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Plan offers look j City: No

at road widening walver
: News-Leader A Prw to serv' e
Amelia Island Parkiway :
A snapshot of existing traffic pat- would be widened
terns and estimates of anticipated
krowth shows that major roadways in from 14th Street to
Nassau County will no longer be able Buccaneer Trail.
to handle anticipated traffic within the '
next two decades, county traffic con- -- ANGELA DAUGHTRY
sultants say. such as paved shoulders and side- ewsLeader
In a bid to fix those "roadway fail- walks, to Clinch Drive ($2.65 million). ,'" ,d ...
ures" before they become pressing Clinch Drive was looked at as a -City emrnmissioners agreed unanl-
needs, consultants have charted a slate parallel road to A1A, after consultants mouslyiMay 21 to uphold a city code
of proposed projects, dubbed the realized acquiring right-of-way along .that Vill require Baptist Medical
Mobility Plan, aimed at relieving traf- the state road would involve huge a Center Nassau to sign an annexation
fic on major roads, such as A1A. costs and impacts to adjacent busi- agreemet to build a three-story office
'The proposed projects were either nesses. building.'
widening projects for the direct road- "This would require turn-lane Acco. ing to projectengineer Nick
way links that were shown to fail in the extensions on A1A and intersection Gillette' Baptist Nassau is in the
model or improvements to parallel improvements on Clinch Drive. This : process of desigiing and permitting a
(roads)," consultant Nick Gillette, of would help local residents have a func- medicaoffica building on 22 acres in
Gillette & Associates of Fernandina tional alternative to A1A," Gillette said. thte county near hospital grounds on
Beach, said'in an email Friday. "When Widening Amelia Island Parkway South 18th Street He was asking for
feasible, the Mobility Plan encourages ($4.17 million). Gillette said this would W O a waiver of a city annexation agree-
the construction or widening of paral- widen the road from 14th Street to ment that would be required to con-
lel (roads) as opposed to the widening Buccaneer Trail to four lanes. nect with city water and sewer serv-
of rbaurban roadway segment that is "This is a widening project for the i' s ces.
experiencing failure." Amelia Island Parkway that would start According to city code, an annexa-
'Though the list of projects could at the roundabout at 14th Street and* tion agreeiiht .required because
change as time passes and growth pat- terminate at the split at Buccaneer the propert is outside the city but
terns shift, Gillette noted, current Trail," he said. will use city services. The property
improvements totaling more than $21 Turn-lane additions and pedes- '. 4will not be immediately annexed
million are geared toward.steering trian improvements from Amelia because it is not contiguous to the city
*traffic away from routes that are Island Parkway to Gerbing Road ($3.32 at this time but if it does become
already heavily used. million). contiguous it will become part of the
County Growth Management These improvenlents, Gillette said, city by annexation.
Director Peter King said the proposed would provide a parallel route to Gillette reminded city staff that
projects are not definite and are rely- Buccaneer Trail since that oad cannot Baptist Nassau had plled city per-
ing on a data model to see where roads not be widened due to canopy trees. mits previously and had never been
may fail. "Consequently, Amelia Island >7 required to apply for annexation.
"They're totally conceptual at this Parkway and A1A were considered "It seems a little out of place to
point They're based on a model, which parallel facilities and improvements to request annexation of part of the (hos-
basically says in 2030 we have total this corridor were chosen as an alter- I ;" pital) property, he said. "It seems
failure on these roads," said King, cit- native." inconsistent."
ng A1Aspecifically Turn-lane additions at Scott Road, Paul Singletary, a representative
'.Thie current list of projects 'Amelia Isand Parkway ($1.41 illion), of Baptist Medical Center Nassau, also
includes; Clinch Drive (in red) would be improved to provide an alternative
S* Widening and' improvements, ROADS Continued on 3A to AA/Eighth Street. H OSPITAL Continued on 3A

S* Furry therapy for

traumatized kids
HEATHERA. PERRY gentle canine provides an atmos-
News-Leader phere in which scared kids feel safe
enough to talk about the events that
When children have suffered a brought them to therapy.
trauma, being put in.a situation Ida Brown, certified in Animal
where they are asked to talk about Assisted Therapy and a registered
what happened can seem over- mental health counselor intern, says
.. whelming. dogs are of special benefitto therapy
Therapy dogs like Nora provide a because they help to build rapport'
calming presence that helps these during a session.
frightened children relax and get Dogs allow vulnerable popula-
through treatment sessions. tions such as children who have
Nora helps childreA who have experienced trauma a safe way to
witnessed violence or have a history share without having to directly
of abuse, neglect or sexual trauma to engage with the therapist, provide a
feel more comfortable And secure.
As a non-judgmental listener, the THERAPY Continued on 3A

Pat Murray, Carrie and Joe Marasco, above, honor the holiday as
the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra kicks off Memorial Day week-
end with a concert at First Baptist Church on Thursday. The annual
"Let Freedom Ring" concert, presented by ARIAS (Amelia Residents
In Action for the.Symphony), featured a program of patriotic
favorites, with more than 300 in attendance. The concert began with
The Star-Spangled Banner, which was sung by Robert Quinby, right,
a member of the ARIAS board. Conductor Fabio Mechetti led the
orchestra in Americana-themed selections as well as Tchaikovsky's
1812 Overture. Veterans of each branch of the military were recog-
nized as the orchestra played the Armed Forces Salute. Call 261-
0105 for ARIAS membership information. Information on the HEATHER A. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
Jacksonville orchestra's 2013-14 season is available online at Ida Brown and her specially trained dog, Nora, offer animal therapy at Starting Point Behavioral Health,

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2A WEDNESDAY. MAY 29.2013 NEWS News-Leader

Sadie Lee school years years. He was in charge of land Joseph A Veltre FL She grew up in Nassau UPDATE
she worked acquisition for Rayonier as they County, FL and attended school
Hester Brown as a waitress began to acquire timberlands Mr. Joseph A. "Joe" Veltre, in Yulee. On September 5,1935, Social dinner
(January 6.1937-May 22.2013) for various throughout Middle Georgia and age 79, of Fernandina Beach, she married Albert P Vonnoh,
Sadie Lee Hester Brown, 76, restaurants Southeast Georgia. He retired passed away on Friday evening, a Nassau County Shrimper. The Just Friends Club of
of Callahan, FL, went home to in Bedford after more than 30 years of serv- May 24, 2013 at the Baptist Together they raised seven chil- singles over the age of 55
be with her Lord and Savior on and she later ice to the company. He served Medical Center in Fernandina dren. will celebrate six years of
May 22, 2013. became an for over 15 years as a Director Beach, FL Mrs. Vonnoh was a member get-togethers at a dinner in
Sadie was born on January a c c o m for the State of Georgia Born in Atlanta, GA, he was of Five Points Baptist Church. Callahan or Hilliard in June.
6, 1937 in Lambert, MS, to plished cook in the culinary Forestry Commission. He also the eldest of two children born In addition to her parents, Six couples have met and
Raymond and Ruby Hester. She industry. In the late 1970's her served as an aide to Governor of Italian lineage to Martha she is preceded in death by her married through the club. It
was a faithful family relocated to Jacksonville, Carl E. Sanders during his term Evelyn Allen Veltre and the late husband, Mr. Albert P Vonnoh is free to register. Dinners
employee of Fla., and she soon followed. She as Governor, staying involved Joseph Francisco Veltre. Raised (1981), their son, Albert P are by invitation only. Call
Ned Jackson becaipe a cook for the U.S. in politicsthroughoutthe state. in DeKalb County he was a Vonnoh, Jr. (1996), and a daugh- 321-1116 for your invitation.
Income Tax Government Recruiting Station He later was appointed to serve graduate of ter, Rose Landrum (1997).
for 50 years. and later worked for Bisquits, on the Board of the World Southwest Mrs. Vonnoh leaves behind New exhibit
She is sur- Inc., BoJangles Restaurants and Congress Center. DeKalb High two sons, John W. Vonnoh The Plantation Attist's
vived by her Hardees Food Service. She, He enjoyed golf, fishing, and School, Class (Laura), Yulee, FL, Raymond Guild and Gallery will show.
loving hus- married her longtime compan- hunting. He was an avid fan and of 1952. After Vonnoh (Mary), Yulee, FL, works by Paul Martinez,
band, Walter ion, James Dennis Daniel, in supporter ofAuburn University high school, three daughters, Virginia artist and environmental
O Brown, sons, Walter L 1991. Mrs. Daniel was diag- football. He retired to Douglas he enlisted in Landrum Kronbach (Ron), designer, at a reception
(Susan) Brown, Brian A (Tami) nosed in 1993 with Multiple in 1989, spending much time the U.S. 'Yulee, FL, Mary Ferreira May 31 from 6-9 p.m. The
Brown, grandchildren Misty Sclerosisandsoon herillness thereandathishomeonAmelia Army gnd '(Mitch), Fernandina Beach, FL, public is invited.
(Mike) Roth, Katrina (Travis) did not allow her to continue Island, Florida. Mr. Morgan was was stationed at Fort Polk in Shirley Barbus,. Fernandina Martinezis a
Foures, Ryan (Julia) Brown, working. She and her husband a member, of St. Andrew's Louisiana during the Korean Beach, FL, a daughter in law, Fernandina artist who was
Ryan (Ismaely) Williams, Dennis moved to Fernandina Episcopal Church. He previ- Conflict Upon being honorably Sybil Vonnoh Lee (Dan), a son born and raised in East Los
Miranda (Sam) Proffit, Sarah in 2008 to make their home. ously served on the Diocesan discharged, he returned home in law, LaDon Landrum, eleven Angeles, Calif., in an all-
(Rob) .Campbell and. Jessica Mrs. Daniel was member of the Council for the Diocese of and enrolled atthe University of grandchildren, 21 great-grand- Asian community where he:
(Richard) Raines, sisters Donna Catholic Faith. Georgia. Georgia in Athens where he children, eleven great-great-, was exposed to a diverse
(Franklin) Hillis, Shirley She leaves behind her hus- 'Mr. Morgan is survived by pursued a Degree in Dentistry, grandchildren and several culture that molded his *
(Richard) Howe, Lavada. band, James Dennis Daniel, of his son John Lehman Morgan with the intent of following in an nieces and nephews. appreciation for color and *
(Wayman) Ahart and Ruby Fernandina Beach, Fla., her and wife Jan Taylor Morgan of Uncle's footsteps. While a stu- Her life's work was being a form. After graduating from
Baxter, brother James daughters, Nancy Marie Gelle Ocilla, GA, son Luke Evans dent at UGA, he met a model homemaker and most impor- UCLA, he used his techni-
(Barbara) Hester, 19 great- and Kimberly Thompson Morgan of Douglas, GA, daugh- and 2nd runner up to Miss tantly a devoted and loving wife cal and environmental back-'
grandchildren and several (Shane) and her grandson ter-in-law Vicki. Williams Atlanta, Shirley Adeline and mother, ground for his art, pro-
nieces and nephews. Shane Thompson, Jr., all of Morgan of Statham, GA, six Buckelew of Eastpoint. They Funeral services will be at gressing from the pop art
She ispreceded in death by Elyria, Ohio. grandchildren, Erin Morgan of would marry in 1958. After 11:30 am on Thursday, May 30, genre to utilize both
her parents, Raymond and Ruby The family will receive St. Simons Island, GA, Lindsey three years at UGA; in 1958 he 2013 in the Burgess Chapel of Mexican and Asian cultures
Hester, a sister, Mary Ann friends from 5-7 PM tonight at Morgan of-Ocilla, GA, Abbie left college and accepted a job Oxley-Heard with Wayne as his pallet for inspiration.
Tubbs, a brother, William (Bo) Oxley-Heard. Mrs. Daniel will Morgan Halbig and husband at the Ford Manufacturing Arnold, officiating. His pen and ink series is.
Hester, niece Linda Sue Tubbs be laid to rest at 11:00 AM Carl ofTifton, GA, Lane Morgan Plant in Hapeville. While work- Mrs. Vonnoh will be laid to beautiful and simply stated..
and a nephew, Ronnie Vann Thursday in the Daniel lot in of St Simons Island, GA, Melia ing for the Ford Motor rest beside her husband in The gallery is located in the'
Tubbs. Bosque Bello Cemetery. Morgan Harrington and hus- Company, he worked through Bosque Bello Cemetery. Spa and Shops at Omni
The family received friends Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors band Wil of Chattanooga, TN, the ranks in Quality Control, Her family will receive Amelia Island Plantation
on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at and Hayley Morgan of Ocilla, InventoryAnalysis until becom- friends tonight from 5:00-7:00 Resort, 6800 First Coast
Nassau Funeral Home from 6-8 Lehman Harvey GA, two great-grandchildren, ing Manager of Specification pm at the funeral home. Hyw. Wine provided by
pm. Funeral services wereheld Morgan John Lawton Morgan of Ocilla, and Audits, retiring in 1990. In lieu of flowers, memorial Steve's Wines of Amelia.
on Monday, May 27, 2013 at 2 GA and Hadley Halbig of Tifton. While living in the Stockbridge 'contributions may be made to
pm at Oceanway Assembly of Lehman Harvey, (Luke) He is also survived by one aea and raising their family, Community Hospice of Chickendinnrs
God with Pastor Ken Barney Morgan passed away at his res- brother in-law, Miles Brewer the Veltre family enjoyed trips Northeast FL, 4266 Sunbeam The Sons of the
officiating. Interment followed idence in Douglas, GA on and, his wife Vicky of Macon, and holidays to family property Road, Jacksonville, FL 32277. American Legion Squadron,:
in Jones Cemetery. Thursday, May 23,2013, after an GA and two sisters-in-law, at Clarks Hill Lake and Please share her life story at 54 will be serving Chicken
Pallbearers were Ryan extended illness. Evelyn Souther and Martha Recreational Area ne9r Parmigiana dinners on June:
Brown, Travis Foures, Mike Mr. Morgan was born May Evans, both of Douglas, GA. Lincolnton, GA. Mr. Veltre was Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors 1 from 5-7 p.m. for an $8
Roth, Sam Profitt, Rob 18,1927 in Wray, Irwin County Nieces and nephews surviving passionate about fishing and donation. Dinner will be
Campbell, Trace Wingo and Georgia. He was the son of the Mr. Morgan include Shelton imparted his love of being on Gerald Ramon served in the meeting hall
RileyWilliams.. late Lehman Lewis (Luke) Souther, Sheryl Souther Lott, the water, sliing and boating W/nr. and the piblic may pick up
Condolences may be Morgan and Mamie Harvey Susan Souther Bailey, Scotty to all of his family. His motto W-J. to-go plates at 626 S. Third
Sexpressed by signing the guest Morgan of Wray, GA. He was Souther, Rowan Evans, Carol was, "Any time spent on the Gerald "Jerry" Ramon St All proceeds go back
book at the grandson Evans Maley, Ralph Evans, all of water is quality time." Always Wans, Jr., 68, of Yulee, Fla., into programs sponsored by
NassauFuneralHome of the late Douglas,, GA, and Ashley remaining true to his Italian passed away on Saturday, May the legion.
Callahan Noel Lawson Brewer of Eastman, GA. heritage, Mr. Veltre enjoyed 18, 2013'at his residence. nIr
Morgan and Specialthanks isgiven to his preparipg Italian dishes and Jerry was born on G COus
an Dni L o v i e caregiversJuliaRowell, JoAnn sharing his personal recipes September 8, 1944 in. Ft. GaryW. Belson
Nancy lien ani el Thomas Roberts, Jennifer Wooten, and expertise in the kitchen Lauderdale, Fla., to the late Associates Inc. will hold a
Nancy Ellen Daniel, 65, of Morgan of Portia Johnson; Mae Morris, with his family. Gerald and Wilma Wans. concealed weapon license
Fernandina Beach, Florida Screven, GA, Bethany Hospice, Allison Brice In 1993, Mr. and Mrs. Veltre Mr. Wans proudly served course at 4 p.m. June 3, 7,
passed away peacefully at her and the late and Dr. Justin HarrelL. left Stockbridge, GA and came his country in the Army Special 13, 19, 25 and 28. A basic
Shome on Friday, May 24, 2013. John Harmon Harvey and Graveside services were to Fernandina Beach, settling Forces during the Vietnam with defensive tactics
Born'on February 18,1948 Martha HighstaiithHarvey, alo heldihi Saturday May 25,2013 onthebariks of Eganrs Creek. 'Corfflict. He>was!airetiredoarfO acounse iillbbeyield at'745,:
in Bedford, Ohio, she was the of!Screven;.Gal-'HIewaspreced- at 11:00 a.m. at Douglas City Mr. Veltre leaves behind;,his penter. He had, a passionforl ;am.-Junel,5.and 23 andaat
daughter of the late Edward ed in death by his wife of 64 Cemetery with the Reverend wife of 54 years, Shirley Veltre, fishing but a deep love for his 7:30 a.m. June 29. For
and Lillian Malecki. She grew years, Jean Evans Morgan, and Father Curtis Mears officiating. Fernandina Beach, FL, his family and friends. details call 491-8358, (904)
up in Bedford and graduated his son Michael Lawson Entombment was in the mother, Martha Evelyn Alien He was preceded in death 476-2037 or gbelson@bell-
from Bedford High School, Morgan. Morgan Family Mausoleum. Veltre, Jacksonville, FL, two by his brother, David Harris, Visit www.The
Class of 1965. During her Mr. Morgan attended Serving as pallbearers were his sons, Joseph Michael "Joe" and three sisters.
_______. ^_Auburn University and the great-nephews Gabe Evans, Veltre (Melissa), Jacksonville, He is survived b hisloving oodd e
N O NLu T Univer'sity of Georgia. He was a Logan Evans, Tommy Little, Bill FL; John Kurt Veltre (Jessie), wife, Judy Wans; sons, Bradley D
SMN World War II veteran,.having Biddy, Scotty Souther, and Will Fernandina Beach, FL,: a (Cassie) Wans; Vince Tamiy) The Ferriandina Beach
PAIY I I fought with the US Navy in the Souther. daughter, Suzan Veltre (udd), Wans; stepsons, Donand Rob- Rotary Club will host a
INC. Pacific Fleet He began work- Memorials may benmadb to Beverly Hills FL, Lasister, Joy Dunman; grandchildren, Andi blood drive on June 5, wh'en
2774499 ing for Rayonier Inc. in 1956 your favorite charity. Veltre; Holiday, FL, seven- Wans, 'Brooke Courtney. the Blood Alliance blood-
S277 4499 and located to Eastman, Ga., SimsFuneralHome 'grandchildren; Ashley Samantha and Dean Dunman; mobile will be inthe park-
14 &Atlantic where he remained for over 33 Douglas Ga. Reynolds (Scott), Tyler Veltre, and two great-grandchildren, ing lot of the Florida House
Erin Zagar (Dan), Sofia Leon, Harleigh and Bryce. i. : Inn on Soth Third Street
Seth Veltre, Zac Burto, A Celebration of Life will be: 'from 10 am.-3p.m. To
Conner Velre, six great-grand- held at thC Jacksonville 'make an appointment in
Schildren, Ellie, Caden, Logan, National Cemetery at 10am on Hadvance visit www.thebloodi
Jillian, Noldn;,and nieces and Friday, Jund 7, 2013 with mili-, or'simply
Sv n nephews, Alicia, Holly, Amy, tary honors. come at your convenience
Ryan, Michael and Meagarn. Family ahd friends will gath- th6 day of the drive. i
Memorial services were er at his home in Yulee after
*kfinfrt l Ladr ad i ad" 'is p1 &a^ atwwxheld at on Tuesday, the services. Moc y t un 6 Sierrall
May 28, 2013- in the Burgess heNeptune Society OnJune 6 Nassau Sierra-
om n y nestled amons scenic oak tee Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Jacksonville Grou Will present a movie
.. . .ends Velte .m.' .nighti with five differerent 7p
located fist one block fJom the beach. Ho Veltre family received hson hand, at 7ep.m.
friends on Tuesday, at the DEATH NOTICES June.6 at the Council on
funeral home, from 3:00 pm Aging building; 1367 South
Chuntil the hour of service. Mrs. Jennie Lynn 18thiSt, Fereiandina Beach.i
SChef PrOaten :Dini Exper.le.e Please share his life story Baitsholts, 84, Fernandina Audience votes will choose
Housikeeping, Laundt r ar at Beach, died on Monday, May the show. All others will be
Mai tenlance:Sei2ces oxley-HeardFuneralDirecors 27, 2Q13.. available on loan. The
Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors evening is free and open to
,Vibrant Activities Program conmplimented Leura Vanzant Mr. Richard Myers Kurlz, the public and refreshments
by many events Vonnioh 88, Fernandina Beach,died on will be served. Bring your
*ma r ,JyeMonday, May 27, 2013, own plate, mMug and silver- .
Transportation fr Otings a1nd Medical lMrs. LeuraVanzant Vonnoh, Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors ware -it's a Sierra tradition.i
Appointments ",age 94, of Fernandina Beach, Graveside services for Call 277-4187 for a list of the
Private Suites Offering Several oor Plans passed away on Sunday, May Elbert Rayburn "Pony" movies.
s26, 2013 at the residence of her Maples Jr., 80, Nashville,
Personalized Srvie Plans afori daughter. Tenn., formerly of Fernandina Dharma
Each Resident AV& Mrs. Vonnoh:was born on Beach, will be held at 10 a.m. on MoveNight
July 9, 1918, the youngest and Saturday,. June 1 in Bosque
Ma ssao tivla, pnd :ter cd tcis.C:. last living of BellO'Cemetery. Dharma Movie Night, 3
i0OAntamlia 1hmCourt Fsrnmndlnliut i, FiL3214 seven chil- Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors hosted by Arielia Insight,
f04.321.098 dren born to Mr. Ralph J. Stangel, 80, will show the film "The
t, www.SavannaheranudAmulalhidl.dcom the late Amelia Island, died on Devotion of Matthieu
.iforum ,y o oftheuabtove!ma a..sI4.lLrUi i'n'l'ln5 HI Frank and Wednesday, May 15, 2013: Th'e RiQard" at the Dome
.. h a M ahale y Memorial Mass will be held at Healing Center on Amelia
__ L i b b y lla.m. on Monday, June 3 at St Island on June 7 at 7 p.m.
Vanzant of Michael Catholic Church. Nearly 40 years ago
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,2013 NEWS News-Leader 3A
ROADS and roadway widening at SR i *
ontinuedfrom A in Callahan Hurr cane season n i A therapy animal is used in conjunction with
Additional turn lanes at these Gillette says improve- pecific cinical treatmentgoals tailored to the
locations, among others, ments are needed because the a t
would relieve traffic from a intersection "will experience t individual client. Te use ofa therapy animal
failing link of First Coast failure and is proposed to have is backedby research on a ariety ofpopula-
Highway, Gillette said. fullwidening in all travel direc- .
"First Coast Highway has- tions along US 1 and SR 301," PALATKA Hurricane tions andmentalhealth diagnosis.
operation problems as a result but noted that the project season officially begins June 1 IDA BROWN. STARTING POINT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
of very few left and right turn may be broken up into a Saturday and the St. Johns
lanes. Turn lanes would be series of smaller-scale, cost- River Water Management
added ... so that traffic can effective improvements in the District has added valuable
operate much more efficient- future. information to its website to THERAPY Interested parents are wel-
ly." The Mobility Plan, Gillette assist the public and localgov- come to bring their children
*A new intersection at US said, gives the county the flex- ernments access resources Continued from 1A to Open Access, Monday
17/Harts Road, turn-lane addi-. ibility to review and shift its before, during and after safe way to experience corn- through Friday beginning at 8
tions to Radio Avenue and a roadway priorities to cater to severe storm events, fort and soothing touch, a.m. During Open Access,
signal proposed at William growth as new development The web pages (flori- ties are necessary to minimize model appropriate social clients complete the initial
Burgess Boulevard (or Radio emerges. "It is highly likely include flooding impacts, protect per- behavior and build confi- intake paperwork service to
Avenue) ($2.38 million) in that many of these improve- links to flood statements and sonal property and assist flood defce. begin therapy..
Yulee. These improvements, ments may change as we iden- warnings, river stage and victims during and after Because she's a rescue Parents can request this
Gillette said, are needed to tify growth patterns in the flooding data and local gov- storms. dog, Nora's exact age and service for their children and
eliminate a "safety hazard." future," he said. ernment emergency contacts. In the event of a tropical heritage are somewhat hazy, a pre-screening for AAT will
Intersection upgrade gpelican@fbnewsleadercpm Also included are links to the storm or hurricane, the dis- but Brown believes she's be completed the same day.
National Weather Service, trict assists local governments about three years old and is Clinicians will carefully
Florida Division of by issuing emergency orders probably a Rhodesian review the information and
Emergency Management and that allow for the pumping of Ridgeback and Great Dane will decide if AAT is appropri-
HOSPITAL no records of Baptist Medical the U.S. Geological Survey's water to alleviate flooding mix. Her love of water may ate for the client at this time.
Center Nassau ever being interactive map of current con- when publichealth and safety also indicate sotie Labrador Although there is a screen-
Continued from 1A required to sign an annexa- ditions in the state. are at risk. The District also in her background. ing process, there is currently
noted the city has continually tion agreement. He added that Florida's many waterways issues emergency orders to Brown chose Nora no waiting list for therapy
waived the annexation the city could not retroactive- and extensive coastline make authorize repair, replacement because of how well she seirvices. Plans are in the
requirement for the hospital ly require annexation for the state especially vulnera- or restoration of public and passed the recommended- works to use Nora in a chil-
complex when it expanded in water/sewer services already ble to floods. When hurri- private property. screening for identifying ther- dren's therapy group and
the past, including an office in place. canes and other stormis bring To prepare for'hurricarie apy dog candidates, such as while Brown's initial plans
building in 1997, support serv- McCrary also noted the high volumes of rain in short season, which officially runs being calm and non-aggres- were to use Nora primarily
ices in 2004 and a new patient hospital would see some say- periods of time; flooding can through Nov. 30, the public sive, she doesn't startle easily with children and teens, she
wing in 2008. He said the new, ings by annexing into the city result. can protect themselves and and intdracts well with has already had requests
building would contain doc- because many ofits operations The district works closely their property: strangers. from adults as well.
tors'offices and hospice serv- are nonprofit and they would with local governments year- Keep debris out of storm "Being with Nora takes the "It's interesting to see how
ices. not see any increase in prop- round to develop improved drains and ditches pressure off with younger' she's different with each
,Vice Mayor' Charles erty taxes. flood management plans, and Report clogged ditches clients because it makes it client. She can make people
Corbett noted the property "Only the for-profit ele- to help communities establish to local governments homey and they can just feel calm just by sitting or
would only be annexed if it ments (the existing and pro- and implement strategies to Clean out gutters and talk," said Brown. "A client lying next to them."
became contiguous to the city, posed medical office build- deal with floods once they extending downspouts at least who seems upset can be For now, Nora is available
but Gillette said a nearby prop- ings) are taxable," McCrary occur. Local governments are four feet from the home drawn out by refererking the once a week to see patients at
erty that eventually became wrote. 'Their annexation into, -the primary entities respon- Build up the ground dog -'Nora thinks you're sad Starting Point Behavioral
-annexed could force this one the city would result in the col- sible for implementing state-, around the home to promote today' so she's almost like a, .HIealth, located at 463142 SR
into the fold as well. "All it lection of city taxes, but it of-emergency declarations, drainage away from the foun- buffer." 00, at'the intersection with
takes is one outside property would eliminate the county's evacuations and rescue efforts dation Nora and Brown complet- US 17. Business hours are 8
owner to annex," Gillette said. municipal services tax and it durink flood-related disasters., i Obtain flood insurance ed a six-Week therapy dog a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
"The city is doing what would eliminate the 25 per- Partnerships between the through the National Flood training course through the Phone 225-8280 or visit
we're required to do;" Corbett cent surcharge on water and public arid government enti- Insurance Program K-9 Obedience Club in
said. "What I'd like you to do sewer. Calculations run back Jacksonville. y pe@fbnewsleadercor
is sign the agreement, then in 2010 show a net cost reduc- The courge focuses on
the people down the street tion for the hospital upon how dog and therapist work
won't say we're being unfair." annexation when factoring all with clients in settings rang-
Corbett was apparently: refer-, these elements together." ing from offices to ursing .
ring to the nearby Palms of McCrary said a water/ in w ri homes and hospitals. '.
Amelia condominium complex sewer agreement application Roberts is currently in the
that recently opposed antex- for the project would be A 17-year-old Atlantic and into the path of the truck. final module of a five-module
ation into the city. brought back to city commis- Beach youth was killed and The pickup struck the right Anial Assisted Thapy ,. .
According to an emailfrom sioners for approval in the two others were hospitalized side of the sedan, troopers Certificate progran'through
Deputy City Manager nearfuture. after a pickup hit a sedan at said. Oakland University. Animal Certified Firearms Instructor,
Marshall McCrary, there are adaughtry@( US 1 and Ratliff Road Torres, 22, Hurst, 17,and Assisted Therapy is some- Cathy Mulcahy of
Saturday night, according,:to Fergoson, 37, were trans- thing she's been working on SafeShot Frearnilnstructlon,
the Florida Highway Patrol., ported to Shands, where since grad school. .- is offering introductory pistol orien-
Troopers said a Dodg I-urst was pronounced dead As for Nora, when she's tation.and concealed carry courses.
th fre o f-w r Ram driven by Heathe J. and Torres and Fergoson not performing therapist All classes include use of firearms,
Fourth firew orks fundraiser Fergoson of Callahan was were treated for minor duties, she enjoys being just a ammunition, and safety gear.. Class
headed south on US 1 about, injuries. A passenger in dog. size is a maximum of 4 students. All
The Historic Fernandina donations in cash or check 10:35 p.m. when a northbound Fergoson's tru6k, Michael "Nora is my pet o when courses meet the reuirements for
Business ,I Association i. is (made, payable:;:to. HFBA., Toyota .G~amry dri'vn- by, Miller Raymond,,was,not huit.:. she'snotworking se'splay;' ic4dnse.ed Wea
raisingfuindts topay for this FireworksiFe ud)i by, Fridays, M*igdeliroi, Luis,: Tr;rtesTqtof iAll. .of-oithe), individuals .s: tngonthe'beachorw:ith hei, i w ; ... )
year's 'Fourth of July to CBC National Bank, 1891 Jacksonville and carrying involved were wearing seat- other doggie friends. She also Go to
fireworks in downtown South 14th St., Fernandina: Justin Tyler Hurst of Atlantic belts, according to the FHP enjoys riding in the car," or call 583-2138 for further details.
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'He seemed like a great guy mpactfeesdeter
The Boston Marathon case the bowling businesses from
and remarks from people team.
about the younger brother Something of 'Tey decided to take matters into their own l i t
again struck a chord. It a character, a
always amazes me how little little loud hands and actually killed him and left hisn
we know about people we and street- body in a locker at the airport.' The public secor should
: associate with. Even when smart, he
they become friends our opin- had a reputa- have little impact on the pri- Em ty storefronts
ions are influenced by their tion for being vate sector. m
.demeanor and how they treat COACH'S a big ganr shock you but you will find I ting to know the people and Except for a creating a generate little tax. A
us. In many cases, where the bler. All of am the beneficiary on Don's making sure the morale in framework of rules to foster
perpetrator has committed CORNER our employ- life insurance policy." I must these environments remained a level playing field, the pub- pop ar restaurant or
Shorrendous acts, the neigh- ....- ees had a have become deathly pale high. The payables manager lic sector should keep its shop generates
bofs, co-workers and even $6,000 life because she asked if I would in San Francisco was a pleas- greedy hands off the private Pope ax, sales
family members always seem Howard insurance be all right, and then I ant, high-strung lady who, in sector. Let's not forget, it is property tax
:shocked, especially if the indi- Pines policy, so I remembered she was also on her previous life, had been a the private sector that pro- taxes and obs.
Svidual came across as bright, wasn't sur- the bowling team. However, schoolteacher. The receiv- vides the fuel of tax revenues
Snice and helpful. Bernie prised when his wife called in my wildest dreams, I never ables manager, a quiet, effi- to run government at all lev-
: Madoff's children, who the next morning to set up an suspected that proper Claire cient man, sat next to her for els. mitting fees and other costly
C worked with him for years, appointment a few days later was having an affaiT with over 15 years. So when Fernandina approvals.
' appeared to have no idea what to discuss his benefits. shady Don, but as the story They became great f Beach city officials impact Outside the city limits,
he was doing. However, just before noon goes, you never know. riends and were favorites of local busi- there are no impact fees.
I had a few of these shock- that same day, one of the Years later, at Standard the head of the office. Some nesses in an County commissioners
ers in business. On a lesser executive secretaries, Claire Brands, my responsibilities as felt the head of the office extremely decided to eliminate impact
Sscale, when I first became K, came to see me. Also in head of human resources wastoo permissive, but he negative fees in recent years, fearing
director of industrial relations her 50s, very proper, attrac- included making sure that our pointed out that the work got way, it they would scare off busi-
for P Ballantine & Sons, one tive, quiet and efficient, she field accounting offices in done and morale remained deserves nesses during a difficult eco-
of the 2,000 hourly employ- was the assistant to the execu- heavily unionized areas, like high. attention. nomic environment.
ees, Don P, who was in his tive VP of operations, who Chicago and Sqn Francisco, A-few years after I left, it By levying County officials are cor-
mid 50s, died suddenly. While was my biggest client. She remained non-union. With my was agreed at what was now excessive rect in that assumption.
he was a warehouse worker, I got right to the point. HR staff, we spent more time Nabisco Brands, they could impact fees Impact fees deter business. A
knew him because he was on "Howard, I don't want to probably than necessary get- no longer afford a San STEVE'S on new vocal opponent of impact fees
Francisco field accounting businesses is local businessman Pat
office. Top management MARI ET here, the Keogh. He and attorney
PUBLIC AUCTION decided to transfer every- PLACE city govern- Clinch Kavanaugh have initi-
U L thing to the Wilkes Barre, ... ment is ated a lawsuit against the
SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013 12:12 PM Pa., field accounting office. essentially city, seeking a reimburse-
The lady who-was in charge SteveNicklas deterring ment of $1.6 million in impact
Preview @ 11AM of San Francisco payables was private sec- fees for hundreds of busi-
SOUTDOORS INasked to go to Wilkes Barre tor activity. Arid it has been nesses.
S& B O to help with the transitio and going on for years. Keogh contends the
553584 U.S. 1 HILLIARD, FL 32046 her partner, who was ruhning Impact fees are controver- impact fees are being collect-
I I receivables, was put in charge sial at best, and at their ed improperly. The fees
RAIN OR SHINE ,of both jobs while she was in worst, border on illegal. The should be for future impact
Total Business Liquidation Wilkes Barre. premise of impact fees lies in However, in the city they are
S, "ut F g So it came to pass that, the notion that a new busi- being collected to pay down a
30+ Guns, Ammo, Black Powder, Archery, Hunting, Fishing & Accessories, while handling the second ness will have a future impact debt incurrd in the past
Firearms: Marlin, Savage, Weatherby, Remington, Winchester, Stoeger-Guacha, Mossberg, job, he realized'his friend in on infrastructure roads, when the city acquired a
Taurus, Chiappa, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, H&R. List will be posted on website. charge of payables had set up utilities, schools, etc. water/sewer facility.
Ammo: Remington, Winchester, Federal, Hornady, Black Powder, Pellets, BBs. And All a bunch of dummy companies The most glaring case for In fact, Keogh, a retired
Gun Related Accessories. anti was stashing money in impact fees is when a new attorney turned developer,
S Sc noes: BSA rsk aso, ue H k O l. them. Rather than tell the subdivision is approved and has chosen to no longer
Scoe; BSA, Barska, Tasco, Nion, ue Glo, Hawk Optical. boss, h decided, because it contains 300 or 400 houses. build in the city limits. He
Archery Bows: EVOj PSE, Bears, Diamond, Barnett Childs Bow. they were friends, that he Inevitably, this will have an previously restored a run-
Arrows: Easton, Carbon Force, Victory.And All Accessories would speak to her first. He impact on the neighboring down wooden house into the
SFishin: Poles, Reels, Lures, Tackle & Accessories. called her to discuss the prob- infrastructure. And in this trendy 29 South restaurant,
BB Guns, Slingshots, Blowguns, Knives, Flashlight, Batteries, Clips, Holsters, Targets, lem. She said she was coming case, a developer shouldpay and did something similar
Ground Blinds, Tree Stands, Shooter Kits, Mace, Insect Repellant, Camo Vests, Hats, Caps bck to San Francisco late something toward the impact with an old chicken shack
SGrod Blinds, ee Sands,Shooter Kits, Macensect Repellat, Cam VesHats, Caps Fay night and asked him to a subdivision will have. that is now upscale Merge
Sunglasses, Haier Drink Cooler, Kenmore Mini Fridge, GE Microwave. meet hr at the airport, where How many new subdivi- Restaurant.
Complete Sports Shop Full of Great Merchandise. Pictures on Website she would explain everything. sions are being planned right Keogh now spends his
He agreed. now? Yet the city is eagerly time with construction proj-
SUnfortunately, when he charging impact fees on ects inside the District of
:. LUMAN E. BI~ASLEY9AQCYTIONEERS, INC. m' met her and her' boyftietid'dt ;.n rSaller ritbdblis ey-a i Gotlibabia He ~ays it's easier
S904-631-1886 AB-1441 the, airport, they decided to hair salon ($7,000),, apopular, and get approvals
12% Buyers Premium Cash,VISA/MC/AM-X, DISCOVER take matters into their own' diner looking to.expand and permits for new projects
SWWW. BEASLEYAUCTIONEERS.COM hands and actually killed, ($37,000) and so on. Itis the there than it is in
him and left his body in a most anti-business measure Fernandina Beach. This is a
locker at the airport. The FBI our local government could sad commentary.,
I solved the crime because she adopt. If Fernandina Beach offi- .
was the only person on the Business owners usually cials want to mbracete
plane who paid cash for her contest the impact fees, empty storefronts along
ticket. The head of the office levied'by the city utility Sadler Road andSouth
never got over the fac that department. The head of the Eighth Street, they should
one of his favorite peole had department, John Mandrick, continue with their standard
done something so outra- has some convoluted formula mode of operation. Greet
geousl. to measure the impact a new new businesses with a hefty
Most of us'believe we business will have on the impact fee.
know the people we work city's utilities, such as the After all, an empty store-
with and/or are friefids. water and sewer plant. front generates very little tax
However, time and time again Sometjmes a new btsi- revenue and becomes an eye-
we realize that assumptions ness replaces an old busi- sore: If you put a popular
are based on how people treat ness. So how much more restaurant or shop inside that
us or appear to us and not on impact could the new busi- same storefront, substantially
who they really are. ness have than the old busi- more property taxes and
Amielia Island resident ness, at the same address? salds taxes are generated -
iloward Pikes has more than Only Mandrick seems to while money flows through
:30 years experience as CEO, know. And he's not bashful- the economy here. And jobs
chairman andfounder of almost boastful -about .are created.
BeamPines, a premier firm in enforcing these impact fees. So what is it we want?
'the Executive Coaching busi- So a new business either Empty,.or full? Positive
ness.:He also co-founded the has to pay the piper (aka impact, or negative impact?
BeamPines/Middlesex MandrickX, or get an attor- Steve Nicklas is a financial
University Master's Program ney to overturn or reduce its advisor with a major U.S.
in Executive Coaching. Prior impact fee. This hardly culti- firm who lives and works on
to that he served 'as Senior 'VP vates a harmonious and Amelia Island. He can be
bfHuman Resources for a warm climate for business reached at 753-0236.
Fortune 100 corporation. ventures, which also face per-

