Issuance:5/29/02.
Description of Property: LOT
677 TOWN OF CRAWFORD
Name in which assessed:
ESTATE OF MAYME L CREA-
GER. C/O ANTHONY CAPIZZI,
,STE 2103 FIRST .NATIONAL
PLAZA, 130 WEST .SECOND
STREET, DAYTON; OHIO 45402-
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-'m3 ar. 0 p..- i ,T, -r.,. Cirl.k
of Courts Office Policy is to
hold sale at 11:30 a.m. on sale
Dated this 23rd day of
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF.CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Karen J. Lockett
Ir,'1 3uJ.:,31" ,,. li, .1:,3 .FITIF '.
's rJ. 3 '.. 3 .:.r,..3 l- 3: .-
In this proceeding should
contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no Idater than
seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding at the NASSAU
C, '- Jr, .ILIUCF I', L I JlJE I
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Ing Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on Tuesdaythe 1 stday of
November, 2005, at 7:00 PM..
,the Planning or.a ::,-.r..3
Board of NassaL .u,-,r, ...In
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the Workshop, Also, be it
known that on' Monday, the
28th day of November 2005,
at 7100'RM., the Board of
County Commissioners of
Nassau County will hold a
,public hearing on the said
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the property described In
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will be sold to the. highest bid-
der at the MAIN ENTRANCE
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Dated this'30th day of
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Karen J, Lockett
DEPUTY CLERK -
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable
accommodation to partlcl-
pate In this proceeding
should contact the RECORD-
ING DEPARTMENT no later
than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding at the NAS-
SAU COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX. If notice to the Indi-
vidual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc., Is less
than seven (7) days, then the
Individual should contact the
RECORDING DEPARTMENT as
soon as possible after receiv-
ing that notice. Telephone:
904-548-4600 or 1-800-956-
.349 If hearing Impalred, 1-
800-955-8770 (v), via Florida
Relay Service. ,
for Legal Notices
Is noon Fridays
The Northeast Florida Fair
takes place Oct. 21-30 at the
fairgrounds abopt 2 miles
S on US 1.
will be held
at the front
Oct. 22 at
admission is $5 for adults (13
years and older) and $3 for
youths (6-12 years). Children
under 5 are admitted free.
For schedules and more
information, call (904) 879-
4682 or visit www.neflfair.org.
The Fiesta de Santa Maria
will be held Oct. 22 from 11
a.m. to 10 p.m. on South Third -
Street in downtown
Soldiers clad in Spanish-
American War-era garb from
Fort Clinch State Park will be
walking tours of Centre Street 1
for a small fee, and artists and
rafters will transform the
street into a marketplace.
Younger visitors can partic-
ipate in pifiata breaking at 1
p.m. and 4 p.m. Area restau-
rants will offer Latin dishes
and a street dance will be
held from 7-10 p.m. with the
rhythmic sounds of Ya' Gozo'.
For information contact the
Beach-Yulee Chamber of
Commerce at 261-3248.
Hope House and Habitat
for Humanity of Nassau
County present Gospel, Grits
and Jazz, a fund-raising
brunch that will be held from
11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct.
23 at Walkers Landing at the
Amelia Island Plantation. All
proceeds will go to Habitat for
Humanity of Nassau County
and Hope House, not-for-prof-
it agencies, to fund the build-
ing of a Habitat for Humanity
home for a Gulf Coast family
that relocated to Nassau
County after Hurricane
The event includes a
brunch and live entertainment
from a jazz band and gospel
singers. The suggested dona-
tion is $100 per person. RSVP
to 261-3693 by Oct. 21 or mail
a check, made out to New
Hope, Inc., to P.O. Box 502,
Femandina Beach, FL 32035.
"Heart to Heart'
Join "Women to Women,
Heart to Heart," an informa-
tional time of food and fellow-
ship on Oct. 24 at Memorial
United Methodist Church, 601
Centre St. in Maxwell Hall
behind the church. Hear
parish nurse coordinator Pam
Marsden, R.N., discuss heart
disease and its effects and
early warming signs in women.
Have your personal risks eval-
uated on a Risk Assessment
Light refreshments will be
available at 9:45 a.m. and the
talk will begin at 10:15 a.m.
RSVP Monday-Thursday at
261-5769 between 8:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. The free event
is sponsored by United
PHOTOS B M HANNON MALCOM NEVSLEADER
JK Jumpers employee Jonathan Freeman gives Nassauville res-
ident Undsey Russell, 7, a lift on the wall of Velcro featured at
a cookout at Nassau Baptist Temple hosted by Nassau County
Fire-Rescue on Oct. 1, above. The event raised 8886 for equip-
ment for local fire stations. Below, Nassau County Fire-Rescue
paramedic Tracy Dunman-Berger shows 3-year-old Gabriel
Boone the department's new ambulance. Boone's mother,
Shirley Boone, said she brought Gabriel to the cookout because
he loves firefighters. "He wants to be a fire truck when he
grows up," she said, laughing. "Not a fireman, but a fire
I there is a dentist in
Mayberry his name would
be Mark Olbina. Some peo-
ple take issue with my call-
ing our island community
Mayberry-By-the-Sea. I mean it
with heartfelt affection and appre-
ciation for my island home.
Every parade is treasured;
every cheerful greeting and
short trip to pick something up is
The people of Mayberry are Dic
ever friendly and, yes, competent
and always there for each other.
So Dr. Olbina would be in good F
company with the people of
Mayberry Andy, Opie and Aunt'
Bee and, of course, Barney Fife, and
Floyd Lawson, Gomer Pyle and for o
there's always a dentist for
e,,' "'s'' Ernest T. time warp is a good thing. an unrelentingE
Bass. The lI there were a Mayberry citi- Drooling blood,
popular TV zenship test, Dr. Olbina would to a mirror to a:
show win in a New York minute. I took inventory
shared a Remember that a New York wobbly front toi
timeless minute is quite a bit faster than a ty.
and heart- Mayberry minute. On top of ev
warming A Mayberry minute may take were leaving on
portrayal of hours, as you would take the time day. What to do
American to stop and.chat a while before list. Dr. 0, who
small-town getting down to the business at ready to leave t(
life during hand. time at a dental
kie'Anderson simpler Why am I nominating Dr. When he heard
times, Mark Olbina? He came to my res- he'd meet me a
"' where tra- cue. minutes.
ROM THE ditional val- Early one morning and half No one likes
PORCH ues were asleep, I let our two dogs out for fist office, but I
cherished, their morning airing. Turning because I knew
people respected and cared back to go into the dark house I prides himself i
one another. Sometimes a miscalculated and collided with patients at ease
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19. 2005
:WS-LEADER /iFERNANDINA BEACH, FL
a lady in distress
, I made my way
assess the damage.
y cut lip and a
oth. It wasn't pret-
erything else we
n a trip the same
? I dialed our den-
was just getting
o volunteer his
clinic in Yulee.
my plight he said
t his office in 10
trips to the den-
was not worried
that Dr. Olbina
n putting his
and making sure
they feel no pain. Visits for my
regular cleaning are always pain-
less and the friendly atmosphere
of the office is comforting.
Following instructions, I
opened wide and the news was
not good. The loose tooth was
broken, but it could be temporari-
ly glued and I could continue on
the planned trip.
"You can smile, but don't
chew," Dr. Olbina instructed me
as he sent me on my way.
How blessed we are to live in
community where a caring pro-
fessional makes time to help a
lady in distress.
Dickie Anderson welcomes
your comments at dickiemm@
GLENDA S JENKINS.NEW5`LEADER
Jan Christiansen of Micah's Place pins Fernandina Beach Police Chief Chip Hammond with a
purple ribbon recognizing October as "Domestic Violence Awareness Month" at the city com-
mission meeting Oct. 4.
St. Peter's Episcopal
Church Women's Holiday
Bazaar Preview Party will be
held from 6-8 p.m. on Oct. 28
at the church hall, 801 Atlantic
The party includes hours
d'oeuvres, wine and the first
choice to purchase a variety
of handmade crafts, quilts,
plants, preserves, pickles,
baked goods, holiday decora-
tions and previously own-ed
treasures. Entrance fee is
On Oct. 29 at 9:30 a.m. the
bazaar is open to the public
free of charge and will present
the same offerings.
PEOPLE Continued on 11B
American Legion announces its officers for 2005-6. They are, from left, Curtis Brown, Sons of
Legion Commander; Sue Melogy, Auxiliary President; and Keith Baker, American Legion
Commander. Sons of Legion meetings are held the third Monday each month. Auxiliary meet-
ings are the first Tuesday and American Legion meets the first Monday. For more information,
COMUIY C IPBg
PHOTOS BY DONNA PAZ'FOR THE NEWS-LEADUk
Friends of the Library Book Sale organizers Flora Swanson and
Betty Dickson delight in.th. turnout and, fund isedo i -iy: ,
port the F'Fiandina Beach bratich, above. Barbara rNodel rand'
Joe Wise, left, enjoy browsing books knowing the proceeds will
be used to purchase more books for the library.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 AROUND TOWN News-Leader
Pet costume contest
The second annual Pet
Halloween Costume Contest
sponsored by Bark Avenue Pet
Boutique will be held Oct. 22 at 9
a.m. in Central Park. Registration
is 85 per pet. All proceeds will go
to the Humane Society of the
United States for Katrina Relief.
Spooky story time
Join storyteller Anita Haller
for a special spooky story time at
4 p.m. on Oct. 26 at the
Fernandina Beach branch library.
The FCCJ Nassau Outdoor
Education Center, 76396 William
Burgess Blvd. in Yulee, will host a
Haunted House, Haunted
Hayride, and Haunted Forest on
Oct. 22, Oct. 28, and Oct 29 from
7-11 p.m. each night
Admission is S2 per event or
85 for all three. Refreshments will
be available. All proceeds will be
donated to the United Way/Com-
munity Health Charities, the
Donna Hicken Foundation and
Take Stock in Children. Events
are appropriate for ages 9-99.
For information call the
Nassau Outdoor Education
Center at (904) 5484490.
Humane trickor treat
Mom, dad and the kids are all
Tombstones, skeletons and other spooky decorations welcome patrons at Beef 0 Brady's on
14th Street in Fernandina Beach.
invited to the Trick or Treat with
the Animals of the Nassau
Humane Society from 6-8 p.m. on
Oct. 29 at the shelter, 671 Airport
Road. (Sorry, no family pets, .
please!) Enjoy a safe, fun night of
trick or treating. The dogs want
to show you some tricks! The
event is free but donations are
Classic Ballroom Dancing will
hold a Halloween Ballroom
Dance on Oct 30 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center audi-
torium. Admission is $10 per per-
son. A complimentary group
class will begin at 5 p.m. The
dance starts at 6 p.m. For more
information call 707-6762.
Trick or treat
Trick or Treat at The Spa &
Shops, Amelia Island Plantation,
from 3-6 p.m. Oct. 31. This will be
fun for the entire family. Children
can go from store to store to col-
lect candy. Don't forget to wear
Meet at the Spa of the Spa &
Shops for a Haunted Hayride and
Haunted Sunken Forest.
For those that get spooked
easily, enjoy a hayride around the
resort and venture through the
sunken forest from 7-8 p.m. Cost
is S5 per person. For those who
love to be scared, take the ride
from 8:30-9:30 p.m. For informa-
tion call 261-6161, ext. 5236.
Five Points Baptist Church
presents "Hallelujah Fest" from
6-8:30 p.m. on Oct. 31. A
Christian alternative to Hallo-
ween, this event features fun,
prizes, food, games, candy,
music, hayrides, puppets and
more. Everyone is welcome to
this free event. For information,
call 261-4615 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Hi, I've been named
Christopher and I'm going to
share with you the great
story why. See, last August
on a really hot day I was
locked in a car and a won-.
derful law enforcement offi-
cer spotted me. Well, he just
broke right into the vehicle
to rescue me, guess you
could say I used up at least
one of my nine lives that
day. This hero of mine is
also very smart because he
knew that the notch in my
ear meant that some time
ago the Cats Angels had test-
ed, neutered and given me a
rabies vaccine, so be
brought me straight away
back to the Angels' Thrift
Store. That very day a nice
Angel Lady took me over to
the vet doctor house where I
was re-tested and re-vacci-
nated. In other words, they
got me all fixed up so I can
now be adopted by some
nice folks who won't ever
lock me up in a car on a
streaming hot day! Oh, my
name, well I was named
after my hero, so thanks
again Chris for saving me.
Anyone interested in meet-
ing me or anyone of the sev-
eral dozen kitties hanging
out here at the Thrift Store
can stop by Monday through
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
for a visit. Plus all the great
stuff for sale here is just
incredible and I know 'cause
I get out of my cage to check
it out daily. Also, booths at
the ABC Christmas are still
available. For information
pop in or call 321-2267.
Shriners membership ceremonial includes a parade
Fernandina Beach Shrine Club
will open its doors to nonr-menibers
as it hosts a Fall Ceremonial (mem-
bershipinitiation for Shrinees in
North Florida) on Saturday.
The events beginwith the' first
section of the Ceremonial at Peck
Center Auditorium at 11th and Elm
streets at 9 a.m.
There will be a Shriner Parade
at 11 a.m. beginning at Central
Park, proceeding west on Ash
Street to Second Street and return-
ing to the park traveling east on
'The parade will include Shriner
favorites such as clowns, go-carts,
motorcycles, bands, buggies, and
The Arch Ceremony will begin
at 4 p.m. at the Best Western on
Sadler Road. The Arch Ceremony
is a short play depicting the
Masonic membership levels that
lead up to the Shriners organization
and is open to the public.
Fernandina Beach Shrine Club
and Morocco Shriners support the
Shriners Hospitals for Children,
who have been providing special-
ized medical care for children for
more than 80 years at no cost to the
patients' families, any third-party
payer.or any government agency.
Children under 18 with ortho-
pedic problems or burn injuries
receive free. medical care at
Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Call 1-800-237-5055 for more infor- .
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We offer Steaks, Chicken and
a Variety of Fried, Broiled or Grilled Seafood.
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New Hours: Closed Mondays;Tues.-Sun. I lam-9pm
53 U.S. 17 South Yulee (904) 225-0493
Serving the ffeshest'seafood, and more,
in a casual family-friendly atmosphere.
Nightly 5:30pm 10:00pm
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FLORIDA'S PREMIER ISLAND RESORT'
6800 JPrst Coast Highway Amelia Island, Pl. 32034
Hi! My name is Cody and I
am a terrier mix puppy. Here
I am in deep thought over a
toy. Playing is hard work. I
am white with some spots of
tan around my ears, eyes,
an&dAaok. I am. anoat42,. ,,
weekswbd nowi landHwill prob-t
ably weight about 20 pounds
when I am fully grown. I love
to play, especially with kids,
dogs and toys. So if you have
any of these things for me to
play with,, then I am your
kind of puppy.
Stripes is a laid-back kind
of girl. She likes to be around
people, be petted, and take
catnaps. She is about 2 or 3
years old and is a light gray
and orange calico. She is
already spayed and had her
front paws declawed. She
needs a loving home where
she will be pampered.
If you would like to meet
these two as well as the many
other animals at Nassau
County Animal Care and
Control, call or come by. The
shelter is located on License
Jack, a male, 9-year-old,
13-pound Maltese is quiet
and mellow and LOVES to go
on walks. He can live with
other dogs but no cats.
Save the Animals Rescue
Society, Inc. works to find
homes for abandoned and/or
mistreated animals from
Nassau County. The adop-
tion fee is $125-S200,
which helps to cover veteri-
STARS does not run a
shelter. Animals are fostered
by STARS members until a
suitable and caring home is
STARS needs new foster
homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase
For more inforat0n,
contaWSTANV 'W ,
sofamelia.org, or by calling
(904) 491-3107, or writing
to PQ..Box 893,,earn.andin,
Beaohl.L 32035,, -, **-
NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY
Drive across the street from
the Department of Motor
Vehicles on A1A in Yulee.
Hours are Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday
and Thursday from 8 a.m. to
7 p.m.; and Saturday from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
SUPPORT MUSic EDUCATION IN NASSAU COUNTY
(1 sLJ'. P.O. Box 8134
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$595 Lobsters 11am-1 Opm
AUCE Wings 1pm-5pm
(RE-ORDERS 'TIL 6PM)
Monday Pasta Night
Tuesday AUCE Fried Popcorn Shrimp & Fish
Wednesday AUCE Wings 4-8pm
Thursday Steak and Bake $9.95
Friday & Saturday Dungeness Crab Legs
(All Specials Dine-In Only)
SATURDAY GAME DAY SPECIALS
AUCE WINGS $8.95
$5 PITCHERS OF BUD or BUD LIGHT
ey410 G ooe '7 e S"er,
.The Nassau Humane
Society, board, staff and vol-
unteers are celebrating an
excellent adoption year, with
homes found for 584 dogs
and cats during its first year
in Fernandina Beach. Now
Johnny and Jack want a shot
at a new home. Poor Johnny
was in a home that had
another very, very big
aggressive male dog that
kept picking on him. The
other dog just wanted to be
alone. One day he got hold of
Johnny by the neck and real-
ly did some damage. That's
when the Humane Society
got involved. His neck is all
healed now and he is work-
ing on his trust of other
dogs. He still is a little fright-
ened, but it is getting much
better. He is very loyal and
protective, especially of kids
and women. Not too great
trusting men. This is very
common with this breed, a
"German Min Pin." Now
Jack the cat is another story.
He never met a person he
didn't like! Both are avail-
able for adoption and can be
viewed online at www.nas-
sauhumanesociety.com or by
DINNER FOR 2
Tues., Wed., Thurs. $55"
(Exclusive of Tax & Gratuity. Maximum of 6 guests)
Includes Bottle of Wine
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.2005 AROUND TOWN News-Leader
PEOPLE continued from 9B
The University of North Florida
will confer an honorary Doctorate
of Humane Letters degree to
Cape Town, at 7
p.m. on Nov. 12,
in the Fine Arts
Hall. Prior to the
conferment, there will be a ques-
tion and answer session between
the Nobel Peace Prize winner
and UNF President John A.
Delaney. The event is free and
open to the public. Tickets are lim-
ited and may be ordered online at
www.unf.edu. Click on the yellow
Fall 2005 Lectures link;
Bereaved parents service
Plans are being made for the
annual Bereaved Parents Candle-
light Service scheduled for Dec. 4
at St. Peter's Episcopal Church at
The group's database has
been lost, so those interested in
helping should call Rosa
Chambliss at Amelia's Blooming
Baskets at 277-2797, or come by
the shop and leave their name,
address, telephone number and
their child's name.
Bereaved parents and caring
community members are wel-
come to participate in planning
The next planning meeting will
be today at 4 p.m.
The Low Vision Support Group
will host speaker Dr. Guyer, a low
vision specialist at the Mayo
Clinic, at 2 p.m. on Oct. 27 at
Guyer will present a lecture on
identifying eye diseases, their
effects and devices to help low-
vision people. He will answer
questions following the lecture.
Everyone is welcome to attend,
including families and friends of
people with low vision problems
who want to know more about low
vision diseases and adaptive
RSVP by Oct. 20 to Anne
Ouicke at 277-3551. ,
The Men's Newcomers Club of
Amelia Island Will hold its October
luncheon meeting at the Feman-
dina Beach Golf Club at 11:30 -.
a.m. Oct. 20. Guest speaker'Will' l
be Mibhael Boyle, News-Leader
c columnist and former F.B.I. agent
on "'Why I love living in Nassau
County/Femandina Beach; The
good, the bad, and the future."
The Alzheimer's and Dementia
Support Group for Nassau
County will meet from 1:30-2:30
p.m. on Oct. 20 at the Council on
Aging in Fernandina Beach. The
meetings are open to the public
and anyone who has an interest
is encouraged to attend.For fur-
ther information contact Ann
Smith, R.N., at 261-0701.
The Micah's Gala Committee
is completing final preparations
for the Fall Benefit on Oct. 21.
Items at the gala will include jew-
elry, fur stoles, children's Pedal
Planes and a 2006 Chrysler,
Raffle tickets for the car may
be purchased at Compass Bank,
First National Bank of Nassau
County and 1st Coast Community
Bank. Anyone interested in
attending the gala, call Micah's
Place at 491-6364.
Explore the events faced by
Jacksonville civilians during and
after the Civil War. Meet Ranger
Lee at the campground on Little
Talbot Island State Park on Oct.
22 at 6 p.m. for a fascinating pres-
antation. Non-campers, stop by
,he Ranger Station before attend-
ing the program ($4 per vehicle).
No reservations necessary. For
more information call the Ranger
Station at (904) 251-2320.
Rhonda Britten, star of TV's
"Starting Over" and author of,
Fearless Living will discuss "I
Stronger than your Migraine"
22 from 11 a.m. to noon atth
Southern Women's Show, Pr
Osbome Convention Center,
1000 Water St. in Jacksonvill
For more information or tc
order a free migraine tool kit,
sumers can log on to
The Gullah Geechee Cult
Center and Museum of Geor
and Southern South Carolina
presents "Trail of (Saltwater)
Tears, the Other Harriets, anm
(Gullah Geechee) UndergrouL
Railroad" on Oct. 22 at 4 p.m
Geechee Kunda is locate(
622 Ways Temple Road,
Riceboro, Ga. (off 1-95, Exit 6
US 17 South between mile rr
er 3 and 4).
For information and direct
call Riceboro at (912) 884-44
Savannah at (912) 604-175
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tickets are $10 adults 18
older, $4 for students 6-17.
Children under 5 are free.
"A Ray of Light from Amel
Island," a one-day portrait ph
raphy event to benefit the vic
of Hurricanes Katrina and Rit
will be held Oct. 23 from 1-7
at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Is
For a tax-deduchble dona
of $50, each person or group
receive an 8x10 print from a,
minute sitting with one of five
All funds raised will go to I
Cross Hurricane Katrina relie
efforts. Corporate sponsors a
underwriting expenses and 1t
photographers receive no coi
pensation. Community voluni
and high school students will
their time during the event.
