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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER11, 2013/22 PAGES 2 SECTIONS fbnewsleadercom


City


hacks



at golf


dispute
ANGELA DAIUJGHi R)
NA,'s Leader
SAlthough they did riot lake imme.
diate:action, city commissionci s last
week'W.Aiscussed two employees who
:allegedly took employee discounits ;,i
'the Fernandina Beach Golf Club .iler
they left their city jobs
Commissioner Pat Gass initiated
the discussion at the commission meet-
ing Sept. 3 as a follow-up to an Aug. 25
letter she sent to City Attornevy Tamnmi
Bach and City Manager Joe Gerrity
regarding a former city manager and
former fire chief allegedly playing golf
at employee rates long after they left
their'jobs.
Gass asked Bach and Gerrity io tile
complaints with the State Attorney's
Office to investigate the matter, with
the International City'County
Management Association as well as
with the ageniN thate
represents firefight-
ers She also asked
the cit to file fos ro,
S with the IRS in case
former fire chief
Chuck Bogle or city
manager Michael
Czymnborg should
Gass have paid income tax
on the discounted
rates
"This wuuld preclude what could.
potentially, be a costly lawsuit for the
city to recover S6,0t0," Gass wrote,
"but it would send a clear m-ssage to
eypryone that' we take our ste0ard-
ship of taxpayer -dos4t a n eritsl and -
that we will not tolerate abused of pos-
tion (o. former position) by an% one':
Billy Casper Golf, which manages
.he Fernandina Golf Club. sent letters
to Czymor and Bogle onj ul. 26, ask-
ing them to pay S2,3i01 and .)3.4tl
respectively for "taking advantage of
this benefit that you were no longer
entitled to "
Czymbor resigned as city manager
under protest Jan. 22. 2012, and Bogle
was terminated April 30, 2012
According to the letters from Billy
Casper Golf, Bogle played 232 tires
under the discounted rate afteD leaving
the job, and Czymbor 163 times. Both
have publicly denied any w-ongdoing.
The letters from Billy Casper Golf
gave a deadline of 10 days fi'om July 26
to reimburse the money But according
to Billy t'asper Southeast Regional
Director Dan Zimmer, the money was
GOLF Continufed on 6.4


WATERMELON RIDE


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HUB W .LL:, H-FO j HE N IVS-LEADUE
The North Florida Bicycle Club's 24th annual "Endless Summer Watermelon Ride" began and
ended Sunday at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center-in Fernandina Beach and coursed through
Fort Clinch State Park and along other coastal roads. Hundreds participated in rides ranging from
20 to 100 miles on a hot, sunny day. For more information about the bicycle club, visit
www.NFBC.us. *


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MARY MAGUIRE ,
'News-Leader
Nassau County has four lawnmow-
ers One of the mowers broke down
Stwo weeks ago and is out of service
with a tangled filament wire in the
hydraulic system. The maintenance
and facilities director says a part is on
order and the machine should be run-
ning again soon.
This information alone would not
normally merit mention in the news-
paper. But consider that having three
mowers to work with, instead of four,;
did riot stop anyone hired to mow the
county's grass from doing their job.
And further, that even if another"
mower were to break down it would
not interrupt worldlow.
This is because the'county has.
scaled back services to the pointwhere
it employs just two people to maintain.'
the green space at the county's four
ballparks, seven beachfront parks,
seven boat ramp facilities and the land
around 73 county buildings.
The size of the property taken
together is estimated at close to 100
acres.
And the workload is expected to
increase under the county's pressing
need for more parks and recreational
facilities.
Here is how the lawn service is
presently handled ;
David Crews, a level, one techni-
cian--forthe depai tment, mows the
-grass on the county's Fast Side. from
1-95 to the beach.
Craig Mason, who is also a level
one technician, handles the county's
West Side, from 1-95 to the county line
It seems like a lot of work for two
people.
"It is," says Bob Knott, dii ctlor of
the county's facility maintenance
department.
Knott says both men take a week to
get through their assignments, weath-
er permitting. "If it rains, we can real-
ly get behind," says Knott.
The workers also trim edges, fer-
tilize, aerate, pick up trash and maintain
!he equipment, such as changing the
oil and sharpening the blades, -
Workers, said Knott, have to know
what they're doing when it comes to.
riding the mower because if they cut
the grass too soon after it rains, it will
COUNTY Conlintied on 3A


In a tower on 9/11: from



tragedy to tranquility
HEATHER PERRY
Ncws.Leader L. J 4L 1 .L


S,,...3.B.N.1. TiBMI TED
Kevin Fitzgerald turns exotic and domestic hardwoods and acrylics
into one-of-a-kind hand-turned, hand-polished designs. View his,
, .'work at the Amelia Island Wine Festival on Oct. 12 at the Shops of
Omni Amnelia Island Plantation.
*


On an ordinary Tuesday
morning, Kevin Fitzgerald
rode the elevator to his
office on the 26th floor,
said good morning to his coworkers
and began.his day on the trading
floor at Garban Intercapital. And
then a plane flew into the building.
Twelve years later, his memory of
that dreadful day remains crystal
clear.
"It's not something hlie talks
about, really, except with people
close to him," said Fitzgerald's


I pfuycu ieuLy nurU. i p uyeu nuriw riun
I had ever prayed in my life.'.
MIA FITZGERALD. WHOSE HUSBAND KEVIN WAS IN A
WORLD TRADE CENTER TOWER ON SEPTEMBER 1'


wife, Mia.
No one can blamie Fitzgerald for
not wanting to discuss the terrible
events of September 11,2001.
"He was on the phone with a cus-,
tomer and there was a huge bang
He looked out the window and saw .
big pieces of burning metal and con-
crete falling His customer told him


to get out of there."
Mia was out of town that day
doing an audit at Harper Collins in,
Scranton, Pa., for her employer,.
Scholastic. "Someone came into the
'conference room and said the World
Trade Center had been hit by a
9/11 Continutd on 6A


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Calvin Ramsey
Calvin Ramsey, 59, of
Fernandina Beach, Florida,
passed away Wednesday,
September 4,2013 at his home.
Calvin was born to George
and Margaret Ramsey on
February 17, 1954 and raised
in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
He graduated
eie from Fernan-:
dinnma ,Beach-
High Scho6
rais h gradUati6m,,


Christphe, ind 1973. Rafter
Calvin joined
the Armynnd
Sp r o~uld.1 Y,..
served his country until :he.
retired from the service while
living in Tacoma, WA. Calvin
.and his wife, Sunchong Yu,
raised three children, Jamie,-.
Christopher, and Terrin Ramsey.
He continued working as acivi-
iap for the Federal Government
on Lewis-McCord Base in Fort
Lewir, WA until he retired, in.
2006. t b
In 2010, Calvin returned to
Fernandina Beach to be with
his brothers, sisters and friends.
Calvin loved everyone around
him, had a smile that was con-
4 tagious and humor to makean
entire room laugh. '...I.
Calvin is survived by his


sons, Jamie Ramsey, Tacoma,
WA, Chris Ramsey, Tacoma,
WA, daughter, Terri (Skyler)
Wilson, LaQuinta, CA; three
grandchildren, Titus and
Cameron Ramsey, Nalah
Wilson; former wife and friend,
Sunchong Yu, Burien, WA; sis-
ters, Margaret "Elaine" Brad-
ham, Lucille (Alvin) Williams,
Louise (Jerry) Owens; broth-
ers, George (Miriam) Ramsey,
"Jr., Toronto, Canada, Willie
(Dee) 'King, Jewel (Hiroko)
Ramsey, Tokyo, Japan; and
.many loving nieces and nep-
hews.-Calvin was a loving father,
,,grandfather and friend to all.'
'' Visitation will take place on
Friday, September 13th from
5:00 pm-8:00 pm at First
Missionary Baptist Church
located on 2Q South 9th Street
A celebration of his life will be
held at 11;0 ,am, _Saturday,
September 14th ,at First
SMissionary Baptist Church;
Reverend DarienK, Bolden, Sr.
Swill be officiating. Burial will fol-
low at Bosquie Bello Cemetery,
Fernandina B,'each, FL If you
would like to be part of the"
cortege please meet at 521 N.
11th Streeti'at'10:15 a.m. on
Saturday morning.
Huff& Ba.tise Fuieral Home. Inc.