The Historic Fenandina Business Association is working to
raise fund to pay Tor this year's Fourth of Julyr fireworks in
downtown Fernandina Beach.
Our city has a tradition of celebrating our nation's birthday
with fireworks over the Amelia River.
"e need you help to keep this family celebration going!

.slidtrssaid ,~om Bring your donation in cash or check,
wwr ~ .~9 Ndre4asid' m -made payable to "HFBA Fireworks Fund"
by Friday, May 31", 2013 to the
CBC National Bank, 1891 South 14th Street, '
Fernandina Beach, FL.
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Rayonier Foundation awards $224,000
The yRyonier Foundation has
Rayonler ciplents presented more than $224,000 in
Sdirect grants and designated
The Rayonier Foundation awarded more Friends of the Hilliard Library dnited Waymatching grantsto5
than $224,000 to area ancies and organi-United Way matching grants to 15
zations This years reci ients include: Friends of the Nassau County Library, Inc. :public schools and 41 area agen-
8 Rags Playscapes, Inc Improvements for Fernandina Beach Library cies and nonprofit organizations.
~~ b~'~libn~hbi:-iot _Gateway~Council'7The grants were presented dur-
Wavy Bridge Playground for Children with Girl Scouts of Gateway Council gthe fg n atios wernprse gte r
D~fihi i:-ing the foundation's annual grant
Disabilities Improvements for Femandina Beach Little teafation' annuatthe
Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival House breakfast ceremony May 22 at the
...... is;Fernandina Beach Golf Course.
Community Concert Senes Habitat for Humanity Nassau
C.A. McDpnald, general man-
Amelia sland Musem of History ComagerforRayonier's Performance
"Seas of Change: The Story of Nassau Hilliard Elementary School aFers Raoninas provide
Fibers Fernandina Mill,provided
AaCountas' Read to Succeed Program an oyerview of the'company's
ARK of Nassau mets Hilliard Middle Senior High School Northeast Floridanbased 2012
t ias:$ :. ..adu..ion ...........Su... ess.United Way employee campaign;
Training Classes, Joy to the Children which raised nearly $512,600 in
A Aive Nassau Chritmas Day Celebration for Chidrenpersonal contributions and match-
After School Band Program at Emma Love Katie Caples Foundation
Hardee Elementary School Katie Ride and Katie Walk ig funds from The. Raonier
Bamabas Center, Inc. :McArth4ur Fami ~ YMCA Foun dantio n.
Dental "It is an hoor t bepart of
S r m a asuch a great team of individuals
Ss:who are deeply committed to giv-
Opportunities for Engagement Prevetion Progrms -'' ig back and making ua difference, "..
ing back and making a difference,"
Boys & Girls Club-of Northeast Florida -Nassau County 4-H aid McDonald I am sincerely M
said M:CDonald. "I am sincerely
PowerourT nPrram Programs toched by our employees' ge-
Boys & Girls Club of Nassau County Nassau.County Alliance for the Mentally I e t ad tr mdecti to- SUBMYITED
erosity int 'their dedication'.to ""SUBMITTED-'
building a stronger and healthier ,JaniceAncrum, executive director of Council on Aging
RobertsAhivement and Lerning Center Nassau County Council o Aging ommunity by supporting our area i Nassau County, rece6ives a Rayonier Foundation
Bryeeville Elementary School "Meals on Wheels" Program onprofits" grntfrom John Enlow, director, Atlanlic and Northern
nonprofits." .ant from John Enlow, dilrector, Atlanc.ic..d North~ er:
Rerding RigorousReading Nas Established in 1952, The Regions for US. Forest Resources at Rayrnier, abo~e'
C.WAVision, Inc, .' Teen Court Annual Competitioni aion wrsannu- low with City Coiiinissianer And y
SRayonier Foundation awards annu-. Enlow with CityCo ssioner Arene Filkoff ajdJody
Eye Clinic ort Nassau Coun Volunteer Center al grants in arts and culture, edu Mackle, program coordinator for Taike S tck in
| cation,the environment and health Children, lb w.' : : i .
R'un/Walk Club After School Program ' Oceans of Fun Reading CampeT aH
Callahan Intermedlte.chool -Summer Literacy Prograr, and human. services.'This year,
AademiGrant, Shop with Cops Polic Athletic League the foundation will present more,
than V00,0000in
allahan Middle School Shop with Cos grants to orth00 in scholrshipsad
Academi Grant Southside Elementary School organizations in. diayovidus per-
Coalilion fotthe Homeless of Nassau County Science Initiatives organizations in.Rayomr's oper-
Sating areas in thie R United States..
Yulee Dinher Network Special Olympics Nassau County, ng areas in the United States.
-:The Rayonier Foundation.s
Communities in Siols of Nassau Nassau County Track& Field o T ayiPrograh e tyiru Fou in is
Voluteer Tutor Prgram St. Mar R M nored to E60r itributeto ir, al '
i:NonProfit. iagtenciets? Eefforts. t.
Cum|er buseumbf Art and Gardens St. arys pRiver Celebratiori & Clen- p onprofit agencie efforts to '
i imprdving:the' liY s of ur ~neigh -I
Nassau County School Student Take Stook in Chi dren Florida ooState ei
: bors." said Chary, Hod, presi,
T:adent of The Rayonier FOndatiOn, w '
Oreams Come True Take Stock in Chtldren's New Student Retreatah O r n onprfi opunitie o aI
Our nonprofit comntmuiti2s are,. n
am 'for,.Nassa County Resident Ued Way of Northeast Florida yt6 prvid ngh a quality of elire
Emmad..ove Haidee Elementary -~ Rayonier Midtch for Employee Campaign hv e
ia- hve come to -love in North'east :
Music Enrichment -Arnerica's Patriotic University of Flprida Project Leamrng Tree rid W owe them, all a big
5 Florida. We:weth bem, all a" g !
Songs Pre-service Teacher Training Prograhak F
Episcopal Children's Services West Nassau County High School
Mike Belt, director of public:
Peck Head Start and Mtusic Program Academic Grant Mike Bel, director of public
A affairs,' :En low,: director,
Fernandina Beach High School W-est Nassau Historical Society N oor
-:Atlantic 'and"Northern Regionsfor
SU.S. Forest Resources, and Kaylyn "
Feadina Beach Middle School O AWiA ld A l N val U IForest R eoces, and KaylynA i
I.: .Adgett,.publjc affairs manager,
Student Recognition Awards Program Wild Amelia adgett, publi affairs manager,
Florida Forestry Foundation Yulee Elementairy presented checks to this year's
;g r a n t r e c ip i e n t s . 7 '
The Flrida F restry Teachers'Tour Student Incentives t repient
Friends of the Bryceville Branch Public Yulee High School
Librry, Inci: "Spark a Love of Reading -Kindles in the .. t- i F -
Sumer Reading Program and Viva Flporida Classroom" Project
Eventst C YuLalee Middl School "So much appreciation and gratditude
Friends of the Callahan Library< Academic Grant .---,
Summer Readng Program and Juvenile Ylee Primary School : toveh the hionor i of .

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Wednesday, une 12. 2013 at 500 p.m. in the CityCommission Chanbers, 204
Ash Street Femandina Beach, Florida to considerthe following applications:


Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be'heard as to thie advisa-
bility of any action, which may be consideired. Any persons with disabilities
requiringaccommodations in order to participate in this program or activity
IS aC ........M.. should contact 277-7305, TTY 277-7399, (TTY nuinber for all City offices) or
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6A WEDN'ESDAY, MAY 29, 2013 NEWS News-Leader

SLegion Riders collect

Bunnies or Babies'

When the American Legion
Riders at Fernandina Beach
Post 54 came up with the idea to
collect new baby items for the
less fortunate, they could not
have foreseen ending up with
just over $3,300 worth'of dia-
pers, baby clothes and other
infant necessities.
"We 'had never done this
before but the outcome was
more than we could have
- dreamed," said Marge Brewer,
past Auxiliary Unit 54 presi-
"We filled seven banquet
tables stacked four feet tall and
SUBilTED PO1T OS it took seven trucks full to dis-
Marge Brewer, past Auxiliary Unit 54 president, Secretary American Legion Riders, tribute out" said Brewer, who
Tom Gora, past commander, and Bonnie Quattrene, ALR life member, with some of came up with the idea after she
the items collected through their Bunnies for Babies campaign. and her husband Tony noticed
that most of the gifts.collected
at the Legion's annual Toys for
Tots campaign. were for older
"We thought that even the
Shsmallest members of our com-
munity should receive some-
SS S thing, and with the economy
Ystruggling many families, work-
ing or not; needed. help with
just the basic needs."
O UDeciding to do the motor- Micah's Place President Elaine Coat and Executive

partner Bonnie sQuattrene as Legionfundraising events, sid Chapter 54, forthe diapersand-
Swell as to the Thursday night' 'Brewer and she's proud to r other baby items that we're'
TH U KSDAY UN E 06 @ 1 05 bingo players who brought in be a member of such a hard i doated for our shelter though
Sitems for a mont and her fel- working, generous organiza- their Bunnies for Bbies drive.
low Legionnaires who stepped tion. These are such essentialitems
S upright away Many other posts in the dis- that are always needed for our
"The month abefore this trict set out collection.boxes or, babies and young childreri. We
o^WBto s levent took lTace (which took donated money to th event and appreciate their support;and
four months to plan and organ- Brewer extends kudos to the kindness and their dedication in
ize), the American Legion mariy volunteers who helped deciding to have this as art:
BUDS A BUCK 2 FOR 1 COCKT ILS egionnaires, Auxliary Unit 54 deliver the collected items to annual donation drive atEaster :
and Sons of the American Healthy Start, Micah's Place' time foi Micah's Place."
Student 's ee wi l Legion Squadron 54 presented and Hope House. The third beniefiting organ- :
the Riders with a check for $200 Loreli Rogers, Healthy Start ization was Salvation Army .
h t v~:a H KtH .Mi each to purchase items for this program manaager, was over- Hope House.
Sevent. Their generosity made whelmed by the generosity. "We're excited about this! .
it possible for us to purchase "We haven't ever received Toiletries-and other such pr-
$600 worth of diapers before such a generous.donation. We sonalhygiene items are rnotcov-i
the event even took place." had truckloads of necessitiesD Ared by food stamps;sothese
The American Legion fami such as diapers and wipes. Our items arecritically needed by'
ly always works together for all staff was moved to tears by this the people we serve. e alwys
Sincredible act of kindness-and ehave families who o tin
S .... . gratefsu f ohl''" fothe way, so this wilFto along
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER Kelly Monti, Micah's Place way to helping them,", said
SLOCAL DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT pro ect coordinator, said, Mary Moore, Salvation Army
"Micah's Place is so grateful to Hope House manager.
the American Legion Riders,
The Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County, Florida will consider a local
Development Agreement between Nassau County. Board of County Commissioners', a political sub- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
division of the State of Florida, and First Federal Savings Bank of Florida, a Federal Savings Bank. The Board of County Commissioners of Nassau County will con-
sider a development agreement between NASSAU COUNTYr
The proposed DeVelopment Agreement would provide for rights and responsibilities of the PROPERTIES' I, LLC, RAYONIER EAST NASSAU TIMBER
Parties associated with the conveyance of title to right of way by property owner necessary for the PROPERTIES II, LLC, RAYONIER EAST NASSAU TIMBER
-construction of a connector road, known as Loop Road, Phase IV, which would connect Flora Parke' PROPERTIES IV, LLC,. RAYONIER EAST NASSAU TIMBER
Crossing, adjacent to the entrance of Flora Parke Subdivision, at State Road 200; for the public's: PROPERTIES VI, LLC, RAYONIER EAST NASSAU TIMBER
interest by having safe access to a signalized intersection, and related issues. PROPERTIES VII, LLC, all of which are Delaware limited liability
companies, for the following reasons:
The Nassau County Planning and Zoning Board willconduct a public hearing on Tuesday, June To provide transferable credits Which may be applied
toward required mobility fees for the projected cost of the tdesign,
4, 2013 at 7:00 pm and the Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, d reuiredmoiit ee the etd os f a u Community
'permitting and construction of the East Nassau Community
June 10, 2013 at 7:00 PM at the Commission Chambers, located at the Nassau County Planning Aea.ENCPA) Mobility.Network; nd
Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Piace, Yulee, Florida 32097. To permit development while the ENCPA Mobilit Neork
is being designed, permitted, and constructed, while ensuring
A copy of the proposed Development Agreement may be obtained at the following locations: that such.develpment pays the applicable mobilityfee; and
To bstablish a fund into which the mobility fees and/or
AdtNassau County Growth Management Department .other funds:shall beplaced (the ENCPA Moajility Network Fund
as defined Within this agreement and dedicated to the ENCPA
96161 Nassau' Place Mobility Network, pursuant to the priorities established within this
Yulee, Florida 32097 agreement,.
Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .the Board of County
Commissioners of Nassau Coupty will. hold public hearings on
Monday, thel 10th of June, 2013 and Monday, the 24th day of
Clerk's Office June; 2013, at 7:00 p.m. to consider the item above.
76347 Veterans Way The hearings will be held in the Commission Chambers, James
YUlee, FL 32097 S. Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Florida,
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and
to be heard. Copies of the proposed development agreement
and supporting information are available'for public inspection at
Additional hearings may be held upon the motion of the Board, and any additional hearings will the Growth Management Department located at the Public
be announced at the above hearing date. Services' Building, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida, between
the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday though Friday, and
online at., Comments may also be
ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A PER- directed in writing to the Growth Management Department, e-
mailed to, or received by tele-,
SON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION phone at (904) 491-7328. All comments will become part of the:
WITH RESPECT:TO: ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING, HE/SHE record in this matter and subject to Florida's public records law..
WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT, FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY NEED Persons with disabilities requiring accommodatipns in order to
'TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS MADE, WHICH RECORD participate in this program or activity should contact the-Growth
EVIDENCE ANDTESTIMONY UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE Management Department (904) 491-7328 or Florida Relay
INCLUDESTHE BASED. Service 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V) at least
twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommoda-
Individuals with disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this tIon.
proceeding should contact the office of the Ex-Officio Clerk at (904) 548-4660 or Florida Relay THE PUBLICISINVITED TO BE PRESENTAND BE HEARD. IF
Service at 1-800-955-8770(v) or 1-800-955-8771(TDD) at least seventy two hours in advance, A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECICOMMISSION MADWITH RESPECT TOBY
Daniel B. Leeper, Chair
Board of County Commissioners
ATTEST: Nassau County, Florida

WEDNESDAY. MAY 29.2013 OPINION News-Leader A7


NEWS Wecandobetter
ter after.observing the construc-
tion site at the new Flash Foods on
the southern end of the island
(photo at right). The scene, unfor-
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER tunately, waswayitoo familiar to me:
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 a Bobcat running back and forth
over the root system of one "pro-
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly tected" tree and equipment being
for the people of Nassau County by Community stored within the so-called "pro-
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe tected" barrier of another tree.
that strong newspapers build strong commuri- The recently passed revision of
ties "Newspapers get things donel" Our primary the Nassa County tree ordinance
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable the Nassau County tree ordinance
community-oriented newspapers. This mission for Amelia Island is certainly the
will be accomplished through the teamwork of first step in the right direction.
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, qual- However, the task of enforcing it
ity and hard work. will be difficult. In my 45 years of
designing, implemesting, manag-
Foy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER ing and overseeing assorted types
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR of construction/landscaping proj-
MIKE HANKINS.ADVERTISINGDIRECTOR ects, I have observed that many,
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTONDIRECOR h many times, actually most of the
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR time, soon after the contracts are
ANGELINE MUDD. signed and permits are awarded,
B USINEs OFFICE MANAGER there begins a slow. process of the
Sarchitects, engineers and city/stateY
S AN PERRY. ASSISTANTEDiTOR officials stepping back from theproj- pro,
BETH JON E. SPORTS EDIToR ect, and letting the contractor pro-
TOM WOOD DINK NESMITH ceed on his own. This often proves
CHAIRMAN' PRESIDENT to be'a threat to the trees such an
ordinance is written to save.
nC In overseeing such consitruction; ,ARTHUR HERMAN/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
In orported my priorities have always been the
following: before we notice. What typically We had a delightful eveningand At such momentsa individual
Theviews eressedby the columnists and 1. Soil compaction (affects oxy- occurs is that we forget about pre -atthe same time raised necessary pauses, and having being touched
letterwriterson thispage are their own gen flow to roots, as well as sever- vious construction, and scratch our funds for our wonderful Amelia by the spirit of music created in me.
and donot necessarily reflect he views of ing the roots) heads and wonder what happined. Island Museum of History. All At such moments alsothe individualB
the newspaper, itsownersoremployees 2: "Clean" cut of roots no If we are serious about main- thaiks to the generosit oi Don visiting town shares a gratuity in
backhoes, chainsaws, only shears. taining the beautiful environment Quixote an4 the pleasant staff there. my- livelihood "tip jug" and the
This should be followed by inlme- on Amelia Island, we have to do bet- Jennifer Harrisot moments b~ and by allow me to
l dan es iate backfill with soil, mulch ter --we have to bemore serious in Carol Condit' earn an income enoughto keep my
and/o" chips, our approach to protectindg these diream alive and very real.
i3. Plenty of water as the .trees heritage tees.Someonenieedstobe ust rien ds' a more I earn aliving by performing for-
I adjust to change, responsible for monitoring the the many thatvisit Fernandina
t 4. Protected trees should be progress of a constrmuction-project I walked into Savannah Grand where I now live and wish to con-
in pruned under the supervision of a on a daily basis from start tofinish. Assisted Living on Monday to see tinue doing so. I will follow any
L bu t certified arborist priorto construc- Furthermore, we all need to assume abouthaving aparty in their lovely change the powers that be wish to
ifdi g IoveoiS d 1 tion to compensate for the root loss ownership, of this priority, includ- dining room. make to keep the shop owners and
S and damage during construction. ing contractors -and their employ- I met with th director. I began thevisitohst alFerhandina both com-
The bookshelves in my study at home 5. A strong formative barrier ees since the trees ensure their to tell her about Just Friends anrt fortable, both sharing moments that
are full, so anyadditional book that I buy or round the drip line of the tree must employment. she said, "Oh, I know all about it. allow me to be happy and make oth-
borrow I don't believe I've ever stolen one be installed. Arthur Herman My mother, Jean Bawatti, met Dave ers happy by "living my dream" in
- goes on the floor! 6. Equipment, supplies and deliv- Fernandina Beach Hall through y6ur club and they a professional and well spirited.
-That's where I rediscovered a book eries, should not be unloaded and are married!" shared song.
called Books ofPassage: 27North Carolina stored under the protected trees. S That made me so happy I almost So I humbly ask the powers that
Writer on the Books That Changed Their Contractors feel that this is the only cried! That couple was the fifth cou- be don'tstop the street performing
Lives. It's worthy of its own shelf space, but area or space available to them JLat week Don Quixote's restau- ple to marry and we have one more -in the place.I am now permitted, to
it was a late arrival. because it is not under construc- rant on Centre Streetgraciously since that. So you see, it's working! be. Thank you to all and any that
After reading some of tion; therefore, it is a safe place to hosted a fundraiser for the Amelia Helene Scott have enjoyed being part of my
the Rites essays, I began to store these supplies and equipment. Island Museum of History it was Fernandina Beach dream that allows me to earn a liv-
wonder: Did any of these Trees allocated for protection a -superb success. The evening ing and create moments of enjoy-
books around me or any of are under stress the minute con- began with an amazing variety of SintiA ~ng menf whiledoing so.
-the books we've given to struction begins. When surround- delicious tapas, crisply rfiarinated mpJeffreyJ. Jagle
the thrift store or any of irig trees, shrubs and ground covers shrimp, succulerit spicy scallops, Iam astreet performer resp d Fernandina Beach
the books I was forced to are eliminated, the tree is exposed mouth-watering chicken-filled :ing in writingto my part in the ongo-
read in college did any to a "new" environment. Feeding tairtlets and snoked salmon, to. ing "street performers" issues that