Driver court s
An AARP Drivers Safety
course will be offered from 8:
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 24 and
at First Presbyterian Church i
Fernandina Beach. Class siz
limited so call 261-3837 to er
You will save on auto insuran
upon completion of this course
The University of North Fli
offers lectures that are free ai
open to the public, although t
ets are required for some lec.
tures. Tickets can be ordered
online at www.unf.edu. Click
Ambassador Dennis Ross
featured Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m. al
University Center. Ross is the
mer U.S. peace envoy to the
A wide sampling of iiterna
al art, food, film, music and d;
highlight the Sixth Annual
International Festival at Floric
Community College's Downtc
Campus Oct. 31-Nov. 3.,,
Featured events include a
international fashion show, Af
and flamenco dance and live
music ranging from gospel to
Spanish song. All events are
and open to the public.
Downtown Campus is local
at 101 W. State St.. For more
information call (904) 633-58&
Barnabas Crisis Center's
"House of Possibilities" decor
tor's showcase and fund-raisr
will be held Nov. 2-6 at 1879
Perimeter Park Road, West,
Amelia Park in Fernandina
Tour Brylen Homes'
"Charleston," a low country m
that will showcase the talents
local decorators, from 10 a.m
p.m. Wednesday and Thursd
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Lunch and dinner wil
available, catered by KP's. Th
will be a New to You Treasure
Boutique, Silent Auction and
diamond pendant raffle.
S Tickets are $15 in advance
$20 at the door and are on ss
At Home Amelia, Barnabas
Center's New to You, Designr
the Interior (St. John's Center
Front and Centre, Golf ClUb c
Amelia Island, Latitudes and
Perfect Tan will donate 10 percent of its
October proceeds to the National Breast
Cancer Foundation, Inc. In support of
Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Make a
donation and receive a pink bracelet. Perfect
Tan is located at 1000 South 14th St. Call
"Football widows" enjoy complimentary
wine from 2-5 p.m. every Sunday and extra
special savings every Saturday and Sunday
for the month of October at The Spa &
Shops at Amella'laland Plantation. In acdi-
tion, every Sunday the spa will.61ve away a
two-night stay. Indulgent spa treatment and
romantic gift pack. You must register for each
Be Ocean Club for its members.
Oct. 261-7000 for information.
rime Season opener
Fernandina Little Theatre
e. opens its 14th season with OE
Wilde's classic comedy, "The
con- Importance of Being Earnest.
The cast includes Kim Copela
Doris Davis, Kent DuFault, T.
Eagen, Amelia Hart, Laura
McDonald, Jack Mulligan and
ural Jost Tyler; the production is
gia directed by Kate Hart.
S Performances are Nov. 4, 5, 1
11,12,17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m.
d the with a 2:30 p.m. matinee perft
ind ance on Nov. 19. Tickets are
1. $12.50 for the evening shows
d at $12 for: the matinee. A special
performance on Nov. 16 inclu
d7 on a Meet The Cast soiree at
nark- Espana Restaurant immediate
following the show; tickets for
ions evening are $14.
40, FLT is a small, intimate the
and seating is limited patrol
are advised to purchase ticke
early. Tickets for all performar
and can be purchased at FLT, 101
Beech St., or at the UPS Stoar
located in the Publix shopping
center. To purchase tickets by
mail, contact FLT at 277-2202
otog- 'Festival of Wreaths"
a, ARC/Nassau's fourth annu
p.m. Festival of Wreaths will be he
land. White Oak Plantation on Nov.
tion The theme is "Christmas Arou
will the World."
10- A social hour will be held s
pro- ing at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7
in the open-air pavilion follow
Red by a live auction. Tickets for tI
f festival with the live auction of
ire wreaths are $50 and availablE
he calling ARC/Nassau at 225-92
m- Buyers automatically qualify f(
:eers drawing of a specially designE
give wreath. Corporate table reser
tions are available for $500 w
seating for eight.
The Nassau County
45 Corporation (NCCDC) will hoe
125 annual Peck-Community Ban
in at p.m. on Nov. 5 at the Atla
Avenue Recreation Center in
roll Femandina Beach.
ice The speaker will be Georg
3e. Thompson, local contractor, b
nessman and developer. The
public is invited to enjoy an
evening of warm community f
orida lowship and a delicious meal.
rid Proceeds will benefit the
ick- NCCDC scholarship fund anc
other organization sponsored
In Make reservations by callii
n 261-_4_ ,-'Flr?864,, 261-384
3is 261-4396. The donation is $3
afor- Speed dating
Meet interesting profession
singles from Jacksonville and
rounding areas in a series of
Upcoming events are Nov.
downtown St. Augustine and I
ition- 14 in downtown Jacksonville.
ance Register online at www.Pre
Dating.com/jax or call 1 -877-4
la 3328. E-mail: jacksonville@pi
n Medicaid summit
rican The Nassau County
Community Alliance, in conjure
tion with the Nassau County
free Health Department, is sponsor
r a summit on Medicaid reform
ated Nov. 8 from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
the Full Service School on Fe
95 or Road in Yulee.
The summit is open to the
public and organizers expect 1
have state and local officials p
ent to help answer questions
a- collect comments from citizen
er providers and consumers. Foi
more information contact Jam
SAdkins at 261-2213 or janet
odel Tlne Ritz-Carlton, Amelia
of Island Beaujolais Nouveau
.-4 Festival will be held Nov. 17'fr
ay, 5-8 p.m.
After guests raise acham-
Spagne toast to those who deli'
I be the 2005 vintage, the corks or
rere new Beaujolais Nouveau will
is popped and a variety of wines
a be offered for sampling.
There will be hors d'oeuvre
e, food stations with made-to-orc
leat delicacies and illuminated ice
S of Cost is $57 per person, inc
), ing tax and gratuities. Call the
f resort at 277-1028 or Ritz-Car
AIP reservations at 800-241-3333
The Nassau Humane Society and
Redbones Dog Bakery and Boutique will
hold a "Coming Home Dog Adoption" from
10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Nov. 12 under the tent In
Redbones "Barking Lot," 809 S. Eighth St.
Also, every Saturday is "Puppy Kissing"
day at Redbones. Hold an adoptable puppy
from the Nassau Humane Society and
donate $1 to get real puppy kisses. For infor-
mation contact Nassau Humane Society at
321-1NHS or Redbones at 321-0020.
The second annual Pet Photos with
Santa will be held at Bark Avenue Pet
Boutique, 1008 Atlantic Ave., on Nov. 12 and
19. The cost is $18 per 5x7 photo. Proceeds
benefit Spay Nassau. Appointments are
required. Call 261-2275.
Call A3C Christmas Bazaar
Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA is
accepting vendor applications
its fourth annual ABC Christmc
Bazaar, Nov. 19, from 10 a.m.
scar 4 p.m., at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center auditorium.
Dozens of artists, business
and, and craftspeople have booths
start as low as $25. There will
a silent auction, door prize dra
ings, the Cat Caf6 featuring
Beth's famous chili and a cat/k
0, Stop by the Cats Angels Th
Store, 869 Sadler Road, Suite
orm- (behind the Loop Pizza Grill, Ic
for the blue awning) for more
,' information. The store is open
1. Monday through Saturday, 11
des a.m. to 5 p.m., or call 321-226'
ely leave a message.
Dater The 19th Annual Christmas
ns Arts and Crafts Festival will be
ts held Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p
ices and Nov. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4
4 p.m. at the Morocco Shriners
e Center, 3800 St. Johns Bluff R
9 S. Admission is $3 for adults ($
with coupon); kids under 12 ar
2or free. For more information call
(904) 642-5200, ext. 10.
jal All former Marines who wei
Id at members of Company B 4th
5. Assault Amphibian Bn., also
und known as the "Iron Gators," ar
invited to a reunion with Bravo
;tart- Company USMCR during the
p.m. Marine Corps Birthday Ball on
ed Nov. 19. The Marine Corps wil
he 230 years old this year and the
f the "Iron Gators" USMCR Unit will
e by 50 years old. For more informal
355. tion visit the web site at www.ir
or a gators.com/mcball.html, or call
ed" Sgt. Klein at (904) 542-1751.
A Terrific Teen etiquette cla!
is scheduled Nov. 20 from 11 a
to 3 p.m. at The Ritz-Cariton,
Amelia Island for children in
grades six through 11.
st its Register by calling Jaime
quet Hamilton of The Volusia Acade
ntic of Etiquette at (386) 676-0777,
by e-mail at jlhamilton5@
usi E Beauty pageant
A Holiday Angel Beauty
Pageant will take place during
el- Yulee Holiday Festival on Dec,
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Yule
I Participants must be reside
pro- of Nassau County and compete
Sunday best or pageant attire.
ng The contestsiaopen to girlaeupl
.5 or 18.yeartuhldanrd oays arto'Sf
0. 7. There will be a beauty winne
and 4 runners-up in each age
division. Three "Supreme Gra
nal Overall" winners will be awarded
sur- a crown, banner, gifts and $50
To register or for more infor
'7 in nation call Christy Johnson at
Nov. (904) 879-4949.
77 SPECIAL EVENTS
re- Calling all single men anc
women over age 55 who wou
like to be properly introduced to
possible companion by meeting
face-to-face, the old-fashioned
nc- way. This is a one-time event ii
the fall. This is not a business,
ring simply a social event with drinf
on and light buffet. It is by invitatic
at only, but you must call and sigi
Imor up first so there will be even rn
bers. ; : :
SCall Helene Scott at 321-11
)res- Keep Nassau Beautiful,
and Inc.'s annual holiday Poinset
s, sale is under way. The plants (
r '$9.50 each, with a portion of tl
et proceeds going to support KNI
beautification and education pe
ects throughout Nassau Count
SOrders will be taken until N(
21 to insure a wide range of cc
ors including red, pink, white!
marble (pink with white) and jir
om bells (red with white). Orders w
be ready early in December. C
KNB at (904) 548-0162.
the The University of Florida,
be Nassau County Extension
will Service is offering a 12-week
health and fitness program tl
,s, will meet two times a week on
der most Wednesday and Thursda
dis- mornings at the Peck Center
gymnasium (Elm and 11th
lud- streets) in Fernriandina Beach.
S Class will meet from 10 am
Iton 11:30 am, the first day and 9:31
S 11 a.m. the second day. The pi
Collections of Stein Mart will host a ben-
efit for the clients of Micah's Place through
"Girls Night Out" from 6-9 p.m. on Nov. 13.
A $10 ticket will provide food samples by
Applebee's, manicures by Nassau Nails,
makeup makeovers by Chanel, haircuts by
local hairdressers and health and fitness by
the Amelia Wellness Center. Proceeds of a
silent auction will go to Dignity U Wear, a non
profit organization whose mission Is to pro-
vide brand new clothes for a brand new life at
no cost to the recipient. Stein Mart Is located
at 814 Sadler Road.
Scrap N Around Amelia will hold "crop
night" classes from 6-10 p.m. Friday.
Classes are $5 per person. Call 206-4121 for
A Mommy and Me scrapbook class will be
held Oct. 22 for ages 6-12. Cost is $15.
gram runs through Dec. 15.
Participants must bring a mat (for
floor exercises) and hand-held (2
for pound, 3 pound, 5 pound)
as weights for muscle and bone
The registration fee is $35
(pro-rated for those who sign up
es mid-course) and includes a
that pedometer, bottled water at each
be session, nutrition information and
w- the weekly recipe.
Contact Meg McAlpine, Family
it- and Consumer Sciences Agent,
University of Florida Extension
rift Service, at (904) 879-1019 or
7 321-5715 for information and/or to
>ok register. Space is limited to 20.
The Univerqity of Florida
Extension Service will provide a
7 to confidential financial service to
residents of Nassau County from
1-3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Barnabas Centre, 11 South 11th
St., Fernandina Beach.
Consultations are free and on
p.m. an individual basis. Call 261-7000
to schedule an appointment with
Meg McAlpine, University of
oad Florida, Family and Consumer
$2 Sciences Agent. Each appoint-
e ment willrlast 1 hour and can be
scheduled any Wednesday
through Nov. 23.
A special "How To Budget For
The Holidays" workshop will be
e held on Wednesday Nov. 30 from
re 1-2:30 p.m. at the Barnabas
e Brenda Carr and Shaw Lane
of Fernandina Beach Middle
School are planning a trip to
Europe in May 2006. The 10-day
Sbe trip will include sightseeing in
Vienna and Prague. In Vienna,
e stroll across the abbey-palace of
a- Melk and visit the Schonbrunn
ron- Palace and its gardens. In Prague
a guided tour will take the group
through Hradcany Castle. with
time to promenade on the 14th
century Charles Bridge. Call the
ss school at 491-7938 for more infor-
All seniors are invited to get
together for bingo at the Jane
Adams House, 1550 Nectarine
amy St. in Femandina Beach, from
or 9:30-11 a.m. Wednesday.
Coffee, breakfast snacks, nice
people and prizes. Call 261-9494.
the The Class of '86 20-year
.3 reunion committee will meet at
e 11:30 a.m. Oct. 22 at Sliders
Seaside Grill, 1998 S. Fletcher
nts Ave. Everyone is welcome to
te in come share your ideas. For infor-
mation, call 277-2606.
S bhe Class of 1965 will meet
Oct. 21-22. Contact Blanche
Griffin at 261-8992 or Marsha
Carman at 261-3317 for informa-
tion. Call everyone you know.
The Class of 1956 is having
its 50th reunion May 26 and 27,
2006. If anyone has the correct
address for the following, please
contact Gail Wesley Geiger at
1627 Calhoun St., Femandina
Beach, FL 32034 or call 261-
8206: Joe Cottle, A.L. Elder,
Diana Morgan, Edward Morgan,
Grant Adams, Shirley Carter, Bill
Fair, Tommy Fair, Paul
Hershberger, Thomas King, Cecil
Montondo, Daryl Peavy, Paul
Sheffield, Sandra Wadsworth.
All toddler programs at Nassau
County Libraries are held at 10:30
a.m. After school story times,
countywide, are held at 4 p.m.
The days and locations are as
follows: Callahan branch, Mon-
days; Hilliard branch, Tuesdays;
Fernandina Branch, Wednes-
days; Yulee branch, Thursdays.
On Nov. 8 at 6.p.m. at the
Amelia Island Museum of History,
Dr. Jerry Milanich, curator in
archaeology at the Florida
Museum of Natural History in
Gainesville, and author or editor
of 2d books describing the native
societies of the Americas, will dis-
cuss his latest book, Frolicking
Bears, Wet Vultures, and Other
Oddities, which follows Amos
Cummings on his adventures
through the wilds of Florida in
The lecture will be held
upstairs in the museum. There is
a $5 fee for non-members. For
information call 261-7378.
Discover the rich history and
culture of Amelia Island, a tiny
paradise with a big place in
Florida's history books. Housed in
the historic Nassau County jail.
the Amelia Island Museum of
History showcases the island's
4,000 years of history.
Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and 1-4 p.m.
Sunday. Docent-led tours are held
at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Just a short walk from
downtown, the museum is located
at the corner of Cedar and Third
The deadline to submit items to
People & Places is 5 p.m. Thursday.
Reach Sian Perry at sperry'' ,
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Black & white male puppy. Call
If you have lost your cat or dog, pis
check both animal shelterA Tr.e rJia:au
Humane Society facility is locait.d at 6- ,
Airport Rd. (next to the airport.i, -. ter,
County Animal Shelter, 86078 License Rd.
In Yulee (nextto the drivers license bldg.).
FOUND IN NASSAUVILLE C:n,nur,ja.
Please Call dceicrie,. Il. -l l I 5-14 4 ,
S104 Personals I
NEED A LAWYER? iil Crimr.iai Defense
& Personal injury, -Feloniec 'Dorm'n.r:
Violence "Ml.sdemearnor *DLiUI "Tramf.c
"Auto Accident *Wrorgrful Desat Pr.-toecr
Your' Rights". A-A-A Attorney* Referra!
SEr ice i(80d'i733-5342' FCArI
IS STRESS RUINING Yourr Life Read
DIANETICS.by Ron-L. Hubbard, Call (813)
,872-0722 dor send $7.99 rto CDriec:
3102 N Hatana 4.e Tampa, FL 3c'f-.
WILLING TO PAY for videoo tape of 20i.12
Femandina Beacn rhior cnool ygradualsoo
A'-o, illtirig to pat fo r 1973, FEHS ,ear
t*uOk Plea-e contact t Tia at 491-'80-9
ALL ACCIDENTS & injur, Clai.:,
Automobile, Dike'-oat'Ous, nirimal otri
workers com-ensati,:n wrongri, l ,eath
nursing riGomE ri)ur,. IPror-rct ,our
Rights A-A-A Artorne, Rel-.rral Ser.ire
DIVORCE 52'5-5350" Co..ers cnirdren
etc Onil ore signraturet r:q d 'E.-:lud
govt fees. Call .eekday'( 18C00 162-200.
ext 600 f83m-7pm). Alts a -.c.r-, LLC
Ectcoli-hed 1977. FCAN
WANTED: Old u S Coirn coll.i.:r..:n T.m:,
prices o, DOne ternm or entir.: etrate Call
t904)277- 3609 evenings.
!105 Public Notice
LAW STORE LTD. r,-eprar.o,r., f itgal
documenu Drorce: rjarr, Cn sr.,.
Power of Art rrne, ard Jloiar, 5er,.i-
Lao Store LEd ,90'-1415'-"i'i2
All Real Estate ad.-er:r.ied heriiri
is .ubje.-t to tre Fea.srai Fair
H-ou.ing A-:t, wnch r Takes i li-_tdal
to ad.ertise ar',, preriernce
limitation, or ,i:crrinmnt[lorn Ca'e
on race, ;ol:or religi.:.- .-
handicap tamil.al iiatur oir nai.onail
origin, or tre Iinention [(c mal a-n,,
sucn preierErnc, hiim, ti,.: .ri .-.r
Thie riec--LeadA3*i-ir .ii nS:r[ knr. ,ingl,
accept any ad.rri,,riog .r re ,l
estate v.hicn i' i r. .- .:.iat' ,-.- or rr e
la 411 per.r:.:.-z ar r.,,rcr-,
inforrneo- -nat a dwellings
advertised are avaiable con anr equal
If ou Cbli-i c 'st iou iTIa, rna..
been a3crimrn-uat r. ag., r.: .n
c-onnetr:- waith trae ai:le rr,[nai or
financing or hou5inl, call [nE. I.ihrntd
Stares Oepartmen.rrt i:.f h:.u-i,-u nr,.j
urban Developmenr i.i-.,
1(800)669-97"7, r.r for tne nearr.n
THERE IS A LIEN ON: l 2000 :r.-e.,
IGCEC14/.95Z203675 a 1965 .-lercur,
.ITO L51989- arnd a 198 Forad
2FABP73F9KX1-156"41 irr rnC.cur,d a..ad
zrorage fee-: ra, rd vii eput Up on "ient
public auction Dec: 3, 26-15 a -t ,Cri,, at3 7:.
.1lcSwain Rd. i'90-Ci321-3422
S107 Special Occasion
OCTOBER BEAD FESTS 10],2? i.0 Ft
Myers, Clar.on Hote Ainnouncing Palm
Beacn Garaer, 11/4; 5 & 6 Am.ara Shririe
Temple. read P1lIC 6 Wire rappir.,:
cla-:es a..aiia le. irf.: at
wwwi.OctonerEearjFets.com or r. -.6,-
I 201 Help Wanted
Software desire. FT cr PT Call
(90C4'i225-0C960 or -enra resume r.,
General Drafting & De.gri. P.O eo-' 115-
',ulee, FL 32041 Inqu.rer confder.ir1ai
201 Help Wanted I 201 Help Wanted I 201 Help Wanted
for fastest growing hair cutting chain in
the _:-",Jtrea s i O p',e n ln h .r F .r. r.,an j i a
Eea,:r, c. C a1 .-'ha r, rhar,.:e t,:. ur.:,r' n,rl-
the compare, GC'e-,r clar, ard er.iEni e:
For interview call DIane (904)673-7808..
P/T INSIDE SALES Approx. 20 hrs/wk.
$8 n.:.ur .'al33 or .he. req'd. Some heavy
lift.ia. i-ir ir -r iiai,.T Co F.-rrnarn,na
Bea.cri I *-4,2 ..S 0 EOE t i F.C, ''-
Na -t ,-, :. u ri rr, I-a a n a ,p:..-ni g for
Library Assistant I at $10.05 hourly plus.
tbenet-.fit e uire lgh scr.:hcol diplor,-,i :,,-
,EDO and ore ,-.ar o e.per-ence r,,
ue,'e'ral LDPrar, Cu,, cmer S.r.i.:e .uhl[r
Ofe1 .51 aiid -Irt..r ; lie. nse ipplc.ii riur.i
cce.pr.d rr.r:jgr. u ocro:ber c2 2:i5i: c 5aid
.:anr t. .:.t,rare .3 rin ie Humar, Pe-:ource.
iL'c:ariT i-.i[ t .:.,:re.3 ar 96161 rJa ,
Ia le lee FL -2C, Pr.,:.,rr.5 9, '13 .
5908 ra (,i ,:C-21 5 '
EOE/V. F, CL' D-iJ Fr w- .r- piac,
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for PT/FT
riju-r '.,cre ipre '" :, :,erar.,.r i ,ri r [,;E .
-rad 't .rr .i.rk sr. T,-: n t Ip. n tu.r
Resum- i. LCG 141- Sarjir fd .;222
FB, FL 320i4. "tnn Roger or p.:ck up p.pi:
at The UPS Store "next to Publix.
OWNER OPERATORS NEEDED
Fernar..],r, area j,. traler EdE 3 Call
Sue onr.'r' t1I00 392-419- 7
ACCOUNTING CLERK E.p-lr.nce.:
Plea':e tra reu'ri.- -aian, requireme5nrK
CDLA OTR DRIVERS TIani 5[i:r. n
.01. l-r:prr,. 1000,. ,lror & rhc.l. ciiINn
Deoe ft. *.-'-,,iir, e, quipmert. Relure" 1
Cr CT H' .trr, & odut.-e-. i'321.i202-
GLASS SHOP HELP WANTED 1 ia::
Tecnnricoan ) rra ,e : r esp i,-- e:_-r,. 1
rar.,d:r irn Cnr-rucion ,r o er ea rra1'nee
,,eed Gd I rugy & a,i:ih,:.- -re orkpilace
riI/ at.ic.I-I a .a ,lIi le I[ 1 i S eirn "t.
