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LANDING GEAR
SCity wants $7000



to open hair salon
ANGELADAUGHTRY Utilities Director John Mandrick,
News-Leader impact fees are determined by equiv-
alent residential units (or ERUs) "for
A local business owner said the the pu'rpose of applying the construc-
city Would require her to pay more tion costs of assets which were con-
than $7,000 in impact fees to open a structed to serve future customers."
hair salon at the Eight Flags Shopping "A barber shop or salon ... places a
Center on South 14th Street. high demand on the water and waste-
Janet Miller, who has owned and water system than strictly a retail oper-
operated a hair salon at Sadler Square,. ation like a gift shop or dollar store,"
told commissioners at their meeting Mandrick wrote. "Therefore, per.our
last week that she recently found a ordinance, we have a table t convert
location at the South 14th Street strip the type of usage to an.ERU and then
mall that was ideal for her new salon, apply the appropriate fees. If there is
and called the city to ask how to make a change of use the retail impact fee is
the move, credited against new impact fee from
According to Miller's March 18 the new type of use and the differenge
S"new service application" to the city, it is the amount due."
is asking for $7,026.36 in total utility City impact fees have been a hotly
charges, contested issue for years. A lawsuit
SMiller said she was also told there was filed agqinst the city in 2011 with
was no payment plan for the fees a local resident as lead plaintiff asking
they would have to be paid before she for recovery of alleged illegal impact
could Open the salon. However, a busi- fees totaling at least $1.6 million.
ness was already operating at the spot, The complaint, filed by lead attor-.
she said, adding that impact fees were ney Michael Tanner and local attor-
Scollected in 1996 Miller. also noted ney Clinh Kavanaugh, has about 700
she had trouble getting records from additional plaintiffs that are residents
Sthe c aeraev-. athe city on previous businesses that of Fernandina Beach. Joanne Conlon,
had occupied the space.
According to an email from city SALON Continued on 3A
MI "171
RALPH LINIADO/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER .
Local photographer Ralph Liniailo took this shot recently at the Fernandina Harbor boat ramp. The
dock next to Atlantic Seafood and the marina boardwalk are a regular hangout for the brown pelicans
that entertain tourists and locals ds they bask in the sun and wait for the remnants ofthe day's catch.
This brown pelican was flying in with the harbor in the background. irks condo on

irks condo owners

News-Leader enclave or pocket within the unincoi-
W est Nassa p ed porated county area, and that the
u h Despite opposition by property annexation action has passed the five
f e owners, city commissioners apprqved year statute of limitations.
Sthe first reading ofan ordinance ahnex- According to Palms at Amelia res-
O i.ng 82i : as long Nectarine Stree ident Barbara Ehrenherg, the coQndo
oi~to the cityt 6 fdinandina achs.- complex "was nota~wdsirableplace to
7 The four parcels to be annexed con- live" at one time because the. devel-
GARRETT PELICAN tain office buildings and The Palm9 'oper put as little money as possible
News-Leader at Amelia condominium com- into it.
'There is additional impetusfor plex. "If you follow through
More jobs, tax dollars and growth Calahan andHili to gt erio Local attorney Harrison (with annexation) youwill take
could be headed to Nassau County Poole, representing the Palms away our right to make
soon guided by the recent megasite about what newjobs, new people at Amelia Condominium improvements as Ne see fit,"
certification of a West Side industrial co g is going to mea as growth Association, said at the com- Ehrenberg said, adding the
park billed as an economic hub. ming mission. meeting May 7 the owners didn't want to be
The Nassau County Economic begins to ramp up out there. condo owner were opposing encumbered by the city's
Development Board and Rayonier, STEVE RIECi the annexation for severalea- "excess regulations and fees."
the county's largest landowner, are NASSAU COUNTYECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD sons, one being they did not Corbett John Hill, president of the
primed to attract major manufacturers sign a petition for voluntary Palms at Amelia condo own-
to the county after achieving megasite annexation. The only petition ers' association, said they did
status for the Crawford Diamond cials say are attractive to the site elec- that be a success," McDowell said. available, he said, was one signed not see the annexation as voluntary at
industrial park. The next step is mar- tion c6mmittees that determine "From a planning standpoint, August 1998 by Trevett Construction all.
keting it, said Steve Rieck, executive where a company's next plant will go.. achieving megasite status out there Group, before the prpperty was con- "We had no notice whatsoever that
director for the Economic Dan Camp, senior project manag- will be additional impetus for the two verted to condominiums. this was in existence," Hill said. "We
Development Board, on Friday, who er for Rayonier-'s real estate arm towns on the West Side, Callahan and Poole also ,said the. annexation are pretty intent on following any
likened the effort to "deep sea fish- TerraPointe Services, says the next Hilliard, to get serious about what agreement was not recorded in public recourse we can... We definitely feel
ing." step is a joint effort to promote the new jobs, new people coming into the records, and that Palms at Amelia there are strong legal arguments on
"Certification means all the lines site to a variety of industrial users. community is going to mean to those condo owners were not informed of
are baited and in the water," Rieck "It's really working as an empowered two municipalities providing services the agreement. According to Poole, ANNEX Continued on 3A
said. "I'm not going to tell you what team to market Nassau County and as growth begins to ramp up out
kind of fish or how big it's going to be, market this region," Camp said. there," Rieck said.
biut everything is ready for that now." Targeting manufacturers in The final hurdle for the project's -
McCallum Sweeney, a Greenville, fields ranging from computers to participants is extending water and
S.C,-based consultant, had been cer- transportation equipment to phar- sewer service to the site. JEA, which
tifying the site, a major step in pro- maceutical drugs that would gen- covers the site as part of its contract
moting it to manufacturers worldwide erate a steady stream of good wage- with the county to provide those serv-
for the better part of a year. "We're paying jobs is the NCEBD's goal now, ices, has given Callahan officials the
using the information that the com- Rieck said. Camp agreed, citing the nod to run water and sewer lines to
pany provided us to target market- significant impact developing the site the site.-
ing to companies that would be good would have on "job generatioin" How that exterision will be paid
candidates to use the site," Rieck said. 'This whole effort is about creat- for, though, remains to be seen. One
'There's really a wide range of poten- ing jobs, balancing the tax base and possibility is through a public-private ANGELA DAUGHTRY
fialusers and we're in the process of getting Nassau County to a good, partnership, in which a private entity News-Leader
determining the best prospects to go strong, viable place to be in the long would pay for the infi-astructure's con-
after and.solicit." term," he said. "It's a great place to be, struction and the county or munici- An amendment to the City
The county is eager to attract pri- but let's make sure that 50 percent of pality would reimburse those costs Commission Rules of Procedure is in
mary and satellite users to the site, a our people don't have to leave the later. House Bill 85, dubbed the pub- the works after MIayor Sarah Pelican
1,800-acre complex approved for 10.5 county to search for ajob somewhere lic private partnership bill by County missed a special meeting called by
million square feet of industrial usage else." Attorney David Hallman, is current- another city commissioner in April.
located just southwest of Callahan. It Attracting manufacturing plants lyunder consideration by Tallahassee Pelican said last week she was
straddles two major railroads and employers to the Crawford site lawmakers. At Hallman's suggestion, never notified of a special meeting Pelitan Filkoff
Norfolk Southern and CSX- and lies will be a "game changer" for West the county commission penned Gov. April 9 with the Golf Course Advisory
near several deepwater ports, inter- Nassau, said Doug McDowell, a sen- Rick Scott a letter Tuesday urging Board called by the former mayor,
states and an international airport, ior planner for the county. "We're him to sign the bill. Commissioner Arlene Filkoff, to dis- manager or two commissioners may
qualitiesthat Rieck and Rayonier offi- 'going to do everythingwe can to help gpelican@fbnewsleadercom cuss conditions at the city course. call special meetings of ad hoc or
As a result, City Attorney Tammi standing committees.
Bach has drafted a new subsection in "I would have liked to have been
Teacher accused of s thstudents won't b charge. the City Commission Rules of
....... _ ,___________ _:__ __. _"__._ PIrocedure stating that only the city RULES Continued on 3A "

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2A WEDNESDAY, MAY 15; 2013 NEWS News-Leader


OBITUARIES WEEKLY
Robert K Awtrey USS Saratoga, in Guam, as a Seaman and acquired the nick- Church Fernandina Beach. UPDATE
First Class. After 19 months of active name "Gator," which he Cedar Bay Funeral Home
Commander Robert King Awtrey, duty he was honorably discharged. Upon is still affectionately Jacksonville BlIo annivera
USN (Ret), 92, died peacefully at his returning home he met Jimmie Joyce known by. Around 1942,
home at Osprey Village on May 4, in Vanzant, who he knew would become he moved to Patrcia KennedySiprell The public is invited to
the presence of his longtime compan- his wife. On July 26, 1946, they were Brunswick, Georgia play bingo every Thursday
ion Martha Biedenkapp and his children married in Folkston, GA The newly- where he worked on Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Siprell, age at the Legion, 626 S. Third
-Karin Awtrey Akerson and Warren weds moved to Fernandina as Mr.Johns ships as a ship fitter. On 75, of Fernandina Beach, passed away on St., in the large smoke-free
Awtrey. began working at IIT Rayonier. Shortly November 4, 1944, he Sunday morning, May 12,2013 at Baptist meeting hall. On May 16,
Bob moved to Fernandina Beach in after settling in Fernandina their first was drafted by the US Army and was Medical Center Nassau. Bingo will celebrate its
1979 after serving for child, a daughter Judy Janice was born. part of the 21st Fighter Squadron during Born in Townsend, GA, she was one third anniversary with lots
30 years in the U.S. Three years later, they were blessed WW II. His decoration and citations of six children born to the late William of door prizes and an extra
SNavy. He was active in with a son, James Nolan "Brother". Mr. include the Marksman Rifle Ribbon, 2 Henry Kennedy, Sr. and Lenora $250 jackpot.
Kiwanis, served as a Johns remained at Rayonier, in the Overseas Bars, the Army Occupation Tostenson Kennedy. Being raised in Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
docent at the Amelia Finishing Room, until retiring 41 years Ribbon (apan), the Pacific Campaign Townsend, Yulee, FL and Brunswick; and early bird games start
Island Museum of later. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoy- Ribbon and the WW II Victory Ribbon. she was a graduate of at 6:05 p.m., with regular
History, and was an ing gardening, fishing, marsh hen hunt- He was honorably discharged on Glynn Academy in play beginning promptly at
annual participant in ing and seining the waters around November 18 1946 and returned to the Brunswick, Class of 6:30 p.m. The bingo session
.Veterans Day events. Fernandina Beach. Okefenokee Swamp. Shortly after, he 1955. After high school, is nine games for $20, with
Azealous Letters-to-the-Editor writer, Mr. and Mrs. Johns were charter walked from Folkston to Fernandina she moved. to multiple jackpots paid out
he bristled at limits placed on him by members of Five Points Baptist Church, Beach with a mere $100 dollars in his Jacksonville to'live with For questions email post54
the News-Leader and the Jacksonville where he was instrumental in the con- pocket and quickly found employment family and attend Jones bingo@yahoo.com. Proce-
Times-Union. Residents of Boulogne, struction of the present sanctuary. He with Container Corporatioi of America, College, where she eds support programs spon-
Florida may remember one letter writing was a greeter at any church event, know- where he retired from after 40 years in majored in Accouqting sored by the American
campaign that resulted in a correction of ing that greeters always got hugs from 1987. and Bookkeeping. After graduating she Legion.
the spelling of their town's name, based the women members. His family recalls He was preceded in death by his par- lived in Jacksonville and Orange Park tart
on Bob's research. A disgruntled resi- his willingness to help anyone in need ents: Jackand Nola Mizell; a sister: Laura while working for the Coggin Auto a a
dent suggested that Bob's spelling of and making visits to older fellow church Warren;- and son: Frank T. Mizell. Group, Brumos Automotive, the Caruso Peck Head Start of
his last name "Awtrey" was not the com- members just to check on their needs Survivors include his wife, Anniebelle Auto Group and local attorneys, Fernandina Beach/Yulee is
mon one, and perhaps it, too, needed and wellbeing; Carter Mizell; a son: Joe Mizell; 2 daugh- In 1979, she came to Fernandina now enrolling children ages
correction. In recent years, Mr. Johns lost his ters: Wanda Sue Howell and Florence Beach, continuing her accounting career 3-5 for the 2013-14 school
A graduate of the U.S. Naval eyesight but remained sharp, percep- Mizell Smiley; 3 sisters: Jessie Mae with Don Gasgarth Chevrolet and as in yder. For more information
Academy, 1944, Bob served aboard USS tive and active, always reminding every- Burch,Juanita Mock and Ruth O'Quinn; independent accountant until retiring in contact Brenda Haffner at
Enterprise (CV-6) during WWII. He then one that "I may be blind, but there is 6 Grandchildren; 9 Great-Grandchildren 2009. After retiring, she traveled and 491-3631 or 491-3630.
realized his dream of becoming a carri- nothing wrong with my hearing". He and a number of nieces and nephews resided in Maine and Hawaii until return-
er-qualified aviator, and flew fighter; was a blessed man that shared his bless- -The family received friends on ing to Fernandina Beach in December of SACmeeting
attack, and photo-reconnaissance air; ings with others. Saturday, May 11 at Shepard Funeral 2010. The SchoolAdvisory
craft for most of his naval career; During In addition to his parents he is pre- Home from 6-8 PM: Funeral services Mrs. Siprell and her family had been Council of Fernandina
a 1948 European cruise, he met his ceded in death by two brothers, Frank were held on Sunday, May 12 at 2:00 longtime members of the North 14th Beach High School will
future wife Lisa Jansson in Gothenburg, Dubberly, Chester E. "Gene" Johns and PM in the Chapel of Shepard Funeral Street Baptist Church. She was a mem- hold its regularly scheduled
Sweden. a sister, Jerome Strickland. Home with Rev. R.B. Gaskins officiat- ber of the Order of Eastern Star and, meeting on May 16 at 3:30
Bob was an avid athlete throughout Mr. Johns leaves behind, his wife of ing. Burial followedin Sardis Cenietery. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. p.m. in the main office con-
his life. At the Academy he was a varsi- 66 years, Joyce VanzantJohns, Fernan- Condolences may be expressed by In addition to her parents, she is pre- ference room. For, any ques-
ty wrestler; as a rower at Kent School he dina Beach, FL, their daughter, Judy signing the guest registry at www.shep- ceded in death by a brother, W.H. tions contact Spencer G.
competed in the 1938 and '39 Henley Johns Cannon (Gene), Fernandina ardfh.com. Shepard Funeral Home Kennedy, Jr., and two sisters, HazelJones Lodree at 261-5713.
Regattas, and later in life was an age- Beach, FL, their son, James Nolan Folkston, Ga. and Jane Liles.
group champion on the Concept 2 rower; "Brother" Johns (Ronda), Kingsland, She leaves behind four sons, Brian Band concert
he competed in regional boardsailing GA, a brother, Buddy Dubberly, Fernan- Orville Louis Sa unders Sr, Kirkwood Skinner, Fe(nandina Beach, The Nassau Community
regattis into his late 70's; and he had a dina Beach, FL, and aunt, Clara Strick- FL,Steven Harold Skinner (Kimberly), Band presents tunes from
life-long passion for tennis. Itwas during land, Kingsland, GA, nine grandchildren, Orville Louis Saunders, Sr., 89, went Fernandina Beach, FL, Ronald Earl prime time television and
a doubles tennis match that he met TamaraSloan, Jamie Johns, Justin Johns, to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 9, Skinner, Summerville, SC, Robert Broadway classics. On May
Martha. (Martha still plays.) Zachary Johns, Jessica Hutto, Art 2013. He was born March 26, 1924 in Howard Siprell,Jacksonville, FL a broth- 16 at 7 p.m. at Amelia Bap-
Bob's eclectic interests includedurac-. Cannon, Genia Rich, Pam Hammond, Trappe, Maryland,to the late George & er, Robert Kennedy, Southport, NC, a tist Church, 961167
Sing pigeons (a 30-bird loft), parakeets Roy Cannon, eighteen great-grandchil- 'Marie (Henning) Saunders. sister, Annie Jo Cowart (Loy D,), Twin Buccaneer Trail, sit back
(a 50-bird aviary), gliding (achieving a dren and several nieces and.nephews. Orville was a veteran and served in City, GA, twelve grandchildren, six great- and wax nostalgic to music
Soaring Society of America Silver Funeral services were at 2:00 pm on the U.S. Coast Guard, moved to Fernan- grandchildren and numerous beloved from The Dick Van Dyke
Badge), beekeeping, crossword puzzles, Saturday, May 11, 2013 in the Burgess dina Beach in 1944 and has attended nieces and nephews. Show, Green Acres, Porgy
and yacht racing. In a 1950's Yachting Chapel of Oxley-Heard with Reverend First Baptist Church Fernandina Beach Funeral services will be at 11:00 am on and Bess and other'favor-
magazine article under his byline he Frank Camarotti, officiating. for the past three years. He was a mas- Wednesday, May 15,2013 at North 14th ites. This 40-piece ensemble
envisioned racing boats using wings in His family received friends on ter gardener and loved his wife, fishing Street Baptist Church with Reverend' is always elcoming new
Slieu of sails, a feature now found on con- Saturday, at the funeral home, from 1:00 and hunting. Noel Roberts, officiating. members.
temporary America's Cup racers: pm until the hour of service. Orville was preceded in death by his Her family will receive friends on The Nassau Community
As he wished, RobertAwtrey's ashes Mr. Johns was laid to. rest in wife, Kathryn; sons, David and Donald; Wednesday, at the church, from 10:00 Band holds weekly rehear-
will be scattered at sea. Brickyard Cemetery, Kings Ferry, FL. 2 sisters and 4 brothers. am until the hour of service, sals, Thursdays at 6 p.m. in
Please share his life story at He is survived by his sons, Wayne Mrs. Siprell will be laid to rest in a pri- the Yulee Middle School
OlafNolan ]ohns www.oxleyheard.com. Saunders (Bonita), Orville (Patricia) vate ceremony at a later date in band room. To include the
Olaf N lan J ns Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors Saunders, Jr.; sisters, Phyllis Keisler of Edgewood Cemetery, Jacksonville. band in your next communi-
Mr. Olaf Nolan Johns, age 91, of Batesburg, SC, Evelyn Gannon of In lieu of flowers, memorial contri- ty event or if you are an
Fernandina Beach, passed away on "m',i-, Harrington, DE, Valerie Saunders of butions may be made in her name to the interested musician contact
Thursday morning, May 9, 2013 at OmmiM l Jacksonville, FL; 5 grandchildren; 5 North lath Street Baptist Church, info@nassaucommunity-
Bapist Medical Center- Nassau. Tommie "Gator" Mizell,' 88; of 'great-graindehildren and a host of other F' rkanhdic'Beacli' O "'ad.com.
S Born 'in WinokurGA (Brantley Fernandina Beach, Florida, passed away relative'and-friendS.' ';;: ...'....... w" ': Pleag~&'shaf" 'i't "life." btty at ' i
-,County), he was the son of the late May 9, 2013. He was born on a house- Funeral services were held on www.oxleyheard.com. 143*rdannive Isary
Bartow and Luvelie -boat at the mouth of Lake Okeechobee Monday, May 13 at 11 am at First Baptist Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors The New Zion
Crews Johns. As a on the Kissimmee River on December Church Fernandina Beach, 1600 S. 8th Missionary Baptist Church
young boy; he quit 18,1924. Soon after his birth, his parents Street, with Pastor Jeff Overton officiat- D TITH NOTIF at 10 South 10th St will cel-
school in order to work traveled by horse and wagon back to ing. Interment followed in Bosque Bello L ebrate its 143rd church
and help support his the Okefenokee Swamp, Camp Cornelia Cemetery The family received friends on anniversary at 7p.m. on
family living in rurali on the Suwannee River. Monday at the church beginning at 10 Geraldine J. Crofton, 79, Fernan- Thursday and Friday, May
Georgia. In 1944 he He lived most of his early years on the am. dinaBeach,died hursday, May9,2013. 16 and 17, and at 4 p.m.
joined the U.S. Navy Swamp. In his early years, he learned, In lieu,of flowers donations may be Eternity Funeral Homes & Cremations- May 19.
and served aboard the hunting and fishing sklls from his father made to the building fund of First Baptist 'Nassau al al
The Nassau County 4-H'
program will host a "Whale
of a Sale" from 8 am.-7 p.m.
Program on head lice at Breakfast Learning Series May at the am..m
facility next to the County
For theNews-Leader at Family Support Services of Professional Way in Yulee. ment of information, trends and Building at 543350 US 1 in
North Florida's Breakfast Networking and continen- Health insight into social services Callahan. Interested ven-
Head lice don't wait for Learning Series, Tuesday, tal breakfast begin at 8:30 Nassau issues and subjects of value to dors should contact the
your children to bring it May 28 at 9 a.m. FSS offers a.m.; program from 9 to 10:30 a County. parents and families. Nassau County Extension
home! Learn how to identify, the free program at its a.m. Register to attend at An FSS is the lead agency for Service for more informa-
manage and prevent head lice Nassau County office, 87001 FSS.BLS.Nassau@fssnf.org or advanced foster care, adoption and fami- tion at (904) 879-1019. A
225-5347. practice ly preservation in Nassau and spaghetti dinner fundraiser
Always hunting for postcards to send to our friends and family when The educational program registered Duval counties. FSS serves will be held May 17 from 5-
we travel we came up with the idea of buying postcards in antlqtie will address ieducing the nurse with a doctorate in 'the Nassau County communi- 7 p.m. to help support
shops. A lot of the cards are really old and ask for one cent postage transmission of head lice, nursing practice, she has ty as a local resource center youth attending camp. Visit
coh ake forIntesrestg convomlaons on family nght. Comeby the implementing current treat- more than 24 years of experi- for child protection and family the Extension office to pur-
ment guidelines and taking ence in public health. She preservation services by part- chase tickets in advance.
A A A^ DEERTR AC K S < A A preventive measures. also has extensive experience nering with other area social
Our plumbing family Is always available to answer your call. Come by or Find out about the signs in the management of com- services agencies, such as Cars & lEffe
email us davelumeiplumbing@comcast.net Repalrreplaceremodel, new and symptoms of head lice; municable diseases, including Children's Home Society and Cars, Coffee and
construction for rsdential,commercalJndustral needs. 24 hour emer- screenings and notification screening and treatment of Micah's Place. Conversation will meet on
kgo service. and teSdtIromcvousy ioved ond showroom itures on provided in group settings; head lice in school and home The FSS Nassau County May 18 from 9 a.m.-noon at
sale. Our phones answered by real people. and best practices in removal settings, office is located in the Starbucks on Sadler Road.
A A A DERWALK A A A and treatment. The FSS Breakfast Lofton Professional Plaza, Come on out for great cars
A g DERW K A Guest speaker is Kim Learning Series is offered in near the intersection of SR and conversation. There are
on site property management. Call 277-3942 for lease Information and to see Geib, DNP, ARNP, public Nassau County on the fourth 200 and Christian Way, about always interesting cars and
available unlis. Join Metabol Research Center (261-7710) Joes Produce & Deli health manager and director Tuesday of every month. The 2-1/2 miles east of .US 17, by interesting people.
(42-851) and Crumps Barbershop (321-2444) Health,fresh fruit & vegetables f disease control and protec- educational program features the Lofton Creek Animal
tion services, Florida Depart- a guest speaker who shares Clinic. ad
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for adults who have experi- bereavement professional. a free vendor space (dona-
i enced the death of a loved The group meets every sec- tion of 20 percent of pro-
S 511Ash Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. one. ond and fourth Thursday of the ceeds requested)..
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SALON aM- cealed the fact they would not est thereofi, into a common locally.
L Continued from 1A be used to expand utilities fund." According to Deputy City
'a local homeowner, is named for new customers, but rather Because of the poor econ- Manager Marshall McCrary,
as the lead plaintiff in the law- for other purposes. The law- omy that has plagued the coun- the city clerk's office is "doing
suit. suit is seeking monetary try over the last five years, some archive research on any
The complaint alleges the damages in the form of Nassau County has suspended history of impact fees at (Eight
city illegally collected the the return of "unlawfully col- its impact fees in order to Flags) shopping center."
impact fees because it con- lected impact fees, with inter- encourage businesses to invest adaughtry@fbnewsleader.com
ANGELA DAUGHTRY she felt some employee respon-
News-Leader sibilities had fallen by the way-
ANNEX Ctinuedom A going to single us out?" Hill appellate courts; and therefore, apparent," Poole said. side, such as some meeting
Continuedom 1A asked. this case would be a case of According to association pres- Indecision reigned again as agenda items not being adver-
our side." "It would appear you want first impression." ident Hill, the financial impact city commissioners muddled tised in time. "If people weren't
But Vice Mayor Charles free fire and free police," 'The conversion from apart- would be an average $300 to through a discussion May 7 spread so thin, this may not
Corbett was harshly critical of Corbett persisted. "Are you ments to condominiums does $400 in property taxes annual- about hiring a temporary city have happened," she said.
the owners, arguing that, as aware that we don't have a free not change the obligations ly at the current assessment. clerk to replace Mary Mercer, Gerrity noted the city could
county residents, they were Fernandina Fire Department?" under the voluntary annexa- "We think in the future, it will .who resigned in January to take appoint another planner if
getting the city's fire, police City Attorney Tammi Bach tion agreement," Bach wrote. be more significant than that," a position with the Nassau Gooding's position as city clerk
and other services for greatly said the legal issues could be "This annexation does not cre- Hill said. County Sheriff's Office. becomes permanent.. The
reduced prices. debated for a long time, but ate an enclave and is compact "I'm readyto defend the city Deputy City Clerk Kim salary for an entry-level plan-
Hill notedthe condo owners that she "respectfully dis- in accordance with state law, commission and the city if (the Briley has taken over duties ner, he said, is about $45,000.
pay a 25 percent surcharge for agreed" with Poole's legal argu- and the statute of limitations annexation) is appealed on sec- until commissioners decide But until there is a definite plan,
city services, and that for the ments. She noted the city's only does not bar the city's enforce- ond reading," Bach said. "I whom they want as the tempo- he said, it would be very diffi-
most part were serviced by the risk would be that, if the issue ment of this annexation agree- don't want to continue (the rary or permanent city clerk, cult to go forward with hiring a
Nassau County Sheriff's Office. goes to court, the city would ment." argument) into the night." The candidate most com- new employee.
City fire and police services, if pay the opposing attorney's "The city has a policy that In the end, all commission- missioners favor for the tem- City Attorney Tammi Bach
used by county residents, are fees. we annex properties when they ers- including Charles Corbett porary (or "pro-tem") job is said commissioners still had a
Soffered by mutual agreement According to comments become contiguous," Bach said unanimously approved the Senior City Planner J.ennifer public decision to make on the
with the city, Hill said. written earlier by Bach, Trevett at the meeting. "There is no first reading of the annexation Gooding. But promoting city clerk's contract, and that
"As long as we get services Construction "executed the vol- case law to put subsequent ordinance. Gooding to city cleik pro-tem something would have to be
we don't care where it comes untary annexation agreement owners on notice." She also Second reading of the ordi- causes problems because the written that Gooding was
from," Hill added. in 1998 in exchange for city asked what injury the condo nance to annex the four parcels planning department has resigning as planner.
"If we dont provide fire and sewer services." She also wrote owners were claiming with the into the city is scheduled for already lost a planner, Adrienne But after further discussion,
police, is that OK with you?" that "Mr. Poole's legal issues opposition to annexation, the June 4 regular commission Burke, Who was promoted to Bach said that if Gooding is city
Corbett asked. with this annexation have not "The harm is the higher meeting at City Hall. Community Development clerk pro-tem and "continues
"Are you saying you're been decided before Florida taxes, and that is very readily. adaughtry@fbnewsleader:com Director. Another planner, Kelly to do some planning duties,"
Gibson, is going on leave later there would Ibe no need for a
in the year. contract.
"We can't have no planners, McCrary said there was still
DULE onti d fm may be voted on are not dis- and we can't afford to hold a "lack of direction" for the
RULE Continuedfromi 1A cussed. (Gooding's) position open," City Community Development
informed" about Filkoffs meet- Bach said she would Manager Joe Gerrity said. He Department and that "these,
ing in April, Pelican said at the justfeel like we need something in place, rewrite the amendment to say added that Gooding has been unknowns remain problemat-
regular commission meeting I would have attended that that commissioners would be working on a Community ic."
May 7. She noted she read i required to inform the city Development Block Grant, a At the end of the discussion,
about the meeting in a meeting ifl'dknown abou it. .:, manager when they want to federal grant'administered by city commissioners approved
Jacksonville newspaper (the MAYOR SARAHPELICAN call a special meeting of ad hoc the U.S. Department of asking Gooding if she wants the
News-Leader was not notified or standing committees. Housing and Urban Develop- city clerk pro-tem position with
about the meeting in advance Commissioners unanimously ment that concentrates on the a 6 percent salary increase, with
either). "I just feel like we need approved Bach's new draft of infrastructure of blighted areas the stipulation that she can still
something in place," she said. mittee that was formed to eval- "I have no problem at all," the amendment to the rules of and affordable housing. apply for the permanent posi--
"I would have attended that uate course conditions, which Filkoff said. "I don't feel there's procedure. "I don't imagine she could tion.
meeting if I'd known about it." golfers say have badly deteri- a need for (Briley) to apolo- Bach said later that up until maintain her current work and Comnissioners put out an
"I do believe it's still valid to orated. gize ... if we had a true process Pelican's proposal, there were take' on extra work," said new advertisemrent for the cityclerk
call a special meeting," Filkoff .Deputy City Clerk Kim' (for calling special meetings), no provisions in the. Rules of Deputy.City Manager Marshall position several months' ago,
said. "At least what I was doing Briley, who has taken over I'd buy it. (But)' the chances Procedure for calling special McCrary, who was recently pro- but rejected all 32 resumes that
wa's calling, a public meeting those duties since Mary of "two commissioners' meetings by city commission- moted from his job as were received because, after an
... I feel like this (amendment) Mercer left in January, said up approaching (the city manag- ers. She noted Filkoff had Community Development assessrment, only three had the
is overkill." 'until Pelican's request there er) with the same issue are not called Doug Bailey, chair of Director. "This puts us in avery desirable education and expe-
According to the minutes, had been no established pro- very good." the Golf Course Advisory difficult position." riencefor thejob.
Filkoff.asked for the April 9 cedures for commissioners 'City Manager Joe Gerrity Committee, to schedule the Mayor Sarah Pelican said adaughtOy@fbnewsleader.com
meeting becauseshe missed a who'desired to call a special suggested commissioners special meeting on April 9, and
discussion on golf course con- meeting. Briley also apologized inform his office when they that the meeting had been HOMEIES ANlllUI a
ditions at a previous commis- for not contacting all the com- wanta.special meeting, so each posted on the city website at UMELE NI.
sion meeting because she had missioners about the special commissioner could be least 24 hours prior.
to leave early., meeting. informed. City Manager Joe Gerrity
During the April 9 meeting, "I was trying to get (the Because of the.Sunshine said he was aware of the April
:held at the Fernandina Beach meeting) properly noticedand Law, two or more commis- 9 meeting but did not attend. THEY'RE DYING FOR
Golf Club, a representative of did not get a chance to call all sioners are not allowed to pri- Six members of the Golf C
Billy Casper Golf, which man- of you," Briley said. "This was vately discuss matters that may Course Advisory Board were .A 2ND CHANCE
.:ages the city course, estimated a first for me, trying to coverall be voted on later, nor are they present,- as well as Chad Adopt ACompanion Today
it would cost $1.5 million to that and get it noticed. I apol- allowed to receive information Barhorst, general manager of A SRict
.redo the greens, bunkers and ogize for not contacting' you on hoW another commissioner Billy Casper Golf. Commis- A ucSmic
surrounds. There was also individuaily." may vote on an issue in the sioners Ed Boner and Vice '" E r',SL
soime dicussion about 'role '' ilkoff sadilt was.also a first future. ': i ayor fili e Coi-ett .als
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Jacksonville Mayor Alvin tional pen-
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serve up "Red lines" have recently good idea at distribution, after a long meet- this change was $30,000? He One of them was that
become a hot topic of conver- the time. We ing, finally told the business stated the union president stealing was a firing event
Se s sation. First, Bibi Netanyahu do it with agent to get out of his office was right, but our credibility We held tough when a shop
spoke of red lines while dis- our kids, we and file a grievance, but he was now at stake. I knew our steward in the same ware-
cussing the issue of nuclear do it with was going with the change. president, a very practical,, house was caught stealing
The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia weapons in Iran. Then our friends The next morning I got a call bottom-line executive, did not product, even though the
Island has brought back a President Obama made a and we do it about 6 a.m. that all the care enough aboitjHank's same union business agent
favorite, the "Friday Endless statement last August regard- with all trucks were still in the yard and my credibility to take a threatened a work stoppage.
Seafood Buffet" at Caf6 4750. ing the use of chemical types of peo- and were not going out. I strike over $30,000. "Hank," I The real issue in my mind is
The buffet offers all-you- weapons in Syria. His implica- ACH' ple we are rushed to the site and the saw counteied, "let this be a good being careful never to
can-eat grilled lobster tails, tion was that if the Syrian gov- CA dealing with the business agent, the union lesson for both of us. Never. draw a red line unless you are
Amelia Island clam chowder, ernment used chemical CORNER in all aspects president and the director of go to war unless the stakes certain that it is worth
-Mayport shrimp cocktails, weapons in the civil war, they ...- of our lives, distribution screaming at are high enough to make it defending.
oysters on half shell or grill, would pay the consequences. In business each other.. worthwhile." Amelia Island rsident
Maryland crab cakes and Whether they agree or Howard we had a lot The gist of the yelling was This is really the point. Howard Pines has more than
from the grill filet of beef, not, everyone understands Pines of red lines. Hank stating that if the trucks Credibility is extremely 30 years experience as CEO,
;pork, chicken and local fish. Netanyahu's reference to a All the com- didn't go out in the next 30 important, but it is not worth chairman and founder of
Diners will finish with selec- red line as the existence of panies I represented in labor minutes, he would suspend all defending unless the stakes BeamPines, a premierfirm in
tions from a dessert bar that Israel may be at stake. negotiations would assert our the drivers involved, and the are high enough or the princi- the Executive Coaching busi-
includes strawberry short- However, there are different sole right to manage the busi- business agent shouting that pies are so important that the ness. He also co-founded.the
ecake, lemon meringue pie, consequences in regard to ness. We also drew red lines Hank should do what he had consequences ofa war make BeamPines/Middlesex
Tmocha creme brul6e, choco- President Obama's remarks. around certain negotiating to do but no one was leaving, obvious sense. In fact, the University Master's Program
late mousse cake and pecan His.critics are now chastising principles pensions, health I listened for about five min- stakes are n6t always defined'. in Executive Coaching. Prior
pie. him, that by making the insurance, featherbedding utes, during which time the by money. We had certain to that he served as Senior VP
The Cafe 4750 'Friday remark he is stuck with it and and cost of living clauses, union president chimed in principles that we felt needed ofHuman Resources for a
Endless Buffet will continue he must now act accordingly The problem comes when that the men had a valid gripe to be defended at all costs. Fortune 100 corporation.
every Friday from 5-9:30 p.m. or'America will lose credibili- the rewards for defending the about safety and that he
.The price is $58 per adult and ty. So the question is whether, red line don't equal the poten- couldn't believe my boss, the SHELTER
$18 for children, under when you draw a red line, you tial negatives. In one compa- president of the company,
the age of 11. For informa- always have to strike back if ny, our director of distribu- would take a strike over an .AN/MALS Nl EED
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women d~kat~board'ciS'". 'tor/administrator of the Florida minute walk. 'for lunch, or all ffthetabovel ald Livg Fnty Liacnse 9108
Embracing the creative Department of Health-Nassau Walk With Me Campaign: I
iculture of the locals, Natural County. "Studies recommend Sponsored by NCHIC, the pro-
"Slice sells surfboards locally .adults get at least 30 minutes of gram challenges worksites to
nade by PSurfboards. Owner exercise, five days a week and create walking groups and
iedro Rodriguez designs, anything employers can do to team, encouraging them to par-
haipes, manufactures and encourage their workers to stay ticipate in upcoming Walk With
iells custom, designed urf- active can certainly help." Me events.
.boards throughout Amelia In 2012, Nassau County's Community Resource
asland. "physidal inactivity" rate was 24 Guide: Sponsored by the health'
Natural Slice is open daily percent, the same as the Florida department and NCHIC, the
iromi1 aim. to 10 p.m. and is rate, yet higher than the nation- guide includes a "free physical
1cated between the Amelia al average of 21 percent, accord- activity" section highlighting
Signature : Shop and ing to the Florida Public'Health local fitness opportunities.
Hlarrison's Mercantile in the Institute. Yet Nassau County Health Education Lending
hops *of Amelia Island *ranked above average for Library Sponsored by the
lantati6n. "access to recreational facili- health department.