DEATH NOTICE

Jaixnell Mixon Mclride, 79, Fernandina Beach, died on
Sunday, Sept 7, 2013. Funeral services will beheld at 1 p.m.,on
Saturday, Sept 14 from the chapel of Eternity Funeral Homes-
Nassau.
SEternity Funeral Homes & Cremations -Nassau




Give to Barnabas .

atBlues Festival


Barnabas Center is experi-
,encing a high demand at its
food pantry, so it is especially
grateful for an opportunity to
partner withthe Amelia Island
iBlues Festival at the free
Sounds on Centre concert on,
Friday from 6-9 p.m. in down-
town Fernandina Beach.
SThe event features The
Blues in School Band, followed
by Albert Castigilia.
Admission is free to the out-
door concert, but all attendees
, ,' t *'1- .' *, ,.i


are encouraged to support the
Barnabas Fo6d Pantry by bring-
ing two non-perishable food
items to replenish it inventory.
Collections will be accepted
at a designated location near
the Palace Saloon on 'Centre at
Second Street. Come listen to
fabulous music and support a
worthy cause.,i
Visit www.barnabasfernan-.
dina.com and www.ameliais-..
landbluesfest.com. For more'
.ifformaffln seepag-B.-- .


Gne support ongoing

Community Hospice of a licensed and trained'
Northeast Florida' offers an Community Hospice bereave:
'open-ended grief', support ment professional. '. '
groupfor adults who have expe- The group meets every sec-'
rienced the death of a loved ond and fourth IThursday of the
one. month from 1-2:30 p.m. at the
SAn open-ended support Nassau County Council on'
group format allows new par- Aging, 1367 South 18th St.,
ticipants to"join the group at Fernandina Beach.
any-time, so that new grievers Community Hospice sup-
have access to the group as a port groups create a safe and.
support resource. 'i comfortable environment
The support group is led by whereyoucan bond with others,
S: who have experienced a similar,
loss.. ...
ORYO For information or to learn
whether a Community Uospice
OurMother,.. support group might be right.
S for you, call Joanne Bernard,
ELSIEJ. BROWN I LCSW, at (904) 407-6811.
Who departed tslife on : .......____


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and the Florida Electronic
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located on the library website
is the Gale Databases, cover-
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world history, science, litera-
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Yulee: 548-4467.


LOOKING BACK

50 C First Bapt" '
O0I" Church was set to
5 dedicate its new
YEARS red brick, three-
story educational
building on Alachua
Street, erected at a cost of
$285,000.
September 12, 1963
^ C i"^'" The state : ,
2 --J agreed to public
Hearings on beach
YEARSl access after some
complained Nassau
, County's $15 beach driving
permit was "thb most-abusive
itollintheU.S. "' .
K'' e' f Sptember 11, 1986


10
YEARS


Fernandina
Beach firefighters
observed a
moment of
silence in honor


of their fallen comrades at a
ceremony marking the sec-
ond anniversary of
September 11. "
SSeptember 12, 2003


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,2013 NEWS News-Leader


Center offers


fall classes
Registration for the fall term meetThursdays, 10 a.m.-noon,
Center for Lifelong Learning Oct. 3 through Nov. 21.
Classes is now open. Classes Survival Sign Language,
will be held at the Amelia with Robyn Nemes, will meet
Island Plantation, St. Peter's on Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m.,
Episcopal Church, the FSCJ Oct. 1-through Nov. 19 (class
Betty P Cook Nassau Center, will not meet.Oct. 22).
and Reflections of Nature. Florida -State College
S Amelia Island Plantation Nassau Center classes:
classes: How to Make a'Thanks-
Great Decisions 2013, giving Meal in Two Hours,
with facilitator David Britt, will with Chef Bill Castleberry, will
meet on Thursdays, 10 a.m.- meetTuesday and Wednesday,
noon, Sept 26 through Nov. 7 5:30.7:30 p.m., Nov. 5 and 6.
and on Wednesday, Oct. 30. I Turned on the Comn-
This is the same course that puter, ... Now What? with,
was offered spring term. New instructor Mike Hendrix, will
topics will begin in February meet on Wednesdays, 1-3 p.m.,
2014. Oct 9 through-Nov. 13.: '
Spanish for Busy People Reflections 'of Nature:
II, with Berta Arias, will meet Gardening Through the
on Tuesday and Thursdays, Seasons, with instructor James
9:30-11:30 arm., Oct .1 through Loper, will meet 'Mondays, 1-
Nov. 5 (classwillnot meet Oct 2:30 p.m., Oct 7 through' Nov.
17). 18 (class ,will not meet Nov. :
How to .use a Digital .'11).
Camera, with instructorWayn6 The Center for lifelong
Howard, will.meet onWed-nes- Leaning program has served
days, 10:30 a.m.-noon. Two sec- over 1.500 students since the
tions of this beginner class are fall of 2000.
offered: Oct. 9-23 (reference #' "The registration fee'" for
394426) and Oct. 30-Nov. 13 each class is $50, with the
(reference #394428). exception of How to Use a
St. Peter's Episcopal '. Digital Camera and How to
Church Classes.M -Maiae aThanksgiving Meal in
HenryIV -Part with Two Hours, which are $40
Instructor Bernie McCabe, will' each and Great Decisions 2013,.
meet Wednesdays, 10 a.mr.- wIhich is $65 but includes the
Soon, Oct. 2 through Nov. 20. required book. Costs of mate-
Viva Florida-500 Years df rials (books, etc.) varybytlass.
'History, with instructor Kat' Please' contact the:'Nassau
SWhite; will meet Mondays, 10 .:Center at 548-4432 for xregis-
a.m.-.o6n, OcL 7 through Nov. tradioh assistance or for further
18 (class will not mot Nov..., information. The Betty liCook
11), Nassati Center is located at
,, Arthurian Myth, with 76346 William Burgess Blvd.,
* instructor Nancy Dickson, will' Yulee. .


TheNassau County
Health Department will hold ,
its annual Child Passenger
Safety Car Seat Check on
Sept. 16 from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
at the Ron Anderson service
center, 464054 SR 200, Yulee..-
Call 548.1810.
ServSafecourse
The ServSafe Food
Protection Manager
Certification Course will be
Suffered Sept. 17 and Nov. 19
from 8:30 a.ih.-5 p.m. in
Fernandina Beach. This one-'


Peace concert
The Jacksonville Sister
Cities Association will pres-
ent its annual Peace Concert
commemorating Sept. 11,
today from 6:30.7:30 p.m. at
St John's. Episcopal
Cathedral, 256 East Church
St, Jacksonville, The concert
coincides with worldwide
concerts held each year on
September 11 to advance a
morepeaceful and harmo-
nious Earth. This free event
Swill feature children and
Adult choirs 'from throughout
the city. Visit JSCAorg or
septemberconcertorg.
Homecoming
parade
The Fernandina Beach
High School homecoming
parade will be held down-
town on Oct 18 at 4 p.m. The
community is invited to par-
ticipate. f you or your group,
would like to be included,
contact Rob Hicks at Fer-
nandina Beach High School
at 261-5714 or roberthicks@
nassau1;l2.fl.us.
Health classes
The Nassau County
Health Department will hold
'its 4 me Teen Health Classes
on Thursday in September
from 3:30-5 p.m. (Sept. 12, 19
and 26). Teens should con-
tact Erin Cutshaw at 548-'
1810, ext. 5272 for informa-
tion or to register.
SIDStraining'
The Nassau County
Health Department will hold
SIDS (Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome) Reduction
Training onSept 13 at 1:30
p.m. at the FDOH
Administration Building, 30
S. Fourth St., Fernanaina
Beach. Call 548.1810.
Guncourses
L GaryW,Belison ,.
Associates Inc. will hold a
concealed weapon license
course at 5 p.m. Sept. 13, 20,
24 and 27,andat 9 a.m. and 1
p.m. Sept. 29 A basic with
defensive tactics course will
be held at 7:45 a.m, Sept. 14
and 15 and at 7:30 a.m. Sept.
28. for details contact
Belson at 491-8358, (904)
476-2037 or gbelson@bell-
"south.nd'Visi-www.-
-TheBlsoRh'Group.com.
Dayofservice
S The Northeast Florida
Community Action Agency
of Nassau County will host a
day'of service and remem-
brance on SeptL 14 at the
Peck Center Auditorium, 516
South 10th St., from 10 a.m.a
Activities will include a
presentation by American
Legion Post 174, disaster
preparedness, health and
wellness, free food distribu-
tion, face painting for chil-
dren, raffle drawings and
giveaways. For information
call NFCAA at 261-0801.
Free planerides
SFree airplane rides for
age 8-17will,be offered Sept.
14 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the
Fernandina Beach airport,
sponsored by Chapter 943,
SExperimental Aircraft
'Association. Participants
must be accompanied by a,
Parent or guardian. Call
Gary Grimsley at 321-6799
for information. ,
Blooddft.ve ,
: The Blood Alliance will ,
hgld a blood drive for the ;. :
Fernandina community on
Sept. 14 from 10 am.-4 p.m.
at the Publix on Sadler Road.
Visit www.igtveblood.com. ,
Garagesale
The Amelia Island
Museum of History will hold
- a garage sale on Sept. 14
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and needs
donations. Please put price
tags on items you donate. No
clothing, please. Donors will
receive a letter for tax pur-
poses. Unsold items will be
donatedd to a local charity.
Drop 0ff items'after noon
on'Sept't3-at863 SFletcher
Ave. (two houses south of
Jasmine Street). For informa- -,
L on contact the museum at
,261-7378.. .. ,. .. ,
Carseatchecl&