,:.r 0 r ,..r -e I i:- I i2 l I-:' ,i .
MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS & Models -
a15ke I -'.I30, i All ages fa.:--
,5nre.j e', reQurQ FT'PT
l' 1,:C,,l4 65 c F,' rl
iRRiGATICri & LAtrDSCAPE irJTIALLLATiOrj
TECHi:H CRO'LCi r iIJTEriAhiCE
[i.n.iTium I ar .1 pe Ariere, .ijatr r a.e a
-0c-iO Oar i..i. recor.j' PART-TiME iJLIUkrE ,
MELP Srome DiaL r kr.owleage hellp.rul
appiicalion can Be 5 u-,.mirr--d t,:i 4J'4431
E :,[ ate d 200 i Ali i. Fernandina
6e..:-r,. FL 32i:-34 or .all (90J i26 -50-0u
'- E !RE i DJRUG FPEE PWORi
Production Artist Needed -'Production
Graphic a'.-ir nrdee,. [o prerh,'rir and,
c.:.rrect cii .i-i" .lJl, l lic a -.i rf, "end
-.r"ep eI prO,'. I .:r, :r. I.-: ,'r prii', n -'
Proficiency 1t5 alt popular 'graphic design
program r ret u d i r .-Aobe Corel IQuar- i
Laryg-. -r m o5tr I i3rt .- ',er,-, cce p13 1 -
IOt a rr ati.e 'ip.:ri'.- F,.- .resume
,(904)548-0345 or email
ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE is
currently .accepting a.ppil.:r5r,:ri.- .-.r
5lunar, ,help. Duties ,,.:IJde ,.a.rin.g
.Jr, i'n and ironing assorted linen, and
ueodinr for the Inn. Prior experience is
.helpful but not reduilrd Position is part-
riTIe I -3 c but Tan reO,:,Te ,ll r i rinme
. n r-. jure 1u: r tu e aple ,to .*E ork
weekends and- holidays. No phone calls
please,, apply in person at 98 South
Fl.ercher '..er,.u Amelia Island, FL.
PLUMBERS ONLY No -,eirer l.'e j FT
pljiTs t.r ri u-i5ta. alh .r,..er cern.,,: .
e r,,-r: nr.- re.:,ierial pluiTIt'iQ repair/
repipe & commercial work. 40 hrs.+/wk.
Call E.'-r 2. i- S i6 io,,.Fri, .T,r, ,'a
OLYMPIC STEEL has an immediate
openr.g ,fr o an entry level : Inside
Sal :periron,'Cleirical l.c.storn in the
,ciwi'to,-,r Ferrnirid.na Be3acri, FL office.
Full [ime, nclud.ng brenefits EOED
P'Or-,ion Qualific.,ron Preferern.:es
A* i leati 1 eaor of customer cerri,:e or
releor.re eaad anrati,-. experience.
* Oarr,i-. iuen'.:, a plua .
Please e-maill resumes 'to:
oi ieetlrad.ri jo.la_4 i- Ei,i'eeil ccmTi or fax
STABLE CAREER IITM.ediate r.per.ino=
FO'-Ir, a.- a:lse for i periencJ CDL
riolier licO ,':..mpan, funded truck ari.er
tranrng artferea. Foiar.:al at instance for
Hurr.:-ne v 'ictimc-t 18"7 PRIr-E-JiOB
v'i',' prirmr.i : r .:-m FC'AI
MAINTENANCE 3u hrs wkk
RFeume'api, iin person r1ic-ri or Weda)
C.:..jnr, ,.je Aprs 1105 S 13th r...,
Ferr.ra.n.a B-:r FL 190-4'1i2 -2103
THE NEW HOME DEPOT in iutlie i norw
.r,, r .-i, le Asocate -i Kchen
C.--:ira,er"t. Fiorinq S ec:iaIli[, Carert,
. LO Artenaanr c. Tc acpi,. 0o tO rrie
Ja: au. Woriec.-,urr, C.rrer 9604-12 LOf nrn
Square ir.e, to Wtinnr-De.el rule- FL
S/E & 3-STATE Run T.T Dri.ers. Home
weekernas. itlieag pa,, r.ernefitz. 411K.
Traire,-:. uelcme lMiami area Exp. req.
IIur,,r a5e, Ci--,A CP L. L',pres-. Truck
Lit-ne" iQ"]SJi-1351 FCArn
DELIVER FEMA RVS for p.,/' A
nar.icr.ai R'a ,ei.-r, -.er.nice la:
.TT..iJ.ate ne-ed for qu 5lilia conrracrort-
rG aelS'er n'7j k'. rriierira fr:,m factories
6 dealer ic- -iurrcarie relef site Thi' ie
a great 6 ,a, for /Ou 1c. help the vIctims.
Pies a log -:on [oda ,
.i,,." n..rz:.ntra-r.p r ,-r.,m FCAfJ
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT-Tre Boys.
& Gtiril Clui .,f nrasau Count, i.Florida)
Foundation eek- ar- exp'd. -Fund Raiser to
:c.ordrinate & lead gift cultivation &
",:oci[a[cion from all potential sour:es'of
funding ipri.ate, corporate, foundation &
public) ana to manage & administer
Foundation Office. This position requires
approx. 201 nr:',-, & reports to the
Foiuna3tion Board Send resumes to
Patrick Soacdile, 4 Bea:h Walker Rd.,.
Amelia Isi.. FL 3203-1
5600 WEEKLY ,-.:,rking rnr.:-.ug, [rhe
go..ernment part-uime ri e
- -14. FCArl
ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE teekenrd
PT front desk t.O do nirir audit .pm.
llpm + mid tifuft 11 -.ron-,pm P-lea-e
appl,.ir. person, i) S Flescher A.e
Driter CDL-A req 0
Home Every Night &
SA,.g. i888 I 1018v ti
iNo ToUCh Fregrt
6':-'6 Preloadeo Pretarpedc
Sunday calls welcome!
1ack on,. ile, FL Termiinal
Food and Beverage Service Staff
Needed Great tceneit cpacka- anrd
curirig edce -c-rik ernirornmiert. Pvr:- iTe
ana full time Appi, at Trhe G.lf Clut or
Amrellas isiana, 4-00i Amelia island
Parkv a/. '904-)277-6C015
DRIVER Covenant Transport.
Excellent pa& E. benefits for eprer.encea
r,.'ers, 0/O, Soios, Teams & Craduate
Students. Bonuses ajaiabile. Refrigerate
now, a'.aiiable. (886M.ORE PA', i881'66-
LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT T
Immediate Openings for motivated and experienced
Landscape Maintenance Crew Leaders
Valid Driver's License
*. 3 years experience
4, 1nglisn/Spanlsh helpful
SLandscaped Maintenance Technician
Valid Driver's License Helpful
Experienced or' Will Train
Join 1the team al Marnex Services.
Sernaly rjesuri..py ( ..q.(i9Q4) 261-0821,
or call us a1(904) 261-5304.
or email 10 email@example.com EOE
INSURANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE 440 hi,-,-.e Ph.on.-
(9,-,41321-1998 Fa, tC04.i32141-143.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT Efp .
refere-,...e re uire .I llr.in r.:. tra.il ,o ;
Orange Park a[ iea:r oince a vek Fa>.
r e -u ,Tm e t o l ,4 ,12 -', ..- 5e ,
LOCAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance cuT.,Ter ser.I.:.'
representat.e 4.1 hiicen.-e preterre, uti
not require. Pr.r.-e i9,4 ,2'51.0t,"', fa."
(904)261-269,4. .' ..
Full & Part-Time Positions Available -
Cold Storne Crean-er, 53-.36!6
AMELIA GARDEN CENTER Part-time
positic,, 3a.alale-, Plant care i clean up
Must tr, abl r r,. ...-.rk .l-:,e'el .in I muL De -
able tolift 50+ lbs'. -luzr te delpend5bre &
r.a.e .31i. Ficri a dr..er'z ,.-:e re. Apply
in ,-err:or.- 3ll S err. S[ -
MTS is hiring for: Loader Operator with
paving experience. Loader/Track Hoe
Operator with .'Sludge experience.
ASV/Skid Steer with laier -exp-rier..:e
Fuel & Lube Truck Driver Class "A"
with Hazmat sirn 2 .,ears exp. Drug free
-Workplae'.ri. Da Pneii'. medical, dental,
paid -.acation o--ntact us at 261-3902 or
-12 P- .i'1eil Roa FE.
'Full or part-time SaIe- As-socate position.
Grea: r.[ail uro; -.r rc- er.eninas closed
Sunday 100'.. nesllr, oe ereit for .full
Stine'. Frir.li,, teamn.-onrilned 'work
er. ir:.r.ment. in:iorcornmmi'-o0r. Call Brett
PT RETAIL MERCHANDISERS Join our
team Our.. merchandisers stock' sm.
rreezers in I:,:cal area. grocer, -fores
Currently we are looking for PART-TIriME
people 'in Hilliard & Callara,- 1-800-733-
2999 ext. 602. www.superfridge.com
WORKSoum JOB FAIR
Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Nassau WorkSource Center
96042 Lofton Square
(next to Winn-Dixie)
The, NEW Home Depot in Yulee
Amelia Island Plantation Amelia Island Care Center
Satilla Temps (Clerical Jobs) Malnove (Production Jobs)
UPS Papa John's (Drivers) Royal Staffing
..- w at s s-e mma v W
Oi p l~Elrtin sisE rgrn.4ur aydaidf m ie s assia Wb^raJI5eDarIWB dall
Interested in a
1925 S. 14ih St.. Ste 5C
, Now Forming Day & Evening Classes
Call for Details
T THE RTZ-C.ARLTON"
," ~. ," t. .I EL i -L-,'r .
A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
Positions Available in:
* Valet Parking
* Food & Beverage
Currently hiring experienced
Server Assistants for Cafe 4750.
We are pleased to offer
an array of benefits that include:
Competitive wages; -medical, dental, vision coverage;
health .care and family care spending accounts; paid,
vacation; sick and holiday pay; 401(k) plan; educational
assistance program; promotions/transfers; two-day ori-
.entation; on-the-job training; employee discounts; com-
plimentary employee meals; well-tailored uniform and
so much more!
HIRING BONUSES AVAILABLE
HOURS OF APPLICATION:
Tues. 2-7pm;Wed. & Fri. 9-1 lam, 2-4pm
Please call to schedule appts. outside of application hours.
EMPLOYMENT HOTLINE 904-277-1076
Direct Line 904-277-1054 EOE/DWFP
'NA5AMUC0Ui '-T~ue re'antition-.
Frdmthnfe loW$,200os -
11,691-3,41l8 sq. ftc., i3,6 b4rooms. -'3.5.-baths
Now seIn. dvers.,hizdrobesite's~qvailble. Arinltles
include corhmunity'pool, clubh~2us.(3;. asketb&I- co'.trt and -
family recreation srga1 Easylaccess. td Jacks'onvllle-int'l
AIpoirtJhastriIle and Geotgia via+l95.- -
SOUTHEAST JAX Villages of Summer Lakes
From the high $100s
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths
Now selling. Great location near popular Tinseltown area.
Open floor plans with spacious master bedrooms and
attached 1 -car garages. Community pool and playgro'ihd.
'- (904) 627-6026
Sales office hours: Mon., -1-
SASS 0 CQO' t iartesian Po te
P Fromthe' $1 -
1,336.2,478 sq. ft; 2-4 bedrooms, 21-2,5 baths
Now selninLg'fih'atomesites. 10 unliqye fl6orptiansaailable. :
Cartesia6.lP6ihte is just minutes from te Ihtracoastal
Waterway, providihg.farily fun and water Sports like'
boating, thing and swinmihg. '
NORTHEAST JAX Daybreak Woods -
From the $180s .
1,336-3,162 sq,,ft., 3- 9drms., 2-3 baths ,
SFew homesites remain. Quick move-in horse available. ,, ,
Beautiful Dames .Piritelocation featuring nture pl'sere;
community playgrgund:-Easycormmute to naval bases. ,, -
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fbm, u tith., 1 am-60m: Suti.. 1 2-6am
REALTOR j Cooperation Welcome. rf2005 KS Home IKSHI Mariha Siacari Iling OmirnimediasInc Sl .Ighis rmes".ad Paimani iof Realist Cu-op weoulteeReaktt 10toac'Iu.-npat1y550angolF, b~ro lo
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'W kNoSant l%% %ry t -bj rciw~munlhVlin0M85llano arenor gsaa~ntedSquiare PortaWqr9 pprm Imale A~riST E CONCPINce llusratonand phoasto hea. pg adea iandscaplnagndmy
scope,e pte"tsaalln of saicre preserve silbiec io changS .and m is i'mguarantceed Maps 'litIto scala et31O'5F.28 JAx .i)276 ainrp'iismunVV
C WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 CLASSIFIEDS News-Leader
ACCESS TO COMPUTER
Work from home on-line.
.s500i-.l50so PT to
$5000 FT. '
wwW forsuneinsuccess.comf'refd =nn
Now Hiring For 2005 Postal Positions
$17.50-$59+/hr. Full benefits, paid
training & vacations. No experience
necessary. (800)584-1775 Reference
FAST-PACED MEDICAL OFFICE
seeking pleasant, detail oriented multi-
Lasker for fronr office position. Fax
resume to Leslie, (904)261-9353.
RE/MAX Professional Group seeking
highly motilatea real estate agents for
Amelia Concourse location. For
appointment call Val at (904)321-1999.
Hiring all positions.
Please apply in person,
Embers at tne Addison, 604 Ash St
APPOINTMENT SETTER NEEDED
Telemarketing Experience Required.
Work is on Amelia Island.
ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE Is
cuTrrently accepting aopilcations for
seasoned housekeepers. Tne successful
applicant should have recent prior
experience in a notellodging setting and
must be willing to work weekends and
noniiays. One (1) full time (5 days) and
one (1) part-[ime (3-4 days) po,.tion are
a,,ailaDle. No pnone calls please, apply in
person at 98 South Fletcher Avenue,
Amelia island. FL.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Fernandina
Beach has openings for Nlursery Workers.
Mature Cnristian woman whno is available
Sunda iTimorning from 7 45am-l .45am,
Sunday evening from 4.45pm-7:45pm.
Wednesday evening from 6pm-9pm, and
special events. once or rice a month.
Fingerprinting and background check
required Appiox. 12 hours per week.
Please apply in person: 416 Alacnua
Street Fernandina Beacn.
"ELECTRICAL ALL SKILL LEVELS"
Work 4-10 l. Local, long term work.
Best pay/,c.enefits OT available.
(904)838-3295. Drug Test
DAVID'S FORMAL WEAR Position open
for customer service. Flexible ours. No
experience necessary. (904)321-1395
Earn, $$$ Helping MDs! Process medical
claims from nome Call Me Federal Trade
Commission to find out now to spot
nmealcal billing scams. 1(877)FTC-HELP.
A message from the fiess-Leader and the
49 PEOPLE TO LOSE WEIGHT!
Wnile Earning Mloney'
DELIVERY DRIVERS & FRONT SALES
POSITIONS AVAILABLE Apply r.
person at Artistic Fior.st 1875 B South
14th St., Fernandina Beach.
BOOKKEEPER Management Company .s
i6oking for a Bookkeeper; must re
experienced & a team player; hours are
from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday.
Send resume to PO Box 15894,
Fernancina Beach, FL 32035 or fax to
RENTAL MANAGER Great opportunity
to manage rental office in oceanfront
condominium. Rental or management
experience required. Competitive wages &
benefits. Please fax resume to (904)261-.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT needed
im-rrediately for ousy medical practice.
Experience with computers medical
terminology and gooa communicaion-
skills are 3 must Salary based on
experience Fax resume to (904)321-
DESK CLERK All snifts. Good working
conditions Competitive salary Up to 40
rrsi-wk. Computer skills a must. Apply in
person. Amelia Hotel & Suites, 199' S.
Fletcher Ave Fernandina
LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT for
cc-ndo sales, full time salaried position.
Please call Linda (904)525-2638.
APT. MANAGER 30 nrs3wk Countryside
Apts., Fern Beach. Resume to: Flynr,
Mgmt. Corp., 516 Lakeview Rd., Unit 8,
Clearwater FL 33756. Fa\ (7271447-5516
|.201e...S *EDNESpWaYntedR 19 205 Help Wanted
-MORTGAGE LOAN PROCESSOR
-PLANNER / MECHANICAL
-I.T. SYSTEMS SPECIALIST ,
-RECEPTIONIST / CSR
Call Dee, Natalie or Mary
Serving North Florida &
South Georgia since 1981
tr'flp, 144WP1 iq _t
"I HAVE A PASSION FOR WHAT I DO, AND
THAT MAKES IT EASY TO GIVE MY ALL."
Meet Chef Gary Lewis...who began at Sea Island Resorts in 1972, while he was still in high school.
Chef Gary has been promoted many times-moving from server to cook and then into several
kitchen management positions including Chef de Partie.
WRITE YOUR OWN SUCCESS STORY. With the reopening of The Cloister at Sea Island,
we have many career opportunities for people who have a love of service.
Coastal Career Expo
Thursday, October 20, 2005, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. -
Camden Leisure Services Center
1050 Wildcat Drive, Kingsland, GA
Interstate 95, Exit 6
For more information visit seaisland.com
I 201 Help Wanted
JOIN THE PRUDENTIAL REAL
If you have an active Florida real
estate license, Prudential Chaplin
Williams Realty would, like to talk with
.:,u about a sales position at our
new Mainland r-larker Caenter n 'uiee
Call Jim at 904 i225-884-14.
1878 TAVERN & GRILLE now n.,ring
waitstaff & barrender. Appi ir. person
SYSTEMS MANAGER LIBRARIES
Nassau Counry nas an opening for a
Systems Manager. Salar% range is $17 26
$19.53 rourl., plus a comp.eiilve
Denerlts package Requires Masters
Degree in information SsTtems
Management supplemented Di 3-5 years
in Network/S. .'temns Operations IMust
pc-sses-s '.Sali dri.-r 5 i..:en.e. Applicatic.ns
accepted until 'jctlober 24. 2005 and can
be obtained ir. the Human Resources
Department locate.g at 96161 Nassau
Place, 'ulee, FL 3;097. Prone i904)321-
5908 or fax 1904)321-5926 EOE!/M1/Ft/v
Drug Free Workplace.
I 201 Help Wanted I
FORT CLINCH is seeking an
experienced mason to perform tuck
posting on historic fort. 40 hrs. weekly,
$19.00 per hour. Call B] or Ron
Atlantic Coast Federal i-
Seeking ambitious, outg:i-ing
applicanLc to tiil ire
following pos ition
"15 Centre Street
Fernar.anna Beacn, FL
Ideal candidate wiln be
responsible for suggestive
selling, casn handling, &
customer service. rMust nave
previous bank teller
experr-nce Ilust possess
god IPC skills, abovc average
skill: Must be able to
operate slanaard office
equipment High school
rjiplc.mra Cr equivalent.
Atlantic Coast Federal
offers excellent salary,
ESOP, 401k, Insurance, Paid
leave and more. Apply online
METAL & SHINGLE ROOFS/DECKS
INSTALLED Additions, Home Repair, All
Type Carpentry. For quote, call Jim
EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER FOR
HIRE Available any day, any hour.
References available. If Interested, call
THINK YOU CANNOT AFFORD
HOUSECLEANING? Try us. Basic
cleaning starting at $30. Gift certificates
available. Call 563-0965.
200 Child Care
BABYSITTER NEEDED PART-TIME for
2 e .ar old in my nome. Some weekends.
References required. Muss De able to pass
background check. Please call after 8pm
AFFORDABLE CHILD CARE in mN
home in luicE All dav, after school, all
ages. Luncnes provided Call Stacey
LOCAL VENDING ROUTE Soda srnackt
cand, juices water Great equip &
services Financing available n 5.75000
down. Call (877)843-8'26. vB02002-
ALL CASH BUSINESS Local candy
vending route 50K,'yr potential. Includes
30 all metal machines + cand-, $9895
Call now' (800)704-5414.
ORANGE COUNTY CHOPPERS
Distributors .Needed for OCC, Energy
Drink product. $15,00p req'd for
inventory, protected territory, & TV
exposure. You Can't Losel (8881216-
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, free candy all for
$9,995. (888)629-9968. B02000033. Call
us: We will not be undersolod FCAIf
$996 WEEKLY INCOME mailing our
sales brochures. Genuine opportunity. no
personal selling or advertising. Supplies
provided. Q250 sign-up bonus Call
(702)988-0187 (24 hri). FCANr-
SERIOUS ENTREPRENEUR? Th.s i t.
Most powerful compensation plan on the
planet. No selling. Not MLt-l Proven way
to earn a very substantial income.
91;dia Ilsnd ft
opportunities await you!
Retail Sales Associates
Fi:.r more inft.-.ir, iO n conthCt
Employmeonr & Recruitment
F..O, Bo; 3000 Am lia ,land, EL .vi)35 3000
Great Beoefits and Perk-!
EOE and Drug Free Workplnce
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT
Loaders Dump Trucks
Graders Scrapers Excavators
Next Class: OCT. 24TH
Associated Training Services
WE HIRE TOP
NASSAU COUNTY, FL & KINGS BAY, GA
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 CLASSIFIED News-Leader 3C
I T S
EARN DEGREE ONLINE from home.
Medical, .Business, Paralegal, Computers.
lob placement assistance. Computer &8
financial aid if qualify. (866)858-2121.
wnw oniinetidewatertectr.com. FCAN
PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER Will
come to you. ISSA cert. Weight loss,
strength training, cardio: New customer
discounts. PIs call Penny (904)501-4130.