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61O P WEDNESDAY. MAY 15. 2013/NEW-LEADER

OPINION




Final hectic week at the Legislature
The final week of the 115th 'for the a blue Sharpie pen with his ------ am. Wednesday. This was an.
legislative session since event There signature on it and the bill is hour earlier than previously
Florida's statehood in 1845 is nothing now law. Florida's population is similar to New York's calendared.
began with the pre-dawn drive like watch- The Rules and Calendar Wednesday morning con-
to Tallahassee Monday morn- ing history committee met at 5 p.m. to set but our budget is about55percent oftheirs. tinued with the trend that
ing. The weekend at home in action. At the special order calendar for That underscores what can be accomplished began the prior afternoon with
with the Shrimp Festival 3 p.m., I Tuesday and I had several the minority party invoking
parade and the parade at the joined Gov. meetings with staff and legis- with conservativefiscalprinciples in meeting the Florida Constitution to
Jacksonville opening of the Rick Scott, lators scheduled afterward. the needs of a large state and its citizens. have a complete reading of
beaches was the spark that I Sen. When I eventually left the each bill. I am told that the
needed to get prepared for the JA' l Montford, Capitol at 7:30 p.m., I joined last time this happened was in
closing days of session. ADKINS Education the "ladies of the House" for Senate adopted an amend- Senate had once again added 2008 and House members
The final week is a difficult Commis- dinner. There are 28 women ment to allow Tourism the lifeguard language to the "volunteered" to do the read-
time in our State Capitol. sioner Tom who currently serve in the Development Council tax rev- bill aid "bounced it back" to ing. In spite of the full reading
Many issues will live or die in .State Bennett and Florida House (15 Democrats enues in a coastal county that the House. The bill "died" of the bills, we completed our
the closing hours and so the Representative other digrii- and 13 Republicans). We has a population of less than when the House refused fur- work.
focus and energy is very taries for the enjoyed an evening of cama- 250,000 to be used by that ther consideration. This is the Wednesday the House
intense as decisions are made bill signing of SB 1096. raderie together, county to fund beach safety way a lot'of bills "die"' 'passed SB 52, which'provides
that have a serious impact on This was the fifth public At 9 a.m. Tuesday morn- personnel and lifeguard opera- Sometimes when you have a for secondary enforcement of
all of us. bill signing that the ing, we were back on the tional activities in areas where bill that is being targeted you a ban on texting while driving
The day on the House floor Governor's Office scheduled House floor to hear more bills. there is public access. must make a decisipn of (including emailing and
began at 10 a.m. where things so the room was packed with The final week of session Our phones began to ring whether to kill your bill or instant messagihg). A driver
moved very quickly. I wbuld journalists. This bill reduces requires you to be alert This nonstop with concerns about accept bad language that is must be first pulled over for a
Smake sure that I read each bill regulations on educators and is the time when amendments this amendment and the, burdensome. violation of another traffic law
analysis to help ensure I eliminates duplicative and out- are slipped on to bills; and emails began flying. SB 1828 Tuesday afternoon the before that driver may be
uriderstood what these pro- dated statutes relating to edu- because it is the final week, was on the special-order cal- work of the Florida'House cited for violating the texting
. posals woulddo. We were all cation. This bill was a result of things move quickly. One endar for the House and we came to an unexpected crawl while driving ban
surprised when we concluded the governor's work with pub- example of this dealt with SB adopted an amendment to when the minority party The ban is enforceable as a
the calendar around 1 p.m. lic school superintendents to 1828, Tax Administration, remove the lifeguard Ian- called a point of order. Article secondary offense. A first vio-
It was a special day help reduce regulation. You This bill contained provisions guage. This meant that the bill III, Section 7 of the Florida lation is a noimoving violation
because I had-a bill signing are reminded of the signifi- requested by the Florida would "bounce back" to the Constitution regarding the and carries a $30 fine, plus,
and my husband Doug cance of the work you pursue Department of Revenue and Senate for their concurrence. passage of.bills provides that court costs. A second/or sub-
brought over our two children when the governor hands you was a good bill until the Before the week ended, the "On each reading, it shallbe sequent violation committed
r________ead by title only, unless one- within five years is a moving
third of the members present violation and three points will
C desire it read in full." We be added to the driver's driver
.NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING "went to the board" meaning license. In this context, the
*' that each member voted on driver wi also facea $60 fine.
CITY COMMISSION whether to read the bill in its The bill passed with 110 yeas
CITY C M I Sentirety and the motion and 6 nays. The Senate con-.
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH passed withthe requireon cued on the bill ald it is now
CIIT OF FR N ANI NA B C H thirdotes.' ready for'the governor's
A subsequent motion to approval. This is an issue that
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, 2013, "tp" (temporarily postpone) has been advocated by many
at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to- the bill was made. This people and I was glad to sup-
sequence of dvents happened port it.
consider the following application: sequence of vents happened portit ,
e f g a a second time withthe point Thursday and Friday were
of order to read the next bill in spent:receiving Senate mes
ORDINANCE 2013-04 its entirety, the-vote by the sages and debating the pro-
members, and the tempqrary posed $74.5 billion budget
postponing of the next bill. The budget boosts funding for
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA The house has what is education by'$1.5 billion for a
called an 'auto reader" named total.S20.3 billion appropia-
BEACH, FLORIDA, ANNEXING FOUR (4) PARCELS' TOTALING 8.52 ACRES OF LAND Mar c an to reaer"nae tota 0.3 bills repres s oer
Mary which is an electrohic'. 'tion. This represents over 27
LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NECTARINE, STREET, 1603 NECTARINE reader that would speed read percent of the total budget
STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET, AND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; through the bill. Normally and nearly 53 percent of gen-
IR CA members mill around th'e' eral revenue. General revenue
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. chamber and back into the is the porition of the state
;' .: members lounge or the bub' budget wherelawmakers d
ble for private tfonversations. have the most flexibility.
ORDINANCE 2013-05 However, once the "full read- The funding inrease rep-
ing" was requested, the resents a $404r 6.34 per-,
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA peakerreuireeacmem- cenincrea per stude
berto sit quietly in their' seats funding. The budget.sets
BEACH, FLORIDA, CHANGING THE NASSAU COUNTY FUTURE LAND USE MAP TO' to listen. This procedureiWas aside $480 million for teacher
ASSIGN CITV FUTm E 'iAN U'U MAP' CATEGORIES FdPR POUR '(4) IT'A D:'F it b'eingusea byHous-i ,",''i "*,,i]yiiicreasesto'attibuted
ASSIG- .. ... .Aj.... U.. 0 ....l, .. ,, 1 .. D"'oiOratL to force.disussion' I'by'lcalt school biards The
TOTALING 8.52 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NEC- around Medicaid expansion, budget provides merit pay
TARINE STREET, 1603 NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET AND; which the House had already increases of up to $2,500 for
O rejected in favor ofa less "effective" teachers and up to
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. expensive approach. $3,500 for "highly effective"
Next we moved to SB 1388 teachers. I am proud to have
RD-ANCE 20i 6 where again the minority supported this education
SOUK iNAN party made the point of order 'budget, including setting
S - to read the bill in full. This .aside considei-able dollars for
'time,he 15-page billtasiread teacher raises. The teachers
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA timethe5-pagebillsread teacrraises.Theteachers
in full, and we proceeded with in my legislative district are
BEACH, FLORIDA, CHANGING THE NASSAU COUNTY ZONING MAP TO ASSIGN questions and rolled the bill high performersand this
CITY ZONING CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR FOUR (4) PARCELS TOTALING 8.52 'ACRES over to third reading. The approach to teacher rise will
Rules chairman then woved to favor them..It is ndw in the
OF LAND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE STREET, 1601 NECTARINE STREET, 1603 -temporarilypostponethe next handsoflocalscholboard
NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NECTARINE STREET AND; PROVIDING FOR SEVER- three bills and asked that the menbersto make some deci-
fourth bill be read in full. SB sions on how to move for-
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 1792 dealing with Medical ward.
Negligence Actions was read Healthcare appropriations'
in full with questions following are the largest portion of the
ORDINANCE 2013-04 the reading. budget with a total of $31.1 bil-
EXHIBIT A SB 1792 revises the laws lion, nearly.42 percent of the
63P- elating to ex parte communi- total budget. Florida's 2013-14
PARCELS IDENTIFIED AS, 00-00-31-1600-0206-0010 00-00-31-163P-0000-0000, 00-00-31- cations andlqualifications of budget includes $2.8 billion in
1600-0167-0010, AND 00-00-31-1800-0266-0061, AND LOCATED AT 1463 NECTARINE expertmedicalwitnessesin budget reserves. This is
: medicalnegligenceactions, important. toproteectbur AAA
STREET, 1601 NECTARINE STREET, 1603 NECTARINE STREET, AND 1620 NEC- The bilallws a health care -bond ratinAA
TARINE STREET ANNEXING A TOTAL OF 8.52 ACRES FROM NASSAU COUNTY INTO practitioner who may be It is interesting to note that
THE CITY LIMITS OF FERNANDINA BEACH. called as a witness in a med- while Florida's population is
ical negligence action to con- similar to the state of New
, suit with his or her attorney. York at roughly 200,000 less
ah During a consultation, the (19.5 million versus 19.3 mil-
I 1 Ac -o" practitioner or provider may lion), our budget is only about
Sdisclose information disclosed 55 percent of theirs. New
by a patient or records created York's 2013-14 budget is
-' A VERBA R D OF during the course of care or I- $135.1-billion compared to
treatment of the patient. Florida's $74.5 billion. It
SHowever, the bill prohibits the underscores what can be
attorney from being a conduit accomplished withf conserva-
for ex parte communications tive fiscal priniciples in meet-
between the practitioner-or ing the needs of a large state
provider and the defendant or and its ciiizens.
Sthe defendais insurer. After receiving bills in'
If the liability ipsurer for Seniate messages and passing
the practitioner re resents a' the budget, it was time to sine-
"i 'defendant or prospective die and begin the final drive
defendant in the action, the, home. The closing days of ses-
insurbr may not choose an sion are.filled with mixed
attorney for the practitioner,,, emotioris, Thereis fatigue that
but may recommend attor- is a result of the long hours
neys other than the attorney and a feling of relief and hap-
representing the defendant or piness to go homer
a prospective defendant; and Thisyear as a committee
Sthe practitioner's attorney chairman I was able to accom-
I may not disclose any informa- plish many of'my top.priori-
tion to the insurer, other than ties. The work of the citizens
categories of work performed is continuous and while we
......or time billed. may be done with the 2013
The bill also revises infor- legislative session the impor- .
mal discovery procedures to tant work continues at home
authorize the defendant and with upcoming town hall
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be con- his or her insurer to conduct meetings, constituent issues
S sidered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to, participate in this program or activ- ex parte interviews of a and advocating for our local
ity should contact 277-7305, TTY 277-7399, ('ITY number for all City offices) or through the Florida Relay claiemant's treating healthcare area with state agencies and
Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such accommodation. class of individuals who may mer we will lay the ground-
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION WITH offer expert testimony against work for the 2014 session and
RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT a defendant specialist in a we will get started in the fall
A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI- medicalnegligenceaction. 'withthecommitteemeetings
These experts must specialize that will shape legislative pri'
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. in the same, rather than simi- orities for the citizens of
Copies of the applications wvith description by metes and bounds may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, lar, medical specialty as the Florida. Do not hesitate to call
City Hall, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For information defendant. our office at 491-3664 to let us
We concluded our work for know how iwe can serve you.
on the application, please contact the Staff of the City Clerk's Office at 277-7305 the day and were instructed Thank you for the honor to
that session would begin at 8 serve.




WEDNESDAY. MAY 15.2013 OPINION News-Leader 7A


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE



plex in Yulee, Yulee should be in
TI A V I If they want to build amoviecom- ^ ; -: ". fUp]
E D *the name not Amelia ("Coming: -*
Yulee movie cineplex," May 8). .
Amelia is over the bridge. -not in
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Yulee. Bad enough we have to deal
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 with Amelia Concourse. Get real,
this is Yulee, not Amelia Island!
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly Vincent Jubito
for the people of Nassau County by Community Yulee O
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believeLAC
that strong newspapers build strong communi- -
ties -"Newspapers get things done!" Our primary Kudos to S Bean 14
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable Kudos to State Sen. Aaron Bean PRY ; "Kt
community-oriented newspapers. This mission to h o defeate omrn Banti f "
will be accomplished through the teamwork of for helping to defeat omnibus anti- 1.- '
professionals dedicated to the truth,'integrity, qual- environinent legislation that would MON*l [ 8^i
ity and hard work. have weakened or eliminated more "
than 20 environmental regulations in CE IT,
Foy R. MALOY JRo PUBLISHER the recently concluded legislative
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR session in Tallahassee.
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR But brickbats to'State Rep. Janet
ROBERT FEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Adkins, who voted for thetoxic leg-
BoB TIMPE. CRCULATION DIRECTOR islation thatwas stronglyopposed by
ANGELINE MUDD. state environmentalgroups.,
Known as House Bill 999, this
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER, draconian legislation contained lan-
SIAN PERRY. ASSISTANT EDITOR guagethatwould prevent local gov-
BETH JON ES. SPORTs EDITOR ernmentsfromadopting andenforc-
TOM WOOD DINK NESMITH ing fertilizer restrictions that are
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT designed to limit alga blooms in area.
waters. It also would have enabled 1
N I Comuniety greater destruction ofwetlands; pre- '
N I n e raper empted local governments from reg-l u
t I ulating wetlands in water control
The views expressed by the colwnists and districts; and restricted the author- JOHN DAROW/COLUMBIA (MO.) DAILYTRIBUNE
letter writers on thpagearetherown ity of water management districtsn
and do not necessariy reflect the views of to manage water usage. s Rep.Adkins Representatives hasfiled our citi- Mike Boyle on the ounty commis- those following by going faster.
the newspaper its owtnersor employe e voted with the majority to pass HB zens andtmedical care providers by sion five years ago and a couple of The festival itself bpcause of
999. voting against the Medicaid expan- years priot? So that can't be right, the terrible weather conditions over
SHowever when the legislation .sion; unfortunately, unless a special can it? I mean to say when Mike the weekend we need t. say it was
K g gotto the Senate, Sen.. Bean was session is called and the Florida Boyle wasn't wlkng on water he tribute to all the vendors and indi-
of th bird part, of a coalitin that removedallof Hose reconsiders the Medicaid looked afterthe Nassau County's viduals who worked so hard to
these provisions from HB 999 before expansion, Florida's 3.7 million unin- taxpayer's money asthough it was make this one possible. Our non-
de r m i n bi ad it passeed on the final day ofthe ses- sured citi ns will be out ofluck. his own. profit group had a hard time making.
feAed 1s Lo IU sion. Fwor those who. support con- Ter Sopp Bottom lie:Tothis News-Leader up costs/profits becahise of the
s istent and meaningful envfron- Yulee reader it seems that Mr Boyle miss- weather. "Thank you" for the par-
tre sisteb't and ta eaningfsdl e rivtro h n ksYepnee:evehasbeen:thepastfewyearsaboutthetragic weknos
"Now he is close to her who in his eyes mental policylin this state, HB 999 is es feeding from the public.trough ticipants and citizens being there
is all-loveliness; his neck bending gracefully stilla bad bill. But the improvements Shrimp Final and e. ame d upf his engtha iantribe antd making or c"50possible aier
in all directions, passes all around her, and, made over the past two weeks ii an effort to keep his name in the the worst Weather conditions. The
occasionally touches her body; and as she showed that the public inteiest can I knowtherewere a lot of people news ready for his next run for- weather was sunny and much
congratulates him on his victory, and trump special interests when complaining about:various things, something or other. improved'on Sunday, but even
acknowledges his affection, they move their enough dedicated and passionate connected with this past Shrimp N. D. Fay Friday and Saturday events went
necks.in a hundred'curiousways." people speak up for our environ- Festival. There were a lot of things Yulee on as scheduled.
Now that I have your attention, I want to ment. that were different and the weather The festival committee made
talk about birds. R obert Weintraub was some of the worst w've ever some changes and additions that
That first paragraph is part of John Marsh :L kes hod for thi special Weknd ee t eeviewed so the next fes
S....... part needto be reviewed, so the next fes
James Audubon's description of theCanada although if.e considerthe 50 years Kasey Westfall,you are my hero. tival will be even greate. I refer to
Sgander making aplay for the Canada goose. Health car1eot of thefestiva, we've usually had fne While I do not know you or your the parade day, the location of the
I've never witnessed such H t ef weather! family, I have followed with great food booths, the moving of the
goings-on, but if I we'e aaeb0 The reason for my letter is to iterestthe stories inthe news over, nusic toithe 6pposite end. While
true birder, I'd wait And State Rep. Janet Adkins and other th nk someone. believe has been the past few years about the tragic we know that adding the beer was
watch. Florida Republicans have done a sorely neglected whe we evaluate murder of jrour father, the appre- for moneyreasons (income) -let us
We hear lots of Canada great disservice to the citizens of the Shrimp Festival each year. That hensionof his killer: nd recently not forgetmany years ago, beer was
ganders and geese where NassaU County and 'the state of smeone is SandyPrice. Sandy has his being found guilty bf second- sold and, became a problem.
we live. They usually fly in .Florida by voting to turn dowh $51 headed up the Shrimpfest or many, dgree murder by a jury of his Traveling Street Musicians:
wedges, just a fei feet billion in federal funds that would inany years She has done this sims: peers. Like many that know you, Don't make this city unfriendly to
over thelake's surface, have assured acess to, health care ply because sheloved it and felt she and probably many nmor thait do those who express themselves in
:honking theirhorns as coverage for our state's nearly 3.7 had the ability to help keep itl rn- not, have prayed for yui and for the form of' music entertainment.
F'ROM thoughthey all want to million uninsured people. Floridh ning smoothly based on her years of your family. Ifollowed the story with .Make their restrictions/rules so
b') wpseboyeruin front. 1BsdrH ,,ro rnks..irA hihest a e ation's wotrk and experiencel. caring, an with compassion for the the y m ay pe lform and pnot imos-
o -that thl t t wist. th uin. e a on, u tS3n8 My'deoi n fle fd b ut t a ti hly t- e a. f' dr 3ot
XI'pmer Squirrels, unfor tunate- and faces a health care crisis.. being paid a lot fors the work he when I read your response- to the, For them to have a $300,000
OFFICE' ly, do not know:their place, According to Georgetown does. The fact is that she was author- verdict. insurance and a $300 permit is
.... and they don't care In my University's Health Policy Institute, izedto recevefirst $100, then $200 Y6u have endured what can only unreasonable for many of them to
attempt to be a poor man's there are between 2,400 and 3,800 a month, buit she hasnt chosen to be described 'as a nightmare not acquire, and yes, even for some of
PhilHudgins birdeir ntwhich simply uninsured persons in Nassau take the money. As' I siid, she only onde, when it initially ocurred, Uis not affrdable. Last, our city of
Smeans I put out feeders County. has dedicated herself to this oit of but twice as youv.e surely relived it Fernandina has been noted for our
and watch nervous birds as they eat -I Had the Medicaid expansion plan love for the:festival and our com- through the tri4 Yet you find the friendly attitude to outsiders. Ifyou
have been frustrated by squirrels. Sohave been passed by the Florida Hoise of munity. compassion ip.your heart to pub- reulate, be more aware that the
the 6irds. Representhtives, afull range of ben- owever, folks have looked for a licly forgive your fathers killer. Not majority of, people enjoy these
I have yet to find a good way to keep efits including emergency services, "scagoat" this year becgfise there onlythat but you are quoted assay-' groups and iidividtuals! Felix comes
squirrels outof the bird seed. Igreased the hospitalization, mental health serv- were many changes-soimeofwhich ing you will 'pray for your father's to mind!,
; pole that holds the feeder; eventually the ices and prescription serviceswould were not hopular and unfortu- killer arid continue to hope that As Kevin McCarthy putit so well
grease wore off and squirrels climbed up r have been vailable at a ery low nately Sandy has received most of whatever goodcan come from this,' (May10), we are the church! Over
with ease. I puta Slinky around the pole. It cost to Florida. th criticis much of i very does oung man, this .is truly 1600 families come toworhip
was'fun watchingItheir squirrelly antics, try- The Safety NetHospitalAlliance unkind. h e sinspiring. Your father must bevery there at times it is impossible to
ing to whip the Slinky into submission. But of Florida an industry group, points For this reason I wanted to tel proud in Heaven right now. find a seat (and pray). as the crowds
the show was temporary. They.eventually out that: Sandy thatthere are a lot ofpeople Personally, Iam glad theverdict are sometimes out.the'door.
Slearne d to use the.Sli klas:a springboard g* Among the 910,000 people who in our beautiful 'art of the World was murder, in the. second degree.' The plans for the church expan-
to the top. Baffles didn't help. would have been newly eligible aid who are very grateful for all the No' ieed for there to be; a second sion were shown to the parishioners
In our latest attempt to outfox the squir- covered under the Medicaid expan- years of work she has devoted to seseless violent death. Instead, and explained to us by ourpastor.'
Stel, we bought a "squirrel-proof birdfeeder" sio are adults under the age of 65 the Shimp Festival! your father killerwill likel sped The plansere seen and approved
that came equipped with aspring-loaded with family incomes of up to 138 Myhusband as involved incity the rest of his life in jailwheree by the majority of our parishioners
Sperch. If a squirrel rests' on.the perch, a percent of the Federal Pover-ty po itics for 1o0 yars and he kn ws canno harm others, but wilbwhere (approximately 100 don't approve);
door to the seed slams shut eLevel, and their children. The:. this'frm experience the eaiest he willbe given the chance to live, over 1,600 families see the need.for
The feeder is shaped like a little houe. income limits are: Aamily of four thii gin the world isto beacritic. He to acknowledge his sins and to be our Churcht to go forward and'
To put in seed, you'simply turn the chimney\ making less than $31,809 annually; also found that the people who do forgiven. expand. As stated the Masses on
and lift off the roof, individuals earning less than $15,415 the criticizing usually do not do any The Bible tells us not to be theweekend (two on Saturdayand
The house was in order for only a few aniually. ion of the work. I pray Sandy will look vengeful, and you are not, It sayl to thiee on Sunday, plus a Latin Mass)
days. Then a squirrel with a Ph.D. in Medicaid expansion would for the good in this year's festival turn the other cheek, and you have. has been reduced from two on
physics fgured it out. He must have been have covered nearly 70,000 cur- 'and feel proud of'that and willhot.l- It says not to judge, anrd youhave left Saturday and fout on Sundays o-
watching me. The wily critter actually rently uninsured children, ten to the critical crowd.-The Bible the judging to Him. It says that we excluding the Mass at YUlee. on
turned the chimney, pushed the roof to the About 75 percent of Florida's ) has some very good advice for this should forgive those that trespass Saturday continues:Our pastor and
ground and climbed down into the feeder uninsured are employed; opting out situatidon:"In everything give thanks against us, and you have, As aresult one additinal visiting priest do the
for a feast of sunflower seeds. By the time I of Medicaid expansion jeopardized for this is the will of God in Christ I sense you've been given a peace weekend services, a deacon helps
spotted him, he'd gained five $pounds Florida's working poor in their pur- Jesus concerning you." (I that surpasses all understanding, a .also. The number of Masses has
Now our little house with the squirrel- suit of good health and prosperity. ThessalonianMs 5: 18) peace that could not have been given gone beyond the limits and every-
proof perch and squirrel-friendly roof is :The hspital trade group points. Sandy- we love you and appre- .to you by any judge or jury. May one hastaccepted these as neces-
bound with twine Strong enough to pull a out. that opposition to this expan- C. ate you and pray you will find a God continue to give you thePeace sary. The new expanded church will
two-horse wagon. It's ugly, but so far it sion made no sense for Florida great dealofhappiness in whatever you so richly deserye and may you increase seating from the present
works. The federal governmentwould .you put your hand to in the future! continue to be such afine Christian 250-plus to:the new 550-plus and
To be fair, I wanted tdoclose with some- have paid 100 percent of the cost Anne Mottayaw example. will change the' altar location.
thing gentle, romantic and poetic about the for the first three years, and Florida Fernandina Beach Eric T. Cdrbett However, these changes are con-
:squirrel's mating habits But I couldn't find can withdraw from the program at a Fernandina Beach sidered necessary by the majority of
Sanything. any time without penalty. Is it true that some of the Shrimp parishioners.
Geese, as you know, mate for life, So do Over 10 years, the federalgov- Festival committee needed to rest nThe Yulee church has changed.
mute swans, bald eagles; scarlet macaws, rnment would have paid $27.8 bil- and that's why the parade was a location several times (St Augustine
whooping cranes and even black vultures, lion to fund Florida's Medicaid eek early? If this is true then next The following are some com- and our bishop decides-the loca-
But girl squirrels are promiscuous, I've expansion, while the state govern- year more of us'80- and 90-year-olds mentson recent subjects and issues tion) based on what will serve the
read, a condition that encourages the boys' merit's share would have been $1.7 ,need to join the committee so those that have come up during the past Yulee parishioners best. YUilee will
:to be the sante Way. billion Florida would see a 16-to-1 whimps can rest while the oldsters month. have a church there and they have
Are we stlurprised? What else would we return on its investment in the carry on the tradition. Shrimp Festival'parade: chang- alreadystarted to work out the
expect from twitchy-tailed; beady-eyed, con- expansioh.' Dee Scandaliato ing of the parade day this year, while plans.
;niving, larcenous, sneaky animals that ,Florida's rejection of addition- "Fernandina Bch, Fl. I disagree with the original deci- Ninety-nine (99.9) percent of St.
would steal a poor little biid's last moisel? al federal funding for Medicaid sion,,still iad some good results. Michael's.don't complain because
Celibacy? expansion'is exacerbated bythe fact l ~4sdatb.' First, the weatheron Saturday was they understand the need of
Phil Hudgins is the senior editor for that the Florida Legislature has perfect! Lucky! Second, the atten- expanding St. Michael now. There
Cormmnunity Newspapers Inc., the media comrn- slashed Medicaid reimbursements Re: Flash-Bang Crawford, May dance was as good or normal as, will be difficult times in the-future
pariy that owns the NeWts-Leader to hospitals by $1 billion over the 10. you could Wish for being a par- while this is being accomplished as
S phudgins@cninewspapers.com. past eight years, and Florida hospi- Wow! Over 24 column 'inches of ticipant I felt the crowds were large we allwill adjustto having our serv-
tals also stand to lose up to another a Mike Boyle diatribe slamming and great, they showed their sup- ices go to the newly built Parish
$654 million in federal Medicare and John Crawford. This is what Igot out port for the parade by being there Hall. Parking will be a challenge,
Medicaid Disproportionate Share of Mr. Boyle's diatribe: and cheering for the units. The in the end St Michael's will be wor-
HOW TO WRITE U15 (DSH) cuts under ACA. 1) Regardless of different cir- number of participants units, shiping in a church built for the
Safety Net also estimates the cumstances or new information, Mr. marchers apd floats was as good future.
Letters must includewriter's name (printed annual"hidden tax" on families with Crawford is wrong to change, his as could be expected because of Our city, needs to go forward -
and signature), address and telephone num- health insurance in order to subsi- mind about anything. the change in days. The partici- not backwards! Some of the deci-
her for verification. Writers are normally limit- dize coverage for the uninsured is 2) The fact that the county has pants' efforts were great, the floats sions by the commissioners need to
ed to one letter in a 30-day period& Nopoems $1,017. Wouldn't it be nice if all neither increased the millage rate were terrific and everybody put in, be improved and stop the
will be published. Letters should be typed or Floridians had access to the type df nor taken on any new debt is com- great ideas and work in getting "Backward Fernandina" approach
printed. Not all letters are published, Send let- coverage Rep. Adkins enjoys: cov- mendable, them ready for. the parade. The on getting things non-accomplished.
ters to: Letters to the Edito', PO. Box 766, erage heavily subsidized by taxpay- 3) However, there's always dif- crowds loved the "50th Year" I will still continue to fight for
Fernanding Beach, FL, 32035. E-mail: mpar- ers (us!) at $8.34 per month for indi- ferent ways of looking at something. themes and the individual groups improvements at Main Beach and a
nell@fbnewsleader. com. vidual coverage and $30 per month For instance, one could argue that activities. Only suggestion I have finished waterfront park.
visit us on-line atfbnewsleader.com for family coverage? five years ago the millage rate was is for the units when they pass the John Megna
Clearly, the Florida House of too high. Wait a minute wasn't. "reviewing stand," please consider Fernandina Beach




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Horse country

Here in Kyrgyzstan I spring pas- when they are released onto
should have known that hors- ture where the pasture. These horses,
es would play a role in my shepherds although penned up, were
field trips. This is a horse moved their clearly wild. These are
country after all, with more "large groups breeding horses, very valu-
horses than cars out in the of sheep, able, but not trained for rid-
rural areas where horses are goats and ing. It was a scene right out of
the only way to navigate the cattle to our Old West with wild-eyed
steep and road-less .mountain feast for horses fighting the ropes and
passes. awhile dust swirling into the air. I
And I had another cue WILD before mov- couldn't believe my luck to
right in front of my face the WAYS ing higher watch and photograph this
whole time my Kyrgyz col- into the action.
.league Agat Alamanov was mountains The next day we headed to
driving us through the tl'affic Pat for the sum- an ecotourist yurt camp to
of the capital, Bishkek. His Foster-Turley mer. We spend the night. Ecotourism
dashboard ornament was a were heie to is a big activity in Kyrgyzstan
miniature Kyrgyz saddle. look for water birds along the and many Europeans come
Turns out-he grew up in a lake shore; like Okefenokee here to stay in traditional
rural village and even now back home this area has been yurts or in people's homes in
owns about 100 head of sheep, declared a Ramsar site of villages to experience the cul-
cattle and horses that his importance for water birds. ture. If you can afford the
cousin maintains out in the We saw few water birds, as plane ticket here, it's a won-
countryside. it turned out, but even better, derful acation for sure. So I
Once we left the city on we saw horses. Off in the dis- wanted to see it first-hand for
our first field trip to see the tance a herd of horses was myself.
Biosphere Reserve, the pro- corralled in a pen beside. a. When we got to the yurt
tected areas, the summer pas- temporary trailer, where the village on the shore of Issyk-
tures and the'ecotburism horse keepers lived for a few Kul Lake, there was one soli-
areas around Issyk-Kul Lake, months while using this pas- tary horse with a saddle on it PHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TnRLEY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
horses were everywhere. ture. I was shy about photo- tied to a tree. Uh, oh, I Wranglers hobble a horse in Kyrgyzstan, above. Horses are -used for transportation,
Villagers on horseback trotted graphing the people some thought, this horse is waiting pulling wagons and for herding sheep, goats and cattle around the countryside.
beside the road, carts pulled people don't like this, I've for me. And sure enough, Azat
.by horses delivered goods, learned in my worldly travels had Arranged ahead for the
and horse-riding "cowboys" but Az7t told me, hey, no yhrt owners to bring in a es, and soon I overcame my keep the horse from galloping capped mountains in the-dis-
herded the large herds of problem, I think this is my horse for me to Fide The, nervousness and started to like he clearly wanted to. "No .tance and 4 traditional meal.
she'ep, goats and cattle friend! horse owner helped me onto r.elax. This horse shied away galloping," the horse owner being prepared in the yurt
through the newly greening So we drove right up to the my mount, then' sent me off, from the soft road. No, he was had told me in broken "camp awaiting my return. And.
,pastures. I couldn't help horsemen, and sure enough alone on a Kyrgyz horse to a Kyrgyz horse, and preferred, English, and for sure, this wa' this day, this time; Tknow I
myself, "Azat, do you think I we were happily greeted and explore the uilrr6undings. IN6o to walk and trot with sure the last thing I wanted to do, have the bestjob on-the face
could ride a horse when I'm watched the activities. The guide, no paths, justthe horse steadyf:eet on the rocks and K alone in this wild landscape. of-theplanet!
out here?" men were busy roping each and me. It didn't takelong to' pebbles:' '. This ivas an experience I'lf Pat.Foster-Turley is azoolo-
One day Azat drove us horse, then putting new cob- figure out that this horse rode out of sjght of the: never forget alone on horse- gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
,across a large floodplain bor- bles on their front feet to keep knew the sarie type of reining camp, in this rocky dry land- back on a barren land beside comes your natire questions
dering Issyk-Kul Lake, a them from straying too far that works on American hors- scape, trying allthe while to a huge alpine lake with snow- and observations.


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Teacher accused of Property Appraiser resolves petitions POLI
After reviewing several past four years have seen a "It's important that our val-
hundred parcels, Nassau total of 2,105 petitions filed ues are consistent," said IN BRIEF
V w t t County Property Appraiser representing over 4,800 Hickox. "I am working now
s x ith stu ds Mike Hickox resolved many parcels. to ensure fair and accurate val- Govenor in town
petitions that were filed with The reduction in county ues countywide so we can
Sb the Value Adjustment Board. taxable value due to Value eliminate many of these hear- The Republican Party of
Hickox inherited 425 peti- Adjustment Board actions has ings in the future." Nassau County will host Gov.
tions that were filed with the been nearly $22 million. Of the 425 petitions filed Rick Scott as featured speak-
e Value Adjustment Board and "The costs for these hear- in 2012, 303 were for residen- er for its Lincoln Day Dinner.
GARRETT PELICAN also been transferred from he made it his top priority to ings have averaged almost tial properties, 75 were for The Nassau County
News-Leader teaching a physical education work on each one. $50,000 a year for the commercial properties, 31 Lincoln Day Dinner at the
class to a world history class "I felt the taxpayers deser- Property Appraiser's Office," were for agriculture classifi- Omni Amelia Island Planta-
A Yulee High School teacher two years ago, "due to rumors," ved a fair review and I wanted said Justin Taylor, public infor- cations, 9 were for homestead tion Conference Center is
accused of sexual relationships the report said. them to have my attentionr," mation officer. "As soon as he exemptions and 7 were for Saturday with a reception at 6
with his students remains on A witness whose name is said Hickox. was swvorn in to office, Mr. tangible personal property. p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Cost
paid leave after the Nassau redacted from the report told Property owners have'the Hickox began reviewing the These petitions represented per person is $125. RSVP at
County Sheriff's Office sus- investigators that she had heard right to petition the Value petitions, especially the areas 734 parcels. 491-5544 or nassaugop@bell
pended its investigation of him the teacher was sexually Adjustment Board if they feel that could use the most atten- Of the 425 petitions filed south.net.
on Friday. involved with the victim, adding their values are unjust and tion." only two were brought before
The 32-year-old teacher that, "every year there were inconsistent with their sur- Prior to being elected, the Value Adjustment Board. WestSide
faces suspension from his job rumors of the suspect being rounding area. They may also Hickox chaired arbitration Upon reviewingthe evidence, D mo t
without pay and may be fired involved with other students," file a petition if they feel their and mediation hearings for the Special Magistrate rec-
following allegations he had the report said. property tax exemption was the Association of Realtors. ommended that both petitions The Westside Democratic
been having sex with at least According to the report, a unfairly denied. "Having this experience, he be ruled in favor of the Club will'meet at 7 p.m.
one of his students at his. student at Yulee High informed In years past, Nassau, understands the importance Property Appraiser's Office. Tuesday at the County
Hilliard residence starting last school officials and authorities County has had a high num- of working with the citizens The Value Adjustment Building on Mickler Street in
November, authorities said. He on March 8 that her friend, an 'ber of petitions filed compared ahead of time to eliminate fur- Board agreed to the recom- Callahan. Guest speaker is
also may resign. unidentified 16- or 17-year-old to other like counties. The ther proceedings," said Taylor. mendations. County Party Chair Carla
"The. Nassau County female student, had been sex- Voisard. Dinner will follow
Sheriff's Office report does uajly involved with him since her presentation on new elec-
establish specific grounds for Nov. 22, 2012. tion laws. Call (904) 879-5163
suspension and subsequent ter- The pair reportedly ex- C on s this fall n for more information.
mination and the school district changed graphic text mes- tru i n il DemocraticClub
will pursue those avenues of sages, including ones in which
action," Sharyl Wood, execu- he allegedly said he wanted to The Democratic Club of
tive director of administrative perform oral sex on her and 1 S chool Amelia Island dinner meeting
services for the Nassau County "ravish" her, the report said. t So l I will be held at the Fernandina
School District, said Friday. On Nov. 23, the student report- Beach Golf Club, 2800 Bill
"He's on administrative edly went to his home, where Melton Road, at 6 p.m. May
leave pending notification of he gave her a massage and the The Florida Departltent Routes to School project. This along the north side of 21 with dinner at 7 p.m.
suspension or if he wants to pair engaged in foreplay before of Transportation plans to project is a joint effort by Lime Street from South Speaker will be Ben Wilcox, h
resign voluntarily," Superinten- she left, the witness told inves- award a contract for con- FDOT, Nassau County, the Eighth Street to South 14th consultant for the League of
dent John Ruis said in a tele- tigators. struction of sidewalks near city of Fernandina Beach, Street, along the east side .Women Voters in Tallahassee,
phone interview on Monday. Initially, both the teacher Southside Elementary School Nassau County ,School of South llth' Street from on the legislative session.
The teacher has not been and student denied the alleged this month; according to Mike District and volunteers. Lime to Jasmine streets, along. To reserve, send a check
charged with a crime as a result relationship, according to the Pikula, local Safe Routes to The Nassad County. the south side of Jasmine for $15 per person, payable to
of the sheriff's investigation, report. In a subsequent inter- Schools volunteer. School District was awarded from the entrance to the DCAI, to DCAI, P.O. Box
launched in March when a wit- view with investigators on Pikula reported that a grant of federal Transpor- school across South 14th to 1153, Fernandina Beach FL.
ness came forward with infor- March 13, the student admit- FDOT has programmed a tation Enhancement funds: Isle of Palms Lane and 32035, or drop off at party
mation about his alleged rtla- ted she had met the teacher at total of $467,490 for all phas- through FDOT for this proj- along the south side of Lime headquarters on Eighth
tionship with a student. The a playground in Hilliard, where es ofthis project. The expect- ect. Nomatching funds were from the entrance to Street. Contact Jean
teacher did not cooperate with they talked and drank coffee ed active construction period required from local govern- Bucanneer Village to South DesBarres at 432-8992 or
the sheriff's investigation, and eventually kissed, but she is plained for Sept. 30 to Feb: ment. 10th Street. jeandesbarres@gmail. com.
"We didn't develop, enough denied'anything else happened, 6. The project will include
evidence to charge him with the report said. The sidewalks are being. construction of sidewalks and
anything," said Roy Henderson, A search of cellular fhone constructed under the Safe. associated improvements D You Hear, but not Underst d?
the sheriff's patrol and investi- records revealed that he and
gations director. "But obvious- the student had been in con- OU May HaV Heaing LO ...
ly, there's a pattern of behav- tact via. text messages during PutteNews-Leaderclassfeds to'workforyou
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denied the allegations. He and videos of "individuals in
declined to comment when sexual positions and acts," but
reached at home via telephone none of them could be identi-
on Friday. His name was redact- fled as him or the student, the
ed' from the police report, report said.
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Santa Rosa and St. Johns said Connie Smith, Wells
County. As part of its.contribu- Fargo's senior vice, president
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning and Zoning Board of Nassau County will conduct a public
r Z1 hearing on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at.7:00 PM regarding the proposed ordinance. Also the Nassau County .Board
f Eof County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 10, 2013 at 7:00 PM. The public hearings
will be held at the James S. Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida 32097.'