Interfaith Dinner:Network '
needs the community's help
to continue to provide hot,.:
,healthy. eal to those expe-'
riencing hunger in our corn-
munit. Just $25 provides.::
enough meat to serve a hot /
meal to 50 people. To help,
contact the network at ', :
info@chnassau.com,,556- \
2496, or send donations to :
The Coalition for the Home- :
less, P.O. Box 16123, Fer-
nandina Beach, FL32035 .
Put YIDN in the memo line.


day course using materials
from the National Restaurant
Association (NRA) is taught
by a University of Florida
Extension agent who is a cer-
tified instructor with the
NRA. Upon successful com-
pletion of the exam, partici-
pants earn a ServSafe certifi-
cate from the NRA, valid for
five years. The course con-.
cludes with the ServSafe cer-
tification exam. For informa-
tion and to register contact
UF/Extension Agent Meg
McAlpine at 491-7340 or con-
nor@ufl.edu.
Cargh.erworkshop
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida will pres-
ent a "Caring for the
Veteran's Caregiver" work-
shop on Sept. 20 at the
Charles M. Neviaser Educa-
tional Institute of Commu-
nity Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam
Road, Building 100, Jackson-
ville. Registration is at 8:30.
a.m: and the program from 9 .
a.m.-3 p.m.
National speakers will
include Deborah Grassman,
ARNP, author of Peace at
Last and former nurse practi-
tioner at Bay Pines VA
Healthcare System; and.
NicoleJohnson, national pro-
gram manager from theVA's
Caregiver Support Program.
Enjoy complimentary break-
fast and lunch and a chance
to win door prizes. Registra-,
tion isfree.RSVP to (904)
407-6790 by Sept 13. Visit
CommunityHospice.com. .
Alzhelme's walk
The Alzheimer's
Association will host a Walk
to End Alzheimer's, Sept 21
at 8 a.m. in Central Park.
Learn about Alzheimer's dis-
ease and how to get .
involved, from advocacy
opportunities, research and-
clinical trial enrollment to .:',-:-
support programs and serv-:'
ices. In addition to the 3-mile
walk, enjoy a tribute to those
who have experienced or are
experiencing Alzheimer's.
Start or join a team at
www.alz.org/walk., '
Funds raised will provide
care and support services to
area residents living with
Alzheimer's and help
advance research.
Ardiaeotogy group ^
I'ttn6oon'ddSt.'21the ').
newly formed Archaeolo- ,
gical Institute of America --
Jacksonville Society will hold
its first meeting at the, .
University of North Florida
in Room 1205, Building 51 :
(Social Sciences). Florida.
archaeologist Dr. Keith ;
Ashley, who heads the '
Archaeology Lab and teach- ,
es at UNF, willpresent a lec- :
ture about discoveries from
area excavations, L
The local chapter will.
offer lectures on topics from
the entire field- of archaeolo-
gy and the chronological
spectruin. Information on
joining AIA will be available
at the meeting. All presenta-
tions are open to the public
and rfrefeshments will be :K;
served. Contact Melva Price
at (904) 241-9411 or aiajax-
soc@gmail.com.
Artistbooks
Artist Books with Eliza
Holliday at Island Ar.t Ass.."
ciation Education Center, 18
N. Second St., will beheld
Sept 27 from:9 am.-S.p.m. "'.
Cost is $75, all materials'
included. A Jaapnesebound
blank journal wl be' nad .in.
class with paste paper cov--
ers, as well as several suplPle-
'mental bindings.Contact
Eliza S. Holliday at www.let-
terist.com or 556-2517.
SteppingOff
Stepping Of f Centre
meets quarterly on the fifth "
:Monday of each month. The':
next meeting is at 6:30-8 p.m. "
Sept. 30 at 910 S. Eighth St !.
This networking group
focuses on developing and .'1
supporting community
improvement and social '
service projects. Please
bring food or wine to share. :
The group is on Facebook
and Twitter as "Stepping Off
Centre" or email centred. .;
wQmen@gmail.com. Phone :
415-2104, '
Helpneeded. ,
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September 7,2009

Q.ur Sister,
iKATRYNLSNEAD
Who departed thislife on
September 20,2009

You're gone fromour
PRESENCE...
But not from our HEARTS.

We love and missyou,
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0 Holy St. Jude; Apostle and
Martyri great in virtue and rich in,,'
miracles, near Kinsman of Jesus
Christ, Faithful intercessor of all
who invoke-your special parson-
age in time of need. To'you I.
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urgent petition. in return I prom-
ise to make your name known
and cause to be invoked. Say
Ihree Our Father's, three Hail
Mary's and three Glory Be's.'.
:Pblication must 'b1 promised;.,
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COUNTY
Continued from 1A
chew up the field, A field pock-
marked with ruts could injure a
player, he said.
In the winter months the
workers help out on other
assignments, since both are
experienced technicians, skilled
in a variety of jobs from roofing
and fencing to cement work or
electrical tasks.
"We are so efficient with two
Guys on the mowers that people
don't see it as a problem," says
Knott. "And we like it that way
because it's important for every-
one here to do a good job and
not complain about it."
Complaining might not do
any good.. Department heads
and their employees have been
told by the county commission
to do more with less. That
means cutting staff and expen-
ditures, and using equipment
well past the expiration date.
This is a command that the
board has been sending down to
county workers for the last few.
years in an effort to keep taxes
steady.
How much longer cai this
approach continue?,
There is a public hearing
Thursday night on the county's
proposed fiscal year 2013-14
budget, which for now is bal-
anced using a mix of reserve
,fund savings, cuts to capital
improvement projects and a0.5-
mill rise in property taxes,the
first one in five years... "'
The board had to put a bal-
anced budget-' proposal on the
table to satisfy state requir'e-
ments, but at least two6 com-
missioners, Barry Holloway
and Steve Kelley, have said they
are not raising taxes. Both com-
missioners are up for re-elec-
tion next year. ..
Like every department With-
in the county, facilities mainte-
nance is familiar with staffing
cuts. It dropped from 34 work-
ers in 2010 to 27 people today.


Inmate labor?
The Nassau County Sheriff uses inmates at the county jail
to mow and trim the lawn at its administrative headquarters
on SR 200 in Yulee.
Why not use inmates to take care of the grass at other
county property?
"I hear this question a lot, and it's not a workable idea,"
said Sheriff Bill Leeper during an interview last week on the
grounds outside his office.
Why not?
Leeper said his focus Is public safety and there isn't the
time, money or staff to operate a countywide work program
for inmates
Additionally, he said there is a limited pool of candidates
on any given day that could even qualify for a work assign-
ment Violent offenders, for example, may not be eligible for
jobs around the public.
"And the ones who are eligible must volunteer because
we can't force anyone to work," said Leeper.
During the Interview, several male inmates dressed in
green and white striped jumpsuits built a flowerbox nearby.
Inside the office, two similarly attired female inmates wiped
dust from the walls, floorboards and furnishings
"We get inmates to help out right here, because right here
is where we can watch them," said Leeper.
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The department provides
repairs, maintenance and jani-
torial services to 73 county build-
ings.
"I 'don't know how we can
get any leaner without sacrific-
ing the level of service we pro-
vide to the people," says Knott.
"You' do the best job with the
people and equipment you have,
and I want taxpayers to know
that we have some of the hard-
est worklers you will ever see."
The,ounty board may not
be ableto hold down costs much
longer; especially when it comes
to maintaining its green ,space.
This is because Nassau County
needs more parks and ball fields,
and it needs them now.
"You don't have to be a plan-
ner to know that," said Peter
King, planning director for the
county's growth management
department "All you need to'do
is togo to the Yulee ball fields at
night and see how crowded t'he
playing fields, are."
King's department put new


Crenshaw: No to force


WASHINGTON,, D.C. -
Congressman Ander Cren-
shaw, a member of the House
Defense Appropriations Sub-
committee, has announced that
he will vote against authoriz-
ing the use of U.S. military
force in Syr'ia. .
"I have carefully reviewed
dati@(vWeiVt
high ,:e .O_.alze cts
from our top' military leaders
and listened to :my constituefits,
who overwhelmingly oppose-


action in

Crenshaw
said in a
statement. "I
have decided
that military
intervention
Crenshaw is not in the
,, ie nte;-, e t I
and will vote 'against authoriz-
ing the use of military force in
Syria."


parks and recreation at the top
of its list of legislative priorities
for the upcoming session;
Commissioners asked all depart-
ment heads last month to come
up with such a list to give its:lob-
byist. The county has contract-
ed with a lobbyist for years to
bring the local agenda to the
attention of state lawmakers.
Additionally, King said the
county hired a consultant in July
to look at the residential impact
fees it charges developers to
help pay for the. increased
demand on public services, such
as law enforcement, fire rescue,
schools and parks, that such
development'brings..T, Te coun-
ty last looked at its fee structure
in 2005, said King.,
He also said that permit
requests for new construction
in both residential and. com-
mercial projects are.starting to
pick up, so this is an important
time to review the numbers.