MATH TUTOR AVAILABLE Up to
Algebra I. $10/nr. Available anytime.
Current college student. If Interested, cali
WE REMOVE NEGATIVE Credit from
credit reports. Licensed, bonded &
members of Florida West Coast Better
Business Bureau. Over 10 yrs. In business.
IMMEDIATE CASH US Pension Funding
pays cash now for 8 yrs of 'your future
pension pymts. Call (800)586-1325 for a
free, rio-obligation estimate.
wwv uspensionrunding com FCAN.
FREE BANTY ROOSTERS & Chickens -
All colors & all sizes, including Dbidles &
full s.ze. Call (904)491-1405.
MINIATURE FOX TERRIER Beautiful 6
lb. registered female, 7 mos. old, spayed,
shots up to date & on HW prevention.
Gets along well w/pther pets & .great
w/chlldren. Crate & obedience trained.
$250. Pis call (904)548-0488 or
FREE RESCUED FELINES Male/female
adults, kittens. Tuxedos, tabbies. FELV/FIV
negative. Spayed. neutered, rabies shots.
Please call 556-61 79.
FREE TO GOOD HOME Calico cat,
spayed. Would be nice cat for elderly
person. Call (904)321-2591.
CARLOS CARTER BOARDING STABLES
Stalls available on Island. Daily
turnout. $250 per month.
OLD TOWN SADDLE & TACK REPAIR -
Pick up & deliver,. Call Dell Thompson
MULTI-FAMILY ESTATE SALE -
Everything must go. Sat. 10,22 & Sun.
10/23, 8am-2pm 2100 Florida Ave.,
MOVING SALE Fri. 10/21 & Sat 10/22,
8am-3pmrr. Across from Ferrandina Beacn
Middle Scr.iol off Citrona (in Pelican
Polnte) Look for signs. Rain or shinel
Everything must go[
ESTATE SALE 2790 Ohio Ave Dinette,
Tiffany style lamps, sofa, recliner, black
modern 9-pc. BR, ivory modern 5-pc. BR,
not tub, kitchen, lawn iurn., wJooden desk,
marble too Ilbrar/ table. Fri. ,10'21 & Sat
10/22, 8-2. Must be gone Sat. Home sold.
CATS ANGELS has continuing garage
sale 6 days a week M-Sat. 11-5 at its
Tnrift Shop locate corner of Sadler &
14th beninra tne Loop. Great bargains,
nuge book selection & much more.
FRIDAY 10/21 & SATURDAY 10/28 -
9:00am until 1:00pm. Modern oaic desK,
acadwaorkinrg magazines, electric motors,
twin Ded velvet coverletsisklrcs, table
lamps, patio umbrella & stand, fabrics and
miscellaneous. 198 Marsh Lakes Drive.
GARAGE SALE Sat. 10/22, 8:30am-
1pm. 2455 Will Hardee Rd. Tools, adult &
children's clothes, household items. A
little bit of everything.
GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat., 8am-4pm.
24005 Flora Parke Blvd., Femandina (next
to Super Wal-Mart).
EGANS BLUFF NORTH across from the
Arbours (Will Hardee). Clothes, TV's, etc.
Monday to Monday. Call 277-7818. Moving
sale, 2627 Delorean St.
REDECORATING SALE Sat. 10/22,
8:30am-l:30pm. 1596 Ellis Landing (107
to Little Champ). Lots of nice furniture,
bedroom, entertainment, clothes,
antiques; pictures, comforters.
MOVING SALE Sat. 10,22, Barr.-lpm
2116 Cumberland Cr. (off Citrona).
BIG SALE Downsizing. Quality item
Artwork, furniture. decorator items, & lots
of misc. Dealers welcomed. Fri. & Sat.,
8am-2pm. Amelia Park, 1860 Neighbor
DESIGNER CLOTHING BAG SALE $10.
Sat. 10/22, 10am. Whats in. 1875,S
14tnST., Ste. E' (904)491-1180
HELP A YANKEE GO HOME Come to
our 'everything must go" sale. Furniture,
antiques, haney stuff, tools.. paint gun
equip., boat, motor, etc. 836 Ni. Fletcner
Ave. Tnurs 10am-3pm, Fri. 10am-3pm,
Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 10am-3pm.
GARAGE SALE Sat. 10.22, 8am-2pm.
4664 village Dr. (Marsh Lake subdivision).
YARD & BAKE SALE 3070 S. 8th St.
(behind Flasn Foods). Benefits Davis Guy
-1Misc. items. Too many to mention. 9am-.
Rain cancels Follow signs
ESTATE SALE Depression glass, oak
furniture, glass cases, old bottles, & Coke
machine. 522 Citrona Drive Sat. 10, 15
& Sat. 10/22, 8am-lpm.
[c:. Jci -orSale: ,
ALMOST NEW WASHER & dryer
w/warranry, $300. Pius QS mattress & box
spring, $250. Entertainment unit, best
offer. Call 904)753-3361.
MOVING 5-pc. leatner living rm. set.
very good condo. $4900. King Size BR
set, 5-pc., very good cond. $1900 Sofa,
love seat, coffee & 2 end tables & 2
lamps, $500. Call or email for pics .6
more info, 225-9515.
Large rabbit, cage, food, & leash, $30.
4-Teapot collection & two sagos, $15/ea.
GREEN FABRIC COVERED SOFA from
a clean, smoke-free home. Good
condition. $200/OBO. Call 753-1531 or
HITACHI 12" PLANER witn 6' jo.ners
(comb.:,) cast iron, quality, perfect
condli:on. ie,. !600. Asking $750. Call
Ron (904)491-8601 .
COROMANDEL SCREEN with traditional
design, 6 sections, each 84"X16". Value
$1,400. Call (904)261-8070.
HAMMOCKS .- Just arrived new shipment
Pawley's Island, Hatteras, Jobek &,
Castaway hammocks, swings, &-
accessories @ Perfect Tan &
Hammocks, 1000 S. 14th St., Eight Flags
(2) OAK PIECES -'computer desk &
office "desk. $300 for both. In great
condition. Call (904)261-0661.
MOVING SALE Sat. 10/22, 8am-lpm.
2116 Cumberland Ct. (off CItrona);
CRIB, SLEIGH STYLE, $175. Crib
mattress, 1,150 Toodler bed, hand painted,
i85. Crib & Ltodler bedding. All In
excellent condition Michelle. (904)225-
[ ALThAL.BRAIONS -.l :ONSIIRUTIW j-I [- .GARDEN CENTER
24 HOUR LAUNDRY ZONE
8 FLAGS CINEMA CENTER 1018 S.14THl ST. FERNADINA 277-2451
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
to work for you!
I. ,BALED STRAW
Locally Owned & Operated
Repairs Restretches Small Installations
CARPET REPAIRS BY DAVE
96117 Cessna Dr. Yulee, FL 32097
Da\e Conley Tel. 904-277-.3382
OWr.vf .Cell: 904-583-0885
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
out how to put your
to work for you!
I- CLEANING SERVICf > .
& HANDYMAN SERVICE
277-2824 or 904-583-0012 cea
Licensed. Bonded & IIns ed
Homes Condo's Rentals Offices
We Do Windows
Inside & Out Cleaning
CALL CATHY DURANCE
PERFECT CLEAN, INC. 7-t
Please Call tis Al 753-3067 -
CLEANING SE ICt
Residential / Commercial
Licensed Bonded Insured
Member AIFB Chamber
904-491-1971 Cell: 904-742-8430
Stale Reg Building Connraclor
40 Years E perience
State Licensea RB0055959
NEW HOMES COMMERCIAL
Now Accepting Major Credit Cards
LICENSED & INSURED Lowell & Renee Duster
[1.. C R .."..'. CONRETE. :-
rNICK ISABELLA, INC.'
. Color and Stamped Patios,
Driveways, Sidewalks, Slabs.
Now doing Concrete Overlays
aitd Concrete Staining-
2613565 REASONABLE ESTIMATES
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
out how to put your
to work for you!
I-: HOMEIMPROVEMEWfI' ,71
WINDOW DOOR REPLACEMENT
HANDIMAN SERVICES o PAINTING
NO JOB TOO SMALL SCOTT RUDOLPH
LICENSED A INSURED o 904-557-3100
bWECORATIVE CONCRETE I
Techbs n'ges 8 t
I Taking Concrete In a Naw Directian
E'k r.i' ..t Iur..n:. Re...,etia.ld
Cll '. E.;9- mi0
Nursery & Garden Center
*Large Variety of Plants
& Rubber Mulch
Our'Staff is eager to help with all
vour gardening needs
4245 State Road 200 (A I A)
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
out how to put your
to work for you!
Screen Room and Pool
Vinyl Siding Gutters
Licensed & Insured
Locally Owned & Operated
Lic # SCC 131149639
"use what you have".
c decorating, interior
painting, color selection,
organizing, prep. for sale,
move in help, vacation
home makeovers, etc.
Licened l In/eureda
I LAND DEVELOPMENT I., NEW& USED CARS
Fill dirt, Sand, V,
(904) 225-0427 LAND LINE
(904) 753-0686 MOBILE
& Landscape, Inc.
Sales Service Repaih-,
eSodding all types
Qualti work since 19Wf
Design Instalauon Reno aton)n
Call for Quotes or Serv ice
It -4"* y
inisallatIai' *. Spring Tine-Ups
AMaintenance Plan; Lanlscape Liglitng
Rcpatrs c' E-ipansions
Well Pump T'snitw
Call Today for Your Free Estimate!
Licensed e( Insured
& IRRIGATION. INC.
!Wetier's October Madness Sale!
$20 OfffarclM S I'o An Entin last
On 'ill N%" L ,in, Itaint..lt ,.nc .,rrtm( s!l
Pruning. Trinmir.g. lMul.hlne. Duiinng i Sailablel
", L I IlRake La'e!
!Sprinkler S)slem Tune-Lips!
SrtL Mon0 ) B- L'ln,14m; L- lal~r Mon Cffldilrnill
Covmpla. Sprilillr S).kmn In'llvilun Pad'acc.
SI'., 4,tl0lla,1c '
!2i.it Oil aLL PR[S.t'R[ ., S ,HING JOBt11
% ..nm mralt.i .hahl 1 ik nvi-'llk tt
Because Welter 41ways Does
1Ol' CAN AFFORDD
Oifrin G)Id tnr.,-igh Oc t:ilr Qb
CALL TODA!! Bril Wieuer 904-753-6126
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
out how to put your
to work for you!
." MOLD ,
James W. CasOe
Herschel Reynolds Chris Lowe
Sales Consullant Sauol Cc'r.uliani
464054 SR 200 Yulee
THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
Call 261-3696 and find
out how to put your
to work ,for you!
Quality work at
reasonable prices. .
No job too small or tap y*are
* Licensed Bonded eilnred'
References Available ',
FREE EsmlkrES q 2 15-2 1
The Art of
& Faux Finishes
"TROMPE L'OEIL" Murals
Patty Spaulding 904-261-5798
I PRES$U E.WASIIING I
Houses Trailers Patios
Wood Decks Cleaned & Resealed
AP U HRE
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
LICENSED & INSURED
Larrg Allen 904-B13-4451
S iw oceanirolamelia corn
I l and relid e lsice 2 '19 2
Re l e ile bri,:er ,.ce 1'972
Bob Gedeon "The OceanrontExpert
I specaliz ec.\luiviely in ,ce nriloro l
properties, Before buying or selling.
C1:31] me for free advice and the upportunlt,
to sjvc Iens ,-) thousand. 'Il dollari
Homes from $1L5 million-$5 million
SCondominiums from S500.000 2 million
Homeslies from S1 million 3 million
Local 261-8870, Toll free 877-261-8870
|I | REMODELING,. .. J
FI Li. 5 Lii0 1 A268i '
No job too big or too small
26 .years experience
| COASTAL BUILDING
Nassau County's Largest
Roofing & Siding Contractor
Homebuilders & Homeowners
Re-Roofing New Roofing
SVinyl Siding Soffit & Fascia
| TELEVISION- .,;.
TILE MAINTrNANCI; .'
Rainbow Tile HoAme lvice
p,.1 TT Lt i JL
Regrouting / Sealing
Acid Wash Cleaning
Bathrooms / Kitchens
Interior / Exterior
TOP SOIL :.
Top Soil -Sand & Gravel -Fill Dirt
Hauling Tractor Work
Bush Hog Grading
YOUNG'S TREE SERVICE
Over 20 Years Exp.
Member of B.B.B.
4C ,WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 CLASSIFIEDS News-Leader
F ~ get SAME DAY DELIVERY of the
vWie, dOllvered by the US Postal Service,
ectlyt/o rt i*buSn.s. See page 2A for more details.
FOR SALE TV, color, 13" w/remote &
VHS player, exc. cond., $89. High quality
patio table, 4 chairs, cushions, good
cond., $125. Mattress & springs, full size,
$60. Metal detector (find -beach
treasures), used once,, over $300 when
new. asking t95. (904)491-3269 or
USED RADIO CONTROLLED model
airplane motors & a few to bulid boxea
plans for sale ".'"ke an ofter. 871 Laguna
Dr, Fern Bch. (Ocean View Estates).
G.E. Quiet Power dishwainer, $150. G.E.
white cool-Lop stove, $260 Corian
countertops & various cabinets. Stainless
steel sink. Dining rm iraoi w/6 chairs.
NORDIC TRACK CXT980 STAIR
STEPPER $250. Call (904)277-3263
LAWN MOWERS, fiberglass truck topper,
dryer, truck tires & rims, lawn mower
repair, small electric stove, lots more.
HUNT ELK, Red Stag, Wniteiai, Buffaic.
Season opens 5/31/06. Guaranteed
hunting license, $5. We have a no-game.
no-pay policy. Call days (314)209-9800,
evenings (3141293-0610. FCANr
: collecti ls
Heart Pine, Tongue & Groove Flooring
- Sawed from antique pine timber.
Installation, stair material. Florida
Heartwood Pine Flooring, LLC.
610 Air Conditioners
I ^/Heating I
HEAT/COOL WINDOW Units. Used all
sizes w/warranty. Repairs to central &
window AC's. Refrigerators & freezers.
Kish's (904) 225-9717. We buy window
1611 Home Furnishings
FOR SALE 3 piecCe ectional iofa, $250,
OBO Also .2 entr,ao ale & c.:.fee table, $75
for all 3 Call 1904A 415-0680
OAK BUNK BED, c rn top, full bottom
wv/mrnartrecec $200 Red a rneal bunk
bed nor matre:e.. $50 (904)556-
BRAND NAME QUEEN SET w.factory
warrant. new ,r. plastic: 119. Can
deliier (904 398-52,01
KIDS' BEDROOM SUITE Full captain,
bed, bookcas neaoboard, footooaro, 4
drawers, desk w.'r,'ur.:r, rnignttarn. Gentif
used. $850/060. 261-0537, 422-1065
ROCK MAPLE BUNK BEDS a.[h 3
drawers, i1.0. Pine d 1is, 425. Clo radio
caDonet d30. [a,, .leep isofa ,hn cnair,
I100. Anticue crair. 50. 9904-1 .261-. 320
KING PILLOWTOP MATTRESS SET -
rie,, ..,w' arranr, J299. M-lust .ell (904)
Castro convertible sleeper sofa, 2 extra
Chair; j TaiII Cofee [able., 3-p-c wall unit
8 FT. POOL TABLE 1 late. irnludec
:. r,.Icri E-C' ll.c.I rr :.,ra rirr Call e
COUCH, LOVE SEAT, :l-,5.r 2 ,:, on-,sr, 2
end t3Da e" E *-,:k[ ali racie Like news.
fl 100. Call. ?12i322-2206
3-PC. CUSTOM SECTIONAL -
Butter.:ream el.et 9 8 Great
corlitionr, i 1 90-4'i2- "2612
1615 Building Materialsi
METAL ROOFING .a,.e 55$ Bu, dre.t
from manufacturer. 20 colors in stc.ck wint
all accessories Qeuck turn ar.-und.
Deliver,,.. a'ailaibl Toll free (888)393-
ALL STEEL BLDGS. Up to 50% off!
Engineered for, hurricane Coast. Ship
factory direct for quick delivery. 24x30 up
to 100x200. Call now (800)499-6401,
BUILDING SALE "Last Chance!" 20x26
now 13955. 25x30 $5700 30x40,
$8300 40x60, $12 900 Many owners
Meet ; 140mpn, nigger a.aiil.Oie One end
include. Pioneer (800)666-5422 FCAN
Tools & Equip.' |
HITACHI 12" PLANER -w ith 6 jointers
(comDOi cast iron,. ualily, perfect
condition hew $1600 AsK.ng $750. Call
1 618 Auctions I
EVERY SAT. NIGHT ?pr 850532 US
I7. Yulee across from olo Termnrnai Bag).
All NEW merchandise. Nassau Ted & otner
sellers. We accept cons.gned items. We
sell new appliance. & estate items
(904)225-0521 or 504-7674
624 Wanted To Buy |
I BUY JUNK CARS & tow Vrencile min
r aEau. DiVal & surrounding cou'ltieS.
Casn pai.d .arren Womac (904)879-
1190, lea. en m---age & I II return ,our
1701 Boats & Trailersi
1996 Quantum 18' Fish & Ski Boat -
with 120hp Mercury Force on a nice
galvanized Continental trailer Asking
55.500 Cal f904)321-4141.
1999 BAY RAYDER 14 ft. -2000
I.l:rcur, 25HF/marnuial or ELPC start
Includes trolling mtr, removable live well,
depth & fish finder Like new,. opprox 8
nrs. on engine. Great creek ooat. includes
all life jackets. $3800.'OBO 277-4697.
Can oe seen at 96721 .Blackrock Rd.,
REBECCA BURNETTE Or\
"Knowledge & I-ntegrif Working for You" 21
Any Time: 556-4988 John T. Ferreira & Son. Inc.
500 Centre Street
RebeccaBurnette@bellouth. net Fernandina Beach. FL 32034
5ccLoc- 0l ,i b ,-- Erm b-k- Re -bec: c-al u rIl l L- U-Ei
Steps to the Oceanl Beautiful home in move-in conditior features 10' cel.
ings,crown molding in LRDR, kitchen & breakf1t' nook. Plantaior, phuner;.
ga firepl3ce in LR & MBR. outside shower. wonderfull 4creerned porch with
gas stub-out cornectan for grilling I year new AIC $529,900 #354l10
ith 3 view of the lake Beauinfuily landscaped, 3BR/2BA floor plan
with replace, white kitchen cabinets. Conan countercops. tie floors,
and bayed breakfast nook. $525,000 g35870
'~~' -~-5, 1 ,-
.-.. ,. ,- .2 . .. .
BeautlfulAII Brick Home with side entry garage and great viI of the ILh f3ir- Delightfuil Th,. home ,i; virtusi, m3ainernnce free The s.paous kitchen hr
wa3y & canal Thi 2,010 ast home h3s crown molding throuighouL w3'ar3cotrin, 3 13rge ik., in pantrr,. beautul lamin,stelwood floor that leads into the dein.n
ch3ar rail.tadlred ceiling. The pacioui master bath hai -double ,r;. iar,,ies p r. room The maiTer bath ha'. 3 whirlpool garden tub wih h epar-ate shoAer &
den tub & his/her closets All thisin a gtedyoll communi.)' $249,000 #3694 lary e wilk-in closer. Large lort & a real ioeghborh.od 5234,900 #3571I
A lot with majestic trees 3/4 acre in
this 'up' and. coming -neighborhood -
Jordan's Cove. '$120,000 35673
End of Season Close-Out Quanitities are limited Free delivery within 15 Miles
S, CUB CADET ZERO-TURN RIDER
20 HP' KOHLERa
* 44' deck
* Pioiqn l ronl asle
* Heav.-aur/ weled Eleel inMe
0% FOR 24 MONTHS3
See details below
CUB CADET COMPACT TRACTOR
25 HP' KOHLER0 ENGINE ?- ange rydr0ositIc trnmisior,
S* Standard 3-point which wilh floal position
$ 4* 60' el, available
, ONLY / 0% FOR 380 MONTHS4
SALE CE 7,995 See details below
CUB CADET UTILITY VEHICLE
9.5 HP KAWASAKF
* 13 cu h ed capacity
* 5 T-gallon luel capacid
,* Indrepndeni suspension
0% FOR 36 MONTHS4
See details below
I Service. nowlege. Slectin. Fiancin.Deiry
NASSAU EQUIPMENT INC
2385 JAMESTOWN RD.
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL
.t~in'dh 'iV~t r, d.ainiininauin ~aL, k'.kA,,l, ,s-~.,-
f -T RV"Ia,
,CENTURY 21 John T. Ferreira & Son, Inc.
500 Centre Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Call Mary at 904-753-1048
J^4 Call Jim at 904-753-1049
MARY CASEKTA VISIT OUrR INTERNET SITE JIM CASERT)
2004 SALES ww.amel ia-island-realest ate.com r ROKER Assno
OVER $10 NMILLION www,.AmeliaLuxuryHomes.com
A community of four custom-designed homes by John Corner. Cotner & Associates
These distinctively Victorian style homes are located in and adjoining the Fernandina Beach Historic District.
Designed to complement Fernandina Beach's history, the design is circa 1900. but the conveniences and features mat
roday's lifestyle. Some of the standard fean res that uiwdl be used include GE Profile appliances, granite kitchen couni
wood flooring in the foyer. living room and dining room. fireplace snubbed for gas in the living room, tiled bathroom
filly landscaped with rear courtyard and many other additional features & customized options available for you.
PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICE STARTING Al $482,000. FOIl< MORL INFORMATION, CALL MARY C.SERTA, REALTOR.
PRIME U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH ACREAGE
4.8 ACRES -
COMMERCIAL ZONING CG 11 .'
APPROXIMATELY 1.5 MILES -
SOUTH of A1A
The property is the site for -L-S -Of ... .. -
Bow & Arrow Campground. 0 \ "
The campground business
will convey with property.