All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and to be heard. Copies of the proposed Ordinances
and supporting information are available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County Growth Management
Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Comments may also be directed in writing to the Growth
S' "Management Department, e-mailed to agregory@nassaucountyfl.com, or received by telephone at
(904) 491-7328. All comments will become part of the record in this matter and subject to Florida's public
THIS SPRIIN' records law.
Co A 0 E' VINEM WAIT*H US Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to. participate in this program or activity should con-
tact 491-7328 at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation.
ON TiEVEIANDAHi '
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
....ON E, G"ar.......... i DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
U iON, G~El~~" : ON i R CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
SRINGS AND FOR THAT PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PRO- .
ST B i N lCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE .TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH
SAPPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
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: Iotbesisd ents erdscoitoEx The Planning and Zoning Board and the Board of County Commissioners may continue hearings on this matter.
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COURT REPORT
The following report was compiled by W Anthony Michael Castagnino was several with a co-defendant, $1,990 in 0 A motion to correct illegal sen- stance.
Angela Daughtry, News-Leader staff, served an affidavit and denied a viola- court costs, $500 to the Public tence was granted and Dennis Talbert N Kymal Jontavious Scott pleaded
from the May 9 court docket of Circuit tion of probation being served for driv- Defender's Office and $750 to the State Hutto was sentenced to time served on guilty to possession of a controlled
Court udge Robert M. Foster ing while license suspended, habitual Attorney's Office. Additional restitu- a charge of driving while license per- substance without a prescription and
E The court entered a plea of not offender, possession of less than 20 tion is reserved by the court for 60 manently revoked. adjudication was withheld. He was sen-
guilty for James Allen Anderson on grams of cannabis and possession of days. 0 Scott Allen Irons was served an tenced to 18 months drug offender
two counts of sale, manufacture, or drug paraphernalia. Ajury trial date of July 22 was set amended affidavit and denied a viola- probation, with the special condition of
delivery of a controlled substance. He W Brandy Nicole Cornish pleaded for Shawn Jason Daniels, charged with tion of probation being served for time served in Nassau County Jail, a
is to hire a private attorney by his next not guilty to manufacture of metham- lewd and lascivious offense against a grand theft. drug/alcohol evaluation within 60days
court date of May 23. phetamine or phencyclidine .with a victim less than 16 years of age by a E On April 26 David Odell Kelley and any recommended treatment and
Joel Anthony Anderson pleaded child present, sale, manufacture or person 18 or older, admitted to three counts of violation of random urinalysis. On charges of pos-
not guilty to manufacture of metham- delivery with intent to sell a controlled E Lance Elliott Dondelinger was probation being served for lewd or las- session of less than 20 grams of
phetamine or phencyclidine with a substance, possession of a listed chem- served an affidavit and denied a viola- civious battery. An adjudication of guilt cannabis, possession of controlled sub-
child present, sale, manufacture or ical with intent to manufacture a con- tion of probation being served for bur- was reaffirmed, probation was revoked stance paraphernalia and no driver's
deliver with intent to sell a controlled trolled substance and possession of glary of a structure. In a second case and terminated and he was sentenced license he pleaded guilty, was adjudi-
substance, possession of a listed chem- drug paraphernalia. he was served an affidavit and denied to 10 years in.a state prison with cred- cated guilty and sentenced to time
ical with intent to manufacture a con- Russell Tyler Crews was adjudi- a violation of probation being served it for time served and ordered to pay served in jail. He was ordered to pay
trolled substance and possession of cated guilty of burglary to a structure for burglary of a structure. In a third $3,749.20 in outstanding costs. $498 in court costs, $150 to the Public
drug paraphernalia. and sentenced as a youthful offender case he was served an affidavit and R Pauline Ann King was served an Defender's Office and $100 to the State
Andrew James Armstrong was to 12 months in Nassau County Jail denied a violation of probation being affidavit and denied a violation of pro- Attorney's Office.
served an affidavit and admitted to a with credit for time served. He was served for grand theft. bation being served for possession of M Justin Milton Smith pleaded
violation of probation being served for adjudicated guilty of grand theft and 0 Gregory Wayne Foreman Jr. alprazolam. guilty to grand theft motor vehicle and
burglary of a structure or conveyance sentenced to 12 months in jail, with pleaded not guilty to committing a 0 John William Matkin III pleaded was adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
and was adjudicated guilty. Probation credit, to run consecutively to count third-degree felony with a weapon and guilty to battery on aperson 65 years tenced to seven months in Nassau
was reinstated subject to the original one. In a second case he was adjudi- aggravated fleeiqg and eluding. of age or older and aggravated assault, County Jail with credit for time served
terms and conditions, with the special cated guilty of burglary to a dwelling 0 Jamie Lee Gilbreth Jr. will not be domestic violence, and was adjudicat- since Feb. 7 and ordered to pay $398 in
condition of 30 days in Nassau County and grand theft and sentenced to 12 prosecuted on a charge of sale, manu- ed guilty. He was adjudicated guilty court costs, $150 to the Public
Jail with credit for time served since months in jail on each count, with cred- facture or deliver with intent to sell a and sentenced to 18 months in a state Defender's Office and $100 to the State
April 18. He also must attend Alcoho- it for time served. The second count is controlled substance. prison with credit for time served since Attorney's Office.
lics Anonymous or Narcotics Anony- to run consecutive to the first, followed E Michael Scott Green pleaded not March 1. he was ordered to pay sur- 0 Philip Dewayne Spivey Jr. plead-
mous meetings weekly and provide by 24 months probation. In a third case guilty to uttering forged bills and pos- charges totaling $352, $398 in court ed guilty to grand theft and dealing in
proofto the probation officer. He paid he was adjudicated guilty of burglary session of a controlled substance. costs, $100 to the State Attorney's stolen property and adjudication was
$220 restitution to the Department of to a dwelling, grand theft, dealing in E Rose Abron Green admitted to a Office and $150 to the Public withheld. He was sentenced to 18
Corrections in open court. stolen property and false verification of violation of probation being served for Defender's Office. months drug offender probation and
SLisa Dawn Browning was served ownership. He was sentenced to 12 grand theft and w's adjudicated guilty. Damon Richard Miller admitted must have a drug/alcohol evaluation,
an affidavit and denied a violation of months in jail on the first count, with She was sentenced to 6'0 days in to two counts of violation of probation follow up with any'recommended treat-
probation being served for possession credit, 12 months on the second count, Nassau County Jail with credit fortime being served for criminalmischief over ment, submit to randqm urinalysis and
of a controlled substance without a to run consecutive with count one, 12 served since March 28. Outstanding $1,000 and was, adjudicated guilty, complete 50hours of communityserv-
prescription, possession of cocaine, months'on the third count, to run con- costs were paid in full in open court. Probation was revoked and terminated ice at a minimum of five hours per
disorderly intoxication, possession of current with counts one and two, and Jeremiah Edward Haislip plead- and he was sentenced to six months in month. He was ordered to pay $398 in
drug paraphernalia and introducing 12 months on the fourth count, to run ed not guilty to burglary of a dwelling Nassau CountyJail with credit for time court costs, $150 to the Public
Scontraband into a countyjail. concurrent with counts one, twd and and grand theft, served since. March 29. He was Defender's Office, $100 to the State
David Earl Campbell pleaded three. Counts two, three and four are M John Joseph Hamilton pleaded, ordered to pay $1,291.36 in outstanding Attorney's Office and $30 in restitu-
guilty straight up to possession of a, followed by 24 months probation, to guilty to possession of a controlled costs. tion.
Slisted chemical with intent to manu- run concurrently. In a fourth case he' substance and adjudication was with- Nathan Ray Morris II pleaded Jeremy ScottThompson pleaded
Sfatture a controlled substance. A sen- was adjudicated guilty of grand theft held. He was sentenced to 18 months notguiltyto possession of a controlled guilty to niotor vehicle grand theft,
Stencing hearing is scheduled for May and sentenced to 12 months in jail, drug offender probation-with the spe- substance and possession of drug para- firearm grand theft and possession of
:30 and bond was reduced to $2,502. with credit, to run, concurrently, fol- cial condition of time served in Nassau phernalia. firearm ammunition by a convicted
.i Brandon Michael Capps pleaded lowed by 24 months probation. In a County jail. He must undergo a drug U Ciara Nicolepearl Nail pleaded flon and was adjudicated guilty. He
Snot guilty to fleeing or eluding fifth case he was adjudicated guilty of and alcohol evaluation within 60 days, guilty to grand theft and adjudication was sentenced to three years in a state
police/fail to obey law enforcement grand theft, sentenced to 12 months in follow up with any recommended'treat- with withheld. She was sentenced 12 prison with credit for time served, with
order to stop, resisting arrest with vio- jail, with credit, followed by 24 months ment and submit to random urinalysis:. months probation, with the specialcon- a minimum mandatory sentence of
Slence, driving while license suspended probation, to'run concurrent with the He pleaded guilty to possession of less dition of time served in Nassau County three years 'for count three. He was
Sor revoked and no motorcycle endorse- fourth case. He waS ordered to pay a than 20 grams of cannabis, was adju- Jail, and must enroll in the Milepost ordered to pay $398 in court costs,
, ment. total of $2,050 in restitution joint and dicated guilty and sentenced to time Program within 30 days with success- $150 to the Public Defender's Office
Sserved in Nassau County Jail. He Was ful completiori and must complete 25 and $100 to the State Attorney's Office.
Sordered to pay $498 in court costs, hours of community service at a min- M Ajury trialdate ofJuly 15 was set
You've heard parents say, $150 to the Public Defender's Office imum of five hours per month. for Mark Wade Tyson, charged with
and $100 to the State Attorney's Office. Probation may be transferred to motor vehicle grand theft, sale of a
"Nothing works with My kid!"' EricKeith.Huntpleadedguilty to Georgiai She was ordered to pay controlled substance and grand theft
Spossession of hydroodone, posses- $671.34 in restitution to Target, joint third-degree, more than $300 but less
sion of alprazolam and no driver's and several with a co-defendant, $398 than $5,000.
W e w ill /license and was adjudicated guilty. He in court costs, $150 to the Public 0 Bridgette Anotoinette Walker
S V ll. was sentenced to 18 months drug Defender's Office and $100 to the State pleaded not guilty to sale, delivery,
offender probation with the special Attorney's Office. purchase or manufacture of marijuana.
U FQ P f ,31. condition of time served in Nassau Brittany. Danielle Poole was U Vernon Maceo Williams pleaded
... /B t County Jail on counts one and two and served an affidavit and denied a viola- guilty'to failure to redeliver a hired
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POLICE REPORT
This was written by Garrett Robbe and chase police raided her Seventh Street grandmother's Atlantic Avenue Felony arrsts Fernandina Beach, May 7,
.Pelican of the News-Leader from residence on May 7 following a residence was arrested on a aggravated assault, battery.
Soral and written reports by the Four Jacksonville men sus- tip that she was selling mari- felony charge after investiga- E Jennifer Rae Killings- 0 Cheyenne Lee Dunty, 18,
Nassau County Sheriffs Office, pected of an armed robbery in juana, according to a police tors found the merchandise at worth, 42, 551664 US 1, 76001 Bills Trail, Yulee, May 6,
Sthe city of Fernandina Beach Georgia last Wednesday were report. a local pawnshop, according to Hilliard, May 12, aggravated domestic battery on person 65
..Police Department and other arrested Thursday on various Thomasina. Yvette a deputy's report. battery with a deadly weapon. years of age or older.
agencies. Arrest indicates suspi- charges in Nassau County after McGowen, 34, of 820 S. Seventh Rocky.Blake Nash, 27, of E Gena Kaye Cooley, 43, I Steven Brian Nix, 34,
cion ofa crime, not guilt. leading police from several dif- St., is charged with possession 2727 Ocean Drive, Apt. A, is 1508 Rainbow Acres Ave., Jacksonville, May 8, Leon
Anyone with information ferent agencies on a vehicle and of marijuana with intent to dis- charged with dealing in stolen' Feirnandina Beach, May 12, County warrant, arson, grand
about criminal activity can con- foot chase, according to a tribute, a felony, and a misde- property, a felony, his arrest resisting arrest with violence, theft, filing afalse police report
tact the Fernandina Beach Police deputy's report. meanor charge of possession report said. He remains at driving under the influence, bond $35,000.
_ Department at 277-7342 or the About 10:30 p.m. of drug paraphernalia, accord- Nassau County Jail on a $25,000 0 Erica Lashaen Felder, 20, William Mike Poore, 18.
Nassau County Sheriff's Office Wednesday, dispatch informed ing to her arrest report. She bond. Jacksonville, May 11, grand 87509 Creekside Drive, Yulee,
anonymously by calling225-0147 patrol deputies there was an also faces felony charges of sell- On April 17, Nash's grand- theft. May 8, grand theft, dealing in
in Yulee and Fernandina Beach armed robbery reported at ing and delivering cocaine and mother reported that a 32-piece I Brittany Jonette Wilkes, stolen property.
.or 879-2136 in Callahan, a Dairy Queen in Charlton marijuana after selling to police silverware set valued around .26, St. George, Ga., May 10, gpelican@fbnewleadercom
SHilliard and Bryceville. The "We County, Ga., and a gray informants, the report said. $2,000 and other items valued driving while license suspend-
*Tip"program -800-78CRIME Chrysler sedan believed to be McGowen remains at at about $800 had been stolen ed or revoked habitual offend-
also -allows callers to leave carrying the suspects had been Nassau County Jailon a $55,000 from her residence in the 1700 er, no bond.
Sanonymous tips. spotted heading south on US 1 bond. block of Atlantic Avenue, U Nancy Carpenter Poole, 1
toward Nassau, according to On May 7, police carrying a according to the report. Days 50, 85525 Alene Road, Yulee,
Cocainebust the report. search warrant .raided later, investigators found some May 10, possession of co-,
Coa e bust Deputies saw a vehicle McGowen's residence, where of the stolen merchandise at a caine, possession of parapher- .
A Jacksonville man who matching that description driv- they found seven bags of mari- local pawn dealer, the report nalia.
Stried to flee from a traffic stop ing south on US 1 and Murrhee juana, along with a shoebox of said. N Sammie Lee,Battle Jr., 49, PA R R I
.was charged with resisting Road not long after and tried to seeds and stems, according to During a police interview Jacksonville, May 11, Nassau
police plus a felony drug charge pull it over After a brief attempt the report. They also found sev- on May 1, Nash allegedly told County warrants, robbery,
after investigators found bags to outrun deputies, four men eral Ziploc bags police say are investigators his grandmother armed burglary, grand theft,
:of crack cocaine in his pocket ditched the vehicle near Bulford consistent with the sale of had given him the silverware bond $160,000.
Searly Sunday, according to a Road and fled into the woods drugs. McGowen allegedly told and items as payment for help- N Donald Joseph Murphy,
.deputy's report. nearby, the report said. investigators she only sold mar- ing her clear out a foreclosed 52, Jacksonville, May 10, pos- B
Willie Edward Harley,Jr., 21, Law enforcement agencies ijuana not any other drugs, property she had recently .session of cocaine.
ofJacksonville, is charged.with surrounded the area and, with the report said: bought, deputies said. 0 Charles Stanaford Know- JOSEPH PARISH
.possession of cocaine and resist- the help of police dogs, captured But his grandmother told les III, 14, 95161 Wildwood OwnerAgent
ing an officer without violence, each of the four men. A sweep Stolen silver investigators Nash had lied Circle, Fernandina Beach, 46321 E.R
:according to his arrest report. of the vehicle, reported stolen about that she had not heard May 7, aggravated domestic Yle, FL 3207
He remains in custody on a out ofJacksonville, found noth- A Fernandina Beach man from him since Easter and he assault.:
S$15,000 bond. a ing, but investigators found who allegedly stole nearly had not "worked" for her in Jesus Espinosa Zarau39, 9 04 2254855
About 12:25 a.m. Sunday, a cocaine residue on some money $3,000 worth of silver from his nearly a year, the report said. 1350 South Fletcher Ave.,
Ssheriff's deputy stopped a white and a handgun near where one
Toyota sedan driven by Harley of the men was captured.
and headed north on US 1 near Each was initially arrested
Ingham Road for a window tint for i:esisting officers without
violation and driving over the violence, and bonds were set at
.speed limit, according to the $25,000.The men, identified as
Sreport. After allegedly giving 21-year-old Dominic Dontae
:.the deputy permission to search Daniel, 25-year-old Keith
the car, Harley tried to drive off, Gerrard Winningham, 20-year-
'but stopped when the deputy old John Aaron Ferris and 27- NAME
drew his gun and pointed it at year-old Keith Kirlin Phelts II,
him, the report said. all of Jacksonville, remain in
Deputies found two sand, custody at Nassau County Jail.
wich bags containing about 14 Ferris faces an additiorial G
- grams of crack cocaine inside charge of possession of cocaine SALVAGE
Harley's right fiont pocket, as with an added bond amount of
well as $400 in $20 bills inside $10,000, while Daniel also was PRICES!
his left pocket, the report said. charged with fleeing and
"Harley told deputies he had attempting to elude police and
..spent the night at an ac.quain- grand theft, with an additional
tance's house and the pants $110,000 bond.
were not his and he was not
aware there were drugs and Drugraid
money inside them, according
to the report. The bagged sub- A 34-year-old Fern andina
:stance tested positive for Beach woman Was arrested on
cocaine, the report said. a felony drug charge when




h1 iobation for .


threatening to kill
News Leader fronted by
store security
An Alabama man who personnel, he
threatened to "kill people" at handed them
the Walmart Supercenter in the weapon,"
Yuleewhile armed with a stolen Lueders said:.
pellet gun last month pleaded Fr a ncis
guilty Thursday to aggravated was arrested
assault. Francis without inci-
Adjudication was-withheld dent a short.
in the case and Waylon Andrew time later and
Francis, 56, of Grove Oak, Ala., allegedly told investigators he
was instead sentenced to two had taken the pellet gun from
years probation and ordered to the sporting goods section,
undergo a mental health eval- tucked it into his pants and'dis-
uation within 30 days and follow' carded the package in the shoe
up with any recommended section. The weapon was not
treatment. The court also stip- loaded.
ulated that Francis may not go Investigators learned that
td the Walmart'Supercenter in Francis "wanted to go to jail
Yulee. because his wife had attempted
Deputies were.dispatcledl suicidle and she wanted a
to the storethe evening ofApril divorce," the undersheriff said.
8 after rieports of an armed man His probation may be ter-
at the customer service desk. minated early after 18 months if
He had allegedly riaised his Francis is in full compliance,
shirt, revealing what appeared the court said. He also may
to be a black handgun lodged in travel to Alabama to sell his
his waistband, and told the house and get personal belong-
employees to call 911 because ings as long as he has permis-
he was going to "kill people," sion from his probation officer.
Undersheriff George Lueders He was ordered to pay $398 in
said at the time, court costs, $352 in surcharges,
A store employee, then $150 to the Public Defender's ,
approached Francis, who sur- Office and $100 to the State
rendered the pellet gun, and Attorney's Office.
escorted him to the store's loss A .cursory review of local
prevention office where they cou:t records did not reveal
waited for police to arrive. any previous arrests for Francis
"When he was actually con- in Nassau CounIty. "




Rabies case reported o
The Nassau County Health and foxes are the animals most
Department has announced friequently diagnosed with
that a second animal this year, rabies.
a raccoon from the West Side of Unusual acting animals
the county, tested positive on should be reported to Nassau
April 30 for rabies. So far two County Animal Services at 491- I A
riaccoons have tested positive 7440 or, if they are within
in Nassau County for rabies in Fernandina Beach city limits, T HOI
2013. call Nassau Humane Society at
Both of the riaccoons 321-1647.
exposed a pet dog. Anyone who is bitten or
Officials remind residents to. scratched by wild animals or
avoid contact with wild and stray strays should report the inci-
animals, and not to feed or dent to their doctor immediate- )
touch them. ly, as well as Nassau County
To protect fi'om rabies, ani- Animal Services or Nassau
mal owners should vaccinate Humane Society and Nassau
their pets with rabies vaccine. County Health Department.
There are two equally effective You may call the Nassau County I
rabies vaccines, a yearly and a Health Department's, Disease I
three-year rabies vaccine, so pet Control and Prevention
owriers have a choice of how to Services at 548-1800, ext. 5209
vaccinate their pet animal. or 5204, or Environmental
In Floiida, r'accoons, bats Health Division at 548-18gO.




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WEDNESDAY. MAY 15, 2013
B SECTION NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA

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+in Nassau

The Jacksonville Jaguars
will pay a special visit to
Nassau County today for the
.team's-first Stand United pep
rally for the 2013 season.
Fans.are encouraged to join
'A'A general manager Dave
Caldwell, players, Roar cheer-
leaders and Jaxson de Ville as
thly build momentum for the
>2q13 seasn. ,
SThe evening of family-
friendly fun and excitement
will include autographs, a
question-and-answer session
and prize giveaways. The
rally is free and open to the
public. Joining Caldwell will
be rookie draft picks
PHOTOS BY.BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER Johnathan Cyprien and Josh
Split into white and blue squads, the Fernandina Beach High School football -team held a spring intrasquad scrimmage Friday afternoon. Nathan Evans along with former
Siedel at quarterback for blue, right. The FBHS Pirates are preparing for a spring jamboree at Baldwin High School Tuesday, beginning at 6 Jaguar Tony Boselli.
p.m. The Yulee High School Hornets will hold a green-and-gold game at 7 p.m. Friday. They travel to Nease May 24 for a spring jamboree. The pep rally is from 6-8
p.m. at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center, 2500
Atlantic Ave., Fernandina
Beach.
4...: Fans wishing to purchase
r Jaguars tickets for 2013
F ... should call (904) 633-2000,
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Providence:

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Friday night
Providence School in Jack-
sonville will host Tim Tebow
for Inspire: An. Evening with
Tim Tebow Friday at 7:30
p.m. in the New Life Auditori-
Tebow is, the former
Florida Gators quarterback
and was named Forbes' 2013
Most Influential Athlete. The
Hector Vanlennep heads for the one the blue team, left. Cha Chi Moses carries ihe ball for the white team, right. former New York Jets and
Denver Bronco QB is also a.
Heisman Trophy winner.
His powerful message of
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I / Providence School and the
.....Jacksonville community. He
hopes to inspire others to join
him leading a purposeful life
V of influerice that changes
their world in a positive way.
The evening is.slated as a
fundraiser and all proceeds
from the event will go
towards land development for
Providence School and the
Tim Tebow Foundation,
Which was created to bring
J faith, hope and love to those
needing a brighter day in
their darkest hour of need.
Providence School is locat-
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between Beach and Atlantic
boulevards.
Thi event is open to the
public. Doors open at 7 p.m.
General admission tickets are
$50 and priority seating is
$100. To purchase tickets or
for information, visit www.
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place in the 13th annual Amelia Island Blue Water Shootout Saturday. Not pictured: Jonathon Taylor.
First-place junior angler Emily Ann Wolfson, below right, is pictured with her father, David, with a
nice catch of Amelia Island dolphin. Team "Sea Wolf' also took third place in the Blue Water
Tournament. Belowefoe Cartersecond-plac junior angler Kroff andSutton Kerlin, from
left, landed a nice catch of dolphin and tuna while fishing aboard Dwight Griffis' sport fishing boat, -
Nick Cantrill caught a limit of dolphin Friday while fishing aboard the "Play-N-Hooky." Fishermen
are allowed to keep 10 dolphin'per day measuring at least 26 inches.
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Some of Amelia Island's top "Typically I "It typically takes my boat,'Fish- place dolphin at 19.46 ppunds for sport fishing boat may burn only 85,
blue water fishing teams won'tsleep the N-Machine,'powered by twin Suzuki first place overall. gallons of diesel fuel.
headed offshore early lnight before a big 200 hpoutboards, 2 1/2 to 3 hours There was actually a tie for sec- r "Dolphin fishing should be fan-
'' Saturday morning, long fishing or hunting to arrive at the Big Ledge," Griffis ond between teams "Bad Wolf" and tastic during the next few months at
before daylight. Afew days prior, trip and Friday was said. "We had to navigate a pair of d"Fishin Machin.'" Both tallied 110 the Big Ledge," Hendrix said. "I
Amelia Island sport fishing boats, no exception," said lightning storms on the way, but points. look for the schooling dolphin to
:including the "Wahoo II," "Southern Capt. Tony Peeples. found calm seas for most ofour jour "When there is a tie we award the hold close to the steep drop-off in
Style" and "Play-N-Hooky," had test- "Sleep or no sleep ney offshore. Several weather fronts team that weighs in first the hon- 150 1,000.feet of water. However, the
:ed our local blue water fishery, expe- 1 our fishing party, had scattered sargassum weeds that ors," Mills said. "Dwight Griffis' larger bull dolphin will typically be
riencing excellent dolphin and black including Michael .had been thickly matted and holding 'Fish-N-Machine'weighed in before caught in deeper water from 800-
fin tuna action. OUTDOORS and Craig Foster, a variety of blue water gamefish. : David Wolfson's 'Bad Wolf,' giving 1,500 feet."
S'e had an awesome day of dol- --...- left from the marina "We began trolling our blue water ; econd-place honors to feam 'Fish- "Most of the dolphin fishermen
phin fishing at the Big Ledge in at 2:30 a.m. We ltures rigged with ballyhoo ii 200 N-Machine' and third place to team are catching the:schooling dolphin
;advance of the 13th annual Blue ery began trolling at 7 feet of water, but found the best 'Bad Wolf.'" with C&H lures rigged vith bally-
Water Shootout," Capt. Alien Mills a m. in 180 feet of water with excel- trolling action in 1,200 feet of water. First-place junior angler went to hoo," Mills said. "However, if you
said. The weather was perfect on lent success, landing 18 dolphin and We hooked and landed several nice Emily Ann Wolfson while second wish to catch a really big trophy bull
Friday and was looking excellent for one 18-pound blackfin tuna." dlphi to 15 pounds, including a was awarded to Gage Kropff idolaphin, the large plastic lures
.Saturday's day oftournament'fish- Local blue water fishermen Capt first-place blackfin tuna that weighed Amazingly the time spent to run trolled from 8-10 knots in at least
ing." Benny Hendrix, Nick Cantrill and 20.9 pounds." 65 nautical miles to the Big Ledge 1,000 feet of water works best."
AMills and Dwight Griffis have sons Ashton and Blake fished Tournament boats began weigh- varies.fiom 2-4 hours, depending if Dolphin is an extremely fast
organized the annual Amelia Island aboard the "Play-N-Hooky" at the ing. in their catche at 7 p.m. as a you are aboard a 65 mph Yellowfin growing gamefish, which can weigh
ilue water fishing event for several Big Ledge Friday as well, landing a bad lightning storm threatened to orfishing boat poweredby a single up to 20 pounds in less than a year. '
ears now with excellent success limit of 40 dolphin to 20 pounds. hamper the evet, mtor. But if you go foolinspeed, you And the current 10 dolphin per
.and results. The event is now in On tournameat day fishing boats Adam Peppler's team, "Mean may burn up to 250 gallons of fuel. angler limit is a good indication how
imemoryof Bo Stevenson, who was a began their offshore journey long Marjean," weighed in a first-place during your day of blue water fish- plentiful dolphin are in South
regular participant in the everit. before daylight wahoo at 15.5 pounds and a first- ing; a single diesel engine powered Atlantic waters. d

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The city of Fernandina Magnum Fitness Biangular $li/150 for six monthodr and shin gards. Fee eis $155 Rhonda Yrene at rhonda lineup.com/rbflsfotbaill orcon-
Beach Recreation Depart- Series machines. Open $180/225 for a year. for the first famly member, yrene@gmail.com, Becky tact Jason at 277-7256 or
;ment (www.fbfl.us) offers: Monday through Friday from Soccer Made in America $145 for the second. Register Curtis and rcurtisbjc@gmail. jbrown@fbfl.org. '
SAtlantic Center fitness 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for ages camp is June 24-28 at the through June 21 at the comn 'or Jerry Yarborough at Friday night men's "lron
room opens June 3. Precor 13 and up.(13-15 with adurlt Fernandina Beach athletic Atlantic Avenue Recreation jlyogi@hotmail.com. Man" one-pitch softball tour- :
treadmills and elliptical supervision; ages 16-17 unsu- complex on Bailey Road. Center. Junior lifeguard program niament at 7 p.m. May 31 at
:machines, Star Trac bikes, perlvised with waiver). Fee is Camp is from 9 a.m. to noon Indoor soccer Wednes- June 10-14 or July 8-12 at the the Ybor Alvarez softball fields
bHammer Strength plate $3 a day for city residents, $5 for ages 4-17 and includes T- days fromn 6-8 p.m. at Peck Atlantic Avenue Recreation on Bailey Road. Six-team
loade'd fitness machines and non-city; $25/31 per month; shirt. Bring soccer balls,water Gym. Fee is $2 forcity resi- Center pool for ages 10-15 maximum, 40-minute time
Se t i n dents, $5 non-city. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (8 a.m. limit. Home runs decided by :
fmmrywE f B Sens, wh wa ai Girls youth volleyball at to 6 p.m. Wednresday and umpire rolling one di. Teams
FE'RN A 'D IN A E.A C TI' E.S Peck Gym Tuesdays and Friday due to field trips). Must supply Classic M softballs.
S of Amelia Island's top "It ty y t s Friday froni 4-6 p.m. Program cbe able to swim 25 yards con- Round robin format. Top fourn
Tides, Slun A MAoon: May 15-22, 2013 runs June 4-July 30 for ages tinuously and tread water for teams advance to champi-
ur watrt i ing the s wn b e tt wah 5 10-14. It is designed for seri- two minutes. Register at the onship or third-place game.
Moonset o 02A High 2r:43A 6.52' fMooset 2:26A High 3S2A 6.16' ous female volleyball players center. Cost is $10 forcity res- Prizes for first-third places.
td sunrise 6.3IA. Low 6:49A o.r Sun' Shuntrise $ 6.28A Low 10.i6A 0.90' lookdhing toimproe their skills idents, $150 non-city. Entry fee is $220. Deadline is
/5 MoIonrise I:0p A High :IP 5.72' / Moonrise 2:41P High 4:34P 6.25 in preparation for middle and Snorkeling class for ages May 29. Contact Jason at
/ Snset 8:13P Low 6652P 1.24' sunset 8:16PI Low 10:43P 118' high school teams. Fee is $2 eight and up is July 1-3 at the 277-7256 or jbrown@fbfl.org.
'ment-- (www--fbfl-us*- per person per day Email Atlantic pool. Class is froRm 9- Summer adult softball
Th eula Moonsete 12:40A Hig3h 124A 6.38' pMO.r Moonset .3:0iA High4:50A 6.18' jur- 9:50 a.m. first two days, fol- registration is through May 20"
I o spunrise 6.30A Low 7:33A 1.19' S unrise 6.28A Low I l00A 0.65' A A R a lowed by a full-day trip on the at the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
5/1te 6 Moonrse h :55A High l:55P 5.73' 5/20 Moonrise 3: 40P High 5:34 6.62' frons o te third to Ich tucknee Rivera tion Center. Recreational co-
.a or lc Sunset 8:14P e Low 7:43 1.38' fii Sunset 8:16P ILow sI :42p 0.90' that Br inMg mask, fins and snorkel. ged and men's leagues offered.
iamer- erengtdphin p a nd $3ack itings $agel 4 ad bncd tc m d Fee is $55 for city residents, Recreational co-ed (ASA
Moonset 1:17A Hh8A 627 S Moonset 3:8A H5:50A 628 $68 non-city (transportation rules, aluminum bat rule for
** Sunrise 6.29A Low 8:22A 1.18 Sunrise 6.27A .ow I|.53A 0.37' and admission to Ichetucknee men, games Mondays) fee is
/ Moonnse 12: 9P High 2:43 5.81' 5/2 Moonrise 4b:42P i included in fee). $275 and due May 20. Sea-
SSunset 8:14P Lowi42p 1.43' Sunset 8:l7P gh 6:33P 7:0' Mini-tournament Wed- son begins June 3. Men'so







Rrst Quarter 2:36A High 258A 6.19' Moonset :8A Low 124A 0.57. Certified Firearms instructor nesdays, one-pitch adult soft- (USSSA rules, games Thurs-
at Monset l:S2A Low 914A 1.08' Wed* Sunrise 6.27A lHih 6:49A 6.44' M Cathy Mulcahy of ball tournaments on two days) fee is $275 and due
/1 'nrise 69A High 3l37P 5.98' l/ oonrise 1:4P Low 147P 0h08' n safdeashot F oanr mitrutdlon, Wednesdays per month in May 20. Season starts June 6
5/18 nst a sn P Low 943P 1.36. 5/ 2 Sunset 8:18P .. 103P 7.48 is offering ntrodutoary pistol onren- June, July and August. Refundable $72 two-gme
M is a wigh8t .as h sA B f n o tbatsion :d concealed carry courses. Tournament dates are June g forfeit fee due May 31. Umpire





side calculations are for Amella River Fernandina Beach. No correct1ns are .necesary All dasses include use of firearms, 12 (men), June 26 (co-ed), fee is $18 per game per team
funset 1 Moo3 3:3ti 1.8 funset 8ay vow l3 h42P 3r. mask, f a sr, e and mn e ofe









Sun & Moon events a ao calculated for Fradina Beach, although actual thjsj may vary because of Iand mins ammunition, and .safety gear. Class July 10 (men), July 24 (co- paid in cash on game nights;.
F. S ido ll, I nI: a bf coursels meet the requirements f (co-ed). ASA rules 35-minute tory captains meeting for both





brl Sta the Florida Concealed Weapons time limit, six-team maximum leagues at 6:30 p.m. May 23 .
L cc 3 n1 L cnse. per tournament. Entry fee is at the Atlantic center Contact
at Hoonhec I:I u Low 9:1ur 1r.08' e unriGCo to www.safeshot.biz $125 paid in cash on tourna- Jason Brown at 277-7256 or :
n e t desl or call 583-2138 for further details. ment nights. Deadline is jbrown@fbfl.org or visit www.
bluew aishnge' won t sle N-Mac.h.i.n'poi S Mondays. Visit www.league- leaguelineup.com/fbflsoftball.




WEDNESDAY, MAY 15.2013 SPORTS News-Leader 3B


SPORTS SHORTS
SS E Opins Watr tChale America's Youth, 907 South 11th St. Ameri-
The 2013 Ed Gaw Amelia Island O n ca's Youth summer program starts May 28
S2013 Ed Gaw Amelia Island Open and runs through Aug. 7. Cost is $150.
SWater Challenge will be held May 25 in Registration is open; a parent meeting is May
Femanidna Beach with a 5K open water swim 17 and 23 at 4 p.r. and 6 p.m.
and a one-mile open water swim. This will be
a non-sanctioned event.
The race starts at approximately 8:30 a.m. Guf .& HosessOlftalgane
Athletes will be allowed to have kayakers The inaugural Guns & Hoses charity soft-
S track them throughout the race; subject to dis- ball game will be May 18 at the Ybor Alvarez
cretion of race officials. softball complex pn Bailey Road. The festivi-
Race check-in and finish are will be at ties start at 4 p.m. with the opersing ceremony :
Main Beach at the intersection of South at 5:30 p.m. The day will feature Sparky, the
Fletcher and Atlantic avenues. Check-in starts fire dog, public health awareness, activities for
at 7 a.m. on race day, children and a medical.helicopter landing. All
City of Femandina Beach staff and other proceeds benefit the United Way.
drivers will provide transportation for all partic-
TInn apaipants to the startingpoints of the race at the tllrit n
Jasmine Street (one-mile) and Simmons
Road (5K) beach accesses. There will be a Nassau Challenger Bowling League for the
course briefing prior to the swims. An awards physcally and mentally challenged meets the
ceremony and breakfast will be provided to all second Saturday each month from 3-5 p.m:.at
The Golf Club of eia lndheld is SUBMITTEDt participants at the race finish area at Main the Nassau Bowling Center in Yulee Call
The Golf ub of Amelia Island held its annual Ladies Golf Association Member- Beach Park. Melinda Willaford at 261-3136.
Member. There was a great turnout for the tournament. Third-place winners were Race starting and ending points may be
Eileen Klein and Anne Velazquez; second place went to Jae Casper and Sharon adjusted due to current directin at at the race
:Badenoch. The 2013 Member-Member champions are Linda Larabee and Carol. adjusted de to t dirscren. e n at the race
officials'qdiscreti5n. : ^ mie s of te oute; ho os the:
Scavotto. Pictured, from left, are Casper, Badenoch, Scavotto, Larabee, Klein and eewill o te lifAmelia lsland.Boules Club holds petanque
Velazquez. to complete either course. Check-in at-the fin- pickup games Saturdaysat 9:30 a:m., Wed-
Sish line is mandatory for all racers. Thesafety nesdays at 4:30 p.. and Thursdays at 3:30
of p.m.0nthe Fetmandina Beach petanque
Sof the swimmers will be a priority. There will p.m. onthe Femandina Beach
e Coast Guard Auxiliary boats and lifegua[ds courts at the south end of the downtown mari-*-
n the water for the swiimer s'protection. na. Petanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both *
W olfe cap tures. W9mq th tl" EMTs and lifeguards will als be on the beach horseshoes and. bocce, the Ialian bowliing :
hors agsist swimmes in eed
to assist swimers ie need. game. The public is al ways welcome to join. '
Last Wednesday was a queens will be competing Enty fees are $30 before May 20 and $40 Call 491-1190 for informatin.
great day with 60 players GOLF NEWS today for the Queen ofClbs. e t e and FCl4-1 f aor ir ath
turningoutforthedbitz at the NEWS deck entry and entries postniarked after May. n ;
turning out-for the blitz at the 9, s 20, O Diizr ras
Fernandina Beach Golf Club. 20. atp .edfirst Tues
Fernandina BeachGolf Clu plus7) and there was a three- All pre-registrants receive an event T-shirt, There re organized bicycle rides Thurs-
Dou ntWfe t, plus 7) was way tiie for third with a plus 6 se h wim cap and other teams. Deck entries will daysstarting at 9a.m. and Saturdays starti
the teop nbetween Larry Brauda l(79), Te nth annlA receive a T-shirt on an as-available basis. The at 8:30 a.m. All ride start from Main Beach.
playr o eon w a t een Larry Brauda (7), mela sland ol i event is limited to 300 swimmers. Awards go Park near the miniature golf course.
plus 6- Ron Peterson(85) Cheshire (83). r ing Au to the overall top three male and female fin- Cyclists of all abilities a welcome. Riders
witill Abeet(83), Jim Raffonue O'Day, Vill. be held Aug.k 2 at : 8:17 wit wlcomed ers,
:) aind Charlie KiRkligh : First went to the team of e A a ishers and.top finisher in each group.- of A (18 21)i B (14-17), C (qpto 4.mph) and,
il A ,and Jim R er Spindler, Bob Craven (84, Lng P oint at the Amelint Entry forms are available at www.fbfl.us. S (social ide,'speed of the slowest rider inth
ir aetea l plus 5), Brian Stavel (76, Island Club. Tournament pro- Contact Scott Mikelson at 277-7350 or smikel- goup) all participate. The de wil be aound
:First-place team included pu5ceeds benefit the ALS son@fbfl.or or Chris Gaw at (407)721-2837 30 miles with reststops along thride wall, and
;Wolfe, Albee, Andy Palmisano plus 1) and-Tom Roberts (82, Association, Florida Chapter, or cgaw@cfbfl.ror Chris Gaw at ( 721-283iles with rest stops lon the way and 10
(88, plus 5) and GareyDur- minus 1). Netting second which supprts research and .P gaw@cflrr.oins b t sefoecnting pbint at arungd0 1
len (90,;plus 2). In second were Barry, Jerry Hudgins provides support to families, 'ts1e 'rK 5 miles before continung o the woem ng 20
~ e Kim Davies (80, plus 5) (91, plus 2), Hydie Peterson Often referredto as Lou: eK miles f the rout Anyoe whjs th
im Edwards (96, plus 3),1) an Bob Dorsey Ghrig's isease Amyotro- Vida Fitness will host the fifth.annual group will notbe leftbehind LurichIs optional
-Maury Foreman (88, plus 3) (88, mipus 3). and is alse a reguase Amyotror
Maury Forem an D (878,plus y ,C inching ds w). phic Lteral Sclerosis is a pro- Independence 5K at the mni Aielia Island There is aso a reglar ri deMondays for
aNad Jim Dunphy(, ps 1) Cinchin th irdo l were s gressive and usially fatal neu- Plantation July 4. The 5k race will beginat 8 expverinced oad cyclists start 9 a at
Capturing third were Nathan.Powell (9, plu 9 romuscular disease, It Islovly a.m.and the one-mile youi ffun run will begin various Icaticinsbn IAm.lia sland and in .
Capturingarry:Br d d (79, plusa6)uhesta''i 'siauis
Raffone;Rich Vredenburgh LarryBrauda (79, plus 6), robs'the bodyof its abilityto at 9 a.m. The start ahd finish arei at the 6sau nti. The statiig pitthanddis-
a9 foPl ), Tom Shave (78' Tom Gray (83, minus ) and walk, speak, swallow and Racquet Pvrk aark ng lot nef t to The tances for these rides wif be a~ridunced.. "
,(89, plus 5), Tom Shave (78, 'Bill Abee (97, minus 9). In
lus 2) and Steve Shannon Bill Abee (97 mis 9. breathe. VrandahRest~urynt; racemeanders through Helmets nd a' bicycle in gbodworking
~9miusandS3teve Shanno ~fourth werejim Pierce (82,t 'breathed. Verandahth con n'
(93, minus 3).Three teams lfourh were, Jim Pierce (82, Registration aid war mitup the tree-canopied risort at 6800 First Coast comdition are maindator: all 261-5160 or
ed for fourth. Latrry Brauda plu 5), Jack Croake (79; plus are from a.m tod 12:30 p.mm. Highway.. Registrtion is available online at visit wwww.amerliaisland cying.com,
.(79, plus 5), Chuck Himel- 2), Larry McCorkle (86, Shotgun start is at 1 p.m Active.com orat the -lealth and Fitness www.sports. yahoo /grou ers
eber (82, plus 2), EdLor- minus 1)and JmMcFarland Format is a four-person Center. Call Sean at 415-1429 or eail or www.nfbc.us.
-mand (96, plus 1) and Mi- (99, minus 2). scramble. Dinner reception seank@vidafite.nesset with questions.
2hael Kaufman (90, minus 1) from 5-7:30 p.m. includes beer I Seporftaiissoca r .
.tied with the team of Kick- Quero- ees and wine, raffle prizes, SejO ir, d anbIngleaU Nassau County S tAssitin eets
lighter, Jim McFarland (93, The Golf Club of Amelia S awads and silent auction. senior league bowling is offered at 9:30 at 7 p.m.the first Tuesday.at tiecounty build
.plus 3), Paul Hensler (93, Island crowned Entryfee is $150. .0 am.n Wednesdays at Nassau Bowling off US ing, Yulee. Call 26sl75 fr 27-1609.c .
.ven) and'Jack Harrison (93, m h the last month- iontests include beat.thee grop as
minus 2) and the team of ly ueen of' po, hole-in-one, longest. Christian leagTe gbouinp aomeets for Th :ursdays
Peterson Lee Murray (80, Clubs for the :drive, closest to the pin aVnd : e and / '
plios'4), Larry McCorkle (82, season. Jane putting rzontest. Awards to The Amelia sland Sailing Club meets the
plus 3) and Bill Larrabee (92, Casper was the first-fifth net and firs and sec- SuIlmetrckandldfldd first Tnes at the Kraft Athletic lub a
minus 6). winner of the ond goss eam. America's out offe ck andeld AcreI hour starts at 6:30
jday hadjist't52 plrayers -f w- a o .f '1tfr- mmei~' A g at emK& rogr forages- g a ..... .
with Nathan Powell (79, plus with a net 68." com, contact Mark O'Day at :817 ith the goal to qualify for the AAU., McKee at (770) 287-5606'or comtdore@
9) taking top honors. Se~cond All of the (904) 553-0576 or odaym25@ Junior Olympics. Call (904) 624-5383 for ameliaislandsaillgsorg or visit www.ameliais-
went to Shannon Barry (85, Casler monthly aol.com. information or pick up a registration form at landsailing.org for information.

