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WEDNSDAY AUGUST14, 2013/20 PAcs 2 SECHONS *fbnewsleadercom

169 houses OI'd for.Crane Island INSIDE

MARY MAGUIRE At Crane Island, developer 'The appeals court ruling over- includesa5-acrepublicparkand pubNews-Leader Piedmont Square, LLC has asked for turned a 2009 decision by Nassau lic access to the pier, said the develpermission to reduce the scope of an County Circuit Court Judge Brian J. oper's attorney Mike Mullin. A plan to build a mix of 169 single- original project filed almost a decade Davis, who ruled to quash the coun- This is a kick-off project of sorts family houses and townhomes on ago for the site. A group of Nassau ty commission's2006 vote to approve that willmake way for the construcCrane moving ahead after County environmentalists had chal- a PUD on the island, which was des- tion of 169 new units on the property county commissioners approved lenged that plan in couit, but lost ignated as wetlands in the county's west of the Fernandina Beach airrequirements that would move that when the Florida First District Court comprehensive plan. port. Mullin said there are no plans to
project forward as well as a proposal of Appeal ruled in 2010 that a planned The current plan would eliminate release right now, and that the siteis for a 212-unit apartment complex on unit development on Crane Island a giant marina and reduce the piers ChristianWayinYulee. could be reinstated, from four to three. The project CRANE Continued on 3A




tax cut


County officials thought they had a
night off from budget talks Monday
because the matter wasn't on their
meeting agenda. But Commissioner
Steve Kelley put it on the table, targeting the most contentious issue in
the proposed budget a property tax
Minutes before the meeting was
set to come to a close, Kelley made a
surprise motion to have a 0.5 rise in the
mill rate removed from the proposed
budget. He suggested .replacing the
7, tax increase with almost $2 million in
4r -reserve funds.
- Kelley basli e1oipushing a plan thatA slow-moving freight train qver- drains county resel-ves, cuts capital
turned around 4 p.m. Saturday ,improvement projects and uses most of just west of Bonnieview Road in 'the .money collected from the 1-cent Fernandina Beach, spilling its sales tax to cover a nearly $12 million
cargo of coal. Sheriff Bill Leeper shortfall in the upcoming budget for
said there were no injuries and the fiscal year'that begins Oct 1.
no intersections were blocked. It is a plan that County Manager
The spill was duie to be cleaned Ted Selby and Budget Director Shanea
up by late Tuesday, 'according to Jones have said cannot be sustained
Nassau County Ocean, Highway ovet the.long term if the county's curand Port Authority officials, who rent level of serviceisto be maintainetl.
said it did not affect their opera- But they don't seem to be getting
tions. Mara Burger, a their message through, or if they are,
spokesperson with the state the message is being rejected.
Department ot Environmental "I am not raising taxes," Kelley said
Protection,'said the DEP, did not after the meeting. "Period"
respond to the incident' since Commissioner Barry Holloway sec"coal is a solid product and onded Kelley's motion.
there is no environmental "I've never been for raising taxes,"
impact from it." She said First Holloway said after the meeting. He
Coast Railroad would be respon- has previously stated that everything
sible for the clean'tup. The com- was on the table when it came to balpay did not return numerous 'ancing the budget.
callt for com e~t The coal, was "It's hard to decide what we're
destined for RockTenn, which going to do," said Holloway.
us& the fuel to power its mill. But it's easy to decide not to raise
"That's right," said Holloway.,
Jones has been explaining the community's fiscal troubles to the commission, the media and to the residents
of Nassau County, most recently in an
open letter published last month in the
News-Leader. She asked Kelley for clarSa tf unification as she tried to understand his

Start over, city aviation firm told
.... .enue and funding sources,' commis, 2. sioners asked Kelley if he could wait
ANGELA DAUGHTRY Currently thesole fixed-base operator was concerned about inconsistencies stated the city refused to lease the until Jones delivered new numbers
News-Leader is' McGill Aviation,. which offers in 8 Flags' documentation submitted north side of theairport to 8 Flags, based on several cuts to capital
ground support and fuel services. to the city, Brooks wrote. thus giving preferential treatment to improvement projects the board made
The Federal Aviation Administra- Echard filed with the FAA in "We simply cannot definitively con- McGill Aviatioh. It also stated '"the at a special budget meeting last week.
tion has approved the re-submittal of Januaiy against the city of Fernandina clude that 8 Flags Aviation demon- city has allowed north side develop- Jones is scheduled to present the an application by 8 Flags Aviation to Beach, claiming the city's "preferential strated the ability to meet the airport's ment for others, while it denies the use revised numbers to the commission run a fixed-base operator service at treatment" of its lone fixed-based oper- minimum standards," Brooks wrote; of that area to 8 Flags Aviation." on Aug. 21. the Fernandina Beach Municipal ator, McGill Aviation. "nor can we definitively conclude that The complaint also alleged the city Kelley agreed to wait for the new
Airport. Ina 20-page review sent to Echard the city's reasons for denying 8 Flags "orchestrated a series of administra- spreadsheet and removed his motion.
Local businessman Brian Echard, July 1, FAA compliance specialist aviation the leasehold it seeks were tive-delays and political maneuvers Commission Chair Danny Leeper manager of 8 Flags Aviation, -LLC, Deandra Brooks wrote that, in spite of unreasonable." clearly designed to discourage 8 Flags said he appreciated the delay "I need
'submitted a commercial lease and approval, the FAA was "troubled by Brooks wrotethattheFAA "strong- Aviation from developing a second to review.this in greater detail before operating permit application to City the application review process con- ly encourages the parties to re-start FBO." I can make a decision that is so imporVManager Joe Gerrity for a second ducted by the city" regarding 8 Flags this process." fixed-base operator last September. Aviation's application. The FAA also Echard's complaint with the FAA FAA Continued on 3A COUNTY Continued on 3A

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OBITUARIEs State compiles facts WEEKLY