life. An th n e a o ther rie ihnspiedme~. .,I ot rvr hlo to------ --- -- -'---------------------------
--oneof them change my -. -,. roots arevery shallow an4 run lat- name buta few. Wine flowed freely are in great concern for me and oth- OMMUNTYTHANKS
'life? Ido4ltrknow:.i, '' ; -, erally -7-iitisthe 'iifTihiki '"1'04 dtlighted guests sat'down ers. In aflteeapoty IsI ay to
THE In fact, I don't believe I roots that feed the tree. Change of to enjoy their three-course dinner whomever I have made the "street ta O t H
HOME could pin it down to one grade also affects the water table, starting with a crisp salad. performers" issues at hand a larger St p Ot
book. The Holy Bible cer- w hich can change the amount of It 'was difficult to choose issue than it had to b I have done Everyone at BaiJnabaswishesto
OFFICE tainly fits the description of water the tree receives. Constant 'between three delicious entrees so by performing daily at the say.thank you to each and every
a life-changing book. But irrigation during construction is a six-ounce beefsteak, chicken in a Fernandina public pocket park with onefb our volunteers, partners and
the change, I believe, essential to the health of the pro- creamy mushroom sauce or a my intention being to have a way of the community atlarge for making
Phiudgins comes not byreadig, but tected trees. Air spading to help seafood trio consisting of scallops; life I've always dreamed of having. the 2013 Stamp Out Hunger food,,
by doing. If I memorized every book, even withcompaction, and light feeding grouper and large shrimp. All That being supporting my family drive i success. This year, the com-
Leviticus, but didn't follow the "new com-' should commence after construe. entrees were accompanied by and having many joyful moments mmunity donated just over 14,000
mandment" to love one another, then it's all tion is completed. superbly cooked- fresh vegetables. come about in response to the way pounds of food during the one-day
for nraughit. Following construction, the trees We had to share the .cheesecake I make an honest living. That being drive. The postal carriers did the
Harper Lee's To Kill q Mockingbird cer- ieed to benmonitored for months. drizzled with'raspberry compote playing my guitar and singing to, hard work of loading the donated
tainly made an impression, but it wasn'tlife Damage can range from insignifi- and the chocolate silk pie as both whomever may be walking by on food into their trucks along theirl
changing. It just affirmedwhat I already cant to:fatal. Significant damage looked so delicious 'and had to be the streets of downtown Fernandina mail routes, and 'Kelley Pest-
believed thateverybody, regardless of might even take a number of years tasted! historic district. Control, again this year, allowed the
color, deserves a fair shake. use of their building to facilitate the
Everything C.S. Lewis wrote wasinspir- food drive.
ing, but it wasn't life changing. In fact, I had Sorting, boxing-and loadingthe
to read some paragraphs two or three times food onto trucks for transporting
before I understood what he was saying. G to the Barnabas' food pantry
Even then, I wasn't sure. requires the help of many, and many
A number of Southerrbwriters Rick in our community. helped! We are
Bragg heads the list can hold my attention truly grateful for all the assistance
Sany day. But there's' nothing life changing from Kelly Pest Control, the News-
from them. Leader, Barnabas volunteers, The
Actually, I discovered serious reading a. Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island employ-
little late. I had my own library card, and as ees, Alert Cadets and their faFthers,
a kid I viSited the library, which in my the city of Fernandina Beach Fire.
hometown was in the basement of the Department, Nassau County
courthouse. But I read mostly short novels -'employees and Promised land
about baseball, hoping that reading would church. We are also grateful for our
improve my game. It didn't. community a community of car-
My mother read books, but I don't :. .::,. -. ing, committed citizens always will-
,remember that she read anything to me. I ing to do what they can to help oth-
never saw my father read a book, but he I ,ers In need..
read every word in the localnewspaper, Each yrear; the- Barnabas food
where I worked. He read stuff of mine that pantr.y provides ovbr 200,000
even I didn't want to read. He also read '-pounds of food to ihdividtials and.
Trains magazine, because he was a railroad families right' here in,our commu-
man. nit3 who are "food insecure;" mnan-
I was coerced to read a lot of deep-mean- ing they don't know vhere their
ing books in college, bht I can't tell you the next nutritionally adequate meal is
titles of any of them. coming from.
After all this, I've decided I almost agree .The Stamp Out Hunger food
with author Reynolds Price, who wrote, drive will greatly help Barnabas in
"Any adult wh6se life is changed really its endeavor to reduce food insecu-
changed by the reading of a book is likely our community.
to be-unstable at least, if not barking mad." 'Mary Ann Blackall
That's an exaggeration, but, still, it's not Community Relations
reading a book that changes a person's life. Manager
It's the doing: Over the years, a'writer JEFF PARKER/FLORIDA TODAY Barnabas Center
inspired me to do better in some part of my
life. And then another writer ins'pired me to
do better, maybe with just one sentence.
And then /nother inspired me. IEWPOINT/JEF JOHNSON/AARP
Eventually, maybe, it added up to
change. And eventually, maybe, I did better. A A
PhilHudgins is the senior editor for J
Community Newspapers Inc., the media com-
pany that owns the News-Leader
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pointment for Floridians age 50-plus on health Instead, the House refused to accept federal cent of Florida voters 50-plus favored the ban.
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HOW TO WRITE US ~ Letters must include ing industry. But lawmakers made positive For the second year in a row, legislative funding for 2,611 frail Floridians to receive
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SdA WEDNESDAY. MAY 29.2013 NEWS News-Leader

3eware wildlife 'rescues Buckos bunnies
The Florida Fish and said. "The stress created by sary survival skills. Help the 1 was over in Kyrgyzstan
Wildlife Conservation Commis- changing the animal's diet and parents by keeping any pets that I having the time of my
Ssion routinely gets calls about surroundings is often fatal. may harm the young birds life but feeling sorry for
"abandoned" animals that folks "If the rescued fawn man- indoors during the spring and my husband Bucko for
believe may be in need of res- ages to survive, its return to the summer," Hallman said. "PleAse the probably boring life he
cue. However, these rescues wild is practically impossible don't interfere ip this crucial was having back home. Soon
may do more harm than good. because of human imprinting learning process." after my arrival I located a
After giving birth, adult or a lack of survival skills. If it According to biologists, the local pub in Bishkek with
wildlife mustforage to provide had remained wild, the young only time a baby songbird freewireless Internet access,
food for themselves and their deer would have learned the should be rescued is when it is good cheap pub food and an
young. This means leaving their necessary survival skills from on the ground and has almost assortment of different
newborns for short periods, its mother," Hallman said. no feathers, when the bird is bands playing from 6 p.m.
A common target of mis- Another way to help with the injured by pets or its tail is less on. Alone in Bishkek most
placed rescues is baby deer, survival of young animals is to than a half-inch long, and it can- evenings I
temporarily left in a safe place- not feed them. Although-that not hop around on its own. settled in a
while their mothers feed nearby. may sound odd, feeding can If you find a baby songbird back booth
Many people who find fawns 'cause ptoblems ranging from you are sure needs rescuing, at Edgars
mistakenly assume they have poor nutrition to dependence and the nest is low enough for with my
been abandoned, when, in real- on humansfor food and loss of you to safely return it to its iPod and
ity, their parents are in the foraging skills, all of which can. home, it's OK to do that. Skype
process of ensuring the infants' decrease the critter's chances of "Songbirds have almost no phone to
survival. survival. sense of smell so the young relax at the
"In most cases, it is absolute "These animals have.sur- birds can be returned to their end of the
ly not in a fawn's best interest to vived for a long time without nest without much chance of WILD day of inter- PAT FOSTER-TRLEY/FORTHE NEWS-LADER
'rescue'it," said Allan Hallman, our assistance. They can con- rejection," Hallman said. WAYS views and Wild rabbits are everywhere right ftow, including back-
wildlife biologist at the FWC's tinue to survive without hand- The other approach, when meetings. yard bean patches.
Camp Blanding Field Office. outs," Hallman said. you age- sure birds need rescu- No one
Hallman says what typically The FWC recommends that ing and care by a wildlife reha- Pat spoke
happens is someone discovers if you find a fawn or other baby bilitator, is to place the baby in Fster-Turley English and 'left I had planted two differ- were frozen stock-still, too
a young deer waiting for its animal, don't touch it, and qui- a tissue-lined box that has air the menu ent kinds of beans in our afraid to move- then set
mother. Often, those fawns are etly leave the area holes in the top. Keep the box in was all in Russian and raised beds in the side yard them down again, but not
found in palmetto patches or in Juvenile birds are common- a warm spot away from drafts Kyrgyz, but a,random choice beds'that we had surrounded before giving them a.stern .
recently burned areas, where a ly found on the.ground at this and air corditioning and out of from the hieroglyphics on by "rabbit proof feice." The talking to. "Don't you eat my
doe has placed her new off- time of year, looking a bit dazed direct sunlight Do not give it the menu got me some deli- beans had just started bean sprouts!"
spring for protection. These pt- or confused. The youngster food or Water. Call a licensed cious rabbit stew, some pan- sprouting when I flew away These.rabbits were breed-
tings tend to help mask the may be trying to hide in tall Bwildlife rehabilitator in your tomiming got me bread and And shortly afterwards the flig like ytu klrw what,. but
fawn's scent, thus providing grass or iA low bushes to avoid area. The FWC's North Central cheese and Iknew the word sprouted beans started disap- at lea then the rabbit
good protection from the keen, being seen by predators. These Region Office, (386) 758-0525, for beer "pivo" so I was; pearing, so I learned. .: family relocated itself away-
nose of a predator. young birds are going through has a list of rehabbers. Many set. I hung out there, played 'Te'd hid rabbit issues. from the deck they had beeh
People discover these seem- a process called fledging local veterinarians also work Words with Friends with before and now the' rabbits living under and over to the
ingly abandoned .baby deer and learnirig to 'fly now thatthey closely with wildlife rehabilita- Facebook friends all over the were back, smarter this time. shed in the side yarl far
become concerned when' the hive adult feathers;.During this tors and also can be 'a good world and, assoonas itwas Bucko discovered thatthey away-from-the veggie gar-
parent is nowhere in sight. The process, the immature birds sodrce of advice. Bucko's moning wake-up were no voiding the rabbit den. Apparently Bucko's"
uc s moning Wake-up ere nthatoi ikes eat theized meabout te '
would-be rescuers falsely sometimes end up on the "You can also place the'bird time, Igave him a call. fence and instead going into work at restaining the deck'
believe the young animal will ground, where they may spend in a lined, Uncovered, shallow As the evenings accumu- our neighbor's yard and dig- had chased them away witl;
perish unless they save it or several days before they learn box with drainage and attach lated and my taste for rabbit ging under the wooden fence the activity ot'the fumes.
take it to a wildlife rehabilita-" all their flight skills. the box to the tree from where stew grew steadily (it really to gain access: No matter' Over in this area of the.yard,
tion center. '"While on the ground, juve- the bird fell. Sometimes the par- was good rabbit stew. I chat- how'many times Bucko filled theyseemed to forgetabout
"Unfortunately, actions of nile birds' parents continue to ents will come to the baby in :ted with Bucko at the othei in the hole, the rabbits dug -the garden. The beans
th:ad usually have the oppo- watch over them, feeding them the new box and feed it there,' end of the world with his back. Soon enough all the seemed safe again, And the:
: ect of a rescue," Hallman nd helping them learn neces- Hallmansaid. own rabbit issues. Before I beans I had planted in the rabbittap inthe veggie ga-i
garden were nibbled to the den stayed baited'but rabbit-
ground. less.
It turns out that beans are The first morning I was a
NOTICE OF'INTENTION TO CONSIDER just aboutthe onlything I can back frorm Kyrgyzstan Bucko
grow that Bucko likes to eat quizzed me about the veg-
NENACTMENTg OF ORDINANCE this rabbit situatiort had to etable garden. What are
stop! So, out came the Hay-a- those large stalks sur.round
Nassai County proposes to amend the Nassau County Land Development Code by adopting the following Ordinance: Hart trap and Buqko was in ing "his" newly planted
the rabbit-trapping business. beans? They were too tall
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- Over the course of a number and shading outhebeans.
Over, the course of a number and shading out the beans.
DA AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, REPEALING ARTICLE 26 OF THE LAND DEVEL- of rabbit-stew-fueled This was, mind you; the very
SOPMENT CODE; CREATING A N.EW ARTICLE ; CIEATING A NEW ARTICLE 26 AND 26.5,'DIS- evenings I heard about the first time that I know of that
TRICT AND RESI DENTIAL, JUDICIAL (RJ); PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS; PROVIDING FOR trials and tribllations of this Bucko has ever planted
new stage in Bucko's life. seeds. I wanted to encourage
One morning he actutlly this. Those stalks were over-
caught a large male rabbit in grown radishes, tough little:,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning and Zoning Board of Nassau County will conduct a public hear- the tr1- it was so large it tubers,all greenstalks and
Se r hardl fit in there along with yes, I agreed, they had to go.
ing on Tuesday, Jihe 4;2(- ,- gfg the proposed ordinance. lso, the Nassau.County Pa a pplople aethdudne Trri, I yan.kedithpsteim:n,
County:Commissioner will conduct 'public hearings on Monday, July 8 18'.ai 'lolhday; July 22,u 201.3 at 700:.;'U! "'as bait. Sothis:rabbitwas,), 'andradishesdutobfthe o
PM. The public hearings will be held at the James S. Page Governmental Complex, 96.1.35 Nassau Place, Yulee, relocated elsewhere on our ground. "Are you going to
Florida.32097. property, far away fron the eat the radishes?" Bucko
garden, here's hoping, When asked. When I told him no,:
I told my Kyrgyz colleagues. the next thing I knew these,
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and to be heard. Copies of the proposed about this, they wondered, radishes were piled over by.
Ordinance and. supporting information are'available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County Growth "Why didn't he eat the rab-r the rabbit home under the
Managrment:.Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Comments may also be directed in writing to bit?" but I had no good shed. Eat the rabbits, heck!
PIIIanswer forthem. Bucko' was making pets out
the Growth Management Department, e-mailed to, or received by telephone at a Withethe rabbit goe, of them!
'(904) 491-7328. 'All comments will become part of the record in this mnatter and subject'to Florida's public 'Butko replanted the beans And so life goeson in the
records law. and' proudly watched them Turley backyard.'Nothing
sprout again. That's when he boring about being home,
saw two mid-sized juveniles sure seems like to me. I can't0
Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity shouldcon- hopping around the yard too. wait to see what happens:
tact 491-7328 at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation. More rabbits! And another next.
S' .. 'day, there was an adult ; "Pat Foster-Turey' is a zool-
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IFAPERSQN DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY female and two terinis-bill- ogist on Amelia Island. She
DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER ized rabbits in theard too elcoes'your nature ques-.
He told me he picked up. tions and observations.
We love you
and are So proud of you!
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SThe following report was charged with sexual molesta- credit for time served since This was written by Garrett meaner drug and weapons stolen property, false verifica-
Scompiled by Angela Daughtry, tion and lewd and lascivious April 16. Pelican oftheNews-Leaderfrom charges Thursday afternoon, tion of ownership of property,
"VNews-Leaderstaff from the May battery. N Joshua Wayne Kirk oral and written reports by the police said. bond $21,500.
23 court docket of Circuit Court N The State Attorney's admitted to a violation of pro- Nassau County Sheriffs Office, The man was charged with A Derrick Antonio Wall, 38,
:Judge Robert M. Foster Office will not prosecute bation being served for felony the city ofFernandina Beach using a firearm while under the Candor, N.C., May 18, unlawful
Jonathan William Booth Amber Nichole Grayson on a battery or domestic battery Police Department and other influenceofalcohol, possession use of identification, bond
Sadmitted to a violation of pro- charge of aggravated battery strangulation and was adjudi- agencies. Arrest indicates suspi- of less than 20 grams of mari- $10,000.
"bation being served for driv- on a pregnant person. cated guilty. Probation was cion ofa crime, notguilt. juana and possession of drug Michelle Heaton Thomas, while license suspended, e Atrial date of July 24 was revoked and terminated and Anyone with information paraphernalia, all misdemeanor 44, 12815 CR 121, Bryceville,
bhabitual offender, and was adju- set for Raymond Leroy he was sentenced to 18 months about criminal activity can con- crimes, his arrest report said. May 17,' possession of con-
:dicated guilty. Probation was Gregory, charged with two in a state prison with credit for tact the "We Tip" program 1- He was booked into Nassau trolled substance without pre-
..revoked and terminated and counts of sexual battery and time served since April 5 and 800-78CRIME which allows County Jail and is being held scription, driving under the
.he was sentenced to four years one count of lewd and lascivi- ordered to pay $1,666.40 in out- callers to leave anonymous tips. there on a $9,000 bond. influence with property dam-
:nn a state'prison, with credit ous behavior with a victim standing costs. About 12:30.p.m., deputies age.
-Jor time served since March older than 12 but younger NAjury trial date ofJuly 15 Resorttoviolfene responded to a home in the U Kary Fernando Addison,
-8, and ordered to pay $1,140.92 than 16 by an offender 18 or was set for Timothy Daryl A woman attacked her, 85000 block of Condor Lane fol- 42, 96105 Mount Zion Loop,
'rn outstanding costs. He may older. McQuaig, charged with pos- estranged husband's girlfriend lowing reports of someone fir- Yulee, May 17, Nassau County
be transferred to Duval County N Robert Clark Guthrie session of cocaine with cita- with a clock radio while the lat- ing guns in a residential area. warrant, obtaining unemploy-
Lio be sentenced. In a second pleaded not guilty to alter, tion, possession offirearm con- ter was working at The Ritz- The man allegedly told deputies ment compensationby fraud,
case Booth pleaded guilty to destroy, conceal, etc. evidence cealed weapon by a convicted Carlton, Amelia Island, accord-. he had been firing his handguns bond $10,000..
>burglary of a structureor con- in an investigation, possession felon and possession of drug ing to a deputy's report. a .357 caliber revolver and a. Shaun Jeremy.Jones, 31,
..eyance and dealing in stolen of less than 20 grams of paraphernalia. The suspect, identified as Glock 20 10rin in. his front Jacksonville, May 17,violation of
*property and was adjudicated cannabis, no citation and sale 0 Kelvin Johmer Melendez Kaleiah Aushanti Garard of St. yaid while drinking about four. pribation- burglary, violation of
_guilty. He was sentenced to or delivery of cocaine. pleaded guilty to a lesser Marys, Ga., is charged with or five beers. Insidethe home probation criminal mischief,
'fouryears in state prison, with N Jared Michael Hanson included charge of two counts aggravated battery, a felony, and deputies saw an open wooden no6 bond.
credit for time served, to run pleaded not guilty to dealing of possession of marijuana and trespassing, a misdemeanor, an box. containing marijuana, Stacia MichelleAnderson,
concurrently with his first sen- in stolen property, giving false adjudication was withheld; He arrest report said. Garard, 29, according to the report. 38, 45548 Pickett St., Callahan,
tence, and ordered to, pay $398 verfication of ownership to a was sentenced to 12 months was booked into Nassau County Fly May 17, Nassau County
in court costs, $150 to the pawn broker and grand theft. probation in each case, to run Jail following the fight, but has y warrant, sale.of a controlled
Public Defender's Office and 0 Antreenio George concurrently, and must under- since been released. 0 Michael Melin7 Hoffman, sibstance, possessionof syn-
$100 to the State Attorney's Hardwick pleaded guilty to go a drug/alcohol evaluation The victim, whom deputies 44, 95280 Clearwater Road, 'thetic narcotics,possession of
Office. Restitution is reserved possession ofcocainewith cita- within 60 days and follow up say was dating the suspect's Fernandina Beach, May 23,, drug paraphernalia, bond
for 60 days. tion and possession of less than with any recomnended treat- husband, was cleaning a third bond surrender flight risk; $30,000.
Mark Burkart Carter ,20 grams of cannabis, and was ment. He was ordered to pay a floor room at the resort about crimes against person, aggra- Jeffrey James Johnson, 24,
,pleaded not guilty to burglary adjudicated guilty. He was sen- total of $476 in court costs, noon when Garard barged in vated stalking, battery on offi- -76007 Dove Road, Yulee, May
of a dwelling and grand theft. tenced to 15 months in a state $200 to the Public Defender's and attacked her with a clock cer/EMT, driving under the 17, sale of marijuana, bond
Justih Kyle Cribb plead- prison with credit for time Office and $100 to the State radio, she told investigators, influence, bond $125,000, no $10,000.
ed not guilty to burglary of a served on count one, to run Attorney's Office. During the fray, several glass additional information available.' Robert Derek Peeples, 29,
,dwelling and grand theft. concurrently with a Duval E Corey Allen Miles was items in the room were broken. N William Kyle Baughn, 19, 2501 Pirates Bay Drive,,
Norman Kyle Daughtry County case. On count two he served an amended affidavit and the victim cut herself 2019 Cashen Wood 'Drive, Ferrandina Beach, May 17, vio- a violation of pro- was sentenced to time served and denied a violation of pro- falling on their shards, the Fernandina Beach, May 23, sale lation of probation driving
bation being served for aggra- in Nassau County Jail. He was bation being served for petit report said. The scuffle ended and delivery of marijiana. under the influence, bond
vated battery and was adjudi- ordered to pay $498 in court theft, criminal mischief $200 when the victim chased off her E Corey Charelle Small, 43, $2,500.
cated guilty..Probation was. posts, $150 to the Public or less and burglary to a struc- attacker with a broom handle, a 225 Suth 11th St., Fernandina 0 Franklin Pendarvis, 56,
revoked and terminated and Defender's Office and $100 to ture or conveyance. separate witness, who over- Beach, May 23; Camden 450298 SR 200, Callahan, May
hewas sentenced to 15 months the State Attorney's Office. 0 Daniel Gene Pickett heard the row, told investiga- County, Ga. warrant, violation 16,-possession of a controlled
in a state prison with credit for Hunter Ray Harrison pleaded not guilty to failure to tors. Among the evidence found of probation aggravated bat- substance.
time served and ordered to pay pleaded guilty to five counts of comply with a registration law. inside the room was a hairpiece. tery, violation ofprobation-sim- i Richard Schoening, 55,
$1,071.20 in outstanding.costs. grand theft,burglary of a struc- 0 Vincent Lee Smith admit- belong to Garard, reportedly pie battery, no bond. 2818 Lake Hampton Road,
In a second case he pleaded ture or conveyance, burglary of ted to three counts of violation torn off during the scrap, the N Kerrick Marshall Peters, Hilliard, May 16, sale and deliv-
guilty to sale of a controlled a dwelling, burglary ofan unoc- of probation being served for report said. 31, 95140 Woodbridge Pkwy., ery of a legend drug.
substance and was adjudicated cupied dwelling, unarmed no dealing in stolen property and Resprt management;,said Apt. 204, Fernandina Beach,
guilty. He was sentenced to 15 assault, and dealing in stolen was adjudicated guilty. Garard had no business being May 23, Nassau County war-
months in prison, with credit property and was adjudicated Probation was revoked and ter- on the property and fled in a rant, violation of probation -
.,for time served, to run con- guilty. Sentencing is scheduled minated and he was sentenced white Chrysler Pacifica with fraudulent use of a credit card.
current with his first sentence, for June 6 and he must appear to 13 months in a state prison Georgia tags, the report said. 0 Mark Burkart Carter, 49,
and ordered to pay.$498'in and be remanded into custody with credit for time served About 12:30 p.m., deputies Lake Butler, May 22, burglary to
court costs, $150 to the Public or.the plea will not stand and since April 10 and'ordered to stopped a vehicle matching a dwelling, grand theft, bond
Defender's Office and $100 to he could face 55 years in pay $7,258.90'in outstanding that description and driven $35,000.
the State Attorney's Office. prison. Restitution was costs. by Garard on SR 200 near 0 Edwin Romone Mack, 36,
Lance Elliott Donde- reserved for 60 days, joint and Michael Allison Wirtz O'Neil. Jacksonville, May 21, Nassau
,linger admitted to two counts several with a co-defendant. was served an affidavit aid Deputies reported that the County warrant, sale of cocaine,
of violation of probation being N Scott Allen Irons admit- admitted to a violation of pro-. victim had small cuts on her bond $25,000.
served for two counts of bur- ted to a violation of probation bation being served for two tands, pinky finger,- arm and E. Antwan Demetrius
,glary of a structrre and one being served for grand theft counts of burglary of structure neck, and that her right hand Session,,22, Waverly, Ga. May
-count of violation of probation and was adjudicated guilty. and was adjudicated guilty. was bloodied and bandaged. .20, Camden County, Ga. war-
being served for grand theft Probation was revoked and ter- Probation was revoked and ter- The victim told deputies that rant, possession of a controlled.
was, adjudicated guilty., minated and he was sentenced minated and hewas sentenced she has an active restraining substance, no bond.
'Probation was revoked and ter- to six months in Nassau to 12 months'in Nassau County order against Garard. 0 Corey Allen Miles, 18, JOSEP B PA SH
minated-and hemas sentenced GountyJailwithiredit fortinme (Jailwith'eredit fortime served. '' Jacksonville,~May20,violation6f: ..Ow Ier/Agent
to 14 nmbiths'inastate prison, served ish'ce-April 16" and Tirid' t' bserired in'the Potsh S ;, .. probttiofi b-arrglaty;,ho'bolhd. 4"' 41 'E. SR 200
with credit for time served, .ordered to pay $2269.28 in out- Matrix Program in Duval A 41-year-old Yulee man 0 Amanda Marie Fila, 22, YuleFL 32097
since Jan. 15, and ordered to standing costs. County, to run concurrently smoking marijuana, drinking 86411 Hill Valley Road, Yulee,
pay $7,869 in ,outstanding 0 Probation was revoked with his Duval County cases, beer and firing guns in his front May 20, Nassau County war- ( 225 485
costs. Sentences are to run and terminated for Glenn adaughtry@' yard was arrested on misde- rants, grand theft, dealing in (
concurrently. William James, charged with
M Lisa Marie Ferguson violation of probation being
pleaded guiltyto possession of served for driving' while O INT NTION
a controlled substance without licensed suspended, habitual NOTICE OF INTENTION
a prescription and driving offender. James paid $240 in TO CONSIDER
'under the influence of alcohol open courtto the Department
or drugs and was adjudicated of Corrections, payingoff pro- ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE I 'II
guilty. She was sentehced to bation. The Department of
'four months in Nassau County Corrections is to withdraw its Nassau County proposes to adopt the following ordinance:
Jailwith creditfor time seived warrapt.
on count one, followed By two 0 Michael Lee Johnson Jr. AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
-years drug offender probation was served, an affidavit and ANORDINANCE OFTHE BOAURD COUNTY M -
during which shmust havea admitted to a violaion of pro- MSSNERS OF NASSAUOUNTY, FLRIDA AMEND-
complete drug/alcohol evalu- bation being served for bat- ING THE NASSAU COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES,
ation within 60 days and fol- tery of an emergency medical ESTABLISHING THE EAST NASSAU COMMUNITY
.;.low up with treatment. She care provider and an adjudica- PLANNING AREA MOBILITY NETWORK FUND AND THE
must also enroll in DUI school tion of'guilt was reaffirmed. PURPOSES THEREOF; PROVIDING FOR THE FUNDINd
within 30 days. Her driver's Probation was.rev6ked and ter- OF MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS FROM TAX INCREMENT
license is suspended for one minated and hewas sentenced REVENUES; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORIZED.EXPENDI-
year and her car is impounded to time served in Nassau TURES FROM THE-MOBILITY NETWORK FUND; PRO-
for 10 days. On count two she County ail VIDING FOR EXCLUSION FROM ROLLED-BACK RATE
was sentenced to time served 0 Paulife Ann King admit- CALCULATION AND PROPERTY APPRAISER CERTIFI-
in jail. She was ordered to pay ted to a violation of probation CATION; PROVIDING FOR REPEALER; PROVIDING.
a $500 fine, $498 in court costs, being served for possession of FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN
$150 to the Public Defender's alprazolam arid was adjudicat- THE CODE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Office and $100 to the State ed guilty. Probation' was
Attorney's Office. revoked and terminated and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County
A trial date of July 15 was she was sentenced to 90 days Commissioners of Nassau County will hold public hearings
.jet for Larry Alonzo'.Gibbs, in Nassau County Jail with on Monday, the 10th day of June, 2013 and Monday, the
s:. "24th of June, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the item above.
'The hearings will be held in the Commission Chambers, _..
James S. Page.Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau
=~'4.P qf s Place, Yulee, Florida.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public heanring
and to be heard. Copies of the proposed ordinance and
supporting information are 'available for public' inspection at '
... the Growth Management Department located at the Public
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The Omni Amelia Island
Plantation once again wel-
comes tennis enthusiasts to
Racquet Park; the U.S. Tennis
Association announced the
oceanfront resort's fourth
men's $10,000 Futures tennis
tournament will be held June
Aworld-renowned tennis
resort, the Omni Amelia
Island Plantation is noted for
its distinctive Southern set-
ting uider an umbrella of
Spanish moss-covered live
The field for the $lb,000
Amelia Island Futures
Championships, USTA Pro
Circuit event, will feature 32
singles players and 16 dou-
bles teams. Rising men's com-
petitors will contend in the
Amelia Island Futures
Championships with players
ranked as high as No. 250 in
the world typically competing
at the Futures-level events,
Qualifying rounds for the
singles mairj draw, featuring
an additional 128 players,
begins June 14 and deter-
mines the final eight singles
players. Complimentary main
draw matches will be held
June 18-21 with finals held
PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER June 21-23 with $10 ticket
The: Fernandina Beach Babe Ruth senior. league Allstars hosted Atlantic Beach last week at Fernandina Beah High School as the two teas donations benefiting the Boys
prepare for the upcomiing'postseason. The local Allstars won the scrimmage, gae. The Pirates host the 14-and-under district tournament ext and Girls Club of Nassau
month. Tripp Brown makes contact at the plate for Fernandina Beach. ,,: County.
-e iThe tournament returns to
Amelia Island after a one-year.
hiatus in.2012:.
In addition to the tennis
action, local'children will
have the ppportunity to inter-
act with the players at the
Wilson Kids Day June 15 and
a ROGY Junior Tournament
.June 23.
ThWjijson Kijds Day'will
peoi j eP!90 children 'ages
four and older the opportuni-
ty to play tennis with profes-
Isional players from around
the world.The cFomplimenta-
ry event will be held from
noon to 2 p.m. and 15artici-
pants will receive a boxed
lunch and eventT-shirt.
Children 14 and under can
participate in a ROGYJunior
Tournament June 23 from 9-
11 a.m. for $20 entry fee. The
ROGYTournament is a con-
Sdensed format experience
and includes access to the
men's final set.
"The Omni Amelia Island
Plantation is incredibly excit-
ed to host another USTA tour-
nament full of fresh talent,
like the Amelia Island Fu-
tures Championships," said
Scott Colebourne, resort
director of tennis. "Racquet
Park has a history full of ten-
nis marvels and watching up-
and-comers follow in their
footsteps is just as exhilarat-
For information on the
event, call the Tennis Pro
Shop at 277-5151. For infor-
mation on the resort, call 1-
800-The-Omni or visit omni-
"l a* Entries are now being
accepted for the city men's
summer season, which will
begin match play June 4.
Summer camp sched-
ules are available for the city
of Fernandina Beach Parks &
Recreation Department. Ju-
nior tennis camps will be held
throughout the summer at
Central Park courts. Email'