Offered at $1,100,000. MLS#34064
Ask us about an adjoining 3.47 acre parcel, listed by a cooperating real estate broker,
that is also currently available subject to change without notice.
LOTS and LAND.
High Pointe (off Barnwell Road). Gafed community of fine homes. Use your own builder. Owner
financing possible to qualified bu,/ers.
Lot 1 HIgh Pointe Drive 1.2 Acres $169,900 #30640
Lot 31 'High Pointe Drive 1.2 Acres' $169.900 #30644
Kings Plantation (In Kings Ferry, Hilliard). Small gated communil/ of fine homes on large lots.
Easy driving distance to 1-95. Use your own builder. Owner financing possible to qualified buyers.
Lot 3 RIver Bluff Drive St. Marys River Deep Water $199,900, #30705
Kings Ferry In Hilliard
13 Acre Parcel Over 1,200 ft. of frontage on Lessle Road $159,900 #30693
1.9 Acres Approx 400 ft. of frontage on Quail Rood $49,900 #30695
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RARE OPPORTUNITY in Amelia Park. AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL 4th floor QUAINT 1900 HOME in Historic
Amazing, one-of-a-kind, end unit with Ocean Park unit fully furnished, plus District, within walking distance to
grdnny flat & 3-car garage. Come see views of the Atlantic Ocean and the downtown Fernandina Beach.
what Amelia Park has to offer you & North End of Amelia Island. J320,000 434814
your family. $499,999 #35517 S595,000 #35206
* ONE OF THE FEW LOTS left on Amelia Island. 86'x 100' of prime location. Close tp schools, downtown
and the beach. $108,000 SOLD
FABULOUS 412 HOME in Flora Parke. NEAR THE BEACH BEACHFRONT COTTAGE
Fireplace, open split floor plan, backs up to 3BR/2BA open floor plan with bay 3BR/2BA oceanfront with duplex
nature preserve, community recreation area dining area. New windows. property included. Outstanding view.
within community, screened back porch. dining area. New windows, property included. Outstanding view.
side entry garage. $239,000 #3S234 Call today! $312,000 #34507 Sold furnished. $1,750,000 36009
LUXURIOUS OCEANVIEW TOWNHOUSE
Wonderful views of the golf course arid beautiful
Atlantic from this 4BR/5BA townhouse. Featuring
large master suite with fireplace, game room with
pool table, elevator, beautifully appointed
kitchen with granite and upgraded stainless steel
appliances; balcony & garage. The rooftop view-
ing deck is a plus! Value Priced at $799,900.
BeauLtull, dLconred arn.l or.derrul .,ewi irom Outstandlinq 36R,2BA .ia, openard sp.xioui and OCEANFRONT VILLA' Wonderul views
ri,: lop floor n.rd unit Fully urmihed anrd rtad prenrct for iullnLimr liing o. would male a great from this fully furnished 2BR/2BA villa
c.r ,tial' oi .r s home Lrge rpi n F ur garage. i'g o.ri d t located f r the acti center of M n
*i .j ,r"nd',.: g.e hi2BP r.6 .ii .r-.o. o. d,. r ie lok i:.unir nd. n o c d ear the actvy center ofnMan
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[h.~ oc~ansidt pot? q.rhirsng room ,&mnao aLht i lest rior plahe iqjng9-4pti.i'uti PedVAnd co 0p.io
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READY TO MOVE IN BEACH BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT CONDO
HOME 4BR/3BA + 2 half bach home on Amelia Island 2BRi2BA 6-" floor unit with
with ocean views from all bur one incredible views. Covered balcony/pauo. acces-
room! Outstanding kitchen and cov. sible from liv-ng room & master sue Sold
ered patio. $1,825,000 #35981 lully furnished 5899,000 #35467
No photo available
WALK TO THE OCEAN from this
3BR/2.5BA home on Island. Bonus
room over garage could be 4th BR. On
nature preserve with lots of privacy.
NORTH HAMPTON CLUB HOME LARGE LAKEFRONT HOME DEEP WATER HOME with DOCK
5BR/3BA with gorgeous built-mins in in Spanish Oaks. 4BR/3.5BA, tray ceil- IN PLACE Well maintained, sitting
office. Like new with partial golf view, wings in master, FLA room, must see this room off of master, updated kitchen.
fireplace, more' $359,900 134899 wonderful home. $332,000 035497 artesian well, tile floors, boat lift.
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ELEGANT 4BR/4BA HOME with 2
master suites and bonus room.
Many upgrades including planta-
tion shutters, granite counters,
electric pet fence. Room for pool
on huge lot. $534,500 #33488
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STH WHEEL CAMPER 28 ft. long, Cnev.
Venture '99. Like new. If Interestea call
613-8401 or 225-0595
MUST BE MOVED 1983 mobile home,
14X76, 3BR/2BA. $2000, or with new A/C
unit $3000. (904)225-8628
GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY -
2BR/2BA townhome. Nice modern floor
plan. Fenced yard, I car garage.
$165,900. Must sell. (904)277-5673
PLANTATION 2900 sq. ft. 4BR/2.5BA
w/3-car garage. Custom built in '98
w/quallty & style. $715,000. Amelia
Coastal Realty (904)261-2770.
LAKEWOOD Cute 3BR/2BA on comer
lot w/private lake. Priced to sell ti$
$289,000. Amelia Coastal Realty
POOL/CABANA 4BR/4BA. 2123 .sf.
Designer touches, large decks, great
la'idscaping; quiet cul-de-sac. $399K. Call
Indep. R.E. Svcs., (904)415-0370.
Beautiful gated community. 3BR/2.5BA,
office, bonus room, community pool S
tennis. 1429,900. Call for appt. 335-
0369, Cnaundra Berghoefer, Realty
ACROSS STREET FROM HIGH SCHOOL
- on Egans Creek. Great trees, great view.
L acre, 6BR/4BA, 522 Citrona Dr
3BR/2BA FR, fenced yard, new carpet &
paint throughout, plus hew refrigerator,
workshop & home warranty. NO
REALTORS. $184.900. (605)723-0934 for
1-* 0J~4 AmeialgiiiaHblmes
SPACIOUS CONDO 3BR/2EA. Newly
remodeled ,nsiae & Out Great location,
walking distanr:e to beach Fantastic Ou,.
mu:t see J339,000 (904)254-7867
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Anne Barbanel, Realtor
REDUCED 3BR/2BA, 2400' on 1/2 acre,
close to beach/nver, custom wood, tile,
garage w/loft. 475K. Amelia Coastal
(2) NEW TOWNHOMES COMPLETION
EARLY NOV. 1350 sq. ft., 3BR/2BA, loft,
downstairs master, vaulted great room,
large single garage. No monthly fees.
Located at end of quiet cul-de-sac.
Sidewalk to each. .-o1011 Knowtion,
Realtor. Coldwell Banker, Jasinsky &
OPEN HOUSE Amelia Park. Sun, 1-
4pm. 1715 Heatner St. Brand new
5BR/3 5BA. approx. 3500 -q. ft Many
extras & upgrades. Call anytime for
private showing (904)261-8985, 556.
9700. Asking $780.000.
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under :construction Beano Roberts
(904)1415-0371 for more information
Do you know what your house is
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I 805 Beaches i
WON'T LAST 2BR/2BA 1200sf Ocean
Front Condo in small, 15-unit complex.
Unique zoning allows dally rentals. $599k.
Call inadp. R.E. Svcs. (904)415-0370.
DON'T LET YOUR ISLAND
GE TAWAY G ET AWAY.
Starting at $394,900
If you could design the ideal island getaway, Harrison
Cove Villas at Summer Beach would be it. Luxurious two-
and three-bedroom villas are within walking distance of
the beach, golf, tennis, nature trails and more. Included in
the price, on some units, is membership in the Golf Club
of Amelia Island, with its magnificent seaside course and
ocean front Beach Club. With special
preconstrucuon pricing, this is one
island getaway you
won't want to let get away.
5456 First Coast Highv
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Great starter home or investment property. Cute 3BR/2BA home
that has everything new New rool, carpet, paint, kitchen and
more. This easy lining neighborhood offers a quiet setting Oier
I acre lot gives you lots of prn acy and space to grow. Don't miss
this opportunity to own your own home.
l* Wonderful duplex within walking distance of the golden sands of
Amela Island This 2 bedroom on each side duplex is great to Il'e
in one and rent the other. Property otTers new 30)ear roof, new
A,'C and freshly painted interiors.. Quiet, desirable neighborhood
with a neily sodded yard makes this nieJtor'" dream a reality ..
$422,000 #36050 PRICED TO SELL
Ralph N. "Chip" Wood, Jr. BROKER
'a 6-4-3 doubeA eVfo0mpayg'
I OFFICE 90-49 *600g EL/LOAL. 94-5-86 H V94-6.64
; ii r
way IAmelia' Island, FL 32034
from this 5th story 2 bed-
3,400 sq.ft. "Oasis Middle" of Island close to everything.
3BR/3.5BA, swimming pool, A/C pool house. 20x24 detached
hobby shop, tropical landscaping with sprinkler system, recreation
room, over 2.5-car garage with large computer room, pressed tin
ceilings, California closets & much more! Sits in a quiet
ne~ghbo hOQdL ..nJarge ,/~acre lot. RI,,Cp V,.9 $590,000,,.
"Think I'll let that native land agent be my guide."
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DOWNTOWN DUPLEX at rhe cor- OCEANVIEW HOME Great view GRLT HOME on the SOUTH END ,:,ci[d
ner of S. 6th and Dare Streets Each and easy beach access, 4BR/1 BA oer c PI" ..r ,1 *- *'
unit over 850+/- SF could be convert- 2,000 sq ,. hoae. Nice corner lot^ .
ed to a single family home. $374,900 $2u 829 b. Fleicher r oo i-. p h R t run-
$629,000 829 S. Fleicher riintd ltrpb u ir, lit I1R $14"0,100
I ~ h LU-A 77,:IIV AM M Nl
room condo. Amelia By The
Sea condominium features a
gated entry, beachside pool,
tennis, and private fishing
pier. Excellent rental history,
completely furnished, make
this a great second
home or investment
Offered at $579,900
Beautifully decorated oceanfront 2BR/2BA condo in the heart of WORTH A LOOK INSIDE!!! Thui newly renovated 3BR/2BA.
Fernandma Beach. This open floor plan lets you see the ocean home is snuggled in among giant oak trees New hardwood
from every room. Kitchen has all new appliances and Corian floors, kitchen and bathrooms completely renovated with new
countertops. This unit comes completely furnished. Don't miss plumbing, and custom made cabinets. Large urdity room could
this rare opportuniDt to view every golden sunrise, be playroom, extra bedroom or office.
$539,000 .#3390wo. ,mvcirclepix.con'aca3lt $269,000 135172 ww,.Icirclepix.coin,'ack7d
805 Beaches I
Visit ww'w.ocearfrorcEarnel.a com for a
complete lt--. or call 2BoD Geoeon at
O.'eanfromn Reanaiv, t l2 F I "A8-0
Oceanview-sWon [ La, -' 2 sr.r, ?ER, 36A,
den, approa. 2000.s. Quiet cul-de-sac, Ni.
Beach. Pool, decks, dbl garage, dbl loc
588K, appraiseia 1605K Seller
motivated. Indep. R.E Ssc- (904)415.
1 806 Waterfront I
Waterfront Homes & Lots Can (904i
261-4066 for infornmaton C H. La.serre
WATERFRONT BEAUTY on 1 acre
wv,'Oock and D.arnsouse, storage un.rs, RV
carport, electronic fence, br,:k 3eR,'2BA
home w/mother-in-law ste 1iLS35138.
Palrm ill Realr,, LLC, Sand' Goodman
VERY PRIVATE 6-t ACRES ,w'20 mile
views. SE exposure, hign bluff.. Flood
zone X. 1700 000. Call -9041261.-*33
4 ACRES 330 ft rierfront. 120 miles
from ulee ,r. Suwanee Co.urn, N. of i-10
& WV. Of FL herEr Bo a Ra-arcr
$102 000 (901,l45-1.i519 or 225-5878
FOREST RIDGE For :ale owner.
$160,000 38R 2EB flat Call '904)261-
WONDERFUL MARSH VIEW 3BR/3BA,
Fiddlers Bend. Profe;sic.nally decorated
Call 1904)206-4389, (904)206-2438 or
Find ALL Condo comparable sales on
Amelia i sIana VsitE
FRfE condo adversrig ir, ATela
Island conaos b sie' Ilac Dar.liel
Real'r,. (90-4i2-17. 3050.
SUMMER 'BEACH SAILMAKER -
Furnished pool 5ide >illa. Ist floor lam.
3BR,2BA, step to the ocean Great 2nd
noamfe or vacation rental $449,900.
I I A YFS/I-Ik)OMV-S/CC>N ""S I
N.A.R Resort & Second Home Specialist
E'njail me today about ... "Fractional ownerships"
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- ~ r 305. v 7.w '
114 Marsn Creek
Road. Class & comfort
are the epitome of this
2-slory 4 bedroom
home in the Amelia
. Island Planlallon
Cnerry Wood and mar-
ole flooring & heatieo
pool & spa
ILS 435878 $1.195,000
The Oceanfront Gem of south Amelia
Island is awaiting the discriminating
buyer. Nearly 6,000 SF, this 4 bed-
room home boasts a thoughtful
design and takes full advantage of the
superb ocean views. Light & bright
with saturnia marble & wood flooring,
oak paneling in library, gourmet
kitchen, media room, pool & elevator.
MLS #34265 $4,950,000
southern and unit in
Plantanon's sought after
Complete with double
door entry unique tiled
Florida room with
and exquisite ocean-
views MLS #35204
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What a view you are
going to hav from
i ';;"" ins premium marsh-
T '. front lot witn disiani
S : ntracoasial Waierway
S" views in prestigious
P *u aLona Point in tIne
-' :'. Amelia Island
:. =- '...r this gated secured
,; enclave MLS e.34630
Come see this oceanfront
condominium in sought-after
Summer Beach. Superb
views, convenient access to
the pool & beach,. 2- car
garage and 10' ceilings.
MLS #35347 $2,050,000
Marshtronr villa on
Plantation This 2BR
with gas heated pool
would make an ideal
(rereal or 2nd home.
Seller thought of
everything with this
M Villa. MLS #34142
Brand new ocean-
Swtn pine flooring
-r 4A -n kitchen and baths.
)II," gas range and FP,
bead board and
easy access to pool
-aior ireon lr ir, A ela
W,.- I.land Oiveilopinin9 mei r-
ways of the Goi Club oft
Amelra I.lano Tni (arm-ai
.ng home boas t.lS vaulted
cEilingS, igris granee
IPoP. & glass irori cabinet.
.r tra k,lchen neeL ti &-
rnower nclo, ure in mar-
Sletsr ba3th ride enr garagee
lovely v enlng & a ,luai cul.
MLS #35376 $425,000
Nearly 1/2 acre
marshlront lot in up
J& coming Bells River
graded & filled.
Water + Sewer +
$239000' (Y "- ,I
Fronting the preserva-
tion in a quiet cul-de-
-' sac. you will love the
S. '-.....; ~ peacelulness of Ihis
AI-, '1. 2.900 SF 4/4 in popu-
.... .....-' lar North Hamplon.
Excellent value & sell-
S.. ing subject rTo an
a .... attractive lease
~.i: .o :.. .. ., : -;^.. ., arrangement
S.-M. ~ MLS#35787 $469.000
-- -1% lae3l iiangemanl o i space
ChamrrDerailn iloor uan
El l.ironling ine beauliil fair-
way of the Nortn Hamplon
."l J goncourse Home boasts
12' ceilings. 18" tile In the
public space Caliornia
tBerec carpue1 -I?' maple
cabinrets & Coriwn tops In
".,,, e. ie kichen, large screerried
lanai osnting links & 3riu-
streel. MLS #35270
-- ---------- ----- $412,500
Gorgeous marsh front
-Ai' lot on Little Piney
Island with 211' of
frontage. Unique dual
view-directly to the
-. .- soutl & over the
causeway to the west
allowing for splendid,
S wide panorama. MLS
e 2. 8861 $429,000 ,
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The seller thought of
everything in this 4,3
wilh a gorgeous long A
view of the Ibgoon in
Flora Parke Wood
.moldlrigs. iu>ury nas-
S rle buile & slacke,1 1
-- .ac $i45,000
Marshironmlot or, the
"'isLnd with westerly
views of ire marsh &
is dlsantly or i e IGW.
Y The glorious sunseeis
.. ill move you' Bui eu
anew lo3ay in Iris
cn.3rming enclave on a,
quiet cul-de-sEa. ,r gei
Ine beneht eit 1oda3"s
prices 5 noid ior utuure .
S M,-1 34,60,
Lot 4 Oak Marsh
Drive Deep water lol
on Amelia island
Beauiiul views o l Ihe
waters o l Egan's
Creek, the marsh &
distantly of Ft. Clinch
access to the open
Come see this charm-
ing bungalow with
detached studio in
Beach within short
walking distance to
Centre Street. Wood
floors, new HVAC.
Deep wooaea estate size
lot ready lor you in a
orand new community
-lust onro ihe mainland
with convenient proximi-
tVy to all island amenities
This secluded resident,ai
communhy has memour-
ship to ihe Amelia Islano
Club available. Bulla
arnew toam or hoia lor
IS IurE u3-e or .nveSimrier
MLS #35302 $270,000
Lihing at Amelia Island Plantation offers a whole new lifestyle
and no one knows this community better than we do.
We offer the best selection of homes, homesites and villas on Amelia Island.
And, this is just a sample listing. More terrific properties are available.
ASK ABOUT MY INVENTORY OF BUYERS WHO MAY FIND YOUR PROPERTY IDEALLY SUITABLE!
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frontage! 5,169 sq.ft. home with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, gourmet kitchen, custom painted walls and
murals, crown molding, study, garden shed. 40x60 work shed. screened porch, dock with 2 boat lifts
and 220 amp service. Large 3-car garage, sprinkler system, security system & 384 feet on Lanceford
Creek! Visit the virtual tour at www.tayloredwards.com. $3,389,000 MLS #32190
OCEANFRONT DUPLEX! Two story
with 2BR/lBA on each level. Sold fully
furnished. Excellent rental income. Enjoy
gorgeous sunrise views from the ocean-
front decks! $1,495,000 MLS#35355
OCEANFRONT SEA CHASE! Located in
gated Ocean Village, this villa boasts
3BR/2.5BA, 1,888 SF. A townhouse design with
new Andersen" windows, tile, carpet. SubZero
refrigerator/freezer. Corian' counters, plantation
shutters and garage! Sold beautifully furnished!
$1,350.000 MLS #34070
7 HISTORIC FERNANDINA BEACH!
Victorian home circa 1880, located in Historic
Fernandina Beach. Home is full of histon and
g i charm ... heart of pine floors. 3 fireplaces with
S mantles and ceramic tiles, Queen Anne stained
glass windows, new roof, CH&A and electrical
Wiring! Flexible C-3 Zoning! $585.000 #31553
CEERATN 2 ERSO ERIEON LA ISANDANNASSAU ON
3BR/2BA Lovely Spanish Oaks, Ouilt
2002, like new. Sec. Syst i, rigatlon,
landscaped, new pa.nt. carpet. j283,500
Sue (904)226-0351, Terasa i904)206-
FSBO 4BR/2BA. 2250 sq. ft. on 1 acre.
600 sq. ft. garage/workshop. LR, DR,
family room, Jaundry room.: $239,900. A
must seel Angle Rd., Yutee (904)548-
3BR/2BA 5 acres, fenced, new roof,
remodeled kitchen, large barn. Great for
family. 661 Nassauville Rd. (904)277-
NORTH HAMPTON Immaculate 2--tory
4BR/3BA w/loft. 2881 sq ft. Full golf &
lake views. Tenant occupied until 03/06.
$349,000. Call Party, (904',753-3628
FLORA PARKE OPEN HOUSE 1-4pm on
Sunday, OctoDer 23, at 30447 Forest
Parke Dr. 3BR/2BA house on laie.
Upgrades throughout. DRAWING for
$20.00 gift. Call Winning Amer.ca Realty
at 321-222 for more Info.
3BR/2BA RANCH on large lot. rjew
roof, ceramic tile. carpet countertoos,
plumbing fixtures, paint inside & out.
Surrounded Dy well maintained homes (no
mobile nomes). 5182,000. 261-6868
2067 SQ. FT. NEW HOME Io lcaea in
Pirates Wood Privat- communlt w.ojat
ramp pool, etc. 3BR/2BA *.'man,
uogradep on a nice, private lot
$250,000. Call (904)491 436 3 cr
HERON ISLES 4BR/2BA. Brand new &
ready to move In. 1398 sq. ft. w/2-car
garage. $196,500. Amelia Coastal
. + -L o t s ,
3/4 ACRE Marsh front lot W/tidal creek.
$129,900. Owner financing available w.th
only $5000 down. Call 234-8986.
MARSH FRONT LOT 95 acre. Prirtnne
Beautiful sunsets on the Island' ClIr.cn
Drive. Reduced. $550,000 Call i904'i
|8I S omrcatRetail|
FERNANDINA BEACH Waterfront
development proper, 1.'2 acret or
20,000sf warehouse/industrial pulling for
sale Preliminary engineering report for
12+ condos arid 6000sf of commercial.
51.495,000. Please call (61 ')913-0113.
S817 Other Areas 1
N. Carolina Gated Lakefront
Community 1.5 acres plus, 90 miles of
shoreline Never before offered w!200u
pre-development discounts, 90.
financing. Call (800)709-5253. FCAN
NC MOUNTAINS 20 ac wo50 mile
views Secure, private, easy acce-.s,
gentle building ites, towerng
hardwoods, Near Asneville & Lake Lure.
,120,000. Pristine Propertie. (800)262-
NC MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Land wni
spectacular ilews, creeks hardwood
trees on >ung Mtn. 1-15 acres from
$25,000 to 589,000. Perfect for log cabin.
(800)699-1289 or www.riverDendlakelure.