M ARY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER
David Crews, 58, mows the grass last week at the Yulee ball field. Nassau County '
employs two people to maintain the green space at the .county's four ballparks, seven
beachfront parks, seven boat ramp facilities and the land around 73 county buildings.
The size of the property taken together is estimated at close to 100 acres.


Over the last few weeks, the
Nassau County Commission has
heard from developers about
new shops and three new resi-
dential building projects, includ-
ing single-family houses and an
apartment complex. The proj-
ects in total create several hun-
dred new housing units. .
When families move into the
houses, the kids will need a
place to play.
King says the county started
work this spring on its first
master plan for parks and recre-
ation and has already received
feedback from some 300 peo-
ple.'There weren't a lot ,of sur-
prises, and we heard the same
kind of things that everyone
wants, such as more playing
fields and a place to ride bikes
and have a picnic," said King.


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'They also told us that they
didn't want to have to get in. the
car and drive so far for a ball
game." '
S' If the county is going to cre-
ate more parks, it will have to
find land to purchase and away
to pay for it.
King says the plan is to seek
money from Florida Forever, a
state program that provides
funding to local governmentsto
acquire land for parks and open
spaces., ;
Still, localtaxpayers'are also
state taxpayers and any money.
that comes from the state has
had contributions from Nassau
County pocketbooks. Of course
residents from the state's 66
other counties can make the
same claim, and competition for
state funding can be fierce. .


SIn this case, it doesn't
help that funding for Florida
Forever is down,;and that much
of its funding source is contro-
versial.
The state says it wants to
raise $50 million from potential
surplus land sales. What. land is
to be Sold has not been fully
revealed, and that worries peo-
ple, especially environmental
groups..
SAs the state reconciles its
money issues, local leaders
struggle to do thesame.
"We work with a tight, tight
budget," said Knott..
How much longerwe can the
department balance service,
demands and quality?
"That's a good question,"
said Knott. "Well keep trying."
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Local studio offers art therapy


Skye -Designs is a new art
studio in Fernandina Beach
offering "art therapy"
Art instructors and thera-
pists at Skye Designs use a vari-
ety of art methods including
drawing, painting, tie dying,
batiking, sculpting, bodk mak-
ing and collage. Art students
range from young children'to
adults.
"With many venues we have
recently collaborated our art
classes with art therapy classes


and have learned that art can be
an effective treatment to: chil-
dren with learning disabilities;
adults experiencing stress; chil-
dren and adults who have expe-
rienced a traumatic, event;
depression and anxiety; domes-
tic abuse; terminal illnesses and
other psychological issues,", said
Sarah Bash-Gleaso.n. "Those
experiencing any of the symp-
toms listed can benefit from
expressing themselves cre-
atively."


Art therapy and art classes
at Skye Designs differ in that
in the "art therapy" sessions
"the primary focus is on the
clients' inner feelings, percep-
tions and imagination. Art ther-
apy also involves learning art
skills. As a result, students/
clients are able ,to'resolve con-
flicts and problems, develop
interpersonal skills,, manage
behavior, reduce stress,
increase self-esteem and self-
awareness through the creative


process," she said.
Classes started Sept. 1 and
the studio is currently taking
new registrations. An open
house is scheduled from 5-8
p.m. Saturday at Skye Designs,
910 S.' Eighth St., Fernandina
Beach.
SThose interested in expres-
sive creative arts may contact
Sarah Bash-Gleason at skye
designs@live.com or call (912)
342-3677. Local residents
receive a 25 percent discount.


Who does minimum wage benefit?
Who does. minimum wage benefit?


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: TALLAHASSEE- Fast-food
workers around the country
have been agitating for raises,
and some members of
Congress are pressing to
increase the national minimum
wage. But what would the actu--
al economic impact be of a
boost for the lowest-paid work-
Sers? Critics have charged, that
: raising the minimum wage
Should mostly help:teenagers,
Sbut economists say that's large-
Slya myth.
S David Cooper, an economic
policy analyst at the Economic
Policy Institute, looked at who
Should get a bunmp in pay if the
hourly minimum went upto just
" over $10, as one. bill in


Congress proposes. He found it
would be mostly the working
poor, including a large portion
of single mothers, who would
benefit.
"The reality is that the aver-
age age of these workers is 35
years old," he said. 'The major-
ity of them are women, a little
over a quartetr'have children,
and 55 percent work full-time;
this is their full-time job."
Another common concern
is that raising the minimum
wage would increase unem-
ployment According to Cooper,
that was the conventional wis-
dom, until a series of studies in
the 1990s compared states that
raised their minimum wages
with others that had not.
Cooper said they first looked


at border counties between
New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
"What they found was that in
New Jersey, where the mini-
mum wage was raised, employ-
'ment actually went up relative
'to Pennsylvania, the direct
opposite of what the textbook
model would suggest."
He said other studies have
also confirmed that raising low-
end wages doesn't increase
unemployment
Cooper said the economists
found that a higher minimum
wage improved productivity,
reduced turnover and absen-.
teeism and boosted morale
among low-wage employees. In.
addition, he said, the new
wages have a .ripple effect on
the local economy, because


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most minimum-wage workers
have to spend every dime they
make.
"Maybe they needed to buy
a new car," he cited as an exam-
ple. "Now that they're making a
little more' money,, they can
afford to make a payment plan,
so they go and they buy
that new car. That not only ben-
efits the car manufacturer, but
it also benefits the local dealer-
ship."
About 1.8 million Floridians
would be affected if the federal
minimum wage went up to
$10.10 an hour, as that bill now
before Congress proposes, and
92 percent of them areover age
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Tax increase?


What
The Amelia Island-
Fernandina Beach-Yule
Chamber of Commerce
wants your opinion on
the county should do to
ance its budget.
It's another matter
whether county officials
your opinion. Regardless
tribute to these resolute
sometimes defiant soul
will print some of these
zen comments (these a
real, but sort of what we
expect).
The chamber will ga
the comments and press
ably interject them thrc
out the upcoming budg
,ceedings. The chamber
admirably defends loca
nesses, and this is. anot
attempt in this direction
After all, a tax increa
currently supportedby
majority of county corn
sioners impacts busir
much more than home
protected residents in a
state. Businesses do nc
receive any of the taxat
protection, nor do ownh
second homes and inv(
ment properties.'
So let's insert what
dents might, or should
county officials about r
ing the $11.7 million bi
shortfall- either by rai
taxes or reducing expe
or using reserves, or.a
binarion Remember. ti
arE uctitious. but r'ealis
Re-sp:nse 1 I live in
Fernandina, and I'm ali
Facing another property
increase frqhT the city.
for you to raise taxes Hi
need a Cuban tree frog
show up in my yard. W
enough enough? By th
can I deduct my city ta
against what I owe the
ty? I.M. Tired
Response 2: Do, all
traffic tickets that sher
deputies are suddenly
count toward taxes? Oi
they fees? And where d
ticket pymenxtsgq?4M
, ,. they should heltppayh'
grand new $10 million
iff's' office. Speaking of
sheriff's office, why do
cut the price tag in half