Journey runner up in 17-year-old state softball tournament
The Family Driven Softball League's repu- Beginnings Church is actually a member of began along with great plays by the defense. into home plate. Not only did DeBerry's effort
tation continues to grow throughout church the Journey Church. Each of these players In the sixth inning, Chris DeBerry and Matt fuel his team, the fact that he ran the bases on
softball circles natiopally. Many Christian blended very nicely with the already rich tal- Thornton sparked three runs offensively while literally one leg while fighting through the
leagues are following suit with the rules and ent of Journey's team. Damon Rowland stopped a scoring opportuni-'. pain took the wind out of a stunned CFL team.
regulations created by the FDSL that places a The first game featured a 12-run ruling of ty by Westside with a diving catch. In the final Only a bad hop through the infield could stop
focus on Christian fellowship. Highland County's champion (Bible inning Johnson hit a three-run triple to tie the the'Journey team from winning the tourna-
SMany leagues are also learing that not Fellowship Church). The Journey Church game and Thornton outran a play to home ment.
o.nly does the FDSIL pray hard but plas hard almost duplicated the score again as Pinellas plate to win thega.e. TheJourney Team not only played great on
'as the Journey Church took the Central 'County champions (Calvary Chapel) went This set up thie championship game against offense but also on defense asThornton and
Florida Champions Tournament byi stbrm by down in defeat, a loaded travel team from Pasco County Spivey combined for seven double plays, Jones
placing second in the event. The surprises continued as the team every- (Christ For Life Church). CFLjumped out to made several remarkable stops at third base, a
-: The 17-year-old tournament invites league one thought would win the tournament, an early 9-3 lead, but the Journey team staged superior performance by Rowland in the out-
champions from throughout the state and this Sarasota County's Bethel Mennonite, was a comeback against a team that had previously field and a tremendous pitching performance
was the first year the FDSL sent its league defeated by the boys from Nassau County 16- beaten every other opponent by at least 12 by Coach Darryrl's brother (Derek Bellar).
champion to compete in this event. 13: runs., Other players contributing on the team were
As a method of growing relationships This earned The Journey an opportunity to The final inning was highlighted by Jon Ball,'Taylor Massey, Wes Hinton and Mike
throughout the FDSL, coaches Shawn Taylor play in the championship round; the local team DeBerry. Playing with an injured knee, Mathis.
and Darryl Bellar picked up a few additional took on a powerful home team and representa- DeBerry came to the plate with runners on The FDSL will host the FDSL Summer
players to travelwith the team to Palm Bay tive from Brevard County, Westside Baptist and noticed the CFLright fielder cheating Tournament June 8. Registration fee is $200
Turk Johnson from Blackrock Baptist Church, Church. close to the infield; he drove an opposite field' and their will be great prizes.To participate,
Chris Spivey from Celebration Baptist Church With two innings left to go, Journey found hit deep to the fence. DeBerryrecorded an contact tournament director Chris Spivey by
and Ricky Jones, who although played for New itself seven r-uns down and a scoring frenzy inside-the-park home run by sliding head first May 31 at 753-2959.



Spring for light tackle action

"A huge cobia literally
swam up to the boat while our
fishing party was anchored
and bottom fishing at FB ,
reef," Capt. T.D. Lacoss said.
Burling soon W
cast a dead
pogy right in.
front of that
bruiser cobia
without even
a sniff from
the cobia,
which soon
OUTDOORS disappeared
...._ down onto
the hard bot-
TerryLacoss tom ledge."
A heavy jig was soontied
to the end of a light tackle
saltwater outfit and randomly
worked deep and just over
the gnarly bottom structure.
This time the foraging cobia
was cAught off guard and
took the heavy saltwater jig
deep ip its mouth:
After a 15-minute battle;
Burling had landed his dinner
with plenty cobia filet left
over for his guests. Later that
afternoon a second cobia was
caught using the same light
tackle deep jigging tactic
while fishing aboard the
"Amelia Angler II."
"You just can't figure cobia
out;" Lacoss said. "It seems if
they are looking at you, they
won't take a bait or lure, but
the second they turn their
head and look away, that's
when a cobia can be tricked
to eat a plug or bait.
"The day before I took out
the Mike Burling fishing SPECIAL
party, our fishing party was Cobia are excellent fun on light tackle and, at times, can be extremely frustrating to hook. Pictured, from left, are Brian McFadden, Jeremiah
anchored up at the tip of the McDonald and Vernon Long. Not pictured: Billy McFadden, who also fished aboard the "Miss Jabo.'
St. Marys rock jetties when a
50-pound cobia swam right up
to the boat. We cast every- i
thing on board our charter
fishing boatto that cobia, ,
which simply would not eat.
We later began deep jigging -
and caught that same cobia."
The months of May and
June provide local saltwater
fishermen with excellent light
tackle fishing opportunities
out in the open ocean, bays
and backcountry tidal rivers.
:'-:Cobia are the main-ittic :; :
tion for light tackle fishermen .
at the St. Marys rock j&tties, .
along the beaches and I' ....
nearshore fish havens.
Fishermen can target giant
cobia that may well weigh up
to 100 pounds on light tackle ::
fishing gear.
Fly fishermen can cast
large saltwater "poppers" with
white feathered tails to cobia
holding right on the surface
with,excellent success. An
eight-weight nine-foot fly rod.
with nine-weight floating fly Mark Comora fights a nice-size ladyfish that took his white and chartreuse ouser Minnow" fly, right. eft, long marsh points make for excellent
line and a nine-foot 20-pound ambush points for a variety of light tackle gamefish. Pictured is Capt. Allen Mills and fishing party abopird the "Kodak Momentl '
tippet is preferred. Typically
cobia will take the' popper
(Umpqua Master Jack fishing for cobia. A four-foot Once again an eight- Ten- to 20-pound spin or the sliver and blue:color pati line or safety pin-type spinner
Popper) in the corner of its section of 40-pound fluorocar- weight, hine-foot fly rod, nine- casting tackle is preferred tern provides for excellent in the flooded marshes for -
mouth, where a 20-poufnd tip- bon shock leader is needed Weight floating fly line and a when casting light luresto action when there are plenty giant redfish. Add a plastic
pet will hold even the largest when casting three- to five- nine-foot 20-pouhd tippet back country gamefish. of.baitfish holding on or close minnow or shrimp to the
of cobia ounce bucktail or plastic tail leader is ideal for all of these A common favorite is a to the surface. hook and hang on.
Large 2/0 white and char- jigs. species of gamefish. seven-foot spinning rod, 4,000 Mirr-0-Lures' Catch 2000 in f fishing is slow, deep jig
treuse Clouser minnow flies Fly fishermen are also- Successful flies include a size spin reel filed with 15- the green back and silver with a 1/4-ounce jig head
are also successful when tar- scoring well in the bays and 1/0 Clouser minnow in the pound braided fishing line body is an excellent choice rigged with a Berkley Gulp
geting cobia on the fly. backwaters of Amelia Island white and chartreuse color anda three-foot section of 15- when gamefish are holding shrimp in the "new penny"
Spin or casting rods in the for a variety of shallow water pattern or a 1/0 white popper pound fluorocarbon shock under baitfish schools or color pattern.
20-pound class with reels gamefish, including sea trout, with a white feather tail. Crab leader. Spin tackle affords for close to structures. Be sure-to set your reel's
filled with 30-pound braided ladyfish, bluefish, redfish, patterns work best when red- longer casts, particularly on A recent favorite tech- "- drag so your fishing line will
fishing line is also an excel- floundei and bonnethead fish are in the grass and tail-- windy days. nique during the highflood. not part when a big fish tries
lent choice when light tackle sharks.. ing. The Storm Chug Bug in tide includes working an ims- to escape and good luck.


Kidstoumament NSFAmeets Auxlatymeets icense-free fishing
The Nassau Bassmasters will hold its 29th The Nassau Sport Fishing Association The'U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Amelia The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
annual kids fishing tournament June 8 at meets at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Wed- Island Flotilla14-1, meets the first Thursday in tion Commission has selected June 1 and Sept.
Wilcox Pond in Nassauville. Donations are nesdays of the month at the Ten Acres IYaft the Amelia Island Lighthduse Cottage, located 1 as saltwater license-free fishing days.
being accepted. Contact Rick Dopson at (904) Athletic Club. Call Deborah Biggs at 206-0817 on O'Hagan Lane,-between 215 and 217 Freshwater license-free fishing day is June 8.
866-7720 or Roger Linville at (904) 334-7931. or visit Lighthouse Circle. Call 261-1889. Visit

T1" s, Sun & A Moon: Mbay 29-June 5, 2013 The city of Fernandina 13 and up (13-15 with adult per person per day. Email
7HBeach Recreation Depart- supervision; ages 16-17 unsu- Rhonda Yrene at rhonda
W ed. Sunrise 6.24A Highl1253A 7.88' Su Moonrise 2:28A High4:33A 6.54' ment ( offers: pervised with waiver). Fee is, Becky
Moonset Ili:IIA Low 6:50A -0.09' Su Sunr,se 6.23A Lo 10.34A 0.44' Fnriday night men's "Iron $3 a day for city residents, $5 Curtis and rcurtisbjc@gmail.
5/29 High :18P 7.02' 6/2 Moonset 3:12P High 508P 6.95' Man" one-pitch softball tour- non-city; $25/31 per month; com or Jerry Yarborough at
/29 Sunset 8:22P Low702P 0.30' Sunset 8:24P Low ll:llP 1.08' namentat7 p.m. May31 at $120/150 for six months; or
Monrise 12:36A High :47A 7.54' Mooirise 3:03A High 5:29A 6.34' the Ybor Alvarez softball fields $180/225 for a year. Junior lifeguard program
Thur. Sunrise 6.24A Low8:45A 0.27' Sunrise 6.23A Low I:25A 0.50 on Bailey Road. Six-team Soccer Made in America June 10-14 or July 8-12 at the
,I)A M 12:15 High 6maximum, 40-minute time camp isJune 24-28 at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation
5/30 O""nset 12:I5P High 691' 63 Moonset 4:09P High 604P 7.04' limit. Home runs decided by Fernandina Beach athletic Center pool for ages 10-15
Sunset 8:23P 805P 0.65 Sunset 8:25P umpire rolling one di. Teams complex on Bailey Road. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (8 a.m.
Moonrise 1.16A High 241A 7.17' Mooririse 3:39A Low 12.7A 1.08' supply Classic M softballs. from 9 a.m. to noon to 6 p.m. Wednesday and
Fri. Sunrise 6:23A Low8:45A 0.27' Tues. Sunrise 6.23A High 623A 6123' Round robin format. Top four for ages 4-17 and includes T- Friday due to field trips). Must.
5/31 P Highl:18P 7.02' 6/4 Moonset 5:04P Low 1214P-0.30' teams advance to champi- shirt. Bring soccer balls, water be able to swim 25 yards con-
Sunset 8:23P Low 702P 0.30' Sunset 8:25P High 6:55P 7.13' onship or third-place game. and shin guards. Fee is $155 tinuously and tread water for
Sat. oonrie :2A High 3:36A 6.82' Moonrise 4:16A Low 1259A 1.04 Prizes for first-third places, for the first family member, two minutes. Register at the
SSunrise 6.23A Low9:41A 0.37' Wed, Sunrise 6.22A High7:12A 6.18' Entry fee is $220. Deadline is $145 for the second. Register center. Cost is $10 for city res-
6/ oonset 2:IP Hh4099 6.91' oonset 5:58P Low.1P 0.57' today. Contact Jason at 277- through June 21 at the idents, $150 non-city.
6/I Sunset :24P wHigh0 6.12 6 Sunset 8 :25P HLo IP 7.1 7256 or Atlantic Avenue Recreation Snorkeling class for ages
st 8PLow 1012P 1.03' Sunset___ 8:- igh 7:42P 721 *Atlantic Center fitness Center. eight and up is July 1-3 at the
Tide calculatlons re for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary, room opens June 3. Precor Girls youth volleyball at Atlantic pool. Class is from 9-
Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernaudina Beadch, although actual times may vary because of land masses, treadmills and elliptical Peck Gym Tuesdays and 9:50 a.m. first two days, fol-
.....-------We are a-full r-l-e I machines, Star Trac bikes, Friday from 4-6 p.m. Program lowed by a full-day trip on the
re a Full. rvlC Hammer Strength plate runs June 4-July 30 for ages third to Ichetycknee River.
re StOIEI loaded fitness machines and 10-14. It is designed for seri- Bring mask, fins and snorkel.
I_ h Magnum Fitness Biangular ous female volleyball players Fee is $55 for city residents,
Check out our great Series machines. Open looking to improve their skills $68 non-city (transportation
I deal on tis~ter Monday through Friday from in preparation for middle and and admission to Ichetucknee
,, jl,-,,-........" ................."4 7:30 am. to 7 p.m. for ages high school teams. Fee is $2 included in fee).

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29.2013 SPORTS News-Leader 3B


Linda Scott was crowned club champion at the city course. She is flanked, left, by pro Kyle Roosen and FBWGA President Terri Wright. Center, Mark Dean and Kishore Doshi
captured the Masters division title in the men's member-member at the Amelia Island Club; The Players division champs were Gene Kepple and Robert Dewey, right.

Scott crowned champ; men's member-member held
SAfter three intense days of Snelling and Bill Kettunen Skarpalezos, Nathan Powell tied for third with the team of drive, closest to the pin and
54 holes of golf, Linda Scott GOLF NEWS were the winners in tlhe third (79, plus 6), Larry Hutchison Ryan Bedell (86, plus 2), putting contest.Awards to
was the winner of the Club flight. (86, plus 3) and Bill Terry Lacoss (82, plus 1), first-fifth net and first and sec-
Championship Tournament In the Masters division, McKeown (100, minus:1). Bob Craven (87, minus 1) and ond gross team.
for the Fernandiqa Beach ber-member golf tournament the overall champions were Jerry Dean (73, plus 5), Dan Nettuno (95, minus 3). Visit www.ALSGolfAmelia.
'Women's Golf Association for May 9-11 at the Long Point Kishore Doshi and Mark Bob Riley (84, plus 4), Larry corn, contact Mark O'Day at
the 2012-13 season with a golf course. More than 100 Dean. In the first flight of this Brauda (79, plus 3) and Jack (904) 553-0576 or odaym25@
total gross score of 255. Scott playerg participated in the division, Lee Kaufman and Croake (80, minus 1) tied for '"U""Ou
:-retained her title from the event despite'three days of Wayne Starks won; Bill second with the team of The ninth annual ALS
2011-12 season. inclement weather, complete Filbert and Ed McGinley cap- Kcklighter, Tom Shave (74, Amelia Island Golf Clgssic,
First place first flight win- with driving rain and high tured first-place honors in the plus 3), Lee Murray (81, plus remembering John Louis ru'p Ao
ner was Mary Poole; second winds, second flight. Dan Dunleavy 2) and Joe Parrish (77, minus O'Day, will be held Aug. 2 at ree Jacksonville-area
:went to Sherril Boyer with The format for the event arid his partner Bob Tunno 1). Long Point at the Amelia golf courses managed by Billy
:Shirley McKain taking third. was originally designated as came out on top in the third In fourth were Bob Gerth Island Club. Tournament pro_ Casper Golf have partnered
'Second flight winner was B.J. matchplay but, due to the flight while.Leo Landers and (92, plus 6), Jacque Burette ceeds benefit the ALS with Callaway Golf for the
Murphy; Javene Lamb was weather conditions, the for- Ed Kane captured first place (94, plus 5), Chuck Association, Florida Chapter, second annual
:second Mary AnSley took mat was changed to medal in the fourth flight. Himmelheber (82, plus 1) and which supports'research and "Putterpalooza."
third. play. Just two 18-hole rounds Overall winners' Doshi and Larry Luett (86, minds 4). provides support to families. Every Friday and/or
In the third flight, Sandy were completed and counted Dean also won the fifth flight; On Friday just 36 players Often referred to as Lou Saturday between 8 a.m. and
Pardue came in first place, toward the team score to Dave Schlegel and his playing showed with Jody Greene Gehrig's disease, 2 p.m., golfers nationwide can
Naicy Inboden was second determine the flightwinners. partner Rich Scholz won the (75, plus 6) taking first place. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis demo the latest Odyssey put-
and Patsy Flynn took third. In Two divisions were fea- sixth and final flight in the Second went to Jerry Dean is a progressive and usually ters. Golfers who make a 10-
.the fourth flight, the first- tured during the tournament, Masters division. (74, plus 5) and third was' fatal neuromuscular disease. foot putt can earn an Odyssey'
Tplace winner was Helen the Players division (blue Dave Mudd (89,'plus 4). It slowly robs the body of its Drain patch and players who
:Hirsch; Sue Lopiano took sec- tees) and the Masters division Men'i First-place team included ability to walk, speak, swallow sink a 30-foot putt with an ,
ond and Carol Minogue was (white tees). A one-hole M lisbifz Greene, Dean, Hydie and breathe: -.Odyssey putter will win a free
third. shootout determined the Forty-eight players Peterson (79, even) and Troy Registration and warm-up round of golf. Putterpalooza
Membership is now being overall champions from their showed for last Wednesday's Therriault (90, minus 1). are from 11 a.m. to 12:30 pm. runs through July 6.
accepted for the 2013-14 sea- respective divisions. blitz at the Fernandina Beach Capturing second were Roger Shotgun start is at 1 p.m. Participating courses'are
son. Call Terri Wright (league In the'Players division, the Golf Club. Hydie Peterson Smith (82, plus.3), Garey Format is a four-person St Johns Golf & Country
:president) at 277-9642 or the overall champions were Gene (76) and Dave Midd (86) Durden (91, plus 1), Jim scramble. Dinner reception Club (St. Augustine), Bent
pro shop at 277-7370. Kepple and Robert Dewey. took the two top spots at plus Edwards (96, eiren) and John from 5-7:30 p.In. includes beer Creek Golf Course
First flight winners were 8. Three tied for third with a Bray (89, minus 4). and wine, raffle prizes, (Jacksonville)'and the
M Cfefenmbetenmber George Watts and Ray Parat plus 7 -Don Cheshire (83), CarlGalpin (83, plus 3), awards and silent auction. Fernandina Beach Golf Club.
:MensmeMb neMb dise; Gene Kepple and Robert Lee Skarpalezos (85) and Jim'Raffone (88, minus 1), Entry fee is $150. For information visit
The Amelia Island Club Dewey also took the honors Charlie Kicklighter (75). Bob Dorsey (85, minus 2) and Contests include beat the
held its annual men's mem- for the second flight Rollins First-place team included Sammy Alvarez (83, minus 2) pro, hole-in-one, longest- terpalooza.

:: .Cost e a or h aremie Independence5K 4acquet Pak parkig, to The.Veranah
$400. Cost to try out is $5. Restaurant; race meanders through the tree-
Amelia Island Alliance Soccer promotes a Tryouts will be held at the Amelia Island Vida Fitness will host the fifth annual canopied rqsort at 6800 First Coast Highway.
life-long love of the game while developing Youth Soccer fields on Bailey Road in Independence 5K at the Omni Amelia Island Registration is available online at or
:teamwork, individual responsibility, commit- Fernandina Beach at 5 p.m. May 30 and 9 Plantation July 4. The 5k race will begin at 8 at the Health and Fitness Center. Call Sean at
ment and leadership through quality training a.m. June 1 for U16-17 boys (Coach Pete a.m. and the one-mile youth fun run will begin 415-1429 or with
and appropriate. competition. Kovalick). at 9 a.m. The start and finish are at the questions.


PIraBaske lCamp, the first day of camp. Regi- Golf News, Tips, Trivia & Stats
The Pirate Basketball stration begins at 8 a.m. for
Camp will be held at Fernan- upcomingfifth- and sixth- .
dina Beach. High School for graders and sessions will be
boys and girls entering grades from 8:30-10 a.m. Registra- Mui ilageGo The Memorial Tournament usually Boo Weekey got his firstResults
boysaugisentering grades r1uirrfldVillageGolfClub. 4 The Memorial Tournament usually Boo Weekley got his first(,l
2-9. The camp is from 9 a.m. tion is a .m. for upcoming Dublin, Ohio draws the top. names in the game PGA Tour victory in five 1. Boo Weekiey
to noon June 10-13. Fee is and seventh- and eig graders 7,265 yards, Par 72 or a couple of'reasons. For one, the years Sunday at the Crowne score -14
$80. Register first day of and sessions are rom1030 tournament is a great tune-up for Plaza Invitational. Finishing e :s1152,0oo
camp. Contact Coach Matt a..-noon. ost s $4; make Defending: Tiger Woods the .nited States Open in a couple at 14-under 266, Weeley won bya. 2[ attKuchar
Schreiber at (904) 635-h a Winnn2g Score: 9-uder par of weeks. Secondly, the event is single stroke over Matt Kuchar, the Purse 91.2o
SSh.annon.Strumlauf@ nassaui Winning Share: $1,116,000 hosted by the greatest name in the second and third round leader who
YMShoopscamp sport, Jack Nicklaus. The tournament began as a part of the PGA closed with a 68. "It' unreal," Boo' .jch ore ,nso
Yulee Middle School will Tour in 1976 with Roger Maltbie winning the inaugural event. The said. 'Ever since I'v been coming Purs.: $435.200
offer a summer basketball Socr toumament's exposure grew tremendously from 2000-2002 as here and looking at that wall, and you
camp for boys and girls. Fun- TigerWoods became the first player to win this event three times see all of them names on the wall, and finally I get to have my name
damentals skills and drips The Fernandina Beach and he did it in successive years. up there, it don't get no better than that."
camp will be June 3-7 ad- High School Lady Pirates will
vanced skills and drills is June be holding a soccer camp -- -
10-14 and game skills and for boys and girls entering PGA Event: Memorial Tournament \j^ Tim Qlark and eight other PGA Boo Weekley
strategies June 17-21 from 9- second thr gr aime Networ Tour players are prepared to take Turned Professional:1997
10:30 a.m. for incoming sixth The camp will be held June 3- a Time Network Tour players are prepared to take5t h
graders and from 10:30 a.m. 6 from 6-8 p.m. at the Ybor Thu, 5/30 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF \<^ the USGA and the R&A to court, Wodd Ranking: 55th
to noon for upcoming seventh Alvarez Sports Complex on Fri, 5/31 3:00pm.6:00pm GOLF pending the PGA Tour's decision : 2013 PGA Earnings: $2,269,568
and eighth graders. Cost is Bailey Road Cost is $60 and. Sat, 6/1 3:00pm-6 00pm CBS to back the ban or stick with its anti-ban PGA Tour Wins; 3
$25 a week, $50 for two includes instruction by current Sun, 61/ 3:00pm6:O00pm CBS stance on the use of anchore putters. Clark,
worried about his golf-playing future if the PGA -"
weeks or $75 for all three. and former FBHS Lady Pirate Tour ends up backing the USGA and R&A's Through May 28, 2013
Instructor is YMS head bas- soccr players anrd certified impending ban on anchored putting, would 1) Tiger Woods
ketball coach Jonathan Ball. coaches A camp T-shirt avail- JackNickaus'first major was won in an rather fight the new law than switch to a,short 2,340 pts. 5top tens
l t. 18-hole playoff at the 1962 US Open. putter. "A year ago,. my future in the game, I
Prate Baseball p ree a registraton form, Who did Nicklaus beat in that playoff? could see it. I planned to play until I physically 2) Brandt Snedeker
The 31st annual Pirate c To(9 Le no longer could play," said the 37-year-old 1,474 pts. I 6 top tens
The31stannual Pirate *a) Tony Lema c) Arnold Palmer South African. "Now it's a case of I've been
Baseball Camp will be held RitZglfandtennlS b) Gene Littler d) Gary Player told 'no, hang on, that might change. You're 3) Matt Kuchar
Beach High School baseball Children ages 8-15 hae going to change the way you putt here in a few 1,422 pts. I 5 top tens
.stadium. This camp is the opportunity to gain new Answer: c) Arnold Palmer years' time' and now my future is uncertain." 4) Kevin Streelman
designed to teach the funda- tennis and golf skills at The 4) Kevin Streelman
mentals of baseball for ages Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island 1234 pts. / 5 top tens
6-15. Carmip cost is $80 and and The Golf Club of Amelia The chip is something thatwe donotpractice enough, yet itis such an essential partof a- 5) Billy Horschel
includes a camp T-shirt. Island. A full day camp corn- Ithe game to save strokes, With that said, here are a couple of tips to try and get more 1,205 pts. 5 top tens
Parents should register bining golf and tennis or half consistent in your chipping game. The first aspect of good chipping is to keep a steady
campers at the baseball field days of either sport may be pace on your swing. If you practice a shot and then change that during the actual FedEx Cup Standings continued...
on the first day of camp begin- selected. swing, the speed of the ball on the green will be completely changed. The other big tip Elat Pgints Tp~n10
ning at 8 a.m. Call 261-6240 For those 10 years and is so obvious, yet most amateur golfers have the hardest time with the task. You need 6) Boo Weekley 1,114 4
(FBHS) or 556-1163. younger, tennis runs from 8- to stay down during the entire motion of the chip to ensure a good shot. Leave your head stil and 7) Phil Micketson 1,003 3
a.m. td 1:30 p.m For campers keep your eye on the spot where the ball was before you hit it Make sure your posture following the 8) D.A.inBradtey 98574 6
eerieading 11 years and older, golf is chip is the same as when you addressed the ball,. 10) AdamScott 919 3
The Fernandina Beach from 8-10:30 a.m. with tennis
High School cheerleaders will from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
hiold a summer camp from9 Each weekly camp runs -. '
a.m. to noon June 3-7 in Buil- Monday through Thursday .
ding 22 (behind the middle (Friday rain make-up day). , ot
school). The camp for ages 3- The fee is $200 for both golf u '.4'
5 is from 9-11 a.m., and the and tennis camp or $100 for l l0, "
fee is $65. For children'ages one camp. A one-day session '
6-12, the camp runs from 9' is $30 per sport.
a.m. to noon and the fee is A daily snack is optional for
$75. Register at 8:30 a.m. on an additional $30 per week.
the first day of camp. Participants receive a camp
cap and achievement certifi- -
VolleyballatFBHS cate at an award recognition
Volk-yballatFBHS program at the end of the ses-
The Fernandina Beach sion.
High School Pirate volleyball Camps run weekly from
camp will be held June 3-5 at June 10 through Aug. 16. For
the FBHS gym. Register on information call 277-1100.



Dolphins, sea lions keeping us safe at sea

Enjoying one of Kevin escort the sub. All mouths that can be clamped around Se lions and dolphins learn dif- The animals are rewarded and never
McCarthy's informative river cruis- other boats in the an intruder's leg. The intruder is ferently. Both are intelligent. Each punished if they fail to perform.
es, I was interested in his description area stand back. If reeled in by a rope attached to the animal has a distinct personality. It is amazing to imagine an under-
of the dolphins that "guard" Kings underwater intrud- cuff. I am not making this up! Trainers compare training dolphins water world with specially trained
Bay Naval Submarine Base. ers elude the patrol This is serious business. Kings to cats and sea lions to dogs. The animals defending our high security
Suspecting my leg was being pulled, boats' sophisticated Bay is home to eight $2 billion Ohio- marine mammal program has been submarine base. Next time you see a
I set out to find out the real story. electronic surveil- class submarines. Six of the boats in existence since 1960 and provided playful dolphin while exploring the
As usual, McCarthy had done his lance, there are dol- carry ballistic nuclear missiles; while port security.during the Vietnam waters around Amelia Island, stop
homework and, yes indeed, there are phins trained to two were recently converted to carry War, protected the Third Fleet flag- and think of these creatures as
underwater guardians of our nation's detect unusual cruise missiles. ship overseeing Navy vessels that important players in our national
security. For five years, 19 California FROM underwater activity So how do you train these clevei escorted Kuwaiti oil tankers in 1987 security!
sea lions and four Atlantic bottlenose THE and report it to sea creatures to do such important and performed port security in the If you would like to receive
dolphins have provided underwater PORCH their handlers. The work? You reward them with fish! Persian Gulf. Dickie Anderson's weekly newslet-
security at Kings Bay as part of the dolphin is sent back Not unlike their brothers and sisters The animals are trained in San ter, contact her at dickie.ander-
SSwimmer Interdiction Security "' to the area with a busy entertaining people at Sea Diego, Calif. Currently there are 80 Her book's are
System. Dickie lighted beacon that World, the sea lions and dolphins bottlenose dolphins and 28 sea lions available at local gift and book-
Anyone who has been on the Anderson it releases near the love their treats. Trainers reportthat available to perform underwater stores.
water north of Amelia Island when a intruder to alert it is unlikely the animals will swim security. Only dolphins bred in cap- Dickie Anderson welcomes your,
submarine has been leaving or com- Navy security forces. away when they enjoy a summer diet tivity and sea lions purchased from comments. Books are available at
Sing in knows that security on the So what about the sea lions? Even of 13to 15 pounds offisha day and breeding programs at Sea World are local book and gif stores or online at
water and in the air is intense, more incredible, the sea lions are more than 20 pounds a day in the used iri the program. Handlers use
Helicopters, patrol and guard boats trained to carry a special cuff in their winter. divers and mannequins for training.