SUMMER CAMPS PRO Y PDATE

BasTEtNA $75. Register at 8:30 am. on Golf News, Tip, Trivia & Stats
The Pirate Basketball the first day of camp. -
Camp will be held at Feman- .. -
dina Beach High School for SOO=e 1
boys and girls entering grades The Fernandina Beach .PGFolwS easonsRort The P Byron Nelson Champ ionship Tige Noods won THE Tom nResu
2-9. The camp is from 9 a:m: High School Lady Pirates will Irving,exas is onef the mos sioried toumarlents PLAYRS Championship f 1 r oods
to.noon June 10-13. Fee is be holding a soccer camp 7,166:yards, Par.70 on the PGA Tourt. l began in. 1926 the first time since, 2001 and so:3-
$80. Register first day of for boys and girls entering as the Dallas Open Tournament with. joined Fred Couples, Davis 0 .
camp. Contact'Coach Matt second through ninth grades. Defending:.Jason Dufner MacDonafd Smith as the inaugural Love IllI andSt~ie Elkington asthe only Piavl suR Ewa-:s
Schreiber at (904) 635-2612. 'The camnp will be held June 3- Wiring Score:11-underpar champion. Byron Nelson bame a two-time winners. Tied with Woods with -2 JefMagger -11 $7o09333
Yulee Middle School will' 6 from 6-8 pm. at the Ybor WInning Share: $1,170,000 pait of the event as the host in 1968. two holes 0 play, Sergio Garcia had .ov, L S .3" 3
offer a summer basketball Alvarez Sports Complex on Tom Watson had one ofthe best runs at this tmamet,'brnging home a stuntig coape. He put two balls in the water on the 17th hole for a
camp for boys and girls. Fun- Bailey Road. Cost is $60 and three straighttitles from 1978-1980. Overall, Watson has won four Byron- quadruple-bogey 7. Hefollowedjhatup byhiing histee shotinto thewater
damentals skills and drills includes instruction by current Nelson Championships, more than any other player in PGA Tour history. on the 18th and making doublebogey. Woods won by making par on the
camp will be June 3-7 ad- and former FBHS Lady Pirate Last year, Jason Dufner made,a 25,1/2 foot birdie putt on.the fiinal hole last tio hdes t dose with a 2-under 70. David Lingmerth finished with a
vanced skills and drills is June soccer players and certified to claim the HP Byrbn Nelson Championship. -72 and tied for second place with Kevin Streelman and Jel Maggert
10-14 and game skills and coaches. A campT-shirt is
strategies June 17-21 from 9- guaranteed with registrations -
10:30 a.m. for incoming sixth received by May 20. To PGA vent H yron elsonChapinsh Last week andrKomma a T r oos
gradersand from 10:30 a.m. receive a registration form, PGA ~vet HP Byrn Nelson ChaSp seniiratOaklaand niversity, TuedPiger Woodssi:
to noon' for upcoming seventh call (904) 335-1103. i singseniatOaklandJnversty Turned Prfessin : 1996
and eighth graders. Cost is Thu, 5/16 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF aced both par 3s on the front nine World Ranking: 1st
-$25 a week, $50 for two e Fri, 5/17 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF at R&S Shad Golf Course in Rochester Hills, 2013 PGA Earnings: $5,849,600
- weeks or $75 for all three. Sat, 5/18 3:00pm-6;00pm CBS Mich. The 23-year-old from Germany scored PGA Tour Wins: 78
Instructor is YMS head bas-. The 31st annual Pirate Sun, 5/19 3:00pm-6:00pm NBC herfirst career ace on the 177-yard third hole. ,
'ketball coach J9nathan Ball. Baseball Camp will be held and followed it ti3 with another hole-in-one
June 3;7 at the Fernandina on the :108-yard seventh hole on her way Thoy12013
Ch Beach High.Schoolbaseball Which of the following players to a 3-under 69. "After I had the first hole in 1) Tiger Woods
The Fernandina Beach designed to teach thefunda- has never won the 'Byron NPelson oohe, I couldrVt believe it at first because I did 2,340 pts 5 top tens
High School cheerleaders will mentals of baseball for ages Championship? not see it go in," Komma said. "The people 2) Brandt Snedeker
hold a summer camp from 9 6-15. Camp cost is $80 and B we passed were standing on the green and 1,474 pts. I 6 top tens
a'm. to noon June 3-7 in includes a camp T-shirt. a) Byon Nelson c).Jac Niklaus they were yelling but I still couldn't believe it.
Building 22 (behind the middle Parents should register b) Amrnold Palmer- d) Ben Hogan The-second one, I did not know what to do. I 3) Kevin Streelman
school). The camp for ages 3- campers at the baseball field started tearing up because there was no way 1234 pts. / 5 top tens
5 is from 9-11 a.m; and the on the first day of camp begin- Answer: b) Amold Palmer I cbuld'get another one." 4) illy Horshel
fee is $65. For children ages ning at 8 a.m. Call 261-6240
6-12, the camp runs from 9 (FBHS) or 556-1163 for infor- 1,205ptS: : 5 toptens
a.m. to noon and the fee is mation. nOne of the common issues the amataurgoferhas that causes a loss ofpowerin the golf I 5) Matt Kuchar
swing gis a reversepivot A reverse pivot occurs when the weight of the golfer moves to 1,089 pts. I 4 top tens
their frontfoot during the backswin whichcauses the spine to ilt in the wrong direction.
as the properweight shift to the back foot In order to corect a reverse pivot problem, here eliaye Eoiltls TIn l0s
ar a couple of suggestions. The most important key is to make sure that your hips stay 6) Phil Mickelson 1,003 3
acepted for the men's sum- at the Centra Park courts, stil on your backswing. You have to imagine that you are ina drum and your hips do not touch either 7) D.A. Points 926 2
mer season, which will begin beginning M1ay, 27. Email side of the drnm on the backswing. The second piece of adice is to getyourstemum directly overyour 9) Webb Simpson 854 3
match play June 4. michelemaha@msn.com, back foot atthe top of the backswing to ensure the proper weight distnibution 10) Graeeme McDowell, 838 4
Maharaj Tennis along Tennis classes are avail- .'
with Cliff Drysdale Tennis able at the Yulee Sports
will once again host a 'Tennis Complex. Nassau County -
Thanks the Troops" mixed Home Educators classes are
doubles round robin May 25 Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1
from 5-7 p.m.. Entries are now p.m. Private lessons and cus- i
being accepted for the 7.0 and tom clinics are also available.
8.0 combo divisions. Proceeds More information canbe
will be donated to Thanks found on the Yulee Tennis
USA for its scholarship pro- Foundation website at www.
'gram benefitting U.S. military YuleeTennisFoundation.com '
families. Entries may be or by emailing michelema- II
emailed to michelemaha@ ha@msn.com. g
msn.com by May 22 at 5 p.m. Kraft Tennis Club mem-
Summer camp sched- berships are available at Kraft
ules are available for the city Tennis Club off Buccaneer .
of Fernandina Beach Parks & Trail. For information, contact
Recreation Departmepit. Bo McCollum at 321-2233 or
Junior tennis camps will be visit ktp.time-slots.com.






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Don't trifle with truffles and other lessons from Croatia
I never thought much about beautiful, inexpensive and largely hunt the regional delicacy, but about the truffle and its impor- white truffle that remains legend
truffles until the accident of tray- free of the tourists ... at least in they tend to eat up what they tance. He proudly told us about in the small world of "trufflers."
el delivered me to a place where May. Think of it as Tuscany 50 find. Not a good thing if "truf- the New York Times food writer His find of 4 nearly three-pound
truffles have reached cult status years ago. fling" is your main source of who found the tiny restaurant truffle holds the Guinness World
and are on every menu. So what is a truffle? It is an income. and wrote a rave review. Record. There are reports that
Traveling with my sister on a underground mushroom with a Our group enjoyed a delight- Curious, we asked to see what he had it bronzed. .
recent walking tour of Croatia, potato-like body. Not pretty but ful dinner at Mondo Konoba. A they looked like. Truffles.are not My fellow travelers and I
we stayed two nights in the small delicious. Discovered by the konoba is a tavern. We were the pretty, in fact, they'looked more enjoyed our little adventure into
medieval village of Motovun. The Romans, legend suggests they only diners as it was pre-season. like odd shaped black rocks than the fascinating world of "truffles"
small town, high atop a hill over- were the result of Jupiter casting We started with a pAt6 with shav- anything that could be so deli- and as we learned, when you are
FRO M looking lush valleys and gentle' a lightning bolt at an oak tree. ings of black truffle, followed by ,cious. in Motovun, Croatia you do not
hills, is famous for its local treas- Truffles only grow-in a very spe- rich and creamy polenta with Black fruffles are found most trifle with truffles. You savor
THE ure truffles. cific environment and require a fresh truffles and a delicious dish often. White truffles are much them!
PORCH As you explore the hilly, cob- certain type of tree and soil. of tagliatelle- in truffle sauce, of rarer and more valuable..The Dickie Anderson- welcomes your
ble stone streets you can find Specially trained dogs called 'course. Regional wines compli- largest whitetruffle ever found comments. Books are available at
": truffles in any form and in or on- ""trufflers" are able to sniff out mented our delicious dinner. was discovered in the Motovun local book and gift stores or online
Dickie anything you eat. The ancient lit- the tasty morsels and dig them Nikola, the friendly and multi- forest. In 1999, Giancarlo Zigante at www.dickieanderson.com.
Anderson tie town is full of charm. It is : p. Pigs are used by some who lingual waiter, cheerfully told us and his dog Diana found a huge dickieanderson@gmai.com

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S O Ir d SUBMITrED
-Gooddtlzens
DAR Good Citizen Awards were presented by Chairman Janet Lukaszewicz to
Victoria Cochrane of Hilliard High, ILna Tomassetti of Fernandina Beach High and
Savannah hefton of Yulee High, with Regent Jane Collins congratulating them, A
school's DAR Good Citizen must have the following qualities: Dependability, Service,
SSUBMiTED Leadership and Patriotism to an outstanding degree. One senior student from each
5li : of theb igh dchol selected for, this h'lio# I i
.. . /y :'4lm IjaslaDughterseo the American Revoltfr held their annual Awards
t Paws held a drive recentlyto collect pet food for the Nassau Humane Societ's Ceremony ate Amelia Island Museum of History in Fernandina Beach on April
:Community Food Bank aswell as supplies for. te shelter. The pet food is distributed 20. See story, more photos 5B.
"to families in need, so they can feed theirfour-footedmemrbers. Any business can host
a drive. To learn more, visit www.nassauhumanesocieFy.comn, the NHS offices at 671
Airport Road, or call 491-1511. Above, from left, are regg Balzer, shelter directif, .
Sherry Merritt, animal control officer, Brandy Carvalho, executive director, and
.Octavio Martinez, owner of Hot Paws.:













Ag"cl"r" "'y & ..ns..er Sc -HNWicED an e norei.,Hge, ....County._: .;. _. 'i




ers or nd nda HSUBMITTD
Wrtng awards .
Winners of the Majore Kinnan Rawlings Society Annual Writing Coinpetition



Middle, and Christina -Vienneau, Yulee Middle; The society sponsors a
'Nassau County Tax Collector JohnDrew was guest speaker at the third annual Nassau writing competition each year in the town where the annual meeting is held.
County Extension Volunteer RecHgnition Luncheon. This year's themie was "Lucky to i g
Have you as volunteers" and recognized volunteers in all program areasi 4-H,
Agriculture, Family & Consumer Scierice and Hortic lture. County Extension Director
Rebecca L Jordi, Extension Agents Meg McAlpine, Amanda Thien and Margaret
Johnson and staff Winifred Favors and lairauLaRoche hosted the event at the First ..
Methodist Church of Callahan.






Newmember'
Recently, the Fernandina
Beach Rotary Club was
pleased to induct Erin
D'Agostino, catering and
sales director for the Golf
Club of Amelia Islandl as a
new member. A native of
Amelia Island, D'Agostino
career has taken her away
from the area until recent-
ly. She said she and her'
husband, Ralph, along
with their four chilgiren are
glad to be back in Nassau
County. D'Agostino, left, SUBMIFI TED
was sponsored for mem Bridge seminar
bership by Club B d.m a
Membership Director Rick Participants from Amelia Island attended a Jerry Helms Bridge Seminar at the
Keffer, center. Also pic- Timuquana Country Club on April 24 and 25. Helms is a professional bridge play-
tured is club President er, writer and teacher who specializes in group seminars. Pictured with Helms are
John Boylan. Jessica Styers, Brenda Price, Donna McKeel and Beverly Stormoen.





WEDNESDAY, MAY 15.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader 5B


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES

'Red'now playing at FT This beautiful young lady's
,For the News-Leader tion to bring these works to name is Venus. She is a 2-
life," Hart said. year-old Plott Hound mix.
Mark Rothko was one of the Portraying the complex Venus is our volunteer's
foremost members of the relationship that develops favorite. She has the sweetest
Abstract Expressionist move- between Rothko and his fic- disposition. She'has a gor-
ment who emerged in New tional assistant Ken are two geous brindle coat, which at
York after World War II. area actors making their FLT first glance doesn't seem
Now, it is 1958 and master debuts. right for her breed but she
abstract expressionist Rothko Gill Johnston is familiar to makes it work! Her only draw-
has just, landed the biggest Fernandina Beach audiences back is that she is heartworm
commission in the history of from his appearances at the positive but we may give
modern. art, a series of murals e Amelia Community Theatre, assistance for her treatment.
for New York's famed Four and Hays Jacobs, a senior at Venus has been with us since can be seen in person at the
Seasons Restaurant. Douglas Anderson School of February. She gets a little Nassau County Animal
So begins John Logan's the Arts, portrays Ken. anxious in her kennel but Services, 86078 License Road,
powerful 2010 Tony Award-win- "Red" marks the third when she is taken out for a Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday
ning "Red," playing at 7:30 p.m. Northeast Florida premiere walk, she is in heaven. You through Friday 11 am. to 4
Thursday, Friday and Saturday presented by the Fernandina should see her in action. Go pm. and Saturdays 11 a.'m.t
at the Fernandina Little ...-Little Theatre-this season, fol- to www.petfinder.com and 3:30 p.m. We are cloed
Theatre, 1014 Beech St. in lowing "Love, Loss and What I watch her video and you will Sundays, Mondays and most
downtown Fernandina Beach. SUBMITTED Wore" in September and "I fall in love with her too. She holidays.
In the two years that folloW Portraying the complex relationship that develops Have Before Me a Remarkable
the commission, Rothko works between artist Mark Rothko and his fictional assistant Document Given To Me By A
feverishly in hi studio with his Ken in the play "Red" are two area actors making their Young Lady From Rwanda" in ANGELS
young assistant, Ken. But when Fernandina Little Theatre debuts: Gill Johnston as October. C
Ken gains the confidence to Rothko and Hays Jacobs, a senior at Douglas Anderson Tickets for all performanc-
challenge him, Rothko faces School of the Arts, as Ken. es are $15 and may be pur- Sean is a people loving cat
the agorizing possibility that chased in advance at The UPS, with a laid back personality
his crowning achievement Store in the Fernandina Beach who makes friends very fast.
could also become his undo- thoughts ... 'Red' captures the ated for the Seagram commis- Publik shopping'center. FLT is He is ayoung adult male with
ing.: dynamic relationship between sion are literally too big to fit an intimate performance space orange and white fur and a
The New York Times hailed an artistgand his creations." into the theater's intimate 'and patrons are encouraged to unique look with his bobtail.
"Red" as "intense and exciting While enthusiastic to direct space. purchase tickets iii advance to Read more about Sean.
.. a study in artist appreciation, "Red" for FLT, director Amelia "I decided 'to follow guarantee seating availability. through our website at.
aportrait of an angry and bril- A. Hart said she also found ita Rothko's lead and take an For infrmatin on other FLT wwwcatsangels.c nd
liant mind that asks you to feel unique challenge, given that approach that requires the events, check tl e website at more of our cats waiting for
the shape and texture of most of the murals Rothko cre- audience to use their imagina- ameliaflt.org their "forever" homes or call
Cats Angels at 321-2267 to
Il ag r tmeet with an adoption volun-
teer. We have many aduitcats donations of resale items or
TERARY at our Adoption Center who for cat care- it is all greatly
need forever homes. Will you appreciated. Cat ngels willI
NIN S open your heart to one of hold a Garage Sale this
them? All have been spayed Saturday firom 9 am.-2 p.m.
se sale or netteredcurrent on vacci- Arrive early for the best
Used ksa e nations, tested and selections and rock bottom
The Nassau County Home ricrochipped and are just prices.
Educartrs will sponsor a Used waiting for you.. Please havq animals in
Book and Curriculum Sale on Cats Angels Thrift Store yur care spayed and
May 17 from 8a.m.-noon at and Adoption Center located neutered. Cats Angels can M
SSpringhiill Baptist Church, at 709 Eighth Street, is rovide lower cost options of
941017 Old NassauvilleRoad. .... o:pen Monday through these services. We can also "
The sale is open to the pub Saturdaiy from 11 a.h. to 5 bilmanely tiap feral cats. Cai
lic and will feature lots of chil- p.. Please stop byandhelp 321-2267 for more informa -
drien's books, educational support the kitties through tion. Spay and neuter ntohe
materials and teaching aids. adoptions, purchases and responsible'solution.e -
There will also be videos, com-
pute software, CDs and
games for all aes. American History Chairman Cindy Glenn presented the awards to the essay con- N S AU UMAN CIE CETY
W'- ; '.>-,.' test winners. Front row, from left, are Gabfiele Bayacal, eighth grade second
Wlritel .Oa place; Carolina Berni, seventh grade second place; Grace Wright, sixth grade first
The Florida Young Writers place; and Michael Bogush, fifth, grade second place. Back row are Lauren
will meet at Books Plus, 107 Kilburn, eighth grade first place; Susannah Gray, seventh grade first place; and
Centre St., from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Caleb Emmons, sixth grade seoond place. Regent Jane Collins congratulated each
May 21. The Florida Writers student for their hard work. Not pictured is Mitchell Tasso, fifth grade first place.
meeting will follow from 6:15-
7:30 pn.m All writers are
engcouraged toattend. 'Fr
information call 321-6180.

T ie-Vassau ounty
Library Advisory Board will
meet May 21 from 3-5 p.m. at
the Hilliard Branch Library,
15821.CR 108, Hilliard. The Elvis and Sammy are two enough good things about
public is invited to attend. of the sweetest dogs ever, and Elvis and Sammy they have
Persons with disabilities all-time favorites of both our a special place in our hearts,
reqt ring accommodations in staff and volunteers. They a r and we bet they will find a spi-
orderto participate should Labrador Retriever mixes, cial place in yours, too.
coftact the library at 277-7365, MElvis about 7 years old and Tuesday will brighten ybur
or the Florida Relay Service at Sammy about 5. We suspect life every day of the week!
1-800-9558771 at least five they haven't had the greatest She's an amazingly beautiful
days in advance to request lives, but they have kept their Domestic Short Hair mix,.
sucho accommodation. SUBMITIED PHOTOS love df people and each other with a sweet, quiet dispositio.
SCarolyne James; Rudd, representing the Scholarship Committee, presented a They've also kept their sweet, She loves affection and ould
tleadersi $1,000 scholaioship to a graduating senior from each of the four county iigi friendly; smiles. They're gentle, especially love it fiom you!
:Te Book Loft, 214 Centre schools. Recipients were Jenna Barnes of Fernandina Beach High, Lydia Arlirq of and affectionate, housetrained Sh about 3 years old and
St, sts Storiime pn the Hilliard High, Alison Martinez of West Nassau High and Amber Standridge of- and really aim to please you. medium-sized. She craves
seconddMonday of the month Yulee High. Amelia Island is one of the very few,DAR, chapters to:sponsor a local Tey I :a ed together at our being petted, and it's a pleas-
at 10:0 aim. Puppet friend scholarship program. shelter couple of years agoe ur e to pet:her soft, luxurious
Barinae B art helps with the and were adopted, but inow brown and tan coat, kind, of a";
,torieand as always the chil- 'A they're back through no fault- tabby-tortoiseshell mix. She :
dren wilfenjoy songs, crafts of their own. Both-of them are keeps to herself in te catter
ad great childrens literatureo.
add 's t laid-back, easygoing guys, and unless she can be with peopl ,
Call 261-8991 for information. they love people and other so she'd be much more com-
dog's. They walk well on their fortable in a.horrie of her own,
Pecklibrary Amelia Island Daughters of the American Deborah Sampson, a woman who dressed as- leashes and are totally devot- Youf'Tuesday will be extra .
The Peck Center Library Revolution held their annual Awards a minan, fought and was.wounded in the war ed-to each other it's endear- special from now on ifyou'll 1
on South l1th and Elm streets Ceremony at the-Amelia Island Museum of effort. The competition is open to all fifth, irlg the waySammylooks out come visit this sweet kitty an(d
is0opn to-thepublic n Monn- 'History in Ferniandina Beach on April 20. sixth, seventh and eighth grade studentsin -for ElviS. They're also'great give her a forever home. ,
day, Wednesday and Friday Recipients of the.American History Essay Nassau County public, private and home entertainersjust like their Bring a'donation of dog or
from 3-5 p.in. Drop by and see Contest, DAR Good Citizens Awards and schools. namesakes (Elvis and Sammy cat food to our Second Chanc
all the books available. Amelia Island Chapter Scholarship Winners The Daughters of the American Revolution Davis Jr.), and it's fun to be -resale store on the thiird
Volunteers are- there to. help were honored. is a nonprofit, non-political, volunteer women's with them and watch them Wednesday ofthe month ,
For information-call Mrs. Many students from Nassau County service organization, dedicated to piromoting play and interact. They could (that's today.) and receive 25::
Charles Albert at 261-4113. schools participated in these contests. Parents, patriotism, preserving American history and be adopted separately, but percent offyour purchase that
-i lbrothers, sisters and friends of the students seciuring America's future through better edu- since they love each other so day! The food will go to our
DIgital libraxy were in the audience to see these special cation. Membership in'the society is open to- much it would be wonderful if Community Pet Pantry at the
Check it out- the Nassau young people receive their certificates and any woman 18 years or older, regardless of they could be adopted togeth- shelter, a pet food bank to
Couinty Public Library System envelopes. A reception followed, hosted by r~ice, religion or ethnic background, Who can er, and we'll give you a special keep pets andpeople together
offers audiobooks, eBooks the chapter members: prove lineal descent froirn a patriot of the reduced adoption fee. They when owners might not other-
and music for download from The National Society of Daughters of American Revolution. have been undergoing heart- wise be able to feed them. I
the library's website by card- American Revolution theme for this year's Those interested in membership in the worm treatment but soo'n will Second Chance is at 1002
holders witha fine free -essays'.was' "The Forgotten Patriots Who society should contact the Registrar at AIDAR, be heartworm-free and ready South 14th St. in Fernandina{
record. F6r information visit Supported the Struggle for American P.O. Box 16664, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 for a permanent forever Beach, in the Eight Flags
www.nassaureads.lib.over- Independence." Susannah Gray, Florida State or through the website at www.ameliais- home, so you can come see 'Shopping Center, open 10
drive.comi. Society DAR winner, read her essay about landAsdar.org, them today. Wejust can't.say a.m.-5 p.m. Mdnday-Saturday.


PET PROJECTS

Taste&Toast Chance store at 1002 South solely oh donations, grants until they are ready to be Road, email adoptnhs@att. anyone who is interested in
14th St.; or Island Time and fundraising to support adopted. Kitten season is com or call 321-1647. seeing the center or learning
Taste & Toast- Pairings Premium Frozen Yogurt at their work. For more informa- approaching fast, and NHS about volunteer opportunities.
for Paws will be held May 18 306 Centre St. For information tion on Cats Angels, visit needs caring, temporary CallJan at 583-2870.
from 7-9 p.m. in the courtyard visit www.nassauhumanesoci- www,catsangels.com. homes for kittens until they Nassau Humhne Society's ,,
at the Florida House Inn at 22 ety.com or call 491-1511. are old enough to be adopted. Second Chance resale store in
S. Third St., to raise funds for 80A' WfComfu W Matd Veteirinary care and food are thb Eight Flags Shopping Get exercise and help a
a new Nassau Humane G m sale Pet beds are desperately provided. Call 321-1647 or at Cefiter, 1002 South 14th St., homeless dog with human
Society shelter. Cats Angels will hold a needed for adoptable cats and adoptnhs@att.com. needs volunteers as well as companionship and quality
Chefs from more than a Garage Sale on May 18 frop 9 dogs in the local shelters. If donated items. Items may be time outdoors at the Nassau
doze~-restaurants will prepare' a.m. til 2 p.m. at 709 S. Eighth you have old comforters, any TUX OTudropped off Monday-Satur- Humane Society's volunteer-
an ite. off their menu and St. This is their last garage condition, please consider Nassau Humane Society day, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Phone 321- dog walks Sundays, Mondays
pair it with a wine or beer. sale before fall and they are bringing them to Buy-Gones currently has several eye- 0022 for pick-up of large furni- and Fridays at 9 a.m. and
Nassau Huinane Society will bargaining to move merchan- Ladies Resale Boutique, 1014 catching black and white ture. Call the store for Wednesdays at 3 p.m. at the
hold a silent and live auction dise to make room for more. S.. Seventh St: A volunteer "tuxedo" cats in the cattery information on volunteering, NHS shelter, 671 Airport
with mafiyritems focusedo.. Choose from household items makes them into beautiful that look too dapper to not or visit nassauhumanesociety. Road. Dress,comfortably.
lifestyle and advehture experi- and decorations, furniture, padded cage liners. Call 277- have somewhere special to com/secondchancestore. Ages 18 and under welcome
ences. Dan Voll and Michele books and more. When you 4071for information. go. Every Tuesday, visit the Sp al to accompany a parent or
will provide live music. come to shop, don't forget shelter from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. e i touS adult guardian. Call 321-1647
Tickets are $50 and limited your aluminum cans for the Fosters needed for "Tuxedo Tuesdays" when Join Cats Angels-for an or stop by'the NHS adoption:
to 200. Purchase online at recycle bin. Cats Angels, Inc. Nassau Humane Society you can adopt these formally introductory tour of its feline center at dog-walk times or I
www.nassauhumanesociety.co SPCA is a 501(c)3 non-profit needsvolunteers to provide attired cats for 20 percent off family at Cats Angels 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-
m or the NHS offices at 671 organization. They receive no short-term in-home care for the regular cat adoption fee. Adoption Center on South Friday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Airport Road; the Second government monies and rely friendly dogs and cats in need Visit the shelter, 671 Airport Eighth Street. They welcome Saturdays.




6B WEDNESDAY. MAY 15.2013 AMU110TOWN News-Leader
S PP Workshop will be held in May Meditation. Anyone interested Amelia Trace Court, Feman- with chronic mental illnesses.
at Council On Aging East in meditation is invited to dina Beach, the Amelia Island NAMI aims to reduce stig-
Nassau, 1367 South 18th St., attend. Email ameliain- Chamber Music Festival will ma so individuals with a diag-
for people interested in learn- sight@gmail.com to learn present the Beth Newdome nosis feel more comfortable
ing the computer basics or more or call 261-9143. Fellowship Artists Showcase, seeking services and to foster
other computer topics, S a free concert including mem- a sense of community integra-
SPEC M .Dee's Catering. Bring your Instructor is Jan Cote-Merow, Gw SCOn bers of the Linden String tion. Contact NassauNAMI
lawn chairs and come out Computer Coach, who has Gerrfs Comer of Comfort, Quartet and Sarah McElravy, Florida@ gmail.com or 277-
hungry and ready to have been teaching private and a nonprofit resource center for violin; Catherine Cosbey, vio- 1886.
Quaretconcft some fun and "wobble wob- group lessons on Amelia women with cancer, answers lin; Eric Wong, viola; Felix nfE ra
The Linden String Quartet, ble." Donations accepted for Island for the past 10 years. questions in a confidential set- Umansky, cello; James Dund-
one of the country's premier future jazz concerts. The cost of each session is a ting, proiides support group ham, viola; and Christopher The Sons of Confederate
young string ensembles, will The event is sponsored by donation of $10 to Council on information, brochures, refer- Rex, cello, with the music of Veterans will meet May 20 at
perform works of Haydn, the American Beach Property Aging, a 501 (c)3 not-for-profit ence materials, a lending Mozart, Beethoven and 7 p.m. at the Pig Barbeque
Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky Owners'Association, Inc. charity. Call Jan at 583-2870 library and more through Gliere.; Restaurant in Callahan.
at 7 p.m. tonight at St. Peter's LtF ~ Rifor dates and registration trained volunteers. It offers The highly decorated Included with the meeting will
Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic information. stylish ead coverings, hair- Linden String Quartet is the be an interesting and educa-
Ave., Femandina Beach, as The annual "Let Freedom pieces, sleep caps, chemo graduate String-Quartet-in- tional military lecture. The
part of the Amelia island Ring" concert with the DiscussiMOp bags with necessities and Residence at Yale University. public is invited tO attend.
Chamber Music Festival. Jacksonville Symphony Memorial United Methodist comfort pillows free of charge. Call 321-0898 or emal sales. IUStcim dinne
Tickets are $40, including a Orchestra is set for Thursday, Church hosts open discus- Open Monday-Friday from sgameliaisland@simneL. u m
post-concert courtyard recep- May 23 at 7 sions of biblical views on cur- noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall T F y Don Quixote Restaurant
tion where concertgoers can p.m. at First rent events, with three at Memorial United Methodist Th iay aand Amelia Island Museum of
meet the Linden musicians. Baptist Faithlink Encourter groups Church on North Sixth Street, The Amelia Island History are sponsoring a
Praised for its "remarkable Church of that meet weekly. All are wel- downtown Femandina Beaci. Museum of History invites you three-course seated and
depth of technique and bril- Femandina come. Sunday moring's Call 277-0099. to attend its next 3rd on 3rd served dinner at Don Quixote,
liantly nuanced, sumptuous Beach. group meets at 11 a.m. in Street presentation May 17 at 520 Centre St., on May 21 at
tonality" by MusicWeb Presented by MH402 (Maxwell Hall). Two Geeagyg p 6 p.m. Dr. Gylbert Coker will 6 p.m. The meal will include
International, the Linden has ARIAS groups meet Wednesdays at Genealogy group meetings discuss Dona Honoria an appetizer, choice of three
enjoyed remarkable success (Amelia 6 p.m. one at O'Kanes Irish are held at Yulee United Cummings Clarke and her entrees, dessert and a glass
in the four years since its Residents in Pub on Centre Street and the Methodist Church, 86003 fascinating of wine for $35 per person (tip
founding. For tickets or infor- Action for the Symphony), this other at the Partin Center Christian Way, Yulee, the sec- family, not included). Tickets are on
mation visit www.aicmf.com or annual event celebrates (white house located on the ond and fourth Thursday of Dona sale at the museum, 233 S.
call 261-1779. Memorial Day Weekend with MUMC property). For informa- each month from 9-11 a.m. Honoria Third St., and at the restau-
a program of patriotic tion contact Pastor Hollie at New members are welcome. was one of rant. A portion of the proceeds
SavoryTase favorites. Tickets are $20. For hollie@mumconline.com. Call 225-5381 or Paulette the wealthi- will go towards museum proj-
A Savory Taste toBenefit information contact ARIAS at Murin at 548-9752 for infor- est women ects.;-
Micahs Place will be held May 261-0105. AMmee mation. in late 18th m sa
18 from 4:30-7:30 pmn.' at the TH r The National Alliarce or century
Woman's Club, 201 Jean Mental Illness Consumer Mar MUseum Saint The Nassau Alcohol,
LaFdte Ave.Tickets are $35- Support Group.meets on The Maritime Museum of Augustine, and the matron of Crime and Drug Abatement
al-inclusive. Guest chefs wil Bis n day Fridays at 11 a.m. at the Amelia Island hosts a pro- the Clarke Family. Her son Coalition will hold its Summer
prepare culinary selections for The public is invited to play Council on Aging, 1367South gram on a current topic every George Clarke plotted Old Safety Meeting at 4 p.m. May
tasting along with a variety of bingo every Thursday at the 18th St., Femandina Beach, Friday at 6 p.m. The programs Town Femandina for the 21:at the Femakdina Beach
fine wines and beers, to raise Legion, 626 S. Third St., across from Baptist Medical are jointly sponsored by the Spanish crown, and became Police Station Community
funds for Micah's Place. Femandina Beach, in the Center Nassau. The meetings museum and Amelia one of the city's most promi- Room, 1525 LimeS Tpics
Tickets are available at the large smoke-free meeting ha. are free and led by a psychi- Research and Recovery, LLC, nent citizens during the wil include 4 summeryouth
Purple Dove or cal 491-6364, Doors open at5:39 p.m. and atric nurse. the Amelia-based company Second Spanish Period. programs, the power of par-
ext. 102, to pay with credit ealy bird games start at 6.05 Nassau NAMI holds busi- that searches for and recov- Coker will discuss her book ents, bile helmet and water
card. p.m.., with regular play begn- ness meetings on the third ers sunken treasure from about the life of Dona safety, heart attack and stroke
Chefs will choose their own ning promptly at 6:30 p.m. Thursday of each month at -Spanish Galleons: The muse- Honoria, as wel as the recognitionand hands-only
recipe for an appetizer or main The bingo session-is nine 5:30 p.m. in the conference um is located at 1335 S research she has done on her CPR with the UF Extension
dish or use any of the recipes games for $20, with multiple room of the Northeast lorida ghth S No reservations are next project, which wl detail Services, Departmentof
in the Micah's Place cookbook, jackpots paidout. For ques- Community Action Agency, needed. Call (904) 838-6688 George Clarke's time in Health, MADD and the
A Savory Taste. For informa- tions emal pos54bingo@ 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100, or (904) 838-6619. Femandina. Femandina Beach Fire
tion visit yahoo.com. Proceeds support Femandina Beach. Everyone This program isfree for Department.The meeting is r
www.micahsplace.org. programs sponsored by the is welcome. museum members witha open to all parents, youth and
American Legion. Family support meetings The Men's Newcomers suggested donatio of $Sfor community members.
T1e p me Ba ,s for familymembers orcare- Club o(Amelia Island wil hold non-members,.ContactGray Beresnents willbe served.
The Americah Beach takers of an individual with a its ln eeingon May 16 at 261-7378 ext.102, or Cal 277-3699 or visit
Property Owne' Association The Just Friends Single mental health diagnosis are at the Femandna Beach Golf gray@ameliamuseum.org, wwwnacdac.org.
:presents the May Jazz Series, Society meets once a month held at St. Peter's Episcopal Club at 1130 a.m. Speaker
Sfeaturing Ediriard Waters for diner..I you are single Church, 801 AtlanticAve., SheriBilLeeper will discuss me ng
College in a concert, Ambush and over the age of 55, call Femandina Beach, the fourth initialhangeso tohe sheriffs The American Legion Th Ameia Islad
& Juicy Love, on May 18 from 321-1116 to join. Its free to Thursday of the month at 7 office and hbi he plans to Riders, Chapter 54, wil host Genealogical Society will
4-7 p.m. at Bumey Park at his- register. p.m. The meetings are free of provide improvedservices to their monthly Steak Nigh at meet at 7Zpm. May 21 atthe
toric American Beach. charge Contact Lisa Mohn at the citizens of Nassau County. American Legion Post 54,626 Femandina Beach Police
Refreshments wfil be avalable OI& mSdp 277-1886 for infonation or Tickets are $17 atthe door S. Third St.from 5-7 p.m. (or Department Co it
from the community's own Ms. Acontinuing Computer emailNassauNAMIForida All men, whether new or long- until gone) on May 18 The Room, 1525 Lime St Kay
S@gmal.com time Nassau County resi- public is welcome and be sure Ellen Gilmur, M.D., wil pres-
dents, are welcome to attend to bring your appetite. Dinner ent "Search, Save & Share in
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Go 'Wild'this weekend


at nature festival, expo
For the Nes- Leader
From a heartwarming sea hirty nature organizations, craftspeople
turtle release to foot-stomping ide
music and a bevy of nature and green businesses will be inside the
activities and nature exhibits, auditorium, and children's activities will
the seventh annual Wild Amelia
Nature Festival will offer lots be ongoing on the grounds outside.
of entertainment for this com-
Bruce Shugart, ing weekend, May 17-19. -
wildlife woodcarv- The festival, an allvolunteer the huge Nature Expo Saturday Amelia, and make some bids
er of St. nonprofit organization, will from 10 am. until 4 p.m. at the on adction items.
Augustine, will be begin with a sea turtle release Atlantic Avenue Recreation All three days of the festi-
one of the many on Friday at 10:30 am. at Main Center in Fernandina Thirty val there will also be ecotours
exinbitors at the Beach in Fernandina courtesy nature organizations, crafts- and nature photography clas-
seventh annual of the medical miracles per- people, and green businesses es; for more detailed informa-
Wild Amelia formed at the Georgia Sea will be inside the auditorium, tion about these, go to
Nature Festival Turtle Center on Jekyll Island, and children's activities will be www.wildamelia.com. There
Nature Expo on GTwo juvenile green turtles ongoing- alongwitlh music by may still be time to sign up!
Saturday from 10 willbe sent back to the ocean, folk artist Al Poindexter on WikdAmelia exists to cele-
a.m.4 p.m. at the including May, who has made the grounds outside The chil- brate the beauty of the wildlife
Atlantic ere t an amazing recoveryfrom mul- dren's Passport and Junior and wild spaces of Amelia
Recreation Center tiple fractures to her upper and Naturalist Piograms will also Island, and through education-
in Fernandina lower shell. be available for Children to tack- al programs, foster a conser-
Beach. The event The event is free and open le at the festival or take home. vation ethic. So, take a walk on
is free and open to the public come early to get Also inside the auditorium will the wild side this weekend,
to the public agoodplaceontherope-lineto bee spectacuar silentauction come to the seventh anhual
PeHoro B RUE watch and wish the turtles a with something for everyone. Wild Amelia Nature Festival.
ANDGAILSHUcAR safe journey home. So come in, learn a lot about Please also visit Wild Amelia
ioRFTEN EWSLEAD, Also open to the public is the wildlife and wild places of on Facebook.