Herman Albertie (aka T e r r y, on sinkholes in Florida UPDATE

Poppa Herman), 89, of Clinton and 'PacktheSchoor
Sandhill, Florida, passed away Gregory. He TALIAHASSEE -The ly occur- age from settling due to caus- Through the month of
on August 6, 2013, at Life Care also leaves Florida Department of ring sink- es other than sinkholes. August, First Baptist
Center of Hilliard, Florida. behind to Environmental Protection's holes can A sinkhole opened in my Fernandina Beach is taking
Brother Herman Albertie carry on his Florida Geological Survey has be seen neighborhood. Should I be donations of school supwas a lifelong resident of legacy his compiled the following infor- Bthrough- concerned? plibs to Pack the School.
Sandhill, Florida and a'faithful grand ch i1- mation to provide a single out the Although sinkholes in This year, the effort is to
member of St. James Baptist dren, great- point source for general M state of Florida sometimes occur in help Southside Elementary
Church, where the Rev. grandchildren, a host of knowledge about the nature of Florida sets, most are isolated events, supply its teachers and stuJohnnie Green is the Pastor. nieces, nephews, cousins, and sinkholes in the state of including many that connect The bedrock underlying the dents with pencils, pens, He retired from IT Rayonibr sorrowing friends. Florida and additional infor- underground to springs, state is honeycombed with pocket folders, wide-ruled
after 40-plus years of service. Viewing will be Friday, maition about pro per protocol rivers and lakes. cavities ofvaryingsize, most notebook paper, spiral noteHe was born November 19, August 16,2013, at St. James should you ever encounter a Sinkholes form in karst of which will not collapse in books, crayons, glue sticks, 1923, to Charles and Rena Baptist Church, Sandhill, sinkhole in an urban area. terrain from the collapse of our lifetimes. A quick inspec- dry-erase markers, white Albertie, who preceded him Florida, from 6:00 pm until Additionally, the depart- surface sediments into under- tion of your property for or color copy paper, in death. Also preceding him 8:00 pm. Funeral services Will ment announced Friday that ground voids. In Florida one any sinking or soft areas Kleenex, paper towels, in death was his wife of 69 be held Saturday, August 17, the Florida Geological Survey, may see solution sinkholes, might be prudent Unless the wipe-ups and backpacks. years, Rose White Albertie, 2013, 11:00 am, at River of. in conjunction with the Florida cover-subsidence sinkholes or sinkhole isvery large, and Drop off your donations and three sons: Willie, Lonnie, Praise Worship Center,83410 Division of Emergency cover-collapse sinkholes. The extends to your property, at First Baptist Church, and Joseph Albertie. Saint Mark Drive North, Management, has received.a first two types will show very there's likely to be little rea- 1600 S. Eighth St., during
He is survived by 10 chil- Yulee Florida. Interment will $1.1 million grant from the little topographical distur- son for concern, regular business hours,"
dren: daughters, Jeanette, be in ElmoreWiley Cemetery. Federal Emergency bance to the naked eye, while Should a sinkhole open in 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m., MonLois, Dorothy, Magdaline and' SunsetFuneral Home Management Agency to the third is the type, which an area near you the hole day through Thursday
Ann. Sons, Herman, Jr., Earl, Kingsland Ga. address sinkhole vulnerability. shows a abrupt change in should be immediately cor- (enter the Administrative,
Facts about sinkholes in topography and is most asso- doned off and clearly marked Offices in back); or the Mark Gordon Blanchard lorida: re ciated with the thought of to protect traffic. Contact local Children's Desk on Sunday
entire state of sinkholes. law enforcement to report the
S Mark Gordon "Mole" Wesley Kayyali; brother, Florida sits on top of several Questions about sinkholes hazard and call your city or .I M
Blanchard, 60, died August 8, Malcolm R. Blanchard, Jr., thousand feet of limestone. in urban and suburban envi- county road department to ini- Youth Leadership 2013 at his home in Atlanta. Atlanta and his wife Sara and Limestone is a rock that can ronments: tiate repair work. If.the road is Nassau is seeking qualified
Born Jurie 18, 1953, the son their daughters, Julia and form with natural void spaces IMy yard is settling. Do I' private, repair of the hole is 10th and llth grade appliof Diane and Malcolm Grace; and, brother David P called-porosity. In limestone have. sinkhole? usually the responsibility of eaits for the 2013-14school
-Blanchard, Mark attended Blanchard, Avondale Estates, where the void spaces are Maybe. But a number of the landowner or property yeai: Eligibility requireChamblee High School and: GAand his wifeTalia:and their cotinected, the rock is perme- other factors can cause'holes, "'owners' association. 4hments include provenle4dwas a U.S. Army Veteran. childrenVivianand Bo. able. Porous and permeable depressions or subsidenceIof Is there a safe area of q-shipabilitiiscy.ool,'
His bodywas cremated and A memorial service was limestone makes great the groundurface Expaiisive .Florida where thereis no and/orcommutr.activithe ashes will be taken to held at St Luke's Episcopal aquifers and provide millions clay layers in the earth may chance ofsinkholes? ties, inaddress-" Amelia Island, Florida, where. Church, 435Peachtree Street,' of gallons of fresh driking shrink uponh ,ying buried Technically, no. Since the :irig the issues onfrontin "Mark spent manyhappy years on August 13; at 11 am ,the water for residents aid agri- organic material, poorly-com- entire.state is underlain by Nassau County and an ... pursuing his love ofthe beach, Rev Daniel P Matthews, Jr. culture. The most significant pacted soiLafteocavantiof biate rocks, sinkholes average ofB'or better. the game ofg6l1f, and the great officiating, assisted by clergy' fact in the development of Work, buried trash -tlbgs nd could theoretically form any- Studatts will meet outdoors.. ; of St. Luke's. A reception folm sinkholeg is the dissol61ior.of broken pipes illmay cause Where. Iowever,there-are monthly Septembr .
Mark is survived by his lowed in the Parish'Hall. the limestone underlying depressions toforfi at the definite regions where sink- through Marchandt ey 'nother, Diane B. Hawkins, In lieu offlowers, donations Florida by naturally,acidic. ground surface. these set- hole risk-is considerably high will gaii an increased Atlanta;-brother Matthew P. to the Memorials Commitee groundwater. tling eveIt, when-notverified er:In general, areasofthe .awareness ofco~mhity
Blanchard, Cramerton, NC ofSt -Luke' will be appreciat- Sinkholek are a natura as ti esinkholesbyirofes- d stte where liestone is close 'needs, opporti iieaid' arid his daughter, Allison; sis- ed.. land commonfetiio sonsa to sufac ei areas with eep. resourcesand meet other
iter Carol E. Blanchard, St. Wages &onsMFuneralHdiie : lorida's landscape .They are "subsidehc i densc If the. r imestone butwth a cof- student from Nassau
Simons, GA and her son StoneMounain. Ga. olyone ofmany kinds. settlingis affe'tii ia lli g, C6dciretonflg uratin of wate" County fr a application
karstlandformis, which ftitther testing tbyaicinised table election stratigraphy,-. ee your schoolguidante
Elroy Harris include depressions, caves engineers ith alicensedgeol-' and aquife characteristics'. 'io i te cher.'
.(bathlr and water filled), dis- ogist on staff or a licensed.. have icci) sedslikhdle actvi- Elroy "Shorty" Harris, 90, New York Yankees and the .ap g streams, springs. geology firm ay be in order. y.
of Yulee, 'passed awy. Florida Gators. He was a Won- ; duiderground rquiferosys- ,Propertyinsurance may pay To view thedepartienfs GaByes i
'Saturday afternoon, August derful father a4andfather. tems, alt: ofhicioscu'i 'for testing, but in many cases, websiteloion to Associates b l holda
10, 2013 at the Community 'He raised three dau htrs on Florida Thousands ofiatural- insuianice may not cover dam ww. cone~died iioliehs Hospice Morris Center in his own.and'dored.hisgrand- ' courselat 9 atnd! pm.
Jacksonville. children. Aug. 17. A basiL with defenMr. Harris was-born Hewaspfedeceased'by sive tactics coursewillbe,
February 24,1923 in Cogdell, son in law Larry Gocek ard held at 7:45 am. Aug. 8'
"GA and moved to YdIlee five is survived by three daugh- anO 31. Fordetails diact
'years ago fromFernaidina ters, Mrs. Wilhelmina H. Bson at 491-8358,(904),
Beach Gocek of Lake City, FL, Mrs 476-2037 orbelson@bellHe was oftheBaptistfaith GayleClark (James) ofYulee' s ple enjoy summer out- --south. i. Visitwww
and was a World War II FL and Shannon Dix es and as students
'Veteran, serving inthe Pacific (Gen), also ofYulee; aI iste 's chool, theFlorida T avoid becoming dehydrated, it is Confle sons
at Iwo Jima and Saipan with OvidaCowartof Valdosta parent of Health in '
tie. U.s. A y ertid ~i 4 ' N important to drink plenty offluids, especially ce Sonsofconfed-1he, :..A ,?H ...... "I" .... "' ... .. u e id h ,o s fC ne e
fton iaonfit 2ea ago. 'er. 1'O t -udonf' eelthirSCA,,ThS ris .wa veare Veterans will meet '
Mr. Harris was an avid fish- A memorials.vice wyllbe. of prolonged exposure Aug. 19 at 7p.m. at the Pig
arr~ls w s an~avi 4sh- A e~io z -hen, IA g 9a ; !h a t ul ry t u nd y i tem peratures ,
,erman and loved music and held irthe Steph eii Chael4 extreme heat ptepeatures Barbeque Restaurant in'
laying the guitar. He also Green Pine Funeial Horet To avoid becomig dey a Callahan. The program will
enjoyed watching baseball and 2:00 p.m. Friday, August16. drafted siort feature a report on the
-football ad was a fan -of the Green Pine Funeral Home Gettysburg Battle reenactaeven iayodod thirsty Bies f 62 month: may be present, ~othebest way ment. The publics invited.
Th rcularlyreond Bafed bbies oid dehydration is to mon,' an Patrick entz ey p1 e h atr a ma nd N CAietn
,anwhen temperatures reac 9 that are receiving, sold foods itor water, or fluid" intake and meetg
Rya ar et_ f' dgre n ihr eed l Ad s'.. civngwater ." modify aii or.eueth
Rylan Patrick Lentz, infant uncles, Alison Lent Dou also receiving water modify activity reduce the If you are interested in.
:on ofJonathan and Kai-ianne Bastrop, TX iCurran o up ysicaacvity and 12 months and length activityy according to the prevention and elimina[Lentz of Fernandina Beach, Orlando,FI and Ryai Curan. heat expsur during ht olderShouldbe reminded to, weather conditions. tion of underage drinking
FzL passed away Thursday (Sarah) of Wrthi ton, r od id todrink drink fli preferably water Don't wait for"the dry ad other duguse within
inkter we, eD nt.w t ojie r ah'd other drug use within
evening, August 8, 2017 at Amemorial service wil:be .more terFluideqi nts the day to drik iioiih;flushed skin',headaches, Nassau County, the Nassau
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Baptist Medical Center/South held for rlann iday a y rom person o person. re onht days. 'Hlightlieadenes' or fatigue. Alcohol, Crime and Drug
in Jacksonville. 11:00 AM in the BuIrgess Persons whhave medical coin Adults should -irink Whe Pre v t dehydrai by drink- Abatement Coalition meets
Besides his loviiig parents; Chapel of oley-Heai dii sich aslidneynd eart exposed to temperates reach- ingflids hroughtthe day the third Tuesday of the
Rylan leaves behind histhree Funeral Hdie witi the diae require a fluid iig, 90 degrees and higher, Help toavoid' becomirig dehy- month. This month's meetbrothers, Logan Lentz, Ethan Reverend Di.&1iel P,Meyer of restricted die r who have depending on physicalactivity dated by staying .out of the ing will be held Aug. 20 at 4 .Lbentz and his twin brother the Holy' Tri 'Lutheran problems with fluid retention levelandheatexposire, adults direct sun, wearing light col-- p.m. at the Fernanidina :Dylan Lentz. His maternal Church presidihg.Thefainily should consult a physician should drink even more witer. ored loose fitting clothing, lim- Beach Police Department grandparents, Cindy and Jay will receive friends one hour before increasing thei con- Knowing.-he signs of dehy- iting physieadlactivity, and using Community Room. Curran of Pensacola, FL, his priorto the time of service. sumptidn of fluids. drat-,i and knowing what to fins when av~lable Guest speaker Johp
paternal grandparents,, Please share hislife story Agegrups'als'havedif- dp, isveryimportant Signsof If you tuspct you are Martin with the Veteran's
Eugene and Alice Lentz of at feet hydration needs. Here dhydratiof: iiclud6 'thirst, 1imit dehydiated, get to a Affairs Office will speak
:TexasCity, TX, his aunts and Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors are some baSic guidelines: 'weakiiess, nausea, muscle cool orl shady area and 'sip cool about his role at the office Babies from birth 6 cramps, feeling dizzy and light water:or fluids. If your condi- and its collaboration with DEATH NOTICES months: Healthy infants nor- headed, decreased urine levels tion does not improve, seek NACDAC. For information
mally do not need extra water, and/or urine that has a strong medical attentibn immediately, visit or call On a hotday, a small amount of' odor or is darker than normal, For further information, con- Susan Woodford or Kerrie John F. Bennett, 72, Fernandina Beah, died Sunday, water may be needed, but check tiredness, sluggishness, irri- tactthe Nassat County Health Albert at 277-3699. Aug. 11,2013. with your physician on how tability and headaches. All, Department at 548-1800 or visit o
Eternity FuneralHome & Cremations-Nassau much to give. some or none of these signs
: Mr. Billy Charles Harrington, 79, New Johnsonville, The Nassau County
Teni., formerly of Jacksoliville, died Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013,. .Hunger Coalition and Funeral services were held on Monday, Aug. 12 in Shadow Lawn Second Harvest will deliver
Cemetery, Lagrange, Ga. fr ff 'r 1p free produce, dairy, bakery
Hunter-Allen-Myhand Lagrange Ga. goods and meat starting at
Mrs. Geraldine H-ardcastle Irvine Kettles, Fei'nandina 1 p.m.' until all the food is
Beach, died Thursday, July 25, 2013. Funeral services will be gone on Aug. 21 at Yulee
at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 18 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley- Florida State College at begins Aug. 26. Classes will Castleberry, a certified execu-- United Methodist Church, Heard Funeral Home. Jacksonville Betty P. Cook meet Monday through Friday tive chef with the American 86003 Christian Way, Yulee;
Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors Nassau Center is offering a from 1-5 p.m. until Dec. 13. Culinary Federation who has and Aug. 29 at the Atlantic Lee M. Lockhart, 72, Hobe Sound, formerly of Amelia workforce certificate program The cost $942 plus a uni- taught at Fernandina Beach Avenue Recreation Center Island, died Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013. Services will be held at the in Commercial Food and form. The textbook and High School, the Lewis "Red" auditorium, 2500 Atlantic Forest Hills Young & Prill Chapel, Stuart, on Saturday, Aug. 17. Culinary Arts. The two-course knives will be provided for Bean Technical Center at Ave., Fernandina Beach.
ForestHills FuneralHome. Stuart program was created to pre- use in the class. Florida State Collegein Yulee
Marie Foust Moore, 88, Orange Park, died on Thursday, pare individuals for employ- Restaurant Cook, the sec- and First Coast Technical
Aug. 8, 2013. ment in the culinary and hos- ond 300-hour class for the cer- College in St. Augustine. LOOKING BACK
Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors pitality fields, with 600 hours tificate, will be offered in the Interested residents need Keith Stanberry, 59, Fernandina Beach, died Saturday, Aug. of training., spring term, which starts in to complete a Florida State
10, 2013. Memorial service information will be announced., Food Preparation, the first January. College at Jacksonville appli- Nassau's Board
Gien Pine Funeral Home 300-hour training class, Instructor is Chef Bill cation, the Test of Adult Basic of Public
Education and the federal Instruction adopted
financial aid application. A Y R a total budget of
511 Ash Street. Fernandina Beach. FL 32034 $M high school diploma is not $,976,095, an
(904) 261-3696 Fax 261-3698 required. The Betty P Cook increase of $75,716 over the
N EW S Website for email addresses' P Will Nassu rges l vca d. previous year, due largely to
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CRHE C u n the apartments will fill a need at agreed, and in December 2009
CR E Continuedf.fron L4 the low or the high end. quashed the county's approval
largely woods and brush. There Development of Crane of the PUD. is no date scheduled to start Island has been a contentious However, the commission construction. issue between developers and voted in Januay 2010 to appeal
Nick Gillette of Gillette & local environmentalists. Davis' decision on the grounds Ass-ociates of Fernandina Beach The Amelia Island Co.. on that evidence had been misinis the agent for DB Florida behalfof a developerattempting terpreted or overlooked. The Company. LLC out of Atlanta. to build on Crane Island, had Amelia Island Co. and Crane The developer is planning to lobbied the county in 2006 to Island Investments LLC joined build a multi-family residential amend its comprehensive plan the appeal as intervenors. project at the south end of and change the island's desig- At issue was the compreChristian Way in Yulee, and nation. hensive plan's Policy 1.09,03,
asked the commission to The conservation designa- which statesthat development
change its zoning from low-den- tion allowed for only one may be allowed in areas deter, iM;sity (2 units p.r acre) to high- dwelling every five acres a mined not to be wetlands by the'
SROBERT FIEGE,/NEWS-LEADER density (10 units per acre). maximum of 49 potential hous- St. Johns River Water A worker inspects the wreckage from a train derailment Saturday afternoon that Gillette asked the board to es on the property. The county Management District.
spilled coal and freight cars along the tracks just west of Sadler Road in Fernandina rezone approximately 25 acres commission voted to change In 2006(. the district deterBeach. There were no injuries reported, and the spill wis due to be cleaned up of land on the south side of SR the designation of part of the mined that about 72 acres of
Tuesday. 200, and on Monday night it island from conservation to res- Crane Island were actually
said yes to the plan. idential a move that would uplands.
"It's an appropriate use of allow up to 169 houses on the The plaintiffs alleged in their the space," said the county's property. lawsuit that the policy could not
Growth Management Director The lawsuit, brought by be applied to permit developSPeter King. "Nassau County Nassau County residents Eric ment at a higher density than H needs all kinds of housing and Titcomb, Robert Weintraub and five units per acre. In a majoriHEte tthere is a shortage of rental Julie Ferriera, alleged that the ty opinion written by Judge
units, so this development will county did not have the author- Bradford L Thomas, however,
grant help fill a need." ity to amend the comprehen- the Court ofAppeal disagreed.
t There is no word on whether sive plan in that way. Davis mmnaguirejbnewsleadercom
to help
hOm l ess TeNews-Leader remains in OUNTY road.without having some type than raising taxes. "I've heard
Nassau of structural way to balance the commissioners say that everyThe Nassau Gounty Sher- County Jail, Continued from LA budget," said Leeper. "And we one was up in arms, but in tir
JACKSONVILLE-Ability iffs Office has arrested eight charged with tant," he said after the meeting. can't continue down the road to district. I didn't hear that,"
Housing of Northeast people in connection with a unlawful pos- For hispart, Leeper has said depleting reserves." Edwards said.
Florida has received -a methamphetamine operation session of list- he does not want to raise ad val- Commissioner Pat Edwards Edwards also expressed dis$206,739 grantfi'om the U.S. in Callahan. ed chemicals, orem taxes and would prefer to also favors a special user tax may about the deep cuts to servHousing and Urban Devel- According to police re- Caswell manufacture balance the county's proposed because it would spread the cost ices and staff over the last few
opment (HUD) Continuum ports, the :sheriff's narcotics of metham- $58 million.operating budget of runningthecountytoabroad years.
of Care Program (CoC) for unit began investigating sev- phetamine, with a special user fee. range of people, including own- "We cut our employment by
its Finally Home Nassau eralpeople bdsed ona tip they operatinga drug house with a A $217individualfir'e taxafhd ers of a property with an 18 percent and we could cut our
communityinitiative. received in March. The arrests minor present and conspiracy a gas tax have previouslybeen assessed value below $50,000. budget more but it wouldn't be
Ability Housing is a were made in June and July. to manuacture methamphet- discussed, and rejected. There At present, these owners con- enough," he said. "We could cut
Jacksonville based nonprofit The tip provided' informa- amine. His bond is $160,008. is still time to implement a gas tribute nothing to the-tax base, allthe lights and close agre sti that focuses on providing tion on people buying pseu- Conspirators in the opera- tax, though at this late. date it given: the $50,000 homestead tion and still not cover the budgpermanent supportive hous- doephedrine for the produc- tion were taking payments in couldn't start until Jan.. 1. That exemption. et."
ing for those who are tion of methamphetamine at methamphetamine, liquor and would still give the county nine "That (approach) is a posi- At the time, Edwards said
homeless, at risk of home- the home of Wanda Rolley, 51, other items in exchange for months of new revenue. And, it tive way to affect everyone he St'ongly disagreed with lessness or adults with a dis- aJacksonville post office clerk purchasing 4and delivering would spread the cost of coun- equally," said Edvyards in a Kelley's ideas for balancing the' ability. living at 45657. Bismark Road, pseudoephedrine,, according ty business to new crowds, such phone interview last month, budget.
Finally Home Nassau will Callahan, the report said. to the report. Narcotics offi- as tourists and truckers who After the idea for a special "I think someone needs to identify 16 chronically home- According to the sheriff's cers also gathered information rollup to localp'timpsf to fill their fire tax became public, Edwards shake him and wake him up." less persons with a disability office, Rolley allowed' her and investigated those co-con- tanks, officials have noted. said 20 people called his office he said. living on the streets in home tobe used to manufac- spirators for several months "We can't continue down this to say that plan was a better idea mmaguire@/bnewsleadercoin Nassau County and provide turemethamphetaminealong through'store videos, interthem with permanent sup- with Marcus "Lee" Caswell, views, phone records and portive housing. 38: pseudoephedrine logs.
The effort is based on the A police report stated the Additional suspects arrest- A nti ed 1A Echard also said 8 Flags' years could be $2.4 million.
Housing First concept narcotics unit searched ed in late June and early July nu from Aviation would create eight new The city lost a lawsuit against
that provides people with dis- Rolley's residence on June 12, as a result of the investigation Echard told commissioners jobs in the city, with more to McGillAviation in 2012 regardabilities or serious health consequently finding listed. were Andrea Shaw Nelson, 42, in his original proposal that the come as the business grows, ing an airport land lease disproblems who lack stable chemicals, cooking vessels of Hilliard; Lonnie Britton FBO facility would comprise a and that the company would pute, which ended up costing housing with an essential and other paraphernalia used Nelson, 37, of Hilliard: Adam 10,000 to 15,000-square-foot actively market the airport and the city $2 million in damniages foundation to access primary in manufacturing metham- Wayne'Betts, 28, of Hilliard; office/hangar building with a city through aviatioi-related and attorney fees. McGill has care and chronic disease phetamine. Rolleyand Caswell Lisa Marie Warren, 24, of commulity- conference and associations. He said projected been the airport's fixed-base
-management. It has been were arrested the same day Hilliaird; Anthony Burnon meeting room and restaurant revenues for the city would be operator since 1998. proven that' these 'for conspiracy to manufacture Musgrove, 29 f Hilliard; and. Later, a maintenance division about $60,000 ih the firstyear Echard coulld not be reached housing-based set'vices methamphetamine and unlaw. Wendell DalVThompson, 50 would be developed fr local from land lease, hangar lease for comment reduce utilization of more ful possession of listed chem- of Callahan. 'and transient pilots. and other fees, and over 20 ad aughtry@/bnewsleade:coln
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University ofFlorida behind in the economic recovery," McCarty added.
GAINESVILLE Consu- Florida's unemployment rate,
mer confidence among for example, has remained
Floridians' sank in July after steady since June at 7.1 peredging upward for four con- cent, which is less than the
secutive months, according nationalunemployment figure
to a University of Florida sur- of 7.6
vey. "But unemployment is
"We were surprised by this higher for younger Amerisudden decline," said Chris cans," he said. "In June it was
McCarty, director of UF's 13.5 percent for those 20-24,
Survey Research Center in the and 22.6 percent forthose 18Bureau of Economic and 19. "If you consider broader
Business Research. "Consu- measures of unemployment,
mer confidence at the nation- such as those who are under- ---About 97 people attended
al level as measured by the employed, the situation is last week's 2013 Education
University of Michigan actu- worse. Leadership Summit at the
Sally rose slightly in July .... Although most areas of Red Bean Technical Career
This raises questions as to Florida's economy grew in Center at the Betty P. Cook
what is happening that led to July, there were declines in Nassau Center of Florida
Florida's decline.' the leisure and hospitality State College, Yulee, above.
Four of the five compo- industry "These jobs dispro- Another 94 participated at a
nents measured in the index portionately employ low- second summit held in
decreased. Overall percep- income and younger Flori- Neptune Beach. Florida
tions among respondenrits that dians," McCarty said. Education Commissioner
they now are better off finan- Housing price increases Tony Bennett was tdie special
cially than .they were a year and record highs in the stock guest.
ago, their expectations of bet- market may help better off Middle left, Nassau County
ter personal finances a'year and'older Floridians but they Schools Superintendent John
from now, confidence in the provideless benefitto younger Ruis addresses the crowd,
U.S. economy over the coming Floridians. "Increased hous- flanked by school board
!year and their faith in the ing prices and rising interest member Donna Martin and
nation's economic health over rates could, in fact, be a bar- former State Sen. Steve Wise.
the next five years all fell.' rier to younger and low- Below left, State Rep. Janet
SOnly one survey compo- income Floridians buying a Adkins and State Sen. Aaron
Sent went up: The consensus house," McCarty said. Bean, both of Fernandina
that row is agoodtime to buy Another possibility is that Beach, listen to a question.
big-ticket items, such as a new ,these are early signs of the Below, Adkins speaks with
car, robeb to'the highest level negative effects of sequestra- one of the attendees.
since April 2007. tion.sonething many econo- The summit focused on
SJuly's slip in confidence is. mists have been expecting," middle school reform, conmat odds with relatively good McCarty said "There are mon core state standards and
economic news for the state. maiy ways the -automatic higher education and includAge 'of the respondents may cutbacks at the federal level 4 ed people from Miami,
explain why. can trickle down to the state Tallahassee, Pinellas County,
"The drop in confidence level ' Port St. Lucie, Gainesville,.
seems to be driven by pes- iAmnong them iare dramat- Bradford, St. Johns, Clay and
simism among younger ic funding cutslfor Head Start, Columbia counties.
respondents 'with lower' io- a program that low-income Other panel discussion
comes," -McCarty said. -This parents rely on for education participants included Acting
age group reports not only 'id meals for their children. Education Commissioner
:lower 'current personal Some families depend on.the Pamela Stewart, State Rep.
finances now compared to a fundipg for summerprogramis Elizabeth Porter, Duval's
:year ago, but their expecta- iat allow them to Work dur- Schools Superintendent
tions., of lower personal iig summer when mostpublic Nicolai Vitti, Willis
financesa year from now fell schools are closed. Holcombe, president of
too, dramatically dropping for The big question," Florida State College, local
those under 60 and for those McCarty said, "is whether the school board members
with incomes Under $30,000." decline in confidence turns Amanda Young, Kim
"Economists have pointed out to be an outlier or whether Fahlgren and Kathy Burns,
out that young people are dis- we will see a trehd down in and Kate Wallace of the Jeb
proportionately being left the next few months." Bush Foundation for
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B B A why, did Fernandina Beach city tain types of or planes can go to Jacksonofficials decide to get into the landings. But ville airport during inclement
The recent incidents involv- have people a colleague, he was great to have timber, real estate and devel- questions weather.
ing politicians with sexual affairs working for on the other side of the table. On opment industries? linger about There are numerous referhave created quite a stir across you who are the other hand, a few months The answer o the first part: why the ences about the allure of revthe nation. Maureen Dowd, a honorable ago, I was involved in a project Within the last few years. But urgency to enues for a cash-strapped city.
well-known columnist for the and virtuous, where, because of some resist- we still have to figure out why trim now and "I am sorry to say that this
New York Times, has written a but you need ance, I asked for help from one Because once again, public offi- why not reeks of pillage for profit,"
few pieces discussing Anthony to deal with of the more important partici- cials have proven incapable t9 explore all wrote one resident to city offiWiener's decision to run for people out- pants.Averydecent individual, handle private-sector endeav- STEVE'S options cials. "Cut it now, generate
mayor of New York. In one col- side who are he stated hewould help and we ors. MARKET such as clos- some income ... but this is the
umn, Ms. Dowd writes, honorable. developed a plan. However,, Their foray into the timber pLACE ing or limit- last major greenareainthecity.
"Americans keep mOving the COACH'S 'Whether or when he got some static from industry: has been splintered ing some "Tell the FAA to certify two
marker of acceptable behavior, CORNER not the per- others involved, he panicked with inefficiencies and uncer- runways. or three runway approaches," it
partly as a reflection of the coars- .... son on the and without even telling me, tainties. While city officials por- Steve Nicklas City offi- continues. "They could be ening of society and partly as a other side of decided to back away from his trayed a tree-cutting project at cials did selected by their lack of intrupublic acknowledgement that Howard the table is' commitments. Fortunately, I the airport as a mandate from quite a bit of legwork. They siveness, minimal cutting and
many polswith complicated per- Pines virtuous is not was able to get the mission back state/federal is dif- hired engineers and arborists- highest use.
sonallives have been good pub- a concern, on track without his support. I ficult to find documents sup- and paid them to endorse their Another resident depicted
licservants." Comparing him to Jack Johnson, a friend who stillseehimas a decentperson, porting this in city files. position that trees had to be the effort as a "money grab," Bill Clinton, she further writes spent most of his life in the bank- who actually does his job very However, there are volumi- cut down, and immediately, while another wrote. "I reviewthat the "difference is there is ing business, told me that he well. So while I would still label nous letters and public-records They secured state funds to ed the PowerPoint presentanothing in Wiener's public life never worried about the other him competent and virtuous, his requests from concerned resi- help in their efforts (state offi- tion.... Apotentialone-time revthat is redeeming." party's virtue, but he was con- inabilityto handle confrontation dents regarding the razing of cialscan provide matching enue of $80,000 or so is
I see this issue somewhat dif- cerned about tjhe other party makes him ineffective and in trees there. Some postulated fundiforvarious efforts around immaterial to the city's budget." ferently. Whilethe press is much being honest about his or her sit- the future he is riot someone I that such efforts were to gen- airports, and tree trimming is In ,a presentation June 18, more open about politicians' and uation and living up to his or willtrustto handle my business. erate $81,000 in revenues fIom one of them). 2012 by city staff, an FAA reghigh level business executives' her commitments and obliga- So, make sure you surr-ound selling the timber (this figure But the bottom line is that ulation was cited regarding personal peccadilloes, contrary tions. yourself with employees who was cited by city officials). the multitude of trees was "objects affecting navigable air
.to Ms. Dowd's view, the rules While a labor negotiator, I are virtuous and honorable. Now the city is proposing mowed down apparently with- space," However, it only implies have not really changed. We met with many union leaders However, when you go outside to sell land it owns along the. out a state or federal mandate: the FAA was involved in the have always been more accept- who certainly were not consid- your area of responsibility and center of the island. Again, it is And they have been replaced decision. ing of individuals who are seen ered virtuous but a number your company and look to make the allure of new revenue for by pitiful replicas. So now the only remains as capable and able to bring were surprisingly honorable. deals, focus first and foremost a cash-strapped city Former city commissioner from the tree-cutting along
about resultsyersus peoplewho' For example, one Teamster on whether the individual(s) you In regard to the airori con Jeffrey Bunch called out Amelia Island Parkway are a are not seen as capable but are leader had quite a reputation, are doinggbusiness with is hon- troversy, one of the few refer- Czymbor in an email in 2011. white fence and a few infant perceived as virtuous. This is especially in regard to the ladies. orable. ences to federal or state reviews 'The FDOT identified only four trees bordering the city golf
why people like Lyndon In addition, even his own people Amelia Island resident and subsequent findings trees (to be trimmed) in their course. This is in replacement Johnsonand Bill Clinton, who considered him quite intimidat- Howard Pines has more than 30 mentioned a four-hour inspec- last report," Bunch said. of towering oak and pine trees. no one saw as virtuous, were ing However, we negotiated years experience as CEO, chair- tion done each year. It did not "Nowhere was it recommend- Once again, public officials able to be elected president. contracts for over 20 years. He man and founder ofBeamPines, indicate the findings. ed to evaluate other-trees. should focus on managing
Awhile back, I finished read- showed up at everymeeting on a premier firm in the Executive Instead, it appeal's the tree- ."Many of the slides were municipal operations: budgets, ing a book, Shantaram, Which time, kept every confidence and Coaching business. He also co- cutting initiative was concocted misleading and be fair laws, utilities, upkeep of concerns India in the early always knew what was needed founded the BeamPines/Middle- by former city officials, includ- done to make it look worse public property. Anid leave pri1990s. The lead character, who to-get something done. We had sex UniveisityMaster's Program ing ex-city manager Michael than reality," Bunch said, "The vate efforts to the private secescapes from prison in New, many handshake agreements in Executive Coaching. Prior to Czymbor. Granted, some trees airport alreadyhas instrument tor. Zealand and becomes a mem- and he lived up to every one of that he served as Senior-VP of were getting too tall aind could approaches on other runways ber of the Indian Mafia, catego- thin. While Inever wanted this Human Resources for a Fortune rizes his contemporaries asvir- individual to be a family'friend or 100 corporation.
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9 of Happines
Code of ethics
A number of recent disof H ppin s'scussionsmdx vte, bv members of our i .ty cmmision
Get this: Happiness among -. have alirted "ne to signifihuman beings peaks at age 23, ca celebrated ant problems that we face in
= 4 ..tanks at 55, then peaks again at Weclbae Vpreserving the w~ell-being of
69. father's 80th birthday the Fernandina Beach comSo says a study by the Center on Teftisecmunicr.
for Economic Performance at Sundayhe first issue concern
the London School of me that when he hit adopting a Code of Ethics for
Economics, as reported by the m t the con'issioners sartig
UK's Daily Mail newspaper. 50, Lime o off li1e a with a document created
The findings make sense to rocket. That makes by City Attorney Tammi
me. Bach.
4 At 23, you are brimming with me cranky, too. In their initial discussion
life. You are confident your on July 2, three of the cosfuture includes great riches and more debt suddenly, you are missioners voted against fame, a lovely 40. How did that happen? even discussing the issue.
wife and a For a few years, you remain raising what I consider to be
perfect family calm. You are still somewhat vacuous arguments: Even
and home. young still have your dreams though no one can "legislate
As you to chase, morality," I believe that a
move along, But as life which involves healthy discussion of a Code
though, it speeding tickets, colds, high tax of Ethics is definitely in order doesn't take bills, unexpected household for the members of our city long for the expenses and a dizzying mix of commission. JOHN DARKOW/COLUMBIA DAILY TPBUNE. disappoint- highs and lows takes over, you I do not question that
HiUMOR ments to realizeyou have little spare time. each commissioner has her
, ,r begin piling And then, you are 50. Good or his own set of core ethical
Sl __ f l up. The studk God, a half-century? A half-cen- principles and values, but I
....... concludes tury is supposed to be a long do have grave concerns
:"E'-) TomPurcell that most 23- time but it didn't take so long about how they use those
fl....- year- o 1 d s at all. principles and values in their
overestimate their future life sat- Your expectations for the discussions and votes.
JULY 12TH AUGUST 23RD isfaction by about 10 percent future are not what-they once Further discussions of other
or considerably more than that. were. You spend less time look- important issues has demonPretty soon, your life is filled ing forward and more time look- strated that a workshop with meanie, bosses' who are ing back. about the Code of Ethics"
under pressure to turn a profit- Your mistakes and regrets (as proposed by City that's if yoi are able to find a come into sharp focus. If only Manager Joe Gerrity) is in job in ouir stammering econo- you had done this or that. If you everyone's best interests. my weighted down by govern- are lcky enough to still have For example, in their
ment rules, penalties and costs. your parents, as I am, you are budget discussion on July 30, Still, when you're young, you sad, to see what age is doing to the item of grant requests think You have lots of time to them. by not-for-profit social servfigure it out But, as itturns out, You long for your childhood ices organizations was raised you have way less time than you when they were young and by Mr Gerrity. Shockingly, think, strong when times were sim- Commissioners Sarah
One day, you're just out of pier, and they surely were if you Pelican and Pat Gass voted college, trying to extend your were lucky enough to grow up against. any funding of these active college social life. Pretty in the '70s. (I had a grand time requests for the next year. soon, your focus shifts to mak- writing and publishing a book Commissioner Charles S ing something of yourself. You about my experience, Corbett had not submitted.
M U SEU M are either at work or school all Misadventures of a 1970s his votes at the time of that
.1 Inn I OF.h im.cidho. meeting and was not prei
_O1_ Before you know it, you are You worry about the future ent.
Smiths__-InSTOn anodhe tmY do'tfel ld hoes ou armsdend, Pin Beaviaoreth
n thsonia M.OIL30. The college kids you were more than you ever have. You The agencies included
C UstOCTtHE .*STi once'among now view you as are wiser and pay attention to Council on Aging, Starting
Institutio an old-timer. You don't feel01ld, the news. You are saddened, Point Behavioral Health,
still living in even angered, by our country's Micah's Placeand Barnabas THE A ELIA ISLAND.M USEUM OF H ISTORY Momand Dad'sbasement! inability to address its core prob- Center. All four agencies
THAnd whileyou try to. find lems spending, debt, deficit, serve the needs of
233 SOUTH 3rdST. W, ELIA USEUM.ORG yourway through your 30s money-printing.. Fernandina Beach residents,
marriagee and children and l6ts You worry about the future most especially those of all that your children and grand- ages who are poor and hunocd4&ren wil'know. Willthey lives L gry.,If one's personal beliefs ,!ridft-country wiffh fewdrl free& ..arebasedon culturalvalues, doms, lots more government such as love, compassion and
rules and aperpetuallystagnant justice, I find it difficult to economy, as is the case in justify not supporting these
Western Europe? requests for grants.
,So it makes sense that one's One other example can happiness wouli tank at 55. be found in the Aug. 6 comWe celebrated my father's mission meeting..The budg80th birthday dn Sunday. He et discussion turned to the
told me that whenhe hit 50, time operations of the Fernandina took off like at rocket. That Beach public library. The makes me cranky, too. possibility was raised that the
It's going by too fast. I'm not commission might rescind accomplishing ;enough. My its pior commitment of
country is not accomplishing $51,000 toward this next enough. year's operations and .subIf I can hang on until I'm 69, stitute $1 per year for the will my happiness peak again?. next 20 years. NO vote Was I hope so. I hope our country taken, and discussion of the comes to its senses and is able item was deferred until the to unleash the ingenuity and budget workshop. That this prosperity we need to pay for proposal was even considall the promises we have made.. ered once again seems to be But at 51, have my doubts, inconsistent with an ethical which is troubling I still have stance that addresses the four years to: reach my peak health of a community. c~rankiness. Our library is open to and
Tom Purcell, :author of serves many needsof allresMisadventures of-'a 1970's idents of our community Childhood and Comical Sense: A Supporting the library's daily Lone Humorit Takes on a World .operations with public fundGone Nutty, is a Pittsburgh ing seems to me to be the Tribune-Review humor coluni- only ethical choice. ..nist and is nationally syndicated Thomas C.
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14.2013 OPINION News-Leader 71