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Agxtravanza Kudos to RotarySunrise

Students from Hilliard Elementary, St. Michael Academy, Sonshine Christian Academy '
:and Bryceville Elementary participated in the 2013 Ag (Agriculture) Extravaganza, Bill Gower, president of the Nassau County Boys
where they received presentations abott Floridaiigriaulthre andahor ticltur Mas'ter ld Gfle Olul.sFoundationgabave, recentlyspreseated
Gardeners Janet Barnes, left,:andhdKy Sterens'right, have the iattention:of 'sttidehts at :IT-the Rotary Club, pf Amelia Island Sunrise withar-: :;-!
:, the Butterfly life Cycle session. County Extension Director/Horticulture Agent Becky plaque for theirsupport. The Sunrise Club obtained a
Jordi said the annual event attracts more than 1'00 students. 'matching grant from Rotary District 6970 to imtnple-
*. B ment the In Search of Me Cafe program in the new.
teen room at the Roberts Learning & Achievement
SCenter (Fernandita Boys and Girls Club).

Sa ssell of Five years ago the newly formed Sunrise Clubr was
Students fromprovided funds for an outside shelter, sponsored

annual Christmas parties for both B&G'Clubs, held
and Brycev ie Elementy pticiquarterly award celebrations for students with good
Philip ...... grades and study habits, provided a flat screen TV,
whe re they reoved presentations ab6tFlordaa ltre andhotiltur -M r projector, stove, wireless Internet and more. Most
Gardeners Janet Barnes, left,cgand,'zn Stgens;'righthaie the attentioof ostdehtse at thep Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise withi i
the Butterfly lufe Cycle session. County Extensiqn Director/Horticulture Agent Becky educatn plaque for their support. The Sunrise Club obtained a
'Jordi said the annual event attracts more than 1100 students. matching grant from Rotary District 6970 to imple-

recently it sponsre the In Search of Me Cae e cur-
S riculum in theTeen Root, sponsored by the Jaguars
Center (Fernandiefa Boys and Girls Club).

Foundation. This interactive, media-rich life skills
PHOTOS BYDB COTIZE learooking program helps teens address prIn that tiems, com-
FORTHEEiSLEADER ovmunicate ideas in a like-minded social network and
seek outside help for issues likebullying, wpeer pres
psure, self esteem, subtance abuse and more.
Nassau's two Boys and Girls Clubs serve over 350
recekids and their families. They are open dailyfrom 2-7
p.r. during the school year and 8 a.m.-the p.m. during
school breaks/ Over 30 percent of members achieved
Foundation. Thir Roll in school.
The Rotary Club ofstanmelia Island Sunrse meets

Fridays at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf
Club. Contact President Christal Fish at clfish@barmj or visit

Amelia Island resident and foinder of Gratitude America Lewis Jordan, with wife
Joni, was inducted into the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame April 27 at Warner Robins,
Ga. Jordan was co-founder of ValuJet Airlines and its successor, AifrTran Airways. He
served as chairman ofAiffran until his retirement from active management in 1997
and continued as an active member of the Aiffran Board until the company's acquisi-
tion by Southwest Airlines in May 2011i. He grew up in Griffin, Ga., graduating from
Georgia Institute of Technology in 1967 with a bachelor's degree in aerospace engi-
neering. He is also a licensed private pilot. Jordan had a 49-year career in commercial
aviation, working at Southern Airways (which later merged with Northwest), Flying
Tigers, the world's largest international cargo and military trahsport airline (now part
of Federal Express) and Continental Airlines before launching ValuJet. He founded and
currently serves as CEO of GratitudeAmerica, Inc., a nonprofit organization focused
on community support of veterans, their families and families of the fallen in the areas
of employment, training, health and wellness, housing and family relationships through
a network of experts in these fields. GratitudeAmerica is affiliated with Easter Seals
., and the Staff Sergeant Donnie D. Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Community
Services wvithin Easter Seals led by Col. David Sutherland, U.S. Army (Ret.).
Wild aboutAmella
Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club welcomed three Wild Amelia board
members. Kathy Brooks, a founding member of the nonprofit organization, explained
how a group of 35 conservationists, business owners and nature lovers came togeth-
er seven years ago to create the organization devoted to educating the public about
Amelia Island's biodiversity. The all-volunteer group with its 10-member board of
directors funds numerous programs such as '"Wild Nights" and the Wild Amelia
Nature Festival through sponsorships, grants, membership dues and donations.
SOutstanlgseidvlce "'Kathy Russell, the aquatics and Greenway manager for the city Parks and Recreation
a Department, explained how the city's acquisition and development of the Egans
Philip L. Hawkins accepts Creek Greenway lead to a strong commitment to environmental conservation. She
a resolution fiom Mayor said partnering with Wild Amelia has helped the city offer more environmental edu-
Sarah Pelican recognizing cational opportunities to the public. Robyn Nemes noted the organization's commit-
10 years of outstanding ment to educating children about the diversity and fragility of Amelia Island's ecosys-
service as a member of the tem. She discussed the Junior Naturalist program she has developed for young
SGeneral Employees people to learn more about local natural history, noting that the more kids under-
Pension Plan Board of stand their natural world, the more likely they are to protect the environment. At
Trustees for the city of right, from left, are Nemes, Russell and Brooks, with Rotary Club President John
SFernandina Beach during Boylan.
a city commission meeting The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club meets every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.-1
May 7 at City Hall. p.m. at the Florida House Inn in downtown Fernandina Beach. Visit www.fernandin-


Wine Fest to hostMicah's Place "
The Amelia Island Wine to a worthy cause: ending to everyone to shop for arti- Buddy is a dark orange
Festival will host Micah's Place domestic violence in Northeast sa-crafted treasures, from tabby who is about 3 years
at the second annual event Oct Florida. Tickets are now on table art to functional pottery, old. Buddy was an indoor cat,
12. Micah's Place is a certified sale for this year's 'Taste the handmade glass votives and I abandoned by. his owners,
domestic violence center and Southern Hemisphere," show- vases, hand-turned rare wood and neighbors brought him to
the only one serving Nassau casing award-winning wines vases and pepper mills, unique Cats Angels. He has been
County. Their mission is to pro- from the premier growing bottle stoppersand wine acces- with us almost two years now,
vide prevention and interven- regions of Argentina, Chile, series, hand-painted stemware, probably because Buddy has
tion services to victims of Australia, New Zealand and and one-of-a-kind sterling sil- tested positive for feline
domestic violence and to pro- South Africa on Oct 12, among ver and copper jewelry mir- AIDS. People tend to shy
-vide education within the com- the moss-draped oaks and roring the organic flow of fab- i away from cats like Buddy,
munity to effect change in reflective lagoon at the Shops ric. I but cats with feline AIDS do
behavior and attitudes relating of- Omni Amelia Island Visitors can also wander live long and healthy lives.
to domestic violence. Plantation. down the Wine Walk to the They should be kept indoors accept'clean items in working
October is the nationally Visitors will be able to stroll award-winning Amelia the safest place for all cats. condition,'but no clothes,
recognized Domestic Violence along the Wine Walk and sam- Farmers Market and mingle I Buddy recently had his yearly computers or old TVs, please.
Awareness Month and this pie dozens of wines from over with local farmers and entre- visit with the vet and he is a Donations for cat care,espe-
year marks* the 10-year 20 wineries, learn about the preneurs as you roam through healthy 16-pound boy. Buddy cially for kittens, are greatly
anniversary of the opening of wines and wineries from indus- a dizzying selection of farm- is a sweet, calm and gentle appreciated. Litter (regular
Micah's emergency shelter for try representatives and do it direct fruits and vegetables cat who responds with purrs and clumping), Fancy Feast
victims of domestic violence, all without a passport or jet- harvested just before market UBMrrrITED when you sit with him, espe- canned kitten food and Purina
At the festival they will sell lag. Allwines will be stocked at day, including organic and spe- Sales of the Amelia Island cially when brushing is One Kitten dry food in the
their auxiliary cookbook, A the Wine Tent where you can cialty foods. The market is also Wine Festival's tote bags, involved! Cats Angels is com- blue bag are all needed. You
Savory Place: Culinary purchase a bottle or a case to the perfect location to find spe- above, will benefit Micah's mitted to helping all our cats, can bring your donations to
Favorites of Amelia Island, an prolong the pleasure long after cialty tropical and landscaping Place, Nassau's only certi- especially our older felines Cats Angels during normal
outstanding 1hoto book of the you return home. plants and garden flowers. The fled domestic violence and cats like Buddy find "for- business hotrs. We also recy-
island that also showcases This year, visitors who pur- 10-year-old award-winning not- shelter ever" homes this year will cle aluminum cans in our
favorite recipes. chase a Wine Ticket will also for-profit Amelia Farmers you help usdo that? You can parking lot bins.
For the treasures you find be able to enjoy food tastings Market will be open its normal read more about them on our If you have animals in your
at the festival, buy the official from several local popular hours Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 and ticket information are website care spayed and neutered,
Amelia Wine Festivaltote bag, restaurants in the Restaurant p.m. Visit www.ameliafarm- available at www.ameliaw- Cats Angels Thrift Store/ you can make a difference in
with all proceeds contributing Court. The Wine Walk is open ersmarketcom. Festival details and at 491-4872. Adoption Center at 709 S. controlling the overpopula-
Eighth St. is open Monday tion of unwanted animals.
through Saturday from 11 Cats Angels can help you with
am. til 5 p.m. or you can call lower cost spay/neuter serv-
HOME & GARDE BRIEFS 321-2267to meet with an ices. We-can also humanely
Sadoption voluntee trap feral cats. Call 321-2267
SIf you are spring cleaning, or visit our website at
F'a ets or havearage saleleftvers, for more
please keep our Thrift Store information. Spay andneuter
Amelia Farmers Market's in mind for donations. We the responsible solution.
Booth With A Cause program
will host will host Nassau
County's National Alliance on NASSAU HU SOCIETY
Mental Illness on June 1. .
NAMI was formed over 30
years ago by two mothers
who came together to share a
Ssecret, both of their grown
children had mental disor-
ders. From this beginning
emerged NAMI, a grassroots,
self-help advocacy organiza-
tion, made up of family and
friends of those living with
mental illness. NAMI's mis-
sion is to educate the public
so they will understand that
mental illnesses are neuro-
logical'brain disorders that SU ED
are no-fault, biologically Water /wIse
based, treatable and may
eventually be preventable. Honiewners from Fernandina Beach, Yulee, Hilliard and Callahan attended the What's black and white -she doesn't exactly purr and
Educational materials will Landscape Matters class for rain barrels on May 11. Attendees stand with the two and adorable all.over? That's doesn't exactly meow it's a
be available to help under- types of rain barrels: free-standing, or connected to a downspout If you missed this our Snoop! Snoop is a sweet- happy sound that's more like
stand possible solutions and class, and want to be notified of the next class, call the Extension office at (904) 879- heart, a Great Dane mix a little chirp, and puts us in
alternative approaches to 1019, or email Master Gardeners are bn phone duty Fridays, from who's lessthan a year old. the mind of a kitty giggle.
services/treatment for men- 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at 491-7340. He's very distinctive, with a She's affectionate and very
tally ill people. NAMI will mostly black face and a most-. laid-back, and likes to sleep in
have a free raffle for a basket ly white body We think he'll the stn. She's quite bright-
full of produce, specialty fusers and hand-poured soy Plantation. Migle with local yourlocal farmrs and ranch- grow up to be a big lve, with eyed and beautiful, too. Our
aoouds andflacnts l donatedby ei rt andi.atth 01's Orginalt i ti sit o nery ers in business. Bring your, thedeadly;igentleCGreat g: catte4rystaf loses Giggles
the rnmairvendors?' 'l thic i htg Sits and recyclable shopping bag, hop a aieiisposititn. fekalks. T Fo f aorwi thinkvyou wiltstoa'Ytou
SAlso at the market um spicy mildness as a maii- vegetables harvested just on your bicycle and head on well on his leash and has can see pictures and videos of
Saturday will be Artisan nade for- beef and chicken, before market day as well down to North Seventh learned commands. He likes ouradoptable dogsand cats
Black Garlic, one of only a although shoppers are using .organic products and special- Street in downtown, to keep a clean kennel, so w o on our website,
few.producersof black garlic it in their egg dishes, as a ty foods. No pets, please. Call Fernandina Beach. thiik he should be easy to,
in the United States. Artisan tamale topping and more, 491-4872 or visit www.amelia- The farmers' market is hotsetrain. He lo es affection and we're also on Facebook.
Black Garlic has taken the Fresh from Mayport's open every Saturday, rain or and will cuddle with you to Your dog can beat the heat
use of black garlic to a new boats, white shrimp, flounder, * shine, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. get all the love he can. He at the Nassau Humane
level with its Black Garlic grouper and scallops are While thenext season is Well-behaved pets, children also enjoys playing with toys, Society Dog Park! We have a
Vinegar featuring an exorbi- available at Coastal Shrimp. not officially here.yet, school and husbands are welcome, so when youdon'thave time wading pool in the small-dog
tant amount of black garlic Everything is picked up first is out in Nassau Codnty and, too. to play with him, just give him area, and a swimming pool for
infused into a rich balsamic thing Saturday morning so that alone makes it feel like For information visit a toy and hell make his own bigger dogs. Also a training
vinegar of Modena. Also just look for the queue wait- summer The Fernandina FernandinaBeachMarketPlac fun time! area and bathing stations
available will be their fresh ing for the brothers to arrive. Beach Market Place is open ecom, fi them on Snoop has a very expres- with hotwater.
Lemon and Ginger in a White Fresh, not frozen, gourmet during the cooler hours of Facelok or call 557-8229. sive face, andyou'll put a big The park is at 641 Airport
Balsamic Vinegar of Modena entrees are available every the day, so you can stroll smile on that face if you'll. Road in Fernan-dina Beach,
and a blend of white balsamic week at Bottega by Liz through Northeast Florida's e come see him andgive him a open spring/summer hours 9
and seasoned ricewine vine- Grenamyer. There's always a friendliest farmers' market in Applications for the forever home. am. to 7 p.m. Moniday- '
galr infused with spices of different menu of fresh comfort. Nassau County Master Are you ready to get your Saturday (except closed on
India and South Asia. entrees and sides, from Meet the farmers who Gardener volunteer program : Giggles? She's a beautiful, Tuesdays), and 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Certified organic lettuces, Creamed Spinach Stuffed grow your produce, the baker are now available onlineThe sweet tabby cat, ab9ut.6 years Sundays. Proceeds benefit
cabbage, carrots, kale, heir- Salmon in Phyllo to Chicken who kneads your dough, and deadline is Jttne 28. For an old anid ready:to be a loving, our shelter for homeless pets.
loom tomatoes and more are Cordon Bleu Casserole and the makers of handcrafted overview ofthe Master iw-maintenance addition to F, information call 491-1511
available at Rosie's Organic Flat Iron Steak au Poivre. soaps and candles. You'll find Gardener program, an appli your home She got er name orvisit AmeliaisladDog
Farm and Spring Song Need to stock your freezer? tomatoes, lettuce, jellies and 'cation and to complete the because when you pet her, Park.cotm.-
ventional sweet corn, egg cooler today?" h onions and yams. Cupcakes,
plant, potatoes, squash, zuc- Sign up for the E-Mail Cookies, pies, and honey, nassau.html. For additional / PET PiROJECTS
.chini and cucumbers from Newsletter at www.amelia- locally produced and saving questions, contact the
the farm of Carter Produce. The 10- you money! Extension office at (904) 879-
Clean Ridge Soap with its line year-old, award-winning mar- Every purchase you make 1019, Or Rebecca Jordi at C Ant time outdoors at the Nassau
of hand-crafted, small batch ket is open every Saturday helps you feed your family Master, O .Humane Society's volunteer
bar soaps, lotions, shampoos from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the fresh and healthy meals, and Gardeners are on phone duty dog walks. The new summer
and lip.balms also has dif- Shops at Omni Amelia Island your pdrchases help keep Fridays, at 491-7340. Cats Angels Inc., SPCA, walk schedule is Tuesdays,
offers a Slponsorship Program Thursdays and Sundays at 9
that encourages you to assist a.m. at the NHS shelter, 671
with the cost of caring for cats Airport Road. Ages 18 and
L i r r and kittens until they finrd under welcome to accompany
their new-homes. a parent or adult guardian.
-raTo help-cover the costs of NHS adoption center at dog-
Join the Nassau County Monday, June 17: Hilliard Branch Library at 2 p.m. Fairgrounds, Multipurpose dental treatment for the cats, walktimes or 11:30 a.m.-5
Library System for its annual Branch Library at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 9: Building at 11 a.m.; Hilliard especially senior cats. v p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 11
Summer Reading Program as Tuesday, June 18: Bryceville Branch Library at Branch Library at 2 p.m. Gold Mouse Level: $110 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays.
they "Dig Into Reading." Bryceville Branch Library at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 23: Sponsor a kitten and help
Par.ticipants will journey 2p.m. Wednesday, July 10: Bryceville Branch Library at cover the cost of FIV/Feline C oLr IWante
through the Earth; explore Wednesday, June 19: Southside Elementary 2 p.m. Leukemia testing, Pet beds are desperately
geography,.dig for treasure Southside Elementairy School Cafetoriumat 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 24: spay/neuter, FVRCP vaccine needed for adoptable cats and
with pirates, enjoy magic School Cafetorium at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Southside Elementary and rabies vaccine. dogs in the local shelters. If
shows, animal shows and and 2 p.m. Thursday, July 11: Yulee School Cafetorium at 11 a.m. Helping Paw Level: $50 you have old comforters, any
much more. Programs are as Thursday, June 20: Yulee Sports Complex at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. To offset the cost of condition, please consider
follows: Sports Complex at 11 a.m. Week 5: Cherokee Native Thursday, July 25: Yulee FIV/Feline Leukemia testing bringing them to Buy-Gones
Week 1: Week 3: American Culture Show Sports Complex at 11 a.m. and/or yearly vet check-up, Ladies Resale Boutique, 1014
Florida Wildlife and Game Ronald McDonald Monday, July 15: Callahan For information contact/. FVRCP vaccine and rabies S. Seventh St., Fernandina
Monday, June 10: Monday, June 24: Northeast Florida your local library branch or vaccine. Beach. A volunteer makes.
Callahan Northeast Florida Callahan Northeast Florida Fairgrounds, Multipurpose email Youth Librarian Whisker Licking Good them into beautiful padded
Fairgrounds, Multipurpose Fairgrounds, Multipurpose Building at 11 a.m. Michelle Forde at mforde@ Level: $25- Help with the cage liners that are easily
Building at 11 a.m.; Hilliard Building at 11 a.m.; .Hilliard Week 5: Visit costs of feeding one cat. washed. Call 277-4071 for
Branch Library at 2 p.m. Branch Library at 2 p.m. Wild Wonders Animal Show I Please stop by the Thrift information.
Tuesday, June 11: Tuesday, June 25: Monday, July 15: Hilliard The Nassau County Store/Adoption Center at 709 n
Bryceville Branch Library Bryceville Branch Library at Branch Library at 2 p.m. Library System would like to S. Eighth St, Fernandina St needed
Community Room at 2 p.m. 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 16: extend its appreciation to the Beach or call 321-2267 and Nassau Humane Society
Wednesday, June 12: Wednesday, June 26: Bryceville Branch Library at following businesses for their ask to sponsor a kitty. Visit needs volunteers to provide
Fernandina Beach, Southside Southside Elementary 2 p.m. partnership and sponsoring for more short-term in-home care for
Elementary Cafetorium at 11 School Cafetorium at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 17: the Summer Reading information. If you don't want friendly dogs and cats in need
a.m. and 2 p.m. and 2 p.m. Southside Elementary Programs: Rayonier to sign up for the Sponsorship until they are ready to be
Thursday, June 13: Yulee Thursday, June 27: Yulee School Cafetorium at 11 a.m. Foundation; Bo's Automotive Program, but still want to adopted. Kitten season is
Sports Complex at 11 a.m. Sports Complex at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Yulee; anonymous donor; make a contribution of any approaching fast, and NHS
Week 2: Week 4: Diggin for Honey Thursday, July 18: Yulee Chili's In Yulee; Fernandina i amount, just know that it all needs caring, temporary
Journey Through the Universe with Buzzy Busy Honey Bees Sports Complex at 11 a.m. and Yulee MdDonald's; goes to the care of the cats, homes for kittens until they
Monday, June 17: Monday, July 8: Callahan Week 6: Diggin for Treasure Chick-Fil-A; Taco Bell; and kittens in our program. are old enough to be adopted.
Callahan Northeast Florida Northeast Florida with Pirates (Come dressed Friends of the Fernandina Veterinary care and food are
Fairgrounds, Multipurpose Fairgrounds, Multipurpose as your favorite pirate at this Beach Library; Friends of the OgWalkCS provided. Fostering can last
Building at 11 a.m. Building at 11 a.m.: grand finale program) Hilliard Branch Library; Get exercise and help a from days to several months.
Week: 2 Week 4: Dr. Zap Science Show Monday, July 22: Callahan Friends of the Bryceville homeless dog with human To learn more contact adopt
Mark Allen Magic Show. Monday, July 8: Hilliard Northeast Florida Branch Library. companionship and quality or 321-1647.