I 817 Other Areas 1
AUCTION 11/5, 10AM 226. i acre-
irrigated farm u equmrrert., Steel
wrenouse 10': FrP, iowell Auctilns Inc
i.800j323-3e8 ;.. rowellucriorn_.con-,
GAL ALI-C0025i54 Fi:Zr
Coastal North Carolina Waterfront -
3+/- acres, $949900. Beautifully wooded
parcel on deep boatable water w/access to
ICW, Atlantic & sounds. Prime location
close to town. Paved rds, u/g utilities,
county water. Excellent financing. Call now,
. (800)732-6601 ext. 1405. FCAN
BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS Georgia's
finest area for fishing & boating. New golf
course on pristine Lake Russell. Owner
financing available. (706)213-6734.
COASTAL GEORGIA Gated community,
deep water access, ancient oak trees, golf,
tennis, proposed pool & fitness. 1 acre
homesites from the mid 70's. (877)266-
7376. WWW.COOPERSPOINT.COM. FCAN
WESTERN N. CAROLINA Mmtn. Cool
air, views, streams, .homes, cabins,
acreage Free, brochure of Mountain
Proper, (81)0)642-5333 Realty of
Murphy, 317 Peacritree St., Murphy, NC
.28906. www.realtyofmurphy.com. FCAN.
SOUTH COASTAL GEORGIA $149,900
for a 2+ acre deepiwaer marsr lot
$224,901 i'or a 3+ acre oversized
deep 5atcr lot 45 rmin 'roml Jacksonville/ 15
mmn fromr St. Simon's. Call todar for appt.
Excellent financing a.aiaDIl (8771GA-
OCEAN x 708 FCAr4
TENNESSEE LAKESIDE ACREAGE New
communrcy. 1 acre nomeaste from the
30'. Private Doat slips ir,,ted aailabiliry.
Lake access.iooat ramp Close to
downtown, Cantaroc.aa (866'i1292-5769.
NC MOUNTAIN CABIN unlurni.ried
inside. or, mountain top, view, trees,
waterfall & large puoul lake nearby .
t89,900 -Owner (866)789-8535
' ww.IJC -.com FCANI
ASHEVILLE, NC AREA Mountain
acreage. i + acre nrserlront. mountain
,leiw & wooded nomete,,s for the $50's.
Gatea community wi/Custom loage & r.Ver
walk (8661292-5762 FCAN
DR. ED GREENE, REALTOR
"I make house calls!"
YOUR HOME AT THE BEACH! This 3 bedroom/2 full baths and 2 partial baths con-
temporary style beach home invites you to enjoy the best our Island offers Ocean \ie\s frorn
almost every room, too many upgrades to mention and wrap-around decks. On your share
of our beach for only $649,000.
_M .te 4Available 7 days a week
...I TL"l'r3 ft&Sd A'l( JfTCE a '- r N6DMfA' BEACH, *FL" 32034 -
onR orp. RS. 904-261-3986 OR 800-395-417' EVENINGS: 904-225-8105
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SKEtNtE NIUUNIAn J uLr riomesice -
$342/mo. Breathtaking views. Upscale
golf community set amid Dye designed 18
hold golf course in Carolina Mtns near
Asheville, NC. A sanctioned Golf Digest
Scnools teaching facility Call toll-free
(866)334-3253 ext 974
$69 900, 100% down, balance financed at
4 49W fixed, 24 mo balloon, OAC. FCAN
NEW MEXICO 20 acres $39,900 Scenic
region. views, canyons, trees, rolling hills,
wildlife. Enjoy hunting, hiking, norses,
great climate. Power great access. 100%0
financing. Call (914'232-5100 FCArJ
PRE-CONSTRUCTION WATERFRONT -
Only 10o0 Oown. 2007 completion ano
immediate Furnished Condos minutes
from Ft. Lauderdale Beacn. 5209K & up
Great rental investment. Realtor
Beautiful SW Gainesvilie/Paynes Praine -
Hwt 441, 20-+ diviable acres. pn ate,
gated ranch for sale by owner Auction
10/23,05o.Info. rp'ellsoutn.net (352)
GRAND OPENING! LaKefront acreage
from $69900. Save $10,000 Nov 5tin &
6th Spectacular new waterfront
community on one of largest a cleanest
mountain lakes in America' Large, estate-
size deep water parcels, gorgeous woods,
panoramic evies. Paved roads, country,
water, utilities. Low financing. Call now
(800)564-5092 exi 266. FCAN
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLINA
Escape the neat In mne cool Deautiful
peaceful mountains of Western PIC
Mountains. Homes, cabins, acreage &
Investments. Cnerokee Mountain Realty
GCAC Real Estate, Murphy.
for free brochure (800)841-5868. FCAN
ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION Cleveland
County, NC, Lawndale Community, 50
miles west Cf Charlotte, NC Tracts 10-28
acres, open & wooded land creek
frontage Perfect for horses Auction 115,
10am held ar Burr.5 Sr hign Scnool See
details at nww.woicz corn or call
(800)551-3588 for brochure Wolic &
Associates, Inc, Brokers & Auctioneers
(NC#7560) Roanoke, VA. FCAN q
SOUTH COASTAL GEORGIA 3+ acres
deepwater ocean access lot from just
$240/mo.* 45 min from Jacksonville/15
min from St. Simon's. Call today for appt.
Excellent financing available. (877)GA-
OCEAN eyt p03. "monthly pymt of
$240.32 oased on $59 900 purchase price
w/104o down pymr of 15990, 553.910
financed at 5.190 fixed (APR of 5 5551
includes 1% originaton free) for 3 ,yrs 35
monthly pyms of i240 32 Wi'lnal oPymt of
$53,910. Offer soid where proinlbited oy
WHITEWATER LIVING in the
Tennessee Smokies Gated waterironc
community, riverfront & mountain views
available Prices starring low, a- $46,900
Final pnase, limited lots. call now Noro
closing costs Buy direct from dieveioper
save tnousanas 5f$. (800i559-3095 exT
327. wwn riverc rest.com. 'Some
restricTions apply. FCAN
81i7 Other Areas
TENNESSEE WATERFRONT SALE! 2.4
acres waterfront $9,900. Dockable
building lots from '$14,900! Cabin
package }54,900. Call now! (866)770-
5263e>[ 8. FCAN
1 852 Mobile Homes
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME ir. Yulee ioff
Maris Roalj ) on acv of 2.5 acre icO
Pr.,.act rence. clean. $700..mo. + $1000
oep Availaile now,. 225-2503 or 206-
3BR/2BA in JasvauLille area or, one
acre. f650tmo Call i904)415-0132
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For Additional Listings Email NoNorma@Normalorris.com Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Go Online to NormaNorris.com 583 -7653 583-SOLD Office: 904.261.3986 Toll Free: 800.395.4517
4BR/2BA HOlME IN 4RBOURS OF AMELLA con- BEALTIFULF 3BR/2BA home in much s-ought-atner North
venient to shopping and the beach. This lonely home is Shore Subdivision on almost one acre t iih mature trees
on a %vell landscaped lot on a quiet cul-de-sac. Ver spacious home ,nLh large master uiLde. great room and
Priced to sell at $295,000. #35304 screened patio Priced to sell at $295,900. 35616
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12 LOTS on A IA, Prince Dr. and Baron Dr. between 2BRI'BA HOME ON L.RGE 1/3 ACRE LOT on beauty.
'of these properties is in the land with future commer- rounded bs large oak trees. Neithe.B fif'tnd ikF.pih. .d
cial use. and backs up to a recreational area $229.000 #35479
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privacy in detached 2BR/2BA g
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Point Place, turn right, first ho
961687 Gateway Boulevard -'Suite 101A Amelia Island, FL 32034
904-261-6116 1-800-940-6116 FAX: 904-261-9181
website: w',il.aimelia realtdjiic.comn
Se-mail: ameliarealtly (bellsourli.iner
rRACOASTAL VIEW LOVELY CUSTOM-BUILT BRYLEN HOME IN
home on estate lot at MARSH LAKES Shows like a model home, won-
lantation. Abundant derful floor plan, family room with fireplace and
)uest house, screened built-ins. Plantation shutters, gorgeous marsh and
, bonus room. Sound tidal creek views, lush landscaping with decorative
)use on right, pond and fountain. True pride of ownership shows
in this marvelous home. $5595,000 #35378
NASSAUVILLE Double wide, 3BR/2BA,
washer/dryer, CH&A. No Petsl 6 mo.
lease. $600/mo. + 500 dep. (904)277-
15Mobilo Home Lotsl
YULEE 1 acre mobile home lot available.
$300/mo. Nice country setting. Great
schools. Don Brown Realty, (904)225-,
5510 or 571-7177.
50'X100' LOT available In clean, safe,
quiet Yulee community. $255/mo. Call
(904)225-5151 ext. 15.
ROOM FOR RENT includes cable.
utilile.-, W/D, pOOl. Clo e 0to Ieacr
f500,'rrmc. Call (904)548-9795 or 415-
I 856 Apartments
LARGE BI-LEVEL 10' CEILINGS 1BR
APT. CH&A, W/D ho6kups. $700/mo.
includes utilities. 629 S. 14th St. Call
OCEAN VIEW 2433-A S. Fletcher. 2BR/
1BA, CH&A, public beach access. No pets.
1 yr. lease. $825/mo. Call (321)784-6706
days or (321 ;453-7146 evenings.
OCEAN FRONT Great view, 2BR/1BA,
deck, bedroom furniture, carpeted.
$850/mo. + $950 dep. 6 mo. lease. No
pets. 270 S. Fletcher. 556-5722
Affordable Living for eligible .low
Income -eric.r hnarndic.appced .r disabled.,
I & 2 oDeroomI Rare ja;aed on ,r.come
Apply at S.aridrdO. APL:., 2021 i.-,r,-ie
St Fernandina Bacir,; 191:Ji27'-8"2'
Ha oaiCa at, ccei.,'lB. artk. 3al1,3 'le EEqual31
BEDROOMS 70 700
* Large Apartments On-Site Mana.gement Clubhouse & Pla ground
Pool 20 Minutes From Fernandina & Jackson\ tile
OPEN 8:30AM. 5:30P.M. llonday-Friday
Eastwood Oaks 904) 845-2922
37149 Codi Circle
A PA RT M E N T S Hilliard, Florida
YOU CAN HEAR THE OCEAN from this BEAUTIFUL OAK COVERED GOLF
small cozy home on cul-de-sac, just two COURSE LOT in prestigious section of
short blocks from the ocean. Excellent Ocean Club on Amelia Island Plantation.
investment property or live in yourself! Hear the ocean roar just steps away, while
Being sold "As is with right to inspect." overlooking hole #10 of the Ocean Links
$305,000 #35837 golf course. $1,200,000 #35554
TO BE SOLD AS IS WITH RIGHT IN INSPECT TEN ACRES 553'X796' Excellent location, corner
Sellers disclosure provided. Quiet country setting 17 N and Goodbread Road. Owner financing avail-
on one+.- acre with many mature trees. Great able for qualified buyer. Will also consider exchange.
investment possibilities or starter home. Many Nassau County has designated this property as
appliances & furnishings included. This is a newer ,Communi" under the proposed Yulee Area-Wide.
Im ,la .pe.p.m2Q0Pi1.) with .geod sized-croros. Dnrpooi- y1 4 810, .6-1 D~ a-s- b
Carport, -.storage sheduti.li).. storage.. Below DR. .A! qui.on' regarding the Dl should be"
appraised value!' $78,900 #35992" "directed to Planning Staff. $480,000 4341 35
LUXURY AT ITS BEST
3-story townhome, stone floors,
granite countertops. 3BR/3BA,
3,200 ASF. Dock. to the
$1,250,000 MLS# 34478,-
at SUMMER BEACH
Desirable end unit. 3BR/3.5BA,
2,100 SF, many wonderful,
upgrades. $589,000 MLS# 35076
1849 CLINCH DRIVE
Pristine marshfront lot on
Amelia Island. Century old
native trees and beautiful
views. $889,000 MLS# 34623
95324 CAPTAIN'S W
immaculate home located onh
Summer Beach Golf, Course.
4BR/3.5BA, 3,300 ASF.
$939,900 MLS# 35934
Summer Beach is our address not
MAIN SALES OFFICE SUMMER
(800) 322-7448 EACH
(904) 2610624 Amelia slREAnd, Florida
(904) 261"0624 1' Amelia Island, Florida
CAIL ANr OF OUR SAES AGENTS
S BRENDA SLArER :
Call John Howard 1
The Brady Point Expert
Amelia Realty Phone: (904) 261-6116
Visit Me Online I '
:':. John Howard, GRI
* Project Inception Febvruari .2oo
* Original Lots Available 76
* Unsold Lots Remaining -~ 16
* 8% Sold in Months
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3,322 SF, gorgeous appointments.
Community dock. Golf Club of
Amelia Island Membership includ-
ed. $1,125,000 MLS# 32730
86 OCEAN PLACE
Oceanfront, furnished 4-' floor
end unit. 3BR/3BA, 1,739 ASF.
Beautiful unit, beautiful views.
$1,250,000 MLS# 35457
CARLTON DUNES CARLTON DUNES
The epitome of luxury,
oceanfront unit: with south-
ern exposure, $2,200,000
MLS# 32541 .
.:Expansive oceanfront views,
very private, includes extra
garage. $1,950,000 MLS'33596
Summer Beach is our address not our boundary!
MAIN SALES OFFICE
CALL ANY OF OUR SALES AGENTS
..h5456 First.Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034
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- 856 Apartments 1
S. Fletcher Duplex 3BR/1BA, $800.
Forest Ridge 3BR/2BA,.new appliances,
Check all available at our website,
www.amelialodgings.com and click on
"Long Term". Amelia' Island Lodgings,
(904)261-4148, (904)277-9702, or after
For Rent 2BR/1.5BA townhouse apt's.
Newly rebuilt. CH&A, stove, refrig.', d/w,
carpet. No pets. Nonsmokers. $850/mo.
Dep. Ref's. 828 Nottingham Dr. 261-3035
Affordable Living for eligible low-
income persons/families. 1 & 2 bedrooms.
Rent based on -income. Apply at Post Oak,
Acts, 996 Citr:.na Dr, Fernandina Beach-
i904 .'7-761- Harndcrp A':,':.-_lie ap, .
auaaDad. Ecual Hou',nq Oppr.r:.un.r-,
3BR/2BA second floor on the lake
Scrpool. ri d rcn let .:renr,-' eorcn, & FP
I I 00 p-r mT.:,. Ar k f'r :95 :,a
2BR/2BA one story on the lake lpeake.
kt.'rnr ..3arer, w tJ 'v v 'E i 'n^-[.ui'l;
LC110 perf nc.Ir,. r 120CE ilr.m E da,:r.i
2BR/2BA across from fitness center &
pool. rii:- -arpet ,:reer.,d or.:h, ,.' FP
B900 per m,:,rr, .:.r f950 'j -, 'W&.D
3BR/2BA overlooking pool & lake.
LOU oi ,:l -r "pac. immr-_h16
Or-upanr ~200 per mor.,rn (904)277-
9686, Key Realty Advisors.
Tr, oa r Se -[r.n.3ard rO apartment II.Ing at
SOCmier.;e Eeaijt.,l 18R & 2BR SiNGLe
STAR'i 3parmntnrs Io,:.1Otd, on Amelia
Parkai u The-- modern ap.srimert.
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rn-,rorn. Quiet nA.. o,:,rrioo, : 11
GREAT BEACH APTS. 1.R
iuriurnr,.re, 1' 600'-,mo. .& 2FR iuirrereao,
10 C' Tc ISfJu Oepo-,[ Ji:o 6 r -f. Call
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5456 First Coast Highway Amelia -Is ia'n 41L 32034
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PALM III REALTY 904-415-2686
$175,000 $426,000 8632 Noyak Court Patio Home in
87152 Brooker Road 85177 Shinnecock Hills Dr. Previous ICIModel Home in Marsh Lakes Village
MLS#35485 2BR/2BA, MLS#35338 4BR/3BA, North Hampton. Home is perfect Home has over $25,000 in
Approx. 1,110 SF on 1 acre. 2,550 SF 2005 N. Hampton heated beach entry pool with pgtade. Plantation burters.
Home features beautiful home features custom paint, 8 person apa, home automation toan counters, Pergo flooring,
custom wood walls and floors trim & entertainment center, .,sem, custom draperies and so screenedd pauo
custom Wood walls and floors fenced yard that is very much more. 4BR/4 BA 1,834 SF,2BR/2BA.
throughout. private. A must see. MLS#34692 $915,600 MLS#35864 $344,900
Condo Located in 321 S. 3rd St.-Possible 1/2 $234,900 ..en iu
The Colony Acre Development Site 1606 Coventry Lane North Hampton
Condo is close to the beach Survey shows at least 5 MLS#34951 3BR/2BA Estates
and shops, the community has potential buildable lots. L Lakewood home features
tennis courts & swimming Walking distance to nieplace,ile, bar area and screentd- $1,300,000
pool 2BR/2BA 1,130 S.Centre Street in porch Home won't last long MIL 36002
M 5S3553 $259,900 enr m this price range on Island!
Commercial Piece in High Traffic Area. Approximately .5 acre lot has 149'of frontage on 10. Old Nassauvdie Road
Locauonhas great exposure. $450,000 MLS#33586
474303 E. S.R. 200 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
SEALTY904-321-4001 or 1-877-PALM III
.&.o n. Juounuu LaC nu.
* Beautiful lakefront view
from window in family room.
3BR/2BA 1,782 SF
96431 Blackrock Road -
Home on 2 Acres
3BR/2BA, 2,000 SF home has
outdoor verandah with
refrigerator & stowe, plenty
of room to park an RV,
Jauomatic drienva, gale
MLS# 35187 $225,000
1.25 acre lot off of
Mobley Heights Road.
166 E. Johnson Lake Road
Beautiful shade Irees surround
this home. Sit on the front deck
or by the pool and enjoy
3BR12BA 1,344 sF
MLS 3'3819 l35P.,OO
25073 Twin Oaks Lane
Wonderful Opportunity -
Locaied in great area.
Home shows very well.
Fenced yard, 10 ft ceilings,
new paint & ceramic ide.
3BR/2BA 1,940 SF
MIS4# 35885 $228,700
1.u0 Rainuuw A-res Rnuad
Home sits on 1.6 acres lot with
large front porch,
Don't miss this beautiful home!
2BR/I BA, 1,375 SF
Ni S# 358-15-
861821 N.Hampton Club Way
Brand New 2005 Chamberlain
Model Home in Norh Hampton.
Be auti home has neutral colors
home backs up to presenatnon
area. 4BR/3BA,2,800 SE
of Mill Creek
Steps from the Bells River
Lots Range From
170,000 to $240,000
Sof the News-.Leader every week.
A ENTI*ON.i'er'ed b the US Postal Service.
NASSAU COUNTY! ] td--pae' 2- Ar details.
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89 OYSTER CATCHER ROAD -
$1,285,000 AMELIA ISLAND PLANTA-
TION Greg L~ne, Amelia Island's most
respected custom home builder's personal
-,j ,I lr,.. t,, ,,I-
kitchen & bathrooms & 3 car, 914 sq.ft.
WATER0 O4F. ?5 () 0 I
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FIDDLER S BEND UNIT U3411
555TE 000 AMELIA ISLAND
PLANTATION SpecI cular ..ia ,
on t marsh Recently renovated,
nclud ng new kitchen And bath
.: V 1|.3l-. . r
Sonbte marsh. Recently renovahted
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6 OAK POINT DRIVE 50 000 I OAK POINT CIRCLE 5795,000 SAND DOLLAR VILLAS, UNIT
OAK POINT IN LONG POINT OF OAK POINT IN LONG POINT OF 311 $450,000 Top floor
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION southern exposure! Spectacular
Beautiful4BR/3.5BA home on lagoon, Tr,1i IBP'? 5BA home has beautiful ccean views 2BR'2BA remod-
Immaculate condition with wood lagoon new' Home boasLs wood eled kitchen, buit-.in closets in
floors, granite kitchen, crown mold- floors and tile, tra, celinngS crown both bedrooms. Large ocean-
ing, office, metal roof, community molding and maple cabimne and fironi communir, pool Best value
pool, short walk to beach. elevator q.rjr.,re op ,r, the kitchen. on Am*lia Island' MILS 35727
m';,- be added! HLSf 35748 ~ P.LS 35-09
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23 OAK POINT DRIVE 725 000 39 BEACHWOOD RD. S685.000 L-55 JUNIPER COURT $549,000
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION Tr,,: AmEl.j liland Plantation Ijatulou'
r., r, ,., .u.[..T ,,rr, r,,' ,:.,,', bEar b ulu h,ile .O O,.n.. I0-A I c 'l uatied maishnr ew lot in pretiqious Long
r,,cl, ;,.. ,', a" ti, r ,,' lor, 2 lot IS ro"r. trm adedic aed Point Build your custom home
,.:,,uri.-l cr,, ,r a ,pla C ...-_, i,,r'u Itni.. i.r,t.i, 1.ii,a I inriE..:ar garage now or later ino time limit)
. p1 l, ,i i" o. '. z 4Bm .i B i 3 ,'l C. Lithedr)li cillingi 9a among ti some ol the most arch,.