The incredible place we live

EE DI've described our community to many people over the years as being one of the warmest,
caring, welcoming communities I've ever
known. I've never seen so much accepnplished,
by so few, with so little, anywhere I've ever
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 Lastweekwasjust another example of local
outpouring to a "special needs" family visiting
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly Amelia Island for the first time.
for the people of Nassau County by Community The McCool family frotb St Charles, Mo.,
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe had the opportunity to stay at the beach in local
that strong newspapers build strong communi- realtor John Hartrich's beach house. You see,
ties--"Newspapers get things done!" Our primary John donates a week's stay at
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable John donates a week's stay at
community-oriented newspapers. This mission the houseevery year to his
will be accomplished through the teamwork of Jesuit high school alma
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, qual- mater, St Louis U High in St
ity and hard work. Louis, Mo., as a prize in the
School's annual fundraiser.
FoY R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER -Thevisiting McCoolclan,
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR and yes, they are very cool,
ROBERT'yFIEGE. PRODUCTIONDIRECTOR Mickie (Mom), Ellie (15-yearBoB TIMPE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR MYVEW old daughter), Bryce (11year-old son) and Katie, the
BUSINESS OFFICEMANAGER family's caregiver who assists SUBMITTED
BUSINESS OFFICEiMTANAGETR Foy Maloy,. the family with Ellie. Ellie has Enjoying a day of fishing aboard Ye Old Pirate, from left, are Bryce McCool, Captain
BETH JONES. SPORTS EDITOR Publisher Rett's Syndrome, a neurode- Steve Hair, Mickie, Katie and David McCool, John Hartrich and Ellie McCool, foreBETH:JONES. SPoRTsEDir velopmental disorder of the ground in the wheelchair.
ToM WOOD DINK NESMITH graymatter of the brain. ____,
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT The family was treated to an incredible sunset cruise on the Amelia River Cruiser com- and Bryce was presented a trophy engraved one the entire family will never forget thanks to C community pliments of Kevin and Cecilia McCarthy. "Angler of the Week" compliments of the the outpouring from the groups and businesses
NI N newspaper, The next day, the entire family spent the NSFA. of our community.
morning fishing on board Ye Old Pirate owned A special surprise guest joined the McCool Thank you... Amelia Angler, Amelia The views expressedby the colonnistsand 'by Steve and Wanda Hair, compliments'of the crew for lunch the foundr and Executive Awards, Amelia Bait & Tackle, Amelia Beach
letter writers on thispage are their own Nassau Sport Fishing Association. Captain Director of Girl Power 2 Cure, Ingrid Harding: Rental, Amelia River Cruises, Books Plus,
inddonotnecessarily reflecttheviews of Steve's boat is handicap accessible and can Ingrid's Girl Power 2 Cure is a Rett's Syndrome Brett's Waterway Caf6, Chardonnay
the newspaper. its ownersor employee comfortably accommodate persons confined to awareness foundation. Mickle first contacted Foundation, Dan Dilallo Videos, Dottle B's
wheelchairs. Captain Steve and first mate, Mel, Ingrid years ago;when she discovered Ellie had Florist, Fantastic Fudge; Le Clos, Nassau Sport put the family on fish all morning for a memory been diagnosed with Rett's Syndrome-neither Fishing Association, Robison Jevelry, Slider's, D U of a lifetime. ofthem knew Ingrid now lives in town -it Twisted Sister and Ye Old Pirate.
B a Upon returning to the Fernandina- made for a marvelous reunion over lunch. TheMcCools had a very cool time in the
S-Harbor Marina the McCools were treated The McCools were amazed and grateful for coolest community I know ... Fernandina
to a delicious lunch at Brett's: during lunch the hospitality and generosity shown towards Beach!. L n h l r essMayor Sarah Pelican presented Ellie with a them during their stay. Foy Maloy ispublisher ofthe News-Leader
1-1 L medallion engraved "Lady Angler ofthe Week" [The-McCools Amelia Island vacation was f[

in Syria
Negativity about everything seems to VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
have taken over a country that has more
reasons than' any to be positive. Yes, the CoIIt on CO the high p6intofthe meeting. It was researched concerns, Ifeelthat the ponders options"). Tiis long overUnited States hasproblems, serious prob- offset by a lengthy monologue on committee treated them in a con- due change is sensible and efficient
lems: But arewe doomed, as some claim? St &n"ds the difference between standards descending and dismissive manner. considering the containers now in
What if we lived in Syria? I attended an education seminar and curricula; Looking around the For example, in response to a use. Converting "trash into cash" is
That's where a group from America met at the Red Bean Center of Florida room, I believe we were.all smart speaker's suggestion to slow the smart. Credit goes to City Manager Nidal in 2006. Nidal was our guide for five State Collegeat Jacksonville Betty P enough to figure that out. process and give it more study, one Joe Gerrity and his oft-maligned days in Damascus, Syria, the city of "the Cook Campus on Aug: 6, which was We finally reached the heart of of the Tallahassee suits exclaimed, staff for rolling this out, with adeStreet Called Straight," hosted by State Representative Janet the seminar: a discussion, with audi- "There's no time!, We have to do it quate staffing and public relations.
where the apostle Paulwas .Adkins and State Sepaor Aaron ence input, ofthe "common core now!" I am reminded of the old Further, the logical plan to continue taken to find a man who Bean. state standards." Supposedly, these adage common in government: twice-weekly pickup on the high
wotild baptize him. The focus was improving the standards will establish "a rigorous Ihere's never time to do it right, but rental shore addresses that legitiNidal is now unem- quality of middle school education and clear set of academic expecta- there's always time to do it over." mate issue. As for those concerned
ployed. Nobody is touring and implementing Common Core tions" while "improving critical .Iwalked out of the meeting think- with smelly garbage cans, they Syria these days. State Standards (CCSS) asa means thinking skills." However, the stan- ing that welare fortunate to have a might'try the old trick of briefly
Neighbors are killing of upgrading the competitiveness of dards appear to be federally devel- good and improving school system packaging nasty items in a freezer.
neighbor. Foreign 91-ri .% ~1rida' oo oped, national in scope, state'ad Nas >. 'T. Robertson
are lo1g'gone. Straight, r. Rep:Adkins r ered r raiei iffihBeach
FROM Street was crowded again joined by the Inteim Secretary state-wide basis. (Can anybody say ofa suspec Sys e a esp itS
TFROM last week, but only because of the Florida 7Department of "Obamacare"?) proponents'claims, cannot help but Wll lean up
THE 'of another funeral-for Education, other "siits' from Most peoplewhospoke froin the diminish local control of our pri-up
HOME another victim of Syria's Tallahassee, the superintendents of floor were opposed to these stan- mary and secondary education' Does anyone know where local
OFFICE civil War schoolsfrom both Duvaland Nassau dards. They were skeptical and As a final note, the center's sound citizens can take a look at the itemNidal recently emailed counties, members of the Nassau raised concerns, such-as teaching to equipment is terrible. The micro- ized list for $33,000 !("'No fees, no Steve McKenzie, a profes- County SchoolBoard and assorted the test, training arid not education, phonescut in and out, static: almost Shrimp Fstival?" Aug. 7).PhilHudgins sor at Rhodes College in 'other professional educators. Over and the standards being too lowand drowns out the speakers and the Why would it cost that much?
Memphis-and our one hundred taxpayers were in insufficiently challenging. amps are overdriven.' Putting up The vendors do pay fees that should
American leader for a three-week tour offive attendance. Another concern involved the with that was tiipledsant and dis- help the city keep the cost lower
Middle Eastern countries, plus Greece. To say I was disappointed in the collection and retention of data on tracting. but I am guessing the $33,000 is on
Steve was herding 15 seminary students and proceedings is to understate. After students over and above that nec- Andrew J. Curtin top of that. There are enough folks five lay leaders, including me, through those a late start, the chairman, Rep. essary to measure academic Fernandina Beach in town looking for jobsthat would
countries. Adkins, wasted an inordinate progress. pick up litter for'a fair wage. And it
"I left Damascus long time ago,' Nidal amountof tirnme introducingthe com- The message I got from the OV would save money?
wroteto Steve, "and doing nothing for living mittee and various otlier dignitaries speakers was slowdownn, let'stake nl5 I think you are paying at least
except'getting a very small help fom time n the room. a harder look." Several states have The thorough Aug. 9 News- $30,000 more than you should. Atid
to time from one of our friends who visited A power point presentation on either rejected CCSS or are backing Leader report of a city initiative to yes, I am willing to work to help Syria with me like you. It is very regrettable the status of our county middle out.of it. reduce frequency of residential trash clear u 'after Shrimp Festival.
situation. I hope you can do something to schools, which are actually quite Despite these speakers bringing 'pickup gives cause for encourage- Malisa Rembowsld .help me...." good and improving, was probably up serious, and, I thought, well ment ("As recycling takes off, city "Fernandina Beach
I telephoned Steve to see if he knew anything else about Nidal, someone we
Americans rem-mber for his gentleness and
knowledge of the country.- VWWPIINT/PAmuRTcK LEA /FEr A BEACH
"No," he said, "I've been wondering i
what's been going on with him. ... Iwas glad

Syria's president, Bashar al-Assad, is an evil t gf r
man. His government has killed thousands Ithough the oppressive
of Syrians. But Nidal is of the Alawite reli- weather and calendar
gion, the same aSAssad, inform us'it is mid-sum"I don't know if that makes things better mer, our city officials'.
for Nidal or worse for him, in terms of who appear to be suffering the effects his neighbors are," Stevesaid. of bone-chilling budgetary conThe last time Steve was in Syria was cens. Having burned through all 2011, about two weeks before everything available revenues, they now constarted to fall apart and Syrians rebelled in .template-burning the family heirforce against Assad and his government. looms and home furnishings for Steve said he didn't sense that Syria would momentarywarmth. Any relief :experience uprisings like those in Egypt and derived from such misguided acts other countries, will prove short-lived and resiThat year, just as it had been in the past, dents will occupy an island
:Syrians were overlyfriendly to Americans, stripped ofanore remnants of its he said. People would throw up their hands once beautiful natural heritage. ;and yell, "Welcome, welcome." In 2006, one Land that has been conserved by man gave me his phone number and invited multitudes of former commissionme to visit his home when we reached ers and reserved for recreation
Hama. will be sacrificed for budgetary
But now, in 2013, no one seems to trust shortfalls.
anybody in this country of untold biblical Longtime residents have witsignificance. That means Syria is no longer nessed this process time and part of the Middle Eastern Travel Seminar again with developers promising '(METS), which sponsored the tour for semi- increased tax revenue from the narians. Neither is the Sinai Peninsula in sale and conversion of Amelia's 'Egypt and the climb up what is thought to natural heritage. The current city PHOTO BY PATRICK LEARY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
be the Mount Sinai of Moses' day. and county shortfalls expose the Wildflowers bloom creek-side.
"It seems like an tfnholy mess," Steve lie of this perpetual "sales pitch."
said. Both county and city tax bases '
So, are things really, really awful in have expanded exponentially in property values for neighbor- remnant of Amelia Island.s veloped parcels into its successful
America? Talk to Nidal about awful. the last half century, yet we cannot hoods that adjoin the greenbelts, natural heritage for all future gen- "Greenways program, thus sustainPhil Hudgins is the senior editor for meet today's budgetary demands. outdoor recreational venues for erations. ing its amenities and attractions
Community Newspapers Inc., the media corn- Clearly, relentless growth and mid-island neighborhoods, Of all the city's departments for residents and visitors alike.
pany that Oawns the Newhs-Leader development is not the solution to reduced noise due to the buffering and budget allocations, its If the issile is put to a government shortfalls. effects of dense natural foliage Greenways demand the least man- dum, voters must decide if the city
The city would be wise to heed between developed areas and power and equipment to maintain and island really needs. more O'Will Rodgers' advice: "Buy land, nearby airport and golf course, for the benefit of its citizens and development, more congestion,
HOW TO lTEd 1s- Intters must include writer'sname they ain't making anymore of it." potential Greenway expansion for visitors. To sacrifice the last ves- more noise, more demand for
number forverification. Writers are normally limited However, under current circum- the mid-island area, preservation tiges of its natural heritage and services, more run-off and more
to one letter in a 30-day period. No poems will be pub- stances, the city need only do of wetlands that absorb run-off recreational lands to meet budget tax revenue to be misappropriated lished. Letters should be typed or printed. Not all let- nothing to retain its investment in from the city golf course and sub- shortfalls in other departments or squandered away. Hopefully,'a ters are published. Send letters to: Letters to the undeveloped recreational lands. divisions, natural refuge for hemorrhaging funds is outra- majority will agree that burning Editor, P.O. Box 766. Fernandina Beach, FL, 32035 E- Leaving the city parcels 'fallow" increasingly diminished flora and geous. Rather than contemplating our "natural heritage" in the govmail: mparnell@fbnewsleader com. provides abundant benefits. fauna on the island and (most divesture, the city should be con- ernment stove for a moments
iitsonieatfonwwsleadercomn Amongst whc r:enhanced importantly) preserving a small sidering incorporation of the unde- respite is not the solution.-

.8SA WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14.2013 NS News-Leader

CState assesses land

Determining potential for sale

Florida Department of Environ-l l
mental Protection has launched
webpage and is hosting three pm. Aug.21 in Conference Room A andB, 3900 Commonwealth Blvd., Tallahassee
......public meetings later this month 1 6-8 p.m. Aug. 22 webinar
to inform the public and accept
public comment about its .m. to p.m. Aug.23webinar
assessment of state-owned conservation land. Service, Florida Division of and market study work in order
The purpose of the meetings Historical Resources, The to determine the potential for Si ;. :is to present the scientific Nature Conservancy, Florida sale.
process used to assess conser- Natural Areas Inventory. The department welcomes vation land managed by state Florida League of Cities and public comment on the process agencies and the results of that Taahassee Leon Couny of scoring as well as the actual assessment, as well to receive Planning Department. Several land being considered for sle. Danil Ba nesfrom !: th Horda L gisatur 's dre wor edIn t ei n tve nclu d e in cosideedtinsale.
public comment This follows divisions within DEP have The Department is hosting Daniel Barnes. from. the Florida Legislature's direc- worked on this initiative, includ- three public meetings in
Nassau County's facili-- tiv to conduct an assessment of ing the Division o f August, at which time the initial
ties maintenance state-owned conservation land Environmental Assessment and list of scored sites-will be availdepartment checks for in order-to sell up to $50 million Restoration, the Division of able:
moisture at the court- of land no longer needed for Recreation and Parks, the 5-8 p.m. Aug. 21 in
house on Centre Street conservation purposes, which Division of State Lands and the Conference Room A and B,
in downtown will allow for the purchase of Florida Geological Survey. 3900 Commonwealth Blvd.,
Fernandina Beach last more valuable conservation Representatives from each Tallahassee
week. Workers spent land. agency ard no nrofitgroups 6 p.m. Aug. 22 webinar
several hours pealing "I'm profud of the technical met July 15 and .19 in a techni- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 23
openings in the exteri- work that is being done to cre- cal meeting to determine what webinar
orbrickworkin thate a scientific process to assess' criteria should be used in Additiohally, the Acquisition
property appraiser's the State of FloridA's conserva- assessing conservation land as and Restoration Council will
office. tion land," said Susan Grandin, well as what weight to give each meet at 9 a.m. Sept 12 and 13 in
Property Appraiser director of the Division of State criteria. The group of experts Conference Room A and B,
SMichael Hickox said 'Lands. "This is a great oppor- determinedthe weight of 65 cri- 3900 Commonwealth Blvd.,
people comingto the unityy to see -what. land can be teriacategoriesiincuding land's Tallahassee; to .discuss the
office last month con- soldin order to purchase even value regarding springs, lakes, process and the scoring of
mented on a foul smell more valuable .conservation rivers, the FlOridan Auifer, land.
and office workers ,- land to protect Florida's most hunting and re'reationaloppor- Following the council meet'noticed problems with valuable natural and cultural tunities, archeologicalfeatures ing, the department will host
stationery. "Papers resources.".. and marketability. regional meetings throughout
.; were moist, and glue The department is working The.department has taken the state in order'to receive

ckenvelopes with national conservation land those criteria and is running all additional comment. Those
together and thegirls nonprofit, group The Trust for state-owned conservation land meetingswill be announced on
couldn't get them. Public Land, real estate brokers through a model designed to a new webpage designed to
open," said Hickox Cushman & Wakefield as well score the land based on itscoh- keep the public informed about
"No records were .'ias collabora6ing with the Horida servati6n value. After addition i- this scientifically based assess" damaged." Fish and Wildlife Conservation al review by state agencies, the ment of state-owned land.
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77This was written by Angela would be closing, the woman injured woman "did not pur- E Shawn Jason Kubalack, convicted felon, possession of tion of probation, possession of
Daughtry of the News-Leader went to the back areawhilethe chase any alcohol, but alcohol 34,92118 Blackwood Hammock marijuana, less than 20 grams. a controlled substance.
from oral and written reports by man stood by a bookshelf was purchased for (her) by two Drive, Yulee, Aug. 1, violation of E William Christopher m Willie James Daniels, 33,
the Nassau Cdunty Sheriff's where a donation jar for Friends different patrons:" The bar- probation, driving while license Short, 30, 97161 Pirates Point Cocoa, July 29, Brevard County
Office, the City of Fernandina of the Library was located, tender also told police the suspended or revoked, habitual. Road, Yulee, July 30,-grand theft, warrant; aggravated assault with
Beach Police Department and As employees were locking woman had told her she was E Terrence Devon White, criminal use of personal infor- a firearm, possession of a
other agencies. Arrest indicates the doors, the couple left, Love not driving home, and that she 19, 45053 Luther St., Callahan, mation. firearm by a convicted felon.
suspicion ofa crime, notguilt. less told police. It was then that thought the woman had left for July 31, sale and delivery of mar- E Tabatha Marie Patton, 31, 0 William Daniel Lee, 48,
Sshe noticed the donation jarwas the night ijuana. 23800 Flora Parke Blvd., Fer- 86122 Whippoorwill Place,
Credt card fraud off the shelf and on the floor The woman was listed in sta- Bleys Marcus Kelley, 29, nandina Beach, July 30, viola- Yulee, July 27, violation of
A local man was arrested where the man had been stand- ble condition at the time of the Punta Gorda, July 31, failure to tion of probation/possession of parole.
July 30 after an Amazon credit ing. The lid was removed and all report. appear, Nassau Countywarrant, a controlled substance and DUI. E Seamus Staveley-O'Carrcard was opened in his landla- the dollar bills were missing, or possession of less than 20 0 David Adam Dyer, 48, roll, 21, Jacksonville, July 27.
dy's name and $1,800 worth of about $25, the report stated. grams of marijuana, possession 96180 Durden Road, Yulee, July, out-of-state warrant.
goods charged to the account, According to the report, A resident called sheriff's of drug pa-aphernalia. 30, aggravated assault with a E Susan Renee Kirkland,
according to a police report. there was no video surveillance, deputies July 30.after she found Anthony William Gerhold, deadly weapon without intent 41, Jacksonville, July 27, posAYulee woman reported to as the camera system was not a gun on her property while 41,1447 Holly Lake Road West, to kill, domestic battery, resist- session of a controlled sub-'
sheriff's deputies she had working. The couple was doing yard work, according to a July 30, three counts of schemes ing or obstructing an officer' stance without a prescription,
received a letter telling her she described by Loveless as a tall Nassau County Sheriff's Office to defraud, two counts of without violence. DUl.
would be getting an Amazon white woman about 28-30 years report. exploitation of the elderly. N Mandy Elizabeth Hagen, M Christopher Douglas
credit card she had requested. old with lrown hair and wearing The-woman, who lives on E Russell Gene Companion, 33, 96273 Ridgewood Circle, Brown, 37, Jacksonville, July 25,
Theaccount, which she did not a long black dress, and white CR 108, brought police to an 31, 85373 Harts Road, Yulee, Apt 2107, Fernandina Beach, sale of marijuana.
open herself, was activated April man around 5 feet, 10 inches area at the south end of her July 30, violation of probation, July 29, aggravated battery by a E Benjamin Robert Marquis
13 and closed April 22 and had tall, wearing a long-sleeved property where the pistol was sale of cannabis. person detained in a prison or Jr., 20, 45050 Brinkley St.,
a credit limit of $2,400. Charges red checkered shirt and gray locatedin a wooded area. E Robert Louis Pedersen III, jail facility. Callahan, July 25, armed robamounted to $1,845, according pants, with sandy blond hair and According to the police 25,31688 CR 121, Hilliard,July N Damian Kenneth Olive, bery, grand theft.
to the report. Deputies conse- freckles. report, the pistol appeared to 30, possession ofafirearm by a 37, Jacksonville, July 29, viola- adaughtry@fbnewsleadercom
quently sent a subpoena to have been there "some dura-.
Amazon to obtain information Intoxcated 0 tion of time," because it was coyabout the person who opened Nassau deputies responded ered with debris and was beginthe account.' to a call around 10:20 p.m. on ning to rust.
Upon receiving the docu- July 29 from Hammerhead The gun was identified as a
ments in late June, deputies Beach Bar, 2045 S. Fletcher .380 caliber with a high serial
found the suspect, William Ave., regarding a woman who number. The magazine held
Short,' 30,. had opened an had fallen 10 feeton the outside. eight .380 caliber bullets, with
account using the victim's infor- stairs, according to a report one in the chambe, but because After Rebate
mation, which allowed him to The woman, 32, was being of fthe rust it was inoperable,
open a secondary card in his tended by paramedics by the according to the report. FUELER PAC AG E Qualit hr
name, the report said. time policearried, accord'i ti. A dhgck with the Nassau
time rpoc r i 'e ... MgnySirf'sOfc cri
According to the report, the report County Sheriff's Office com- O Ch
Shortis the ictim'stenant aid Witnesses said the woman munications.showed the pistol Ch ng
had the purchases shipped to arrived at the bar at around 1 was not stolen and had no "hit O il Filter Change
the address'where he resides p.min., then left and returned confirmations," according to the a
with heron Pirates Point Road. hours later. report oBrake Inspection
Short was arrested and According to the report, the .Police filled out a firearms
charged With grand theft and woman had told a friend at, the trace form and the pistol was G Belts & Hoses Check "
criminal use of personal infor- bar she was going out for some cleared and submitted to an evi- O n otorcraf
mation, both felonies: air, but did, not return. Abar-'; dence locker. Tire Rotation
tender told police he was told.a PTUS B a e s
Librarytheft woman had flen 0feent Fdonyarrests Baery Test Tesed Tough MAX
According-to a city police outside stairs, and when he .. m Alton NealBear, 33, Doug- and PLUS Batteries
report, an unidentified couple' went to investigate he found her las, Ga.,Aug. 4, felonybattery or Fluid Top-Off nl miin. C .. I
allegedly stole money from a unconscious but breathing. He domestic battery by strangula- on ,jS 6o wssasu.s
!Friends of the-Librafy collec-. waited with her until Fire- ti6n. l i t Is n: ,, i s . __!tionjar atthe Fernandina Beach Rescue arrived, according to W Jamiq David White, 45,
;library July 30. the report Waycross,,Ga.'Aug.4,violation
SThe report states Janet Love- The injured woman was of probatiop/battery on a law I I
less, assistant director of the transported to Baptist Medical enforcement officer, Nassau library, told police that on July .Center Nassau and then to UF Countywarrant w 'p ord e
'30, a man and awoman walked Health (formerly.Shands) in mWilbert Leon Morris'Jr.,
into the library about 7 minutes Jacksonville, according tothe 18, Jacksonville, Aug. 2, armed
beforeits6 p~m. closing. report robbery, Nassau County war- '' '
Loveless told police that, Another bartender later rant, attempted kidnapping, .p. .
after being told the library reported to police that the Nassau Countywarrant.