say you?
% *" ''. defray costs
le i ii. '. by using
* *what'I., existing
facilities
what' t.^A 'g *a11
i fbal- a '. "* '7 andequip-
:"'-:, nment? And
,-':- :I put the $5
s want ....,-'.'";.; million in
ss,.in i I savings
Sand STEV' toward this
s, we -' year's budg-
Sciti- MARKET et?-
re not PLACE Speedy
e __ Respon-
'-- '"-- se 3: If the
father Steve Nicklas county pop-
sum-, ulation has
>ugh- hardly budged over the last
ret pro- 20years, how has the budget
bs nearly tripled in that same
l busi- time? Do you think that
her maybe some of these excess-
n. esfi'omvou pridt-cess,,ro
ase- could be pared back? Maybe
Sthe reduce spending to whereit
mis- was 10 yearsago? Do you
iesses think? Lost in Thought
stead- Response 4: To add injury
Our to insult (or something like
At that), nry property valuation
tioti has increased this year. So
ers of I'm going to be paying more
est- in, takes already because of
.this. Why don't you follow
resi- the plan recommended by
, say to County Comptroller John
esolv- Crawford and endorsed by
idget Commissioner Steve Kelley
sing and just use part of the $40
nses million in reserves to balance
com- the budget, instead of raising
ihes 'taxes? Losinig MyBalance
tic So what is your opinion,
i'really? Let it be heard during
ready any of the upcoming budget,
.y tax hearings for the county, or
I need the city, or the school board.
ke I Your opinions count, every
;to one of them. .
bhen is Steve Nicklas is a financial
e way,. advisor with a major US.
Ixes firm who lives and works on
coun- Amelia Island. He can be
reached at 904-753-0236..
Of the thenicklasceam2@'msn.com.
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rare Investingdclass
do the I A four-week continuing
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sher- Markets," will be offered at
n'twe the Florida State College
f, and we campus in Yulee on Tues-
, day evenings beginning
-." Oct 8.
This class will be from
6-30-8 p m. each week
and will cover many
ical aspects of the financial
markets, such as stocks
)34) and bonds and popular.
3. investment vehicles such
l as mutual funds. It will be
taught by local financial
: advisor Steve Nicklas.
tS The class schedule is:
e. Oct. 8. investing [n th6
Stock Market; Oct. 15,
S Investing in the Bond
)SS, Market, Oct. 22, Investing
39. in IRAs. 401 ks and other
',: Retirement Planp, and
irea Oct. 29, Developing a *
Financial Plan. The col-
lege can be reached at
S' 548-4432 for information,


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William L. Ross, Ph.D. (dba Amelia Psycholog
Services 1405 Park Ave Suite 202 FB FL 32C
has officially closed his practice as of 8/23/1,
White Dr. Boss is no longer providing. clinical
services, he remains in possession of past
records and can address professional request
for some form of documentation if appropriate

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feelings, they are subject to ,and, when me up to date on a
big swings. It is interesting necessary, he had become inv
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changed significantly over a COACH S son for me, .However, he could
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promotion of an individual he Howard to know American Bakeries
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you havenri't read the recent viduals who have value and was interested, esp
articles in, Business Week and try to get to know them bet- handle the labor 'cc
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of us, I will never be as good Wasting time with these i business, which'pr
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erred into his group, how. all ion of human resources peo- lead to their being.
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department, reporting to the tions success Where he was the Executive Coadt
VP of compensation and ben- involved, we got to ride back ness. He also cofoun
fits. The head of labor rela- together. He mostly spoke of :BeamPines/Middle
ions was Bob Geiger, who .his philosophies around busi- University.Master's
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GOLF Continued ft'm IA
not paid back as of 'Sept. 5.
Zimmer added the company
would consult with city officials
before taking further action.
Bach said at the Sept. 3
meeting that Billy .Casper's con-
tract regarding fees 'co6ld be
interpreted in more ways than
one.
"It's not black and -white,"'
she said. "The practices of
which 'discounts have been
allowed need to be discussed."
But, she added, "golf privileges
were not extended past the last
day of (the employment) con-
tract ... that has always been my
interpretation.'
"I would like to: see the
money paid.'to the city," Gass
said. "They need to know'we
don't put up'with this and we
don't do'business thisway."
'-Damian Brink, former.gen-.
eral manager of the golf club,
said at the meeting that
Czymbor had approached him
a few weeks after leaving his'
job and asked "how to handle it
going forward." ., :,.,
Brink said he told Czymbor
he would ,keep him on. the
employee', rate because
Czymbor was getting six
months' severance pay. Brink.'
conceded he "probably should-
'n't have called it an employee
rate," but that Czymbor's play-.
ing at the course was "revenue
'for the golf course" :
' "You have to assume that
someone's not going to pay the
full cost of golfing 163 times,"
Brink said. "If I said he had to
pay $46 every time, he might
not have played."
SCommissioner Ed Boner
said he would "withhold judg-


meant" until commissioners had
all the facts.
, "Sometimes you don't know
,if someone is doing the wrong
thing or the right thing," Boner
said. "He pad the rate he was
asked to pa.... Maybe the pro-
gram needed to be updated....
If we don't have oversight over
the rates, there's nothing left to
talk about."
"I have to look at it as a
process issue," Commissioner
Arlene Filkoff said. "I don't
know if we can prove if any
other employees did this. The
contract has words that must
be interpreted "
"All golf courses do this,"
Filkoff said "We barely can cast
stones." .
Brink also noted it would
have been difficult to run the
golf course without player dis-
counts. "(Czymbor) paid what-
ever was in the system'," he said.
"There was not a discussion
every time he came in,".
"We don't know'how much
(Czymbor) owes," Boner said.
"Everyone has a different ver-
sion, of what happened. ...
Someone was presented a bill
and paid the bill, It's easy to
assume that someone did the
wrong thing." ,
"We need all the facts,"'Gass.'
said. "This is (testimony) from
'a Billy Casper employee who
was'let go. How do wegetto the
bottom of this?" '
"When you made the deci-


sion as a golf course manager....
and did not change (Czymbor's)i
designation in the system, it
would look as though he was
being treated as an employee,"
Filkoff said to Brink. "It would
look as though he was' doing
something he shouldn't have;
been doing." '
"Quite frankly, to me we'.
should tighten this agreement
up," Gass said: "I don't think,'
giving discounts is unreason-'
able ... itwould have been easy."
(for golf course managers) to,
pick up the phone,: I'd like to,
work with Mr, Zimmer and the'
city attorney and tighten that"'
(agreement) up."
'Billy Casper Golf has been
managing the 27-hole city:
golf course since early 2011,
and has a five-year contract with"
the city. The city, put the,:
company on notice last spring,
due to poor conditions of the'
greens, but golf course man-.
agers have since made improve-'
ments.
City audits have shown the'
golf course has continued to
lose net income since Billy
Casper took over, and has had:
to borrow from the city's sewer,:
fund. : ''
The dty is still paying an out-
standing debt of $S1.2 million for
golf course improvements and
$46,000 anitually until 2015 for
course maintenance equipment
purchased in June 2011.
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" All golf courses do this.
. We barely can cast stones.
COMMISSIONER ARLENE FILKOFF


9/il Continued from 1A
plane. Kevin and I had flown
over Manhattan on a propjet
so I thought, 'It's just a little
prop jet' But when they said
the second tower had been hit,
too, I knew it wasn't that. We
went to someone's computer
and it was like ... like
Hollywood." I
The images on the screen
were so horrendous Mia could-
Sn't quite comprehend what she
was seeing.
' She tried to call Kevin on
his cell but couldn't get
through. She tried texting on a
Borrowed Blackberry but again
had no success. Then she real-
ized the AT&T equipment at
the top of towers would have
been destroyed in the attack,
"I went back into the con-
ference room and I prayed real-
ly hard. I prayed harder, than I
had ever prayed in my life," she
said, her voice breaking.
After joining hundreds of
others dashing down the stairs
of Tower One, passing fire-
fighters going up who would
never come back down, Kevin
made his way to Battery Park.
When he turned to look back at
the towers, he saw them go
down.
Knowing Mia would be fran-
tic with worry, he walked to
the Scholastic office and found
her boss, who relayed the news
to her in Scranton.
Then he .walked to Grand
Central to try and catch the
train home to Pound Ridge in
Westchester County, N.Y.; but
there was a bomb scare on the
train so he went- to a small
restaurant the couple fre-
quented. He ordered two
Heinekens and a Cobb sand-
wich and tried to come to grips
with what had happened. It was
as he was'sitting there that Mia
finally got through t4 him on
his cell... .
S"We didn't usually talk in'
the morning when I was out of
town," said Mia, "but he had
asked me the night before to


give him a wake-up call so we
did have an early morning con- '
versatioi that day."
. In the hours between the
event and 1:30 p.m. when they
made contact, Mia had worried
that brief early morning con-
versation might be their last
'goodbye.
"But it wasn't. God
answered my prayers and I'm
so very, very grateful"' she said.
,A Garban Intercapital
'employee at a meeting at the
Windows of the World restau-
rant on the 106th floor was the
only one the firm lost in the
attack.All others were safe and
accounted for.
"We stayed home that first
week. We didn't go to work. Of
c course, Kevin didn't have' a
work to go to but when the
company moved 'to the
Bloomberg building, everyone
was determined they weren't
going'to 'let this get to them,"
said Mia.
Fitzgerald stayed with the
firm another fiveyears before
deciding it was time to leave
N ew Y ork C ity. : '
Mia was still working for
Scholastic, traveling two or
three days a week to their
Boston office and working on
her handmade soap business
Son weekends.
Kevin was working long
hours on Wall Street, enduring
the 2.5-hour commute twice a
day, and the couple rarely had
qualitytime together.
"So many people say tragic
things happen and you imme-
diately react," said Mia. "But
you don't immediately react. It
takes a couple of years for;it to
sink in and then you start to
'look at things differently and
realize'you 'want, something
more."
SAlthough the couple had a
good life, they were tired of the
rat race.
"He had been at Garban for
25years and itwas time. When
-you work on Wall Street, it real-
ly takes up yotu personal life. It
was timeto retire and be able to