Il,::.r,,, 0 ,, ,. i ,,,.i l .'ipl,,1 6 ri ',, .:,-T lu.ur, le ( l c urjl del s, rd h.?m e i n Sourr,
',rL uh' .: r, i' ur, a ., .iu 50 r.,-r nr,, ,,' Amelia island l t 34272
S 1 111 1 E 3.i' IIl r i ur tubf riL-Sk3-1526
COURTSIDE, UNIT P2350 L-68 SEA MARSH ROAD 5289,000 L 259 BOSTICK WOOD DRIVE
.450,000 AMELIA ISLAND e.iaubjluly trird 1.51 w.ih S175,000 North Hampton
PLANTATION 2BR/e2BA vil'a la ir.igoo vcew n Amela Ialand. Country Club Best talue lot in
approx. 900 ft. Stroll to Plntiton. Easv walk to10 he Lnlks the community, wooded pre-
\'.rr.diah Re) n ur.nrr ierv nice Llubhouse and properri cowieris serve' across from golf course;
, .; itrorr t ho'h b ed.o -rr. club Build jouri uirn'l ho-rie n1ur; Up to 3 year. to build it nect -
IIL w 35 '3"2 orliernIn,:,rr,Im. l m i .iLS It4963 a .ry. MLSi# 34-18
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6540 SPYGLASS 1827 TURTLE DUNES
i .f ', '' 920 000 ILi 3J 3 s'. 51. 100,000
442 BEACHSIDE 1702 CARLTON DUNES
r.ttin 3S270 1,800,000 ML,# 34010 $2 150.000
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Call Coldwell Banker
I orPerfectParnrin Real stae
EASY FLORIDA LIVING just a MARSHFRONT Five bedroom/ FLORENCE POINT Completely
short walk to the Beach. This 3.5 bath builder's home with remodeled 3 bedroom, 3 bath
immaculate decorator's home is outstanding quality throughout. home. From the grande counters
light, bright, and open. Corian Low maintenance exterior for to the wood floors, this home is
counters, lots of ile, and high carefree living. Gorgeous views like new Truly a "must see
Josie counters, los of tile, and high Bruce and a large yard as well You'll Julle
Deal ceilings in a superb location. Jaslnsky McCracken home in a great location.
904-415-1952$349,000 #35993 9s0al$5290e 0 #35628 904-261-0347 $472,000 35478
iosle.;net.maglc.net b4a).wOaerO $529,000 #35628jules9nel-magc.nat
W. -, EXPANSIVE MARSH & IGW
VIEWS Exceptional privacy spa-
Clouds rooms gourmet kitchen, and
"iaYZ lots of outdoor living spaces Fantastic
home for entertaining located on the
Carolyn south end of Amelia Island This
Cherry 4BR/3 5BA home has over 3,570
ctierrytl'aoilcom SF $899000 #35679
BEAUTIFUL UGLPANVIEW 11UME
with a 2-car garage on Amelia's north
end This home was built in 1999
has 3-4 bedrooms & 3 baihs in over
2.350 SF Located tust 200 ft to the
beach, this home would be perfect as
a primary residence or vacation
home $725,000 #35091
THE SANCTUARY One of
Amelia'S most beautiful oceanfront
locations. Only 1 2 homes in this
south end community. Th;s home
has been recently expanded & ren.
ovated to look like newl From the
Judi new pool to the totally remodeled
Raczyns kitchen and then some Call for a
904-261-0347 pnvale showing $5.500.000
4te maain #35988
L AMEUA ISLAND PLANTATION
Large golf froni home in this popular
community. The flexible floor plan is
currently 3BR/4 5BA with a study &
bonus room Could be 5 bedrooms
Terri The house is great for entertaining &
Tennille boasts tons of storage. Competrmely.
M ampricedl $895,000 #34215
THE RESIDENCE Wonderful
gated community on Amelia Island.
This escept;onal 3BR'3BA first floor
condo 3a just sleps from the beach
This complex offers pool, tennis
Carolyn work out facility, and private beach
Cherry walkover Golf membership is avail-
conerylintoiem able. $879,000 #34895
IlIak iaoi-, IhrulE InnIot
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION
Great lot for your dream home in
a lovely resort community Nicely
wooded and located on a quiet
cul-de-sac $305,000 #35991
THE PRESERVE Al SUM-
MER BEACH Brand new
courtyard home ready for Fall
occupancy. The many upgrades
will position this house in the
top tier of luxury living. Includes
membership to the Golf Club of
Amelia. $650,000 #35112
Call for Mortgage Info Today!
uC.,E.viwD uurLE.A located COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL
on the north end of the Island. ON SADLER 2 5 acres with
Each side is 2 bedrooms and 250 feet of frontage on Sadler
2.5 baths. The view and beach Just a few blocks from the
access are great! Good oppor- Beach This would be a prime
tunity for investment, second Shannon location for a restaurant or retail.
home, or primary residence. Smith- Contact Shannon Smith for more
$665,000 #34404 S04-7533935 delails. $1.250,000 #35067
$665,000 #34404 Shawoma .,aoicoma
FANTASTIC OCEAN and POOL
VIEWS Enjoy cool breezes from
your balcony or play a game of ten-
nis on the courts The, unit has all new
windows. doors & plantation shuters
Josie installed in 2005. This rare, unfur-
Deal nished end unit at Surf & Racquet
904415-1952 won't last iongl $630 000 #35465
Josiae.net magic net
904-261 0347 *
?I 800-262-0347 J isY&
Ii- 311 Centre Street ASSOCIATES
SFL EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY
Amelia IsElanOP FL Y4 OWNED & OPERATED
^Amelia Island, FL 32034 PEOPLE YOU KNOW, PEOPLE YOU TRUST
12C WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19.2005 CI.SSIFIEDS News-Leader
Cfoshi,A e 'rifle Compin'y
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Next closing, give us a try and
find out what "FULL SERVICE"
- Courtesy remote location and after hours
closings available upon request ,
- Absolutely the fastest turnarounds
available for quick closings ;
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Conveniently located in the Pjblix Shopping Center
1910 South 14th, Amelia Island, Florida
1925 S. 14l St., Suite 4
Amelia Island, FL 27
TOWNHOUSES: 4 2-story town--
homes, newly renovated. 2BR/1BA.up
and LR, kitchen and 1/2 bath down.
AMERICAN BEACH: 8 efficiency apartments
on a 50x100 lot must be sold with adjoining
2BR/1.5BA house (sold as is) on 50x100 lot
$750,000 MLS#34847 & 34852
HILLIARD: 28R/2BA home wilh having HOM for CHRISTMAS: It's not too
room, large den, oftnce, large master bath, late! 5BR/5BA, 3,993 ASF. Hot tub on
on 10 99 acre. Porches, utility room, 3 screened lanai, backs up to lake & golf
outbuilding. S239,900 MILS#35710 course 5684,500 LS15852
.. . .. -
OCEANSIDE DUPLEX: Views from all A1A FRONTAGE: 65x170 lot and
rooms & large decks, each side has 28R/1BA, adjoining lot (size TBD) to be sold
njt to beach access for extra parking. together. ..
Weeklvuental/;7,5'S,Q/90 LS#,3511- ,'/aS800;000-'le 35 af3 t --
Ie- ---- -A W/.'//;./7,'],'40 s ; .
Lots and Land
Callahan O10x100 Lot
1 acre lot, small pond
White Oak Lane
Uppizan Court 9.3 acres
144 Frontage feet on A1A
Near Lofton Creek
American Beach Lots
$750,000 MLS#34942 & 34943
3710 East S.R. 200
:' Redbud Lane
Lot Zoned RM
BLOCK FROM BEACH 2530 Fir-t Aye, 2
BR/1BA upstairs, huge deck, washer,
dryer, $900/mo., includes water, sewer,
garbage. $900/dep. (904) 277-2253.
AMELIA WOODS TOWNHOME 3BR/
2BA, fireplace, formal LR & DR Available
now until Dec. 20tn. 51250/mo. includes
utilities & castle. Nick Deonas Realcy. Inc.
AMELIA WOODS IBR/1BA. Immaculate
condition Lignt & bright w/vaulted
ceilings. Faces pool & beach access. No
pets. $go9,'mo Ist & last. Call (770)789-
SUMMER BEACH SAILMAKER -
Furnished .pool side villa. 1st floOr flat,
3BR/2BA, -otps to t1e ocean. For rent,
snort or long term. $1800/mo 556-2692
AIP RESORT LIVING or, iCW Fiddler's
Bend. Long term rent. 6 mos. minimum.
Furn. or unfurn. 38R/2BA. Living rm,
inning rm, screened in patio, eat-in
kitchen. Corian countertops, jacuzzi, pool,
& beaches S1695imo t utilities &
deposit. (904)504-7219 or (904)262-
8911, I. m-g.
FOR RENT Amelia Lakes. IBR, gated
community clubhouse, pool, fitness
$850/mo. 38R/2BA, Flora Parke, $1350!
mo. Call Linda (321)231-3888.
Real Estate, Inc.
OCEANVIEW 2BR/I BA upstairs.
on S. Fletcher. $1,1501mo *- utilities
NORTH FLETCHER 2BR/IBA.
$800/mo. + utilities. Avail. Oct '05
3BR/2BA OCEANVIEW. top 112 of
duplex $1.000/mo utilities.
LAKESIDE Amelia Lakes Condo
I BR. Tennis, pool & fitness. $900/mo
OCEANFRONT CONDO -
Just remodeled 2BR/2BA, FURN.,
community pool. $1.450Emo.
I year lease. GREATVALUE!
2BR/I BA HOME downtown in Hist.
District $1.200/mo + uhtbries. *
4BR/3BA OCEANVIEW HOME -
Great view and easy beach access.
2,000+ SF. $1.550/mo.+ utilities.
487 So. FLETCHER 2BR/IBA
oceanview. Monthly/weekly rental.
APPROX I ACRE ON A IA/SR200
ON ISLAND. Great visibility,
fenced. Great location for outdoor
display nursery, equipment, garden
items. Ground lease.
*TWO HISTORIC DISTRICT
OFFICE/RETAIL locations. Both less
than I block to Centre /Atlantic.
PRIME COMMERCIAL SPACE in
Applebee's / SteinMart / CVS
complex. New 4,000 SF building
facing 8th St./AIA. 1,000 SF bays,
high visibility retail, vanilla shell.
DEERWALK Prjme high visibiliy
Aocation on Al I 'Neli. 1. 2 F
"units. $1,671.887 M.-$ I,727.6& o.,
E] -- eI -= -
"TROPHY EDITION.' Exceptional Ultra Luxury Sedan in Pristine
Condition Inside & Out. Rare Opportunity to Own One of the
World's Finest Motor Cars. Only 39K Miles on This Beauty,
Which Originally was Offered at Over $150K! British Green _
Exterior with TuTone Saddle Tan Leather Seating. Complete ,
with All Original Accessories, Tools & Equipment. Of Course
Includes Climate Controlled A/C, Multi-Disc CD Concert Stereo,
and Power EVERYTHING. All Books from Rolls-Royce & Bentley.
Step Into One of Amelia Island's Most Beautiful Cars.
-rre-t-ru AT 055,950.
2004 CHEVY CORVETTE
OM Nl il 3i M.'Il On The Or-C ne-,, >:erstt ll
Mii reiicR fed Ml raili: ie'rirr w/Lj.hr tan I t .e 'iosungi
H..;h P.:.l,hIed Au lu,Tii. WhTI, lI V i C i : c .,l.irn.] HW ,.1 II.
0Q,plj, 1 Fl4 ,,T,.ir, Jilt5 5 e J, 'd L. rriileds Slip
Dbriseo,r,il iSrip in yb L Auto, C1d Ai arid Mucd..
Mud.h lie MSIRP 157715 CURRENT NADA RETAIL OVER
K VALUE PRICED '42,950
Beautitul Suv in b..ArIew Cordrion Locll Ownred aind
Mianlained i :' Uri Vo -4 Wheel Dre AulO, Cold A/C
full Plcwer irn:ludrg WId:,ws Lods C&sfr,e i Till Allyi
Wheeli, AM/FM C, iere-" M WLCD Sreern Cuntroli lor
A/C & Rjdio Factory Tow Pa iage Co Anywhele w0ih
This Truic Irn .yle NADA RETAIL 127KI
S VALUE PRICED '22,950
One of the N;cest Minivans Out There. 4 Sporty 4-Door That's Great on GasI 4
Door Extended Length, Seats 7. Front and Cvl., Auto, Cold A/C and Power Locks.
Rear Cold A/C V6, Auto, AM/FMl Stereo AM/FM CD Stereo. Gets About 32
Casi., Rear Audio, Alloy Wheels, Cruise and
nTI. Side Airbags and ABS Brakes. Move the MPG Highway and 22 Around Town.
Famrnly with This Big Van That's Good on Gail Jump On This One .. Fast
VALUE PRICED '7,450 VALUE PRICED '7,450
Le-U SllYOR a Q iclyan Esiy
Cal Cri ad skabut ISirNMNTSAES
Lean Lar-ax'"' History! Well-
Maintained and In Great Condition
Inside & Out. V6, Auto, Cold A/C, Full
Power, and Morel Perfect Family Car
for All Your Road Trips! Low, Low
Miles! VALUE PRICED '6,450
1l VILD5MOBDILECL ,UI.aSIS9 i IVY F FUU I FIU IlUl UIEIn LA
CarFaxim Certified I Owner! Only 24K Only 68K Miles! CarFaxnT Certified.
Mdes Well-Maintained, Locally Owned Local Trade-in with Power Windows &
Sedan V6 (30 mpg), Auto, Cold A/C, Locks; Cruise and Tilt. Auto, Cold A/C,
Power Windows & Locks; Cruise arid Tilt. AM/FM Cass. Stereo. Deep Blue
Take Advantage of this Low Mileage Mid- Exterior w/Light Tan Cloth Seats.
UAIIIS PaDirCn s' An uAI il Parrn ID 4A
www.a servicere y.
r A =11-iI. '- W V-
$85222 Phillips Road -, $7.50mo.
,22 mobilt home. iLh rnew p.ani Sphi floor plan,
screemed-ir, parch ard fecid in backward with
luge ttres PeLs. O upon approval Aadable
Now Coainutr living,
86012 Pineevw Drivne $750/mo.
71 ,Airrkl home, Had.id..:ud oor min R.carfpi
,n bedroom No Pal_
96692 Blackrock Road $900/mo.
3/2 brick-ranch, den or 41t, droom.WID hook-
up, on a fenced a cr prii. off bad,, detached
w.urk ,ed f PFL Ok ipitn appr.vil
851961 82) Sl. Thomnar $1,t10/mo.
412 in Lcfic.r. uakI ub. E,3l-in Ekechen, gnrti
room with fireplace. scrfened-ir. porth, 2-car
garig ,prinkler sytlim, ill appliance,. PtOOK
upon approval. Avajiable Noiw
S97J3 irales Poinl Dri- $1,200mo. JL
i/ ..i t p1is rn .: nih >1rblSing -
AMlpicpaic mludmigwasheridr)cT, ,d.by'.
side w/iemaker, wood burnmg slte, large do.
.T.i Vkw of Cumberland Island PMa OK upon
apprutal Aailable Nohr
33281 Sunny Parke Circlde $1,800/mo.
4/2 band new home t'itli E .ot fountain m on ih
lake. Greal open kitchen, formal living, dining
and family room with fireplace. approx. 2.2)0 SF.
2-cir airage. In Grande Parke at Flora Parke
1414 Ian SIrel $650/mo.
2/11 simgwide dose io the Rir and Amel3a Islind
Plantation. Large oak tm-i in backward.
S1103 Dale Street S675/mo.
2/1 nt:min kchen, separate dining room, lar-c
Iying ro.,m. Has laundry room. Convener, and
dose to everything. Available Now.
3/I with fenced-in )ard. New w'asher/dr)er.
Carport (Iloe in and camcruent lo everything
Pet, ClK upon appro-al
1725 S. Fletcher Avenue $l,6501mo.
4/13 .iLh parrial ocan *ie*-, kt-hen & kitch-
enetle. Screened porch, leneed backyard, -car
garage,'W/D & .dishwasher. Peii OIk pon
approval. Available Now.
1939 S.8th Streel Each $450/mo. + Tax
Unit 3,4 and 5 are available Ideal for oficn or
*mall shop:. Rent I, or all! Located direcul)
acE;-i from buiger King
5ECUInTV DEPOSIT REQUIRED
EO. O OTHSRN
3BR/2BA W/POOL cutest nouse In the
neiganornood. In Lakewood area. Ceramic
tile. Huge lanai. Newly remodeled.
Available immediately (904)583-2379
Fu rn ish ed
+ PLANTATION POINT 3BRj2BA house
withl lftl or 2-car garage. I l,3J0/mc..,
Include: .n ma.nenanc.b.A'. a Lible
tfjrtn mi shed
+ 1ST AVENUE : 2BR/BA hoie.
Close 0O the beach $900/mo -'Aill Noe.
* IST AVENUE : 3BRJ2BA unit.
2-cai garage. Close 0o the be3ch
$1,250/mo. Available 10/20.
* AMELIA CIICLE : 3BR/2BA house.
2-car garage. $1,125/mo. 'Aallable Now.
* COMMODORE PT I,(,tieN iLsurr fi uesr i"a :
NEW 3BR/2BA hoas. 2 -car garage. 1.500 SF.
$1,075/mo Available Nou.
+ FORESr RIDGE : 2BR/IBA condo.
Community pool $795/mo.
Avadable.JO/lu. NO, PEI..
+ MONTEGO BAY(isushOiia): NEW 36R/2BA.
2-car garage, 1,600 SF. $1,400/mo
+ LAKESIDE DR. N. Gttsi.stFFl: 3BR/2BA.
2-car garage, 2,000 SF. $1,250/mu
Available Now. No PETi...
* CLUBVI1.LAS (UmpI: BRJ15BA condo.
Community pool. I1,275/mo
* SEACASTLES : 3BR/2.5BA condo.
2-cargarage Community pool l1.1-5/m
Available Now. No PErs
* SOUTH4r4H STREE r:3BR/2BA house.
Close to the Historic District. includes lawn
maint.,later,garbage & sewer. 1.15i/mo
+ SOITH FLETCHER AVENUE : 3BR/I.5BA
upstairs uniL Close ithe beach $ S/m:,.
Chaplin (904) 261-0604
2700 Mizll Street 12. ?nd fl.or cond,' iAit, -sh-
L" & ir nct Co.Ihnny i pocIl & li.nniscourtn.. I tl'xk
IromheNh Am,al i* lfort S9.i
3105 S. Fletcher Ate. Ktlch Courtyard
Oceanfr-.on,2 condoilh Ie,.r, oi.Toier uras A.igned
p.iiLognp.,nil Anad -,asn S1.5O
2680 W. 51h St.- Brand new 32.5 hinmie .. n,'orth en-.
Of ihdiL, Clo.I ith.ie leach. Apple \'9167 SF. 2ndi
gara-ge, tull I weWD. replace, upgraded kitchen
" 1 7.511 Aval noo
95497 Captaln'i Way In GolfUide North J12 tihme
n qluiel gated crnmmunirvy 2.40 SF Avail no. for
s$1 )50 Sml. pel I.t.
95(66 Spring Tide Lane RiniPl ce 4BR;IBA. .-
:io)rj l,-irdLieis on nimarh iLh 2- ca gair. a & elea-
I.. Alad nowr for 12,Wi
LUNFURNISHED -OFT ISLAND
86164 Cartesian Point 312 neo. nnm.. W Ts no)
up, 2 e, ,I-ago., lain ,ninluid I l SF No
p 13 A ', .l no lor 1t 1 I""'.
862'27 Car-lan Point Dr. 32 ne- r. e. 0'*D
h,.:.k.up. 23cai garage. kIan care is',ided I-.10 SF
N Flts Aaul for S1i.X
86250 Carlianil Poilnl D. 3 2 r i.- ome. WviD
h.u-.kup. 2-car gamae., la*r. care ircl ided I 922 SF
I weoll petI l. A.iuel n,,, I.ir I' 3H
Amdla Lakei B-aunfdl 1/2. .'rd flr,,r condo I 345
SF' ID hook p. umcrnelpasUcOerlx-i.hg ire Ick
Comiaoily pial & gym A'ad sno' for l. 151'i o
$1 25il'h h garage
Amelia Lakea, IBR/IBA. 2nd Ilo,,i condo. \/WD
0I... .up. cienekM pain. alarm I .tral el .ci
AI abls r..:.u for $%t5
2357-A Isl Avenue 3 duplex -ilh I
lawn care Ainal. oon
Quality unfurnished rental home, rom $1,000 00 to $1.8O 00 00 per
. I,...... 1-11, ...fir h,,k--- .. .. ..Ih Ark..............
* FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE A RARE
4BR/3BA BUILT IN 1999. OVER 1,970 SF.
I VERY OPEN AND BRIGHT, FIREPLACE,
1486 STEVENS ROAD. $109,000
NEW LISTINGS -
IN YULEE A 9 ACRE CATTLE AND HORSE
RANCH WITH 3 POLE BARNS, 20x42 GARAGE,
2 WELLS,.STOCKED POND, CROSS FENCING ,
MORE. ALSO HAS A 2002 D/WIDE. $475,000
HOME 3/1 GREAT AREA IN YULEE.
I HARTS ROAD EAST $135,500
* YULEE ACRE BEAUTIFUL CORNER ACRE
CENTRALLY LOCATED NEAR HWY 11 SOUTH
WELL SEPTIC POLE. $67,500
* 2002 D/WIDE-3/2, ALL ELECTRIC.
WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES, 1 488 SF
1.3 ACRES. THERESA ROAD $115.000
* ?001 D/WIDE 3,2. ALL ELECTRIC
FIREPLACE, 1,215 SF. 1 ACRE $84,500
* YULEE ACRE GREAT CORNER ACRE NEAR
HWY. 17 ON JOANN & MADELINE ROAD.
NOT CLEARED. $55,000
on wy.17 n Yle...$14 ,00. t*3+ CRS
T/H DUPLEX 2BR/1BA. W/D. 2 blks
from beach. 2835 Ocean Dr. Avail. 10/20.
No pets. $750/mo. plus utilities & sec.'
2BR/2BA Beautiful lakefront setting in
Amelia Lakes. Screened: room, cathedral
ceilings, new carpet & paint, pool & fitness
center. $1025/mo. Garage avail. 277-7031
AMELIA LAKES Luxury Condo 2BR/2BA,-
gated communirv, clubhouae, fitness
center, pool & tennis court. $950/mo. +
dep. (904)653-2260 or (904) 753-0701.
3BR/2BA Sleeps 6. Hot tub. Close to
beacr, & pool. $1800 monthly or 51400
weekly Call Realty Executives (904)261-
1012 or Pat Turner ('904)556-9586.