,Nil EOOF AP N t eeds accom- tu rr, in acconmogatjna t- part accommodation in order to OF BEGINNING?... Nb TICE I 4-DLYSAFERTHE Plaintiff, whQe o6 r, bpf e
1 FR TAX DEED mo in order to particl- trheSa fFlda pateirlihis proceeding shall ,participate In this proceeding, ALSO KNOWN ASTRACT 10, DATE I SEVCE OF A COPY September '6, 2013 ade
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pate In this proceeding, you Unless such certificate(s) contact the: Indivldual or you are entitled at no costto EDDINGTON SUBDIVISION OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. which Is within thirty (30) da s CATALINA TAX CO LLC US are entitled, at no costto you, shall be redeemed dccordlng agency sending notice not you,to the provision of certain (UNRECORDED). All other creditors of the after publicatlIon of this Notle BANK 'to the provisionofcertainassis- to law,thepropertydescrlbed laterthanseven(7)days'prior assistance.Pleasecontactthe TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- decedent and other persons in the Fernandlna Beach
The holderof the following tance., Please contact the in such certificate or certifi- to the proceeding at the ADA' Coordinator at crtin- TAIN 2006 CAVALIER DOU- having claims or demands News-Leaderand file the ori certifcate(s) has filed sad cer- ADA Coordinator at (904) 548 cates will be sold to the address given on notice. or (904),630-2564 BLEWIDE- MANUFACTURED against decedent's estate, Inal with the derk of this Co6it tiflcate(s)forataxcdeed tobe 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Highest Bidder at the MAIN Telephone 904-225-0331. at least 7 days before your HOME : SERIAL NUMBERS Including unmatured, contin- either before service on fIssuedthereon.Thecertificate before your scheduled court ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Bill Leeper, As Sherff of scheduled courtappearance, BL06GAO213210A AND' gent or unliquldated'claims, Plaintiffs attorney or Immeil-.. number(s) and year of appearance, or Immediately COUNTY. JUDICIAL ANNEX, Nassau County, Florida or Immediately upon receiv- 'BLO6GAO213210OB must file their clams with.this ately thereafter; otherwise
,issuance, the description of the upon receiving this.notifica 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, 4t 08-07-14-21-28-2013 Ing this notification If the time has been filed against you Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER default wil be entered against property, and the name(s) in tion if the time befoe the FL on the 3rd .day of 1660 beforeihe scheduled appear- and you are required to serve THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUL- you for the relief- demanded
which it Is assessed are as fol- scheduled appearance Is less September 2013,.betweenthe ------ ance is less than7 days; if you a copy.of ydur written defens- CATION OF THIS NOTICE. In the complaint.
lows; than 7 days if you are hearing hours of 11:00 am. and 2:00 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS are heating or voice Impalred, es, if any,to it on DOUGLASit. Alf CLAIMS NOT SO FILED INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILI- File Number: 2013-023-TD or volce Impaired, call 711. p.m.The ClerkofCourt's Office NAME 1.AW- ca711 .AHM, PA.,,Plalhtiff's attorney, WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. TIES NEEDING AREASONABLE
Certificate Number: 3712 At 07-24-31-2013 & 08-07-14- Policy is to hold the sale at Pursuant to Sectildn 865.09, 21-08-07-14-2013 "Whose address is 12425 28th- The date of first publication of ACCOMMODATION TO PARPargel Number: 2013 11:30a.m. Fl6rida Statutes 1665 Street North, Suite 200, St. this notice lsAugust 7,2013. TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
00-00-31-1800-0193-0030 1614 JOHN A.CRAWFORQ NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVENthat '-- Petersburg, FL 33716, on or dJean C. Coker SHOULD CONTACT COURT
Wear of issuance: 2011 ---NASSAU COUNTY the undersigned, desiring to NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION before-September 13, ;2013 or 6622 Southpoint Drive South, ACCOMMODATION TO PARDescription of Property: BLOCK N6TICE OF APPLICATION CLERK OF COURT engage in business under the Atlantc Self Storage PUBLIC within thlity (30)daysafterthe Suite 160 TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
193 LOT 3 INQR.,1654/1891 CITY FOR TAX DEED RHODA GOODWIN, fictitious name of "Blue Rose AUCTION will be on August 29, firstt pubildatlon 6f this Notlce of Jacksonville, Forida 32216 SHOULD CONTACT COURT
OF FDNA BEACH, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That DEPUTY CLERK Baliava" located 605 Street, 2013 at 10:00 AM location:, Action,. arnd file the. original Personal Representative ADMINISTRATION*NOT LATER
Assessed To: EARLS NAGLE IV SUNSHINE. STATE CERT III, LLLP If you are person with dis- inthe County of Nassau, in the 464017 ESR 200Yulee FL32097 with the Clerk of this Courtot Jean C.Coker THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR All ofthe above property is BANKUNITEDTRUSTEE abiltywhoneeds any accom- COlty, of Fernanina Beach Unit 109- Elizabeth Monroe; 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, FL Florida Bar No. 126623 TO THE PROCEEDING AT 191 located in Nassau Couhty, In The holder of the following modation In order to particl- rlda; 32034 Intendsto regis- Unit 123C- Dayton Richo; Unit 32097,either beforeserviceon Email: NASSAU PLACE, YULEE, FL the State of Florida. certifcate(s)hastfledsaid cer- pate in this proceeding, you ter the said name wlth"the 307- Ashley Turbeville. Unit Pldintiff.'s attorney or Immedi- 32097, (904-321-5700). IF
U" nleis sdich cettificate(s) tflcate(s) fora tax deed to be are entitled, at no cost to you, Division of Corporations of the 936B-WlliarrfShealey ately thereafter; otherwise, a Jean C. Coker RA. NOTICE TO THE INDIVIDUAL OF shall be redeemed according issued thereon.Thecertifcae/ tothe provision of certain assl- RFlorlda Department of State, The above are delinquent defaldtwilbe entered against 6622 Southpoint Drive South, A DEPOSITION, COURT DATE, ,to law,the property described number(s) and year of", tance. Please contact the Tallahassee, Florida. In rent and under.FLStatutes you for the relief demanded Suite 160. SUBPOENA, ETC., IS LESS THAN
in such'certificate or certifl- Issuance, the descriptionofthe ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- Dated at Fernandina Beach, 83.806thecontentof their units in the complaint petition.' Jacksonville, Florida 32216 SEVEN (7) DAYS, THENTHE INDIcates will be sold to' the ,property, and the name(s) In 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Florida,this 8th day of August will be sold at public sale with WlTNESS my hand and Telephone: (904) 296-1100 VIDUAL SHOULD CONTACT Highest Bidder at the MAIN 'Which It is assessed are asfol- before your scheduled court 2013. "a 10% buyer's premium. The seal of the Court on this 23rd, Attorney forPersonal COURT ADMINISTRATION AS ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU lows: appearance, or Immediately Suzanne B. Rimbert above units contain house- day of July, 2013. Representative. SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER
!COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, File Number: 2013-025-TD upon receiving this notifica- Tea & Honey, Inc. hold goods unless otherwise John A. Crawford 2t 08-07-14-2013 RECEIVINGTHAT NOTICETELE76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, Certificate Number: 360,4 tiori If the time. before the It 08-14-2013 noted.AVehiclesare soldAS-' Clerk of the CIrcuit Court 1667 PHONE.904-321-5700; OR IF
FL on the 27th day of August, Parcel Number: scheduled appearance is less 1681- IS PARTS ONLY Terms of sales By: Is/ Megan Sawyer ------ HEARING IMPAIRED
2013, between the hours of 00-00-31-1800-0029-0110 than7 l-ys ifyou are hearing -are CASH ONLY at the end of Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUITCOURT WITNESS my hand and the
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Year of Issuance: 2011 or voice impaired, call 711. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE each auction. AMERICANjS WITH DISABIU- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN seat of this 29 day of July, 2013. Clerkof qourt's Office Policy Is Description of Properly: BLOCK 4t 07-31-2013 & FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 2t 08-07-14-2013 TIES ACT (ADA) NOTICE: INDI- AND FOR JOHN A.CRAWFORD
-to hld the saleat 11:30 .m. 29 LOT 11 IN OR 924/953 CIlY 08-07-14-21-2013 THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN 1661 VIDUALS WITH DISABIUTIES" NASSAUCOUNIY, FLORIDA As Clerk of theCourt
abliltywho needs any accom- Unless such certificate(s) CASE NO.: 2012-SC-000576 YORK AS TRUSTEE ON OF THE 45-2013-CA-000053 (904) 630-2564; OR,.IF HEAR- ESTATE OF SARAS.ROBERTSON NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
pate in this prodeedlng, you to lawthe property described SUPPLY COMPANY CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED Plaintiff, 8771(TTD); OR 1-800-955-8770 DEVISEES, GRANTEES:ASSIGN- FILE NO.: 13-CP-169
,areentitled,afnobosttoyou, in such certificate or certifi- A Florida corporation. CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-17, v. (V) VIA FLORIDA. RELAY SER- EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, DIVISION: A
tothepovison ofcertainasls- cates will be sold to the Plaintiff, Plantiff, TONI LYNN BROEKEMAA/K/A VICE. TRUSTEES OF SARA S. ROBERT- IN RE: ESTATE OF PETER M.
tance. Please contact the Highest Bidder at the MAIN vs. vs. TONILBROEKEMAA/K/A 2t08-07-14-2013 SON, DECEASED: JAMES J. BALBONI
4600 press 0, at least 7 days COUNTY JUDICIAL. ANNEX, Corporation, and DONAED E. Defendant(s). Defendants. -.---- --ART JR.; MORGAN -STANLEY NOTICETO.CREDITORS
appearancee, or immediately FL on the 3rd day of loIntly and severally,. TO: JESSICA BARBER, HEIR: EU- TO: MICHAEL EDWARD We will sell or otherwise dis- 'CEDAR HAVEN HOMEOWNERS estate of PETER M. BALBONL
tipon receiving this notifica- September, 2013,between the Defendant, JAH BARBER, HEIR; UNKNOWN ANDERSON A/K/A MICHAEL E. pose of the contents of the ASSOCIATION, INC., deceased, File Number 13-CPition if the time before the hours of 11:00 am. and 2:00 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAEE HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ANDERSON;and od unknown following units to satisfy the UNKNOWNTENANT(S) IN POS- 169, is pending in the Circuit scheduledappeararibeisless p.m.lheClerkofCourt'sOllce NOTiCElsherebygiventhat ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, parties claiming by, through, deinquentstoragellenplaced 'SESSION#1 and#2,etal., Court for Nassau County, than7 days if youarehearing Policy is to hold the sale at. -pursuanttoaWrltof Execution UENORS, TRUSTEESOF HENRY under or against the above in accordance withthe state Defendant(s). Florida, Probate Division, the or voice impaired, call 711. 11:30a.m. Issued In the County Court of BARBER, DECEASED named Defehdant who is not- of Florida Statue 83.806. NOTICE OF ACTION address of which is Nassau
d4t 07-24-31-2013 & JOHN A. CRAWFORD Lake County, Rorida, on the Whose residence(s) is/are known to be dead or alive, 1012 Shara Lynn Svoboda TO: ESTATE OF SARA S. ROBERT- County Courthouse, 76347
8-07-14-2013 NASSAU COUNIY 26th day of June. 2013, inthe unknown. whether said unknown parties General HouseholC Goods SON, DECEASED Veterans' Way Suite456,Yulee,
1613 CLERKOF COURT cause wherein CITY ELECTRIC YOUARE HEREBY required to claim as heirs. devisees, 1129 Latasha Lynn'Cooner (Last Known Address) Florida 32097.The names and
-- ------ RHODA GOODWIN, SUPPLY COMPANY, a Rorida file your answer or.written grantees, assignees. lienors, General Household Goods 2720 LAKE DRIVE addresses of the personal repNOTICE OF APPLICATION DEPUTY CLERK corporationPlaintlff,and BOSE defenses, if any, in the above creditors, trustees, spouses, or 1153 Rondo Lucille Fouts HILUARD, FL 32046 resentative and the personal
FOR TAX DEED If you are a person wilh ds- ELECTRIC, INC., a Florlda car- proceedingwith the Clerk of other claimants General Household Goods UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, representative's attorney are
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN that ablitywho needscmyaccom- portion, and DONALD E. thisCourt,andtoserve acopy Current Residence Sale will be conducted at GRANTEES,ASSIGNEES,CREDI- set forthbelow.
tvTAG CAZ CREEK Fl LLC modation in order to particl- WALKER jointly and severally, thereof upon the plaintiff's Unknown, but whose last AA Stow-A-Way Storage, TORs, UENORS, TRUSTEES OF ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTIThe holder of the following pate in this proceeding, you Defendant, being case num- attorney, Law Offices of Daniel known address was: 463915 State Road 200,Yule, Sara S. Robertson, Deceased FIED THAT certlcate(s) has filed sald cer- are entitled, at no costtoyou, ber 2012-SC-000576, in said C. Consuegra,9204 King Palm 22303 CREWS RD., HILARD. Florida 32097 at 10:00 am on (Last Known Address) All creditors of the deceificate(s)for ataxdeedto be tothe provisionof certainassis- court, LBILLLEEPER.asSheriff of Drive, Tampa. FL 33619-1328, FL32046 August 23, 2013. Open door 2720 LAKE DRIVE dentand other personshaving issuedthereon.Thecertificate tance. Please contact the Nassau County, Florlda have telephone (813)915-8660.fac- 2784 SCOTT CIR JACK- sale, cash only. A cleaning HIWARD, FL 32046 claims or demands against number(s) and year of. ADA Coordinator at (904)548- levied uporall the rights, title smile(813)915-0559,withintir- SONVILLE FL 32223 depositwilbetaken.(904) 225- (Current Residence decedentsestateonwhoma tauac,the description of the 4600 press 0, at least 7 days andinterest ofthe Defendant, ty days of the first publication YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an 1940. This sle is open to the Unknown) if living, and ALL copy of this notice is served property, and the name(s) in before your scheduled court Bose Bectric,lnc.and Donld ofthis Notice,the nature of this action to foreclose a mort- public. OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, must file their claims with this which it is assessed are as fol- appearance, or immediately E.Wdlke ir and to the follow- proceeding being a suit for gage on the following prop- 2t 08-07-14-2013 including, if a named Court WITHIN THE LATER OF ows: upon receiving thIs notlfica- I g described personal prop- foreclosure of mortgage erty in Nassau County Florida, 1673 Defendant is deceased, the THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
Fie Number: 20130124-TD tion if the time before the erty, to-wit against .the 'following to-wit -------'persond representatives, the OF FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
Certitcate Number: 118 scheduled appearance is less 2006 Toyota Tundra SRS/dou- described properly, to wit A PARCEL OF LAND SITUAT- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE surviving spouse, heirs, NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER Parcel Number; than 7 days If you are heatrng ble cab/4 door pickup LOT 41, ISLAND BLUFF SUB- ED IN THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT devisees, grantees, creditors, THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
08-1S-23-0000-0001-0020 orvolceimpared.cdl711. VIN#5TBDT44126S525191 DIVISION,ACCORDINGTO THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- INAND FOR NASSAU and all parties climing an COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
:Year of Issuance: 2011 4t07-31-2013 & I shed offer this property for THE PIAT THEREOF RECORD- TION 15, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH COUNTY. FLORIDA interest by, through, under or THEM.
Descnptionof Property: PTOF 08-07-14-21-2013 sdeatthefrontofBid 101 ED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE(S) RANGE 23 EAST. NASSAU PROBATE DIVISION against that Defendant, and All other creators of the
$1/2 OF NEl/4 OF NE 1/4 IN 1629 oft he NassauCountySherff's 92OF THE PUBUC RECORDS COUNTY FLORIDA SAID PAR- FILE NO.: 2013-CP-70 dl claimants, persons.or par- decedent and persons havrOR 1276/1240 ------ Office, 76001 Bobby Moore OF NASSAU COUNTY, CEL BEING MORE PARTICU- DIVISION: B ties, natural or corporate, or ing cldams or demands against
Assessed To NOTICE OF APPLICATION Circle. Yulee, FL Nassau FLORIDA. LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- IN RE: ESTATE OF JACKTANIS whose exact legal status is the decedent's estate must
'ARCADIA G MCCAFIFERY FOR TAX DEED County Florldg on September If you fail to fife your answer LOWS: a/k/a CYRIL JACKTANIS, IL unknown, claiming under any file their claims with this Court
JEFFREYMCCAFFERY NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENThat 52013atl0:00AMarassoon or written defenses n the COMMENCEATTHENORTH- Deceased. of the above named or WITHINTHREE'MONTHSAFTER
All of the above property is CATAUNA TAX CO LLC US .thereafter as possible. I wit above proceeding, with the WEST CORNER OF SAID SEC- NOTICE TO CREDITORS described Defendants THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCAlocated in Nassau County, in BANK offer for sale all of the said ClerkofthisCourt, aidtoserve TION 15 AND RUN N 89 oThe administratlonofthe YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an TION OF THIS NOTICE.
theStateofFlorida. Theholderofthefolowing Defendant'sBoseBedric.Inc acopythereof uontheplan- DEGREES42'l0EALONGTHE Estate of JACKTANIS, a/k/a action for Foreclosure of ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDS
Unless such certificate(s) certificate(s)hasfied said cer- and Donad E Wdker's right, tiff's attorney. Law Offices of NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION CYRIL JACK TANIS, IL deceas- Mortgage on the following NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVbe redeemed according titfcate(s) for otar deed to be title, and interest In the afore- Dael C.Consuegra 9204 King 15,A DISTANCE OF 1316.2 FEET ed. Fle No.: 2013-CP-70, who property: ER BARRED'
o lathe property described Issued thereon.The certificate said person propertyatpup- Pdm Drive. Tampa FL 33619- TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER dld on February 26, 2013, is LOT 12, OF CEDAR HAVEN r The date of first,Publicatonof Tn such certificate or certfi- numbers) and year of 11c auction and will sell the 1328, telephone (813) 915- OF SAID NW 1/4,THENCE RUN pending in the Circult Court UNITONEACCORDINGTOTHE this Notice is August7th,2013. cates will be sold to the issuance,thedescriptionofthe same,subjectotaxedprior 8660,facsimile (813)915-0559 SO[ DEGREES 01' E. ALONG for Nassau County, Florida, PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED Attorney for Personal
Highest Biader at the MAIN property and the name(s) in liers enrcunbrncesandJudg- within thirty days of the f,-st THE EAST UNE OFSAJD NW 1/4 Probate Divsionthe address of IN PLAT BOOK 6. PAGE 242, OF Representative:.
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU which It is assessed areas fol- ments, if any, to the highest publicaton of thM Notice, a OF THE NW 1/4. A DISTANCE which is Nassau County THE PUBLIUC RECORDSOFNAS- KATHRYN KNEE Esquire tCOUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, lows: and best bidder for CASH IN defaultwil beenteredagonst OF 15.60FEETTOTHEPOINTOF Courthouse, 76347 Veterans SAUCOUNTY, FLORIDA. Rorida Bar No.: 849571
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, FIe Number:2013-026-TD HANDor CERTIFIEDCASHIER'S you for the relief demanded BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN- WayYulee, Florida 32097. A/K/A: 2720 LAKE DRIVE KATHRYN KNEE PA
FL, on the 27th day of August, CertificateNurnber: 3796 CHECK, plus Rorida ses tax If in the Complaint or Petrion. UE S00 DEGREES 01' E ALONG All creditors of the dece- HilUARD, FL 32046 1027 South 81h Street
.2013, between the hours of Parcel Number: appropriate. The, moneys DATED at NASSAU County SAID EAST LINE 167.95 FEET; dentand other personshavng A/K/A: 45095 R JONES Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
11.00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.The 00-00-31-1800-0279-0272 received through the levy on this 26 day of Juty,2013. THENCE RUN S 63 DEGREES claims or demands against ROAD, CALLAHAN, FL 32011 (904)491-1781
Cerk of Court's Office Policy is Year of Issuance: 2011 sale wil be pid as prescribed John A. Crawford 15'30" W. 474.94 FEET TO THE decedent's estate, including has been filed against you Personl Representative tohold the sale ot11:30a.m. Description of Property: BLOCK tyrFla.Stat.56.27. The vehicle Clerk of Circuit Court EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE unmatured, contingent or and you are required to serve PHILUP BALBONI .JO-IN A.CRAWFORD 279 S1/2 OF LOTS 27-30 IN OR may be viewed at Glenn's By /s/ Megan Sawye- OF CREWS ROAD, THENCE RUN unliquidated claims on whom acopy of your written defens- 629 Leisure
"NASSAUCOUNTY 1242/1807 CITY OF FDNA Paint & Body Shop,552026 US DeoutyClerk N 25 DEGREES 18 30'"W. acopyofthisnoticeisserved es, If any, to it, on Brian L Venice, Florida 43285
"CLERK OF COURT BEACH Hwy 1, Hillard, Florida904-845- Americans worth Dsobl"tes', ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT must file their claims with this RosderEsquire,POPKIN & ROS- 2t 08-07-14-2013
RHODAGOODWIN, AssessedTo: 7437. Inaccordancewiththe Act(ADA) OF WAY UNE. 150.15 FEET Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ALER, PA., 1701 West Hillsboro 1668
DEPUTY CLERK LOUIS WTODD EST Anerican with Disabilities Act, If you are a person wth a THENCE RUN N 63 DEGREES 15 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Boulevard, Suite 400 Deer field ----..
lyou are.a person with dis- All of the above property is persons needing a specii d usolhty who neecs a n-y 30E546.40 FEETTOTHE POINT THE FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS Beach, FL33442.,Atorney for Continued On Next Page

WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14,2013 NEWS News-Leader

COURT REPORT 'al offers inmate programs

The following report was pleaded not guilty to two
compiled by Angela Daughtry, counts of possession of a conNews-Leader staff from the trolled substance. For the News-Leader
Aug. 8 court docket of Circuit 0 Vincent Joseph Jones Jr.
CourtJudge Robert M. Foster pleaded guilty to two counts of The Nassau County Sheriffs
0 Tammie Renee Boyett saleordeliveryofcocaineand Office is tasked with housing
pleaded not guilty to sale, was adjudicated guilty. He was individuals who have been senmanufacture or delivery of a sentenced to two years in a tenced by the court to serve up
controlled substance. stateprison.on each count, to to one year in the detention
0 A sentencing hearing of run concurrently, with 'credit facility. A number of these /
Aug. 22 was set for David Earl for time served, and ordered inmates are repeat offenders.
Campbell, charged with list- to pay a total of $1,036 in court who come in to the criminal jused chemical with intent to costs and $200 to the State tice system over and over again.
manufacture a controlled sub- Attorney's Office. The goal is to provide them
stance. 1 Jeffery Earl Kohlen- with the necessary skills and
E Timothy J. Cheatham berger admitted to a violation confidence so they can lead.a
pleaded not guilty to failure of probation being served for better life outside of jail and not
to register as a sexual offend- domestic. battery and was burden the system by winding
er. adjudicated guilty. Probation back behind bars.
0 Christopher Michael was revoked and terminated Sheriff Bill Leeper had's
Collard admitted to a violation and he was ordered to pay authorized a new program
of probation being served for $1,288.56 in outstanding costs, designed just for women called
two counts of possession of a with the remainder of money ELITE (Education Leads into
controlled substance and was owed converted to a civil judg- Excellence) to help those indiadjudicated guilty. Probation ment. He paid $300 in open viduals become productive SUBM'ITED PHOTOS
was reinstated with the origi- court to the Department of members of society. ELITE's Claudette Drummond and Maybelle Kirkland Brown deliver faith-based services to
nal terms and conditions, with Corrections. mission is to assist offend- female inmates, above. Below, Michael Sprovtsoff explains to male inmates the importhe special condition that he 0 MonicaTerri McCauley ers/ex-offend ers to success- tance of staying sober.
must complete an in-patient pleaded guilty to battery of an fully re-integrate back into the
treatment program at the emergency medical care community with the strength
Salvation A'my. He must' provider and was adjudicated of character, education and
remain in custody until a bed' guilty. She was not prosecuted training to serve as productive
becomes available, on charges of domestic bat- members of society who will
N Jesse Eugene Duncan tery and disorderly intoxica- not re-offend.
III pleaded not guilty to felony tion. She was sentenced to 60 ELITE's vision is to provide
battery 'and tampering in a days in Nassau County Jail services, such as mentoring,
second-degree felony pro- with credit for time served educational and employability
ceeding. since June 26 and ordered to skills opportunities, job train0 Joshua Dale Gibson pay $418 in court costs, $352 ing and placement services and
pleaded not guilty to posses- in surcharges, $150 to the emotional/social counseling to
sion of cannabis with intent to Public Defender's Officeand address the multiple and laysell, deliver, manufacture or $100 to the'State Attorney's ered issues of inmates and expurchase and' possession of Office. offenders so they may succontrolled substance para- E William Christopher cessfully change their lives and
phernalia. Short pleaded not guilty to reduce their rate of recidivism.
N Ronnie Lee Haas plead- using another's ID without At the present time there are
ed not guilty to sale or deliv- consent- $5,000 or more, and limited assistance/services
ery of cocaine, fraudulent use of a credit card. 'available for Nassau County
E Brenda Sue Johnson adaughtryl/iewsleadercom female inmates and ex-offenders for helping them overcome
the issues that led to their
You've heard parents say, .offenses and to prevent their
'Nothing works with My kid!"' re-offending upon release. when possible to students seek- The office is currently work- "By offering training andELITE's program's goals are ing to earn their GED. ing to provide GED classes to educational opportunities to
to offer intake assessment and The Nassau County male inmates once qualified inmates while incarcerated at'
ill planning, education, career and Sheriff's Office also offers other volunteer instructors are locat- the Nassau County detention'
employment, goal planning, programs for its male inmates ed. facility, we hope to provide
23 ,-ME- 1B counseling, parenting classes, at the detention facility, taught The Nassau County Jail staff some skills that will allow themWhere Parents & Kids Learn to Survive substance abuse education, by community volunteers. In. also provides other training to be productive citizens, avoid
support groups and employa- addition to faith-based church opportunitieswithin the deten- returning to their former
The Family Farm International bility skills workshops. The pro- services, these programs are tion facility like food prepara-" lifestyles and most of all lessen
P.O. Box 60722 Jacksonville, FL 32236 gram will also provide General Alcoholics Anonymous, The tion, cooking, carpentry, paint- the possibility of returning to
(904) 838-9689 fax: (904) 685-2187 Edicational Development Godly Man and Courage to ing, auto detailing and jail, which will reduce the cost .~rpsA (GED) tuition and testing fees Change Program. landscaping. to taxpayers," said Leeper.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Space # M31 '2t O8-07-14-2013'. being foreclosed herein, described propry Is: On the MUST FILE THEIR CLAIMS WITH Is also available at NUMBER 200 AND 10 FEET EAST
IN AND FOR NASSAU SpCce 4 ET.1i2, ... ...' that on.actiontfo foreclose a west side of Seminole Avenue. PERIS'SET FORTH IN 733.702 9AND11OF
CASE NO.: 2012 CA Space #A2 AND FOR property: and 00-00-30-0740-0070-0050. NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- EX-OFFICIO CLERK PLAT BOOK O AT PAGE 17 OF
TION, a Delaare corporation Shanito Nadra Williams FILE NUMBER: TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH. RANGE from Open Rural (OR) / first publication of thls Notice is BOARD DF COUNTY THIS IRON STAKE RUN NORTH
authorized to transact bus!- Space # H1-2-3 2013-CP-000183 25 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY Residential, Single-Family August 14th, 2013. COMMISSIONERS 18 DEGREES 30 MINUTES WEST
Plaintiff,. All items in storage contain IN RE: ESTATE OF MICHAEL P 10 AND PARTLY IN LOT 27 OF Single Family 2 (RS-2). Attorney for Personal It 08-14-2013 AN IRON STAKE ON THE SOUTH
vs. household teams unless oth- GORMAN, EAST CALLAHAN SUBDIVISION, This application Is filed by: Representative 1;683 RIGHT-OF-WAY OF THE
PRESTON T. DESSELBERGER, JR. erwise mentioned. Deceased. AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK John E. and Ann R. FBN. 88690 ---------- SEABOARD AIRLINE RAILROAD.
'OF PRESTON T. DESSELBERGER, 1672 The administration of the LIC RECORD OF NASSAU Inc., owners and Gillette and Fernandina Beach FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DEGREES 53 MINUTES EAST
-JR. 'estate of MICHAEL P GOR- COUNTY, FLORIDA AND BEING Associates. Inc.. agent. Florida 32034 IN ANDFOR ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT-OFDefendant IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE MAN, deceased, whose date FURTHER DESCRIBED BY METES Al Interested parties are (904) 261-9292 NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA WAY OF SAID RAILROAD A DISCLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, of death was June 30,2013, is AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS: Invited to attend the public CLYDE CLAYTON HANNAH, JR FILE NO. 2013-CP-204 TANCE OF 459.1 FEET TO AN
NOTICE IS GIVEN that in IN AND FOR pending in the Circuit Court BEGINNING ATTHE SOUTHEAST, hearings and to be heard. Personal Representative DIVISION: B IRON STAKE ON THE NORTH
accordance with the Plaintiff's NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA for Nassau County Florida, CORNER OF SAID SECTION 28 Copies of the Application and 55193 White Oak Place IN RE: ESTATE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE ROAD
FinalJudgment of Foreclosure CIVIL DIVISION Probate Division the address AND GO NORTH 00DEGREES supporting information are. Yulee, FL 32034 ERIN CRANFORD WILLIAMS. NUMBER200,.THIS STAKE BEING
entered on In the above- CASE NO.: 2013-CA-68 of which is 76347 Veterean's 57'00"WEST ALONG THE EAST- available for inspection Irn the 2t08-14-21-2013 Deceased. ABOUT 242 FEET WEST OF CENstyled cause I will sell to the JPMORGAN CHASE BANK Way. Yulee, Florida 32097. The ERLY LINE OF SECTION 28 FOR office of the Nassau County 1679 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TER OF A DIRT ROAD WHICH
highest and best bidder for NATIONALASSOCIATION, names and addresses of the 1315._00 FEET TO SOUTHEAST Growth Management ---------- TO ALL PERSONS HAVING LEADS NORTH FROM STATE
cash on August 29, 2013 at Plaintiff. personal representative and CORNER OF LOT 9 OF SAID Department, 96161 Nassau IN THE CIRCUITCOURT, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ROAD 200 TO THE HOME OF
-11:30 am (EST), at NASSAU vs. the personal representative's EAST CALLAHAN SUBDIVISION Place, Yulee, FL 32097. IN AND FOR AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE MR. LH. HIGGINBOTHAM;
County Courthouse: ZULLY MARGARITA VERGEL attorney are set forth below. THENCE GO SOUTH 89 'Comments may also be NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA Youarehereby notifiedthat THENCE RUN IN A WESTERLY
Lot7,Block8,SHEFFIELDVIL- A/K/AZULLY M.VERGELA/K/A If you, have been served DEGREES03'00WESTALONG directed in writing to the CASE NO.: II-CA-678 the Summary Aaministration ALONG THE CURVE OF THE
LAGE according to the Plat ZULLY VERGE HERON ISLES withacopy of this notice and THE SOUTH UNE'OF LOTS 9 AND Growth Management SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUITY, of the estate of ERIN CRAN- NORTH tRIGHT-OF-WAY OF thereof, as recorded in Plot OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.: you have any claim or 10 FPR 972.50 FEET TO THE Department, emalled to ogre- INC., formerlyAMERICAN GEN- FORD WILLIAMS, deceased, STATE ROAD NO. 200'A DISBook 5, Page(s) 28 and 29, of UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- demand against decedent's SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT, or ERA. HOME EQUITY, INC., whose date of decth was July TANCE OF 453 FEET, TO THE the Public Records of Nassau SESSION OF THE SUBJECT estate, even If that claim Is 10 FOR 1012.81 FEET FOR THE received by 'telephone at Plaintiff. 10, 2013, is pending in the IRON STAKE AT THE POINT OF
County, Florida. PROPERTY, unmatured, contingent or POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE (904) 491-7328. All comments vs. Circuit Court for Nassau BEGINNING. THE SEABOARD
TOGETHER WITHthatcertain Defendants. uhliquidated, youmustfileybur LAND HEREIN CONVEYED; will become a part of the CONNIE WARD, etc.,etal.. County, Florida, Probate AIRLINE RAILROAD HAS A
2009 Nooility Kingswood 52'x NOTICE OF claim with the court ON OR THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 00 record in this matter. Defendants. DMson B the address of which RIGHT-OF-WAY OF 120 FEET,
28' double wide manufac- FORECLOSURE SALE BEFORE THE LATER OF A DATE DEGREES57'00 WEST ALONG This hearing will oe con- NOTICE OF SALE is 76347 VeteransWoyYulee. FL STATE ROAD NO, 200 HAS A
tured home with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE THEWEST LINE OF LOT 10AND ducted as a quasi-Judicial NotlceIsherebygiventhat 32097.and thatthetotalvolue RIGHT-OF-WAY OF 75 FEETTHIS
Identification/Serial Numbers pursuanttoFinalJudgmentof FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS LOT 27 OF EAST CALLAHAN hearing. pursuanttoanorderoraflnal N813644A and N813644b Foreclosure dated the 26 day NOTICE OR 30 DAYSAFTERYOU SUBDIVISION FOR 482.02 FEET Persons with disabilities judgment of foreclosure 17,000.00. THE 32p FEET OF LOT 11 AND
Property Address: 54126 of July 2013 and entered in RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS TOTHESOUTH LINE OF BISMARK requiringaccommoaatlonsln entered In the above-cap- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS THE WEST 130 FEET OF LOT 12 JEANNIE ROAD, CALLAHAN, FL Case No. 2013-CA-68. of the NOTICE. ROAD (WHICH HASA47 FOOT order to participate In this pro- toned action, I will sell the ARE NOTIFIED THAT: WHICH ARE NORTH OF STATE
32011 Circuit Court of the 4TH All other creditors of the RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE GO gram or activity should con- property situated In Nassau All creditors of the dece- ROAD NO. 200 ACCORDING
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Judicial Circuit in and far decedent and other persons NORTH 86 DEGREES 00' 49" tact the Growth Management County Floridadaescribed as dent and other persons hay- TO THE BUNKERHILL SUBDIVIINTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM Nassau County Florida, where- who have claims or demands EAST ALONG THE SOUT H LINE Deparfment (904) 491-7328 or All that certain property sit- Ing claims or demands against SION AS RECORDED IN PLAT THE SALE. IF ANY OTHER THAN n. JPMORGAN CHASE BANK. against decedent's estate, OF BISMARK ROAD 163.68 FEET Florlaa Relay Service (1-800- uated In the County of decedent's estate other than BOOK 0. PAGE 17 OFTHE PUBTHE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF NATIONAL ASSOCATION anda including unmatured, contln- THENCE GO SOUTH 00 955-8771) at least" twenty-four Nassau. and the State at those for wham provslon far LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDEND is the Plaintiff and ZULLY MAR- gent or unllqulaated claims. DEGREES 57' 00J EAST FOR (24) hours In advance to Florida being described as fol- full payment has been n'aae. COUNTY FLORIDA. IT JOINS A MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 GARITA VERGEL A/K/A ZULLY must file their claims with the 490.69 FEET THENCE GO request such accommaa- laws must file their claims w~th this 'TRACT OF LAND TO THE WEST
By:./s/Amanda Stearn PROPtRlY are defendanls.The' OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED a copy of your written BOARD,, AGENCY OR COM- Tax Parcel Identification OTHER APPUICABLE TIME PERI- LFSSAND EXCEPTTHAT PART
Deputy Clerk Clerk of this Court shall. sell to W1LL BE FOREVER BARRED. defenses, ifanyto It on counsel. MISSION WITH RESPECTTOANY Number: 371 N25-299F0045- ODANY CLAIM FILED1TWO (2) CONVEYED IN OFFICIAL
It you are a person with xi ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS 103, Boca Raton, Florida 33487 NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO- 1973 MADIS mobile home ID The date of the first oubi- OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA. disability who needs any JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- OR MORE AI ER THE DECE- on or before September 6. CEEDINGSAND FOR THAT PUR- #032AandOO0O2B cation o th~s Notice is August ,at public saletohe high-,
accommodaton in order to ERANS WAY., YULEE, FL 32097. DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS 201 3,/(30 days from Date of POSE MAY NEED TO ENSURE aT public sale, to the high- 14 2013.' estrn n'1 est bidaer for cash, at
participateIn this proceeding 1130 AM on the 29 day at BARRED., First Pubication of this Notice) THAT AVERBATIM RECORD OF est and best bidder for cashaT Attorneytfor Personal fhe Judicial Annex for Nassau
you are entitled at no cost to August 2013. see t'ne follow- Thne 'date ot the first pol-, and file the original with the THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE main entrance to Nassau Representative County Floro,da. 76347 you, to the provision of cer- ing describged property as set .cation of thit notice is August clerk of this court either before WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE County Judicial Annex. 76347 H. Price Poole. Jr.. E'squire Veteron's Way.Yuiee. FL 32097, taln assistance. Please con- forth in said Final Juagment 7th. 2013., service onPlaintilf's attorney or TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE Veterans Way, Yulee Florida In Floridla Bar No.0157674 Plione: (904)5,4-8-4600 at 11:30
tact the ADA CoordinaTor at to wit: Attorney for Personal immediately thereafter oth- UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS accordance with Choter 303 Centre Street. Suite 200 ', a. ma n Seotemoer 16 201 3 or (904) 630- LOT 21. HERON ISLES PHASE representatve: erwise a default will be TO BE BASED. v45 Florida Statutes, Florida at Fernandina Beoch FL32D34 Any person claiming an
-2564 at least 7 'days before ONE. ACCORDING TO PLAT ANNE BUZBY-WALT, ESQ entered against you for the The Planning and Zoning .11:'30 am. on the 9th day of Telephone: (904) 261-0742 interestsn '.1he surpl us tram the yourscheduled court appear- 'THEREOF AS .RECORDED IN Florida Bar No.515728 relief demanded In the camn- .Board' may continue hearing September 2013, Person Giving Notice: sale if any, other than the
ance, or Immediately upon PLAT.BOOK 7, PAGE 40 46. OF Fisher Tousey, Lease & Ball plaint or petition filed heren, on this matter. Tha any person claiming an Leigh Cranford .prornerty owner as of the ate rece~ving this notification if the THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS- 501 Riverside Avenue Suite 600 WITNESS my, hand and the PLANNING AND ZONING nterest in the surplus from the 1607 Geddes Lone of the UxsPendens must tile a time before the scheduled SAUI COU NTY FLORIDA. Jacksonville Florida 3220i? seal of this Court at County BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY, sale If any, other than the Amelia Island. FL 32034 clcirm witin 60 days otter the
appearance is less than 7 ANYPERSONCLAIMINGAN (90.4)356-2600 -'Fiorda ths30dayofJuly,2013. FLORIDA propertyownerasofthedate 2t08-14-21-2013 sale
days: if you are h'earing or INTEREST INT:HE SURPLUS OF THE Emal: John ACrawtord /s/ Thomas Ford ofa the Is pendens must file a 1684 'This 2aday of August 2013
-voice impaired, call 71. I. SALE. IF ANY OTHER THAN THE Peisonal Representative CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Its: Chairman claim within 60 days after the ........ /s/ Tracy Poore
'and correct copy of the fore- A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER Fernandlna Beach ROBERTSON. ANSCHUTZ & ...... sald Court on August 8th.2013. AND FOR .COURT
going has been furnished by THE SALE. Florida 32034 SCHNEID, PL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JOHN A. CRAWFORD NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA 2t 08-14-21 -2013'
United States Mai, this 29 day It you are a person w~th a 2t 08-07-14-2013 ATT[ORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF IN 'AND FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT CASE NO.:09-CA- 1182 1685
of July 2013to disability who needs any 1674 6409 CONGRESS AVENUE. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA By: /s/Tracy Poore DIVISION: .....
PRESTON T. DESSELBERGER,.JR accommodation rn order to ..... SUITE 100 CASE NO.: 13-CP-177 Deputy Clerk FV-IINC.. IN TRUST FOR MOR- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
CALLAHAN, FL 32011 you are entitled, at no cast to FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 2t 08-07-14-2013 IN RE:. THE ESTATE OF Attorney for Plaintiff CAPITAL HOLDINGS. LLC. Pursuanl to Sectlon 865.09,
SONYA KL DAWS. 2SQ you, to the povlsion at certain OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1675 CLYDE CLAYTON HANNAH. SR. 300 W. Adams Street Suite 303 Plantiff. Florida Statutes
-QUINTARIOS. PRIETO. assistance please contact the NASSAU COUNTY ......Deceased. Jacksonville Florida 32202 vs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaf
WOOD & B(YER PA. ADA Coordinator at. crtn- GENERAL JURISDICTION REZONING NOTICE NOTICE TO'CREDITORS (904) 355-9003 MATTfHEW J, BULLOCK. et al. the unders gned, aesrng TO
-215 S. MONROE STREET. STE 603'or (904) 630-2564 DIVISION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS HAVING 2t 08-14-21-2013 Defendants engage .n auslness under the
TALLAHASSEE FL 32301 at least 7 days before your CASE NO.: 13CA0O0182AXYX that onTuesdaythe 3rd dayof CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 1680 AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE tlct tiodis name of River Otter
/S/ Amanda Stea~n scheduled court appearance, FLAGsTAR.BANKFSB., September 2013. at 7:00 PM. AGAINsTTHE ABOVE ESTATE: NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in Academy lnclocateo:18 S.
DEPUTY CLERK or immediately upon receiv- Plaintiff, the Planning and Zoning YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED BOARD OF COUNTY accordance wlih the Final 13th Street in the County of
2t 08-07-14-2013 ing this notification ifthetirme VS. Boara of Nassau County will THAT. COMMISSIONERS Judgment of Foreclosure Nassau in the City of
1670 beforee the scheduled appear- JAMEST.ACKERMANJRetal. hold a puda hearing at thne The administration of the NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA dated July 25. 2013, in the Fernonaina Beach. Florida
......ance isless than 7days; ifyou Defenlant(s) Commission Chambers.James estate of CLYDE CLAYTON INVITATION TO BID (fiB) above-entitled cause .n the 32034 intends to reglste the
NOTICE OF PUBLIC sALE are hearingor voiceimpoirea, NOTICE OF ACTION- S. Page Governmental HIANNAH. SR. aeceased, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Fourth Ju~dlc I CircutF Court sda name with the D vision of
NoticeIs hereby given that on call 711. -CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE Complex, 96l35 Nassau Place, whose date of date was May that the Board of County of Nassau County, Flaridathe Corporations of Ihe Florida
-9/3/13 at 10:00A.M., or th~ere- -Dated this 29 day of July, 2013. TO MICHAEL A. BAKER. SR Yulee Florida 32097 to consfd- 5,2013,.is pending in th~e Circult Commissioners of Nassau Clerk of Courtwlselthe prop- Depaortment of State
'after, at CubeSmart #0323. JOHN A. CRAWFORD wt'ose residenceIs unknown if er appication No.R13-008 for Court far Nassau County County Florida invites sealed ertlocated In Nassau Couny Tallahnassee Florida..
1678 5. 8th St.. in the city f Clerk oii The Circuit Court he/she/they be living:;'and it rezoning. Also. be it known Florida Probate Division the bids for Florida described as Dated at Fernandona Beach Fernandlna Beach. state of By: /s/Amanda Stearn he/she/they be dead, the that an Monday, the 14dth ot address of wh-ich Is4l6 Centre DUCT CLEANING PROGRAM A TRACT OF LAND LYING IN Flora. th s9th aayof August;
Florida The undersigned. Deputy Clerk unknown defendants who ay of October 2013, at 7:00 St. Fernandina Beach, FLstyled- JUDICIAL ANNEX & RECORDS SECTION 47. TOW~.'SHlP 2 2013
.CubeSmntr #0323 will sell at Submiftea by: ,may be spouses, heirs. PM.. the Board of County as Case No. I13-CP-I177. The STORAGE BUILDING .NORTH. RANGE 25 EAST IN Angela Ray
SPublic Sale oy competitve Choice Legal Group. PA. devwsees. grantees, assignees Commissioners of Nassau names and addresses of the BID NO NC13-039 NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA Rive Otte' Academy Inc
.bidding, the personal proper- 1800 NW 49th Street. Suite 120 lienors. creditors, trustees and County/will holda public hear- personal representative and For detailed information ABOUT 1.5 MILES EAST OF it 08-14-2013 ty heretofore storea with the Fort Lauderdale. Florkda 33309 all parties claiming an interest Ing on the saia application for the personal representative's regarding the bid due date CALLAHAN., FLORIDA. ON THE 1682 :undersigned by: Telephone: (954)4 53-0365 by through, under or against Resonlng No. Ri 3-008 at the attorney are set forth below, andl bid requirements far this NORTH SIDE OF STATE ROAD .....
Space #F52 Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 the Defendants who are not CommissionO-iambers.Jan'es All other creditors at the fIT, please visit the Nassau 200 THE DESCRIPTION FOL- NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Emma Virginia Grant Toll Free. 1-803-441-2488 known to be dead or alive. S. Page Complex location decedent's estate and other County's websife at LOWS: The News-Leader mailing
Space it J26-27 DESIGNATED PRIMARY E-MAIL and a parties having or dlaim- concerning the following persons having claims or http:/,/wwwnassaucountyf ,co FOR A POINT OF BEGIN- address has changed
Zayza Grant FOR SERVICE PURSUANT TO ing to have any right tltfe or described property in Nassau demands against decedent's m or contact the Contract NING START AT AN IRON STAKE tram P.O. Box 766 to
SSpace #H14 FLA. R.JUD.ADMIN 2.516 interest in thne property County. estateonwhomacopyotfths Management Department at ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE P.O. Box 16766.
Helen Melanie Oliphant eservce@clegalgroup~c xm described in the mortgage Location for the above notice is required to be served 904-491-7377 Bid information RIGHT-OF-WAY OF sTATE ROAD .....

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14. 2013 NEWS News-Leader 11

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Q lity Of

life matters

ne recent morning I throughout.
woke up before the middle
Dawn and drove of Amelia
From my house Island.
down Simmons Road to the I parked
beach access. I couldn't walk my car, got
this 3/4-mile distance -there out and
are no sidewalks and in broke my
predawn darkness the cars way through
speeding along this road are a the underhazard to pedestrians. So I WILD brush to
had to drive there, past the WAYS look at this
stretches of housing develop- land close
ments, past what is left of the up. Not surEgans Creek in this area a Pat prisingly, I
manmade lake totally sur- Foster-Turley found game rounded by houses and on trails and
to the beach access. native holly and magnolia
Once at the access I trees in the understory of tall
already found the parking lot pines squeaking in the nearly full of cars other breezes. I heard squirrels and Views of the 28 acres .. dawn walkers I guess. But at woodpeckers, saw wildflowers
of' city-owned recre- the beach I was settled at last and butterflies and pondered
ation land between 'The rising sun found me a the thickness of the palmetto
Simmons Road and -mile or so south watching a scrub and the cover these
Ameliet Parkway land lone great blue heron wading "impenetrable" areas provide
that maybe sold to in the surf catching fish. I pon- for native species. I walked
provide funding to the dered this heron most likely along the edge of a mosquito
city golf course, then the same one I've seen there ditch containing enough fresh
developed into as for years alternating between water for wildlife to drink
many as 224 more the Amelia-by-the-Sea fishing from year-round.
houses mid-island pier and this stretch of beach Most of all I admired this
right and above left. in early mornings. Just as the piece of land as the last
Topright, a great blue sun rose, I snapped a few remaining link in a chain of
heron fishes in the shots before the bird flew nature -think EgansCreek '
surf at dawn. away to parts uriknown. A Greenway that so far weresPHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TURLEY "beautiful way to begin the day idents have been able to
FORITHE NEWS-LFEADER for the bird and myself, no acquire and protect from
doubt about it. development I thought about
As the day warmed up so the potential bf this last piece quickly after the sunrise I of natural and mid-island to walked further down the contain nature trails for.hikers
beach, greeting friends, and bikers, benches to relax acquaintances and tourists on, another different habitat alike. But I didn't continue all for people to enjoy natufein,' the wayto American Beach A dream, it seems to te; like I often do. This day I still which is doable and beneficial had some wofk'to, accomplish: as "recreation" for many resiSbef6re outdoor excursions dents of the island a passive became toostifliig.Ihad form ofrecreation thatmor some land to explore citizens engageitithan golfI backtracked with my car, ing.
half way up Simmons Road But no, the city doesn't,and parked beside the only view it that way. To the city remaining stretch of natural this land is dispensable, as, '., habitat-along this road the property to be sold to make
edge of a 28-adre parcel of money for the golf course (!!!) . land that is owned by the city and then to be rezoned for
(i.e. all of us city taxpayers) residential development. ,and zoned for "recreation." Think about the 224 new Many ofus living mid-island houses (maybe 400 more bought our homes here just resident cars) ithe city hopes
_ _ _ _ _-for this stretch of land,.a to zone'it for. Think about,
buLffer from the noises of th, increased trfic .,
planes from the pearby air- Simmons Road (a traffic light port, a protection from off- at South Fletcher, maybe?; shore storms, a remaining. Simmons Road widened to sector of the natural world four lanes? Even less room for that provides cover and suste- a pedestrian path to 'the nance for animals like bobcats beach? No available parking and otters traveling up and spaces at nearby beach down the island to accesses?) There will be no
Spay or Neute Cumberland Island, Ga, the noise buffer from the airport,
Talbot Islands and beyond, a no wind buffer fiom storms, nursery ground for songbirds, no cooling and air-cleansing butterflies and wildlife that benefits of trees for mid-island
",, visit backyards and gardens residents. There will be no
_._________...."__ ~ place for wildlife to exist anyA rock broke my windshield so I took it to be llxed.The Installer broke more, no migratory corridor the new windshield. I ordered repair parts for my car which came Intwo for otters and bobcats and shipments two small boxes two days apart. That was just the beginning fewer birds and butterflies for i of the'weeki How has your week been? the recreation of backyard
i. i: Come bythe coffee's on. nature watchers in the middle
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PHOTOS BY BbTH NMEWSLEDR The Jacksonville Jaguars returned to action Friday night, hosting the Miami Dolphins in the 2013 preseason opener at EverBank Field. The home team fell 27-3 to the Dolphins, who claim, one Nassau County man. Daniel Thomas (No. 33)'of Hilliard, below left and center, played at running back for Miami Friday night.