one from the musical "Charlie'
L L A C Brown') to perform at your
PEOPLE &PLACES 'Festivalfinale a cabaret
I Performances are Sept.
:.. 13, 14, 20 and 21 at 7 p.m.
ime Gra y and Emmy Award win- Times to the cover of and Sept. 22 at 2 p.m. For
SPECIAL EVENTS smoke-free meeting hall. eSyaMcNair will perform a cabaret on abaretScenesRexReedf more information call (912)
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. grare nd finaleof the 2013 season the New York Observer 729-1103.
Bicycld early bird games start at 6:05 Of t eiAmeia Island Chamber Music Festival. wrote, "She is not an ice- WIW
p.m., with regular play begin- he 7p.m. perormance will be held at the water soprano. In fact, she
SJoin the city of Fernandina ning promptly at 6:30 p.m. Omni Amelia Island Pantation6800First issodown-to-earth thatyou The next WIN WIN
Beach for a ceremony desig- The bingo session is nine Coast Hwy. Tickets for this season-ending ould never mistake her for (Women in Nassau Helping
nating the city as a Bonze games for $20, with multiple pe nance are $35 and are available at a snob. I cod get used to Women in Need) meeting will
Level Bicycle Friendly jackpots paid out. For ques- www.icafcom or by ig thebox ofceat this kinf ecstasy" be hosted by Brenda C.
Community by The League of tions email post54bingo@ 26MThe festiva s offering spe- Kayne,'certiied yoga instruc-
American Bicyclists on May 30 Proceeds support ngapeared a aslistulipleies cial discountson ticket pack tor, on June 3 at 6:30 p.m. at
at 5:30 p.m. at Main Beach programs sponsored by the thneari every major oper pany and isirs tnershi with theAmelia her studio in the Peck Center,
-Park. Bring your bikes for the American Legion. isymphny orchestra in the world s sng Island Convention and Visitors Bureau. By Femandina Beach. Along with
Scelebration. For more informa- stFriends theclassiccop. Nair presenting aalidonfirman number fro the regular meeting, members
tion call 277-7325. igher star route now with thebret ny lodging estblishment on the islnd will enjoy a brief Yogapod
The Just Friends Single lS Flow demonstration utilizing
MassThe JustCha Froc iety meets once a monnds th msiof Gershwin, Porter, Sndheim and itors will receive a 50 percentdiscount all Flow demonstration utilizing
'Mass s Society meets once a month Betheir stay Discount, Kayne's invention, the
Looking for some fun? The for dinner. If you are single ahasamassedst reecade which cannobe combnedare aailabe Yogapod Wear comfortable
Nassau Alcohol Crime and and over the age of 55, call in peraorrio,arendusal thr the box Studentticketsare clothing and participate in he
Drug Abatement Coalition 321-1116 to join. It's free to Her j ey ha k frothe $1 (cash only) an available 3 inutes demonstration.
(NACDAC) will host the first register. t ta Opera tothetiv before festival con subjct to availThe studio is on the sec-
annual "Beach Blast" on June theew York Phila nic bilStdent st present a validud ond floor, above the auditori-
1 from 11 a.rd.-2 p.m. at Main Comtputerworhop Room from the Rv Ftiva t I and profae undr O tketpe um. Park in the loton Fir
Beach in Femandina Beach. A continuing Computer laza fro the pes e e York se a e hased. Street between 10th and 11th
Participants Will compete in Workshop will be held in June ...streets on the south side of
traditional field day games at Council On Aging East the building. Follow the sigrss.
such as sack races, the 50- Nassau, 1367 South 18th St., across from Baptist Medical ence materials, a lending Sadler Road and 14th Street Donations will be collected for
yard dash, tug of war and for people interested in learn- Center Nassau. The meetings library and more through on May 31, June 7 and June Cedar Haven Transitional
more. A new raving event ing the computer basics or are free and led by a psychi- trained volunteers. It offers 14 to benefit the Muscular House. Bring a $10 check
called "Mass Chaos" will have other computer topics. atric nurse. stylish head coverings, hair- Dystrophy Association (MDA). payable to "Women of Power."
hundreds of teens busy, all in Instructor is Jan Cote-Merow, Nassau NAMI holds busi- pieces, sleep caps, chemo .The Fernandina Beach Bring brochures or business
one area, all doing something Computer Coach, who has ness meetings on the third bags with necessities and Fire Department has partici-. cards to promote your busi-
at the same time. This is a free been teaching private and Thursday of each month at comfort pillows free of charge, pated in this event for several ness or workplace. Light hors
event open to all Nassau group lessons on Amelia 5:30 p.m. in the conference Open Monday-Friday from years. Their goal this year is d'oeuvres will be served.
SCounty middle and high school Island for the past 10 years, room of the Northeast Florida noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall to reach $4,500 for MDA. The To learn more and to
students. There will be first-, The cost of each session is a Community Action Agency, at Memorial United Methodist International Association of 'RSVP contact Brenda at bck-
second- and third-place prizes donation of $10 to Council on 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100, Church on North Sixth Street, Fire Fighters is a National or leave a
for each event. To register visit Aging, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit Femandina Beach. Everyone downtown Femandina Beach. Sponsor of MDA, and thou- message at548-3224. or just show up the charity. Call Jan at 583-2870 is welcome. Call 277-0099. sands of firefighters nation- urldl show
day of the event. For more for dates and registration Family support meetings wide have been contributing
information call 277-3699. information: for family members or care- neaogygrouP to MDA in various capacities 'The theme for the next
PeEn be takers of an individual with a Genealogy group meetings since 1954. For more informa- Island Art Association
PeckEnsemble Discussiongrop mental health diagnosis are afe held at Yulee United tion contact Lauren Herring- Nouveau Show will be
The congregation of Memorial United Methodist held at St. Peter's Episcopal Methodist Church, 86003 dine at the Jacksonville "Waterviews." Membership is
Historic Macedonia A.M.E. Church hosts open discus- Church, 801 AtlanticAve., Christian Way, Yulee, the sep- District office at (904) 296- not required to submit your
SChurch invites the publicto siohs of biblical views on cur- Fernandina Beach, the fourth ond and fourth Thursday of 7434, or visit artwork in any medium on
join them for a 20th year rent events, with three Thursday of the month at 7 each month from 9-11. a.m. .Inside Ou June 3 from 9 a.m.-noon at
Sanniversary celebration of the Faithlink Encounter groups p.m. The meetings are free of New members are welcome. nsidethe IAA Gallery, 18 N. Second
Peck Community Ensemble, in that meet weekly. All are wel- charge. Contact Lisa Mohn at Call 225-5381 or Paulette Wesley Mclntyre presents St., Femandina Beach. This is
Srecognition of African come. Sunday moming's 277-1886 for information or Murrin at 548-9752 for infor- "Inside Out," an artistic offer- a juried show with cash
American Music Month, on group meets at 11 a.m. in email NassauNAMIFlorida@ mation. ing on May 31 and June 1 at awards for Best of Show, first,
June 1 at 4 p.m. The concert is MH402 (Maxwell Hall). Two the Boleros Cultural Arts second and third place win-
Sfree but a love offering will be groups meet Wednesdays at MaritimeMtseum Center, 10131 Atlanta Blvd., ners. Each show lasts for two
requested to support the 6 p.m. one at O'Kanes lrish Meditaon g p The Maritime Museum of Jacksonville, and on June 8 at months. For more information
Schurch. Historic Macedonia Pub on Centre Street and the The Insight Meditation Amelia Island hosts a pro- The Peck Center, 516 South go to
A.M.E, Church is located at other at the Partin Center Sitting Group (Sangha) meets gram on a current topic every 10th St., Femandina Bea6h. Blo ri
209 . Ninth St., comer of (white house located on the every Tuesday at the Dome Friday at 6 p.m. The programs All events are at 7:30 p.m. B ive
SBeech, in Fernandina Beach. MUMC property). For informa- Healing Center, Amelia Island, are jointly sponsored by the (doors opens at 7 p.m.). The Fernandina Beach
For information contact tion contact Pastor Hollie at from 7:30-9:15 p.m. They start museum and Amelia Advance tickets are $10, or Rotary Club will host a blood
Nanette Autry at 310-5403. with a 45-minute silent sitting Research and Recovery, LLC, $12 at the door. Cportact Solid drive on June 5, when the
Tiis WEEK NAMI ti then read and discuss a verity the Amelia-based company Rock Church of God by Faith, Blood Alliance bloodmobile
TS WEE NAMImeen of material about the practice that searches for and recov- 86138 Palm Tree Drive, will be in the parking lot of the
The National Alliance for and philosophy of Insight ers sunken treasure from Yulee, at 225-5388 or email Florida House Inn on South
BingoT ursdays Mental Illness Consumer Meditation. Anyone interested .Spanish Galleons. The muse- Third Street from 10 a.m.-3
The public is invited to play Support Group meets on in meditation is invited to um is located at 1335 S. for more information. p.m To make an appointment
bingo everyThursday at the Fridays at 11 a.m. at the attend. Email ameliain- Eighth St. No reservations are in advance visit www.the-
SLegion, 626 S. Third St., Council on Aging, 1367 South to lear needed. Call (904) 838-6688 Maine picnic, or simply
SFemandina Beach, in the large 18th St,, Femandina Beach, more or call 261-9143. or (904) 838-6619. The Everett P. Pope come at your convenience the
..Y,,*clns . ', Detachment, f the Marine.. day of the drivei. ..
IaBB .-jSY~2a~Fditions~ ~ ; ;,:;l- Corps Leauae wwltI-kbd thi&y Ffi j,
3 GerfisCbrne C 6'f Comfort, Auditions for the annual picnic at Kraft Ten i' gSC- l ,
1 s ..l a nonprofit resource center for Jacksonville Symphony Youth Acres starting at noon on The next Salt'Cooking
S13 14 -5 women with cancer, answers Orchestra (JSYO) will take June 1. All. Nassau County School theme is "Cooking with
Squestions in a confidential set- place today through May 31 Marines and their families are. Julia Child," featuring French
1 '17 18 ting, provides support group and June 1-2 at Florida State invited. The picnic is free of classics with a modern
S9 2 21 22 information, brochures, refer- College at Jacksonville South charge. approach, June 5-6. Pricing
Campus, in Building M2 near Unn ra starts at $899 for one guest
S23 24 the west parking lot in the ona n and $1,259 for two. The
25 26 27 28 29 0 PUZZLE MiAY 22 large ensemble room on the Fort Clinch State Park, schools arealso offered'a la
25 26 2 231 32 33 13 4 .L MY first floor. 2601 Atlantic Ave., will host a carte, without accommoda-
35 3 s 37 s3 39 Visit www.jaxyouthorches- Union Garrison event from 9 tions, for $339 per person
SSTABS AIR BILAH view the a.m.-5 p.m. June and 9 (inclusive). A la carte reserva-
40 142 43 POL Io o G 0 UA NE guidelines, including for each a.m.-noon June 2. This pro- tions must be paid for at the
44 45 R BO OW NiA O JSYO ensemble. To apply for gram will allow visitors to inter- time of booking and are non-
CA. I T D D 1Do EEPEN an audition visit www.jaxy- act with living historians to refundable. For information
48 49 50 51 52 A IML J M and click experience life in the fort as it visit
_E_ 1 loBDECOT PHAT 0 on the Auditions tab to get was in 1864. The grounds will ameliaisland.
53 54 55E 6 GI OP N 0 ONE started. For information call be bustling with soldiers in
57 0 N 2 N K o (904) 354-5479, ext. 221. period costumes involved in Soundson Centre
I NL R i P N A ANP firing demonstrations, march- Sounds on Centre, pre-
64 -6 66 HAOST TEBo ing drills, cooking and daily sented by the Historic
89 70 71 EHAIT LA SSIE Members of the activities. Ladies in their Fernandina Business
8 E A Ferpandina Beach Fire dresses, sutlers displaying Association, will feature the
72 73 7 S c R7N E EN A N s Department will collect dona- their wares and drummer Beech Street Blues Band
PENN DD T EBN T E R tions from passersby at boys bring every part of the June 7, with traditional and
dsh* Civil War era to life. Come join contemporary blues.
S1 in this unique, family friendly Concerts are held the first
M th SwtMIIc mmr3 NthCl event. Fridayof each month from 6-8
Make the Switch Fr' o Fees include the $6 per p.m. on Centre Street
aD Savei Up 50% you could Save 28% vehicle park entrance fee plus between Second and Front
andSave Up T0% 9 ..$2 per person fort admission, streets. Bring a chair and your
Call Now and Ask Howl .Cal 1-866-929-9071 to see how much For information contact the dancing shoes. For informa-
1 -888-903-6814 -A ia you could save on car insurance. park at 277-7274 or visit tion or to become a sponsor
Ouaildaysaweek Samn- lpm ESTPmmeCodeB M8o8113 aie tongebastoipdrimilumi.laneIl iillty blt contact Madeline Richard at
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SSl...Poin Media frm esurom5em,op ert dving by swichito I I II WEE (904) 688-0880 or madyGo
SSCHOOL'S OUT and Tilly ing ... ., 3/ .. "o on Allstate'compony NXTWEEK For the complete
47. Of higher order 15. Excavates Sundaybrunch schedule, visit SoundsOn
ACROSS or level 20. Derive 6
S1. Enthusiastic 48. 1/100th of a 22. "__ the land of 6 5 The Ladies Auxiliary of
approval ruble thefree ..."-"--- ----- VFW Post No. 4351 will serve Winetasting
6. Network with an 50. Like nay-sayers 24. Helen Keller did brunch on June 2 from 11 Nassau Health Foods will
eye 52. Gas type this a.m.-1 p.m. for an $8 dona- host a wine tasting with
9. Train track 53. Sir Francis 25. Capital of tion. If you provide three pack- Florida's own Island Grove
13. Beamed or Drake's "Golden Belarus 1 A 7 6 / aged items for the Hope Winery on June 8 from 3-6
glowed 26. "Potato State" House Salvation Army or the p.m. Island Grove Wine
14. Atilla, e.g. 55. Approximated 27. Reduce pres- Adopted Soldiers deployed in Company specializes inlfine
15. "Beats me!" landing time sure 1 6- 9 Afghanistan donation box at blueberry wines using the
16. Shinbone 6 57. Individual 29. *Read in VFW Post No. 4351, receive freshest blueberries from their
Amecan cuckoo en1. *al as 31. Formal affair 7 brunch for a $5 donation. All very own Florida plantations.
18. America's 64. Santa Anna's 32. Downy duck 0 members and their guests The winery is located
singing choices siege site 33. Be theatrical -- --- welcome. southeast of Gainesville in
19. *"School's Out" 65. Sarcastic 34. Wheel stopper 3 7 2 VFW Post No. 4351 is Alachua County. For decades,
singer 67. User ID + pass- 36. Blue-ribbon located at 96086 Wade's Alachua County has been the
S21. "Diary of a word 38. *Done to a year- 2 Place, Fermandina Beach heart of Florida blueberry pro-
Wimpy Kid:_ 69. Letter's end book 7 9 2 8 5 (under the Shave Bridge). For ductioh and remains so today.
70. Canal locale 42. Poly- follower information call 432-8791. Island Grove blueberry wines
23. Endorsement 71. About to 45. *For under- A are made from 100 percent
24. Harper and explode achievers in sum- Auditions blueberries with no grape
Bruce, e.g. 72. Field worker mar St. Marys Little Theatre will juice or flavorings used and
25. A cool as in 73. Caustic chemi- 4. th 9 6 4 hold auditions for "You're a are very low in sulfites. They
28. South American .74. Yielded 5.character U: Good Man, Charlie Brown" on also produce several fruit
Indian people 54. Handrail post "'.Tw. M Mdi June 2 from 2-4 p.m. at blends including Backporch
30. Raja's money, DOWN 56. Love intensely : Theatre bythe Trax, 1000 Peach, Southern Strawberry
pi. 1. PST plus thfee "' 57. *Colorful acces-- Fill in the squares so 5 6 1 7 3 8 2 9 4 Osbome Road in St. Marys, Grape, Bold Blackberry, Crisp
35. *Essay's main 2. All the rage sory to cap and thateachrowcolumn 9 3 2 5 1 4 8 7 Ga. Green Apple and Rustic,
3. One of Los gown eacrow lum2 5 4 8 7 6 Roles to be filled include Raspberry. Call 277-3158 for
:37.*Truant officers Lobos 58. Assortment and 3-by-3box 7 4 8 9 2 6 3 5 1 Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy information.
39. *Done at the 4. Opposite of 59. Magician, in the hnrain rhp num --- Van Pelt, Linus Van Pelt, Sally Day
mirror before cation olden days Contain the numbers 4 5 3 8 9 2 6 1 7 Brown, Schroeder, Franklin, MarinaDay
prom 5. Kitchen whistler 60. Arab ruler 1 through 9. Solution Pig Pen, Peppermint Patty, The Fernandina Harbor
40. Organization 6. Blacken' 61.Swilling vortex 8 9. T 7 5 4 2 3
formed in 1949 7. Dog holder 62. Examation of will appear in the -7 5 2 Marcie, Rerun Van Pelt, and Marina will present its Annual
41. Bone-chilling 8. Like a snicker surprise, archaic : Friday B-section. 2 1 7 4 6 3 5 8 9 Woodstock. Boat Show, free of charge, on
43. Picked up by 9. Paul of '"This Is 63. Surfer's stop 1 2 All parts call for adults or June 8, National Marina Day..
one of senses 40" 66. Bit of sunshine Frid Ma 4 Slti 3 8 9 6 5 1 7 4 2 teenagers except for Rerun The event is for all ages and
44. Expels from 10. Dwarf buffalo 68. Flanders of Friday, May on 1 2 4 3 8 7 9 6 5 and Woodstock, which calls will be held from 10 a.m.-3
community 11. Inwardly '"The Simpsons" ---.. -- for children ages 8-11. p.m. For information visit
46. Actresses Ryan 12. *Summer leam- 6 7 5 2 4 9 1 3 8 Prepare a song (preferably

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader 71,


Josh and Hanna
Empens, right, originally
of Iowa and California,
respectively, take a
break from browsing to
share a bowl of spicy
shrimp gumbo at the
50th Annual Isle of
Eight Flags Shrimp
Sa 4 Festival the first week-
at l h end in May. It was the
Chefs Move TO SCHOOL couple's first Shrimp
Festival, after moving to
the area last summer.
Ole atu ha wernrkdina e c s St ouo o

Residents Sandra
and Paul Thoreson
and Paul's brother
David, visiting from
SUBMITTED Virginia, left, keep
Above, from left, are Thomas Tolxdorf, executive chef of The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia their fried treats out
Island, Amari Forrest, Fernandina Beach High School student, Allyn Graves, director of the rain by hud-
of school food service for the Nassau County School Board, Bishop Richards, FBHS dling beneath a store
student, Laura Perkins, FBHS student, Michael Gass, chef and culinary teacher at awning at the Shrimp
FBHS, and Glenn Wright, chef at The Riiz-Carlton, Amelia Islond. Festival.

FBHS students enjoy

putting on 'The Ritz

For the News-Leader

How often can you say that 'We are excited about Executive Chef Tolxdorf
you have eaten dishes from The H UsB ld a D WT
Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island? and his team's interest in partnering with us
More than 800 students from and preparing such a mealfor our students Hundreds of people rely on our ibrary every
Fernandina Beach High School .day. They research colleges, scholarships,
were be able to say this recent- We tookforward to expanding this initiative careers, businesses; do homework, learn
ly at lunch. The Ritz-Carlton, into more schools nextyear. new skills, trace their ancestors,.enrich their
Amelia Island team of.culinary lives. But this vital resource greatly needs
qhefs led by Executive Chef ALLYN GRAVES. DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES more space, updating and renovations.
Thomas Tolxdorf prepared a
school lunch meal that no stu- That's why we're working with Fernandina
dent will soon forget. and whole-wheat, low-fat oat- year and working directly with Beach and Nassau County to make our
Tolxdorf has worked meal cookies. our food managers," said Allyn Library bigger and better. Your help is needed
throughout the world for more This effort is a pilot program Graves, director of school food too. The Friends of the Library is raising
than 30.years and oversees a of the national Chefs Move to services for the Nassau County funds for construction, furnishings, equipment
staff of 100 culinarians who Schools initiative, which is an School Board. and otherneeds. By helping improve our
work in the four-star, awarding- extension of First Lady Michelle The board's Food Service Library, you will be keeping our community a
winning estaurants atThe Ritz- Obama's Let's Move campaign serves more than 1,600,000 vibrant, desirable place to live, work and do
Carlton, Amelia Island. He to help reduce childhood obe- meals and snacks that meet business. Please join us today.
brought an international flavor sity. The Chefs Move to Schools strict nutritional requirements
to the Fernandina Beach High initiative is about talented chefs each year. Much of those meals a mhn o I lmr o ve
School kitchen, and is an advo- from the community coming. include fiesh produce from
cate, like the school district, of into school kitchens and creat- localfarms in a 150-mile radius lhet eF andina Beach
buying local fiesh food. ing a new "culinary spin" to of the district school. The
The menu Tolxdorf and his school meals, with the focus department has received the libra
culinary team prepared was a making school cafeteria food prestigious Florida Healthy To learmore or ntribute
classic, but with a "The Sitz" look,and.tastebetter, butwith School Distridt Silver level e
spin to it es1 pagheti wth fe deit tdse- an4iE at.i 0 e29 oo honor fro ,Ii i86'dinated L. G 25
sauce from' i~ratch. It'fridud- "We ~are' excited about School Health Partnership and the Libraryt 25 N.
ed: whole grain paste with fresha Executive Chef Tolxdorf and is a co-sponsor 'for Florida Fernandina Beach FL or
tomato sauce with the option of his team's interest in partner- Action for Healthy Kids., or
Italian turkey sausage; a side of ing with us and prepariNig such For more information, con- S E^Mil email e irr a at pe to t on eak t p
fresh spring vegetables tossed a meal for our students. We look tact Allyn Graves, director of The Friends of the Library thanks Stee Lelmberg for photos of th our classes and c r ps J es, Femandina
with olive oil and herbs, fresh forward to expanding this ini- food services, at 491-9923 or Uibrary patrons and the News-Leader for producing this ad. Bc, adeandl, M FSU tudet
green salad, homemade rolls tiative into more schools next .NUPSA


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or immediately upon receiv- RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-l ALL.CLAIMS NOT FILEDWITH- Department, e-mailedto agre- INTH TIME PERIODS SET FORTH yo, tothe provison ofcertain
OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Ing this notification if the time TY, FLORIDA. INTHE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH, or IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE assstance please contactthe
IN AND FOR IN AND FOR before the scheduled appear- has been filed aganst you IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE received by telephone at FLORIDA PROBATECODEWILL ADA Coordinator at crtln-
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA ance is less than.7 days; If you and you are required to serve FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL (904) 491-7328. All comments BE FOREVER BARRED. trp@coJ:net or (904) 630-2564
CIVIL DIVISION CIVIL DIVISION are hearing or voice impaired, a copyof your written defens- BE FOREVER BARRED. wll become part of the record NOTWITHSTANDING HETIME at least 7 days before your
CASE NO.: 12CA103 CASE NO.: cal 711. es, if any, to fiton Mark W. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIME In this matter and subject to PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, schedled courtappearance,
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A.. 45-2012-CA-000328 Dated this 20th Hernandez Butler & Hosch, PA, PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, Florlda's public records law. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) or immediately upon receiv-
Plaintiff, CITIMORTGAGE, INC., day of May, 2013. 3185 South Conway Road, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Persons with disabilities YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE Ing this notifcaton if the time
vs. Plaintif, JOHN A. CRAWFORD Suite E, Orlando, Florida 32812 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE requiring accommodations In DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH beforetheschedled appear-
DEXTER L WARE; TANGELA G. vs. Clerk of The Circuit Court and file the original with the DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH order to partcipate n ths pro- IS BARRED. nce is less than 7 days; if you
WARE; HICKORY VILLAGE MELTON BENJAMIN COBB By: /s/ Tracy Poore Clerk of the above-styled IS BARRED. gram or ttlvity should con- Thedate offrstpubcation arehearingorvoleimpdred,
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, A/K/A MELTON COBB; VIR- Deputy Clerk Court on or before 30 days The date of first publicaflon. 'act491-7328 at least twenty- of thIs notice s May 29th,2013 cal 711.
INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT IN GINIA SUSAN COBBA/KA VIR- Submitted by: from the first publcdtion, oth- of his notice is May 29th, 2013. four (24) hours in advance to Attorney for personal repre- Dated this 20th
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT GINIA COBB; UNKNOWN TEN- Choice Legal Group, PA. erwise a Judgment may be Attorney for personal repre- request such accommoda- sentatives: day of May, 2013.
PROPERTY, ANT; IN POSSESSION OF THE 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120 entered against you for the sentatives: fon. Conlne J. Byrd JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Defendants. SUBJECT PROPERTY, Fort Lauderdale, Forida 33309 relief demanded In the Teresa L Prince THE PUBUC IS INVITEDTO BE Florida Bar No.68390 Clerk of The CircuitCourt
S NOTICE OF Defendants. Telephone: (954) 453-0365 Complaint. Attorney for Jean D. Mann PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A Byrd & Byrd, LLP By: '/s/Amanda Steam
FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE OF Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 WITNESS my hand and seal Florida Bar Number: 41953 PERSONI DECIDES TO APPEAL 1646 Emerson Street, Lite A Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FORECLOSURE SALE Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 of sad Court on the 20th day Tomassettl & Prince ANY DECISION MADE BY THE Jacksonville, Florida 32207 Subnitted by:
pursuant to Find Judgment of NOTICE.IS HEREBY GIVEN 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 of May, 2013. 406 Ash St. BOARD, AGENCY OR COM- Telephone: (904) 731-0990 Choice Legal Group, PA.
Foreclosure dated the 20th pursuantto Find Judgmentof 1484 AMERICANS WITH DISABIU- Fernandlna, FL32034 MISSION iH RESPECTTOANY E-mail address: 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
day of May, 2013 and entered Foreclosure dated the 20th TIES ACT. If you are a person Telephohe: (904) 26-1833 MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH Fort Lauderdale. lorlda 33309
in Case No. 12CA103. of the day of May, 2013 and entered IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN with a dlsobility who needs Fax:(904) 212-0350 Jax No,) MEETINGOR HEARING HE/SHE Personal Representative: Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Circuit. Court of the 4TH In. Case No. 45-2012-CA- AND FOR any accommodation in order E-mail: WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE Leanne Kennison Facsmile: (954) 77l 1-6052
Judicial Circuit In and for 000328, of the Circuit Court of NASSAIT COUNTY FLORIDA to partlclpate in this pro- PROCEEDINGSAND FORTHAT 76230 Dove Rd. Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
Nassau County, Florld where- the4TH Judicial Circuit in and CASE NO.: 12-553-CA ceeding, you are entlted at Secondary E-Mall: PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO. Yulee, Rorlda32097 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013
n, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., Is for Nassau County, Florida, BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. no cost to you, to the prov- ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 1489
the Plaintlff and DEXTER L whereln, CITIMORTGAGE, INC., Plaintiff, sion of certain assistance. Personal Representatives: W RECORD OF THE PROCEED- 1488 ......
WARE; TANGELA G. WARE; and Is the Plaintiff and VIR- vs. Please contact the ADA Jean D. Mann INGS ISMADEWHICH RECORD N U NOTICE OF PUBLIUC SALE
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; GINIA COBB; MELTON BEN- SPOUSE OF MARK S. MISTAL, court system at crtlntrp@col. Fernandlna Beach, EVIDENCE UPON WHICH 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. of Foreclosure of Lienand
UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- JAMIN COBB A/K/A MELTON UNKNOWN TENANT I; UN- net or (904) 630-2564 at least 7 Florida 32034 APPEAL ISTO BE BASED. IN AND FOR Intent to sell these vehicles on
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT COBB and UNKNOWN TEN- KNOWN TENANT II; AMELIA days before your scheduled 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 The Planning and Zoning NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 06/10/2013, 8:30 am at 425 S
PROPERTY are defendants.The ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE NATIONAL PROPERTY OWNERS court appeaoance, or imme- 1486 Board and the Board of CIVIL DIVISION 8TH ST FERNANDINA FL 32034-
Clerk of this Court shall sell to SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen- ASSOCIATION, IN C. AMELIA dlately upon receiving this a County Commissioners may CASE NO.: 3609. pursuant to subsection
the highest and best bidder dants. The Clerk of thls Court NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, LLC, notification if the tlme before NOTICE OF INTENTION cortlnue hearlngt on thls mat- 45-2010-CA-000487 713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
for cash at the, AT, THE MAIN shall sell to the highest and and any unknown heirs, the scheduled appearance is TO CONSIDER ter. CITIMORTGAGE, INC., BILL'S TOWING reserves the
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU best bldder for cash at the,AT devlsees, grantees, creditors, less than 7 days: If you are ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE Daniel B. Leeper, Chalr Plaintiff, right to accept or reject any
JUDICIAL ANNEXs 76347 VET- THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE and other unknown persons hearing or volce Impaired, call Nassau County proposesto Nassau County Board of vs. and/or all bids.
ERANS WAY, YULEE. FL a2097, NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, or unknown spouses claiming 711. amend the Nassau County. County Commlssioners HEATHER WALTERS; OTTER RUN 2GG1WN52MXT9197223
11:30 AM on the 30th day of 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, by through and under any of John A; Crawford Land Development Code by Thomas Ford, Chair m HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION, 1996 CHEVROLET
August, 2013, see the follow- FL 32097, 11:30 AM on the 2nd the above-named CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT adopting the following Nassau County Plannlng and INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN It 05-29-2013
Ing described property as set day of July, 2013, see the fol- Defendants. b E By: /s/PamellOaJones Ordinance: Zoning Board .POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT 1490
forth in said Final Judgment, lowlng descrlbed ptoperty as Defendants. Deputy Clerk AN ORDINANCE OF THE 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 PROPERTY. -...
to wit: set forth In sold. Final NOTICE OF ACTION 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 BOARDOF COUNTY COMMIS 1487 Defendants. PUBIC AUCTION
LOT 113, HICKORY VILLAGE Judgment, to wit: TO: 1485. SIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY, NOTICE OF Atantlc Self Storage PUBUC
SALE, IF ANY, OTIER THAN THE (S.E. 1/4) OF THE SOUTH WEST FERNANDINA BEACH. FL Deceased. MENT OVERLAY DISTRICT; PRO- NOTICE TO CREDITORS for Nassau County, Florida, units will be sold at public sale
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE QUARTER (S.W. 1/4) OF THE 32034 NOTICE TO CREDITORS VIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; PRO- The admilnstratlon of the wherein,CITIMORTGAGE INC., with a 10% buyer's premium.
DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE NORTH EAST QUARTER (N.E. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARK The adminlstratilon of th6 VIDING FOR FINDINGS; estate of Madge Glbsoi, and is the Plaintiff and The above Units contain
ACAIM WITH 60 DAYSAFTER 1/4) OF SECTION 23 (23) TO A S. MISTAL estate of Lucle Phlnney PROVIDING FOR SEvERABlUTY; deceased, whose date of HEATHER WALTERS: OTTER RUN household goods unless oth-
THE SALE. POINTOF BEGINNING THENCE 820 SEA SPRAY LANE, APT 104 Bennett, deceased, whose PROVIDING FOR CODIFICA- death was April 9th, 2012, is HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, erwise noted. All Vehicles are
If you are a person with a WEST ONE HUNDREDAND FIVE FOSTER CITY, CA 94404 date of death was March 27, TION; AND PROVIDING AN pending in the Circuit Court INC. and UNKNOWN TEN- sold AS-IS PARTS ONLY Terms of
dlsability who needs any (105) FEET, THENCE NORTH SIX OR 2013. is pending in the Circuit EFFECTIVE DATE. for Nassau County, Florldoa, ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE sales are CASH ONLY at the
accommodation in order to HUNDRED AND THIRTY (630) LOT46 LANTANA COURT Court for Nassau County, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Probate Dlvision, the address SUBJECT PROPERIT are defen- end of each auction,
piarticipate inthis proceeding, FEET, THENCE EAST ONE HUN- FERNANDINA BEACH, FL Florlda,. Probate Division, the that the Planning and Zoning of which is 76347 Veteran's. dants. The Clerk of this Court 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013
you are entitled, at no cost to DRED AND FIVE (105) FEET, 32034 address of which is Downtown Bqard of Nassau County will Way, Suite 456, Yule,e Florida shall sell to the highest and 1477
you,to the provision of certain THENCE SOUTH SIX HUNDRED OR 95002 LANTANA COURT Historic Courthouse, 416 conduct a public hearing on 32097. The names and best bidderfor cash atthe.AT ....
assistance please contact the AND THIRTY (630) FEET TO FERNANDINA BEACH, FL Centre Street, 32034. The Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 7:00 addresses of the persond rep- THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NOTICE OF SALE
ADA Coordinator at crtin- PLACE OF BEGINNING. 32034 names and addresses of the PM regarding the proposed resentatives and the personal NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN or (904) 630-2564 TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STAT- personal representatives and ordinance. Also the Nassau representatives' attorney are 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, that the undersigned intends
at least 7 days before your TAIN DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE ED, CURRENT RESIDENCE the personal representatlves' County Board Of 'County set forth below. FL 32097, 11:30AM on the27th 'to sell the personal property
schedLied court appearance. HOME KNOWNASA 2000 PIO- UNKNOWN attorney are set forth below Commissioners wll hold publie All creditors of the dece- day of June, 2013, seethe fol- described below at puolc sale
or Immediately upon receiv- NEER, IDENTIFICATION NUM- Any unknown heirs, All creditors of the dece-. hearlngs on Monday, July 22, dent and otherpersons having lowingdescribed property as. by competitlve bidding on
ingthisnotification Ifthetime BERS PHI844GA17278A AND devlsees, grantees, creditors, dentand otherpersonshavlng 2013.at7:00PMandMonday, claims or demands against set forth in' said Final Frlday, the 31st day of May,
before the schedllied appear- PHI844GA17278B. and other unknown persons claims or demands agalnst August 12, 2013at7:00PM.The decedent'sestatebnwhoma Judgment, to wit: 2013 at 10:00 am onthe prem-
ance Is less than 7 days; if you ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN or unknown spouses claiming decedent's estate on whom a public hearings will be held at copy of this notice Is requlred LOT EIGHT(8), OTTER RUN, Ises where said property has
are hearing or voice impadred, INTEREST INTHE SURPLUSOFTHE by through and under any of copy of thisnotice Is required the James S. Page Govern- to be served must file their ACCORDING TO THE PLAT been stored and which are
call 711. SALE, IF ANY. OTHERTHANTHE the above-named Defen- to be served must file their mental Complex, 96135 claims with this court WITHIN THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT located at Brldgeview Self
Dated this 20th PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE dant(s), If deceased or whose claims with this court WITHIN Nassau Place, Yulee, Florlda THE LATER OF3 MONTHS AFTER BOOK5, PAGES 156 THROUGH Storage, 474431 East State
day of May 2013. DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE last' known addresses are THE LATER OF 3 MONTHSAFTER 32097. THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 158, OF THE PUBULIC RECORDS Road 200. Fernandina Beach,
By: /s/ Tracy Poore If you are a person with a that an action to foreclosure DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER- hearings and to be heard. VICE OF A COPY OF THIS INTEREST INTHESURPLUSOFTHE David Dlsmyke5008
Deputy Clerk disability who needs any Mortgage covering fhe fol- VICE OF A COPY OF THIS Copies of the proposed NOTICE ON THEM. SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE James Turllngton 3181
Submitted by: accommodation in order to lowing redal and persondal prop- NOTICE ON THEM. Ordinances and supporting All other creditors of the PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE Purchases must be pad fo,
Choice Legal Group, RA. partlcipate In this proceeding, erty described as follows, to- All other creditors of the information are avallable for decedent and other persons DATE OF US PENDENS MUST FILE at the time of purchase by
1800 NW 49th Street. Suite 120 you are entitled, at no costto wit: decedent and other persons inspection in the office of the having claims or demands A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER cash only. A cleaning deposit
Fort Lauderdale, Florlda 33309 you,to the provision of certain LOT 46, AMEUA NATIONAL havilhg claims or demands Nassau County Growth against decedent's estate THE SALE. will be taken.
Telephone: (954) 453-0865 assistance please contact the UNIT ONE/PHASE 1-A, ACCOR- against decedent's estate Management Department, must file their claims with this If you are a person with a Dated this 05/22/2013 and
Facsimlle' (954)771-6052 ADA Coordinator at crtln- DING TO PLAT THEREOF AS must file their claims with this 96161 Nassau Place,Yliee, FL court WITHIN 3 MONTHSAFTER disabllity who needs any 05/29/2013.
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 or (904) 630-2564 RECORDED IN BOOK 7, PAGES court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER 32097. Comments may also THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- accommodation In order to 2t 05-22-29-2013
2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 at least 7 days before your 48THROUGH 71, INCLUSIVEOF THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- be directed In writing to'the CATION OF THIS NOTICE. partcilpate In this proceeding, 1475
1483 schedled court appearance, THE CURRENT PUBLIC CATION OF THIS NOTICE. Growth Management All CLAIMS NOT FILED WIITH- you are entitled, a; no cost to Legals Continued Next Page