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Notice of Meeting
IfHeron Isles '
S Community Development District ,

The Board'of Supervisors of the Heron Isles Community Development
., District will hold their regulirly scheduled public meetings for Fiscal
Year 2014 at the Compass Group Conference Room, 961687 Gateway
Blvd., Suite 201M, Amielia Island, Florida at 10:30 A.M. on the, first
Thursday on the following months (*exceptions noted):
November 7, 2013 .
S 'February 6, 2014 "
May 1, 2014 ,
August 7, 2014 (*6:00 p.m. at the Yulee Volunteer Fire
Department, 86048 Goodbread Road, Yulee, Florida 32097)

There may be occasions when one or more Supervisors will participate ,
by telephone. These, meetings are ,open to the public and maybe
continued .to a time, date and place certain. Supervisors may attend the
meeting by telephone as long as there is a quorum present at the meeting
place. Any person wishing to receive a copy of the minutes of the
meeting may contact Dave deNagy at (904) 940-5850.
Each person who decides to appeal anyaction taken at these meetings is
advised that person will need a record of the proceedings and that
accordingly, the person may need to ensure, that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence upon which
such appeal is to be based. '
,' Dave deNagy ,
District Manage
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spend more time with each
other. Time for a better life."
When good friends, moved
to St. Apgustine, the couple
looked there as well as Ponte'
Vedra and Jacksonville Beach.
"But when we came here to
Fernandina Beach, we just felt
right. Neither of us had ever
lived outside NewYork but.
there are many people here
who came from somewhere
else and they were all so wel-
coming."
These days, Fitzgerald is
enjoying island life, relishing
the ability to devote full time to
his lifelong love of woodturn-
ing.
He creates wooden wine
bottle stoppers and pens from
mahogany, 'oak, maple and
ebony as well as burled woods
,frdinm trees native to Florida and;
from. 'as 'far away as the
Philippines.
The everits of that horrible
day-have been stored away and
that's where Fitzgerald would
like them to remain.
.,He lost a lotof friends at
Cantor Fitzgerald and other
brokerage firms with offices in
the towers. '
", It happened. It's part of my
life and I need to move on," he
told his wife.'
"When something terrible
happens; you-mourn, but you
move on,' she said. "We have a
wonderfull life here now. We'
appreciate the simple things.
We've made good friends and
'we're happy. We both cherish
life a lot. We love life and we
love each other," ': - '. :
They still maintain their
home in.Pound Ridge;lN.Y, but
neither has any desire to go to
New York City.
Mia's business found a
home at.the Amielia Farmierg'
Market and Fitzgerald debuts
his wine stoppers and pens at
the Amelia Island Wine Festival
at the Shops of Omni Amelia
Island Plantation on Oct. 12 To
learn more about Clean Ridge
'Soap arid Woodturning, visit
www.cleanridge.com.


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NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO FUTURE
LAND:USE:MAP :,

Nassau County ,proposes to consider an amendmentto the
Future Land Use Map of. the Nassau County; Comprehensive
Plan by.changing the designation of approximately 24.28
acres from Medium Density Residential (MDR) to High Density
Residential (HDR),' Application Number CPA1 3-002. The sub-
ject property is vacant land located on the east side of SR 200
at end of Christian Way and is shown graphically in the map,


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Mondaythe 3rd day of
September 23, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., the Nassau County Board of
County.Commissioners will hold a public hearing foradoption
of aniamendment to the Nassau County Comprehensive Plan
- Future Land Use Map (FLUM), application/No. CPA1 3-002 at
the Commission Chambers, James S. Page Governmental
Complex, 96315 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida 32097.

All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing
and to be hear. Copies of the Application and supporting
information are available for inspection in the office of the'.
Nassau County Growth Management Department, 96161.
Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Comments may also be direct-
ed-;in writing to the Growth Management Department, e-
mailed to agregory@nassaucountyfl.com, .or ,received by tele-
phone at (904) 491-7328. All comments will become-part of
the record irin this matter.

Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to
participate in this program or activity should contact 491-7328,
at least twenty-four (24) hours in', advance to request such
accommodation. ,

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR. HEARINGS HE
WILL NEED A RECORD:TO ENSURE THAT VERBATIM ,RECORD
OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES
THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH APPEAL IS TO
BE BASED. ,
The Board of County Commissioners may continue hearings
on these matters.

John Ak Crawford, Ex-Officio Clerk

Daniel B.: Leeper, Chair ,
Board of County Commrnissioners of
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Nassau County Commissioners: .
Danny Leeper. District 1-Femandmina Beach, 261-(029,
(h). 430-3868 (cel)
email.. deeper@ nassaucounlyll corn
Steve Kelley, District 2-Amelia Island, Nassauville,
: O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 956-0241 (cell), email:
skelley@nassaucountyfl.com '
Pot Edwards, Dlstrlit 3-Yulee, 335-0260 (cell), email:
Spedwards@nassaucountyfl.com
Barry'Holloway, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville,
b: Bulogne, 879-3230 (h), 753-1072 (cell), mail: bhol-
l6way@nassaucountyfl.com: ,
Walter J. Boatrlght, District 5-Callaian, -.
879-2564 (h), 753-0141 (cell), .
email: wboatnght@nassaucountyfl.com
City of Femandina Beach Commissioners:
Mayor: Sarah Pelican: 432-8644 (cell)
mail: spelican@fbfl.org .
Vice Mayor: Charlie Corbett: 583-1767 (cell) '
: email: ccorbett@fbfl.org
Arlene Flikoff: 583-8629 (cell) email: afilkoff@lbfl.org
Ed Boner: 556-7554 (cell) email: eboner@fbflorg
Pat Gass: 277-7987 (home)'email: pgass@fbfl.org