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A mini red snapper season

N ational Oceanic and Crawford
Atmospheric Ad- and team
ministration fish- "Crawfish"
eries will open the finished in
recreational harvest of red fifth place
snapper Aug. 23-24. Recrea- with 84.88
tional fishermen may keep pounds.
one snapper per day without For
any size restrictions. results and
If severe weather condi- OUTDOORS photos, visit
tions exist, NOAAfisheries www.kingwill announce via NOAA --*- fishshootout
weather radio and a fishery TeryLacoss com.
bulletin any change in the r'ed The resnapper mini fishing season, scheduled fourth annual Gate
"We are holding a special Jacksonville Fishing Rodeo
red snapper tournament on will run Thursday through
Aug. 24," said Capt. Jimmy Sunday. Fishermen will be Johnson of Amelia Island Bait competing for 18 species of & Tackle. "This will be a 100 gamefish with big kingfish
percent payback tournament category for Southern Kingwith cash awards going for fish Association points and a
the largest red snapper special redfish category.
caught during the tourna- You do not need to catch
ment day. We will have junior the largest fish of the event to angler awards as well for win. Random drawings will be
youth fishermen 16 and made for huge prizes, includyounger. We will also have ing a $5.0,000 Contender boat,
lots of other prizes. 200 hp Mercury outboard and .
"We wish to run this tour- loadmaster trailer fishing boat
nament for everyone. So keep package. Second-place drawin mind on Friday evening ing will be for a $20,000 Scott j
during the captain's meeting, Spivey swimming pool; thirdif the weather is predictedto place drawing is a $5,000 ,Sbetoo rough for small boats, Gheeno&, Yamaha outboard we will more than likely call and Magic tilt trailer; and "the event We want everyone fourth-place drawing is for a to fish and have a good time." Tripp Harrison print. .
A captain's meeting will Northeast Florida fisher-take place at Amelia Island men are experiencing an SBait & Tackle Aug. 23. For excellentsummer-fishing sea-information,,call Johnson at son with kingfish running
-277-0775. along the beaches and at offLouis Jose'ph and team shore fish havens. Bottom ."Outaline" topped all competi fishermen are en-joying good
-.:tors during the recent Jack- catches of sea bass, grouper Jim Alaimo, above, is all smiles over his giant red snapper caught dursonville Kingfish Shootout. and cobia. Tarpon fishing has ing the 2012 mini open red snapper seasons. More king mackerel fishThe popular event was held also been excdIlent.this year ermen are fishing deep for kingfish that are not only larger than
-from Dave Workman Jir.'s at both the Cumberiland and nearshore kingfish but also may not be migratory. Marcus Kennedy, 1Strike Zone outdoors store in. Nssau inlets. right, is pictured with a giant 50-pound kingfish. Below, deep-water
Jacksonville from June 14 In the backwaters of Aine- kingfish boats are often powered by more than one outboard and measthrough July 27. lia Island, sed trout fishing ure from 30-40 feet in length.
Kingfish teams could fish just doesn't get'any letter PHOTOS BYTERRY LACOSS/SPECIAL
three days and weigh in their with plenty of big pecks taklargest kingfish out of the ing surface lures during the three days of fishing. A one- high flooding tides. Redfishday shootout was held on July "ing has been excellent during
27; their largest kingfish was the last of the falling and the
given a 1.25 percent bonus first of the incoming tides ....
weight and weighed with while fishing with large live- .,.
their largest kingfish during shbrimp cut baits or livefingertheir three days of fishing. mulletright on the bottom. '
Team "Outaline' weighed a Flounder fishing has lso 9 SS0
41.58-pound kingfish during been e xceen lecs \ o
their predetermined three the Cumberland aid Nassau
days of fishing and a 48.64- inlets during the falling tide '
pound.kingfish on the while fishing slowly along the
shootout day fori a winning bottom with live bullhead
weight of 102.38 pounds. minnows or'finger mullet
Top prize in the event was Aelia Island is:certainly
a new 21-foot Yellovifin bay, a surrounded by excellent fish250 hp Yamaha outboard and ing waters and,without a AmeraTrail aluminum trailer doubt, summer fishing is the
valued at $63,000. 'best time of the year to test
Localangler Kenny your fishing skills.


The city of Femandina time limit, six-team maximum; class or $30 for five for city court availability from 10-10:55 aim. weekdays Peck Center are Tuesdays
Beach Recreation Depart- $125 cash entry toumament residents; $8 per class or $35 Adult volleyball is from 7- at thd Atlantic Avenue Recrea- and Thursday from 6:30-8:30 merit ( offers: nights. Visit www.leagueline- for five for non-city. Contact 9 p.rrm. Tuesdays and Fridays tion Center pool. Deep water p.m. for ages 14 and upCost
SFall adult softball registra- or-contact Brenda Kayne at 548-3224 or at Peck Gym.Cost is $2 per aerobics (aqua fitness belts is-$25 per month for city resition is through Aug. 19 for re- Jason Brown at 277-7256 or day for city residents ($5 non). required) is Mondays, Wed- dents, $30 non-city. Contact
creational co-ed (ASA rules, jbrown@fbfl. org. Atlantic Center fitness Youth volleyball is from 3-5 nesdays and Fridays from 11- Dan Kelley at (904) 400-,1 498
6/4 male-to-female ratio, Indoor soccer Wednes- room offers Precor.treadmills p.m. Tuesday and Friday. Fee 11:55 am. Cost is $50 per or diverdan9@
men's aluminum bat rule; days from 6-8 p.m. at Peck and elliptical machines, Star is $2 (city), $5 (non-city). month (city residents)and Shotokan karate classes games Mondays), openco-ed Gym. Fee is $2 for city resi- Trac bikes, Hammer Strength Peck Gym weight room is $62.50 (non-city) for one class for ages 6 and up with instruc(ASA rules, 6/4 male-to-fe- dents, $5 non-cty. plate loaded fitness machines open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. per day; $60 (city residents) tor Jerry Williamson arefrom
male ratio, games Wednes- Summer group swimming and Magnum Fitness Bian- Monday through Friday. Cost. and $75 (non-city)for two 3:30-4:30 p.m. Mondays'anddays) and men's (USSSA lessons registration is open at gular Series machines. Open is $3 a day, $25 a month for. classes; or $5 for one class, Wednesdays in the Pecit
rules, games Thursdays). the Atlantic Avenue Recrea- Monday through Friday from city residents ($31.25 non- $10 for two. Center auditorium. Fee ib $40
Team fees dre $275 and due tion Center. American Red 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for ages city), $120 for sixth months Gymnastics and tumbling monthly for city residents ($45
Aug. 19. Two-game forfeit fee Cross levels 1-2 and stroke 13 and up (13-15 with adult ($150 non-city) or $180 for 12 for cheer classes are held at for non-city). Uniforms availof $72 due Sept. 6. Pay at clinics (one week), fee is $40 supervision; ages 16-17 unsu- months ($225 non-city). Per- the Peck Center. Beginner able through instructor.
Atlantic Center. Mandatory city residents; $50 non-city pervised with waiver). Fee is sonal training is available; $30 classes are Tuesdays and Register at the Atlantic
captains meeting at 6:30 p.m. Levels 3-4 (two weeks), fee is $3 a day for city residents, $5 per session, $75 per week Thursdays from 3:15-4 p.m. or Avenue Recreation Center.
Aug. 22 at the Atlantic Center. $55 city and $68 non-city, non-city; $25/31 per month; (three sessions) or $200 a 4-4:45 p.m. Advanced class Zumba fitness classes Contact Jason at 277-7256 or Yogapod flow classes are $120/150 for six months; or month (two sessions aweek). on Tuesdays and Thursdays (high intensity) at the Peck or visit www. the Peck Center Tuesdays, $180/225 for a year. Dietary analysis and food pro- from 4:45-5:45 p.m. Feq is Center, second floor, are from
Ieaguelineup. com/fbflsoftball. Wednesday and Thursdays Open basketball is Mon- gram. Call Jay at 277-7364. $60 per month for city resi- 9:30-10:30 a.m. Mondays,
Mini-tournament one- from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Yoga- days, Wednesdays and Private swimming les- dents; $75 non-city. Annual Wednesdays and Fridays and
pitch adult softball touma- pods and round yoga pads Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 7 sons for children ages two fees are $12 (payable to AAU from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday.
ments on two Wednesdays are provided. Sunrise beach p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays and up and adults in 30-mi- for insurance). Call (904) 404- Zumba gold (easy) classes
per month in August. Last yoga classes are from 7:30- from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and nute sessions cost $20 for city 6758 or visit www. freshspiri- are from 11-11:45 a.m.
tournament date is Aug. 21 8:30 a.m. Tuesdays at beach Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 residents, $25 for non-city; Mondays, Wednesdays and
(co-ed). ASA rules, 35-minute access No. 9. Cost is $7 per p.m. at Peck Gym based on four-pack $60 for city and $75 For PADI open water Fridays. Zumba toning (resistnon-city; eight-back $100 for scuba certification, partici- ance) is from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
--city residents and $125 for pants must provide masks, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
F ER N A ND NA EA C 1"' -ID ES non-city B snorkels, fins, booties and Fees are $5 per class or $45
Femandina Beach Scuba weight belts. Fee is $250 for 10-class punch card for Tides, Sun, & Moon: Au st 14-21, 2.013 Club meets at 6 p.m. the third (additional fee for check-out city residents; $6 per class or
Tuesday at the Atlantic Ave- dives). Register at Atlantic $55 10-class card for non-city. W ed Sunrse 6:47A Low 3:33A 0.32' Sun Sunrise 6-50A High 124A 6.37 nue Recreation Center. Call Avenue Recreation Center. Register at the Atlantic
Moor-ie 7-27A H 9"55A 6.06' Moonrfe 1I:I IA Low 5:56A 0.03' Kathy Russell, 753-1143, or Call Kathy Russell at 277- Avenue Recreation Center.
8/07 Sunset 8:ISP Low 3:41P 0.20' Sunset a IP High 12-34P 6.28' email 7350. Call Kathie at 206-0107 for
Moonset 8:31P High 1011IP 6.75' Moonset i05P Law 627P .0.46' *Aqua 1 water aerobics is Aikido classes at the information.
Th Sunrise 4& Low 4:07A 0.19' M n Sunrise &A High 1246A 6.19'
Moonrise 8:22A High 1035A 6.13' Moonrise 12:IOP Low 639A 0.03'
Sunset 8:i4P Low 4:19P 0.19' 8/ Sunset ao High 1:19P 6.32 OUTDOOR BRIEFS
Moonset 9.05P High 1049P 6.67 Moonset Ii:31P Low 7"20P 0.60'
sunrise .48A Low 4,42A 0.10' se 65i H I3IA 6.01' red snapper season will open club is open to anyone 16 and
F Ml oonrise H:17A h I I:I4A 6.18 Tues.Surs 51HihI3A6.1
o i7A Low 7"29A 0.04' The U.S. Coast Guard for only four days in August. older.
024 Mon-ie :11'The tournament is open to all Call Bob Schlag at (912)
o u L 4 o se 1 Hi 6.37 Auxiliary, Amelia Island fishermen, large and small. 729-2282 in Kingsland, Aaron
boats, with 100 percent of pro- Bell at (904) 545-5092 in
s A Low 5A 0 nset i l 23A 585' Thursday in the Amelia Island ceeds going to payouts. Callahan or Tim McCoy at
Sat. Mounrise iO:4A 4w51A00' W ed, Sunrise 6:SiA low &:27A 0.04I' Lighthouse Cottage, located For information, call Capt. 261-3735 in Fernandina
More" 0IAHi 11:53A 6.3' 8/ RrstQuar~r 6&$7A (764' o0HgnLaebtwn
ooset10:4PLow 5'IO 0.33' 8 14 il1ore2:13PHih37P.4' oOHanLnebtwn
8/10 "M"net 8 s:1P sse0,0.2r 8/14 1 and217 Lh use Jim Johnson at 277-0775. Beach.
Circle. Call 261-1889.Bszntz NFmes
Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary. BSSls mee NSFArneels
Sun & Moon events are aiso calculated for Fe andina Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.
- - -1- Nassau Bassmasters, asso- The Nassau Sport Fishing
Se are a full servIce ciated with the Florida Bass Association meets at 7 p.m.
I I The inaugural Amelia Federation, the Bass Fede- the second and fourth Wedr g-T-e tate 5 Island Bait and Tackle Red ration and the.FLW, meets nesdays of the month at the
J g Chsedr out ou great a Snapper Fishing Tournament the first Tuesday of every Ten Acres Kraft Athletic ;
I I deu l a U t reat will be held Aug. 24-25, with month at the Pig Bar-B-Que Club. Call Deborah Biggs at

904-277-6969 d ue l on trast Saturday the main day and restaurant in Callahan' at 7 206-0817 or visit www.fishns--,mm ---,--- Sunday the weather day. The p.m. Membership into the


Hamil wins, on Wednesday ALS GOLF CLASSIC

Thirty-six players came
out for last Wednesday's blitz GOLF NEWS
at the Fernandina Beach Golf GOFNW
Club. Mo Hamil (82, plus 9)
took top honors. John LaFear Aefor PinSef All proceeds support the
(75, plus 6) was second and Chuck Pimsner had a hole- Navy SEAL Foundation, Dave Mason (81, plus 4) was mner o a he which provides immediate
in-one on hole No. 5 at the
third. and ongoing support and
First-place team included Holiday Valley Resort in assistance to the Navy Special LaFear, Charlie Benefield (99, Ellicottville, N.Y., on Aug. 6. Warfare community and their The hole played 158 yards; he ...."...
Seven), Larry Brauda (83, mi- families.
nus 1), D.D. Miller (102, mi- used a four Hybrid. Event sponsorships are
nus 1). In second were Jim available. All donations are
McFarland (94, plus 3), Jerry MlI1CVERS welcome and are tax- .
Hudgins (90, plus 3), Nate Amalia National Golf Club deductible..
Powell (83, minus 3) and Mi- held two junior events this For information on the.' .... chael Kaufman (92, minus 4). summer. event, contact Mike Clower at
Mason 81, Maury Fore- The PGA Junior League 261-2217 or clowerm@bellSman (90, plus 1), Jacque championship was an individ- or Toni Corbin at Burette (98, even) and Bill ual event instead of the two- 277-5907 or tcorbin@omnihoAbee (94, minus 7) tied for person scramble participants third with Jim-Dunphy (85, have played all summer. The ninth annual ALS Amelia Island Golf
plus 3), Rich Vredenburgh Erik Brumme took first FBHSbnit Classic was held Aug. 2 at Lng Point in
(89, minus 1), Doug Wolfe place with a 40 on nine holes memory of the late John Louis O'Day.
(91, minus 2) and Dan Stein for the 8-10 age group. Austin The third annual O'Kane's The event raised more than $13,000 for
(90, minus 2). Buben was firstwith a 41 in GolfTournament, with pro- the ALS Association, Florida chapter; in
Friday was a little slower the 11-13 age group. qeeds to benefit the Fernan- nine years, it has raised more than
with just 30 players; the top In the Amelia National dina Beach High School golf $125,000. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
honor resulted in a tie be- Junior Club Championship, teams, will beheld Sept. 14-15 is often referred to as Lou Gebrig's distween Larry Brauda (80) and Brumme was first with an 88. at Amelia River Golf Club. ease. Above, tournament director Mark
Maury Foreman (87), both at for 18 holes; Buben was sec- Shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. O'Day, second from left, presents the
plus 6.Third went to Tom ond after posting a 93. both days. first-place net team award to, from left,
Roberts (79, plus 4). Format is a two-man best- Franklin Kennedy, Joe Buoni, John
First-place team included ball Saturday and a two-man Howard and Michael Schutt. Left, Ardith
Brauda, John LaFear (81, NVSFALy D 11m scramble on Sunday. There is O'Day and Jane McCormick.
even) and. Larry Griner (93, The third annual Navy.. a senior flight for ages 60 and SUBMITTED PHOTOS
even). In second were Fore- SEAL FoundatioriGolf Clasiic over; seniors play foi ward man, Frank Finocchio (90, will be held 't the Omni tees: No more than six-shot James
plus.2) and Mike Lovejoy Amelia Island Plantation Nov. differential in handicaps. Andrews, (minus 5). 9. This event is 6pen to the, Cost is $300 per team and William
Tied for third Were the public. includes golf and heavy appe- Andrews
teams of Nate Powell (82, Golf entry fees are $250 tizers at O'Kane's during the and
plus 3b, DayNettuno (92, plus per player. The tournament pairings party and cocktail Hfigh
2) andjim Raffone (92, minus begins with breakfast and party. Andrews,
7); Ron Peterson (87, plus 2), registration and concludes Pairings party i t7 p.m from left, D.D. Miller (101, even) and with dinner and a silent auc- Friday and cocktail party is af 'at this Rich Vredenburgh (92, minus tion. 7 p.m. Saturday.. year's
4) and Doug Wolfe (88, ptus Registration for the golf For information on the event at
: 2), Wayne Mortenson (103, tournament is open until Oct. tournament, contact Jarrod Long
minus 1) and Paul Hensler 97 31. the tournament field is Sullivan at (904) 8388825 or Point. minus 3. limited to 144 players. Joe Parrish at 548-7134.

PUtt-Pttk ue 15U boys (ninth grade) hosting After the.Heat Games.
Aug. 16 from 6-8 p.m. at First Games begin at 5:50 p.m.
Sign up for the Putt-Putt. Baptist ChUrch, Coach Myers, and end at 8 p.m. and will Spencer
Business League Four " include Annies, Buddys ahd Turner,
employees or customers rep- 14U girls (eighth grade) Miss-n-Out. Dan O'Day
Present the team each week Aug. 16 from 4-5 p m. at First The cost is $3 per person and Ron.
for seven weeks: Registration Baptist Church, Coach Nantz, per game, $1 to the club and Turner,
and free practice begin at 6 $2 to the pot. Twelve or less, from left.
p.m. with a shotgun start at 7 17U girls (11th grade) winner takes all; 13-18 is a CX
p.m. Season runs from Aug. Aug. 16 from 5-6 p:rm. at 60/40 split; and 18 plus is 27 through the playoff cham- Baptist Church, Coach Nantz, 40/30/20/10 split; $2 buy pionship Oct. 7 Cost is $280 backs.(just one per game per
'per team plus tax. 11U goys (fourth and fifth shobter). Shell size 7 1/2-9'
Eri.aap@aaronbean. grade) Sept. 7 from 9 -1 -a.m. shot only.
com. forninraton., at First Baptist ChUirclt bach Amelia ShOtgun:Sports is
Schweizer, phil@kkmarket- located at 86300 Hot Shot
FBHSyouthcheer Trail in Yulee.Call 548-9818
The Fernandina Beach. 11U girls (fourth and fifth orvisit Www.ameliashotgun-,
High School cheerleaders-will grade) Oct. 19 from 9-11 a.m. offer competition cheer, a pro- at First Baptist Church in
gram designed to introduce Femrnandina Beach, Coach
ages 11 and under to compe- Millar, millarhome@bell- RPO L'YD
tition (two teams). Registra- RO, FW E LY PD
Stion and informational meeting ofi e ""
is Aug. 15at 5:30 p.m. Pro- FBHSHallofFame Go f News, Tips, T ivia & Stats
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held. in FBHS Building 22 Fernandina Beach High _______________________ ______________________iFBS uSchool is now acceptingnom- ...
(behind FBMS) inees for its 213 Hall of Sedgef Country Cb TheWyndiam Championship has o Jason Dufner came from one ToumaientResults "
(behindr~i FVS) ine \o Tounaen 2013sallto
Fame class. Critic is for Girenshoro, N.C. been a part of, the PGA Tour since fi> back on. the final day and 1. Jason Dufner
SocevhlnteerS alumni and formerstaff and 7,130 yardsPar70 1938. From 1961 to 1976, it was cosed ,with a 2-under 68 to Score, -1
Amelia Island Youth includes excellence in athlet- played at Sedgefield Country Club. win the PGA Championship Purse: $1,445,00c
Soccer is a 100.percentvol- ics, ones trade or profession Defending Srgio Gara Then from 1977 to 2007, Forest Oaks His 10-under total gave him a two-shot 2. Jim Furyk unteer-run club always look- or as a member of society in Winning Score: 18-under par CountryClub hosted the event. The victory over Jim Furyk,, who. carded srse: oo ing to fill vacant board.mem- the form of community service Winning Share: $936,000 tonaent retued to Sedgield a 71. Henik Stnson finished three bet osiion. Te cub s r lederhip Ths yar'- ....tournament, returned .to Sedgefield a 71. Henrik Stdrnson finished, he ber positions. The club is r l e h Country Clufour years ago. Fol the fitstthree decades of this event, back, Dufner, 36 never looked battled 3. enrik Stenson
curetl ooin t il te dcass will be inducted at-the CSuntry foryer
currently looking to fill the- FBHS homecoming Oct. 18. Sam Snead dominated the field. He won a record eight times in a throughoutthe final round. He had tap-in Purse: W&oo positions of registrar, treasurer, secretary and referee More criteria and applica- 28year span and still holds the-record for the most victories in this bodies at 5, 8, and 16 and another birde assignor. All interested should tions are available online event.JesperPamevik holds thetoumament record that was set in f feetot No4. ome across asaprety oolcusmer, I guess but email under the alumni section at 1999 with a 23-under par total of 265 there are definitely some nerves out there," said Dufner.
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.Registration for the 2013 sau. g '[jB- IR 89o 40th place in last week's PGA Turned Professional: 2000
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Practices started Aug. 1; the the McArthur Family YMCA's Sun, 8/18 3pm-6pm CBS Torrey Pines. He has played in 18 of those 22,
jamboree is slated for Aug. fall youth sports. Cost is $65 missing four with various injuries. In the majors this
17. Board members, coaches for members and $120 for year, Tiger finished with another T4 atthe Masters
nd volunteers coa sd ron-members. Seasons begin rWhat year did Charlie Sidbfrd compete in the (his third in the last four years), a surprisingly-poor .1)Tiger Woods
Contact Peers aenee the week of Sept. 2 and b n Wyndham Championship as the first African- ( 32nd-place finish at the U.S. Open, a T6 at the 3,059 pts. I 7 top tens
Richardson at 583-2598 or extend through October. American golfer fo be permitted to play in a Sritish after shooting 72-74 on the weekend and
Rird All partipants receive PGA-sponsored eventin the South? last week's 40th at the PGA. Woods will be 38 2) Matt Kuchar
com or visit www.leagueline- jersey and commemorative a) 1945 c) 1961 when he tries to break his nearly six-year slump in 2,294 pts. / 7 top tens
up com/fbpwa. trophy. Soccer for ages 5-12 b) 1 954 d)17 the majors at the Masters next April, which meansBrntne kr
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runs at both the Femandina Anwrc) Chari Siford comped th 1961 tournament, had been since winning major No. 4 at 24Y years 2,219 pts. i 8 top tens Beach and Yulee sites. Tues- He won tce on te PGATourand became the fst A .- old atthe 2000 British Open. F days will be practice days with America inducted into the Wo Golf HioEame n 04. 4) Phil Mickelson
The open registration pen- games on Friday evenings. 2,166 pts. / 6 top tens
od for Femandina Beach Volleyball is for ages 8-15
Babe Ruth fall baseball runs years; Monday practices with While watching John Daly make his tong shot is quite entertaining to see, over- 5) Billy Horschel
through Sept. 15. The fall ball games Thursdays. swinging is a very common problem for the amateur golfer that creates a lot of. 1,488 pts, I 7 top tens season runs until the week Call Nicole Brown at 261- havoc. The thought process behind taking a backswing beyond parallel is that aThwe
before Thanksgiving with a 1080 for information. longer are will create more clubhead speed. That is a true statement, but if you FedEx Cup Standings continued...
cost of $65 per player. Sign are all out of balance in trying to swing so hard, is there really any benefit? Since Plaexr Poits IoPg
up at FBBRL. com. Fllmclub everybody's mechanics are different only a half-swing may be perfect foryou. The 6) Bill Haas 1,457 9
Fall baseball is a less- key to deterining what will produce the best shot in your arsenal is to swing back as far as you 7) Justin Rose 1,447 5
intense season focused more The Amelia Island- Light. 8HedSeno 1,26
on instruction and less on Sport Flying Club is joking can turn your shoulders without tilting them or losing your balance. The only way to get a true 8) Heesn 14 476
competition. Teams will play in for a few more members. description of what the best shot is for you is to practice and find out what feels right each time' 10) Adam Scott 1,346 5 Femandina and Jacksonville. Membership is initially limited
to 12 full partners. The group .....YourGlf Home Awais '
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In August, beach offers relief and treasures