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NOTICE OF APPUCATION Hundredths(1,277.26)feettoa Disabilities: If you ae a person whose address is Cohen & and file the origind with'the BOOK5 PAGES 83 AND 84 OF CIAL RECORDS BOOK 437, MARGARET KIRK BRENNAN,
FOR TAX DEED point run thence North Eighty- with a disability who needs Thurston. PA.. 1912 Hamilton Clerkof the CircuitCoteither THE PUBIC RECORDS OF NAS- PAGE 267. SAID PORTION deceased, File Number 13-CP-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nine (89) degrees, Fifty-seven any accommodationsin order Street, Site 206,Jacksonvile, FL before service on Plaintiff's SAU COUNTY FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY 101; by the Circuit Court for
US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE LEN (57) minutes.Fve (05)seconds to participate inthis proceed- 32210 within thirty (30) days attorney orimmedatelythere- TOGETHER WIH THAT CERTAIN DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Nassau County. Florida,
The holder of the following West a distance of Four ing, you are entitled atno cost after the first date of publica- after: otherwise a default will MOBILE HOME DESCRIBED AS COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE Probate Divisionthe addressof
certificate(s) has filed said ce0- Hundred Fifty and Thirty-four to you, to the provision of cer- tion of this notice, and file the be entered aginst you for the THE 1898 OMNI VIN.NO.018306 RIGHT-OF-WAY MONUMENT which is 76347 Veterans Way,
tificate(s) for atax deed to be Huridredth (450.34) feet to a tain assistance. Please con- original with the Clerk of this relief demanded in the This property is located at ON THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF- r Yulee, Florida 32097; that the
issued thereon.The certificate point run thence North Fifteen tactthe Court Adminlstrator's Court either before service on Complaint. the Street address of: 652 WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD 5-. decedent's date wasJune 14
number(s) and year of (15) degrees, One (01) rrinute office not later than seven Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- WITNESS my hand and seal .Theresa Road, Yulee, Florida 115A(A 100 FEET WIDE RIGHT- 201t that the total value of
Issuance, the descrption of the Forty-five (45) seconds West a days prior to the proceeding, ately thereafter; otherwise a ofttisCourt on the 15th day of 32097 OF-WAY) AT THE POINT OF A the estate is $45,000.00 and
property and the name(s) in distance of Five Hundred JOHN A.CRAWFORD defait will be entered against May.2013. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve CURVE LYING A RIGHT ANGLE that the names and those to
which it is assessed are as fol- Thirty-four and Eeven Clerk of Circuit Court you for the relief demanded Clerk of the Court a copyof your written defens- FROM AND A DISTANCE OF whom Ithas been assigned by
lows: Hundredths (534.11) feet to a By. s/ Sue Powell in the complaint or petition. NASSAU County, Florida esonor before June 29th,2013 50.0 FEET FROM THE CENTER- such order are:
File Number: 2013-017-TD point: run thence North Sixty- Deputy Clerk DATED on this 10th day of By: /s/ Pamelia Jones a date which is within 30 days LINE STATION 357458.49; AND Name and Address of
Certificate Number: 290 one (61) degrees, Rve (05) 2t05-22-29-2013 May 10,2013. Deputy Clerk afterthe firstpublication ifany RUN NORTH 10 DEGREES 10 Creditors:
Parcel Number: minutesFifty (50) seconds West 1464 JOHN A. CRAWFORD 2t 05-22-29-2013 on Bizabeth R. Wellborn. PA., MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST JANE MACELHENNEY
33-4N-23-000-0007-0020 a distance of Five Hundred ------ CLERK OF THE COURT 1474 Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY A 508 Ash St.
Year of Issuance: 2010 Thirty and a Eighty-three IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ------ address is 350 Jim Moran Blvd., DISTANCE OF 342.62 FEET TO Femandina Beach, FL32034
Description of Property: PT OF Hundredths (530.83) feet to a FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT By /s/ Pamelia Jones IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR Suite 100. Deerfield Beach. AN IRON PIN SET FOR THE Beneficiaries:
SEl/4 OFSW1/4PTOR579PG point: run thence North Sixty- IN AND FOR NASSAU Deputy Clerk NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Rorida 33442 and file the orig- POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM JANE MACELHENNEY
64 two (62) degrees, Forty-three COUNTY, FLORIDA 2t 05-22-29-2013 PROBATE DIVISION inal with this Court either THE POINTOF BEGINNING THUS 508 AshSt.
Assessed To: TOMMY E (43) minutes, ten (10) seconds CIVIL ACTION 1467 FILE NO.: 13-CP-21 before service on Plaintiff's DESCRIBED, CONTINUE NORTH Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
STEEDLEY PENNY STEEDLEY West a distance of One CASE NO.: ------- DIVISION:A Attorney, or irmediately there- 10 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 13 ANN BRENNAN
All of the above property is Hundred Sixty-four and Ninety 45-2012-CA-000472 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN RE: ESTATE OF after: otherwise, a default will SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID. 231 Winged Foot Drive
located in Nassau County in Hundredth (16490) feet to a DIVISION: A FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DAVID NELSOW BARNES, be ertered against you for the RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE OF Blue Bell, PA 19422
the State of Florida. point; run thence North WELLS FARGO BANK NA, IN AND FOR NASSAU Deceased. relief demanded in the 413.54 FEET: RUN THENCE GRACE BRENNAN
Unless such certificate(s) Twenty-four (24) degrees Ten Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA .NOTICE TO CREDITORS Complaint or Petition. SOUTH 89 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 570 North 23rd Street;Apt. #3
shall be redeemed according. (Ten) mlriutes, Fifty {50) sec- vs. CASE NO: The administration of the This Notice shall be pub- 52 SECONDSWEST A DISTANCE Philadelphia, PA 19130
to law, the property described onds East a distaripe of Three NICHOLAS MARTINO, et al, 45-201 1-CA-000178 estate of DAVID NELSON lished once a week for two OF 753.7 FEETTOAN IRON PIPE WILLIAM S. BRENNAN, JR.
In such certificate or certifi- Hundred Ninety and Fifty Defendant(s). DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL BARNES, deceased, whose consecutive weeks In The ON THE WESTERLYLINE OF THE 4633 Isla Verde Avenue,
cates will be sold to the Hundredths (390.50) feetto A NOTICE OF TRUST COMPANY, AS INDEN- date ofdeathwasAugust24 News Leader. AFOREMENTIONED QUARTER- Apt. 1007
Highest Bidder at the MAIN point; run thence North Three FORECLOSURE SALE TURE TRUSTEE FOR NEW CEN- 2010, is pending In the Circuit WITNESS my hand and seal QUARTER, RUN THENCE SOUTH Castillo del Mar, Carolina,
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU (3) degrees, five (05) minutes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'TURY, HOME EQUITY LOAN. Court for NASSAU County, of thecourton March 15,2013. 0 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 31 SEC- PR 00979
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, Ten (10) seconds West a dis-' pursuant to a Final Judgment TRUST2006-2 RForida, Probate Division, the JOHN A CRAWFORD. ONDS EAST ALONG SAID WEST- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
76347 VETERANS WAY;YULEE, tnce of Seven Hundred Three of Mortgage Foreclosure Plaintiff(s), address of which is 76347 CLERK OF THE COURT E.RLYUNEA DISTANCE OF 300.0 ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
SFL on the 18" day of June, and 'Twenty one Hundredths dated May 09, 2013 and vs. Veterans' Way. Yuee, Florida By: s/ Pamelia Jones FEET TO SOLID IRON PIN;. RUN All creditors of the dece-
2013, between the hours of (703.21) feet to a point; run enteredin Case No. 45-2012- BARBARA A. MEZELLA A/K/A 32097. The names and Deputy Clerk THENCE 81 DEGREES 31 MIN- dent and persons having
11:00 a.m. ahd 2:00 p.m. The thence North Eighty-two (82) CA-000472 of the CircuitCourt BARBARA MEZELLA et a., addresses of thepersonal rep- Attorney for Plaintiff: UTES 16 SECONDS EAST A DIS- cidms or demands agdnstthe
Clerk of Court's Office Policy is degrees, one minute (01),West of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit Defendant(s). resentative and the personal Jacqueline Gardiner, Esq. TANCE OF 684.42 FEET TO THE estate of the decedent other
to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m. a distance of Four Hundred In and for NASSAU County, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE representative's attorney are Jacquelyn C. Herrman, Esq. POINT OF BEGINNING. that those for whom provision
JOHN A.CRAWFORD Seventeen and Seventy-nine 'Roridawherein WELLS FARGO SALE PURSUANT TO set forth below. Elizabeth R.Wellborn, PA. A/K/A 376640 Kings Ferry Rd, for full-payment was made in
NASSAU COUNTY Hundredths (417.79) feet to a 'BANK NA. is the Plaintiff and CHAPTER 45 All creditors of the dece- 350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 100 Hlliard,.FL 32046-6342 the Order of Summary
CLERK OF COURT' point; run thence North Seven NICHOLAS MARTINO; ANGELA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN dent and other persons having Deerfield Beach, Rorida 33442 has been filed agdnst you Administration must file their
RHODAGOODWIN, (07) degrees, Fifty-seven (57) 'M. MARTINO: HERON ISLES that sale will be made pur- claims or demands against Telephone: (954) 354-3544 and you are required to serve claims with this court WITHIN
DEPUTY CLERK minutes East a distance of 'OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; suant to an Order or Final decedents estate on whom a Facsimile: (954) 354-3545 a copy of your written defens- THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
If you are a person with dis- One Hundred Fifty and Thirty- TENANT #1 N/K/A TASHA Summary Judgment. Final copy of this notice is served ,Primary email: es, within 30 days afterthe first IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
ability who needs anyaccom- hundredths (50.30) feet to an CAMPBELL are the Defen- -Judgment was awqrded on must file their claims with this publicationif any, on Albertell FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL
modation in order to partici- iron pipe set for the POINT OF dants, The Clerk of the Court May 3, 2013 In Civil Case No. Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 Secondary email: service- Law, Plantiff',whose CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
pate in this proceeding, you BEGINNING. From the POINT will sell to the highestand best 45-2011-CA-000178, of the MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF address Is. RO. Box 23028, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
are entitled, at no costto you, OF BEGINNING thus described bidder for cash at NASSAU Circuit Court of the FOURTH FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH Tampa, FL33623,and file orig- BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING
Sto the provision of certain assis- continue North Seven (07) JUDICIAL ANNEX 76347 VET- Judicial Circuit In and-for NAS- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE THE AMERICAN WITH DISABlU- Inal with this Court either ANY OTHER APPUCABLE TIME
tance. Please contact the degrees, Fity-seven (57) min- ERAN'S WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA SAU County, Florida, wherein DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY TIES ACT, if you are a person before service on Plaintiff's PERIOD,ANY CLAIM RLED TWO
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- utes, East a distance of One at 11'30AM onthe 20thdayof DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL OF THIS NOTICE N THEM.. with a disability who needs attorney,.orimmediately there- (2)YEARSOR MORE AFTERTHE
4600 press 0, at least 7 days Hundred Fifty (150.0) feet to Jue, 2013, the following TRUST COMPANY AS INDEN- All other creditors of the any accommodation In order after otherwise, a defaut.will DECEDENT'S DATE OF'DEATH
before your scheduled court anironpipe;run thenceNorth describedpropertyas setforth TURE TRUSTEE FOR NEW CEN- decedent :rid otherpersons toparticipateinthis proceed-' beentered againstyouforthe IS BARRED .
appearance, or Immediately Elghty-two (82)degrees;Three In said Rnad Judgment: TURY, HOME EQUITY LOAN, having claims or demnir ds: i.ngyouareentitled,atn6Icost relief demanded in the The dateof firstpublication of
upon receiving this notifica- (03) minutes, West a distance LOT 142 HERON ISLES PHASE TRUST 2006-2 is the Pldntiff;and, against the decedent's estate to you,to provisions of certain Complainror petition, this Notice is May 29th, 2013.
tion if the time before the of One Hundred Forty (140.0) ONE,ACCORDINGTOTHE PLAT BARBARA A. MEZELLA A/K/A must file their claims with this assistance.Pleasecontactthe This notice shall be pub- Attorney for Person Giving
scheduled appearance Is less feet to an iron pipe set on the THEREOF AS RECORDED IN BARBARA MEZELLA; FLORA CourtWITHIN3MONTHSAFTER ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- lished once a week for two Notice:
than 7 days: if you are hearing Easterly right of way ne of a PLAT BOOK 7PAGES 40-46 OF PARKE HOMEOWNERS ASSO- THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA- 4600 (then press 0) at least 7 consecutive weeks in the Janet A. Carver
or voice impaired, call 711. proposed Sixty (60.0) foot road; THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- CIATION,. INC.; ANY AND ALL TION OF THIS NOTICE. i working days before your Fernandina Beach News Attorney for Petitioner
4t 05-15-22-29-2013 & 06-05- run thence South Seven (Q7) SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. UNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIMING ALLCLAIMS'NOTFILED WITH- schedued court appearance, Leader. Email:
2013 degrees. Fifty-seven (57) min- A/K/A 96252 CORAL REEF BY, THROUGH, UNDER; AND INTHETIMEPERIODSSET FORTH or immediately upon receiv- i WITNESS my hand ad the Florda Bar No. 193593
1453 utes West along the sid right ROAD, YULEE, FL 32097-6562 AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE ing this notification if the time seal of this court this 17 day Carver LawRFirm
--------- of way a distance of One Any perion claiming an INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) FLORIDA PROBATE CODEWILL before the scheduled appear- of May,2013. 20 South 5' Street
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Hundred Fifty (150.0) feet to Interest in the surplus ffm the WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE BE FOREVER BARRED. once is less than 7 days; if you John A. Crdwford Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
IN AND FOR an iron pipe run thpnce South sale, if any other than the DEADORAUVE WHETHERSAID NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME are hearing or voice impaired, Clerk of the Circuit Court Telephone: 904-572-0088
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Eighty-two (82) degrees, two property owner asof the date UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, call 711. By /s/ Pameliazones 904-432-8004(fax)
CASE NO.: 12 CA 272 (02) minutes East a distance of the Us Pendens must file a 'CLAIM AN INTEREST ASSPOUS- ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) 2t 0522-29-2013. Deputy Clerk : Person Giving Notice:
SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUITY, of One Hundred Forty (140.0) claim within sixty (60) days ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES, YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE 1476 "See the Americans with JANE MACELHENNEY
INC.,formerly AMERICAN GEN- feet to the POINT OF BEGIN- after the sde. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS are DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH ....-... Disabilities Act 508 Ash St .
ERAL HOME EQUITY, INC., NING. Also known as Lots WITNESS'MY HAND and the Defendants. IS.BARRED. IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN THE If you are a person with a dis- Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Plainiff, 'Seventy-five (75) and the seal of this Court on May 10th, The clerk ofihe court, John Thedate of first Publication of 'FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ability whoneedsany accom-, 2t05-29-2013& 06-05-2013'
v South One Half(S1/2) of Lot 2013. A.Crawford willselltothehigh- this Notice is May 22nd, 2013. IN AND.FOR DUVAL modation in order to partici- 1480
AiTHONY PRIDGEN, et d; Seventy-six (76). JOHNSON'S John A. Crawford est bidder for cash at the Attorney for Personal C.OUNTY, FLORIDA pate in this proceeding, you ------
Defendants. LAKE UNRECORDED. Clerk of the Circuit Court Nassau Judicial Annex, 76347 Representative: .CASE NO.:16-2007-SC-8545 are'entitled, atno.cost to yqu, BOARD.OF COUNTY
NOTICE OFSALE SCHEDULE B" By /s/ Sue Powell Veteran'sWay, Yulee, FL 32097 DOUGLAS A. DIVISION: F fo tie provision of certainassis- COMMISSIONERS
Notice Is hereby given that, Aportion of Secion Thirteen Deputy Clerk at 11:30a.ri. onthe 3d day of OBERDORFER, PA. CENTRALOHIO CREDIT tance. Please contact the NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
pursuantto an order or afinal (13), Township two (2) North, See Americans with June., 2013, the following 432 East Monroe Street,. CORP, ADA Coordinator: at crtin-: INVITATION TO BID (ITB).
Judgment of foreclosure Range Twenty-six (26) East,' Disabilities Act described rea property as set 2nd Roor Plaintiff, or (904) 630-2564 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
entered In the above-cap- Nassau County, Rorida, said If you are a person with a dis' forth In said Final Summary Jacksonville FL 32202 vs. at least 7 before your sched- that the Board of County.
tioned action, I will sell the portion being more particu- ablity who needs any accom- Judgment, to wit: Pione: (904) 354-454 MEUSSA DISTASSIO, A/KAA uled. court appearance, or Commissioners of Nassau
property situated in Nassau laty described asfollows: Fora modation in order to partici- LOT 122, FLORA PARKE UNIT E-Mail: MEUSSA M. DISTASSIO;A/KIA immediately upon this notifi-. 'County Florida invites sealed
County, Flqida, described as: Point of Reference com- pate in this proceeding, you 2A, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT MEUSSA DESARIO, cation if the time before the bids for
All that certain land situate mence at a point where the are entitled, at no cost to you, THEREOF AS RECORDED IN Secondary E-Mail: .Defendant, scheduled appearance is less LABORATORY SERVICES FOR
In Nassau County, Rorida viz: North line of Section Eighteen to the provision of certainassis- PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 239, OF THE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE than 7 days; if you are hearing NASSAU AMEUA UTILITIES
LOT 15 AND THE EAST TEN (18) Township Two (2) North, tance please contact the cir- PUBUC RECORDS OF NASSAU Personal Representative: NOTICE is hereby given that grvoice impaired, call 711: BID NUMBER NC13-027 :
FEET OF LOT 14 AND THE WEST RangeTwenty-seven (27) East cult court at (904)321-5709. COUNTY, FLORIDA CHRISTEEN CAROL BARNES pursuant to a Writ of Execution 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 TRAFFIC SIGN POSTS AND
32FEETOFTHE EAST'42FEET OF isintersected bythe center of 2t 05-22-29-2013 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN 85001 Ethyl Lane issued In the County Court of '1478 ACCESSORIES '
THE NORTH 150 FEET OF LOT 14 Interstate Highway No.1-95 (a ,1465 INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM Yulee, Florida 32097 Duval County Florida, on the ---...---- BID NUMBER NC13-028
CASHEN PARK A SUBDIVSION threeHundred (300) foot right- -...----- THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN 2t 05-22-29-2013 13 day of February 2013, n the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE For detailed Information
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 49, AND of-way):and runn a Southerly IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF 1471 causewhereinCENTRAL OHIO FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, regarding bid due dates and
BEING DESCRIBED.IN OFFICIAL direction along said center FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS .---.--. .CREDIT CORR, Plaintiff, and IN AND FOR NASSAU bid reqirementsfor these ITBs,
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. radius of Seven thousand Six CIVILACTION .Dated this 13th'day of May, IN AND FOR NASSAU' MELISSA DESARIO, Defendant., 45 2012,CA 000433
1974 Shelby Mobile Home Hundred Thlrty-nlne and Forty- CASE NO.: 2013:" COUNTY, FLORIDA being case number 16-2007- SEC.: a m or contact the Contract
9732460547830Uand FLA35853 four Hundredths (7,639.44) feet 45-2008-CA-99 By: /s/ Amanda Stearn CIVIL DIVISION SC-8545, In said court, I, BILL DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Management Departmentat
atpublic sale, to the high- a chord distance of One DIVISION: A Deputy Clerk CASE NO.: LEEPER, as Sheriff of Nassau TRUST COMPANY ASTRUSTEE 904-491-7377. Proposal infor-
est and best bidder for cash, at Thousand One Hundred DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Aldridge Connors, LLP :45-2013-CA-000070 County, Florida have levied OF7THE.INDYMAC IMSC mraton is also available at
Main entrance to Nassau Eighteen and Thirty-six TRUST COMPANY, ASTRUSTEE Attorney for Plaintiff(s) DIVISION: upon all the rights, title and MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST htt.//
County Judlcial AAinex, 76347 Hundredth (lD,186f.t, CERTIFICATES: 7000 stPa tto Park Rd., BANK7OF AMERICA. N.A interest.. of 4he Defeidant, -::2007-AR1iMO AGE A ATTEST
SVeterans'Wpytlaoristn Par R d .... '. .. C B .P.dntKf. OF A R NA S. lI JOI; kD
accordance with Chapter 45, bearing of the aforemen- BocaRaton,FL33433 vs. M. Distasslo. a/K/a Mellssa SER1ESOI7-AI- UNDE i4E EX-OFFI' OC .
Florida Statutes, it 11:30 a.m. tioned chord being South vs. Phone: 561392.6391 THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, Desario,ln and to the following POOLING AND SERVICING DANIEL B. LEEPER
oh the 20th day of June, 2013, Three (3) degrees, Forty-five KENNETH CORBETT, etal, Fax: 561.392.6965 DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- described personal property, AGREEMENT DATED.JUNE 1, : CHAIRMAN
Thatany person claiding an (45) minutes, Ten (10) seconds Defendant(s). .IMPORTANT. EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, to-wit: 2007, BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
interest In the surplus from the West); run Seven NOTICE OF IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH TRUSTEES, AND. ALL OTHERS 2008 Hyundal'Accent, Plaintiff., MISSIONERS
sale, if any, other than the (7) degrees, Fifty-seven (57) FORECLOSURE SALE A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN WHO MAY CLAIM IN'TH ESTATE Red In color, v. NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA
propertyownerasof the date minutes West, continuig along NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER OF EARL R.,BENNETT A/K/A VIN#KMHCN46C18U261550 SARAH L BARRY: SHAWN M. t 05-29-2013
of the lis pendens must file a said center a distance of One pursuant to a Fnal Judgment TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO- EARL ROGER BENNETT; CHAD I shall offer this property for BARRY: ANY AND ALL 1481
claim within 60 days after the Thousand Two Hundred of Mortgage Foreclosure CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, ALLEN BENNETT; DEBRA ANN sale at the front of Building 102 UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING --------
sale Seventy-seven'and Twenty-six dated May 09, 2013 and AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE BENNETT; (IMBERLY ROSE BEN- of the Nassau County Sheriff s BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND REZONING NOTICE
WITNESS my hand and seal of hundreaths(1,277.26)feetto a entered, in Case No. 45-2008- PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSIS- NETT; ZACHERY SCOTT BENNETT; Office, 76001 Bobby Moore AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
said Court on 5-9-13. pont run thence North Eighty- CA-99 of the Circuit Court of TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ZANE ROGER, BENNETT, SR.; Circle. Yulee, FL Nassau INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) that on Tuesday the 18th dy
JOHN A. CRAWFORD nine (89)degrees, Rfty-seven the FOURTH Judicial Circuit In ADA COORDINATOR, AT (904) GAIL LYNN BENNETT; County, Florida, on June 1.2 WHO ARE NOT KNOWN.TO BE -of June 2013, at 7:00 RM. te
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT (57) Five (05) seconds West a and for NASSAU County, Florid 548-4909 PRESS 0, AT LEAST 7 UNKNOWN TENANT #1; 2013 at 10:00 A.M., or as soon DEAD OR'ALIVEWHETHERSAID Planning and Zoning Board of
By: /s/Sue Powel distance of Four Hundred, Fifty wherein, DEUTSCHE BANK DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHED-' UNKNOWN TENANT #2; ALL thereafter as possible. I will UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY Nassau County will hold a ppb-
Deputy Clerk And Thirty-fouOr hundredths NATIONALTRUSTCOMPANY,AS ULED COURT APPEARANCE, OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES offer or sale all of the said CLAIM AN INTERESTASSPOUS- lic hearing at the Commission
Sidney E. Lewis, PA. (450.34) feet to a point run TRUSTEE-ASSET-BACKED CER- OR 'IMMEDIATELY UPON CLAIMING INTERESTS .BY, Defendant's Melissa Distassio, ES; HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES, Chambers, James S Page
Attorney for:Plaintiff thence North Rfteen 15) TIFICATES, SERIES 2006-3, is the RECEIVINGTHIS NOTIFICATION THROUGH, UNDER, AND a/k/a MelissaM.Disasio, a/lka OR'. THEIR CLAIMANTS; Governmental Complex,
300 WAdamsStreet, Suite 300 degrees, One (01) minute Paintiff and KENNETH CORBETT IFTHETIME BEFORETHESCHED- AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN- Melssa Desario's right, titleand DEUTSCHE'BANK NATIONAL 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
Jacksonville, Rorida 32202 Forty-five (45) seconds West,a KIMBERLY CORBETT; CITIFINAN- ULED APPEARANCE IS LESS DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT interest in the aforesaid per- TRUST COMPANY AS INDEN- Rorida consider appli-
(904)355-9003 distance of Five Hundred, CIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.: THAN 7 DAYS: IF YOU ARE KNOWNTO BE DEAD ORAUVE, sonal property, at public auc- TURE TRUSTEE FOR TERWIN cation No.R13-003 for rezon-
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1460 Hundredths (534.`11) feet to a of the Courtwill sell tothe lgh- CALL711. PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- ject'to taxes, all prior liens, ASSET-BACKED SECURITIES, Monday, the 22nd of day of
--... ---- point; run thence North Sixty- est and best bidder for cash at 2t 05-22-29-2013 EST AS SPOUSES. HEIRS,. encumbrances and judge- SERIES 2007-3SL. CARTESIAN July 2013,.at 7:00 PM., the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE one(61)degreesFive(05) min- NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, 1470 DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR .ments, if any to the highest POINTE PROPERTY OWNERS Board of' County
FOURTH'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT utes, (50) seconds West, adis- 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, ----------OTHER CLAIMANTS and best bidder for CASH4 IN ASSOCIATION, INC.; AND TEN- Commissioners of Nassau
IN AND FOR NASSAU tance of Five Hundred.Thirty FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Defendant(s). HAND or CERTIFIED CASHIER'S ANT NKA PAIGE JONES. County will hold apublichear-
COUNTY, FLORIDA and Elghty-three Hundredths 20th day of June, 2013, the fol-. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE OF ACTION CHECK plus Rorida sales tax f Defendant(s) Ing on the sdd application for
CASE NO.: 12 CA 367 (530.83) feet to a point run lowing described property as IN AND FOR TO:'THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, appropriate. The moneys NOTICE OF SALE Rezdning No. R13-003, at the
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- thence North sixty-two (62) set forth In said Final NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, received through the levy on 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN CommissionChambers, James
,ATION AS TRUSTEE'ON BEHALF degrees, Forty-three (43) min- Judgment: CIVILACTION ASSIGNEES, UENORS, CREDI- sale wll be pcid as prescribed pursuant to an Order of Final S. Page Complex .location
OF MANUFACTURED HOUSING utes,Ten (10) secondsWest, a LOT 13, CEDAR HAVEN UNIT CASE NO.: TORS, TRUSTEES;AND ALLOTH- by Fla.Stat.56.27 and in accor- Summary Judgment of Fore- concerning the following
CONTRACT SENIOR/SUBORDI- distance of One Hundred TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT .45-2013-CA-000107 ERS WHO MAY CLAIM IN TH dance with the American with, closure dated May 20, 2013 described property in Nassau
NATE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- Sixty-fouJr and Ninety THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., ESTATE OF EARL R, BENNETT Disabilities Act, prsons need- entered in Civil Case No. 45 County.
CATE TRUST 1999-1, acting by Hundredths (164.90) feet to a BOOK 6, PAGES 380 AND 381, Plaintiff A/K/A EARL ROGER BENNETT. ing a special accommoda- 2012 CA 000433 of the Circuit Location for the above
and through GREEN TREE SER- pint; run thence North. OF THE. PUBUC RECORDS OF vs. whose residence Is unknown tion to participate In this pro- Court of the Fourth Judicial described property is: On the
VICING LLC, in Its capacity as Twenty-four (24) degrees, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. JAMESA.SWANSON, et al. if he/she/they be living; aid if ceeding shall contact the Circuit in and for Nassau north side of Hendricks Road
Servicer Ten (10) minutes; Fifty (50) sec- A/K/A 27052 POND DRIVE, Defendant(s) he/she/they be dead, the individual or agency sending County, Florida, wherein the between Hatton Road and
S7360 S.Kyrene Road onds East a distance of Three HILLIARD, FL 32046 NOTICE OF ACTION unknown defendants who notice not later than seven Clerk of the Circuit Court will Plum Loop.
Tempe.85283, Hundred Ninety and Fifty Any person claidming an FORECLOSURE may be spouses, heirs, days prior to the proceeding the highest bidder for R13-003 proposes to modl-
Plaintiff, Hundredths (390.50) feet to a Interest In the surplus from the PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY devisees, grantees, assignees, at the address given on cash on 2nda day of July, 2013, fy the Cypress Palm Gardens
v. point: run thence North three sale, if any, other than the TO: lienors, credltors, trustees, and notice. at 11:30 a.m. at the Nassau Planned Unit Development
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVIS- (3) degrees, Five (05) minutes, property owner as of the date JAMES A.SWANSON: ADDRESS all parties claiming an interest Telephone 904-225-0331. JudicialAnnex. Nassau County' (PUD), approximately 36.76
EES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES. Ten (10) seconds West, a dis- of the Us Pendens must file a UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE LAST by, through, under or against Bill Leeper, As Sheriff of .Courthouse, the property situ- acres.
CREDITORS, UENORS AND taiceof Seven HundredTIree claim within sixty (60) days KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 44039 the Deferndants, who are not Nassau County, Florida ated in Nassau Couinty Florida, This appllcatlon is filed by:
TRUSTEES OF JASPER M. HEN- and Twenty One Hundredths 'after the sde. BAYBERRY COURT, CALLAHAN, known to'be dead or alive, CC:'Jeffrey R. Becker, Esquire, 76347 Veterans Wcy, Yulee. Cypress Trails, LLC, owner and
DRICK. DECEASED, AND ALL (703.21) feet to a point run WITNESS MY HAND dnd the FL 32011 and l partieshaving or dcam- HIday & Ricke, RA., Florldb 32097, relative to the Daniel McCranle, RE. agent.
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY thence North Eighty-two (82) seal of this Court on May 10th, CAROLYN L. SWANSON: Ing to have any right, title or Attorney for Painritiff following described property All interested parties are
THROUGH, UNDER, AND degrees, One Minute (01), 2013. ADDRESS UNKNOWN BUT Interest In the property Melissa Distassio alk/a as set forth in the Final invited to attend the public'
AGAINST THE NAMED PER- West a distance of four John A. Crawford WHOSE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS described In the mortgage Melissa Wehr, Melissa Marle Judgment, to wit: hearings and to be heard.
SONS, THE UNKNOWN'HEIRS, H-undred Seventeen and Clerk of the Circuit Court IS: 44039 BAYBERRY COURT, being foreclosed herein. Wehr, Melissa M. Distasslo .' LOT 19 OF CARTESIAN Copies of the Appllcation and
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Seventy-nine Hundredths By:/s/ Sue Powell CALLAHAN, FL 32011 TO: CHAD ALLEN BENNETT' and Mellssa Desarlo, POINTE UNIT 3, ACCORDING supporting Information are
EES.CREDITORS, UENORS AND (417.79) feet to a point run Deputy Clefk Residence unknown and if Last Known Address: Defendant TO. THE PLAT THEREOF AS available for Inspection in the
TRUSTEES OF NIRA J. HENDRICK thence Niorth Seven (07) See Americans with' living, including any unknown 44608 Sandy Ford Road Kendall Ward Wehr RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7, office of the Nassau County
DECEASED, AND ALL OTHER degrees, Rfty-seven (57) mln- Disabilities Act spouse of the Defendant, If 'Callahan, Rorlda 32011-6284 Dodge Enterprises, Inc. PAGE(S) 124THROUGH 127, OF Growth Management Depart-
PERSONS CLAIMING BY, ttes East, a distance of One if you are a person with a dis- remarried and if said Current Address: Unknown 4t 05-08-15-22-29-2013 THE PUBUC RECORDS O NAS- ment, 96161 Nassau Place,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND Hundred Forty .and Thirty- ability who needs any cccom- Defendant is dead, his/her Previous Address: Unknown 1422 'SAU COUNTY FLORIDA. Yulee, FL 32097. Comments
AGAINST THE NAMED PER- Hundredth (140.30) feet to a modation in order to partici- respective, unknown heirs, TO: ZACHERYSCOTT BENNETT ------....- Any person claiming an mayalso be directed in writing
SONS et al., point for the POINT OF BEGIN- pate in this proceeding, you devisees, grantees, assignees, Last Known Address: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE interest in the surplus from the to the Growth Management
Defendants. NING. are entitled, at no cost to you, creditors, lienors, and trustees, 13491 Sawpit Road 1 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sale. If any, other than the Department, emidled to agre-
NOTICE OF SALE From the POINT OF BEGIN- to the provision of certari assis- and all other persons claim- 'Jacksonville, Forida 32226 IN AND FOR NASSAU property owner as of the date, or
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NING thus described contin- tance please contact the cir- ing by, through, under' or Current Addressi Unknown P COUNTY, FLORIDA of the Us Pendens must file a received by telephone, at
THAT, pursuantto Plantiff's Rnal ue North seven (07) degrees, cult court at (904) 321-5709. against the named Previous Address: Unknown CIVIL'ACTION claim within 60 days after the (904) 491-7328. All comments
Summary Judgment of Fifty-seven (57) minutes, East 2t 05-22-29-2013 Defendant: and the afore- TO: GAILLYNN BENNETT CASE NO.: 45-2013-CA- sale. will become a part of the
Fdreclosure entered in the a distance of Ten (10.0) feet to 1466 mentioned named Defendant Last Known Address: 000127 ATTENTION: record in this matter.
above-captioned action, I will an Iron pipe: run thence North ----------. and such of aforementioned 13491 Sawpit Road DIVISION: A PERSONS WITH PISABlUTIES This hearing will be conducted
sell the property situated in Eighty-two (82) degrees,Three .IN THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the aforementioned unknown Jacksonville, Florida 32226 WELLS FARGO BANK NA If you are a person with a as a quasi-judicial hearing.
Nassay County, Florida, (03) minutes, West a distance NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Defendant and such of the Current Address: Unknown Plaintiff, disability who needs any Persons With disabilities
described as follows, to wit; of One Hundred Forty (140.0) CASE NO.: 2013-CA-000194 unknown name Defendant as Previous Address: 85274 vs.' accommodation in order to requiring apcommodations in
EXHIBIT "A" feet to an Iron pipe set on the DIVISION: A may be infants, incompetents Theresa Rd. OTIS E WILLIAMS, et al, participate In this proceeding, order toparticipate Inthls pro-
SCHEDULE "A" Easterly right-of-way line of a VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND or otherwise not sul Juris, Yulee. Florida 32097 Defendant(s). you are entitled, at no cost to gram or, activity should con-
A portion of section Thirteen proposed Sxty(60.0) foot road; FINANCE, INC., etc., YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO: ALLOTHER UNKNOWN FPAR- NOTICE OF ACTION 'you, to the provision of certdain tact the Growth Management
(13), Township Two (2) North, run thence South Seven (07) Plaintiff; that an action to foreclose a TIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,- TO: Anna W. Williams assistance. Please contact: Department (904) 49T-7328, or
Range Twenty-six (26) degrees, Fifty-seven (57) min- Vs. mortgage on the followinrg THROUGH, UNDER, AND Last Known Address: ADA Coordinator, RFlorida R elay Service (1-800-
East, Nassau County, Florida, utes West, along the said right FRED WEATHERFORD III, et al described property to-wit: AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN- 376640 Kings Ferry Rd Nassau County, FL 955-8771) at least twenty-fpur
saisdd portion being more par- : of way a distance of Ten (10) Defendants LOT 168 AND 169, SWAL- DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Hilliard, FL 32046-6342 Phone: (904) 630-2564 (24) hours in advance to
ticularly described as follows: feet; run thence South Eight- NOTICE OF.ACTION LOWFORK ESTATES-PHASE KNOWNTO BE DEAD OR AIJVE, Current.Address: Unknown request such accommoda-
the North line of Section One Hundred Forty (140) feet Last known Address PLAT BOOK5, PAGE 346, OFTHE EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, THROUGH, UNDER AND OFMAY2013. PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
North, Range Twenty-seven Also known as the Northerly Yulee, FL 32097 COUNTY FLORIDA. OTHER CLAIMANTS INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) /s/Amanda Steqrn ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
(27) East is intersected by the 10.0 feet of Lot 74, Johnson's New South Federal Savings TOGETHER WITH THATYEAR whose residence Is WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE JOHN A.CRAWFORD BOARD, AGENCYOR COM-
'center of Interstate Highway Lake Unrecorded. Bank 2007, MAKE: JACOBSEN, VIN#; unknown if he/she/they be lv- DEAD OR ALIVE,WHETHERSAID CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT MISSION WITH RESPECTTO ANY
No. 1-95(athirty (30.0) footright TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- Last known Address JACFL28648A AND VIN# ing; and If he/she/they be UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA MATTER CONSIDEREDATSUCH
of way); and run in aSoutherly TAIN 1999 62 X 28 BAYMANOR 2198 Columblana Rd. JACFL28648B MANUFACTURED dead, the unknown defen- CLAIM AN INTEREST ASSPOUS- 2t 05-29-2013 & 06-05-2013 MEETING OR HEARING, HE WILL
direction along said center MOBILE HOMESERIAL NUMBER Birmingham, Al 35216 HOME,WHICH IS PERMANENT- dants who may be spouses, ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, .1479 NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-
and along the arc of a curve FUHMLCB 118520372A&B. YOU ARE NOTICED that an LY AFIXED TO THE ABOVE heirs, devisees, grantees, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS ----- CEEDINGS AND FORTHAT PUR-
concave to the Westerly hav- Commonly known as: 75258 action to foreclose the follow- DESCRIBED LANDS.ASSUCH IT assignees, lilenors, creditors, Last Known Address: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POSE. MAY NEED TO ENSURE
ing a radiusofSeven Thousand JOHNSON LAKE ROAD, YULEE, Ing property in Nassau County IS DEEMED TO BE A FIXTURE trustees, and all parties cidam- Unknown NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA THAT A VERBATIM RECORD'OF
Six Hundred Thirty-nine and FLORIDA 32097. Florida: AND A PART OF THE REAL Ing an Interest by, through, Current Address: PROBATE DIVISION THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
Forty-four Hundredths at public sale, to the high- Lot 4 and 5 LITTLE MARY'S ESTATE, under or against the Unknown File No. 13-CP-101 WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
(7,639.44) feet a chord dis- est and best bidder,for cash at ESTATES NO. ONE, according more commonly known as: Defendants, who are not YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Division: A TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
tance of One Thousand One thefront of the Nassau County to the plat thereof as record- 44039 BAYBERRY COURT, known to be dead or alive, action for foreclosure of mort- IN RE: ESTATE OF MARY M. UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
Hundred Eighteen and Thirty- Courthouse, 76347 Veterans ed in Plat Book 5, Pages 280 CALLAHAN, FL32011 and dl parties having or claim- gage on the following prop- BRENNAN. A/K/A MARY MAR- TOBE BASED.
six Hundredths (1,118.36) feet Way, Yulee, RFlorida 32097, at and 281 of the Pubic Records This action has been filed Ing to have any right, title or erty in Nassau County Florida: GARET KIRK BRENNAN The Planning and Zoning
to the Point of Tangency (the 11:30AM (EST), on the 20h day of Nassau County Fiorida. against you, and you are Interest in the property A PORTION OF THE SOUTH- Deceased. .Board may continue hearing
bearing of the aforemen- of June, 2013. Together with 1998 Oakwood required to serve a copy of described in the mortgage EAST QUARTER OF THE NORTH- NOTICE TO CREDITORS on this matter.
tioned chord behing South If you are a subordinate lten manufactured home, Serial your written defense, if any, to being foreclosed herein. WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 18, (Summary Administration) PLANNING AND ZONING
Three (3) degrees, Forty-Five holder claiming a rightitofunds No: GMHGA1378510A & 'it on the Plaintiff's attorney, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 25 TO ALL PERSONS HAVING BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY
(45) minutes,Ten(10)seconds remdaining after the sale, you GMHGA13795810B, located FLORIDA FORECLOSURE action to foreclose a mort- EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- CLAIMS OR DEMANDS FLORIDA
West); runthenceSouth Seven mustfile a clalm with the Clerk on the property. ATTORNEYS, PLLC, whose gage on the following prop- DA. BEING A'PORTION OF AGAINST THIIE ABOVE ESTATE: /s/Thomas Ford
(7) degrees, Fifty-seven (57) of Court no later than 60 days has been filed against you, address Is 601 Cleveland erty in Nassau County, Florida: LANDS DESCRIBED IN DEEDS You are hereby notified that its:Chairman
minutesWestcontindng along after the sdale. If you fail to file and you are required to serve Street, Suite 690, Clearwater, TRACT 6, BLOCK 2. YULEE RECORDED IN THE PUBUC an Order of Summary It05-29-2013& 06-15-2013
sdd center ,a distance of One a cldm, you wll not be entitled a copy of your written defens- FL 33755. on or before 30 days WOODS SECTION TWO RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY IN Administration has been 1482
Thousand Two Hundred to any remalnlng funds, es, If any, to it on Lance Paul after date of first publication, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 375, entered In the estate of MARY -.--.
Seventy-seven and Twenty-six Notice to Persons with Cohen. the Plaintiff's attorney, rense due by June 29,2013, THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT PAGES 780 AND 781 AND OFR- M. BRENNAN, A/K/AMARY Legal Deadline Noon Fridays