2BR/2BA SPACIOUS MOBILE HOME -
Walk-in closets, on 2.5 acres, large deck,
water softener, very clean. $780/mo. +
deposit Call 321-2779 or 583-14131.
FIRST AVE. Block to beach. 3BR/2BA,
$1200/mo Deposit & references a must.
Pets OK. Cable included. Call Kevin at
NORTH HAMPTON HOME 4BR/3BA,
2250SF, fenced backyard. $1900/mo.
Available Nov l st. (904)415-2686
FLORA PARKE 38R/2BA. New wood
floors and tile. Available Nov. 1st.
$1300,montn. Call i90-14261-5899.
AMELIA PARKE TOWNHOME for rent.
2BR'2.SBA, 1500 sq. ft., courtyard.
$1200/mo. Call (904)277-4453 or 206-
3BR/2BA near ine beacr,, scrools &
snoppng. $i 0/00mo Amelia Island
Lodging Svystems, (904)261-4148,
(904)277-9702, or after hours (904)753-
Newly Renovated 2/1 near American
Bch. CH&A, W/D conn., nevw stove/rerfg.,
screen porcnr. Sec 8 apps OK. $695.'mo.
BEACH HOME FOR RENT 3BR/2BA,
new flooring, satellite system avail.,
washer! dryer, fireplace, 1-car garage.
Short vialk to Deacn. i|O smok.rng Credit
crhck req'd. $1300/mo. (904)415-6095,
NEW HOME IN YULEE 3EBR2BA,
doutic' garage. 96033 Sun Fish Ln. in
heron isles suDOdi.ision $1050/mo. Call
LOOKING FOR A long term unfurnished
rental in the Amelia Island area' Visit our
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Century 21 (904)261-3077.
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3BR/2BA PATIO HOME Marsh-Lakes.
Vaulted ceilings. Community pool. All
appliances. Screened-in porch. Only 3 yrs.
old. $1450/mo. Call (904)206-1231.
ISLAND HOME FOR RENT 3BR/2BA
w/new appliances & remodeled. Workshop
Inside fenced backyard. Great
neighborhood. $1100/mo. Call (904)556-
4-5BR/1.5BA HOUSE $950/mo. +
$950 security deposit. No pets. No
smoking. 6 mo lease. Bell River Estates
Peaceful Beachwalk Subd. L9 4BR.
3.5BA. garage, whirlpool Ir, master 'uite,
pool 8 Jacuzzi in fenced yard, oeacn
access. $1700/mo. Rent is negotiable
depending on length of lease. Available
nov. Call (904)556-8651 or (912)634-
ISLAND ,HOME with Panoramn,: l Marsh
View. 3BR/2BA on prlate 1-acre lot
Updated appliances, new carpet & pair
Attacned garage with automat-c opener
$ 1350/mo. Call Stan (904)261-2712
CHARMING ISLAND HOME '16 12th
St Nice neighborhood, 3BR 28A, totally
renovated, everything brand new. $875 +
dep Ref's req'd. (904)261-5630, Iv. msg
NEW HOME 2800sf, 4BR/3BA t Donus
rm, screened porch, gourmet kitchen.
Bell Riv.er Estates off Roses Bluff Ra. in
Chester area. J1495/mo. + dep Credit
check req'd. 860-5564 or 288-6497
OCEAN VIEW On quiet north end.
3BR/2BA, balcony, covered parking.
$1300/mo. First & last + depos.t 1731 Fi.
Fletcher. Available now k 352)475-3-97
Ocean View 2 story 3BR.3BA, den,
approx 2000sf on Qulet cul-de-sac at N.
Beach. Pool, decks, OdI gar. Pets w/dep.
$1985/mo. Ind. R.E Svcs. 904-415-0370.
YULEE COTTAGE 2BR.'IBA, completely
refurbished, CH&A, tile bath. $675,;mo.,
it & last + $600 securry Call (904)261-
LOVELY OCEAN VIEW Remodeled
duplex, 3BR.'2BA. 1600 sq. ft quiet north
end near Ft Ci.ncrn 1285/rro. Pets witn
deposit. CallI 415-0370
1BR/1BA COTTAGE hot tuO, on the
beacn. 535 Ocean Aie. Long term lease.
$800i)/mo. Call 1904)396-2939.
FOR RENT- 58R/2BA nouse on 3.5 acres.
Onff island. Boat ramp near CH&A.
2000/mo. (904)277-3407 or t904)556-
2BR/2BA SPACIOUS MOBILE HOME -
WalK:-in closets, on 2.5 acres, large deck,
water -ortener, ,ery clean. $780imo. *
deposit. Call 321-2779 or 583-1431
HOUSE ON 3 ACRES Near Springnh.
Church. 3BR(small/)2BA. Rerfs required.
$700/mo Call (904)261-6004, leave
FOR THE ELITE Beautiful Piney Island
2-story with panoramic vistas of mash &
TCW 4BR/3BA, 2-car garage & mucr,
more. $2100/mo includes lawn care. Nick
Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19,2005 CLASSIFIED News-Leader 13C
1022 Isle of Palms 3/2, $1100.
86399 Meadowwood Dr. 3/2, $1200.
96074 Ridgewood Cir. (Lofton Pt,) -
23987 Creek Parke Cr. (Flora Parke) -
2165 Natures Gate Ct. N. 3/2.5
Call Carol or Sherri at Century 21
BRAND NEW HOME 3BR/3BA/2-car
garage + bonus. 1900sf, lake view, 15
minutes to beach, convenient to
interstate. $1450/mo. (904)483-7617
2BR/1BA COTTAGE in Old Town. Quiet
neighborhood. $800/mo. Call 753-3268.
ELEGANT 2BR/1BA top floor duplex.
Oversized deck. Beautiful ocean views.
Quiet. No smokers. Pets okay. $950/mo.
CUTE REMODELED 1BR HOUSE Stove
& refrigerator included. City of Fernandina
Beach. $450/mo. + deposit. Call (904)
415-5567 or 277-3604.
861 Vacation Rentals ]
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.
lawyers; accountants. Immediate move-in.
Beautifully decorated, builder's special
design, 1100sf, divided, 2 offices,
reception area, conference room. 819 S.
8th St. Callifor appt. 753-0608.
Homes For Rent
Fully remodeled 3BR/2.5BA bath
tov. house, all new appliances.
cabinets, countenops & ceramic
ile. central air., ./d hookup: great
neighborhood. close to schools;
$1 .000-$1.-100 monthly plus
Like-new home nestled in a quiet
neighborhood setting yet conven-
ient to everything; 3BRi3B A ith
large backyard, ceramic tile.
$1,000-$1,400 monthly plus
Cozy cottage in Old Towne on
ornery lot,. completely remodeled.
2BR' lBA. small deck. central air,
w/d hookup,'located on. quiet
street in hisionc neighborhood.
Steal of a deal at $800 monthly
Call 1904) 753-3268
1864 Commercial/Retail l
DEERWALK Prime high visibility location
on AlA in O'Neal. 1250sf units. Curtiss
Lasserre Real Estate (904)261-4066.
IN YULEE, for lease commercial; 1054 sq
ft. $900 a month. Call (904)548-7297.
AMELIA ISLAND RESORT AREA Prime
location on First Coast Hwy., north of AIP,
south of Ritz Carlton. 1008-1530 sq. ft.
SHORT TERM RENTAL NEEDED by
mature couple with 3 well ,behaved cats,
Nov. 1 to Feb. 1 while new home being
built. Call Heather 10am-3pm, 261-3696
or 5pm-9pm at 491-4688. Good
mA N PIn.L. A I
901 Automobiles 1
2001 SILVER KIA SPORTAGE 4X4.
37,500 miles. $6,000. Call (904)753-
1996 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 80,000
miles. New tires, battery, brakes, heater,
AC. Good condition. 2nd owner, local;
2000 FORD EXCURSION 7.3L diesel.
4WD. Loaded. $11,000. Call (904)206-
FOR SALE '94 Cadillac Deville, 162,000
highway miles, CC, tilt, PL, PW, PS, leather
$3500. Also, '94 Mercury Sable, 95,697
miles, V6, auto., air, $800. (904)206-0704
1981 JEEP CJ5 304, V8, runs excellent,
great for the beach or island hopping.
$3,000. Call (904)277-6745.
I 903 Vans 1
1993 MERCURY VILLAGER GS 6 cyl.,
loaded, full power, green w/gray interior.
236K miles. Runs good. $1200/OBO.
S904 Motorcycles I
2004 YAMAHA PW50 2-stroke 50cc
engine w/auto oil mix. Asking $750.
Commercial Space For Rent
Commercial space available in busy
shopping center on 8th Street,
Femandina Beach. 900 sq.ft. / 2,000
sq.ft. spaces or combine for larger space.
Call (904) 753-3268
2852 Eastwind Drive (Ocean Reach) -
4BR/2BA, 2-car garage. Beautiful & spacious home central-
ly located with formal dining room, replace in living room,
large kitchen, fenced rear yard and covered patio. Lawn
care included. 2,000 SF. $1,54S.mo. Available Early Nov. :
CONDOS/TOWNHOMES ~ On Island 2139 Ciera Lane (The Arbours) 4 .2BA 2- ir garage
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28 .2 -4 qr.un.d IlC.r condo .n gav., C :orr.n.,ur..r, ,rlo l. Ih .. 1M 63 SF. 1J 350 m
m.n po:.c la e ar.,- go .r c,-.ure Amer..-. .,ndc2ud m.)it, 5 t, ;r.ia ll 1930 Highland Drive i8 A2 2.car ai.ai *:u. tium i.uilr
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730B Tarpon Avenue 2BP'2ai Ii rt q3ra .ge Thn, ,:Vrg4yOui h ,Cr i.g I. ..-. d.. -.I '.. a :. i. r' t. n -r. ..r i .. ir..r, .31 .
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to, r. ,;,h,r,a p ".e al .rTn Ci.nch &, miru, -i. r.:,: .i.. .c d,',. ,-.,-, .r, p. e ,r,[,.:. -.:I 1 8"10 SF i1 7 0 mei Alailable Early Nov.
pan ..lia .. h, r.., ha. a p ai cort, a.. a ,,,,a., dm .. 1798 Arbor Drire (5115 Parkway) ;aa ,*, 'ca.
cable/satellite ready. hVW ,ierdr,er ind i .a a. rclud.:.d c ,1... n ..Iuiir r r r I c in1 L. -.
1,564SF. $1,400/mo Available Mid.Ocober. "r ;, ".,i- ,; .r : b i .."r i.' ,.r- ,, .a
Amelia Landings. 4C FURNISHED 26R,2864 L.el., unit ,rr.i,-.c,. e.T, .. .r,, 3rn.j3 r.r p :, a *..n c,~i -,dj ,. p ,:.-,-
,inr aikr.. a .k .,raCe to ine oe.ch ,at.. .:.i t e .r... c.:u.- p.r.- d & ,.i .,-ciuaea 1.860 SF r% 5t5 m Ata.iablE Ear y Nouember
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lin in ,oi ""poic"Cv r. etupr lbialoetoR1 35 aa,. leter .4,'ee -- 26.r'2-h 2... arae r. ite
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cr,nidl ,rjudzd 1950 mo E 0 o .:r. 1Ez ,II L, ,ra, t,r,-h-, r, r .r .i- Oc., c ,irho. l3n
Almelia W oods, #103B 6 .-16 4rlb. acui. up,i3,, :-:ado. close to i. i .i ,-. ,.,, 6 -,i ... ",ii. I ,irc" ," ,ar. aid-'
the "o- ch i ,-r.g trai.:arne la .p.'r. r 'i.a .l.-ulE. Ceilings ,l:.r. a r l, or.l, l I ..r.:l.a 900 SF 1995 mo
.ar. ucled 840 SF. mo wat SINGLE FAMILY HOMES ~ Off Islanld
Ocean Dunes, #D-1 FURNISHED oceaonront condo. 86004 Cathedral Lane (Lofton Oaks) 38.12BA 21car
2BR/2i A :co.mlortbbl grc, un, l Il,-or un't ot.ah 3 ,auiuhjIl ,ea,' View. qg ra3 E bE3au.iul I '. d l:-7 I,.' I pla cr.l I,am. .-m iu telhlt dr:h. ., a,-
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de.;aonaie. plk,.n ano cva r d- ., irivlidc 1 210 SF. S I 400/mo. ; :. r, r,i.:ri Arp.:.rT I 1 483 SF SI 250 mo Avail. in 30 cas
SInGLE FA17 -Y HOMET n Isla" T -- 31176 Grassy Parke Drive (Flora Parke) s R :;B
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b cicha .:huo.i, a ai.i1 ..q a ,1 ir..r.a ro.:.v. i,,- 1, ,i,-1 ...,h FP 76158 Lonyleaf Loop (Tiniberereek Plaiaijon. )Yulee) -
ten .,d far ,.3rd .-reEned porch Ir.cI ia .: are 2 311 SF. 1 375 mo '"i :*.'. d '.a r ,ur. i l a,, .:. i.e ,,-..'. r,, .c,.h,:,.:.. "har
412 Portside Drive (Ocean Cay) 8~ a. g1.sr aac tcl Idc de I .uTIr II .l' -i 1 p:..:.i u, c. .,-.i L.:rc.rl, C r.,rn.r r ii.
W ilk I. ithe beach irom desrab le O c.,3r, C: P,',,ai. ,.:r ..n p o.,r:r c r 'C, "ia iIn, I.. L' l'l-l' I- P ". :. 1-. .r dC hAr, h a: li I C I- 11, r.
ou Culi. :ac Large eat.,r landd kitchr,,-, lIuu,-,r, ma b th Excoii ni F anrr, t .r.. a. &: -cki upFi r 1-.,r i r_,Ic ,.rc n.I.r, Fpar, ,rrgir,c.n ,.
cornd on rnEier n neighborhood L" r, care rncl 2.229 SF l .450 m e "nno 3 .l., B4 1, 5 :r. I1 t'ia "r ..r ,I.,r, ,'h I e h EJ' r ,, Er' ir..:a a.r.n
care i"i,:lu e 3,060 SF $1.495. rho
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Tagged To Sell! *
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'93 FORD MUSTANG 1,995
#F1561A $ .rF99
Auto, Air! #F1568A 2F295
'88 OUSMO REGENCY 4DOOR 9$ A
One Owner, 53K Mis, like New! #F1560A 2i1 995
'99 FORD WNDSTAR $ AA E
Dual Air, Clan! #5174A W77~
'96 FORD EPLO FUR DOOR $ aa
Aut, Lod, HURRY #5308A 4 ,99
' OCHEVYMAIJBU FOUR DOOR $ l
Loaded, NCe #F1538A $5,99
'02 FORD FOCUS MX3 HATCHBACK $ 7 sen
SAuto, Nice, Ar! #5277A I7 1
'01 FORD TAURUS SEL er g
Leather, Loaded, Payment Speol! #4299A I
Auto, Aid #PC956A 1 w95
9 voutSW, m Bm GI, $1A Ca
Sunroof, Leatherl #PC953 I 9"
M2FORDWINDSTA=R7POSSORVAN f$ A AAC
Auto, A/C, dm Clean! #PC917A .OI9 9:5
'2 MEWRCURCOUGAR M$1A a,
Sunroof, Loaded,29K Miles! #F15675 $ 1,, W W
'04PW oMNACGRANDAMSE S11 ,99
Auto, AirExtra Clean! #PC965 1 ,995
'4 A OPTIMAFOURDOOR S 1 Aa
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'05 FORD FOCUS ZX4
4Door,12K Mles! #F1530 r$ 1 I 999S
'3 F ORD RANG' XLTER SUPC $1' AAr
Hurny Only 15K Miles, AutoAir # I .
JO3 MERCURYGRAND MARQUIS p13$99
Iather, Loaded, 27KMiles! #F1571, 1I3,99
'04 CHRYSU S CONVERTIBLE $
Ready to Crue, Etro Clean! nPC944 W Ww9
'02FORDWINDSlTARS $1 A
Leather, Loaded #F1554 I "
'5 FORDESCAPEXLT $1 AA
Au*,, Loaded, FaLoryWanly # 1PC964 9 9
'2FORDF.1I SUPRCA4x4 $ A 95
FX4 Package, 33,000 Miles! #1 550 $ 9
'05 FORD XPLORERXLT1
3rd Seat, Fadory Warnty! #PC962 $19F995
'04FORD MUSTANGGT s1A A,
13KMIe, 5 Speed, Loaded! #F1573 I 7g 95
Fatoi Waonty, Sunroof, V8! #F1570 m$2995d
'03 FoR F.5 4x4L m DIm L $ mm $ AAC
Sup ISiw, ,Got See! #M3A 2 9W 95
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HOLLY POINT EsrTAIES $275,000+ 93 OCEAN PLACE $895,000
EIghil bauatifl lice had Jd lois alo-ng ih. ChrisTphcr/Florw.h.c, Cread Beauriful and privacy 2 bdroom illa adjacent to'the Ritz-Carlon.
TI..J.ill h. with iculb ri.drie'ia pad .idiinedrbru.h cleared' fI ll iar diaii.2 i Tasietilv decoraicd, fluill Ifurnjshed with gorgeous views of the world'
,.;.pe. ,atllimied niede:ci,,un, M,.S Gol5 i reknowned Amelia island beach M,.S -.44. _
KATHY WHITE 904.75,2"05- CRAiG BENNETT 904 556.1122
AP M MEYER 904.415.0303
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503 So. 7'" SrREET $449,900 Lor 3, BROOK HILL PLACE $175,000 86444 RIVERWOOD DRIVE $329,000 3328 WINTERBERRV AVENUE $450,000
,,, r,3p.coe.:.l hj-.,)r) ifr.hi,,bfaurinill/reisiorid 4BR.1930h: me Gorgeous Great ,opporltuiitr for large I acre lot located within gated commurn. Full tu,:.homeotler; .",sS .F ,n il]'.biby. PrhnL.irital C''BR 'h 3 fuji Build y'our drim h,:,me and eijoy .\expanive views and easy access to die
o,:,d E1,.:, 2 nre,, baths iL ih ik., ipectlcuir kitchen with honed granice ty of Amela Ba,. Close to beaches and Island 39 homesites located bath: Huge macr with i ing area, O)p n kii.chenigici.a room riLot o Nasa Rlver tiom thishalf acre+ deep water lot Creat fishingfrom your own
o:,uare '-, Lan pdsJped I,',l~)00C:,rnerhomes.Ist MItS.5446+ within thislovely ommunty. Callfardetail. t.L530. lI Bauiifulpre r'alon l,:, in Mddo,.cid Mt'ii.'H" bakyard. Etstcringdoukpihngallowv. l;Mre 3aerbuilding. MISLmis5
KAREN WERLING 866.437".8505 EVELYN MORTENSON 904.753.2014 KATHY GARLAND 904.556.5744 PAM MEYER 904415.0303
318 No. 3" STREET $79,900 95204 SPRINGTIDE LANE $1,399,000
Thrs lot 1 ,ir downtown hat large trees, but i aho partjalU clear for Baurifull) furnirhed R LrPl.ac -'ia bth boar -.lip nr.clud.J GrEat suri-
buildm.. perfect spot for woJr dream home near the Amelna Rier iet. 'mm virrualh ,es -. ro,,T,3BR -BN. Formalhb n irid inningg r,:i.mi,
Ne, deed restriction,. Call lamejar mori nki MLS .3589 fily ,wm.;ummmc killer "n icr-ned bile:.c & muro te MLS # 5-1..
IANIE WESTMORELAND 904.753.2018 GLENN HANCOCK 904.753.2009
1378 PLANIATION POINT $4-129,000 2680 WEST 5'1 STREET $539,000
Southern nrd ol land m gated communirv is thJis loIldv ',BR/2BA Lovely. new 3PK/2..BA iownh>:me onlv sleps to the beach. Two-cai
brick.-frnt home idd I,,ler and kitchen,gap rarge.gadtermg room garage, mole gas fireplace, gas sicte, and 2 decks Views of the
..,ith lot.ol owmid,,ows and gas fireplace i>ts 5.6'::'" 'ocean House plans i] office I.1LS P5932
EVELYN MORTENO50N 904.75320-14 LYNDAWOOD 904.753.0571
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75832 fIoNSON LAKE ROAD $114,900 33243 SUNNY PARKE CIRCLE $425,000
Lalefronm proper! Bring your fishing poles! 3BR/2BA doublewide fverric-rant ull be r eircuzed by the l..n. -It4E ..bt I ihgIO f.0- rim rhl i 43.
mobile hume with large screened back porch, tna-m kitchen wi Ah all b nc rfv 2:,5n -F H.:.Iie bu3..r cd ciJ tiric ,-. L ii..r ..:. flri..
applia.ics hasher & dr er oo! This home is like new MLS u.-6 ldin JiT."i Mud p[.rtial M U MS :.O
CARLENE MIDUFFLE 4 904.753.1522 CLAUDIA WATTS 904 556.4000
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LULU's BRA & GRILL'*$145,000 I 134 No.13'" STREET $389,000 204 MARSHLAKes DRIVE'*O$1,100,000 FOREST RIDGE VILLAGE,'K-6. $1.6,900UU
Fanuta~tc op,,,rniry'r',, i.e or nne of Amelia i~n,: mt popttla do,' New low ourry cla4,, c ntr.illy lo.:a ed io tht Nich and downlown Cuqi, m bitdr D,,rDnna Lynn's.i'ormer ho, In-rdible ,iews of 40 ae lan Short walk to the beach. Very well maihLtamd 2BR condo. Purchase
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3635 So. FLETCHER AVENUE $899,000 281873 LAKE HAMPTON ROAD $91,900 86343 FELMORE ROAD S $210,000 9 OCEAN DUNEA-2 $535,000
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PAT TROXEL 904.321 1999 CARLENE McDUFFIE 904753.1522 KAREN WERLING 866.437.8505 KATHY WHITE 904.753.2705
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4653 GENOA DRIVE $849,900 2352 EAST DUCK LAKE ROAD $98,500 LOT 8, DADE STREET $125,000 400 KETCH COURTYARD $635,000
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