August heat in Florida it is bru.' will wash up. On amazing colors and sculpted shapes the Big Guy held up a dark, triangu- channel deep enough for the nuclear
tal. It is hot all day early in the one vacation trip to never cease to fascinate me. lar-shaped item. It had serrated subpiarines based at the Kings Bay morning and long after the sun goes an island in the When we moved to Amelia Island edges. It looked like all the photos Submarine Base in Georgia has
down. You know it is hot when your Bahamas, my and inquired about what one might we had studied. Eureka! It was a yielded sand full of prehistoric fosstart sweating before nine o'clock in nature-crafted sou- find on its beautiful beaches the shark's tooth. We became obsessed sils. What's the trick? Some seem to
the.morning. Looking fresh isn't an venirs were the bits answer came back shark teeth, and returned to the same beach have a magical karma that leads
option. Less is more- shorts, T-shirt of coral found on The Big Guy and I considered find- week after week. We have harvested them to the shark teeth, while othand flip flops. When the heat goes the beach. The ing a shark's tooth a challenge and quite a selection of teeth after our ers search and search with no luck.
up I head to the beach for a morning moonscape shapes put in miles and miles of beach walk- memorable breakthrough. It isn't easy. You have to learn to
walk. were bleached by ing looking for the tiny ancient What is it about shark teeth that identify the distinctive silhouette and
I can depend on a breeze and OM the sun and were teeth. We asked seasoned beach- so fascinates us? Not only are they look for the dark carbon shade that
cool ocean water to cool me down as T notched and mot- comibers.their secrets. It seemed a hard to find, there is a mystique sets shark teeth apart from the
I walk alongthe shore. There is ((RCH tled in fascinating secret talent that some have and about the ancient, fossilized teeth, shells and ocean debris that try and nothing like it Instant renewal I patterns. My sou- some do not. We chose the nearly The teeth can be the size of a pin or hide them.
amble slowly looking for whatever venirs when we go abandoned north end of the island as large as 5 inches long. Hard to Searching for shells and shark
treasures the sea may have offered Dickie. to Maine? Rocks! I as our tooth-hunting ground. We believe these teeth are from crea- teeth. Another wonderful excuse to up. You never know what you will Anderson collect the glaciat- went early in the morning, late in tures that lived in the waters off our go to the beach and stay cool. find. Sadly, thereis much too much ed, perfectly the day, at high tide and at low tide. coast from 10 to 50 million years Dickie Anderson welcomes your
human trash. ,. shaped and polished rocks. The No luck. .. ago. 'comments. Books are available at
Beachcombing is addictive. The shells, coral and rocks collected We still do not know quite what Amelia Island offers great oppor- local book and gift stores or online at treasures are mostly shells..You through theyears fill baskets, bowls happened, but one day while on one tunity to find these ancient teeth, never know when a particular kind. and jars throughoutour home. The of our fruitless (toothless) searches The dredging required to maintain a dickie.andersonr'

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The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise recently delivered a check to Michael D. Aubin, president of Wolfson Children's Hospital, for $33,279.04 to purchase four pediatric neurosurgery beds. The money was a combination .ti-BMITm of a grant from Rotary International for $12,300 and proceeds of $20,979.04 raised at the club's annual TO the "SC.e fundraiser, the Amelia Island International Wine and Food Tasting March 2. Clihtistal Fish, past president, Mark
Deinis, president, and Dave Dully, chair of the fundraiser, presentedthe check to'Aubiy. Also pictured is Pam Duriiga recent excursion' t 'Cumberla d I~lai .G -Turndrifkti& tor of nursing, who represented Wolfsonat ti~efiliadraisr Ni, pic~ tftiddis Sharonm'Stanley,iclub,foiiin ..f Bill and Ann Moser's six grandchildren were having fun dation chair, who wrote the grant request to Rotary international. The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise is finding shark teeth, shells, sand dollars and a large, live. thankful for its community supporters, especially Valerie Shibley of Amelia iquors, who sponsored the wines, conch shell. Then, to their astonishmlnent, the y came who made the event so successful. Next year's eventis set for March 1. The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise across a loggerhead turtle stranded in a tidal pool. It meets every Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. Contact president Mark Dennis at looked distressed and the kids tried to figure out how to or visit help. It was too far to carry back to the ocean, so they
called the park rangers for assistance. The ranger sent
out the Cumberland Turtle Patrol, who-decided to takethe turtle to the Georgia Sea Turtle Ceniter on Jekyll Island for observation. The hospital saidthe turtle is
doing well and should be released soon. Above from left, with the turtle they named Barney and the live conch,
are Mason Rheay, 7, Chloe Moore,9, Carson Moore, 9,
Aidan Rheay, 10, Gabrielle Rheay, 14, and Alyssa
Moore, 11.

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Fellowship award Patrol bears
Recently the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club honored Dr. The Byrd Wallace Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4351 has established a partnership with the Nassau County David Page above with club President Shannon Brown Sheriff's Office "Bears on Patrol" program, purchasing teddy bears for deputies to give to children during emer- for attaining his third Paul Harris Fellowship, or Paul gency calls. From left are Dewey Byrd, Wayne Tolley, Cliff Schelling, Sheriff Bill Leeper, Jack Zeff, Tom White and Harris Plus Two. Rotary International gave the award to Al Lorentson, VFW commander. The bears help ease the fears of children in domesticviolence and other traumatic recognize Page's contributions of more than $3,000 to situations. The detective division also uses them when interviewing young victims of crimes. Leeper said, "These the Rotary Foundation, which uses the funds for medical warm and fuzzy friends are one way to ease the fears of young children caught in difficult situations, often bringing care, clean drinking water, food production, educational a sense of security to a child who is overcome with anxiety." VFW Post 4351 donates to youth programs, veterans' opportunities and improved living conditions for those in hospitals and living facilities, and active duty VFW programs such as Operation Uplink, providing phone cards to need throughout the world. overseas military. Visit or call 432-8791.

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"Passport to the Weller
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Shelley Hicks Botts,
left, program manager for
Genesis Rehabilitation,
talked about balance in
older adults.
Representatives from
Livelong Wellcare, Hospice
and more also attended
the event, held at the
assisted living facility, The




Florida Writers
The Florida Writer's
Association will meet at 6:15
p.m. Aug. 20 for a critique session at Books Plus on Centre
Street. Bring your writing for
an informative and fun evening. Public is invited, for
more information call group
leader Maggie de Vries at 321- This great dog's name is is Clancey. Clancey is approxi6180. The Florida Teen Scruffy. Scruffy is a reddish mately 4 years old, neutered,
Writers meet from 4:45-5:45 .brown shepherd mix male. micro-chipped with a one-year
p.m. All young writers are He is approximately 5 years rabies vaccine. If you like big
invited to attend. old, weighs 53.6 pounds and lovable kitties, Clancey is
b is heartworm negative. your man. He is 14 pounds of
brayboard 4 Scruffy has been a guest of lovin! Clancey was owner surThe Nassau County Animal Services since May rendered because his owner
Library Advis6ry Board will and he says it is now his turn was having health problems
meet Aug. 20 from 3-5 p.m. at for a new family. Scruffy is a and couldn't take care of him.
the Yulee branch library, very sweet and loving dog. He has been a little sad here
FSCJ/Nassau Center at 76346 ANGELA DAUGHTRY/NEWS-LEADER He is very intelligent and has missing his home but we
William Burgess Blvd., Yulee. Beth Hackney, founder and president a great smile. He is already know his spirits will perk up
'The public is invited to attend. ofthe Cats Angels, Inc., SPCA, res- C* Ae t W neutered, with a one-year once he finds a new loving
Persons with disabilities cue group, above, speaks after rabies vaccine and a micro- family. Please come see
requiring accommodations in accepting a proclamation from chip. Clancey for yourself and you
orderto participate should Fernandina Beach Mayor Sarah If you would like to see will fall in love.
contact the library at 277-7365 Pelican naming August 2013 as him interacting with our vol- Both these pets may be
or the Florida.Relay Service at "Homeless Animals Month," during unteers, go to www.petfind- seen at Nassau County
1-800-955-8771 at least five the city commission meeting Aug. 6 orwww.passaucoun- Animal Services, 86078
days in advance, at City Hall. Cats Angels will com- to see him in his License Road, Yulee, 491Author ma memorate International Homeless video. To see him in person 7440, Tuesday through
u oirs k aetp ce Animals Day on Saturday with its and fall in love with him, Friday, 11 am. to 4 p.m.,
The Local Author's Market annual Walk and Vigil. The walk come to Nassau County Saturday 11 am. to 3:30 p.m.
Place will be held Sept. 28 and begins at 6 p.m. from the Central Animal Services. and closed Sundays and
29 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at St. Park gazebo and concludes with a This beautiful cafe's name Mondays.
Peter's Episcopal Church, 801 candlelight vigil, Everyone is welAtlantic Ave., featuring more come to join in. Visit www.isaronthan 30 authors, (including for more information on CAT AwGE
New York Times bestselling International Homeless Animals Day CT IRHUL
authors WendfdWax and Ken and the events taking place around
Burger), five workshops, chil- the world. Don't forget to spay and
dren's activities, Sonny's BBQ neuter, it's the responsible solution to
and more. An author's lunch- animal overpopulation. Call Cats Homeless Animals Month -August 2013
eon is scheduled for Sept. 29 Angels at 321-2267 for information City of Femandina Beach
from noon to 2 p.m. at Joe's on lower cost options for these serv-.. __ _2nd StreetBistro (limited seat- ices. SUBMITED
ing). Tickets are now available. Visit www.localauthors for informalion or call 321-6180. HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS
.FOLbookldub Farmers markets and rubs. Okra, cucumbers, sherrytomaThe.Friendsof the Library toes, potatoes and squash are all harvested
Book Club meets at 7 p.m. on Each week the Fernandina Beach just before market day. Fresh coconut water
the second Thursday of every; Market Place farmers' market offers dozens from green coconuts harvested from South month in the parlor ioom of of delightful vendors offering their local, Florida is the perfect thirst quencher and St. Peter's Episcopal Church, organic or natural specialties and this week right next door to A Lovely Bunch of 801 Atlantic Ave., with moder-- brings your attention to two vendors who Kokonuts, get your fish for the week. BB is a young adult brown array of home merchandise, ators Marilyn and Norman are there week after week. Straight from the boats is a variety of fish tabby boy with a sweet dispo- 'furniture, jewelry, decoraWesley New members are The first is local bakery Great Harvest. including grouper, flounder and mahi-mahi sition. He is friendly with the tibns, toys and used books. If
always welcome. Located near. CVS, at the corner of 14th as well as Fernandina and Mayport shrimp other cats, in the Adoption you would like to donate
September will feature Street and Sadler Road, this family owned at Coastal Shrimp. Enjoy a customcup of cof Center. lB's favorite times of clean items in working order
Tenth ofDecember.: Stories by business offersnamazing breads andsand- fee, a fresh fruit smoothie or.a new kale veg- the day are breakfast, lunch (no computers or old televiGeorge Saunders; October, The ._wiches seven'days a week. But, every gie smoothie from Montego Bay Coffee as and dinner.'. sions please) for the Thrift
Reluctant Fundamentalists by Saturday you will find Dirk and one ofhis :,'youwander through the market. Pick uip a Even though he doesn't Store, they are graciously MohsimHamid: November., ,., daugltrer vpAing up swe q nd healthy deli plant at the market.and an Almost Ancient, like to miss a meal, he keeps accepted during'business Call itaSlee fiba HenryRath~,i: ~!iausnesk.w add itionWti ,.-PotandMelanie willrepot your plantinto- (r hiirhself jmti pliijRtp.R, h.ou ,. applies for pat care
December, The Book of Salt by offerings include Dakota Rye Bread. This is your new pot for free. shape. BB has been at the are always appreciated. We
Monique Truong;' January, Let a whole Wheat and rye: bread loaded with Sign up for the E-Mail Newslefter at Cats Angels Adoption Center can always use cat litter, the Great World Spin by pumpkin, sunflower, millet, sesame and car- Established longer than he should be and bleach, paper towels, dry and
Colum McCann; and Febru- away seeds. Other tasty breads they have in 2002, the nonprofit Amelia Farmers needs a chance at a new life cannedcat food.
ary, Scorpions by Noah introduced at the market include mushroom Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m- with a loving family. August is August has been proFeldman. and Swiss bread, sweetened with honey; and p.m. at the Shops of the Omni Amelia Island' Homeless Animals Month claimed Homeless Animals
their new Popeye Bread that is loaded' with Plantation, with lots of easy access parking. and what a great time to Month in Fernandina Beach spinach, honey, parmesan cheese, roasted No pets, please. Call 491-4872 or visit make a difference and help an by Mayor Sarah Pelican. red peppers, garlic afid onions. animal in need. Cats Angels is Everyone is welcome to join :
PET PAnother weeky exhibitor is Tressa with committed to helping out Cats Angels on Aug. 17 at the
PET A Natural Wave soaps. She offers natural .Nat=r holder felinds find "forever" Central Park gazebo beginsoapsand Dead Sea salt soaps. Tressahas Ever dreamed of getting the perfect shot homes.this year -willyou ning'at 6 p.m. for a Walk and Chaengeg t recently moved and is running a sale to of a great blue heron in flight or a bumble help us do that? You can read candlelight vigil to commemThe Chardonnay make more room for the upcoming holiday bee nestled on a flower? Join a photographer more about BB and all of his orate International Homeless
Foundation has announced a products and gift sets, so she will be selling and nature enthusiast on Aug. 17 at.11'a.m. feline friends on our website Animals Day. Spay and neuter $200,000 Challenge Grant in selected soaps for $3 each or.2 for $5. Her for a leisurely stroll on the Fairwayloop at Cats is the responsible solution to support ofthe Nassau felted soaps are $5 each and her liquid soaps Trail and learn techniques to help capture Angels Thrift Store/Adoption animal overpopulation. Call
Humane Society's Capital will be $1 off. This sale will'continue through the beauty of the maritime forest and'salt Center at 709 S. EighthSt. is Cats Angels at 321-2267 for
Campaign to build a new September, while supplies last. marsh on film. Bring your own camera and open Monday through information on lower cost
11,000-square-foot animal 'The featured nonprofit this week will be 'photography supplies,sturdy shoes, bug Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. optionsfor these, services.
shelter and adoption center. the Ben Byrns Foundation, created by the spray, sunscreen and water. Space is limited Stop by to shop for awide The Challenge Grant will run Byrns family.after the loss of their son, Ben. on this program to 10 participants. Please through Oct. 31, matching Thefoundation hosts a 5K run at the airport RSVP to the Talbot Islands State Park
donations made to thecam- to raise funds to support their mission to Ranger Station at (904) 251-2320. This pro- .AIUM Cl
paign. Contributionswill strive to educate and guide young adults to gram Will take place at the Ribault Olub on N aUM SO
make double theimpact: $1 make good decisions in their lives. This Fort George Island Cultural State Park. The turns into $2 and $1,000 turns year's race is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. program is free. into $2,000. 14 and proceeds will benefit both the Boys
The new Nassau Humane and Girls Club and the Nassau Humane Plant
Society shelter will increase Society. Representatives will be at the market On Aug. 19, County Extension capacity for care of animals, to help people' register for the 5K and'to Director/Horticulture Agent BeckyJordi meeting modern animal res- answer questions about the foundation. will conduct a Plant Clinic from 10 am. until cue standards and practices. Larry Lemeir will perform Saturday's music. 2 p.m. at the Yulee Extension Office (A1A
Donations and inquiries The market is open each and every and Pages Dairy Road). Allcounty residents
can be made online at www. Saturday, rain or shine, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on are invited to bring plant samples showing North Seventh Street on Amelia Island. Well- problems in their landscapes. Problems will
via phone at 491-1511; or by behaved pets are welcome, too. Visit be identified and solutions offered for cormail to PO. Box 16090,.; find rection. There is no fee for this service. For
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035. them on Facebook or call (904) 557-8229. information call (904) 879-1019. Master
*, * Gardeners are on office duty on Fridays at
Cats A ge On Aug. 17, Executive Chef Daven 491-7340.
Wardynski of the Omni Amelia Island
Plantation will be at the Amelia Farmers Pia is an adorable puppy in the shelter environment,
Cats Angels Inc., SPCA, Market to demonstrate the making of one of The Nassau County Convenience who is very smart she but she gets along well with
offers a Sponsorship Program their.gourmet dishes. The demonstration Center accepts all items that plug in or are already knows how to sit and the other cats and really that encourages you to assist will be at 10 a.m. and, of course, delicious battery operated, with the exception of TV's walks very well on her leash. appreciates affection. She's with'the cost of caring for cats samples will be available. With 17 years of with "tubes," free of charge from residents. Our volunteer dog walkers quiet and likes to spend much and kittens until they find experience in the culinary world, Wardynski In addition to e-scrap recyclables the center are very impressed with her of her time lounging in her their new homes. joined the Amelia Island restaurant scene also accepts appliances, scrap metal, tires intelligence and good nature! hammock! She was rescued
Cheshire Cat Level: $200 from the Omni Chicago Hotel located on the (four per household), batteries, aluminum, She's a beautiful Staffordshire from another shelter along
- To help cover the costs of world famous Magnificent Mile. During his glass, newspaper/magazines and plastics. Bull Terrier mix, about 7 with her kitten, who has been dental treatment for the cats, tenure in Chicago, Wardynski made it a pri- The centeris open Monday, Tuesday, months old, and loves affec- adopted now. it's time for especially senior cats. ority to incorporate local ingredients wherev- .Thursday and Friday from 8 am. to 5 p.m. tion and petting. She has a Ruth to find her forever home
Gold Mouse Level: $110 er possible, using'his passion for fresh, quali- and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon. For beautiful, dark-brindle coat too. Also please remember,
- Sponsor a kitten and help ty goods to support the farmers and information call 548-4972 or 1-877-362-5035 with white markings, and a Tuesdays are Tuxedo-2;
cover the cost of FIV/Feline purveyors of the midwest region. Under his or go to on cute white tip on her tail, Tuesdays at NHS 25 perLeukemia testing, direction, the Omni Chicago Hotel's land- Departments/Solid Waste Department which never stops wagging! cent off the adoption fee on all
spay/neuter, FVRCP vaccine mark dining establishment 676 Restaurant l.n.1 N She spent some time with a black and black-and-white
and rabies vaccine. & Bar quickly became a sought-out culi- foster family and got some cats!
Helping Paw Level: $50 nary destination for'comfort food with an Wild Amelia's new Junior Naturalist training, and they said she Anytime is a great time to
- To offset the cost of FIV/ attitude." Chef also-served as a key player in Program is based on the model of the Junior was coming right along with .adopt a pet including weekFeline Leukemia testing regaining the coveted AAA 4-Diamond Ranger program used in the National Parks her housetraining. They said ends! Our adoption center is
and/or yearly vet check-up, Award for The Pump Room and also served and involves a mini-curriculum of activities she got along great with their at 671 Airport Road in FVR(P vaccine and rabies as sous chef under the direction of celebrity for children ages 7-15 to complete by explor- kids and another dog, but Fernandina Beach, across the
vaccine, chef Rich Tramonto. A graduate from ing "'The Seashore." they couldn't keep her street from the airport termi* Whisker Licking Good Northern Michigan University with a bache- This first component of the program is because of family circum- nal We're now open on
Level: $25 Help with the lord's degree in hotel and restaurant manage- available at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation stances. Now she's ready to Sundays, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., in costs of feeding one cat. ment, Wardynski has received multiple hon- Center and Kayak Amelia, for just the $2 pick right up where she left addition to Saturdays, 11a.m.Please stop by the Thrift ors from the American Culinary Federation, cost of printing, off, as a great dog for a single 4 p.m., and Tuesday-Friday,
Store/Adoption Center at 709 including a Gold Medal in the Chicago It includes self-directed activities to safely owner or family! 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S. Eighth St., Fernandina National Restaurant show, and has graced explore the beaches of Amelia Island and Ruth is a real beauty with You can see bios, pictures
Beach or call 321-2267 and media outlets such as Oprah Radio, Condi learn about common seashells, how the lots of love to give you! She and videos of our adoptable ask to sponsor a kitty. Visit Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure and Cooking tides work and crabs, birds and sea turtles. has a gorgeous, soft coat it's dogs and cats at Nassau for more Light. To review the Junior Naturalist curriculum, a light pastel fawn color and You can
information. Cats Angels Also at the market on Aug. 17 will be stop by the Atlantic Avenue Recreation beautiful green eyes. She is a contact us at 321-1647, or receives no government fund- Clean Ridge Soap with its signature line of Center or Kayak Amelia. To learn more .Domestic Short Hair mix, Thank ing. Revenue is from dona- bar soaps, lotions, balms and hand-poured about Wild Amelia, visit www.wildamelia medium-sized and about 2 you for considering a pet from tions, fundraising and grants. soycandles, and Batch 501 Original Sauces .com and Wild Amelia on Facebook. years old. She's a bit shy here our shelter!