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CURTISS H. | N 603 Miscellaneous 804 Amelia Island 855 Apartments
111111 FASTEST INTERNET! Bundles with Homes Furnished
RLA SSE R RE 503 Pets/Suplies DIRECTV. 30 day no risk/No r ioney I
Real Estate, Inc. I down trail. Let us earn your business 3BR/2BA PARTIALLY FURNISHED ibefore you sign a contract. 21st 215 AMELIA ST- Pristine Cottage, APARTMENT located In prime down-
ass | |re oFREE 5 yearold grey and black Century Communications (386)2269- 2BR/2.5BA, heart pine flooring, town location available July 1. Washer,
j female cat with blue eyes. Please call 9784. ANF custom kitchen; 2 balconies, 3 dryer, utilities, satellite television and
(904) 261 -4 1 (305)343-3669. (Yulee) porches, 1,924 sq ft. $335,000. internet included. $1,700/ mo. Located
RESIDENTIAL c Photos available at next to the Hampton Inn downtown
LONG TERM RENTALS 607 Antiques I, Fernandina. For more info call Bob
*3BR/28A home on Lofton Creek L N TERIRamshaw at (904)491-4911 ext. 2106.
2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garage/workshop, C llectibles I
Large lot, gouinet kitchen, many other 601 arage DEALER RETIRING 25 806 Waterfront
bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities. ANTIQUE DEALER RETIRING 25%/ 88o Uf
-Ocean Park, 3BR/2BAFurnished with 736 NFLECHER Fri. 5/31 & Sat off furniture, 50% off all else. Ends
cean gar /a2BA.n or on *AMELIA LAKES - 6/1 7 3 LETCHER D. D nsi Sag 5/31. Amelia Island Antiques, 5210 OCEANFRONT LOT in Jacksonville NDs o I ER
1-car garage, vailable monthly or long -AMELIA LAKES -" 6/1, 7:30am-lpm. Downsizing: M ttCotwy.,miles hofHarris
$ thcn*k* inue.1 resses, TVs, clothes, game table w/4 First Coast Hwy., 1 mile south of Has Beach. Zoned multi-family 4-plex THarge condos overlooking Intercoastal
ter $2500with utiities inuded. 1BR/1BA condo. Gated antique hall tree, hunt table, Teeter. (904)321-1314 Ready to build on. $650,000. (904) Waterw cond verloin tercoastal
BA 'condo. Gated che868-2150 Broker/Owner., brWaterway,d 3BR/3.BA, fireplace, aet
VACATIONRENTAL rockers, & household items. bar, gated community, pool and
AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY community with a pool. MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE 2058 611 Furnishing Waterfront Homes & Lots Call level. ingall (904)753-447 or (94)3-
2BR/IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher Marlin Ct. Household items, fumiture, Wtrrn 2 om &nLotson Ca l. C 0 14
2BR/IBA Ocean-view.487 S. Fletcher. 800 sq.ft. $775/mo. yard tools. Sat. 6/1, 8am-2pm. (F) DINING SET Great cond. Lt oak (904) 261-4066 for information. C.H. 3444
Across the street from the beach. All w/buff fabric seats, incl table 6 chairs, Lasserre, Realtor.
util,wi-fi,TV & phone. Available 7/1/13. MULTI-UNIT ESTATE SALE LOts of buffet, & mirrored/lighted china AMELIA ISLAND CONDO First floor,
*3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper new stuff. Antiques, tools, glassware, cabinet, asking $1200. Serious inq spacious, clean, quiet, 1BR, W/D, pool,
jewelry. See Craigslist. Fri. 5/3, p- only 261-2241 after 6pm. beach. Service animals only. $825.
Loop $1850/wk plus taxes & cleaning Spm & Sat. 6/1, 9am-lpm. AAAA 08 Off sland Yule (904)310-6321
fee. -YARD ARM WAY -. Storage next to Staples. ENTERTAINMENT CNTR- Great cond
COMMERCIAL 4BR4.5BA home close to MULTI-FAMIL GARAGE SALE Lots Medit lookbuff color cntr console w/TV MARSHES AT LANCEFORD AMELIA 3BR/2BA, cathedral ceilings,
COMMERCIAL 4BR/4.5A home lose to MULTI-FAMIL GARAGE SALE Lots edrt, 2owers w/lass/mirroed ba Young American Homes Is offering SS appliances, granite, new carpet,
80688USHWY 171210 sf build2 of kid's items, clothing & household & storae cabinets. Asking $1100. Marsh View homes in Marshes at gated with pool/hot tub. W/D incl.
ng with 3.8 acres of fenced propert1,210 sq.ftbuild- 700 ft 2 ar goos. 86233 Riverwoo Dr., Yulee. & ra22 er 6100. Lanceford, mid 200's. Interor lots Avail. 5/1. $1100/mo. (904)251-9525
formerly a Nurserying with 3.8 acres of fenced properut-, b Fri. 5/31 & Sat. 6/1, 8am-3pm. Serious inq only, 261-2241 after 6pm. starting from $174,900. Community
garage.formerly a Nursery with some out- /m inl Dock with kayak access. Stop by our 3BR/2.5BA CONDO Gated, 5 miles
building and a green house still on garage. $1,800/mo. ncl. MOVING SALE 5/20-5/31 weekdays. model located at 96032 Ashford Court, toW beach, neutral colors, W/D, garage.
buingproperty aonly, 8am-4pm. 75302 Edwards Rd., Aucion Yulee, FL. Call (904)631-2500 or visit $1150/mo. + 1 mo. deposit. Service
Ppt yard maint. Available Yulee. (904)335-7624 animals only. Call (904)982-9797.
Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be MOECKER AUCTIONS Bankruptcy
joined for one, 1,600 sq ft space, AIA 7/1/13. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE MOECKER U C n pty
Furniture, lamps, dishes, collectibles Auction, L&H- Electric, Inc. 6/6 @
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft + etc. Sat. 6/1, 9am-lpm. 2351 Yard 0am. 9355 W. Okeechobee Rd. #13,ct 60 HrnShed
CAM &Tax Arm Way. (off 1st Ave, on island) Hialeah FL 33016. Electrical 8.
ContraCting Company assets: Bobcat,
*Amelia Park Unit B small office (2 vehicles, trailer, tools, Greenlee cable REAL ESTATE AUCTION -.54+/- acre co for the most rlinecent information
rooms)withbath,576sq.ft.$1050/mo. Looking for a Long Term Articles for Sal puller 6800, transfer switches, property, located Berkeley County, WV, on Long Term Rentals. Updated Dai
+ sales tax. Inventory, job boxes, testing equip., offers a historic grand manor house, Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Areas
-Five Points Village 1,200 sq. ft. AIA/S Property Manager? generators, welders, & more. in-ground pool & pool house, multiple Premier Rental Company
8th St. exposure Great for retail, OFFICE CONSOLIDATION SALE (800)840- structures w/21,000+/- sq. ft. of
8th St. exposure Great for retail, d Everything must gol Mostly new equip- BIDS. 10%-13%BP, $100 ref. cash heated living space, a large pond,
services, or office. $1,200/mo +sales With 150+ properties and Everything must go9 Mostly new equip- BIDS. 10%-13%BP, $100 ref. cash heated living space, a large pond,
ment: desks, chairs, computer, printer, dep. Subj to confirm. Chapter 7, Case private deeded access to deep water ABR/3BA near beach. Gourmet
tax. over 30 years of experience monitors, tables, fax, file cabinets No. 13-14294-RAM. AB-1098 AU-3219, Potomac w/slips & ramp. The auction kitchen, FP, 2 walk-in closets, W/D,
shelves and much more. 626 S. 8th Eric Rubin. ANF will'be held 6/14 at 2pm. Will sell with alarm system, 2-car garage. $1850/
Amelia Park Unit E (14th St frontage) we are here for you. Contact St., Ste. A. 10am-3pm, Friday 5/31. a minimumbid of $995,000. For details mo. (804)545-3979 or (703)577-8384
910 approx. sq.ft., 3 offices, reception go to or call Woltz &
area, kitchen & bathroom.$14/mo. + Chuck Lynch for more infor- 624 Wanted To Buy Associates, Inc. (WV# 1000), Real 2,900.SQFT HOME 4BR/3BA, mid
utilities. maion GUN SHOW June 1st & 2nd. Prime Estate' Brokers & Auctioneers Island, gated community, upstairs
1839 S th S adacent to Huddle Osborn Convention Center, 1000 Water COIN COLLECTOR/INVESTOR will (800)551-3588. Roanoke, VA. ANF bonus room with balcony. Tile, carpet,&
S1839 S. 8th St. adjacent to Huddle St., Jax. (1-95 south to exit 353A, pay good prices for your silver coins wood throughout. Fenced backyard.
House, 1,800 sq.ft.$ 1700/mo. lease + Forsythe St.). CWP classes 10:00 & (pre-1965). Please call (719)339-4894 1 Immediate occupancy. $2,000/mo.
tax. Sale also considered. 1:00. AdmIssion $8.00. Free Park- for detalls/appointrnents. REA"LETiATE (904)376-5689
-ing. Info Cliff Hangers (386)325-6114.
LIKE NEW Lazy-Boy black leather R C AI O [86 .cto
sofa & matching ottoman, $875.
Bisque Cape Hatteras floor lamp, $75. -: VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina
1 s Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
furnished, majestic views.. Peaceful.
S 5 Units Available (904)225-5325 s $550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.
I 0 n q ft 510' ALUM. BOAT Trolling motor, 3BR/1BA SW CH&A, newer
2 I s q . battery, charger, paddles, cushions, 2 appliances. Nassauville area. $600/mo. OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
remoavable swivel seats w/folding + $600 deposit. Call (904)261-6703. Call (904)261-4066' C.H. Lasserre,:
Each unit different floor abas backs. Runs great! Paid $1200. As king Rao o e a d R
ER i ,S plan starting. at $1000 "/ $600/OBO. Call (90$4)415-3256. R Realtor, for special rates.
BARBEo RK J S E plan startfing at $1000 e nes rm abe wilsat w/ RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in ( 4 Cb Lare
SHOP month with y l lease.. P with R A I -
P d month with year lease. pa eed 17 FT SEA PRO with trailer, motor campground. Weekly or monthly.. All
like new, custom T-top, dual batteries utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-
E SE We pay garbage, sewer donations of o-perisble dual bait wells, many extras. Call 5577.
& water, and outside food ile allyearround. (904)321-1641. spaEXECUTIVEfrom OFFICE SUITES Office
maintenance. _ON ISLAND Remodeled 3 BIRSWMH Includes utilities, Internet, common'
ISon park, $225/wk, $895/mo + deposit. area receptionist, conference room,
Call for more information e Utilities available. Also, BR apt at brea room & security. For info call
ca.I:261-7000 A beach. Call for details. (904)261-5034 (904)753-4179.
S"277-3942 i 2taliaa, AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your 6 i
RV to live on a campground for $425/
802 -obile Homies mo. All utilities included. Ask about
senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. NEED YEARLY RENTAL 3BR/2BA
S SS M A M minimum. Occupy by July 1st. Nassau
H O M L ES A N IM L MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979 County only Call (90491-1557
Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/1BA, very good YULEE, 3BR/2BA SW. $775/mo. County only. Call (904)491-1557.
MII condition. Have title & ready to move. Water inc. Small dog or service animals
$4,000. (904)583-4459 only. Call (904)501-5999. .

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THEY'RE DYING FOR options garage kept 24200 miles.
STHEY' E DG F R $15, 750. Call (904)206-2069.
A 2ND CHANCE Countryside Apartments oo2000 CADILLAC DEVILLE DHS -
"" ..^ Under 95K miles. $4,600. (904)225-
S.dopt A Clompanion Today e1&2 Bedroom Units, e6
8am 5 pm I All power, excellent condition, low
A PUBLIC SERVICE Tues, Thurs& Fri 8 ammileage (904)2771662
I A LASSE RREmileage. (904)277-1662
S h ANNOUNCWUNT,. 1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach
(904) 277-2103 TDD 1-800-955-8771
This Instituion Is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer 2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN -
$9w, M8-passenger. 400 miles., $18,000.
Oa- TU]", Brand new/used. (904)556-6920

"Think I'll let that native land agent be my guide." Summer Beach is our address, not our boundary!

3032 S. 8th St/AlA, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 (800) 322-7448 MARCY MOCio info@olasserrerealestate. com 9040 261-4066 (904)C261-0624 Aoli ..... ... ANDREW SANDS
A ..... ....... .. I BRENDA SLATER
5456 First Coast Highaway Amelia Island, -FL 32034

AWESOMEVIEWOFEGANI'SCREEK& HOME, 3BR/2BA, 2 blocks from Cffiesta on
Wort Clinch St Park Single fasrily estate lot HOME, 3BR/2BA, blocks foe La Ice Clwcrck..58A re max a il
adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island Street, Complete Remodel was begun, biut can =li isted Samingmas re itithafiresending
gi fi=l rr, siting rg gaspoas w irorm. Ao stle
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft.oan Navigable side of never completed, perfectforsomeone wanting yiDsulaldgaragemandanadritiamil lbayclimratec,-
Egani's Creek and is one of the highest eleva- to customize an older home. oslled, aswell as alilxasy withieielan imaple indllwak.
tions on the east coast. Possible Ocean views Ownes haive ap oedd ckplartnson le WOODBERRY.LANE CARLTON DUNES
$995,000 MLS# 37069 $155,000 MLS#59467 $145,000 MLS#58919 Stunning 3br/3ba home In The Preserve at Summer Elite 3-4br/4ba homes overlooking the ocean, with
cA.g -PBeach, Prime localion, view and floor plan. Separate ten-foot ceilings and ,large covered wraparoud
....................ndapplia ndcnoffice/den. Half mile stroll to 'the beach. Screenedebaiesfthulmedlury anrtIv
es 7 mu~ __ opporcIhiM, iled plus paver paJ Fantastic large neighb 'lbalconies for the liaate In luxuryoceanfront lv
ing.drandnpendadaspaiousoloor lans
MLS# '59886 7 OU $409,900 Prices start at $O1,325,000

isrqisipp3dw/high-endappliancesandcoun-. Yourchnceeto own one of ihe few uenGiaidLg hg ce. been meodified into 3 apartmentsp The
taxB mutt see to appreciate. Master bedroom Oeearcynt lats avaciable an Amelia Island. largest has a fireplace, hardwood floors,
has larger doors and a ,alk-is dhShwer wu e aay new far eiiher investment or to build. eatrinc kirghbn. Needs to hr up-dared and .
handicap access. Yard is fenced w/ofnfit treest renozvated, C'..ton, e sces- g


Lh ueoh Golf Course In the upscale gated community of reat rRoom with gas fireplace, elevator and over-
rolofde otIn Summer Beach. Numerous renova- sized one car garages Fabulous kitchen offers stain-
vionsShortFwalnntodgolfibeachottoHre. less steelapplances, granite countertops andhigh.
os.ShrtwakormIbcftThRdzC ceilingsl A must seel
9 MLS# 592727 $699,000 MLS# 59601 $329,000
LofRon Ceek.At high tide yoS can 7ish fi8 on the Sooth lnd of the Islandl 3eRn28A A Rit owic loAted anHRm sin thaow'sott ofa : t sg-m h e n ide a ga.ed
fro ckw home located in a quiet neighborhood with no tion of emo hstorinesers. Carkr busiauessp' theirfoor ..p fohe ble
th MnLSor porch. There is also a prl subd8ivisio i rtes or regilatie,. Forrust Drive Refle i3 / .. of Natgre is reoektiog. Listiiig of to9m MS :1a o st
buildinig aoletied onlye Po be o c the qauipment ed
vaie boat nnp...FishennanD s delightl is across AlA from Harris Teeter. d v nt orw y nay be prcrhasedi Owohes wr i also coon
2hba0n Mhoppin19,t0iL "i. f o sider a tootg 2r0 2 lease for buildiag awt tauvd. ,,$9 00 M S 76
$3,0.'$295'00 MLS#519059, M 5913,0 L#84

RACIIAELAVENUE 75'x10"loti $130,0(0 2.66 ACRE LOT in Natssauville, undeveloped and ready'. o 't THE VILLAS ESTATE HOMES AT THE PRESERVE "
AbRBOR Y L OANE. A S 7he $179,0 hiiilMl. Deeded Access 10 Raitibssow Acres float Raitiop anil shstO
AmBOIs. PAN kwAy $79, 083 distance fro a new county boai rasp. $179,000e MLS #57615 Bfautiful townhnome with a iwo car garage tn O

t prophe highest elevations on the east coa letr/Possible ocratviewv

for $139,000 and the inside 1/2 for $124,900. *

BLAGE POTENTIAL for medium sized site. Corner location R2. Good for townhoore, duplex .or industrial. Gorgeous 3BR/3BA condo located on the 5th floor Beautiful penthouse unit. Large balcony. Gorgeous
with good access. $850,000 $525,000 of Ocean Place. Fabulously furnished and decorat- expansive ocean views. Fabulous location, onsilgjt
OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' along the Atlantic Ocean. PRIME'FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of AlA ed. Condo is in pristine condition and available to management. Game room. Wonderful rertaLor sec-
Plats show 56 room suites. Reduced to,$2,297,000. High developmrett area it 'the heart of Yuke. $295,000. you as an awe-inspiring primary residence, second and home.
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your Plans for an 11,00 s.f Medical Complex on file. home or investment property.
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# 59180 $ 499,000
iS. 17, rotal 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. Plhnned Development ,