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS PLANTSALE
* a cute little tropical hut with
May 18wilsee the Fer- fresh, free trad and locall
Due to popular demand, nandina Beach Market Place roasted coffee, and smoothies Join a Park Ranger for a
Mia Camacho-Fitzaerald of farmers' market returning to made to order on the spot by leisurely paced hike to discov-
Clean Ridge Soap Company normal after the Shrimp owners Lucy and Tom. er the island's natural commu-
will now be at the Amelia Fes va and those April show- Also new to the downtown nities on May 18 at 2 p.m.at
Farmers Market two ers! farmers' market is Griffis the Ribault Club on Fort
Saturdays a month. She will Nestled on North Seventh Farms,a family owned and. George Island Cultural State
be at the market May 18 and Street every Saturday morn- operated blueberry farm Park. Participants are encour-
25 and thelirst and third ing is a warm and friendly found in Southeast Georgia aged to bringlug spray and
Saturdays thereafter. Her sig open-air market where fresh You will find they grow awide bottled water. No reservations
nature Clean Ridge ba soaps baked breads, tasty jellies and variety of berries to bring you are necessary and the pro-
are made with the finest jams, organic produce, plump, juicy berries all sum- gram is free. For information
essential oils, honey and delightful sweets and hand- mer long. Working with contact theTalbot Islands
plants harvested at local crafted soaps and candles Griffis Farms is Dr. Krewer, a Ranger Station at 251-2320.
frms, olive, jojoba, palm and 'tempt you at every booth blueberry expert known.
coconut oils and beeswax, lined up along the street from around the world for his Pl kdlc
with rosemary oil etract as 9 a.m.- p.m. expertise. Dr s farm, On May 20, County
her preservative The The vendor are excited Harrietts Bluff Organic Extension Director/Horticui
Moisture Soap, blended with that spring has finally sprung, Blueberry Farm, located in ture Extension Agent Becky
11 oils and butters, is very but this means the market's Woodbine; Ga., has received Jordi will conduct a Plant
popular. Ingredients are seasonable fruits and egeta- the First Coast Slow Food Clinic from 10 am. until 2 mOP OBYcr TRworaEn SLE7
among the finest available bles are changing along with "Seal of Approval" celebrating p.m. at the Yulee Extension. Tie andscape Matters class on perennials is popular
including oils of rice bran, the weather As strawberry local foods and the people Ofice (A1A and Pages Dairy among homeowners. Jan Deao, right, and Master
macadamia nut, grapeseed, season is putto rest, the blue- who grow, harvest and pro- Road). All county residents Gardener Shirley ohrman pose with a Butterfly Bush
shea, sweet almond, jjojoa, berries are bejng harvested as Aluce them. are invited to bring plant sam- plant, which Ihman described as a heat-loving,
rosemary extract and avoca- ,fast as you can eat them. This The market is open each ples showing problems in drought-tolerant butterfly nectar plant. The Butterfly
do, plus the butters of shea, will also be the final marJet of and eery Saturday, rain or their landscapes. Prblems Bush is perfect fr sunny Nassan County home land-
avocado and almond. Miaalso the season for Steep fill shine, from 9 a.m. until 1p.m. will be identified and solutions scapes. Master Grdenr will offr many plants that
has an avocdo and cucumber Design and theirfine Vermont on North Seventh Streeton offered for correction. There they have propaged at their plant sale Saturday fom
liquid soap that is great for syrups Amelia Island. Well-behaved is nofee for this service. For 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the James SGovernmental
drysit.wirnoalcohoL.:- :-Come downand welcome petsare elce Visit information cal (904)879- Cnople inall te offceat )4
SimpleShamoois available new friends as the Market FernaninaBeachMarketPlac 1019- Master Gardners are 879-1019. dy F atid~ a
alcWhol4ee and containing Place is eager to show off e.om, find them on Facebook on phone duty Fridays, at 491- 491-7340.
only six ingredients including Amelia Island Juice and Java, or call 557-229. 340.
avocado oil and liquid silk.
Simple Shampoo is ightly
scented with lemon verbena
so it doesmt interfere with any m
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LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE Court. I, William Leeper as Veterans Way, Yulee, FL 32097. (697.30 FEET TO THE POINT OF 50 degrees 01 minute East a decedent and persons hav-- SAID INTERSECTION TO THE Defendant's Melissa Distassio,
.FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Sheriff of Nassau County, at 11:30 am or as soon there- BEGINNING. distance of 45.25feettowhere ingddms or demands aginst POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE a/k/a Melissa M. Disassio, a/k/a
IN ANDFOR Florida, have levied upon all after asthe sale mayproceed, RESERVING THE NORTHERLY the Easterly right of way line the decedent's estate must CONTINUE THE SAME. THREE Melissa Desario's right,title, and
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA the right, title and interest of on the 31st day of May, 2013, THIRTY (30) FEET THEREOF FOR of said road is intersected by file their caims with this court HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE AND interest in the aforesaid per-
Case No.: 2007-CA-0259 the Defendant, Amelia Island the following described real ROAD PURPOSES, the Nbrthwesterly right of way WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE FORTY/HUNDREDTHS (381.40) sonal property, at public auc-
DIVISION: CV-A Ventures and VRE Englewood, property as set forth in said EXCEPTING THERE FROM line of Douglas Road (a 60.0 DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBUCATION FEET ALONG THE EAST RIGHT tion and will sell the same, sub-
RHINO SALES & MARKETING, LLC, in and to the followirg Final Judgment to wit THAT PART CONVEYED TO NAS- foot right-of-way). OF THIS NOTICE. 'OF WAY LINE OF A COUNTY ject to taxes, all prior liens,
INC., d/b/a "BLUE SKY", described red property, to-wit: Lot 6 of Tupelo Plantation SAU COUNTY. FLORIDA IN OFFI- Thence North50 degrees 04 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- ROAD; THENCE NORTH EIGHTY- encumbrances and judge-
Plaintiff, 1.VRE Englewood, LLC. in the according to the Plat thereof CIAL RECORDS BOOK 61. PAGE -minutes28 seconds East (North INTHETIMEPERIODSSET FORTH TWO (82) DEGREES, FOUR (04) ments. If any; to the highest
vs. following described Real as recorded in Plat Book 7 on 1259OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS- 50 degrees 1 minute East IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE MINUTES, FIFTY-SIX (56) SEC- and best bidder for CASH IN
AMEUA ISLAND VENTURES, Property situated in Nassau Pages 206 through 210 of the OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA. Deed) along said FLORIDA PROBATE CODEWILL ONDS EAST, TWO HUNDRED HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S
INC., County, Florida, generally Public Records of Nassau Any person claiming an Northwesterly right of way a BE FOREVER BARRED. AND FIFTY TWO AND FORTY- CHECK, plus Florida sales tca if
Defendant. 'referred to as the Island (the County Florida. interest in the surplus from the distance of 425.11 feet to NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME TWO HUNDREDTHS (252.42) appropriate. The moneys
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE "Island"), and Tract B of Any person or entity ddm- sale, if any, other than the where sdd rightof way is inter- PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, FEET; THENCE NORTH ZERO(00) received through the levy ort
NOTICE is bereby given that Lighthouse Pointe ("Tract B");- ing an interett in the surplus, if property owner as of the date sected by the Northerly line of ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) DEGREES, THREE (03) MINUTES sale will be paid as prescribed
pursuant to a Writof Execution 2.Amelia Island Ventures, Inc., any,resulting from the foredo- of the lis pendes must file a lands described in Official YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE EAST, THREE HUNDRED FORTY- by Fla.Stat.56.27 and inaccor-
issued in the Circuit Court of in the following described Real sure sale. other thanthe prop- claim within 60 days after the Records Book 781,.Pages 325 DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH THREE AND THIRTY-FIVE HUN- dance withthe American with
Nassau County, Florida, on the Property situated in Nassau erty owner as of the date of sale. 327 for the point of beginning. IS BARRED.- DREDTHS (343.35) FEET TO A Disabilities Act, persons need-
5th day of April, 2013, in the County, Florida; generally the Us Pendens, must file a' Dated this 25th day of April, From the point of beginning CLYDEW.DAVIS POINT ONTHE SOUTH RIGHT OF Ing a special accommoda-
cause wherein Rhino Sales & referred to as Tract A of claim on the spme with the 2013. thus described continue North The datef first publication of WAY LINEOFACOUNTY ROAD; tion to participate in this pro-
Marketing, Inc. d/b/a "Blue Ughthouse Pointe ("Tract A"). Clerk of Court within 60 days John A. Crawford 50 degrees 04 minutes28sec- this Notice is May 81h, 2013. THENCE NORTH. EIGHT-NINE ceeding shall contact the
Sky", Pldntiff, and Amela sland and more specifically after the foreclosure sde: As Clerk of the Court onds East (North 50 degrees 1 Attorney for Personal 989) DEGREES FOURTEEN (14) individual or agency sending
Ventures, Inc., Defendant, described as: "If you are a person with a dis- By: /s/ Tracy Poore minute Eps Deed) along the Representative MINUTES, FIFTY-EIGHT (58) SEC- notice not later than sevenr
being case number 2007-CA- The Island: ability who needs any accom- As Deputy Clerk Nortwesterly right of way line MARSHALL E. WOOD, PA ONDS WEST,'TWO HUNDRED days prior to the proceeding
0259, asassigned to Judgment A PORTION OF SECTION 41, modation in order to partici- If you are a person with a dis- of Douglas Road aforemen- Mashall E: Wood, Esquire AND'FIFTY(250.0) FEETALONG at the address given on
Creditor Virtual Realty TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH. RANGE 28 pate in this proceeding, you ability who needs any accom- tiohed, distance of 146.96 Florida Bar No. 170052 THESOUTH RIGHT OFWAY LINE notice.
Enterprises, LLC.,in said Court, EAST, NASSAU COUNTY FLORI- are entitled, at no cost to you, modation in order to pariici- feet, thence North 39 degrees, 303 Centre Street Suite 100 OF COUNTY ROAD TO THE Telephone 904-225-0331.
I, William Leeper as Sheriff of DA. SAID PORTION BEING AN tothe provision of certain assis- pate in this proceeding, you 59 minutes 43 seconds West Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 POINT OF BEGINNING. Bill LeeperAs Sheriff of:
'Nassau County, Florida, have UPLAND ISLAND LYING NORTH- tance. Please contact the' are entitled, at no costto you, (North 39 degrees, 59 feet, Telephone: (904) 277-4666 A/K/A. 45078 HODGES Nassau County, Florida
levied upon all the right, title EASTERLY OF LOT 20, LIGHT- ADA Coordinator at crtin- to the proviion of certadnassis- West Deed) a distance of Email: marshall@mewood-' ROAD, CALLAHAN, FL 32011- CC:
and interest of the Defendant, HOUSE POINTE PHASE ONE, AS trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564 tance. To request such an 297.13feettothe most Easterly pa.com. 5057 Jeffrey R. Becker, Esquire,
SAmelia Island Ventures and RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, at least 7 days before your accommodation, please con- corner of lands described in Personal Representative Any person claiming an Hiday & Ricke, PA:,
VRE Englewood, LLC, in and to PAGES 157-159 OF THE PUBUC scheduled court appearcice, tact Court Administration at Official Records Book 781, JAMIE H. GARNER interest In the surplus from the Attorney for Plaintiff
the'following described real RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU or immediately upon receiv- least 7 days before your Pages 325 327 aforesaid; 2621 Jamaica Point Road sale, if- any, other 'than the Melissa Distassio a/k/a
property, to-wit: COUNTY FLORIDA. ihg this notification if the time scheduled court appearance,, thence south 50 degrees 3 Trappe, MD 21673 property owner as of the date Melissa Wehr, Mellssa Marie
1. VRE Englewood; LLC. in Pursuant to Court Order,the before the scheduled appear- or immediately upon receiv- minutes 36 seconds West 4t 05-08-15-2013 of the LUsPendens must file a Wehr, Melissa M. Distasso
the following-described Reda full legal description of the ance is less than 7 days; if you ing this notification if thetime along the Northeasterly line of 1414 claim within sixty (60) ddys and Melissa Desario,. : '
Property situated in Nassau Island is not published herein,, are hearing or voice impaired, before the scheduled appear- sdd lands, a distance of 146.68 .--.--- after the sale. Defendant
County, Florida, generally but is available at the Nassau call 711" ance is less than 7 days; by feet thence South 39 degrees 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE WITNESS MY HAND and the Kenddl Ward Wehr
referred to as the Island (the County Clerkof Court. To view Dated this 24th day of April, using one of the following 56 minutes 18 seconds East FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT seal of this Court on April 29th, Dodge Enterprises, Inc.
'island"), and Tract B of the full legal description, 2013. methods: ihone- (904) 630- along the Northerly line of INAND FORNASSAU 2013. 4t 05-08-15-22-29-2013
Lighthouse Pointe ("Tract B"); please see "Legal Description JOHN A. CRAWFORD 2564; Fax (904) 630-1.146; lands described in Official COUNTY, FLORIDA John A. Crawford' 1422 .
2. Amelia Island Ventures, of the Island", filed on April 18; Clerk of the Circuit Court TTD/TTY .- (800) 955-8770 Records Book 781, Pages 325 CIVIL ACTION Clerk of the Circuit Court ----
Inc.,in the following described 2013 in the case captioned By: /s/Sue Powell (Florida Relay Service). E-Mail 327 aforesaid, a distance of. CASE NO.: By: /s/Tracy Poorer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Rbal Property. situated in "Kaleidosdope Design, Inc., As DeputyClerk ,- crtintrp@coj.net 297.08 feet to the Point of 45-2012-CA-b00556 Deputy Clerk '.' FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT:bF
Nassau County, Florida, gen- Plaintiff, and Amella Island 2t 05-08-15-2013 2t 05-08-15-2013 Beginning. DIVISION: A "See Americans with .THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
erally referred to asTracf Aof Ventures, Inc. and Strickland 1409 1411 . TOGETHER WITHa 999PEAS JPMORGAN CHASE BANK DisabilitiesAdt : '.', IN AND,FOR NASSAU 1
Lighthouse Pointe ("Tract A"). Holloway, Jr., Defendants; ---------- ----------doubleide mobile home N.A., If you cre.a person with a dis:- COUNTY
and more specifically being case number 2006CA- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (PSHGA21648A and Plaintiff, ability whoeedsany accom- CIVIL DIVISION
described as: 0068. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.OF FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT PSHGA21648B) vs. modation In ordr to partici- CASE NO:
SThe Island: and -FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN AND FOR NASSAU 'Property located in Suwamee M. HARRIET TAYLOR, et al, pate In this proceeding, you 2009-CA-229
A PORTION OF SECTION 41, Tract A: NASSAU COUNTY COUNTY, FLORIDA County, Flrida: Defendant(s). are entitledi at nocost to you, BAC HOME LOANS.
-TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28 A TRACT OF LAND, BEING A GENERAL JURIDICTION CASE NO. 2011-CA-689 Lots 2 and 3, Block 3, BRAN- NOTICE OF "to the provision of certdn assis- SERVICING, LR.,
EAST, NASSAU COUNIY, FLORI- PORTION OF' SECTION 38, DIVISIONi AMERIS BANK, DON ESTATES, accordig to the .FORECLOSURE SALE tance please contact the cir- Plaintiff,
:DA. SAID PORTION BEING AN' TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 27 CASE NO. 12CA000512AXYX Plaintiff, plat thereof recorded In Plat NOTICE IS.HEREPY GIVEN cult court at (904) 321-5709. vs.
UPLAND ISLAND LYING NORTH- EAST, NASSAU COUNTY FLORI- JPMORGAN CHASE BANK' v. Book 1, Page 126, of the Public pursuant to a Find Judgment 2t05-08-15-2013 CHRISTOPHER LSHEPPERD; THE
EASTERLY OF LOT 20, LIGHT- DA, BEING.MORE PARTICULAR- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, DESALVO PROPERTIES, LLC, a Records of Suwannee County, of Mortgage Foreclosure. 1417 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OR
SHOUSE POINTE PHASE ONEAS LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Plaintiff, Florida limited liability cdnpa- Florida. dated April 29, 2013 and .---..- CHRISTOPHER L SHEPPERD; IF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, BOUNDEDONTHEWESTBY vs. ny; JODY PETERS; ANTHONY 'TOGETHERwith-a 1991 FLEET- entered In Case No. 45-2012- IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE LIVING, INCLUDING. ANY
PAGES 157-159 OF THE PUBLIC LOTS 54 THRU 58, INCLUSIVE, MEUSSA A. PACHECO, etal.,: ROWLAND; the UNKNOWN WOOD doublewide mobile CA-000556of the Circuit Court. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU' HAVEN ESTATES, .AN Defendants. SPOUSE OF ANTHONY ROW- home. (GAFLM34A14113SH of the FOURTI Judicial Circuit IN AND FOR NASSAU DEFENDANT(S); IFREMARRIED,
COUNTY FLORIDA. UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION; NOTICE OF LAND; FIRST COMMUNITY BANK and GAFLM34B14113SH) in and for NASSAU County, COUNTY, FLORIDA- AND IF DECEASED, THE RESPEC4
Pursuantto CourtOrder,the BOUNDED ON'THE EAST BY FORECLOSURE SALE OF TIFTON; JAMES D.,HEFFER- Property located in Suwannee Florida wherein, JPMORGAN CIVILACTION TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
full legal description of the LANDS OWNED BY AMELIA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NAN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF County, Florida: CHASE BANK, N.A., is the CASENO.:. DEVISEES, ; GRANTEES,
Island is not published herein; ISLAND 'VENTURES,' INC.; pursuant to a Summary Final JAMES D. HEFFERNAN; DAR- Lots3 and 4 Block 3, BRAN- Plaintiff and M. HARRIET TAY- 45-2012-CA-000399 ASSIGNEES,. ,CREDITORS,
"butls available at the Nassau 'BOUNDED ON.THE NORTH BY Judgment of Foreclosure filed LENE SUTTON F/K/A DARLEEN DON ESTATES, according to the LOR; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE .IVISION:A LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
.County Clerkof Court To view HAVEN ROAD: AND BOUNDED April 25,2013, entered in Civil L HEFFERNAN; UNKNOWN plat thereof recorded in Plat OF M.HARRIETTAYLOR STEVEN BANK OF AMERICA N.A., AS ALL QTHER PERSONS:CLAIM-
cthe full legal description, ONTHESOUTHBY LENTSROAD: CaseNo. 12CA000512AXYXof SPOUSE OF DARLENE L HEF- Book1, Page 126, ofthe Public LTAYLOR,ASTRUSTEEOFTHEM. SUCCESSOR-BY.MERGERTO ING BY-THROUGH, UNDEROR
.please see"Legd Description CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY the Circuit' Court of the 'FERNAN; REGIONS BANK an Records of Suwannee County, HARRIET TAYLOR LIVING TRUST, BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC- AGAINST THE NAMED. DEFEN,
'ofthelsland",filed onAprlI 18, 0.5 ACRE, MORE .OR LESS; FOURTH Judicial Circuitin and Alabama banking corpora- Florida. DATED OCTOBER 4, 2000: B. ING, LP FKAOOUNTRYWIDE DANT(S); UNKNOWN TENANT
2013 In the case captioned BING FURTHER DEFINED AS for Nassa County, Yulee, tion, as Successor by merger Together with the following CAROL JONES,AS TRUSTEEOF HOME LOANSSERVICINGL #1; UNKNOWNTENANT#Z.',
S"Rhino Sales & Marketing, Inc. PARCEL #38,3N-27-4690-00OA- Florida, the Clerk of the Court with AMSOUTH BANKC ROBERT mobile homes: THE M. HARRIET TAYLOR LVING .Plaintiff,D ; Defendant(s)
,,d/b/a'Blue Sky', Plaintiff, and 0000, PER THE NASSAU COUN- .- will sell to the highest and best T.HORNTON; ANNETTE THORN- 1995: Double Wide Mobile TRUST, DATED OCTOBER 42000; vs. '. NOTICE OF SALE.
-Amelia Island Ventures, ,Inc, TY PROPERTY APPRAISER'S MAP biddei for cash at Nassau TON; ROBERT, SEIFERT; PARRA Home, Make KING, ID THE BENEFICIARY OF THE M. ANDREW IELMERS. et al; Notice is herebygiven that
.Defendant", being caserum-' OWNED BY MICHAELVERNON Judicial Annex. 76347 Veterans PIET: HEATHER LANDACRE; EUZ- N86671A&B and 1999 Double. HARRIETTAYLOR IVINGTRUST,' Defendant(). ,; pursLuantto a Find Summary
\ber 2007-CA-0259., PLATT, AS TRACT "A" OF OFFI- WayYulee, FL 32097 In accor- ABETH KIRBY; HELENSMITH AND WideMobile Hohie, Make -' DATED OCTOBER 4,2000: ANY NOTICE OF. Judgment of Foreclosure.
.and CIAL RECORDS 311, PAGE 91, dancewithChapter 45,Florida VICTORIA JACKSON, JAGUA,' ID AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES FORECLOSURESALE entered .n the above-styled
TractA: PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU Statutes on the 28th day of Defendants.. GMHGA4429924876A&B. CLAIMING BY, THROUGH. NOTICE S,.HEREBY GIVEN cause, In the Circuit Court of
A, ATRACTOF LAND, BEING A COUNTY. May,2013at11:30A.M.onthe NOTICE OF .Any person claiming'an UNDER, AND AGAINST, THE pursuant to a Fial Judgmenlt 'Nassau County, Florida, I wilt
PORTION- OF SECTION 38, and. following described property FORECLOSURE SALE interest In the surplusfrom the HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL of Mortgage Foreclosure sell the property.situated in
'TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE27 Tract B: as set forth in said Summary NOTICE:IS HEREBY GIVEN sale, If any; other than the DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT dated April 29, 2013 and Nassaul County, Florida,'
EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- RE: 413N281 250000B-0000 final Judgment to-wit: pursuant to the Final Summary property owner as of the date KNOWNTO BE DEAD ORALIVE, entered in-Case No. 45-2012- described as:, .
DA, BEING MORE PARTICULAR- PARCEL B, LIGHTHOUSE Lot 7,COUNTRYSIDE ACRES, Judgment. of foreclosure of the Us Pendens must file b WHETHER SAID UNKIOWN CA-000399of theCircuitCourt A PORTION OF LOT16,SECi
LDESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: POINTE PASE OE according to the Plat thereof dated April 26,'2013 and claimwithin sixty.(60) days PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN TER- of the FOURTH Judlciql Circuit TION 25,'TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH
BOUNDED ON THE WEST BY ACCORDING TO THE -PLAT recorded in Plat Book 5, Page entered In Cise No. 2011-CA- after the sale. EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, in dnd for NASSAU County, 'RANGE 23 EAST,, CORNWALL.
LOTS 54 THRU 58,. INCLUSIVE, THEREOF RECORDED INPLAT 287:'Publi Records of Nassau 689 of the Circuit Coirt of the WITNESS.MY HAND and the DEVISEES,- GRANTEES, OR Florida wherein. BANK OF FARMS, ACtORDING,TO THE
:HAVEN ESTATES, AN BOOK 6, PAGES 157, 158.AND County Florida. Fourth Judicial Circuit In and' seal of thlsCourt onApril 26th, OTHER: CLAIMANTS; WELLS AMERICA N.A; ASSUCCESSOR PLAT THEREOFAS RECORDEDI
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION; 159, AS CORRECTED BY THAT Any person claiming an for Nassau County, Florida, 2013. 'FARGO BANK' NNATIONAL By MERGER TO BAC HOME IN PLAT BOOK0, PAGE.31, OF
SBOUNDED ON THE EAST BY CERTAIN AFFIDAVIT, OF interest in the surplus from the wherein AMERIS BANK is the JOHNA. CRAWFORD ASSOCIATION SUCCESSOR BY LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA THE PUBLIC RECORDSOF I LANDS OWNED BY AMELIA SCRIVENER'S ERROR RECORD- sale,. if any, other than the Plaintiff and DESALVQ'PROP- NASSAU COUNTY MERGER TO SOUTHTRUST BANK COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA AND.
ISLAND VENTURES, INC.; ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS property owner as of the date ERTIES, .LC, a Florida limited la- CLERK OF COURT are the, DefendantsiThe Clerk' SERVICING LF~s the Plaintiff and., BEING MORE PARTICULARLY,
BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY BOOK 1292, PAGE 1705. BOTH of the Ls Pendens, must file a billty company: JODY PETERS: By: /s/Tracy Poore oftheCourtwillselltothe high- ANDREW KELMERS; BARBARA DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:
HAVEN ROAD; AND BOUNDED OF THE .CURRENT PUBLC claim within 60 days afterthe ANTHONY ROWLAND; FIRST Deputy Clerk .est and best bidder for cashat W.KELMERS MORTGAGE ELEC- BEGIN AT THE'SOUTHWEST
ON THE SOUTH BY LENTS ROAD; RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- sale. COMMUNITYBANK OF TIFTON; 2t 05-08-15-2013 NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- CORNER OF SAID SECTION 2,,
CONTAININd APPROXIMATELY TY FLORIDA. Dated this 25th day of April, JAMES D. HEFFERNAN; DAR- .1412 76347,VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, TEMS 'INCORPORATED AS SAID POINT ALSO BEING THEr
0.5 ACRE, MORE OR LESS; I shall offer this property for 2013. . LENE SUTTON F/K/A DARLEEN' ---- --- FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the NOMINEE FOR' qITIMORT- .SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT,
BEING FURTHER DEFINED AS saleatNassauCounty Sheriff's CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT LHEFFERNAN; REGIONS BANK INTHE CIRCUITCOURTFOR 4th day of June, 2013,the'fol- GAGE, INC; AMELIA WOODS 16; THENCE NORTH .00
PARCEL #38-3N-27-4690-000A- Office, Building 102,located at As Clerk of the Court an Alabama banking corpo- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA lowing described property as BEACH AND RACQUET CLUB DEGREES 15 MINUTES 01 SEC,
,0000, PER THE NASSAU COUN- 76001 .Bobby Moore Circle, BY/s/Tracy Poore ration as Successor by merger PROBATE DIVISION set forth in said -Final CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-. OND EAST,-ALONG THE WEST,
.TY PROPERTYAPPRAISER'S MAP 'Yulee, Nassau County, Florida Deputy Clerk -with AMSOUTH BANK: ROBERT FILE NO.: 2013-96-CP Judgment TION, INC.; are the UNE OF SAID SECTION 25,10.51:
,OWNED BY MICHAELVERNON 32097, or) June. 11, 2013 at 2t 05-08-15-2013 -THORNTON; ANNETTE THORN- DIVISION: PRQBATE THE EASTERLY EIGHTY-NINE Defendants,. The Clerk of the FEETTOTHE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
PArLATTrS TRACT A"O-OFOF- iO:0Q A.'M::or~ aSoaI,(there- ,1 ,'lin 1 Vl,'i. -H TPN;.RpBERT SEIFERT; PARRA INRE:THE ESTATE OF FREDERICK ANDT EflriD(IASTERLi- Court (4lAlTtglth*alil@,l OF.,-W ( rtPFXrij~EW
,CLALJECORDS.3HPAGE 91, 'a.fapos aile, .willftferfr ,-, .i,-4- r ET; HEATHERLANDACRE; EUZ- LOUIS HUNZIKER, A 1/3) FEET OF4A';NUMB6ERF pnt4pde err.cps at RO-, ,(Aa0Q_.ItG.lj .
..PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU sale all of the said Defendant IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ABETHKIRBY; HELENSMITH AND Deceased. SEVEN (7), BLOCK K OF. NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, OEWAY)SAID.POINY BEINGO"
COUNTY Amelia Island Ventures, Inc.'s FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT VICTORIA JACKSON ERS are NOTICE TO CREDITORS ATLANTIC ,. HIGHLANDS, 76347 VETERAN'S WAY.YULEE, A CURVE CONCAVE T THO
and and VRE Englewood, L.LC.'s IN AND FOR NASSAU the Defendants, I will sell to the .The administration of the ACCORDING TO PLAT THERE-, FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the NORTHWEST AND HAVING A
Tract B: righttitle, and interest in the COUNTY, FLORIDA highest and best bidder for estate of FREDERICK LOUIS OF RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 4th day df June, 2013, the fol- t RADIUSOF980.00 FEET; THENCE
:RE: 413N28-1250000B-0000 aforesaid red property, at pub- GENERAL JURISDICTION cash on the Front Entrance of HUNZIKER, 'deceased, File, 39 AT PAGE 296 F THE PLBUC lowing described property as ALONG AND AROUND SAID
PARCEL B, LIGHTHOUSE, li auction and will sell the DIVISION the. Nassau County Judicial Number 2013-96-CP. and RECORDS OF NASSAUCOUN- set .forth In said Final CURVE TO THE LEFT OF THE
'POINTE. 'PHASE ONE samesubjet'to taxes, dl prior' CASE NO: 13-CA-000028 Annex, 76347. Veterans Way, whose socil security number TY FLORIDA. '' Judgment SOUTHERLY RIGIHIT-OF-WAY INE
'ACCORDING TO THE PLAT'. leensencumbrancesand'jidg-. WELLSFARGO BANK. NA. AS ulee, Florida 32097 at 11:0 is XXX-)XX-7376, s pendingln A/K/A 1627 HIGHLAND APARTMENT 102, BUILDING OF ANDREWS ROAD.AN ARC
.THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT ments. f .any, to the highest TRUSTEE FOR ASSET BACKED. a.m. on.the 10 day of June, the Circuit Court for Nassau .STREET, FERNANDINA BEACH, 8 OF AMELIA WOODS BEACH DISTANCE OF405.16FEETTOA
'BOOK 6, PAGES 157.158,AND and best bidder for CASH IN SECURITIES CORPORATION 2013, the following described County, Florida, Probate FL32034 ,' AND RACQUET CLYB,PHASE ;I POINT' OF TANGENT SAID
'159, AS CORRECTED BY THAT HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST properties as set forth in said Division, the addressof which .Any person clarming 'n A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORD- CURVE BEING SUBTENDED BY
CERTAIN AFFIDAVIT OF CHECKplus Floridasalestaxif 2003-HE6,ASSETBACKED PASS- Final Judgment: 'is 416 Centre Street, Fernan- nterest in the surplus frorpithe ING TO THE DECLARATION ACHORDBEARINGANDADIS-
SCRIVENER'S ERROR RECORD- appropriate; The moneys .THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES -Property located in Nassau dina Beach, -FL 32034. The sale, if any, other thante THEREOF RECORDED IN OFFI- TANCE OF NORTH 72 DEGREES
ED'IN OFFICIAL' RECORDS .received through the levy on 2003-HE6, County Florida:, names and addresses of the ;propeltyowneras oftlheate CIAL RECORDS BOOK 240, 33 MINUTES 58 SECONDS EAST,
BOOK 1292, PAGE 1705, BOTH sale'will bepaid as prescribed Plaintiff, A portion of Section 35, personal representative and of the Us Pendens rmust ile a PAGE -639 OF THE PUBLIC 402.28 FEET; THENCE NORTH 6
OF T'HE CURRENT PUBUC by Fla.Stat.56.27 crid in accor- vs. Township'2 North, Range 28 the personal representative's claim within sixty (60) days .' RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- DEGREES 43 MINUTES 20 SEC-
SRECORDS'OF NASSAU COUN- dance withthe.American with CHARLES EDOVARD BERNARD East, Nassau Coty, Florida. attorney are set forth'below. fter the sale. TY, FLORIDA, AS AMENDED BY ONDS EAST, CONTINUIN
TY FLORIDA. Disabilities Abt,personsneed- ',AND 'SONIA EVANGALINE- Said portion being more par- ", "All creditors of the dece- WITNESS MY HAND arndlhe INSTRUMENT.FILED IN OFFICIAL ALONG SAID SOUTHERL,
I shall offer this property for ihg a specialaccomrmoda- BERARD,et. al,., ticularly described as follows: dentcaind oherpersohshalhg' seal of this Court onApril 29t RECORDS BOOK 256,'PAGE 41, RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 1A8.4
sdeat Nassau Junty Sheriff's t.ionrto participate in ttis pro- Defendant(s). For a Point of Reference claims or demands'against ;2013. 'AND SUBSEQUENTLY AMEND- FEET; THENCE SOUTH 29
Office, Building 2 located at ceeding shall contact the' : 'NOTICEOF :commence at the Northwest decedent's estate on d ohn A.Crawford ,' ED BY INSTRUMENT IN OFFICIAL DEGREES 16 MINUTES 40 SEC
76001 Bobby Moore Circle,.. Inddividual or agency sending i FORECLOSURE SALE corner of'Section 35 afdre- :copy of thisnrotice is required Clerk-of the Circuit Court RECORDS :BOOK 257, PAGE ONDS EAST, 229.31 FEETTOTH
Yulee, Nassau County Fdrida nnotice nof later than seven N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mnentioned and run.South.01 to be served'must file their. By: s/ Trqcy Poore '143; OF THE PUBUQ RECORDS SOUTH LINE'OF SECTION 25
32097, on June 11, 2013 at days prior to the proceeding pursuantto a'Final Judgment' degree 14 minutes East alon claims with this court WITHINs Deputy Clerk : OF NASSAU COUNTY.FLORIDA. AND LOT 16; THENESOUTH89,
S10:00 AM., or as soorothere- at the dddress given on of Foreclosure dated April the Westerly line of saidl: "-E;IATEROF,3MONTHSAiFTER' **SeeAmericanswlthd TOGETHERWITH AN UNDI- DEGEES4ES MINUT SEC-
after as possible..I willlffer for nbotice. Telephone (904) 225- 25th,2013 and enrtered In 13- Section a distance of 1478.01 )- THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-:I Disabllities Act VIDED INEREST IN THE COM- ONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
sale all of the said Defendant 0331..-' CA-000028of the CircuitCourt feet to.a point; run thence .CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 3Q If you are a person ,tith a dis- MON ELEMENTSAPPURTENANT SOUTHERLY LINE'.OF SECTIOI
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc.'s NASSAU COUNTY of .th Foqrtlh Judiclal'c ircuit South 74 degrees 02 minutes"t DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SER-' ablitywhoneedscanyaccor THERETOASSET.FORTH IN SAID 25 AND LOY 16,625.47 FEET TO
and VRE Englewood, LLCQ's SHERIFF'S OFFICE ,in-an'd foi.Nasdu, CoUnty, .40 secondsEast ddistanceof VICE OF A COPY OF THIS 'modation n order to parci- DECLARATION,' THE POINT OF BEGINNING.,
right title, and Interest in the BILL LEEPER '. orida, whereinWELLS FARGO: 3022.90 feet to an Iron pipe NOTICE'ON THEM. pate In this proceedrig,;you A/K/A 2700 MIZELL AVENUE A/K/A
aforesaid red property at pub- SHERIFF, BANK, N.A AS TRUSTEE FOR located where the All other creditors bf the areentified,atnocasttoyou, UNIT.802 FERNANDINA BEACH. "1713.61 A4DREWS ROAd.
lic auction, and will sell the cc: John C.Taylor,Jr, Esq., attor- ASSET' BACKED SECURITIES Northwesterly line of Section decedent and 'persoris'hav- totheprovision ofcertainassis- FL32034. HILLIARDFL 32046'
same, sulject to taxes, all prior,, ney for Judgment Creditor CORPORATION HOME EQUITY 45, Township and Range afore- ing claims or demands agdnst tance please cohtact the cir- Any pers6n claiming gn ,at public sale, to te. high'
liens, encumbrances and judg- Virtual Realty EnterprisesLLC,. LOAN TRUST' 2003-HE6,-ASSET mentioned is Inteisected'by the decedent's estate must cult court at (904) 321-5709.' interest 'the surplus from the est and best bidder for'cash At
ments, If any, to the highest. ee Haramls, Esq., attorney for BACKED PASS-THROUGH CER- the Westerly, right of way line of file their claims with this couit 2t 05-08-15-2013 sdle, Ifany, other than the the' west door of the'Nassdu
and best bidder for CASH IN Amelia. Island Ventures, Inc. TIFICATES, SERIES' 2003-HE6, Is a40.0 foot road; run thence WITHIN.3 MONTHS AFTER THE 1416 .. property owner asof the'date County Judicial Annex;'76347
HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S and Strickland Holloway the Plaintiff' and CHARLES North 12 degrees 09 minutes DATE OFTHE FIRSTRUBUCATION ----.....-- ofthe Us Pendens must file a Veterans Wayulee. .L 32097"
CHECK plusflorida sales tax If News reader EDOVARD BERNARD ; SONIA 40 seconds West along said OF THIS NOTICE.. '' IN THE CIRCUIT COUT OF THE claim withli sixty (60) days CountyFlorida, at 11:30 a.m.
rappropriate. The moneys Robert:Rivas, Es l., EVANGALINE ,.BERNARD; fight of way a distance of -. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITH-. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT afterthe'saler on theJSh day of August'.
received through the levy orn attorney for G&G, LLC UNKNOWN' TENANT #1; '67.84 feet; run thende North IN THE TIME PERIODSSET FORTH IN AND FOR NASSAU WITNESS MY HAND and'the 2013. -
sdae will be paid as prescribed George Gable, Esq., JUNKNOWN TENANT #2;. 60 degrees 01 minute East a IN SECTION 733.7p2 OF THE I COUNTY, FLORIDA sealof thisCourton April 29th, Any person ddlmiig an
by,.Fla.Stat.56.27 and inaccor- attorney for G&G, LLC UNKNOWN TENANT(S) are the distance of 45.25 feet to an FLORIDA PROBATECODE WILL. CIVIL ACTION 2013., interest in the surplus from the :
dancewiththeAmericanwith Todd E Kobrin, Esq., .' Defendant(s). John Crawford iron pipesetwhere the Easterly BE FOREVER BARRED. CASENO.: John A. Crawford sale, if any, other thai th'
Disabilities Act, persons need-- attorney for Mack Investment as 'the Clerk of the Circult 'right of way line of said road is NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME 45-2012-CA-000771 Clerk of the'Circuit Court property owner as of the datol
ifng a special accommoda- Group,LLC, Michael S. Freede, Court will sell tp the highest Intersected by the PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, DIV.ISIONiA By: /s/Tracy Poore 'of the lis.pendens rust file d
tion to participate In this pro- and Leonard Plontak and best bidder for cash Front Northwesterly right of way line 'ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) WELLS FARGOBANK, N.A; Deputy Clerk, claim within 60 days after the
ceeding shall contact the Jason W. Hill, Esq., Entrance, Nassau Judlclpl of a 60,0 foot road for the Point YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE Plaintiff, "* See Americans with sale; m d. s
individual or agency sending attorney for Mack'lnv.estment Annex 76347 Veterans Way, of Beginnlng. DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH vs. Disabilities Act Witness, my hand and seat
rnotice notlater than seven Group;LLC, Michael S.Freede,' Yulee,. FL at 11:30AM on the From the Point of Beginning' ISBARRED. TAMMY MICHELEGEEA/K/A If you are a person with a dis- ofthiscourtonther2Ndayof
- days prior to the proceeding and Leonard Plontak June 10th, 2013, the following thus described continue North ''d CLYDE W. DAVIS TAMMY M. GEE etdl,' ability.who needs any accom- May, 2013. "
at the address given on 4t05-01-08-15-22-2013' 'describedproperty assetforth 50 degrees 01 minute East Thedateoffirstpubliccition of Defendant(s). modation In order to partici- John A.Crawford
notice. Telephone (904) 225- 1392 In said Final Judgment, to wit: along sdd Northwesterly right .' this Notice Is May 8th, 2013 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE pate In this proceedlrig, you CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
0331. "..------.. EXHIBIT'A" '' of way a distance of 572.11 Attorney for Personal SALE areentitled, atno cost to you, By:'/s/Sue Powell -
NASSAU COUNITY NOTICE OF PUBULIC SALE ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, feet to an Iron pipe; run .Representative NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the provision of certdin assis- Deputy Clerk ..
SHERIFF'S.OFFICE Notice is hereby given that PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND thence North 39 degrees 59 MARSHALL E. WOOD, PA. pursuant to a Find Judgment 'tance please contactthe cir- THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED BY;
BILLLEEPER on 6/4/13 .at 10:00A.M., or SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN minutes West a distance of Marshdl E.Wood, Esqulre of Mortgage Foreclosure cult court at (904) 321 -5709. Law offices of
SHERIFF thereafter, at CubeSmart THECOUNTY OF NASSAU AND 410.0 feet to an iron pipe; run Fiorida Bar No. 170052- ' dated April 29, 2013 and 2t05-08-15-2013 Daniel C.Consuegro
cc John C.Taylor, Jr., Esq.,attor- #0323,1678'S. 8th St., In the city THE STATE OF FLORIDA, BEING thence South 50 degrees01 303 Centre Street, Suite 100 entered in Case No. 45-2012- 1418 920 King Pdm Drive,
ney for Judgmeht Creditor of Fernandina.Beach, state of MORE PARTICULARLY minute West a distance of Fernandlna Beadh, FL32034 CA-000771.of thie Crcuit Court -".---. Tampa, FL33619-1328 -
Virtual Realty Enterprises, LLC. Florida. The undersigned, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 355.61 feet to an Iron pipe set Telephone: (904) 277-4666 of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit INTHE COUNTY COURT, IN THE, Attornmpys for Plaintiff,
Lee Haramis, Esq.,attorneyfor CubeSmart #0323 will sell at TRACT NINE' on the Easterly right of way Email: In and for NASSAU County, FOURTH.JUDICIALCIRCUIT, Americanswith DIsabilities Act
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc. PublicSde by competitive bid- A PORTION OF SECTION line of a 40.0 foot road. afore- marshall@mewoodpa.cpm Florida wherein, .WELLS'FARGO IN AND FOR DUVAL (ADA)
News Leader din0, the personal property THIRTY-FIVE (35), TOWNSHIP mentioned; run thence S9uth Personal Representative BANK, N.A Is the Plaintiff and COUNTY, FLORIDA. If you are a person with a
Robert Rivas, Esq.,. heretofore stored with the-' 'TWO (2) NORTH, RANGETWEN- 12 degrees 09 minutes 40sec- JAMIE H; GARNER TAMMY MICHELE GEE A/K/A CASE NO.:16-2007-SC-8545 disability who needs any
attorney for G&G, LLC undersignedby: TY-EIGHT (28) EAST, NASSAU onds East along said right of 2621 Jamaica Point Road TAMMY M.GEE WELLS FARGO DIVISION: F accommodation in order to
George Gable, Esq., Space # Al 1 COUNTY, FLORIDA AND BEING way a distarce of 464.60 feet. Trappe, Mb 21673 BANK, NATIONAL .ASSOCIA- CENTRAL OHIO CREDIT participate linthisproceeding;
Sattorney for G&G, LLC BElsieL Brooks MORE PARTICULARLY to the Point of Beginning. 4f 05-08-15-2013 TION, AS SUCCESSOR' BY' CORP. you dre entitled, at no cost to
Todd F Kobrin, Esq., attorney Space # J26-27. DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: EXCEPTING THEREFROM, 1413, MERGERTOWACHOVIABANK PlaInfiff, you,totheprovisionofcertain
for Mack Investment Group, Zayza Grant. COMMENCE ATTHE NORTH- that part thereof, described in ..--.---..- -- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, are vs. assistance. Ple.ase contact the
LLC, Mlchael S. Freede, and AKA: Zdysa Grant WEST CORNER OF SECTION Certificate of Title, recorded in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR the Defendants, The Clerk of MEUSSA DISTASSIO. A/K/A ADA Coordinator at crin-
Leonard Plontak ;. Space.#1221 THIRlY-FIVE (35); THENCE SOUTH Official Records Book,759, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA the"Conrt wilsell tothe highest MELISSA M. DISTASSIO, A/K/A trp@coJ.net or (904) 630-2564
Jason W. Hill, Esq., attorney for Junior'LJohnson ONE (01).DEGREE, FOURTEEN page' 840;. re-recorded in PROBATE DIVISION and best bidder for cash at MELISSA DESARIO, at least 7 days before your
Mack Investment Group, LLC, All'items in storage con- (14) MINUTES EAST,ALONG THE Official Records Book' 781, FILENO.:2013-95-CP NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, Defendant, scheduled court appearance;
'Michael S. Freede, and tain household items unless WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION' page 325. DIVISION: PROBATE 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE or immediately upon receiv-
Leonard Plontak otherwise mentioned. THIRTY-FIVE (35), ONE THOU- TOGETHER with a 1998 HICK IN RE: THE ESTATE OF EVELYN FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the NOTICE is hereby giventhat Ing this notification If the time
4t05-01-98-15-22-2013 2t05-08-15-2013 SAND FOUR HUNDRED SEVEN-' doublewide mobile home GRACEHUNZIKER, 4th day of June; 201*3, the fol- pursuantto a Wrltof Execution beforethescheduledappear-
- 1391 1407 TY-EIGHT AND ONE HUN- (GAFLW35A14234HH22 and Deceased., lowing described property as issued In the County Court of anceis less than 7 days; If you
.......... ----DREDTHS (1478.01) FEET; ,GAFLW35B14234HH22) NOTICE TO CREDITORS set forth In said Final Duval County, Florida, on the are hearing or voice impdred
"IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THENCE SOUTH SEVENTY-FOUR Property located in Nassau The administration of the Judgment: 13dayof February,2013,inthe call 711.
SFOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOURTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT, (74) DEGREES, TWO (02) MIN- County, Florida: estate of EVELYN GRACE HUN- AULLTHAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE cause wherein CENTRAL OHIO 2t 05-08-15-2013
IN AND FOR IN AND FOR NASSAU UTES, FORTY (40) SECONDS A portion of Section 35, ZIKER, deceased, File Number OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE CREDIT CORP.R, Plaintiff, and 1425
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. COUNTY, FLORIDA EAST.ALONGTHE CENTER OFA Township 2 North, Range 28 2013-95-CP and whose social LYING AND BEING IN THE WEST 'MELISSA DISTASSIO, 'A/K/A ........-.
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-0068 CASE NO.:2012-CA-000263 GRADED ROAD, TWO THOU- East. Nassau County, Florida. security number isXXX-XX-4581 ONE-HALF (W1/2) OF THE MEULISSA M. DISTASSIO, A/K/A NOTICE OF SALE
KALEIDOSCOPE DESIGN, REGIONS BANK SUCCESSOR SAND AND FIFTY-FIVE AND Said portion being more par- is pending in the Circuit Court SOUTHWEST ONE-QUARTER MEUSSA DESARIO. Defendant, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
INC., d/b/a Fuel, a foreign BY MERGER WITH AMSOUTH FORTH-THREE HUNDREDTHS ticularly described as follows: for Nassau County. Florida (SW1 /4) OF SECTION TWENTY- being case number 16-2007- that the undersigned Intends
corporation, BANK (2055.43) FEET TO THE POINT OF For a Polnt of Reference Probate Divisionthe address of EIGHT (28),TOWNSHIPTWO (2) SC-8545, In said court, I. BILL to sell the personal property
Plaintiff, Plaintiff, BEGINNING: THENCE CONTIN- commence at the Northwest which Is 416. Centre Street, ,NORTH, RANGE TWENTY-FIVE LEEPER. as Sheriff of Nassau described belowatpublicsal,
Svs. vs. UE SOUTH.SEVENTY-FOUR (74) corner of Section 35 afore- Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. (25) EAST, NASSAU COUNTY County, Florida have levied by competit(ve bidding on
AMEUA ISLAND VENTURES, B. ALAN COOK JR.. et.al. DEGREES, 1WO (02) MINUTES, mentioned and run South 01 The names and addresses of FLORIDA AND BEING PART OF upon all the rights, title and Friday, the 241h day of May'.
INC., a foreign corporation Defendant(s). FORTY (40) SECONDS EAST, degree 14 minutes East along the personal representative LOTS TWO (2) AND THREE (3) Interest of the Defendant, 2013at 10:00amonthe prem'-
and STRICKLAND HOLLOWAY NOTICEOF ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-ONEAND the Westerly line of said and the personal representa- OFTHEW.H.BRANDIESANDH.E. Melssa Distasstib, a/k/aMelssa Ises where saold property has
JR.. an individual, FORECLOSURE SALE NINETEEN HUNDREDTHS Sectiona distance of 1478.01 tive's attorney are set forth PICKETT SUBDIVISION AS M. Dlstasslo, a/k/a Melissa been stored and which are
'Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (151.19) FEET; THENCE SOUTH feet to a point; run thence below. RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1 Desario, in and tothe following located) at BridgeVlew Self
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'SSALE that pursuant to the Final THIRTY (30) DEGREES, FORTY- South 74 degrees 02 minutes All creditors of the dece- PAGE 4, OF THE PUBULIC described personal property. Storage, 474431 Edt State
NOTICE is hereby given that Judgment of Foreclosure EIGHT (48) MINUTES, FIFTY-FIVE 40 seconds East a distance of dent and other persons havitng RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU to-wit Road 200, Fernmandina Beach,
pnrsuantto aWritof Execution entered on April 23, 2013, in (55) SECONDS WEST. SIX HUN- 3022:90 feet to an Iron pipe claims or demands against COUNTY AND BEING FURTHER 2008 Hyundai Accent, FL 32034 Nassau County'the
Issued in the Circuit Court of 2012-CA-000263'of the Circuit DRED NINETY-TWO (692.0) FEET: Jocated where the decedent's estate on whom a DESCRIBED BY METES AND Red In color, ... following:
Nassau County Florida, on the Court of the Fourth Judicial THENCE NORTH EIGHTY-ONE Northwesterly line of Section copy of this notice Is required BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:. VIN#KMHCN46C18U261550 Lisa Knippenberg 1045
5th day of April, 2013, in the Circuit for Nassau County, (81) DEGREES, EIGHT (08) MIN- 45,Township and Range afore- to be served must file their FROM POINT OF REFERENCE I shall offer this property for Purchases must be paid for
cause wherein Kaleidoscope Florida, In which Regions Bank, UTES WEST ONE HUNDRED mentioned is Intersected by claims with this court WITHIN AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER sdeatthefrontofBuilding 102 at the time of purchase by
Design, Inc., Plaintiff, and Successor By Merger with FOURTEEN AND NINE TENTHS the Westerly right of wayline of THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER OF SAID LOTTWO (2) (NORTH- of the Nassau CountySheriff's cash only A cleaning deposit
Amelia Island Ventures, Inc. Amsouth Bank Is Plaintiff, and, (114.9) FEET; THENCE NORTH Mobley Heights Road (a 40.0 THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- EAST CORNER OF THE INTER- Office, 76001 Bobby Moore will be taken.
and Strickland Holloway, Jr., B.; Alan Cook, Jr., et al are TWENTy-SEVEN (27) DEGREES, foot right of way); run thence CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 SECTION OF TWO COUNTY Circle, Yulee,. FL Nassau Dated this 05/08/20T3
Defendants, being case num- Defendants, I will sell to the THIRTY-THREE (33) MINUTES, North 12 degrees 09 minutes DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SER- ROADS); THENCE SOUTH ZERO County, Florida, on June 12, and 05/15/2013.
ber 2006-CA-0068, as assigned highest and best bidder for THIRTY-FIVE (35) SECONDS EAST, 40 seconds West along said VICE OF A COPY .OF THIS (00) DEGREES THREE (03) MIN- 2013 at 10:00A.M., oras soon 2t 05-08-15-2013
to Judgment Creditor Virtud cash. at the front entrance of SIX HUNDRED NINETY-SEVEN right of way a distance of NOTICE ON THEM. UTESWESTTHIRTY-SIX (36.0) FEET thereafter as possible. I will 1430
Realty Enterprses, LLC.,Insald the Judicial Annex. 76347 AND THIRTY HUNDREDTHS 67.84 feet; run thence North All other creditors of the TOTHE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF offer or sale all of the said CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE





WEDNESDAY, MAY 15,2013/News-Leader 9B



LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of Florida, pursuant to Section THROUGH AND INCLUDING DEGREE, TWENTY-ONE .MIN- THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF scheduled court appearance, participate in this proceeding, same with the Clerk of Court
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 287.055, Florida Statutes, 269, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS UTES, FORTY SECONDS WEST, A' THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS or immediately upon receiv- you are entitled, at no cost to within 60 days after the fore-
IN AND FOR NASSAU known as the Consultant OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. DISTANCE OF ONE THOUSAND MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 Ing this notification of the time you, to the provision of certain closure sale.
COUNTY, FLORIDA Competitive Negotiation Act A/K/A 65051 RIVER GLEN AND NINE HUNDRED SIXTY- DAYS AFTER SALE. before the scheduled appear- assistance.Please contact the WITNESS my hand and offi-
CIVIL DIVISION (CCNA), to provide PARKWAY, YULEE, FL 32097 FOUR AND EIGHTY-SIX HUN- If you are a person with a ance is less than 7 days. If you ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay clal seal of said Court this 2nd
CASE NO.: Engineering Services under a Any person claimimg an DREDTHS FEET; RUN THENCE disability who needs any are hearing or voice impaired. Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonvile, day of May, 2013.
2009 CA 000748 Continuing Contract for interest in the surplus frdm the NORTH EIGHT-NINE DEGREES, accommodation In order to call 711. Florida 32202 (904) 630-1897 at AMERICANS WITH DISABIUTIES
BAC HOME LOANSSERVICING, Nassau County. t is anticipat- sale, if any, other than the EIGHT MINUTES, TWENTY SEC- participate in this proceeding, John A. Crawford least 7 days before your ACT. If you are a person with a
LR F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE ed that more than one firm property owner as of the date ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF you are entitled, at no cost to CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT scheduLed court appearance, disability who needs any
HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, will be awarded original con- of the Us Pendens must file a EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY- you,to the provision of certain Nassau County, Rorlda or immediately upon receiv- accommodation in order to
Plaintiff, tracts to provide flexible claim within sixty (60) days SEVEN AND SEVENTY-TWO assistance. Please contact the /s/ Amanda Steam Ing this notification of the time participate in this proceeding,
v. scheduling of work. after the sale. HUNDREDTHS FEET; RUN ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT before the scheduled appear- you are entitled at no cost to
CARRIE N.ALLEN, et. al., The Scope of Services Is WITNESS MY HAND and the THENCE NORTH FORTY Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonville, Submitted By: ance Is less than 7 days. If you you, to the provision of certain
Defendant(s). intended to provide seal of this Court on May 6th, DEGREES, FIFTY.ONE MINUTES, Florida 32202 (904) 630-1897 at .ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: are hearing or voice impdred, assistance,Please contact the
NOTICE OF Engineering Services on an as 2013. FORTY SECONDS WEST A DIS- least 7 days before your SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & call 711. ADA Coordinator for the cir-
FORECLOSURE SALE needed basis for various proj- John A. Crawford TANCE OF EIGHT HUNDRED scheduled court appearance, GACHE'. LLP John A. Crawford -cult court system at crtin-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ects. The proposed work will Clerk of the Circuit Court TWENTY-ONE AND .SEVENTY or immediately upon receiv- 2424 North Federal Highway, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT trp@cpj.net or (904) 630-2564
pursuant to a Motion to Reset be known as the "Continuing By: /s/ Amanda Stearn HUNDREDTHS FEET TO THE Ing this notification of the time Suite 360 Nassau County, Florida at least 7 days before your
Sale dated May 2, 2013, Contract for Engineering Deputy Clerk POINT OF BEGINNING. before the scheduled appear- Boca Raton, Florida 33431 /s/ Sue Powell scheduled court appearance,
entered in CMI Case No.: 2009 Services-. See Americans with FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN- ance is less than 7 days. If you (561) 998-6700 DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT or Immndiately upon receiv-
CA 000748 of the Circuit Court For detailed Information Disabilities Act NING THUS DESCRIBED CON- are hearing or voice impaired, (561) 998-6707 Submitted By: Ing this notification if the time
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit regarding the bid due date If you are a person with a dis- TINUE NORTH FORTY DEGREES, call 711. 2t 05-15-22-2013 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: before the schedded appear-
In and for. Nassau County, and bid requirements for this ability who needs any accom- FIFTY-ONE MINUTES. FORTY SEC- John A Crawford 1439 SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & ance is less than 7 days; if you
Florida, wherein, BAC HOME RFQ, please visit the Nassau modatton In order to particl- ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT GACHE', LLP are hearing or voice Impaired,
LOANS SERVICING, LP F/K/A County's website at pate In this proceeding, you EIGHT HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE Nassau County, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 2424-North Federal Highway call711.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS http://www.nassaucountyfl.co are entitled, at no costto you, -AND SEVENTY HUNDREDTHS /s/ Amanda Stearn FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Suite 360 JOHN A. CRAWFORD
SERVICING, LP, Is Plaintiff, and, m 'or contact the Contract to the provision of certain assis- FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT IN AND FOR Boca Raton, Florida 33431 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CARRIE N. ALLEN; UNKNOWN Management Department at' tance please contactthe cir- OF WAY LINE OF MUSELEWHITE Submitted By: NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA (561) 998-6700 By: /s/Sue Powell
SPOUSE OF CARRIE N.ALLEN IF 904-491-7377. Proposal infor- cult court at (904) 321 -5709 ROAD RAN EIGHTY FEET (AN ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: CIVIL DIVISION (561) 998-6707 Deputy Clerk
ANY; ANY AND ALL OTHER motion is also available at 2t 05-15-22-2013 80.0 FEET RIGHT OF WAY): RUN SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & Case #: 2009-CA-000245 2t05-15-22-2013 .:' 2t05-15-22-2013
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING http://www.demandstar.com. 1433 THENCE SOUTH THIRTY-NINE GACHE, ,LLP DIVISION: A 1441 1443 .
-INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER ATTEST: --------- DEGREES, TWO MINUTES, TWEN- 2424 North Federal Highway, Deutsche Bank National Trust ---------..- ----------
AND AGAINST A NAMED JOHN A. CRAWFORD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'TY SECONDS WEST ALONG Suite 360 Company, as Trustee under IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT EX-OFFICIO CLERK FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SAID' RIGHT OF WAY, A DIS- Boca Raton, Florida 33431. Pooling and ,. Servicing AND FOR FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
KNOWNTOBEDEADORALUVE, DANIEL B. LEEPER IN AND FOR NASSAU TANCE OF ONE HUNDRED (561) 998-6700 Agreementdated May1, 2007 NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN CHAIR COUNTY, FLORIDA FORTY AND.NINETY SIX HUN- (561) 998-6707 Securitized Asset Backed CASE NO. 12-000190-CA- COUNTY, FLORIDA
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- BOARD OF COUNTY COM- CIVIL ACTION DREDTHS FEET; RUN THENCE 2t 05-15-22-2013 Receivables ULLCTrust 2007-BR3 WELLS FARGO BANK- NA CASE NO.;
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS. MISSIONERS CASE NO.: SOUTH FORTY DEGREES, FIFTY- 1437 Mortgage Pass-Through Plaintiff, 45-201 1-CA-000173
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 45-2010-CA-000735 ONE MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS ---------- Certificates. Series 2007-BR3 vs. SEC.: A
CLAIMANTS; CARTESIAN t 05-15-2013 DIVISION: A EAST, A DISTANCE OF SEVEN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Plalntiff, GEORGE T. STEWART A/(/A CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
POINTE PROPERTY OWNERS 1431 BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC- HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE AND FOURTH'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -vs.i- GEORGE TEALL STEWART, III; Plaintiff,
ASSOCIATION INC.; JOHN DOE ....--..... ING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE NINETEEN HUNDREDTHS FEET; IN AND FOR Wllard Gregory Godwin; Citra, UNKNOWN SPOUSE V'OF v.
ANDJANE DOE AS UNKNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HOME LOANS SERVICING LR RUN THENCE NORTH SIXTY- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA LLC; State of Florida, Depart- GEORGE T. STEWART A/K/A JODY R. GULLION; ANY AND
TENANTS IN POSSESSION are FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Plaintiff, SEVEN DEGREES, TWENTY-FIVE CIVIL DIVISION ment of Revenue; The Palms at GEORGE TEALL STEWART, III; ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
Defendant(s). IN AND'FOR NASSAU vs. MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS Case #: 201 1-CA-000432 Amelia Condominium UNKNOWN TENANT I; ING BY,THROUGH, UNDER, AND
JOHN A. CRAWFORD, the COUNTY, FLORIDA DAVID A. BOYLE A/K/A DAVID EAST, A DISTANCE OF THE ONE PNC Bdnk, National Association, Inc.; Unknown UNKNOWN TENANT II; STATE OF AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
Clerk of Court shall sell to the CIVILACTION ALLEN BOYLE A/K/A DAVID G. HUNDRED FORTY-SIX AND SIX- : Association Parties In Possession #1; FLORIDA; FERNANDINA INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
highest bidder for cash at the CASE NO.: BOYLE, et al, TEEN HUNDREDTHS FEET TOTHE Plaintiff, Unknown Parties in Possession SHORES. CONDOMINIUM WHOARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
Nassau Judicial Annex locat- 45-2011-CA-000580 Defendant(s). POINT OF BEGINNING. -vs.- #2; If living, and all Unknown ASSOCIATION, INC. F/K/A DEAD OR AUVEWHETHER SAID
ed at 76347 Veterans Way, DIVISION: A'A NOTICE OF. A/K/A 45079 LAUREL LANE, Joshua Mabry and Rebecca Parties claiming by, through, AMELIA DUNES CONDOMINI-- UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
Yulee. FL-32097 at 1-1:30 a.m., WELLS FARGO BANK NA, FORECLOSURE SALE CALLAHAN, FL 32011 L Mabry a/k/a Rebecca under, and agalnstthe above UM APARTMENTS, INC., and CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-
on the day of June 17, 2013, Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Any person claiming an Mabry Husband and Wife named Defendant(s) who are any unknown heirs, devisees, ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,-GRANTEES,
the following described real vs. pursuant to a Final Judgment interest In the surplus from the Defendant(s) not known to be dead or dive, grantees, creditors, and other OR THEIR CLAIMANTS; AND
property as set forth In sold ERIN N. MCGINNIS, et al, of Mortgage Foreclosure sale, if any, other than the NOTICE OF SALE whether said Unknown Parties unknown persons or unknown WELLS' FARGO FINANCIAL
Final Summary Judgment, to Defendant(s). dated May 06, 2013 and property owner as of the date NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN may claim an interest as spouses claiming by, through AMERICA,)NC.
wit: NOTICE OF entered In Case No. 45-2010- of the Us Pendens must file a pursuant-to an Orderdated Spouses, Heirs, Devisees, and under any of the above- Defendant(s)
LOT 47, OF CARTESIAN FORECLOSURE SALE CA-000735 of the Circuit Court claim within sixty. (60) days May 3, 2013, entered In Civil Grantees, or Other Claimants. named Defendanrts, ,.NOTICE OF SALE
POINTE UNIT 2, ACCORDING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit "after the sale. Case No. 2011-CA-000432 of Defendant(s) Deferidants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
-TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS pursuant to Final Judgment In and for NASSAU County,. WITNESS MY HAND and the the Circuit Court of the 4th NOTICE OF SALE : t NOTICE OF F pursuant to an Order of Final
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7, of Mortgage Foreclosure Florida wherein, BANK OF seal of this Court on May 6th, Judicial Circuit in and for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OIECLOSURE SALE Summary Judgment of
PAGE(S) 35 THROUGH 38, OF dated May. 06, 2013 and AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY 2013. Nassau County Florlda where- pursuant to an Order dated NOTICEisherebygiventhat. Foreclosure dated May 3, 2013
THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- entered In Case No. 45-2011- 'MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS John A. Crawford In Regions Bankd/b/a regions May 3, 2013, entered In Civil the undersigned Clerk of the entered in Civil Case No. 45-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA CA-000580of theCircuitCourt SERVICING, COUNTRYWIDE Clerk of the Circuit Court Mortgage, Plaintiff ard Patrlcia Case No. 2009-CA-000245 of Circuit 1 Court of ; Nassau 201 T-CA-000173 of the Circuit
I -f you are a person claim- of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit. HOME LOANS SERVICING LR Is By: /s/ Amanda Steam L July are defendant(s),l, Clerk. the Circuit Court of the 4th County, Florlda, will on the 6th Court of -the Fourth Judicial
Ing a rightto funds remaining in and for NASSAU County, the Plbintiff and DAVID A. Deputy Clerk of Court, JohnA. Crawford, will Judicial Circuit in and for day of June, 2013, at 11:30 Circuit in and for Nassau
after the sale, yod must file a Floridawherein, WELLSFARGO. BOYLE A/K/A DAVID ALLEN See Americans with sell'to the highest and best Nassau County Floridawhere- A.M. at the Nassau 'County County-Florlda, wherein the
claim with the clerk no later BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff .and BOYLE A/K/A DAVID G.1OYLE; Disabllities Act bidder for cash AT THE MAIN ri ".Deutsche Bank National 'Judicldal Annex,Mdrn Entrance,' Clerk of the, Circuit Court will -
than 60 days after the sale. If ERIN N. MCGINNIS; MICHAEL CARLA D.BOYLE A/K/A CARLA If you arb aperson with a dis- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Trust Company, as Trustee 76347 Veterahs Way, Yulee, sell to the highest bidder for
you fall to file a claim you will J.MCGINNIS; DANIEL J.DONO- DENESE BOYLE A/K/A CARLA abilitywho.needs any accomm COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX under Po61ing and Servicing Florida 32097,offer for sale and cash on 3rd day of June,2013,
not be enfitled to any remain- VAN; THE UNKNOWN.SPOUSE I: BOYLE A/K/A CARLA W. modation In order to particl- LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS Agreement dated May 1,2007 sell at public outcry tp the at 11:30 a.m. at the Nassau
ing funds. After 60 days, only OF DANIELJ. DONOVAN N/K/A BOYLE A/K/A CARLAA.BOYLE; pate In this proceeding, you WAY,YULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT Securltized Asset Backed highest- and best bidder .for Judicial Annex, Nassau County
the owner of, record as of the REFUSED NAME WELLS FARGO MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG- are entitled, at no cost toyou, 11:30 A.M.(June 14, 2013, the Receivables LLC Trust 2007-BR3 'cash, the follbwing-described Cgurthouse, the property situ-
date of the Us Pendens may BANK, N.A.; CAPE SOUND ON ISTRATION SYSTEMS, INCOR- to the provision of certain assis- following described property Mortgage Pass-Through property situated In Nassau, ated in Nasau County, Florida,
claim the surplus. AMEUA ISLAND CONDOMINI- PORATED, AS NOMINEE FOR tanoe plase contact the cir- as set forth In saold Final Certificates, Series 2007-BR3, County, Florida:'.- 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee.
WITNESS my hand and seal UM ASSOCIATION, INC.; TEN- BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, cult court at (904) 321 6709. Judgment, to wit: Plaintiff and Wlllard Gregory UNIT 6345, OF FERNANDINA -, Florida 32097, relative to the
ofthecourt-on May 2nd, -: ANT #1 N/K/A RICK PULLEN are LP; are the Defendants, The 2t 05-15-22-2013 THE WESTERLY 534.36 FEET OF Godwin are defendant(s); I, SHORES; A CONDOMINIUM, following described property "
2013. the Defendants, The Clerk of Clerk.of the Court will sell to 1435 LOT 34, CORNWALL FARM Clerk of Court,, John A. AND AN UNDIVIDED SHARE.IN as set fortft in the Final
JOHN A. CRAWFORD, the Court will sell to the high- the highest and best bidder .- ----.- LANp COMPANY:S PLAT OF Crawford; will sell to the high- THOSE COMMON ELEMENTS Judgment,to wit:-
CLERK OF THE COURT est and best bidder for cash at for cash at NASSAU JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NORTH FLORIDA PECAN, FRUIT est and best bidder'for cash AT APPURTENANT THERETO AS THAT CERTAIN LAND SITUATE
By: Is/ Tracy Poore" NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, ANNEX, 76347 VETERAN'S-WAY, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND TRUCK FARMS, SECTION THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE SPECIFIED IN, DESCRIBED. IN AND LYING IN SECTION 14,
Deputy Cleak 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, YULEE, FLORIDA at 11:30AM, IN AND FOR NASSAU 1 35,TOWNSHIP4'NORTH, RANGE NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL. AND SUBJECT TO THE TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
AttorneyforPlaintiff: FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the onthe 20thdayofJune,2013, COUNTY, FLORIDA 23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY,' ANNEX LOCATED AT76347 VET- COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, 23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY,
Elizabeth R.Wellborn, PA. 20th day of June, 2013,the fol- the following described prop- CIVILACTION FLORIDA ACCORDINGTOTHE ERANS-WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA, RESTRICTIONS, TERMS 'AND FLORIDA, DESCRIBED AS FOL-
S350 Jim Moran, Blvd Ste. 100 lowing described property as erty as set'forth In said Final CASE NO.: PLAT RECORDED IN THE PUB- 32097 AT 11:30 A.M., June 14, OTHER PROVISIONS OF -THE LOWS: ALL.THAT PORTION JOF
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 set forth; In* said- Final Judgment: 45-2012-CiA-000413 LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU 2013, the following descilbed DECLARATION OF CONDO- LOT 25 OF THE CORNWELL
.Telephone: (954) 354-3544 Judgment: ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, DIVISION: A COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PLAT property as set forth In said MINIUM FOR FERNANDINA FARM LAND COMPANY PLAT
Facsimile: (954) 354-3545. UNIT 304, BUILDING 3, CAPE OPARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND WELLS FARGO BANK, NA BOOK'O', PAGE 31. Final Judgment, to wit: .. SHORES, A CONDOMINIUM, THE LINES EAST OF AND
If you are a person with a SOUND ON AMELIA ISLAND LYING AND BEING IN THE Plaintiff,. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN- UNIT C6, OF THE PALMS AT FORMERLY AMELIA DUNES ADJOINS THE EASTERLY RIGHT
disability who needs dny CONDOMINIUM, A CONDO- COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE vs. , INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM AMELIA, A CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS, 'OF WAY OF GOODWIN ROAD,
accommodation in order to MINIUM TOGETHER WITH AN STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN MARTHA M. HICKS, et al, THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN CONDOMINIUM'ACCORDING.. RECORDED IN OFFICIAL SAID PLAT BEING RECORDED -
participate in this proceeding, UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE AND DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS: Defendant(s). THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TO THAT CERTAIN DECLARA- RECORDS BOOK 150AT. PAGE IN PLAT BOOK'O-' PAGE 31 OF
you are entitled, at no costto COMMON ELEMENTS APPUR-' LOT SIX (6), BLOCKA OF NOTICE OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS TION OF CONDOMINIUM 247, AMENDED IN OFFICIAL THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS
you, to provisions of certain TENANTTHERETO, ACCORDING PIRATES COVE, UNIT ONE, FORECLOSURE SALE MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH, 60 THEREOF RECORDED IN OFFI- RECORDS BOOK166 AT PAGE SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
asoistance. Please contactthe TO THE DECLARATION OF ACCORDING TO THE PLAT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN DAYS AFTER SALE. CIAL RECORDS BOOK 1309, 617, FURTISER AMENDED IN TOGETHER WITH ASPRINGHILL
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT pursuant to a Final Judgment If you are a person with a PAGE 33, OF THE PUBUC OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 199 MODEL MOBILE HOME VIN #'S
4600 press 0,oat least7 working. OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK BOOK 4AT PAGE 6 OFTHE PUB-, of 'Mortgage Foreclosure disability who needs any RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- AT PAGE 625, FURTHER AMEND-. GAFLW34A/B8817-SL21.
days before your scheduled 1332 PAGE 1022, OF THE PUB- 1.IC RECORDS OF NASSAU dated May 06, 2013 and accommodation In order to TY FLORIDA. ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS Any person claiming an
court appebrance; or Imme- LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. entered In Case Nop 45-2012- participate In this'proceeding, ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN BOOK 252 AT PAGE 315; FUR- Interest in the surplus from the
diately upon receivirig this COIUNTY, FLORIDA, AND ALL A/K/A 2621 MCGREGOR CA-000413 of the Circuit Court you are entitled, at plo cost to INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS.FROM THER,AMENDED IN OFFICIAL sale, If 'any, other than the
oltdfifatltonifthe tim'ebefore AMENDMENTS THERETO ,; Bii I EVLEVARrF. G0 kANMD1fA of the FOURTH Judilcial Circuit you, to the'provision of certain THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN RECORDS BOOK 257 AT PAGE 'bjPry owner as of hW66e
th.e-sdhld ppearaces m rA/IA l1EbiBACH WFIl'3i E (l I' in and for NAS'AU tCounty, dssstdh6 '.6'd6e6rifthe THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF S6,;ANDASTFURTHERIESTATED t'h s f nus 'Pr slfil-a
less than 7 days; if you are WAY FERNANDINA BEACH, FL Any person claiming dn Florida wherein, WELLS FARGO ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay THE DATEIOF THE US PENDENS IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK claim within 60 days after the
heartng'or voice Impaired call 32034 Interest in the surplus from the BANK, NA, Is the Plaintiff and Street, Suite507-C, Jacksonville, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 267 AT PAGE 354, ALL IN THE sale.
711. Any person claiming an sale, if any, other than the MARTHA M. HICKS; KENNETH Florida 32202= (904) 630-1897 at DAYS AFTER SALE. PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU ATTENTiqN: PERSONS WITH
2t05-08-15-2p1' Interest in ttie surplus from the property owner as of the date N. HICKS, JR; BANK OF AMERI- least 7. days before your If you are a person with a COUNTY FLORIDA. l DISABIUTIES
1426 sale, If any, other than the of the LIs Pendens'musf file a CA; HICKORYVILLAGE HOME- scheduled court appeararice, disability who needs any -pursuant to the. Final If you are a person with p
S, --- --. property'owneras of the date claim within sixty .(60) days OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; or Immediately upon receiv- accommodation In order to Judgment entered In a case disability who -needs any'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of the Us Pendens must file a after the sale. are the Defendants, The Clerk Ing this notification of the time participate In this.proceeding, pending In said Courtthe style accommodation In order to
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, claim within sixty <60) days WITNESS MY HAND and the of the Codrt will sell tp the high- before the scheduled appear- 'you are entitlfed,.at no cost to of which Isindlcated above, participate in this proceeding,
IN AND FOR NASSAU after the sale. seal of this Court on May 6th. est anrd best bidder for cash at ance Is less than 7\days. If you you, to the provision of certain Any person or entity claim- you are entitled, at no cost to
COUNTY, FLORIDA WITNESSMY'HANDandthe' 2013. NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, are hedring or voice impaired, assistance. Please contactthe ingan Interest Inthesurplus, if yoLtothe provision of certaln
CASE NO.:- seal of this Court on May 6th, John A. Crawford 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE; call 711. i ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay any, resulting fromthedforeco- assistance. Please contact;
45-2009-CA-000207-AXXX- 2 13. Clerk of the Circuit Court FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the John A. Crawford Street Sulte,507-C, Jacksonville,. sure sale, otherthanthe prop- ADA, Coordinator, Nassau
YX John A. Crawford B-:'/i/Amanda Stearn 20th'day of June, 2013,.the fol CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Rorida 32202;(904) 630-1897at erty owner as of the date of Us County FL.
LITTON LOAN SERVING LR Clerk of the Circuit Court Deputy Clerk lowing described property as Nassau County, Florida least- 7 "days before your Pendens, must file a claim on. PhQne:'(904)630-2564
Plaidntff, By: /s/ Amanda Stearn Se Americans with set forth M said Final /s/ Amanda Stearn scheduled court appearance, same with the Clerk of Court 'crtlntrp@co.:net
v. Deputy Clerk Dis6bilities Act Judgment: DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT or Immediately, upon recelv- within 60 days after the fore- DATED AT FERNANDINA
WILLIAM UPFORD, JR.; **See'Ameri6ans with If you are a person with a dis- LOT 137, HICKORY VILtAGE Submitted By: -Ing thisnotlifcationofthetime closure sple. BEACH, FLORIDA THIS,6th DAY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Disabilities Act ability who needs any accom- PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: before the scheduled appear- WITNESS my hand ancr offi- OF MAY, 2013.
WILLIAM UPFORD JR.; WILLIAM If you are a person with a dis- modatlon In order to particl- PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & ance Is less than7.days. Ifyou clal seal of said Courthis 6th JOHN A. CRAWFORD.
UPFORD IIIt HERON ISLES OWN- ability who needs any accom- pqfe In this proceeding, you IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 369. 370 GACHE', LLP are hearing orolce impaired, day of May, 2013. /s/,:Sue Powell.'
ERSASSOCIATION, INC.; MORt- modaton in' order to partici- are entitled, at no cost o you, AND 371 ,'OF THE: PUBLIC 2424Nbrth Federal Highway, call 711. AIMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES JOHN A. CRAWFORD
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- pate In this propeeding, you to the provision of certain dssis- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- Suite 360 John A. Crawford ACT. If you are a person with CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
TION SYSTEMS, INC., -AS are entitled, at no cost to you, tance please contact the cir- TY. FLORIDA. Beca Raton,.Florida 33431 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 'disability .,ho needs any NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOMINEE.FOR HOMEAMERI- to the provision of certain assis- cult court at (904) 321-5709. A/K/A 86343 EVERGREEN (561) 998-6700 Nassau County Florida accommodatlonin order to 2t 05-15-22-2013
CAN MORTGAGE CORPORA- tance please'contact the cir- 2t 05-15-22-2013 PLACE, YULEE, FL 32097-7222 (561) 998-6707 d /s/ ue Powell participate In this proceeding, 1444
TION; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) cult court at (904) 321-8709. 1434. Any person claiming an 2t 05-15-22-2013 DEPUTY tLERKOF COURT you are entitled atno cost- to ----------
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT 2t 05-15-22-2013 ..---------......- interest In the surplus from the 1'438 Submitted By: you to the provision of certain Notice Ishereby given to the
PROPERTY - -- 1432 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sale, If any, other than the ----, ATTQRNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: assistance.Pleasecontactthe- following persons at the lst
Defendant(s) -------..- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT property owner as of the date IN THE CIRCUIT COURi OF THE SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & ADA Coordinator for the cir- known address of:
NOTLCE OF SALE NOTICE UNDER IN AND FOR NASSAU of the Us Pendens must file a FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GACHE', LLP c0lt court' system at crtin- James A Alderman'
NOTICE IS HEREBY qIVEN. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW COUNTY, FLORIDA claim within sixty (60) days IN AND FOR 2424 North Federal Highway, trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564' 18214 Joseph Ln
pursuant to an Ordef on Pursuyant to Section 865.09, CIVIL ACTION after the sale. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Suite 360 at least 7 days before your Hilliard, FL 32046
Plaintiff's Motionto Reschedule Florida Statutes CASE NO.: WITNESS MY HAND and the CIVIU DIVISION Boca Raton, Florlda 33431 scheduled court appearance, CorbinW Beldeman
Foredosure Sale doted April NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN that 45-201 1-CA-000634' seal of this Court on Mgy 6th, Case #: 2010-CA-000662 (561) 998-6700 or Immediately upon receiv- 75153 Ravenwood Dr
30, 2013 entered in Civil Case the undersigned, desiring to DIVISION: A 2013. DIVISION: A (561) 998-6707 Ing this notlfication If the tflne Yulee, FL 32097
No. 45-2009-CA-000207-AXXX- engage In business under the WELLS FARGO BANK NA DBA John A. Crawowd 'Deutsche Bank National Trust 2t05-15-22-2013 before thescheduled appear- MatthewW.Conklln
YX ofthe Circuit Cuirf of the. flctltioLs name of 'Leddy's AMERICAS SERVICING COM- Clerk of the Circuit Court Company, as Trustee of the 1440 ance slessthdn7 days if you. 103 N 17th St
Fourth JUdicial Circuit in and Porch located Florida House PANY By: Is/ Amanda Steamrn IndyMac INDX Mortgage Loan' .----------- are hearing orvoice impaired,. Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034
for, Nassau County,Florda, Inn, 22 South 3rd Street In the Plaintiff, Deputy Clerk Trust 2006-AR13, Mortgage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'THE call 711. Aaron D. Esses, Jr.
wherein the Clerkof the Circuit County of Nassau, in the City vs. See Amerlcans with Pass-Through Certificates, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JOHN A. CRAWFORD '. 37424 Cody Circle, Apt C-12
Court will sell to the highest of Fernandlna Beach, Florlda, WIULLIAM CHAVISA/K/A Disabilities Act Series 2006-AR13 under the IN AND FOR CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT Hillliard,.FL 32046
bidder for cash on 12 day 32034 Intends to register the WILLIAM DAVID CHAVIS If you are a person with a dis- Poollng and Servicing NASSAU CpUNTY, FLORIDA By:/s/Amanda Steam -MIsty A. Gentry .
of June, 2013, at 11:30 a.m. at said name with the Division of A/K/A WILLIAM D.CHAVIS, liI, ability who needs any accom- Agreement dated May 1, 2006 CIVIL DIVISION Deputy Clerk 86294 Jean Rd
Sthe Nassau Judicial Annex, Corporations of the Florida et al, modatloh In order to particl- Plaintiff, Case #: 2012-CA-000065 2t.05-15-22-2013 Yulee, FL 32097
Nassau County Courthouse, Department of State, Defendant(s). pate in'this proceeding, you -vs.- DIVISION: A 1442 Shella D. Hill
the property situated In Tallahassee, Rorlda. NOTICEOF are entitled, at no cost to you. Carlotta K. Crowder and U.S.-Bank, N.A., Successor --...- 1316 Beech St
SNassau County, Florida, 76347 Dated at Ferlnandna Beach. FORECLOSURE SALE to the provision of certain assis- Brandon Dant Crowder a/k/a Trustee to Wachovia Bank, N.A. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Fernandina Beach. FL 32034
Veterans' Way, Yulee, Florida Florida, this 9th day of May NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tance please contact the cil- Brandon D, Crowder, wife and (formerly known as First Union IN AND FOR Kyree R. Jpckson, Sr.
32097, relative tothe following 2013. pursuant to a Final Judgment cult court at (904) 321-5709. Husband; OneWest Bank FSB Natlonal Bank), as Trustee for NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 8667 Kyle Frasler Rd
described properly as set forth Ernle Olmstead Saltmarsh of Mortgage Foreclosure -2t 05-15-22-2013 Successor In Interest to Long Beach Mortgage Loan CASE NO: 2012-CA-000255 Yulee, FL 32097 I
In the Final Judgment, to wit: Florida House Inn dated May 06, 2013 and 1436 IndyMac Bank, F.S.B.; Spanish trust2001-4' BANK OF AMERICA N.A SUC- Brandon M.Jones
LOT 43, HERON ISLES PHASE It 05-15-2013 entered In Case No.45-2011- .......... Oaks Owners Assoclation, Inc.; Plaintiff, CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC 86065 Mocklngbird Ln
ONEACCORDING.TOTHE PLAT 1459 CA-000634 of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Defendant(s) '. ,-vs.- HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Yulee, FL 32097
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN ----....--. of the FOURTH Judiclal Circuit FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE OF SALE Ablgall M.Carter and Anthony F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME Britt C. Moore
PLAT BOOK7; PAGE 40-46,PUB- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE In and for NASSAU County, INANDFOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Carter, Her Husband; Norwood LOANS SERVICING, LP 2217 High Rigger Ct
'LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT RFlorlda wherelnr WELLS FARGO NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA pursuant to an Order dated E. Higglnbotham; Swallowfork Plaintiff, Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034
COUNTY FLORIDA a/k/a96006 IN AND FOR NASSAU BANK, NADBAAMERICASSER- CIVIL DIVISION May 3,2013, entered In Civil Subdivision, Homeowners vs. Tracey K Pickett
SUNFISH LANE,YULEE, FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA, VICING COMPANY, Is the Case #: 2011-CA-000337 Case No. 2010-CA-000662 of Association, Inc. THOMAS ROY EDDLEMAN. 23190CR 121
S32097 CIVIL ACTION' Plaintiff and WILLIAM CHAVIS Regions Bank d/b/d Regions the Circuit Court of the 4th Defendant(s) A/K/A THOMAS R; EDDLEMAN Hlliard, FL 32046
SAny person claiming an CASE NO.: A/K/A WILLIAMDAVIDCHAVIS Mortgage Judicial Circuit In and for NOTICEOFSALE A/K/ATHOMAS EDDLEMAN; KristalLShuler
Interest In the surplus from the 45-2012-CA-000084 A/K/A WILLIAM D, CHAVIS, III; Plaintiff, Nassau County, Florida where- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF 95387,Snnta'Juana Rd
sale, if any, other than the .,DIVISION: A THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF -vs.- In Deutsche Bank National pursuant to an Order dated THOMAS ROY EDDLEMAN Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034 -
property owne.r as of the date SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC., WILLIAM CHAVIS A/K/A Patricia L July; Hickory Village Trust Company, as Trustee of May 3, 2013, entered In Civil A/K/A THOMAS R. EDDLEMAN Joshua L Southers
of the Us Pendens must file a Plaintiff, WIUAM DAVID CHAVIS A/K/A Homeowners Association Inc.;' the IndyMac INDX Mortgage Case No, 2012-CA0(00065 of A/K/A THOMAS EDDLE MAN; 901 Cedar St
claim within 60 days after the vs. WILLIAM D. CHAVIS, III HUGH Unknowr Tenants In Possession Loan Trust -2006-AR13, the Circuit Court of the 4th UNKNOWN TENANT I; Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
sale. AMY R. GRAHAM A/K/A AMY LEE HARRIS, III A/IK/A HUGH L. #1; -Unknown Tenants in Mortgage Pass-Through Judiclal Circuit In and for UNKNOWN TENANT II; LOFTON TImothyA Truttschel.
ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH GRAHAM, et al, HARRIS Ill; ANY AND ALL Possession #2; If lvlng, and all Certificates, Series 2006-AR1 3 Nassau County, RFlorlda where- OAKS OWNERS ASSOCIATION, 1050 Quail Ridge Rd
DISABILITIES Defendant(s). UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING Unknown Parties claimlng by, under the Pooling and In U.S. Bank, N.A., Successor INC.; JASON KS. PORTER, PA., "HllllardFL 32046
If you are a person with a NOTICEOF BY, THROUGH,. UNDER, AND through, under, and against Servicing'Agreement dated. Trustee to Wochovla Bank, N.A. and any unknown heirs, Amella L M.Wagner
disability .who needs any FORECLOSURE SALE AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED i the above named May 1, 2006, Plaintiff and (formerly known as First Union devisees, grantees, creditors, 44385Commanchee Rd
accommodation irn order to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) Defendant(s) who are not Carloftta K. Crowder and National Bank),.as Trustee for and other unknown persons Callahan, FL 32011
participate ri this proceeding, pursuant to a Final Judgment WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE known to be dead or alive, Brandon Dant Crowder a/k/a Long Beach Mortgage Loan or unknown spouses claimnlhg Pursuant to Section 98.075,
you are entitled, at no cost to of Mortgage Foreclosure DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID whether said Unknown Parties Brandon D, Crowder, wife and trust 2001-4, Plalntiff and Ablgal by, through and under any of RFlorlda Statutes, you are here-
you, to the provislon'of certain dated -May 06, 2013 and UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY may claim an Interest as Husband are defendant(s), I, M. Carter and Anthony Carter, the above-named by notified that notice was
Sassistance. Please contact: entered in Case No.45-2012- CLAIMANINTERESTASSPOUS- Spouses, Heirs, Devlsees, Clerk of Court, John A. Her Husband are defen- Defendants, publlshed on April 3,2013 and
ADA Coordinator, CA-000084 of the Circuit Court ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, Grantees, or Other Claimants. Crawford, will sell to the high- dant(s), I Clerk of Court, John Defendants. April 4, 2013 that you were
Nassau County. FL of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit OR OTHER CLAIMANTS are the Defendant(s) est and best bidder for cash AT A Crawford, wil sell to the high- NOTICE OF potentially Ineligible to be reg-
Phone:(904)630-2564 In and for NASSAU County, Defendants, The Clerk of the NOTICE OF SALE THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE est and best bidder forcashAT FORECLOSURE SALE istered to vote. Failure to
crtlntrp@coj.net Florida wherein, SUNTRUST Court will sell to the highest NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NiOTICE Is hreby given that respondwithin thirty(30)days
DATED AT FERNANDINA MORTGAGE, INC, IsthePlaintiff and best bidder for cash at pursuant to an Order dated ANNEX LOCATEDAT76347VET- rNASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL the undersigned Clerk of the after that notice was pub-
BEACH, FLORIDATHIS2nd DAY and AMY R. GRAHAM A/K/A NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, May 3, 2013, entered In CJvll ERANS WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA ANNEXLOCATEDAT76347VET- Circuit- Court of Nassau lished resulted in a determi-
OF MAY2013. -- AMY GRAHAM; DAMION O. 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, Case No. 2011-CA-000337bf 32097 AT 11:30 A.M., June 14, ERANS WAY YULEE, FLORIDA, County Rorlda, will onthe 12th nation of Inellglblllty by the
JOHN A. CRAWFORD GRAHAM; ANY AND ALL FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the the Circuit Court of the 4th 2013, the following described 32097 AT 11:30 A.M., June 14, day of June, 2013, at 11:30- Nassau County Supervisor of
./s/Sue Powell UNKNOWN PARTIESCLAIMING 20thdayofJune,2013,thefol- Judicial Circuit in and for property as set forth In said 2013, thefollowlngdescribed A.M.:at the Nassau County Elections and removalofyour
JOHNA.CRAWFORD BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND lowing described- property as Nassau County, Florlda where- Final Judgment, to wit: property as set.forth In said Judiciald Annex, Main Entrance; name from the statewide
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED set forth in said Final In Regions Bank d/b/a Regions LOT 49, SPANISH OAKS UNIT Final Judgment, to wit: 76347 Veterans Way. Yulee, voter registration system.
NASSAUCOUNTYFLORIDA INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) Judgment: Mortggage, PlaintiffandPatricia 1-A. ACCORDING TO PLAT LOTS 147AND 148. SWAL- Florida32097,offerforsale and PleasecontacttheSupervisor
2t05-08-15-2013 WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE A PORTION OF SECTION LJuly are defendant(s), I, Clerk THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN LOWFORK ESTATES PHASE- sell at public outcry to the to receive Information regard-
1427 DEADORALIVE, WHETHER SAID SEVENTEEN, TOWNSHIP TWO (2) of Court, JohnA.Crawford, will PLAT BOOK 6, PAES 99 AND FIVE, ACCORDING TO PLAT highest and best bidder for Ingthebasisfor Inelggiltyand
----- UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY NORTH, RANGE TWENTY-FIVE sell to the highest and best 100, OF THE PUBUC RECORDS THEREOF AS RECORDED IN cash,thefollowing-descrlbed the procedure to resolve this
BOARD OF COUNTY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS- EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- bidder for cash AT THE MAIN OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. PLAT BOOK 5, AT PAGE 348, OF property situated In Nassau matter. If further assistance is.
COMMISSIONERS ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, DA. SAID PORTION BEING ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS- County, Florida: needed, please contact the
SNASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; NAS- MORE PARTICULARLY COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM SAU COUNTY FLORIDA. LOT 43, LOFTON OAKS AT Supervisor of Electlons at the
SREQUEST FOR SAU-RIVER GLEN HOMEOWN- DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- YULEE HOME PARK, PHASE 1, numbers listed below.
QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) ERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.; are FOR A POINTOF REFERENCE WAYYULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF TAIN MANUFACTURED HOME, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT Vicki PCannon
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Defendants. The Clerk of COMMENCE AT THE MOST' 11:30 A.M., June 14. 2013, the THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS YEAR: 1992, MAKE: PALM HAR- THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT Nassau County Supervisor of
that the Board of County the Court will sell to the high- NORTHERLY CORNER OF THE followlng described property MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 BOR, VIN: PH095145AFL AND BOOK 5, PAGES 323, 324 AND Elections
Commissioners of Nassau est anrd best bidderfor cash at JOSEPH SUMMERALL GRANT, as set forth in said Final DAYS AFTER SALE. VIN: PH095145BFL WHICH IS 325, OF THE PUBUC RECORDS 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3
County, RFlorlda Invites sealed NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, SECTION FORTY-EIGHT, TOWN- Judgment to wit: If you are a person with a AFFIXED THERETO. OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. Yulee, Florida 32097
proposalsfor: 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, SHIP AND RANGE AFOREMEN- LOT 153, HICKORY VILLAGE disability who needs any ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN pursuant to the Final Telephone 904-491-7500
CONTINUING CONTRACT FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the TIONED; AND RUN SOUTH PHASE TWO, ACCORDING TO accommodation in order to INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM Judgment entered In a case Toll Free 1-866-260-4301
FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES 20thdayofJurep,2013,thefol- FORTY DEGREES, FIFTY-ONE THE PLATTHEREOFAS RECORD- partlclpateinthis proceeding, THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN pending In sald Court,thestyle TDD 904-491-7510
BID NO. NC13-023 lowing described property as MINUTES, FORTY SECONDS ED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE 120 you'are entitled, at no cost to THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF of which Is Indicated above. It 05-15-2013
PROJECT DESCRIPTION set forth In said Final EAST ALONG THE NORTHEAST- AND 121, OF THE PUBLIC you,tothe provision of certain THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS Any person or entity claim- 1458
The Nassau County Board Judgment: ERLY LINE OF SAID GRANT, A RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- assistance. Please contact the MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 ing an Interest In the surplus, if -.--..
of County Commissioners is LOT 11, RIVER GLEN, PHASE DISTANCE OF TWOTHOUSAND TY FLORIDA. ADA Coordinator; 330 East Bay DAYSAFTER SALE. any, resulting from the forecdo- LEGAL DEADLINE
sollciting Statements of ONEACCORDING TOTHE PLAT TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Street, Suite 507-C, Jacksonville, If you are a person with a. sure sale, other than the prop- IS NOON FRIDAYS. CALL FOR
Qudlflcatlonsfromprofession- THEREOF AS RECORDED IN AND SIXTEEN HUNDREDTHS INTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROM Florida32202. (904)630-1897 at disablllty who needs any ertyownerasofthedateofUs SPECIAL HOLIDAY DEADLINE
ol firms, registered in the State PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES 263 FEET; RUN THENCE NORTH ONE THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN least 7 days before your accommodation In order to Pendens, must file a claim on INFORMATION 261-3696