& PGator Bowl Association and Meditation and mindfulness, Kawecki at 415-9642. Beach, will host a sidewalk
its charitable organizations. followed by a 45-minute sitting 0 0 sale on Aug. 16 and 17 from 7
P E PLE & PLA C Contact the Amelia Island (30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone Connected Warrior, a gen- a.m.-3 p m. The public is invitConvention & Visitors Bureau interested in meditation is tie, peaceful, restorative yoga, ed to come and browse
----- at 277-4369 or visit invited to attend all or part of is offered every Tuesday at though the treasures and the gathering. To learn more 7:30 p.m. at Go Yoga, 708 S. cover fantastic buys. There SPECAL EVENTS tigious Manhattan School of S a dwak sh go to or call Eighth St. This program is will be clothing, machines,
Music in New York City, where SPCa Bar alkBah 26.1-9143. ongoing and free to military, electronics and tools galore.
he will study vocal perform- On Aug. 30 from 5-8 p.m. veterans and their families. For information call 261-6448.'
ance. Humphrey is a graduate Omni Hotels & Resorts Amelia C ieffsComer For information email ifi of Douglas Anderson School Island Plantation will host a GerrF's Comer of Comfort, Wingdner
of the Arts and Florida State Boardwalk Bash to benefit the a nonprofit resource center for .CdThe Northeast Florida College at Jacksonville, where McArthur Family YMCA, at women with cancer, answers Excelworkshop chapter of the Nam Knights he studied with Pam Helton, The Shops of Amelia Island questions in a confidential set- A beginner Excel workshop will host a wing and fries dinan FSCJ professor and minis- Plantation, 6800 First Coast ting, provides support group will be held in August at the ner on Aug. 17 at 5:30 p.m. for ter of music at Amelia Baptist. Hwy. The evening will offer information, brochures, refer- Council On Aging East a $7 donation at the VFW ACT comedy The concert, featuring games and entertainment, ence materials, a lending Nassau, 1367 South 18th St., Post 4351, 96086 Wade's
Amelia Community Theatre sacred, classical and including a bounce house, library and more through Femandina Beach, for people Place, under the Shave presents 'The.25th Annual Broadway selections, is free face painting, SA.F.E. archery trained volunteers. It offers interested in leaming the Bridge. Come out early for Putnam County Spelling Bee" and open to the public. A bas- competitions; live music, raffle stylish head coverings, hair- basics of Excel or other corn- Meat Madness at 4 p.m. and Aug. 15-17, 22-24, 28-31 at 8 ket will be available at the prizes, carnival games, corn pieces, sleep caps, chemrno puter topics. The class will be you could win steaks, chicken, p.m. and Aug. 25 at 2 p.m., a door for contributions toward hole, a hula hoop contest and bags with necessities and taught by Jan Cote-Merow, ribs and pork chops for $1 a Tony Award-winning musical Humphrey's education. Visit a complimentary outdoor comfort pillows free of charge. Computer Coach, who has chance. comedy where six young peo- Call movie. Avariety of refresh- Open Monday-Friday from been teaching 4or the past 10 La pIe, played by adults, compete 261-9527. ments will be available from noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall years. The cost.of each sesin a spelling bee and learn that TaitCoo popcorn to Sno cones and at Memorial United Methodist sion is a donation of $10 to Savannah Gand Assisted.
winning isn't everything and TailteCookoff more. Church on North Sixth Street, Council on Aging, a 501.c3 Living, 1900 Amelia Trace
losing doesn't make you a The 4th Annual Great All proceeds will benefit the downtown Femandina Beach. dot-for-profit charity. Call Jan Court, Femrnandina Beach, will
loser. (Note, this play contains Southern Tailgate Cookoff is McArthur Family Y's cam- Call 277-0099. at 583-2870 for registration host a Hawaiian Luau on Aug. adult subject natter.) Aug. 23 and 24 at Main paign to raise money for information. 17 at noon with a Hawaiian
Tickets are $20 adults and Beach. Sanctioned by the scholarships so children and Geneaogy7 oUp ic e inspired menu and music by .
$10 students. To purchase call Kansas City Barbeque families may access its many Genealogy group meetings Gir Scout veGary Tomlinson at 1 p.m. The. 261-6749 or go online at Society, more than 50 profes- programs. Tickets can be pur- are held at Yulee United Girl Scouts of Nassau dress code is island gear. www.ameliacommunitythe- sional and backyard teams chased at the event for $1 Methodist Church, 86003 County is seeking girls in Hawaiian printed shirts, board: Amelia Community will comn- each or $5 for a wristband Christian Way, Yulee, the sec- grades K-12 to join Girl shorts or a grass skirt anyTheatre is located at 207 '" 3,! i ) pete for with unlimitedbounce house. ond and fourth Thursday of Scouts. They will host recruit- thing that says 'bang loose."" Cedar Street; Fernandina '4 more than For advance tickets visitfthe Y each month'from 9-11 a.m. ments at the Girl Scout Hut, RSVP to Tonisha at 321-0898
Beach. .'$20,000 in or call.Nicole Brown at 261- New members are welcome. 25 South 13th St., Femrnandina by Aug. 9 if you plan to attend
3rd o3rd St cash and 1080, ext. 109. Visit the Call 225-5381 or Paulette Beach, today and Aug. 15 the lunch. Seating is limited.
Orn3 t prizes. Calendar of Events at www. Murrin at 548-9752 for infor- from5-8 p.m. Come.out and
The Amelia Island Museum Gates firstcoastyrca,org/branch/ mation. find out what a girl can do in Stknght
of History invites you to its next open at 3 p.m. Friday and 10 mcarthur for information. NS A .Girl Scouts.The group also is The American Legion
3rd on 3rd Street presentation a.m. Saturday. oking for adults tolead iders, Chapter 54, will host
SAug. 16 at 6 Enjoy live music and cheer TS WEEK Nassau NAMI (National .troops. Contact 528 8726 for their monthly "Steak Night" atSp.m. as on.your favorite team in the Alliance on Mental Illness) more.information. the Americah Legion Post 54,:
SWaynedand Arlington Toyota-Backyard BingoThursdays hosts advocacy meetings the HandersMessiah 626 S. Third St., from 5-7 p.
Jane Sims Competition. The evenrit is free The public is invited to play third Thursday of each month afes ia- (or until gone) on Aug. 17, Th4 w,.. l.s. (The and open to all; Free parking bingod every Thursday at the at 6,p.m. at the Northeast You are invited to an open public is welcome and be surge
Storytelling and a shuttle will run fromrnthe Legion, 626. S. Third St., Community Action Agency,- rehearsal of Handel's Messiah to bring your appetite. Dinner' A,,np ,M '6,00 re-. formerAtlantic Elemnentary Fernandina Beach, in the 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100, today from 4 to 6 p.. at the' includes steak cooked to '.im) Enain'each, in-h toda 6froma the" includes steak cooked to
ent: Holding School field,201 Atlantic large smoke-fre meeting hall Fernandina Beach, free and Amelia Plantation Chapkl. order, baked potato, corn on
Down the Ho~efront Florida Ae.A ViP p parking and shuttle Doors open at 5:30p.m. qnd open to all. The performance will be held .. the cob, salad and a roll for an During W (i. The Simis6 wil' 'will runfi mrtheAtlantic .. early.bird games start at 6:05 Support groups for anyone at the Chapel on Sunday, $11 donation. To-go dinners : share experiences of life i ,ecreati Ceiter fi r$5 r p.~n., with regular play begin- with a mental health.diagnosis Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. with full are available. All proceeds go Florida during the "Secodrid vehicle. Shuttles will operate ning promptly at 6:30 p.m. are Fridays at.11 a.m. at the.' orchestra. Please call the' to programs sponsored by the World War, telling stories of Aug. 23 ffbri'3-10:30p.m The bingo session is nine Council on Aging, 1367 South Chapel Office for information American LegioK Riders, shortages, sVbmarine, sabo-" and Aug 24from 9 ai.m10 games for $20, with multiple 18th St., led by psychiatric and directions, 277-4414, Chapter 54 teurs nc war bonds. This pro-. p- jackpots paid out. For ques- nurses and free of charge. located at.6 Bowman Road,
Fmily, Rod, 'Cars'&coffee
gram is free and open to the Vrdr Row" wi el bar tions email Family support meetings, Amelia Island.
public; nd 'will be held at the eeue and therfavrites. post54bingo@yaoo..dom.. also free, are the fourth Cars, Coffee and
Peck enter, in the Willie Mae The VIP Pig Pub(21 aid . Proceeds supportprograms Thursday at 7 p.m. for family HiSto DetecVe. Conversation will meet at Ashley Auditorium, 516 South er) willoffertabif andbr sponsored by the American memberscaretakers of those Associate Editor Johnny Starbucks dn Sadler Road, 10th St. Contact Gray at 261-. seating, faris, (old beverages Legion, with a mental health diagno- Woodhouse of the Beaches Fernandina Beach, on Aug.
7378, 4xt. 102 bor .. shade ad a'stage view for a sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal Leader will share "History 17 from 9-11 a.m. and then for ; 1 cover charge. The Turner .Church,.801 Atlantic Ave. Detective" stories he has. those interested, members
Ace Hardware People's The Just Friends Single Nassau NAMI provides developed in the next Whistle will rally toCrazy Egg at A1A
Freeconcert Choice Contest is Aug. 24 -Spcety meets' oncea month emergency medications, Talk on Aug. 15 at 5:30 p.m. in and Blackrock Road for
Frank L. Humrnph.ry lil will' from nobn to 2 p.m. Purchase for dinner. f you.are single emergency dental services, the Beaches Museum Chapel, brunch. Rain cancels. Bring present a concert Aug. .17 6t 7 a wristband for $10 to sample and overthe age of 55, call referrals/support andtoi- .505 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville out the really fin car from the p.m. at Amelia Baptist.Church barbecue and vote for your.. 321-1116 to join. It's free to letries/shoes to individuals Beach. Following the presen- back of the garage and join 961167 Buccaneer Trail. He favorite register, with chronic mental illness. To the museum; the rally. The people are even
has been accepted at the pres- Proceeds will beriefit the learn more or to volunteer, 381 Beach Blvd., for refresh- more interesting than their
Meditation grOUP, contact President Lisa Mohn ments, and enjoy the exhibit autos. Stories will abound anct
G The Amelia Insight sitting at 277-1886 or email Nassau marking the Beaches Leader/ they are all true!
3, A 2 group (Sangha) ,eets every log50teh tdficelebrtion. NEXT
Tuesday at the Dome Healing 50th birthday celebration.
13 14 15 Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. Maritime Museum ForJinformation visit
17--- They start with a reading and The Maritime Museum of MoVie night
discussionof a varietyof Amelia island hosts a pro- .First Baptist-Fernandina
19 2 2122material related to the practice gram on a current topic every Alzhemerssupport Beach, 1600 S. Eighth St.,
and philosophy-of Insight Friday at 6 p.m. The programs The Alzheimer'sAssocia- presents the movie Home S2 are jointly sponsored bythe tion Cpregiver Support Group Run" on Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. in
25 26 27 29 30 .31 32 33 museum and Amelia for Nassau County meets the the worship center.
a*37 3Z E 0 0 Research and Recovery, LLC, third Thiursday of each month,. In the movie pro baseball
S 37 PUZZLE 0.0 the Amelia-based company The next meeting will be held player CoryBrand (playedby
that searches for and recov- at The Council on Aging on 'TV and filri star Scott Elrod) is S4 43M 0 cHA HIC WENT ers sunken treasure from Aug. 15.from 2:30-3:30 p.m. forced into a rehabilitation pro44 45 47 o G L ES IL L M VI I E Spanish Galleons, The muse- The meetings areopen to the- gram in his OlRahoma home-SSK I um is located at 1335 S, public. Register for the local town after several alc6holS52 NE W LEFT TE Eighth St. No reservations are "Walk To End Alzheimers" related incidents that climax
53 54 55 1 E F needed. Call (904) 838-6688 set for with injuring his brother in a
8 UP TIIERAWL. Ess or (904) 838-6619. Sept. 21 in Central Park, at car crash..Cory reluctantly
57 58 59 TEM iNAME N0 TCH'or stop by enters a Celebrate Recovery
6T5IR 0 TSAR S AURA re The Council on Aging for a program. He eventually finds
64L.0N 6A 0NECE In recognition for all that registration form. For informa-- new hope when he gets hon-.,
70 E WS N Nu 8 teachers do, Y Yoga Inc. at tion call Debra Dombkowski, est about his checkered past;'
FL WER BEATLE Gateway to Amelia, Suite LPN, at 261-0701. and takes on coaching dOties;
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7 7 7 V Y f I ARA 201-E, is offering free classes for a Little League team. Cory
S NT C NG to all teachers through August. BdgetworksopS reunites with his high school SEP 0 GE C A R E S For information contact Liz The University of Flbrida girlfriend, starts a relationship.
Extension Service and with his son and rebuilds his
Make the Switch UoVC Bamabs Center will present relationship with his family.
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part 22. "C' la vie!" Budget will be presented from area students in grades 6-12,
ACROSS 52. "The "by 24. Pine, e.g. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 6 at the They meet Sundays from
1. Group of wives The Doors 25. "Calcium sul- 7 4 2 5 Peck Center reception room 6:15-7:45 p.m. at Amelia
6. *Requires 53. Swerve fate's common and Sept. 27 at the Callahan Baptist Church to rehearse
parental involve- 55. Bovine sound .name 5 Fairgrounds Multipurpose and to study the Word of God..
meant 57. *Junior's ruler? 26. Humorous Room. Leam how to reduce They sing on the first Sunday
9. Cyberspace solil- 60. *Required sub- slang for 'Paris" your food costs and eat nutri- of every month at ABC and. in
oquy stance 27. Set straight 9 6 1 8 tionally. June 2014 will go on a per13. Yawning 64. Editor's inser- 29. Famous valley -- These workshops are free formance tour and mission
14. Barey bristle tion mark 31. This king was a and open to the public. Reser- trip.
15. It's controversial 65. Tarzan's mom,. merry old soul 6 9 2 5 ye your spot. Contact Laura If you are interested about
in'fight against e.g. 32. Treastire collec- Laroche at (904) 879-1019. learning more about this
crime 67. Papal court tion group please contact either.
16. Japanese bed 68. Like a video 33. Perform in 2 8 Paltatolt Pam Helton or Amy Thrift at
17. Decompose game bird 34. *Not to be left Nicole Rosseland's fine art 261-9527 or come on qut to :
18. *Found in art 69. *Sophomore's behind 3 6 1 will be on display at the Amella Baptist, 961167
class grade 36. Custard dessert Plantation Artists' Guild and Buccaneer Trail, on Aug. 18
19.*Pedagogue 70. *Class action to 38. Capone's mark Gallery Aug. 10-Sept. 14, with for the first rehearsal.
21. *Energy outlet find president 42. Enophile's sen- 8 7 4 1 an opening reception Aug. 16 Special
23. Magic's infec- 71. 100 centavos sory concern from 5:30-8 p.m. Rosseland
tion 72. Baseball Giant 45. Funny business 9 paints oil on canvas with a. The Nassau County
24. It often holds 24 and hall-of-famer 49. Actor DiCaprio F eye for the unique. She is a Retired Educators Association
25. Tax pro 73. "The Sun Also 51. Goal-oriented Florida native now living in St. will host an Invitational Tea 2
28. First female activity 2 A 5 Marys, Ga., where she has a from 1-3 p.m. Aug. 20 at the"
Attorney General 54. Inspiration for gallery. -er doctor father Full Service School on Felmor
30. Breath freshen- DOWN. poets and musi- -.a---o,- -a-- inspired her in many different Road in Yulee. The event is to
er 1. Dagger handle cians ways with the study of the honor all instructional and
35. Two quarters 2. Flu symptom 56. Eyes Fill in the squares so 2 5 7 8 1 4 6 9 3 human body, medical dia- non-instructional newly retired
37. Grannies 3. Pro 57. All there that chrow column 9 1 3 5 7 8 grams and instruments, which personnel from the Nassau :
39. Top of Lady 4. Period 58. Units of work 6 9 135 8 2 4 are reflected in her work along County School District. All
Puberty 5. Large upright 59. Infamous and 3-by-3 box 8 3 4 6 2 9 5 7 1 with botanical and nature NCREA members and non40. Seed covering stone Roman Emperor contain the numbers studies. Osprey Village will member retired educators are
41. Virgo's brightest 6. Young salmon 60. Blowhole 9 2 8 1 6 5 3 4 7 supply light refreshments. The invited. Light refreshments will
'star "7.*Pencil type 61. Wraths I though.9.Solution 1 7 6 4 3 2 9 5 8 gallery is located at 94 Amelia be served, special memento
43. "Laughing on 8. Bone hollow 62. Not naughty will appear in the Village. Circle at the Spa and gifts for the honored guests
the inside" in text 9. Highlands hillside 63. Beanery sign Friday B-section. 3 4 5 9 7 8 1 6 2 Shops of Omni Amelia Island will be provided, and informamessage 10. It's often denot- 64. Upper limit d e 1 9 6 2 Plantation. tion about the NCREA will be
44. Officially ed in red 66. *Teacheifs 4 13 7 9 6 2 8 5 available. Contact Dotti
allowed 11. Half of binary apple-givers Friday. August 9 Solution 5 8 9 2 4 1 7 3 6 Sidewalk sale Williams at (904) 879-2857 or
46. Way, way off code First Assembly of God, 302 Stephanie Manwell at 31047. Diabolical 12. Used for styling 7 6 2 5 8 3 4 1 9 South,14th St., Femandina 6010 for any questions.

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LASSERRE 817 Other Areas 855 Apartments
Real Estate, Inc. woodec homesite locate next to
OFFICsSUI ES"atachcrystal clear mountain lake. WISP ski AT BEACH Effic. $145 wk/$575 mo. area & brand new golf course. Only !BR apts $225wk/$895 mo. + dep, incl
80_W t rf $79,900. Adjoining lot sold for all utils, long term. Also 3/2 SWMH on
806 W waterfront 249,000. Bank will finance. Call & off island. Details 261-5034.
1 5 T 4) 2 1 (301)387-8100 x9-. ANF
RNTERMIRENTIAL FEN N INBeach, Zoned & ready to bJilc on. MOBILE HOMES with acreage.
LONG TERM RENTALS e ob 5d MO HM~n wp cig 856 Apartmen,~
LONGTER RENALSReduced to S589,900. ;(904 868-2150 Ready to move in. Seller finance
S3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek Broker/Owner approved credit. Lots of room for the
Price, 3BR/26A. No renters. (850)308- nu i
2,600 sq.fL, Dock, garagelworkshop, Furnished or Waterfront Homes & Lots Call 6473. ANF(850)30Large logouirnmet kitchen, many other (904) 261-4066 for information. C.H AMERICAN BEACH across from the
bonus's $S,950/mo. Plus utilities. unfurriished -VILLAGE LANE 2BR/ Lasserre, Realtr. beach. 2BR, downstairs, 1300 sq. ft.,
Ocean Park, 3BR/2BA Furnished with 2BA duplex on island Close to REL E Tremodeled. $1350/mo. + electric.
1-car garage, available monthly or long Internet service nupdxOntsan ...RoENtTALSslnd (904)310-6502
tr rg ait ms n Internet serVICE FB schools & hospital. 1,200 808 0ff islan OCNFRON 2BR/1BA UPSTAIRS
schols hopita. 1200, -Fabulous view, wood floors. Sewer,
term $2,200 with utiides included. "w T lL qfl a garage. S1,075/mo .... I CAFOT2R1AUSAR
STelephone sq.ft. I car garage. 1,075/mo. bleas ater, garbage Indl. Yearly lease.w
VACATION RENTAL 852 Mobile Ho es s$950/mo 270 S. Fletcher 5Ss6-5722
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY Conference room Available 8/23/13. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1.5 acrd lot,
Lofton Creek area. $60,000. Owner AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your POST OAK APTS
2BR/IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher HIBISCUS COURT 3BR/ 2.5 will finance. Call (717) 507-7866. RV to live on a campground for $425/ now accepting applications (904)
Across the street from the beach.AII Mail box service, mo. All utilities, included. Ask about 277-7817. Affordable living located
ul.wi-fiTV & phone. BA Condo at Amelia Green. 4BR/3BA/GARAGE Flora Parke, senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. at 996 Citrona Dr., Femrnandina
utilwi-fiTV & phone. B OO water side, split floor plan + bonus Beach, FL. Rent starts at $572 per
3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper Break1,800 ft. Screened patio. 1-car room. Upgrades. $235,000. Call (706) 3/2 SWMH 75641 Johnson Lake Rd., month. Central A/C. 1 & 2 bedroom
Loop$1850/wk plus taxes8leaning fee. 627-3003. Yulee. $775/mo + $775 dep & utils- apts avail. TDD Hearing Impaired
S Virtual Of f ices garage. $1,395/mo. Available. Call (904)360-9136 or (478)363-1066. number #711 "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider and emCOMMERCIAL Now 810Farms & BLACKROCK AREA 2BR/1BA. -$650/ ployer.'Equal Housing Opportenity"
8thve St. esuVillage fot [ mo. + $400 deposit. Service animals
*Five Points Village 1.200 sq. ft. AIA/S. Acreage only. Call (904)261-9729.
8th St. exposure Great for retail, rOSTARLIGHT LANE ON ISLARD 3/2 5WMH in park
ONISLoffice$1200/mo.+sales x Pricing O ID 3/2 SWMH in park
evieso fce1200/mo.+salt n from: 4BR/3BA home located in 200 ACRE starting $185 wk/$750 mo + dep. Utils
fi 39 avail. Off Island N'ville 3/2 SWMH,
850688 US HWY 171,210 sq.ft build- ai Heron Isles. 2,000 sq.ft. 2 car J.LAND BARGAIN CH&A, $750 mo + dep. 261-5034 U fh
ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property, $ 9- 200 acres in prime location only 20
formerly a Nursery with some out- Weekly $99 garage. $1,350/mo. Available minutes from downtown Jacksonville. YULEE Nice SW $750 rental
building and a green house still n Loaded with TIMBER, this property is available. Water inc. Small dog or THE LANDINGS ON AMELIA RIVER
building and a greenhouse still on Onthly $275 8/15/13. priced to sell at only $599,900. Call service animals only. Call (904)501 large condos overlooking Intercoastal
property $ Brian at (904)583-9922. 5999. Possible rent to own. Waterway, 3BR/3.SBA, fireplace, wet
-Tw "0s "fleiki spcs ca e Vrulo c 4 bar, gated community, pool and park*Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be iru office $49 Looking for a RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in a ing garage. Rent starts at $2750/mo.
joined for one, 1,600 sq ft space, AlA 8 7 t e A a campground. Weekly or monthly. All Call (904)753-4147 or (904)321-3444
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. lt + Long Term utilities & WiFi included. (904)225CAM &Tax :" Property Manager? AUCTION 8/28. Beech Mountain, NC.
-Amelia Park Unit B -small office (2 Commercial Property: 1.68+/- acres, 8
roonis) with bath,576 sq.r.$1050/mo. With 150+ properties and Former: Ski shop; gift shop; (3) 854 Rooms
"apartments; 10,500 +/- sf. Great locasales tax.. over 30 years of experience tion. www.RogersAuctionGroup com ROOM FOR RENT Chester Rd. area.
1839 S. 8th St. adjacent to Huddle .i we are here for you. (800)442-7906. NCAL#685. ANF Call for details (904)261-8686. 3-4BR/2BA Nice family neghbor189S 8hS. daen oHude Contact: Phil Griffin we ar eefryu....3-4BR12BA Nice famity neighbor,
House, 1.800 sq.ft. $1700/mo: lease + "r Contact Chuck Lynch for hood on Island. Rent $1100/mo. Call

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FOR 1ASE IOL We pay garbage, sewer
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Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
Maintenance. furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.
K $550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.
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1&2 Bedroom UnitsOffice Space AlI utilities, CAM, & tax
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3032 S. 8th St/A1A, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 904-261-4066

R Awesome view of Egan's Creek & Fort Clinch Cottage Estate Sale Bric hoe 2BR/2BA Nice 3BR/2BA Ocean View home, observaSt Park. Single family estate lot adjacent to Cage Estate Sale Brick home 2BRBA ion deck, wet bar, central atrium, arid beach historic landmark Amelia Island Lighthouse. Close to the Beach and Downiown, 400 sq.ft. access;across the street make this a home for. S370+/- ft on Navigable side of Egan's Creek Garage, 1200 sq.. Heated/Cooled entertaining! Stucco exterior, side entry
'""\ V- and is one of the highest elevations on iheeast garage, and unopened street on south side of
coast lot are other features of this, home.
S $995,000 MLS# 37069 $214,500 MLS#60058 $695,000 dLS#6O398
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in Lofton Oaks on lame comer lot with Pristine 75 Oceanfoni lot on Amelia Island. Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR2BA fenced in back yani. There is additional park- ,' Upstaiirs & has open concept with the
ing in the back yard with parking pad and Your chance to own one of the few rema ing ten, dining, and living room all ogeth ih. ~.> hr sadtoa pkkYs hneI w n o i e einoi icn &iig bad openg co oe t Id di
gated access to rear yard. Master bedroom Oceanfront lois available on Amnelia Island. er. 2BR/IBA downstairs. Long term rental has oversized walk-in shower and a large Buy now for either investment or to'build, only. Popular north end location. 5walk-in closet.
5 i:>,j, .. .$137.500 MLS#59700 $435,000 MLS#56671 $350,000 MLS#60542
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.:85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR /2BA 850688 US Hwy 17
:', A. ighrid yo cn fsh rom di fo t toys.GOmraeisheaed &canol.d laed onhir souti Coonoeaert trsive ZoingA.doows otrarian 0
back porch. There is also a irivate hoat of Amelia Ioland, ha n in Golside South with r rm f ore L pt m din ma e ramp..Fisherman's delight rnnulite'
$220,000O MLS#i59259 $469,000 MLS#59070 $375,000 MLS#58403

%5> '>> RACHAEL AV"ENUE 75"x100" lor $130.000 AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch State Park, sinSCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island. close to gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island die beach, and shopping. this is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'x 100'. Lighthouse. 370+/- fr. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the high$95.000 .MLS 55195 est elevations on the east coast Possible ocean-iew and/or view of
CENTRALLY LOCATED on the stand. Half Acre corner lot in downtown Ferandina Beach. Treeltop/bondary survey on file River Oaks Subdivision, jest over the bridge and down the Amelia $995.000 MLS#37069
( island Packway. $79.500 MLS-#57083 t Ocean front 75 ft lot $35,000 MLS 56671
5 8 6 2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville undeveloped and ready to build. DESIRABLE I ACRE Lot on the South End of the Island.
Deeded Access to Rainbow Acrs B oat Ramp and short distance Beantiful trees and Estate sized lot make this a difficult to find prop** 4 ( from newa county boat ramp. 5149.000 MLS #f57615
enty on A.melia. S250.000 for the Acre, or the comer 1/2 acre for .
a PIRATES POIT ROAD in Piraies Woods. .82 acre lot. commu- $139.000 and the inside 1/2 for S124.900.
nity has pool. clubhouse. boat -amp and dock $69.000 MLS.58629

INTERSTATE 95 EXPOSURE AIT US 17 GOOD ASSEM- 15CITYLOTS-3' andFirStreets. ZonedMU-landR2., BLAGE POTE-NTIAL for medium sized sire. Comer location Good for townhome. duplex or industrial. $525,000 with good access. $850 000
Contact Jody Mackle I PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of A1A,
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your own High development area in the heart of Yulee. $295,000.
Take Stock in Children/Nassau self srorane facial candor ad new raioffice.70'on L.S. 17, PFlans for an 11.00 s.f. Medical Complex on file.
OO total 3.5 acres-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. $1.575.000 64 ACRES along Amelia
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