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


A crying shame Ifyou agree with me, please remem-
ber this when the next election
I believe that what happened at c6mes to town.
(the Sept. 3) budget meeting was a Judith A. Harris
crime, and I'm sure that no one is Fernandina Beach
going to jail.
Many taxpaying citizens were ?wrl r, t'
there to support nonprofits and evlopmedl
their volunteers, who work tirelessly I read with great amusement the
at serving our community. Several letter regarding the disgust with
people spoke, pleading with corn- "pro-development" citizens. On the
missioners not to cut funding to one hand, the regurgitation that is
these organizations, so often heard in our community
Commissioner (Ed) Boner made regarding how much newly arrived
it clear to Commissioners (Pat) settlers want to keep things "the
Gass and (Mayor Sarah) Pelican way they used to be" sounds great
that the $25,000 they want to take on first flush. But alas, this expres-
away from nonprofits represents sion rarely means, "I wish a devel-
just 25 cents a month savings per oper had not built the custom home
each taxpaying citizen. That is the we bought to retire to." No, clearing
cost of one cup of coffee a year. He those trees was an important step in
and Commissioner (Arlene) Filkoff our island becoming blessed by the
also explained to Gass and Pelican enlightenment brought by these
that the hardship they would cause new immigrants to the backwoods
to non-profits was immense because culture of Fernandina. ,
the organizations would lose over Then there's that blasted
$200,000 in matched funds that they Rayonier mill that should be dealt
would no longer be eligible for. Gass with by averting our gaze as we
and Pelican seemed uInable to grasp cross the bidgeYoi see, 75 years
Sthe fact that saving each taxpayer ago a group of visionary investors
the cost of one cup of coffee a year from New York City got together
was insignificant compared to the and decided that one day people
harm they would be doing to our from Miami would move to
community. Fernandina. "Why don't we build a.
Attempting to change the minds. pulp mill to irritate the stew outta
of Gass and-Pelican, Commissioner those folks?" That stinker and the
Filkoff said that in the past the co0n- one up the road probably only con-
missioners had lost hundreds of ,tribute 20-30 percent of the total
thousands of dollars due to their business revenue for Fernandina
Sown lack of knowledge and mis-. Beach. That $500-$800 million in
takes, and that they had wasted combinedd regionally impacting rev-
much more money talking about ,enue could probably be easily sup-
projects that never produced planted by, contributions from the
results. She said that it was a further 10,000 folks that currently live on
waste of money talking about some-, the island:
-thing that costs just 25 cents a ,', JI live here and desperately hope
month per taxpayer, and that the that"we are preserved from the
nonprofits needed and deserved blight that engulfs Miami, Tampa,
'the money -, Orlando, et al. Controlled and
Appearing to have tunnel vision responsible growth is key It is disin-
focused on their personal ideolo-, 'genuous to espouse a no-growth
gies, Commissioners Gass and dogma after moving to an island
Pelican voted to kcut $25,000 from that has no chance of ever returning,
the organizations that assist the eld-, to ,"what it used to 'be" empty of
early, the handicapped, the mentally :humans .
ill, the sick, the ,homeless and the Mike Clark
abused children, women and men in Fernandina Beach
our community. In, doing so, -they -
also caused these organizations the Credittwhere due
loss of over $200,000 in matched
funds from other sources. Your Sept. 4 edition carried a
Commissioner Corbett was not story on Page 9A about "Nassau
present to cast his vote: County deputies" seizing 123
Commissioners Boner and Filkoff pounds of marijuana' and making
voted not to cut the funding, but to two arrests." Those arrests were
no. avail because they needed a made by an officer with the Florida
majority vote to put the money back Department of Agriculture and
Into the budget. Conisumer Services, not the Nassau
Mr. Tony Crawford addressed. County Sheriffs Office. This mis-
the commissioners, asking if any .t e has ,een made by your news-
o o' etifij'hd, d Rt-p_..lc bfor., most likely due to
Adkins, who a year ago had oltre-' oNCSO law enforcement per-
to help them investigate an idea that isonnel using NCSO booking sheets
might possibly put $300,000 or more at the jail. 1 know the officer who
*a year into the city's reserves. Not "Worked the case. Itwould be nice if
one of the commission's had done -heand thbe other law enforcement
so. Sarah Pelican finally said that : officers' at the agriculture stations
she wouiald. got credit for their work.
This writer does not understand ManusiagBaru
how. Commissioners Gass and '. Yulee.,
enPelican were able to face their audi- :
ence and vote to take $25,000 away CGlf
from organizations that help our .I
neediest citizens when they had not Returning from several weeks
been willing to make any effort to of travel we .were only .slightly
follow up with Janet Adkins on an amused to find free golf as the lat-'
-idea that may have brought, est distraction for our local admin-
.$300.000 into our treasury, and istration. Let's hope-we can get back
would do so everyyear. oh more important issues. The real-.,-
Before the meeting ended, Saiah ,Aty' is, speiatgolfprivileges for cur-
Pelican reluctantly agreed to try to rent and former city employees,
give back $10,000 to nonprofiis7. have long been,a point of annoy-'
through a line.item procedure. Gass, ance for many taxpayers, particu-
stood alone, refusing. She wis out- larly in light of the golf'club's chron-
voted It was a -ad day in ic financial distress. It seems to be
Fernandina, and it's a crying shame. a law of nature that when policies or


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programs provide freeb'ies,.then a
finit percentage will wdrk the sys-
temrn to extra advantage, with a "Wink
and nod" from'so-called gatekeep-
ers. The federal model for this phe-
nomenon is well established, and
simply trickles down. '.. -
Forget 'about "' dunning :the
dodgers.- only the IRS has the
moxie for that! .. "
T..J. lobertson:
Fernandina Beach.

Syria -
President Obama continues to.
show us and the world leaders his
incompetent leadership skills and
lack of aiy'fruthfilness in all mat-.
ters. Now he has punted his involve-
ment on Syria to Congress and
again shows his indecisive think-
ing in making a decision of any kidfid..
His strong statement that letting
congress hear the Syria actions now
after not getting an" support from .
our friends, and 'from many of his
own party here at home could be
solely a political move so he can
point fingers (Bush not being
around) at Congresswith any esca-
lations of ourinvolvemenit from this.
point on, as he keeps saying he'does
not need their approval ifI hear him
right?
His weakness to world leaders is
a nijoi national stec4irity concern
for all of us. After making a "Red
line" to Syria-(August 2012) .he now
says he did not 'say this? Does he
really thihk that by saying this now,
it was not said by him, that the
American people will believe him'
Maybe he is right on this.'one too,
he did get reelected. His red line
has been crossed twice from all
accounts. ,
The cost of any action will be
quadruple of What he may claim
just as the cost from the Obamacare
is now being calculated way beyond
what we were told. ".
If he does have'plrodf of chemi- ,
cal.weapons used by Syria could
these be s6me of the ones that left
Iraq.back when we had Congress'
debating if we should go .in after;
our ships and troops were sitting ',
offshore 'for around four months,
waiting for the Democrats to vote
and discuss this. The Dems did not
believeIraq had-them (WMD's) so


should the Republicans do the same
now? '. .
- I ;do recall our. intelligence
sources tracking trucks hnd-planes
going to Syria and other, region
countries as'these debate's were
ongoing. But that could notofbee2
because we 'did not. find i any.
"Right?" Wonder what Assad is
doing right nowwith his? Even the
president's community organizing
skills seem to be flat so far, he can-:
' not get arny allies of ours to back
him Y "* : ':'-.. .. .'
- By him being president we mo
likely,wUll haveto help bail him oul
of this national mess for our overall
creditability.q. .. I
Our hope and' change s'ems t<
be getting worst day by day, ..
.. .Dainy Lawh.o
Fernandinzi Beac
I have had mixed emotions oC
'the issue of Syria. What Assad di
was horrific, but are we the police
man for the entire world? In "thi
1930's we were isolationist. WVe star'
ed outbelieving that what happen
elsewhere was not our concern
Then we were attacked. Maybe l
we had responded sooner we migl
:hot have lost so many sailors an
ships the. losses that followed
w6uld'have also been less. '
I believe Clinton's actions save
tmany lives Kosovo. Were we thI
'world police then?, 'I
SI am war-weary from Iraq- (w
should never have' gone there) I,
do not understand why we hav%*
stayed so long in Afghanistan I
We can no longer be isolationisel
The world is all tied toget her If you.
doubt that, 'just Google you,' owA
name and see how much the world,
can know about you. .
SIs- the world such a.sad place:
thatgobd people turn a blind eyetd
the mass murder, of children? Whe4
we do nothing, that too usually.
comes back to haunt us. We should
probably stand up for our funda:
mental beliefs as humans even if
-our hearts are not fully in th1
actions we Will haveto take:'At least
when we'w;hak up in the morning,
we can live with the person in the
mirror. Either way, what we do pr do
not do will reflect our values. -'
Carla Voisard
"'" '*; Yule4
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- VIEWPOINT/PATRICK J. KEOGH/FERNANDINAI



Unregulated

Andrew J. Curtin in his Sept. 4 fees cost the likes of C
Viewpoint, "A different look at theKof6 Haus his busi
Impact fees," answers a number of 'life's sayings. When th
important questions concerning- came due in 2010 the
water impact fees. Inconveniently, reserves and wrote ne-
none of his answers respond to the almost $6 million. Mr.,
serious questions confronting the of us are now on the ho
city in its defense of a class-action excessive price paid 'b3
suit seeking recovery of all such fees pect Mr. Curtin'does n
illegally: collected by the city. Mr.' once the city bought tl
Cu-tin is concerned about "several ties they increased rat<
'very negative articles" that lately county neighbors by 2
have appeared in the News-Leader *According to a deposit
about city water impact fees. He does Public Utilities Directo
not mention the most negative Mandrick, county resi
recent piece about city impact fees. 'sent about 25 percent
SThat came in the form 'of a judge's tomers. He further sta'
order finding for the plaintiff in the position that it costs hin
ongoing class-action lawsuit against provide service td a co
the city. than a city customer. Ii
Let's first deal with the price paid Viewpoint Mandrick w
by the city for the water facilities. 2003, the water and wa
"The payments made under the con- terns have paid the Ge'
tract meant that the city paid FPU excess of $3.2 million."
more than $7 million (approximately gets a 25 percent bonu
37 percent) above the appraised county resident with n
value of the water utility." Those are cost and generates ana
not my words. That's aquote from on an unregulated ess(
the judge's recent order in the class- oly service why should
action suit. In fact, the excess pay- a rate increase? Many
ment was much higher if you include tive articles" Mr. Curti
the additional non-monetary, consid- have been about the M
eration given to FPU by the city. Mr. that has's'ri6usly dam
Curtin seems to think that the price' business owners in Mn
must have been reasonable because efforts to raise enough
city water rates have increased only. to pay off the debt inci
1.5 percent per year since the pur- the exorbitant purchase
chase. That's because city officials Curtin, price does mat
planned to pay the exorbitant price that have to pay it.
-from the impact fees that crippled No one disputes a li
local property and business owners, ment's right to adopt a
Please remember that those impact ordinance. But local la'