10B WEDNESDAY. MAY 15.2013/News- Leader



LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the decedent's estate must RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE OF A methods: Phone No. 904-430- FL on the 18th day of June. AXXX-YX of the Fourth Judicial Dated at Fernandina Florida, this 8th day of May,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF file their claims with this Court GRADED ROAD; THENCE 2564; Fox (904) 630-1146; 2013. between the hours of Circuit in, and for Nassau Beach, Florida, this 6th day of 2013.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER NORTH 85 DEGREES 56 MIN- TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770 11:00 am. and 200 p.m. The County, Florida. I will sell to the May 2013. John A. Crawford
IN AND FOR THE DATE OF FIRST.PUBLICA- UTES 38 SECONDS WEST 340.21 (Florida Relay Service). E-Mail Clerkof Court's Office Policy is highest and best bidder for John A. Crawford Clerk of the Circuit Court -
NASSAU COUNTY TION OF THIS NOTICE. FEET ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF crtintrp@coj.net. to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m. cash at the Nassau County Clerk of the Circuit Court By:/s/ Amanda Steam
CIVIL DIVISION ALLCLAIMSAND DEMANDS WAY THENCE NORTH 04 Dated this 6th day of May. JOHN A. CRAWFORD Courthouse, 76347 Veterans By:/s/ Amanda Stearn Deputy Clerk
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA- NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- DEGREES 03 MINUTES 21 SEC- 2013. NASSAU COUNTY Way, Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 Deputy Clerk AMERICANS WITH DISABIU-
000450-AXXX-YX ER BARRED. ONDS EAST 383.00 FEET; JOHN A. CRAWFORD CLERK OF COURT A.M. on the 17th day of July. AMERICANS WITH DISABIU- TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE: INDI-
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA.INC., The date of first Publication of THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT RHODA GOODWIN. 2013, the following described TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE: INDI- VIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES .
Plaintiff, this Notice is May 15th 2013. 19 MINUTES 36SECONDS EAST, By: /s/ Amanda Stearn DEPUTY CLERK property as set forth in said VIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING A REASONABLE .
vs. Attorney for Personal. 315.38 FEET TO THE POINT OF As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with dis- Final Judgment, to wit NEEDING A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO ARTIC-
ELIZABETH BRAMLETT ROUN- Representative: BEGINNING. Van Ness Law Firm PLC ability who needs any accom- LOTS NUMBERED8 AND 9 OF ACCOMMODATION TO PAR- IPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
TREE A/K/A ELIZABETH B. ROUN- KATHRYN KNEE, Esquire ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN 1239 E. Newport Center modation in order to partici- LONG POINT 1, ACCORDING TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE COURT -
TREE: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Florida Bar No.: 849571 INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS OFTHE Drive #110 pate in this proceeding, you TO PLAT, THEREOF RECORDED SHOULD CONTACT THE COURT ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE. AS .
EUZABETH BRAMLETT ROUN- KATHRYN KNEE, PA SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 areentitled, atnocosttoyou IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 85-89 ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE AS SOONAS POSSIBLE.TELEPHONE :
TREE A/K/A ELIZABETH B. ROUN- 1027 South 8th Street PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE' Phone (954) 571-2031 to the provision of certdnassis- OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF SOON AS POSSIBLE.TELEPHONE (904) 630-2564; OR, IF HEAR
TREE: ISAAC ROUNTREE: IF LIV- Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE Fax (954) 571-2033 tance. Please contact the NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA .(904) 630-2564: OR, IF HEAR- ING IMPAIRED, 1-800-955-8771
ING, INCLUDING ANY (904) 491-1781 A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER Pleadings@vanlawfl.com ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- Any person claiming an ING IMPAIRED, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); OR 1-800-955-8770 (V)
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID Personal Representative:. THE SALE. Any person claiming an 4600 press 0, at least 7 days interest in the surplus from the (TDD); OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) VIA FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE.
DEFENDANT(S), IF REMARRIED, EDWARD R. ZAHN If you are a person with a Interest in the surplus from the before your scheduled court sale, if any, other than the VIA FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE. 2t 05-15-22-2013
AND IF DECEASED,THE RESPEC- 1117 Marquette Ave. S. disability who needs any sale, If any, other than the appearance, or immediately property owner as of the date 2t 05-15-22-2013 1462
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, #1107 accommodation in order to property owner as of the date upon receiving this notifica- of the Us Pendens must file a 1457 .----------
DEVISEES, GRANTEES. Minneapolis, MN 55403 participate in this proceeding, of Us Pendens must file a daim tion if the time before the claim within 60.days after the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, 2t 05-15-22-2013 you are entitled, at no cost to within sixty-(60) days after the scheduled appearance Is less sale. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND 1447 you, to the provision of certain sale. than 7 days: if you are hearing If you are a person with a IN AND FOR IN AND FOR
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIM- -....-. assistance please contact the 2t05-15-22-2013 or voice impaired, call 711. disability who needs an NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTI, FLORIDA
ING BY THROUGH, UNDER OR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ADA Coordinator at crtin- 1451 4t 05-15-22-29-2013 & 06-05- accommodation In order to CASE NO.: 12 CA 272 CIVIL DIVISION
AGAINST THE-NA/MED DEFEN- THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. trp@coj.net or (904) 630-?564 ---2013 access court facilities or par- SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUITY, CASE NO.:
DANT(S); UNKNOWN TENANT IN AND FOR at least 7 days before your BOARD OF COUNTY 1453 ticipate in a court proceed- INjC.,formerlyAMERICAN GEN- 45-2010-CA-000165- -
#1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2: NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA schedded court appearance, -COMMISSIONERS .......... ing, you are entitled, at no cost ERAL HOME EQUITY, INC., AXXX-YX
Defendant(s) CIVIL DIVISION or immediately upon receiv- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE to you, to the provision of cer- Plaintiff, DEUTSCHE BANK NAfIONAL
NOTICE OF SALE '. CASE NO: ing this notification if the time INVITATION TO BID (ITB) 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, tain assistahce.To request such v' TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE "
Npotice is hereby given that, 45-2010-CA-000085- before the scheduled appear- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN AND FOR NASSAU an accommodation, please ANTHONY PRIDGEN, et al, FOR THE HARBOR VIEW MORT-
pursuant to a Find Summary AXXX-YX ance Is less than 7 days; If you that the Board of County COUNTY, FLORIDA contact Court Administration Defendants. GAGE TRUST FUND 2006-9
Judgment of Foreclosure ONEWEST BANK F.S.B., are hearing or voice impaired, Commissioners of Nassau CASE NO. at least three business days NOTICE OF SALE TRUST FUND -
entered in the above-styled Plaintiff, call 711. County, Florida invites sealed '45-201 1-CA-000633- prior to the required service Notice is hereby given that, Plaintiff,
- cause, in the Circuit Court of vs. Dated this 6th day of May. bids for: JPMORGAN .CHASE BANK,. by using one of the following pursuant to an order or a final vs.
Nassau County, Florida, I will RETA K ROBERTS: -MORTGAGE 2013. GROUNDWATER AND SUR- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, methods: Phone (04) 630- judgment ..of foreclosure CINDY SWARTS; MICHAEL
sell the property situated in ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION JOHN A. CRAWFORD FACE WATER MONITORING Plahtiff, 2564: Fax (904) 630-1146; entered in the above-cap- SWARTS; BELLS RIVER ESTATES
Nassau County, Florida, SYSTEMS INCORPORATED AS Clerk of The Circuit Court SERVICES FOR WEST NASSAU vs. TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770 tioned action, I will sell the HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION, -
described as: NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGEIT, By: /s/ Amanda Stearn LANDFILL LOFTON 'CREEK PATTERSON, MICHAEL (Florida Relay Service). E-Mail property situated in Nassau INC.; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
LOTS 21 AND 22 PHILLIPS INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT(S); IN Deputy Clerk 'LANDFILL AND BRYCEVILLE JASON, et. al. crtintrp@coj.net. County, Florida, described as: REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INCOR-
MANOR SECTION 12 TOWN- POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Submitted by: -- LANDFILL Defendants. Datedcthls 6th day of May, All that certain land situate PORATED AS A NOMINEE FOR
SHIP 2 NORTH RANGE 28 EAST PROPERTY Choice Legal Group. RA. BID NUMBER NC13-026 NOTICE OF 2013.. In Nassau County, Florida viz: COUNTRYWIDE, BANK N.A;
ACCORDING TO THE-PLAT Defendants. 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 For detailed information FORECLOSURE SALE John A. Crawford LOT 15AND THE EASTTEN UNKNOWN TENANT(S); IN POS-
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT NOTICE OF Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 regarding the bid due date NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Clerk of the Circuit Court FEET OF LOT 14 AND THE WEST SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
BOOK 2 PAGE 78 OF THE PUB- FORECLOSURE SALE Telephone: (954) 453-0365 and bid requlrementp for this pursuant to an Order or Final Clerk bf Court for Nassau 32 FEET OF LOT 14 CASHEN PROPERTY,
LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 ITB, please visit the Nassau Judgment entereC In Case 'County. PARK. A SUBDIVISION PLAT Defendants.
COUNTY FLORIDA. pursuant to Final Judgment of Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 County's website at No. 45-2011 -CA-000633-AXXX- By:'/s/ Sue Powell BOOK 2, PAGE 49, AND BEING NOTICE OF
A/K/A Foreclosure dated the 3rd day 2t 05-15-22-2013 http://www.nassaucountyfl.co YX of the Circuit Court of the Deputy Clerk DESCRIBED,' IN OFF}CIAL FORECLOSURE SALE
1691 Philips Manor Rd of May,.2013 and entered, in 1449 m or contact the Contract 4TH Judicial Circuit in NASSAU Menina E. Cohen, Esq. RECORDS 'BOOK 346, PAGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Case No. 45-2010-CA-000085- ---------- Management Department at County, Florida, wherein, -Florida Bar# 14236 242 PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS-, pursuant to Final Judgment of .;
at public sale, to the high- AXXX-YX of the Circuit Court of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 904-491,-7377. Proposal infor- JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, Ablitt/Scotield, PC. SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Foreclosure dated the7th day .
-est and best bidder for cash, the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, mation is alsQ available at NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, The Blackstone Building at public-sale, to he'hlgh- of May, 2013, and entered in
At the westdoor of the Nassau for Nassau County Florida, IN AND FOR http://www.demandstar.com. Plaintiff, and, PATTERSON, 100 south Dixie'Highway, est and best bidder for cash, at Case.No.45-2010-CA-000165-
County Judicial Annex(76347 wherein, ONEWEST BANK, FS.B. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ATTEST: MICHAEL JASON, et. al., a're Suite 200 Main entrance to. Nassau AXXX-YX, of iheCircuit Court of
Veterans Way Yulee, FL 32097, is the Plaintiff and RETA K. CIVIL DIVISION JOHN A. CRAWFORD Defendants. I will sell to the West Palm Beach, FL 33401 County Judicial Annex, 76347 the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and
County, Florida, at 11:30 a.m.,' ROBERTS: MORTGAGE ELEC- CASE NO: EX-OFFICIO CLERK highest bidder for cash at, Primary E-Mail: Veterans Way,Yutee, Florida, In for Nassau County, Florida,
on June 10,2013. TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- 452010CA00 DANIELB. LEEPER NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, p!eadings@acdlaw.com accordancewithChapter45, wherein, DEUTSCHE BANK
Any person claiming an TEMS INCORPORATED AS METUFE HOME LOANS, A DIVI- CHAIRMAN 76347,VEERAN'SWAYYULEE, FL Secondary E-Mail: mco- Florida Statutes, at 11:30 a.m. NATIONALTRUST COMPANY AS
ihterest in the surplus from the NOMINEE- FOR MbORTWAGEIT. 'SION OF METLIFE BANK N.A., BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 32 97 at the hour of, on the hen@acdlaw.com on the 20th day of June, 2013, TRUSTEE FOR THE HARBOR VIEW
sale, i any, other than the INC. and UNKNOWN TEN- Plaintiff,' MISSIONERS 10dayoune2013,thefol- Toll Free: (561) 422-4668 That anypersoncdming an' MORTGAGE TRUST FUND.2006-
property owner as of the date ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE vs NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA lowing described property: Facsimile: (561) 249-0721 Interest in the surplus from the 9, is the Plaintiff and CINDY '.
of the lis pendens must file a SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen- GLENN D. WiLSON; COMPASS 1t 05-15-2013 A PORTION OF SECTION 4Z Counsel for Plaintiff sale, if any, other, than the SWARTS; MICHAEL: SWARTS;
claim within 60 days after the dants. The Clerk of this Court BANK; FEDERAL TRUST BANK; 1461 TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE. 2t05-15-22-2013 .. property owner as of the date BELLS RIVER ESTATES HOME-
sale., shall sell to the highest and THE COLONY ASSOCIATION OPF ---- 25 EAST NASSAU COUNTY, 1455 f the lis pe'dens must file a OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
Witness, my hand and seal best bidder for cash at the, AT NASSAU COUNTY, INC.; SHIRLEY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. BEING ALSO A POR- --------. ,claim within 60 days after the MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG-
of tiis courton the 6th day of THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE' G. WILSON: UNKNOWN TEN- THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TION OF THE OLD SEABOARD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sale. ISTRATION SYSTEMS INCORPO-
May, 2013. NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE IN AND FOR AIRLINE RAILROAD (A 120.0 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand and seal of RATED AS A NOMINEE FOR
John A. Crawford 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, SUBJECT PROPERTY NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY NOW 'IN AND FOR NASSAU said Court on 5-9 3., COUNTRYWIDE BANK, .N.A;
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT FL 32097,11:30 AM on the 20th Defendahts. CIVIL DIVISION ABANDONED) AND A POR- COUNTY.,FLORIDA JOHN A. CRAWFORD. UNKNOWNTENANT(S); IN POS-
By: /s/Amanda Stearn day of June, 2013,see the fol- NOTICE OF CASE NO: TIONOFTHE LANDS DESCRIBED CIVIL ACTION CLERK CIRCUIT COURT SESSION, OF THE SUBJECT '.
Deputy Clerk lowing described property as FORECLOSURE SALE 2011-CA-667 IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK CASE NO.: By: /s/Sue Powell '., PROPERTY are defendants.The
THIS iNSTRUMENT PREPARED BY: set forth in said Final NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUC- 211, PAGE 229 OF THE PUBUC 45-2012-CA-000137. Deputy Clerk : Clerk of this Court shal sell td
Law ofrices of Judgment, to wit: pursuant to Final Judgment of CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- DIVISION: A Sidney E. Lewis, PA. the highest and best bidder
Daniel C. Consuegra ALLTHAT CERTAIN LOT. PIECE Foreciosure dated the 3rd day HOME LOANS SERVICING,'LP 'TY FLORIDA. SAID 'PORTION WELLS FARGO BANK NA '. Attorney for Plaintiff for cash at the, AT THE MAIN
9204 King Palm Drive OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE> of May, 2013 and, entered in' F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE; HOME BEING MORE PARTICULARLY Plaintiff; 300 W.Adars Street.Suite 300 ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
Tampa, FL3361.9-1328 LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY Case No. 45-2010-QA-000085- LOANS SERVICING LP DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR vs. Jacksonville, Florida 32202 JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET-
Attorneys for Plaintiff. OF FERNANDINA BEACH, (FOR- A)00(-YXof the Circuit Court of Plaintiff,. A POINT OFREFERENCE COM- JOHN C.TINER, JR, eta, .6 (904)355-9003 ERANS WAY YULEE, tL 32097,
Americans with Disabilities Act MERI~ NAMED FERNANDINA), the 4TH Judicial Circuit in ahd vs. MENCE AT SOUTHWEST COR- Defendant(s). 2t 05-15-22-2013- 11:30 AM on the 20 day of.:
(ADA) COUNTY OF NASSAU AND for Nassau County, Florida. ROBERTA L CHASE:; HERON NER OF THE SOUTHEAST ONE- NOTICE OF 1460 June, 2013, see the following .
If you are a person with a STATE OF FLORIDA AND BEING wherein, JPMORGAN CHASE ISLES OWNERS ASSOCIATION, QUARTER OF SECTION 42, FORECLOSURE SALE .- described property as seforth'
disability who .needs any FURTHER DESCRIBED ACCORD- BANK, NATIONAL AS.OCIA-' INC.; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC AFOREMENTIONED: AND RUN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN THE COUNTY COURT, ih said Final Judgmpnt, to wit5 -
accommodation In order to ING TO THE OFFICIAL MAP.OR TiON, isthe Plaintiff and GLENN REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, NORTH 00 DEGREES 57'05" pursuant to a Findal Judgment FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LOT16, BELLS RIVER ESTATES,
.partiipate Inthis proceeding, PLAT OF SAID CITY (AS UTHO- D. WILSON: COMPASS BANK INCORPORATED,,. ACTING WEST ALONG THE WESTERLY of .Mortgage Foreclosure IN AND FOR NASSAU PHASETHREE,ACCORDINGTO
you are entitled, at no cost to GRAPHED AND ISSUED BY THE FEDERAL TRUST BANK' THE SOLELY AS A NOMINEE FQR UNE OF THE SOUTHEAST ONE- dated May 07, 2013 and. ,COUNTY, FLORIDA THE PLATTHEREOF RECORDED
you,totheprovisionof certain FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPA- COLONY ASSOCIATION OF. COUNTRYWIDE BANK, FSB; QUARTER. OF, SECTION 42 entered in Case No. 45-2012-. CASE NO.45-2012-CA- IN PLAT BOO, 7, PAGES 116,
assistance. Please contactthe NY IN 1857 AND ENLARGED, NASSAU. COUNTY, INC., UNKNOWN TENANT IN, POS- AFORESAID, A DISTANCE OF CA-000137 of the Circuit Court 000264. 117 AND 118, OF THE PUBUC
ADA Coordinator at crin- REVISED AND REISSUED BY THE UNKNOWN, TENANT(S); and SESSION OF THE SUBJECT 583.94 FEETTOTHE CENTERULINE of the FOYRTH Judicial Circuit, MIDFIRST BANK ,RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
trp@coj.riet or (904) 630-2564 FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVEMENT SHIRLEY G.WILSON IN POSSES- PROPERTY' OF THE OLD SEABOARD AIR- In and .for NASSAU Couhty, Plaintiff, TY FLORIDA.
at least 7 days before your' -COMPANY IN 1887 AND 1901) SION OF THE SUBJECT' PROP- Defendants. UNE RAILRCAD RIGHT-OF-WAY Forida wherein, WELLS FARGO vs, ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN
scheduled court appearance. AS; ERTY are defendants.The'Clerk NOTICE OF AFORESAID FORTHE POINT OF BANK'NA, Is the Plaintiff and RICHARD A. OTT: UNKNOWN INTEREST INTHE SURPLUSOFTHE.
or immediately upon receiv- THE SOUTHERLY 81.0 FEET of this Court shall sell to the FORECLOSURE SALE BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT JOHN C. TINER, JR; MONYA SPOUSE OF RICHARD A. OTT; SALE; IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE,
Ing this notification If the time OFTHEWESTERLY 100.0 FEETOF highest ,and best bidder for' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF -BEGINNING .THUS TINER' DEERflELD ACRES PROP- UNKNOWN TENANT 1; PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
before the scheduled appear- LOT 1 BLOCK 254. cash at the, AT THE MAIN pursuant to Final Judgment of DESCRIBED CONTINUE NORTH *ERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION. UNKNOWN TENANT 2: AND ALL DATE OF US'PENDENS MUST FILE
ance is less than 7 days; if you ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Foreclosure dated the 3rd day 00 DEGREES 57'05' WEST INC. are the Defendants, The UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER'-
are hearing or voice impaired, INTEREST.INTHESURPLUSOFTHE. JUDICIAL ANNEX. 76347 VET- of May, 2013 and entered in ALONGT.HE WESTERLY UNEOF' Clerk of the Court will sell to. BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR THE SALE.
cal'711. SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097, Case No. 2011 -CA-667, of the THE SOUTHEAST ONE-QUARTER itfe highest and best bidder AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED If you are a person with a
2t 05-15-22-2013 PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE 11:30 AM on the 20th day of Circuit Court of the 4TH OF SECTION 42, AFOREMEN- for cash at NASSAU JUDICIAL DEFENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) disability who needs any
1445 DATE.pF USPENDENSMUST FLE June, 201'3. see the following Judicial: Circuit In and for TIONED AND ALONG THE ANNEX, 76347.VETERAN'S WAY NOT'KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR accommodation In. order to
.......... A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER describedpropert assetforth Nassau County, Florlda,whefe- WESTERLY LINE OF LANDS YULEE, FLORIDA at 11:30AM, ALIVE, WHETIHR S4ID participatelnthisproceeding,
'INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR"' 'TI I.E. ,."~I i insdF nd Judgment, to wit in. BANK.OF AMERICA, N.A., DESCRIBED IN. OFF ICAL ,'on.the,20th day ofune,20T3, UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS ou are entitled, atnocosttod
NASSAUCOUNTY, FLORIIDA'-"- It'6Lu are aperoan'iitth iF :' T"-UNITTWENTY-THREE(23),THE SUCCESSOR'BtWAT GER TO RECORDS BOOK 211, PAGE209 2' ,this lBw r Aesrl6 trp4'd l i B i] S, AE", outotle provisionofcertain
PROBATE DIVISION disability who needs' any COLONY CONDOMINIUM, BAC HOME LOANSSERVICING, AFOREMENTIONED, A DIS- erty as set forth in said Final ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI- assistance please contactthe
FILE NO.: 13-CP-94 accommodation in order to ACCORDING TO DECLARA- LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME. TANCEOF 157.62 FEET; THENCE Judgment: TORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR ADA Coordinator at crtin-
DIVISION: A participate In thls.proce.eding. .TION OF CONDOMINIUM LOANS SERVICING LP is the NORTH 67 DEGREES 45'15" LOT 36, DEERFIELD ACRES, OTHER .CLALMANTS;: UNITES trp@coj.net pr (904) 630-2564
:IN RE: ESTATE OF you are entitled, at no cost to. 'RECORDED 'IN OFFICIAL Plaintiff and ROBERTA L CHASE' 'EAST DEPARTING SAID WEST- ACCORDING TO PLATTHEREOF STATES OF AMERICA DEPART- at least 7 days before your
NANCY M. MOODY, youtothepirovision of certdn RECORDS BOOK 653. PAGE 712 HERON ISLES OWNERS ASSO- ERLY LINE, A.DISTANCE OF RECORDED IN PLAT. BOK 5, MENT OF HOUSING. AND scheduledcourtappearance,
Deceased. assistance please contact the THROUGH 782, AS AMENDED CIATION, INC.; 'MORTGAGE 251.13 FEET TO THE WESTERLY PAGES 299' AND 300, PUBLIC "URBAN DEVELOPMENT or immediately upon receiv-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ADA Coordinator at crtin- IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A 30.0 RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- Defendants. .ing this notification if the time.
The administration of the trp@coj:net or (904) 630-2564 662 PAGE. 20. OF THE PUBlJC SYSEMS, INCORPORATED,ACT- FOOT EASEMENT AS TY, FLORIDA. NOTICE OF SALE. before the scheduled appear- ,
estate of NANCY M. MOODY, at least .7 days before your RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- ING SOLELY AS' A NOMINEE DESCRIBEDIN DEED BOOK 87, A/K/A54059JESSICA PLACE, Notice Is hereby given that, ance Isless than 7 days; If you
deceased, File Number 13-CP- scheduled court appearance, TY FLORIDA. FOR COUNTRYWIDE BANK FSB PAGE 40 OF THE PUBLIC' CALLAHAN, FL 32011-7632:, pursuant to. the Final are hearing or.volce impdred,.
94, Is pending in the Circuit or immediately upon'receiv- ANY'PERSON CLAIMING AN -UNKNOWN.TENANT IN POS- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- Any.person clolming .an Judgment dated May 07, call 711. .
'Court for Nassau County, ing this notification if the time INTEREST INTHESURPLUS OFTHE SESSION OF THE SUBJECT TY, FLORIDA (SAID EASEMENT interest in the surplus from the 2013, in this cause, will sell the. Dated this 8th day of May
Rorida,'Probate Division, the before the scheduled appear- SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY are defendants.The BEING KNOWN AS GRESSMAN sale; if any, other than the property situated in NASSAU 2013,
address of which s .Nassau once is less than 7 days: if you PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE Clerk of this Court shall sell to ROAD); THENCE IN A SOUTHER-' property owner as of the date County, Florida, described as: ,JOHN A, CRAWFORD
County Courthouse, 76347 are hearing orvoice impaired, DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE the highest and best bidder LY DIRECTION ALONG SAID of the. Us Pendcrens must file a LOT 10, THE PINES, UNIT 2, Clerk.of The Circuit Court
Veterans'Way Suite. 456, Yuee, call 711. A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYSAFTER for cash at the,.AT THE MAIN RIGHT-OF-WAY AND ALONG .claim within.sixty (60) days ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOE By: /s/ Amanda Steam
Florida 32097. The names and Dated this 6th day of May, THE SALE. ENTRANCE OF -THE NASSAU THE ARQ OF A CURVE CON- after the sale. AS RECORDED IN.PLAT BOOK Deputy Clerk
addresses of the persond rep- 2013. If you are a person with a JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- C.AE TO THE SOUTHWESTERLY, WITNESS MY'HAND and the 5, PAGES 128 AND 129, OF THE Submitted by:
resentative and the personal JOHNA.CRAWFORD disability who needs any ERANS WAY YULEE, FL 32097, HAVING A RADIUS OF 343.49 seal of this Court on May 8th, PUBUC RE.CORS OF NASSAU Choice Legal Group, RA.
'representative's attorney are Clerk of The Circuit Court accommodation in order to 11:30 AM on the 20th day of FEET, PASSING. THROUGH A 2013. ".' COUNTY FLORIDA. LESS AND 1800 NW 49h Street, Suite 120
set forth below. By: /s/ Amanda Stearn participate in this.proceeding, June, 20) 3, see the following CENTRAL ANGLE OF, 9 John A. Crawford EXCEPT: A PART OF LOT 10,THE Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI- Deputy Clerk you are entitled, at no cost to described property asset forth DEGREES 15'58" AN ARC DIS- Clerk of the Circuit Court PINES UNIT 2, AS RECORD ED IN Telephone: (954) 453-0365
FIED THAT: Submitted by: you, to the provision of certain in said Final-Judgment, to wit: TANCE OF 55.53 FEET TO THE By: /s/Amanda Stearn PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 128 AND Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
All creditors of the dece- Choice Legal Group, PA.. assistance please contact the LOT 231 OF HERON ISLES POINT OF TANGENT OF SAID Deputy Clerk 129, OF THE CURRENT PUBUC Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 ,
dent and other persons hav- 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 ADA Coordinator at cotir- PHASE ONE REPLAT, ACCORD- CURVE (THE AFORESAID ARC See Americans wIjtt) -. RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- 2t 05-15-22-2013
ing claims or demands against Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564 ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS HAS A CHORD DISTANCE OF Disabilities Act. TY FLORIDA, IN SECTION, 33, 1463
.decedents estate on whom a .. Telephone: (954) 453-0365 at least 7 days before your RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7, 55.47 FEET THAT BEARS SOUTH, If you are a person with a dis- TOWNSHIP .1 NORTH. RANGE .-.-- -----
copy of this notice is served Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 scheduled.court appearance, PAGES 152155, OF THE PUBLIC 36 DEGREES 45'28- EAST); abilty who needs any accom- 24 EAST, OF SAID COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
must file their claims with this Toli Free: 1-800-441-2438 or Immediately upon Veceiv- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- THENCE SOUTH 32 DEGREES moddtion in order to partici- BEING MORE PARTICULARLY FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 2t05-15-22-2013 Ing this notification If the time TY FLORIDA. 07'29" EAST CONTINUING pate In this proceeding, you DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR' IN AND.FOR NASSAU
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 1448 before the scheduled appear- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ALONG SAIDWESTERLY RIGHT- are entitled, at no cost to you A POINT OF BEGINNING, COM- COUNTY. FLORIDA
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS .......... ance is less than 7 days; itf you INTEREST INTHE SURPLUSOFTHE OF-WAY A DISTANCEOF'94.54 to the provision of pertain assis- MENCE AT THE NORTHWEST' CIVILACTION
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'THE are hearing orvoice Impalred. SALE'IF ANY OTHER THAN THE FEET TOWHERESAID RIGHT-OF- tance please ontact the cir-- CORNER OF SAID LOT 10, SAID CASE NO.:
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, call 711. PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE WAY IS INTERSECTED BY THE cult court at (904) 321-5709. POINT LYING ON THE EASTERLY 45-2012-CA-000274
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON INANDFOR Dated this 6th day of May, DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE CENTERLINE OF THE OLD 2105-15-22-2013 RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE OF STATE DIVISION: A
THEM. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 2013. A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER SEABCARDAIRUINE RAILROAD 1456 ROAD 200 (U.S. 301, A 60.960 BANK OF AMERICA, NA.,SUC-'
All other creditors of the CIVIL DIVISION JOHN A.CRAWFORD THESALE. AFOREMENTIONED; THENCE .. .---- METER (200.00,FOOT) RIGHT-' CESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC
decedent and persons hay- CASE NO: Clerk of The Circuit Court .. If you are a person with a SOUTH 67 DEGREES 45'15- IN THE COUNTY COURT, OF-WAY AS NOW ESTAB- HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP
Ingclalnsordemandsagdainst 45-2010-CA-000648- By: /s/Sue Powell disability who needs any WEST ALONG SAID CENTER- FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. LISHED); THENCE SOUTH 52 FKA COUNTRYWIDE IOMES
the decedent's estate must AXXX-YX Deputy Clerk accommodation in order to LINE, A DISTANCE OF 339.10 IN AND FOR NASSAU DEGREES 22'45", EAST, LEAV- LOANS SERVICING LR.
file their claims with this Court WELLS FARGO BANK NA Submitted by: participate ihn this proceeding, FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- COUNTY, FLORIDA ING SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF- Plaintiff,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER Plaintiff, Choice Legal Group, PA. you are entitled, at no cost to NING CASE NO. 45-2011-CA- WAY LINE, AND ALONG THE vs.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA- vs. 1800 NW49thStreet, Suite 120 youtotheprovislonofcertain Any person claiming an 000640 :.. NORTHERLY ULINE OF SAID LOT PATRICIA EZZELL etal,
TION OF THIS NOTICE. RANDY RKELLY; ROBIN A KELLY; Fort Lquderdale, Florida 33309 assistance please contact the interest In the surplus from the .'HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL 10, A DISTANCE OF 9.668 Defendant(s), .
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS UNKNOWN TENANT(S); IN POS- Telephone: (954) 453-0365 ADA Coordinator at crtirn- sale. If any other thah the ASSOCIATION, ASTRUSTEE FOR METERS (31.72 FEET): THENCE NOTICEOF
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- SESSION. OF THE SUBJECT Fa9simile: (954)771-6052 trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564 property owner as of the date THE HOLDERS.OF THE CERTIFI- SOUTH 18 DEGREES 40'04" FORECLOSURE SALE '
ER BARRED. PROPERTY Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 at least 7 days before your of the Us Pendens must file a CGATES ISSUED BY DEUTSCHE WEST, ALONG A UNE PARALLEL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -
The date of first Publication of Deferndants. . 2t 05-15-22-2013 scheduled court appearance, 'claim within sixty (60) days ALT-A SECURITIES MORTGAGE WITH AND LYING 9.144 METERS pursuanttoa RFinal Judgment .
thislotice is May 15th, 2013. NOTICEOF 1450 or immediately, upon receliv- after the sale. LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2006-AR3 (3.00 FEET) EASTERLYOF WHEN of Mortgage Foreclosure
Attorney for. Personal FORECLOSURE SALE .. ---- Ing this notification if the time, DATED this 6th day of Plaintiff, MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES dated April 29, 2013 and
Representative: NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN INITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE beforethescheduled appear- May 2013. vs. TO SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-OF- entered In Case No.45-2012- ',
SKATHRYNKNEE, Esquire. pursuanttoFinalJudgmentof' FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, ancelslessthan7days;ifyou John A Crawford CHARLES W. 'HOWARD, JR.: WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF CA-000274ofthe CirculitCourt'
RForida Bar No.: 849571 Forelosiredatedthe3rd day INANDFOR arehearingor voice Impaired. Clerk Circuit Court CLAIRE W. HOWARD: 28.136 METERS (92.31 FEET); of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
SKATHRYN KNEEPA. of May 2013 and entered in NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA \call 711. By: /s/Sue Powell UNKNOWN -TENANT 1;' THENCE NORTH 66 DEGREES in and for NASSAU County ,
1027 South 8th Street Case No. 45-2010-CA-000085- CASE NO: 2012-CA-000632 Dated this 6th day of May, Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL 21'25" WEST, A DISTANCE OF Florida wherein, NATIONSTAR
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 AXXX-YX, of the Circuit Court of BANK OF AMERICA. N.A., 2013. '. If you are a person with a UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING 9.179 METERS (30.11 FEET)TO A MORTGAGE LLC, Is the Plaintiff
(904) 491-1781 the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and 'Plaintiff, JOINA. CRAWFORD disability who needs any BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR POINT ON SAID EASTERLY and PATRICIA EZZELL' COM-.
Personald.Representative: tor Nassau County, Florida, vs. Clerk of The Ciroult Court accommodation in order to AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED RIGHT-OF-WAY: THENCE NORTH PASS BANK' are the
THOMAS J. MOODY wherein, ONEWEST BANK ES.B. RANDALL R` BARTELL A/K/A By:/s/Sue Powell participate In this proceeding, DEFENDANT(S), WHO (IS/ARE) 18 DEGREES 40'04" EAST, Defendants. The Clerk of the -
5242 Sea Chase Drive is thi Plaintiff and RETA K. RANDALL BARTELL ET.AL. Deputy Clerk you gre entitled atno costt6 NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT- Court will sell to the highest
Unit 3. ROBERTS; MORTGAGE .ELEC- Defendants Submitted by: you, To the provision of certdn ALIVE, WHETHER SAID OF-WAY ULINE, A DISTANCE OF and best bidder for cash at
Amella Island, FL 32034' TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Law Offices of assistance Please contactthe UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS 30,480 METERS (100.00 FEET TO NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,
2t05-15-22-2013 TEMS INCORPORATED AS. SALE Marshall C.Watson. PA. Clerk of the Court's disability HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, .
1446 NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGEIT," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 coordinator at COURT ADMIN- ASSIGNEES, ULENORS, CRiEDI- TOGETHER WITH'ALLRIGHTS OF' FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the -
--- INC. and UNKNOWN TEN- pursuant to a Final Judgment Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 ISTRATION.7637 VETERANS WAY TORS, TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR INGRESS, EGRESS, LIGHT, AIR 4th day of June, 2013. the fol-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE of Foreclosure dated May 3, Telephone: (954) 453-0365 YULEE.FL32097 904630-2564 at OTHER CLAIMANTS; AMELIA AND VIEW BEIWEEN. THE lowing described'property as .
SNASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen- 2013,and entered InCase No. Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 least 7"days before your NATIONAL PROPERTY OWNERS GRANTOR'S REMAINING set forth in said Findal
PROBATE DIVISION dants: The Clerk of this Court 2012-CA-000632. of the Circuit' Toll Free:.1-800-441-2438 scheduled court appearance ASSOCIATION, INC.; CITIBANK PROPERTY:AND ANY FACILITY Judgmeht
FILENO.: 13-CP-61 shall sell to the highest and Court of the Fourth Judicial 2t105-15-22-2013 or immediately upon recelv- NATIONALASSOCIATION,.SUC- CONSTRUCTED'ONTHEABOVE THE SOUTH 55 FEET OF THE
DIVISION;'A best bidderfor cash atthe, AT Circuit In and for NASSAU 1452 ing this notification if the time CESSOR BY MERGER TO DESCRIBED PROPERTY LESS NORTH 59 FEET OF LOT NUM-
IN RE: ESTATE OF THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE County, Florida. BANK OF .----- beforethe scheduled appear- CITIBANK FEDERAL SAVINGS THAT PARCELOF LAND CON- BERED EIGHT (8).ACCORDING
CHARLES G.ZAHN, NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, AMERICA, N.A. (hereafter NOTICE OF APPLICATION ance Is less thah 7days; If you BANK VEYED TO STATE OF FLORIDA TO REPLAT OF SORENSEN TER-
Deceased. 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, "Plaintiff"),is Plaintiff and RAN- FOR TAX DEED are hearing impaired, call 711. Defendants. DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- RACE, RECORDED IN PLAT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FL32097,11:30AMonthe20th DALL R. BARTELL AK/A RAN- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 2105-15-22-2013 NOTICE OF SALE PORTATION RECORDED IN BOOK2, PAGES59, OFTHE PUJB-
The administration of the day of June, 2013, see The fol- DALL BARTELL; KATHERINE E. US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE LIEN 1454 Notice Is herebygiventhat, OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
estate of CHARLES G. ZAHN. lowing described property as BARTELL A/K/A KATHERINE The holder of the following .......... pursuant to the Final 1176. PAGE 1700. TOGETHER COUNTY FLORIDA.
deceased. File Number 13-CP-' set forth in said Final BARTELL A/K/A KATHERINE certificate(s)hasfiledsald cer- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Judgment dated May 06, WITH A 2003 FLEETWOOD RV, A/K/A 112 N 14TH STREET, .
61, is pending in the Circuit Judgment, to wit: '' ESTHER AUKENS; DEERFIELD tificate(s)forataxdeedtobe FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, 2013, in this cause, willsell the INC. MOBILE HOME LOCATED FERNANDINABEACH, FL32034
Court for Nassau County, "EXHIBIT"A" 'ACRES PROPERTY OWNERS issued thereon.The certificate IN AND FOR property situated In NASSAU THEREON AS A PERMANENT Any person claiming an
Florida, Probate Division, the ALL THOSE CERTAIN LOTS, ASSOCIATION, INC., are defen- number(s)' and year of NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA County, Florida, described as: FIXTURE AND AN APPURTENCE Interest In the surplus fromi the
address of which Is Nassau PIECESAND PARCELSOF LAND donts..I will sell to the highest Issuance, the description of CIVIL DIVISION LOT 13, AMEULIA NATIONAL THERETO, VIN .NUMBER -sale, If any, other than- the
County* Courthouse, 76347 SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN and best bidder for cash at the property, andthename(s) CASE NO.:45-2010-CA- UNIT ONE ACCORDING TO GAFL275A74039BP21, TITLE propertyowner asofthedate
Veterans'WaySiSuteA456,Yuee, SECTION 37 (WILLIAM SPARK- the front entrance of the In which it.is assessed are as 000184-AXXX-YX PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED NUMBER 86796932 AND VIN of the Us Pendens must file a
Florida 32097.The names and 'MAN GRANT) TOWNSHIP 3 Judicial Annex, at 11:30 a.m., follows: U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGES 48 NUMBER GAFL275B740398P21, claim within sixty (60) .days -.
addresses of the persondal rep- NORTH, RANGE 24 EAST. 'NAS- on the 6th day of June, 2013, File Number: 2013-017-TD ATION (SUCCESSOR TO BANK THROUGH 71, OF THE PUBUC TITLE NUMBER 86797059, BOTH after the sale.
resentative and the personal SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND the followingdiescribed prop- Certificate Number 290 OF AMERICA N.A. SUCCES- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- TITLES OF WHICH HAVE BEEN WITNEiS MY HAND ad the
representative's attorney are BEING PART OF THE LAND erty as set forth in said final Parcel Number SOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE TY, FLORIDA. RETIRED. seal of this Court on.April 29th, -
setforthbelow. DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL judgment, to wit: 33-4N-23-0000-0007-0020 BANKNA.),ASTRUSTEE ON a/k/a 95375 BERMUDA a/k/a 12709 US HIGHWAY 2013. .
ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI- RECORDS BOOK 249, PAGE LOT 24, DEERFIELD ACRES, Yearof Issuance: 2010 BEHALF OF THE HOLDERS OF DRIVE. FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 301, BRYCEVIL.LE. FL32009-1945 John A.Crawford
FIEDTHAT: 234. IN THE PUBUC RECORDS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT Description of Property: PT OF THETHORNBURG MORTGAGE .32034 atpublic sde onJune 11,.2013, Clerk of the Circuit Court
All creditors of the dece- OF. NASSAU COUNTY AND THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT SE1/4OFSW1/4PTOR579PG SECURITIES TRUST 2008-1 at public sdale on June 10, ateleventhirty o'clocka.m., at By:/s/Tracy Poore
dent and other persons hav- BEING MORE PARTICULARLY BOOK5, PAGES299-300,OFTHE 64 MORTGAGE LOAN PASS- 2013, at eleven thirty o'clock the Nassau County Judicial Deputy Clerk
ing claimsordemandsagdinst DESCRIBED BY METES AND PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU Assessed To: TOMMY E THROUGH CERTIFICATES, a.m., at the Nassau County Annex, 76347 Veterans Way, See Americans with
decedents estate on whom a BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: COUNTY, FLORIDA. STEEDLEY PENNY STEEDLEY SERIES 2008-1 Judicial Annex, 76347 Veterqns Yulee, FL 32097, to the highest Disabilities Act
copy of this notice, is served FROM A POINT OF REFER- If you are d person with a All of the above property is Plaintiff, Way Yulee, FL 32097, to the bidder for cash, except as pre- If you are a person with a dis--
must file their claims with this ENCEATTHE NORTHEASTCOR- disability who needs any located In Nassau County, In vs. highestbidderforcash except scribed in paragraph 4, in abilitywhoneedsanyaccom-
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF NER OF SAID SECTION 37; accommodation in order to the State .of RFlorida. C BRETT CARTER, ET. AL, as prescribed In paragraph 4, accordance with Section modation in order to partici-
THREE MONTHS AFTERTHE DATE THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 24 participate in this proceeding, Unless such certificate(s) Defendant(s), in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statues. pate in this proceeding, you
OF FIRST PUBULICATION OF THIS MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST, you are entitled, at no cost to shall be redeemed according NOTICE OF 45.031, RFlorida Statues. Any person claiming an are entitled, at no cost to you,
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER 715.35 FEET ALONG THE EAST- you, to the provision of certdn to law, the property described FORECLOSURE SALE Any person claiming an interest In the surplus from the to the provision of certdn assis-
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A ERLYUNE OF SAID SECTION 37 assistance.Torequestsuchan in such certificate or certlfl- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Interestin the surplus fromthe sale, if any. other than the tance please contact the cir-
COPY OF THIIS NOTICE ON TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING: accommodation,please con- cafes will be sold to the pursuant to an Order of Final sale, If any, other than the propertyowner at of the date cult court at (904) 321-5709.
THEM. THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 00 tact Court Administration at Highest Bidder at the MAIN Summary Judgment of property ovinerasof the date of the lis Pendens must file a 2t 05-08-15-2013 "
All other creditors atof the DEGREES 24 MINUTES 40 SEC- least three busir ess days prior ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Foreclosure dated the 6th day of the Us Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the 1415
decedent and persons hav- ONDS WEST, 415.33 FEETTOAN to the required service by COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, of May 2013 and entered in claim within 60 days after the sale. .---.
ing claims or demands against IRON ON THE NORTHERLY using one of the following 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, Case No. 45-2010-CA-000184- sale. Dated at Fernrandina Beach. Cal 261-3696 for deadlines.









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SEMI RETIRED ELECTRICIAN * * PARKWAY SOUH 4BR split plan, VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE 1428 Lime
Small jobs welcomed. (904)583-1465 GARAGE SALE Fri. 5/17 & Sat. 5/18, formal DR, 2.SBA, Ig granite/tile kit- Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well St. Approx. 375 sq. ft. Share common
8am-2pm. Furniture, household goods, chen, FP, crown molding, near beach. 1BR WATERFRONT Cozy. Great furnished, majestic views. Peaceful. area & bathroom between 4 offices.
EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT Call exercise equipment, & more. 86061 $389,650. Owner (516)983-8670. fishing off dock. No smoking. Available $550 a week. Call (904)757-5416. $350/mo. Call (904)610-2826 or email
Jessica 310-5588 for: baby sitting, pet. Evergreen Place (Hickory Village). June 1st. (904)703-4265 moorekal7@aol.com
sitting, housekeeping. Good
references, great rates...8 Waterfrnt OCEANFRONT 1BR/1BA CONDO 866 Wanted to Rent
r60f Arteclses g Sale 6Wn AT BEACH 1BR $200wk + dep. inc with swim & tennis, Wi-Fi, all utilities,
OCEANFRONT LOT in Jacksonville s. ALSO remod'ld 2&3BR SWMH in gated Monthly or weekly rates. Call SINGLE, RETIRED, PROFESSIONAL
OCEANFRONT LOT in Jacksonville park starting $175wk + utils + dep. (904)556-5162. FEMALE, D seks PRor Estu ioat/cndo
FOR SALE GE electnric washer & Beach. Zoned multi-family 4-plex. 3/1 HOUSE $895/mo. 261-5034 FEMALE seeks 1BR or studio apt./ condo
dryer, $500. Electric stove w/coll Ready to build on. $675,000. (904) for long term rental. Call (904) 206-2465,
burners, $400. 1 year old. Call 868-2150 Broker/Owner. OCEANVIEW3R A and 2 1BA___ _
503(904)261-2669. OCEANVEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA
Calij (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre, ANA
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call 856 ApAm Realtor, for special rates.
40 GOLDFISH Free to a good home. POOL TABLE One in slate top, has (904) 261-4066 for information. C.H.
4 G ength. Take some or all. the accessories plus several cue Lasserre, Realtor. ,- 91Atb i
4"average length. Take some or all, stcs $500 (904)55-1740s
(904)624-0812 sticks, $500. (904)7-.1740I
POS OA PS (0)7-71 6,f c 1984 MERCEDES BENZ 380SL Mint
FREE KITTENS to good home. SELDOM USED BUNK BED Bottom 08POST OAK APTS (904)277-7817 9cond. 78,000 m. Cream color ha top
Males & females. Brown & white tabby. bunk is a full sized and top is twin. ....... -' Affordable living located at 996 brown soft top. All original Pristine.
Call (904)624-3228 Great for boy or girl. Photo available. NORTH HAPTON 4BR/3BA 3 ca Ctrona Dr. Femnandina Beach, FL EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office cocbrownso t A ginal. Pristine
l$225. (904)5224-7989 g e m t mv iO cdn Rent starts at $572 per month, space from 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft. $12,500 (912)816-0835 v msg.
AK5 GO9 REgarage. Immaculate move in condition, Central a/c. 1 & 2 bedroom apts Includes utilities, Internet, common 2001 LEXUS RX300 114,000 miles,
AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES golf, community pool and Outpost. avail. area receptionist, conference room, family owned, pristine condition, white
for sale. Males & females, $650/each. STAIR MASTER & ELLIPTICAL FOR Formal areas, neutral colors, mother-in- TDD Hearing Impaired number #711 break room, & security. For info call gold w/tan leather. $7,500. Call
Ready now. Call (904)415-9231. SALE! Stepmill 7000 PT & Precor EFX law suite. Call for showing: Daune Davis, This institution Is an equal (904)753-4179(
524i. Both are like brand new, both Watson Realty Corp. (904)571-4213 opportunity provider and employer.' 90) (601)672-3824.
were $4,000. new, asking $1200/OBO opportunity provider and employer.
each. May help with delivery. Joanna Equal Housing Opportunity"
206-1116 H ..
206111. _F__________ 2BR/1BA OCEANFRONT APT. I-
FOR SALE TroyBilt portable LAND AUCTION Greenbriar County, $935/mo. + $600 dep. A/C & ceiling .Z. J =41
601 Garage Sales gas/electric generator, $590. Please 'WV. 1,894+/- acres pasture & timber fans, d/w, Ig deck. Water, sewer & Real Estate Inc
call (904) 729-5961. land offered in 24 tracts. Barns & out garbage included. Service animals on- -
COMMUNITY YARD SALE Roses buildings for cattle operations. One ly. (847)639-0648 or ghr56@aol.com www.lasserrerealestate.comn
Bluff. Sat. 5/18, 8am-noon. Chester tract has a beautiful 8BR house
Rd. (3 miles) then left onto Roses Bluff 611 H me Fu ihig w/indoor pool. Open & wooded land
Rd., right into Roses Bluff w/magnificent views. Auction Thurs. I, 1 RESIDENTIAL
neighborhood. Many yard sale items at NG MAHOGANY PLATFORM BED 5/30 in Lewisburg, WV. Woltz & Aso LONG TERM RENTALS
man homes.ins fo Hiu eigs Inc. Roanoke, VA, Real EstateBrokers '
$450.in Espresso finish from Haiku Designs. & Auctioneers (WV#1000). Go to 3BR/2.5BA CONDO Gated, 5 miles 1334 Atlantic Avenue, 3BR/IBA
__________________________ $450. Call 2,77-6574.
GARAGE SALE Misc. household, 2 www.woltz.com or call 800-551-3588 to beach, neutral colors, W/D, garage. $1,100/mo.
antique fum., auto repair manuals. for property &auction details. ANF $1150/mo. + 1 mo. deposit. Service *3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek
Sat. 5/18, 8am-2pm. 96203 Montego 12 Musical Istruments animals only. Call (904)982-9797. 2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garagelworkshop, AMELIA GREEN
Bay (Islesworth S. 14th). Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many other 2BR2.5BA condo townhome.
FREE beautiful Weber Baby Grand AMELIA Spacious 3/2, cathedral bonus's$1,950/mo. Plus utilities. BR2.5BA ondotownhome.
USED BOOK/CURRICULUM SALE Piano, excellent condition. Can arrange R ceilings, SS appliances, granite, gated 1,800 sq.ft. I car garage.
Lots of children's books, educational to have moved for $150 if needed. Call with pool/hot tub. W/D included. Avail.
materials, and teaching aids. Also (904)321-1950. 5/1 .$1100/mo. (904)251-9525 VACATION RENTAL $1,100/mo. Available now.
books for adults, videos, computer .AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
software, CDs, and games for all ages. 852 Mobile Homes 2BR/IBA Ocean-iew.487 S. Fletcher GEDDES LANE
Friday, May 17; 8:00 a.m. to noon; HIGH END V R/2BA In Amelia Park GEDDES LANE -"
pih Baptist Churh 9available June 1. Upgraded throughout Across the street from the beach. All
Springhill Baptist Church 941017 Old RV RENTALS AVAILABLE -t in' a wthaahe grg. $10m. uilw-llV poe 3BR'/2.SBA -townhome. i~n
Nassauville Rd. Sponsored by Nassau ith attached garage. $1400/mo. utlwi-fiTV & phone.
County Home Educators. COIN COLLECTOR/INVESTOR will campground Weekly or monthly. All Please call (904)8746765. *33A townhome in Sandpiper Amelia Park. 2,100 sq.ft. 2 car
pay good prices for your silver coins utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-5577.. a -
(pre-1965). Please call (719)339-4894 Loop $18S0/wk plus taxes & cleaning garage. $1,500/mo.- Available
MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE for details/appointments. AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your FOR LEASE Luxury 3BR/3.5BA. fee. 520/13:
3453 S Fletcher. Sat. 5/18, 9am-lpm. RV to live on a campground for $425/ Ground floor, gated community, FP, 2- 5/20/13.
goodLawn furniture, & mfurnituch more, household1.__ a mo. All utilities included. Ask about car garage, pool. $1695/mo includes COMMERCIAL
~~~Tgood, clothes, & much more.senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. water & cable. Call (912)278-1060. COMMERCIAL JEKYL COURT
_ _ _'850688 US HWY 17,1,210 sqt. build- 3BR/2BA home lose to
* ***.** ,ON ISLAND- Lg remod'Id 3/2 SWMH ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property, 3BR/2BA home close to
SUBDIVISION YARD SALE Multi- in park, $225/wk, $895/mo. ALSO, sm SPACIOUS GROUND LEVEL 2BR/2BA formerly a Nursery with some ot- YMCA 1,100 s car
family. Sat. 5/18, 8am. Kayak, 4- 3/1 house, CH&A, Bailey Rd.& Sunset, in Stoney Creek. W/D included. No
burner gas stove top, Epson wide $900/mo + dep. (904)261-5034 Smoking. $950/mo. Call (954)444-9484. building and a green house still on
format printer, computer monitor, property 6/15/13. .
wheelchair, rniedical supplies, bicycles, 17 FT SEA PRO with trailer, motor pTwo 800sf Offce/Retail spaces, can be
bookcase, BBQ grill, household items like new, custom T-top, dual batteries 3BR/2BA SW 75641 Johnson Lake THE LANDINGS ON AMELIA RIVER -d fo n 1,600 AIA
clothes, toys. Egans Bluff 3, Park dual bait wells, many extras. Call Rd., Yulee. $700/mo. + $700 deposit. large condos overlooking Intercoastal joined for one, 1,600 sq ft space, AA DELOREAN STREET
Square PI. off Simmons Rd. (904)321-1641. Call (478)363-1066. Waterway, 3BR/3.5BA, fireplace, wet next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft +
bar, gated community, pool and parking CAM &Tax 3BR/2BA home in Egan's
CMU TYYR AEoAml1RINL I oagarage. Rent varies by floor, level. Call -Amelia Park Unit B small office (2 Bfuff North. 1,300 sq.ft. 2 car
COMMUNITY YARD SALE on Amelia 1BR SINGLE WIDE on large lot in (904)753-4147 or (904)321-3444 g
Concourse. Sat. 5/18, 9am-5pm & Nassauville. Clean, newer appliances, rooms)withbath,576sq. f$1050/mo. e 1,125/mo. Available
Sun. 5/19, 9am-4pm. Variety of washer/dryer. $500/mo. + $ 300 dd- + sales tax.
houses. Furniture, clothes, home posit. (904)728-4421, leave message. Five Points Village 1,200 sq. f AIA/S ow.
accessories, tools. Something for Pointh S illoue 1 Gra fta -
everyone. Please-come see. BLACKROCK AREA 2BR/1BA 8th St. exposure Great for retail,
Singlewide. $650/mo. + $400 deposit. VISITwww.chaplinw5ilamsrentals. services, or office. $1,200/mo + sales Looking for a Long Term
85912 HADDOCK RD. Thurs., Fri., & Call (904)261-9729. com for. the most recent information tax.Property anager?
Sat., 9am-? New clothes, toys, pools, on Long Term Rentals. Updated Daily. -Amelia Park Unit E (14th St frontage) -
sheets, household, Avon, food,- Select 2007 4BR/2BA on 1 acre. Ready to YULEE "3BR/2BA SW. $775/mo. Chaplin Williams Rentals, The -Area's 910 approx. sq.ft., 3 offices, reception With 150+ properties aid over 30
Number bed, built-in oven, & more, move in. $3,800 down, 30 years @ Water inc. Small dog or service animals Premier Rental Company a
(904)504-7674 3.75%. Only $449.55/mo. + taxes + only,Call (904)501-5999. area, kitchen&bathroom.$1450/mo.+ years of experience we are here
insurances, pending credit approval. utilities. for you. Contact Chuck Lynch for
MOVING SALE Sat. 5/18, 9am-2pm. Call (904)225-0884. 3BR/2.5BATOWNHOME 2184-B First 1839 S. 8th St. adjacent to Huddle
North Hampton, 86134 Eastport Dr. 854 Rooms Ave. $1500/me. Call (912)270-3239. House, 1,800 sq.ft-$1700/mo. lease + more information.
MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979 tax.Sale also considered.
GARAGE SALE Sat. 5/18, 9am-4pm Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/1BA, very good ROOM FOR RENT Includes cable, all
at First Missionary Baptist Church, 20 condition. Have title & ready to move. utilities. $500/mo. + deposit. Back- 9 4 2 1 06 A --Ac
South 9th St. Sponsored by the Nurse's $4,000. (904)583-4459 ground check. (904)982-5850
Guild.
YARD SALE Sat. 5/18, 7am-2pm.
86029 Pages Dairy Rd. (the old Yulee ]k
Middle School). Selling a little bit ofN OA V I B L5 Un t Av ia l
F A1250 sq.ft.
everything. 1* U it>vala l

TWO FAMILIES 5/17 & 18. 534 C0untrys3de Apartments 1250 sq ft.
Plantation Oaks Ter. Bamboo flooring, 1Each unit different floor
TWO~~ EAMLIS-/h uni dif8.en 53floor,,i ,Ap rme t
Craftsman 4ce sweeer, exercise Units FRES plan starting at $1000
equip., coffee tables, lamps, kitchen 2 p Bedroom Unit
knives, 1880 bamboo table,, 1880 Bedroom U P month with year lease.
fountain chairs,' Rans recumbent bike. I
--71 11 We pay garbage;, sewer
* *. *. **'Tues, Thurs & Fri 8 am 5 pm We pay garbage, sewer
MOVING SALE --Fi. 5/17 & Sat. 5/18, 1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach & water, and outside
8am-noon.. Antique table, rocking maintenance.
chairs, maple BR set, entertainment 2a ma
center, recliner, day bed pop-up, misc. (904) 277-2103 TDD 1-800-955-8771 Call for more information
tables, lamps, linens, kitchen. 5340 1
tables, OImps,o lenes, Pt.Akitchems 5This institution is an Equal Opportunily provider and employer
Great Oak, Florence Pt. .All items.-
available NO.W. (904)468-0274 oo 277-3942


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LIGHTHOUSE CIRCLE DESIRABLE HISTORIC DISTRICT SPECTACUIAR 5000 SQ. Fr. ustom designed
AWESOMEVIEWOFEGAN'SCREEK & nhe sits on over 2 acres with,116 ft of frontge sn
Fort Clinch St. Park. Single family estate lot Ct r 3RSBAithmefeatnstn
adjacent to histloric landmark Amelia Island Street, Complete Remodel was begun, but can be listed Sting master suite with afireestandixng
gas fi eptawe sitting am S.paionus bndres. Also ihtse
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft on Navigable side of nevercompleted, perfectforsomeonewanting bayiulate geandanaddiilbayclisaec.,
Egan's Creek and is one of the highest eleva- to customize an older home. hIt 4eas'ws alibnary with mistonu maple millwk.a
tionsonuthe eastcoast, Possible Ocean views Owneshaveapproveddockplansonfile WOODBERRY LANE CARLTON DUNES
S$995,1000 MLS# 37069 $167,000 MLS#59467 $1,245,000 MLS#58919 Stunning 3br/36a home in The Preserve at Summer Elite 3-4br/4ba homes overlooking the ocean, With
Beach. Prime lo6lor, view and floor plan.Separate en-foot celings and large covered wraparound
porchl fled plus paver patio. Fantastic large nehbor- balconies for the ultimae in luxury ocenfront liv-
Shood pool. -l-.og. Grand open and spacious floor plans.
SMLS# 59886 $409,900 Prices start at $1 325,000


LOFTON CREEK RONTAGE located SOUTH FLETCHERAVENUE NORTH5THSTREET
on Avani Road. Split floor plan w/ open Pristine 75' Oceanfront iot on Amelia Island. This 2784 approximate sq B vintage home
-kitchen, great room, and dining area. Kitchen Yeur chance to own one of the few remaining has been modified into 3 apartments. The
is equipped w/high-end appliances and coun- Oceanfront lots available on Amelia Island. largest has a fireplace, hardwogd floors, -
tees must see to appreciate. Master bedroom Buy now for either investment or to build. ai-in kitchen. Needs to be up-dated and
has larger doors and, a walk-in shower w/ .' renovated,
handicap access. 'Yard is fenced w/ fruit trees .
and kennel area for a large dog. $449,000 MLS#56671 $325,000 MLS# 56107
$479,900 MLS# 56099 G lFIES UH .. H RIO O EVLA
Lovety 3br/3ba home bcated on the beautifulSummer .Gorgeous Villal Large screened porch, spacious
Beach Golf Course In the upscale gated community of great room with gas fireplace, elevator and over-
Golfstde South In Summer Beach. Numerous renova- sized one car garagel Fabulous kitchen offers stories
flons.Short walk to tof, beach or to The Rliz Carnton. steel appliances, granite countertops and high ceil-
ings!! A nmust see!
MLS# 59272 $699,000 MLS# 59601 $329,000
TRULY UNIQUE HOME baild over Lofitoncree DON'T MISS THIS 2,000 SQ.FT HOME' 1 ACRE TIDAL CREEK. with a mobile -,-s.} ---' ,- {'
At high ade yp r.an fith from the front or bark on the South End of the Islandi 3BR/ 2BA home set up, well built and permiited dock, r"' - v" : j'':
porch.'There is also a private boat ramp...ishernan's home located in a quiet neighborhood with no 20x20 block garage with large overhead door, -" r' i. :+ "
subdivision rules or regulation. Forrest Drive concrete floor. High and Dry lot with a beau- .. .
delight! is across AlA from Harris Teeter. tiful View,
$249,500 MLS#59259 $199,900 MLS#59151 Reduced to $199,000 MLS#47368


RACHAELAVENUE 75'xl00' lot $165,000 2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to THE VILLAS ESTATE HOMES AT THE PRESERVE
ARBOR LANE2.66ACRES,70X80.$179,000, build. Deeded Access to RainbowAcres Boat Ramp and short Beautiful townhome With a two car garage In Offers private ,single-family homtes inside a gated
distance from new county boat ramp. $179,000 MLS #57615 gated communIty backed bf preservation area. Mediterranean-style community. This unique-communi-
LOTS 42 AND 43 S. FLETCFIER Oceanfront commercial'
Lot. Zoning allows hotel use. P4eliminCRy plans provide for 5c AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch State Park, Just a short stroll to the private pool or to the ty allows owners to pick their own home site, then
s w coo ed d single family estate lot adjacent to hsistoric landmark Amelia beach. Full Club Membership Included. select their floor plan and elevation for the builder,
each MLS#54044 and MLS#54048 Island Lighthouse. 370+/- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of MLS# 57231 $349,900 Emerald Homes, to create their dream home.
the highest elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview "
L-7 ON FIRST AVENUE Just N. of Askins $189,500 and/or view of downtown Fernandina Beach. Tree/top/boundary
SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island, close survey on file $995,000 MLS#37069
to the beach, and shopping, this is for lot 20 & 21 together, Comer Lot on the south end of Amelia Island. $139,000 '
85'xl00'. $95,000 MLS#i55195
DESIRABLE LOT on the South End of Amelia Island, '-- ,-
CENTRALLY LOCATED on the island, Half Acre corner lot Beautiful trees, and large size make this a great buy. Consider
in River Oaks Subdivision, just over the bridge and down the with Lot 1 also for an estate sized property. $124;900
Amelia Island Parkway. $79,500 MLS#57083


INTERSTATE 95 EXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD ASSEM- 15 CITY LOTS 380 and Fir Streets. Zoned MU-s and OCEAN PLACE THE RESIDENCE
BLAGE POTENTIAL for medium sized site. 'Corner location R2. Good for townhome, duplex or industrial. Gorgeous 3BR/3BA condo located on the 5th floor Beautifully furnished Mediterranean-style oceanfront
with good access. $850,000 $525,000 of Ocean Place. Fabulously furnished and decorat- villa located just steps away from the pool and the
OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' along she-Atlantic Ocean. PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of AlA, ed. Condo is in pristine condition and available to ocean. Enjoy a healthy and active ,ljegtyle'?
Plans show 56 room suites. Reduced to $2,297,000. High development area in the heart ofYulee. $195,000. you as an awe-inspiring primary residence, second Sensational fitness area and tennis courts on site. A
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity re grow your Plans for an 110,0 s.f. Medical Complex on file. home or Investment property, must seel
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a Master MLS# 59813 $890,000 MLS# 58284 $599,000
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. Planned Development
$1,575,000 ._.
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