BEACH .



util has betrayed its tru
I ** '" "* ** : ... *'. "'," *- ":*
hris Wright at --*.- . prominent local attorneyvwho is not
iness and his It isclear, thejudgp believes city -officials concealed involved in the suit! He said anyone
e FPU debt who reads this'order u st know- tih
citytapped the truthfrom their citizens. Impactfees did case is over. That's my view too, I ai
dettotaling notgo to payfor additionalfacilities to accommodate oienhaor a will orr
Curtin and all thisillegalbehavior and the recent


3ook for the
y the city.,I.,sus-
ot know that
be water facili-
es on our
5 percent.
ion of city -
rrJohn
idents repre-. '
of his cus-
tes in that dep-
n no more to
unty resident
In a 2010
rote, "Since
wastewater sys-
neral Fund in
' If Mandrick
s on every
o additional
annual profit.
ential monop- "
1 he ever need
of those "nega-
n alludes to
[andricking
aged local
indrick's
Sin impact fees
erred to pay
se price. Mr.
ter to those :

local govern-
n impact fee
ws must be


administered consistent-with state
and federal laws. The key component
of the governing law for impact fees
is the dual rational'nexus rule. Mr
Curtin correctlysummarizes that
rule in his reference from
' www.impactfee.com. In the city's
case, the judge's order makes clear
that'Mr Mandrick alleges he never
heard of the dual rational nexus rule.
That's a little like our police chief .
saying he has no idea what a
Miranda warning is. Mandrick, the
key city official charged with admin-
istration of the water impact fees,
says he has no knowledgeof the
most fundamental law governing the
collection and use of impact fees?
Can that be believable?
In Mr. Curtin's defense of the city
and its handling of impact fees I sus-
pect Mr. Curtin ias not read the
judge's recent order. It is clear that
his honor believes that city,officials
concealed the truth from their citi-
zens. They misled citizens on the
terms of the purchase and ,misrepre-
sented their illegaluse of impact fees'
to pay off the exorbitant purchase
price. Impact fees did not go to pay
for additional facilities to accommo-
date growth as required by the dual
rational nexus. They illegally went to


pay off the FPU debt incurred to buy,
the facilities. I would be pleased to
provide a copy of the judge's order to
anyone who emails me at
pkeoghl@comcast.net or calls
.277-6760. You do not need to be a
lawyer to understand the judge's ,
findings of fact and law and how dev-
astating this is to the city's continu-
ing practices.
It is ironic that Mr. Curtin's
defense of the city's actions was
printed in the same issue of the
News-Leader that reports on the front
page above the fold that the city
refunded $732,115 in impact fees.
The refunds were made because the
city finally acknowledged its illegal
increase in impact fees in 2008. Mr.
Curtin's defense also appeared in the
same News-Leader issue as jeweler:
Drew Scott's account of the repre-
hensible actions taken in
Mandricking his business.
The city has had every opportuni-
ty to, correct,its illegal actions..
Instead, they have chosen to spend
hundreds of thousands of citizens'
money in the continuing defense of
their indefensibly, destructive and
illegal practices. Shortly after the
*order in the class certification action
was issued I received a call from a


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ist

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refuid is only the first installment in I
a full recovery by ourcitizens, .
If you read the judge's order it I
will be clear that we can believe n6thl
ing the city-tells us about the.sewer
and water-system and its financial 1
management City commissioners .
and our citizens should be skeptical
' of any attempt to raise rates. Ours is.
an unregulatqd utility and the people!
to whom'we entrusted its manage--
ment have betrayed our trust.
I take no personal satisfaction in.
writing what Mr. Curtin sees as
these negativearticles;No one likes.
to be involved in suing their home-.
'town;' WeJried to achieve a solution
by talking with'city.managers, the
city attorney and'city. commission-
ers. We' got ho'f Alonse. But I have
learned an important, valuable les-. ,]
son from this experience. That is, we
should be yery grateful to the News- .
Leader as the one place that gives
voice to those who believe 'local pub-i
lic policies must change, Today, our
neighbors understand the compleki-i
ties of impact feesiaridthe truth
about the class action lawsuit
because the News-Leader has always
made its pages accessible to an expol
sition of the issues. I suspect that ha
not always, been easy for the folks at3
the News-Leader. We can take corn-
fort knowing the FourthiEstate is
alive arid well ii Fe inandina.


growth as required






WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11.,2013 NEWS News-Leader


City
MICHAELP,
News-Lea
SOne city comn
Sbe elected this fill
tions. The seat to b
is now held by' C
: Arlene Filkoff.
;. There are five
sioners, each elec
year terms. Two ar
,: year, two the next
Sthe third year.
S Qualifying for
began Friday an
j, through Oct. 7. Qu
Sets may be obtain
SOffice of the City
SAsh St, between tl


election season begins
\RNELL a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday mit petitions is noon Sept. 23. changes
ider through Friday. The city clerk coordinates forms ar
A candidate seeking to qual- all municipal elections with the lowing lo
nissione- will ify for a city commission seat' Nassau County Supervisor of Office, Ci
1 in city elec- must be a registered voter in Elections and is the official filing Nassau C
e determined the city; file qualification papers officer for candidates seeking Elections
commissioner during the qualifying period; elective office in the city. County C(
pay an election assessment fee, The ejection is scheduled St.; or t
city commis- $120, equal to 1 percent of the Nov. 5, with a runoff election Supervisc
'ted to three- annual salary of a commission- on Dec. 11 if necessary. 96135 Na
e elected one er, which is $12,000; and quali- -A straw ballot for mayor also Yulee.
Then one in fy by either paying an addition- will be on the ballot. The mayor For ac
al 3 percent of the annual salary, is elected by the commission, on register
the election $360, or file a petition with the which by custom follows the the Nassa
d continues signatures of 1 percent of reg- choice of the voters, of Electior
alifying pack- istered voters (8,713) in the last The new mayor and com- iwww.yote
ied from the city general election, which mission will take office on Dec. Check
y Clerk, 204 would be 89 valid petition sig- 18. www.fbfl.t


he hours of 8


natures. The deadline to sub-


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tioninfonr


TALLAHASSEE -'Electric
utility customers in Florida are
targets Of a scam involving
fraudulent phone calls from
individuals impersonating util-
ity company employees.
The Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) is warning
customers to beware of calls
.threatening immediate electric
service disconnection and
directing the customer to pur-
chase a' prepaid debit card to


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Spay their bill. When the cus-
,,tomer calls back the "utility rep-
resentative," the scammer asks
for the -debit card's receipt
'number and PIN number,
allowing access t6 the card's
funds. In some cases, the scam-
mers ask for the customer's
credit card information and
numbers.
Some. thieves are using
caller ID 1 spdofing; making it
appear that the calloriginates


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CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH

CURRENT BOARD VACANCIES
September 6,2Q13
The City Commission will be accepting resumes for the
following City boards/committees for current vacancies:
UflAUTI *>'Q'" *


Arts and Culture Nassau ..
Board of Adjustments '
Board of I ustees General Employee Pension
Code Enforcement Board. .


If you are a City resident and interested in serving on one of the
above boards/committees, please visit our website (www.fbfl.us)
for an application or contact ,th.e Clerk's., office, 2904 Ash Street,
Fernandina Beach, Florida (904-310-31 i5).


S2 vacancies
1 vacancy
1 vacancy
3 vacancies


fi.om the customer's utility
Company, and the scamm'ers.
have become aggressive
when their legitimacy is ques-
tioned. '
Remindersfor electric utili-
ty customers:
Utility companies never,
ask for or require a prepaid
debit card for bill payments.
S Utility companies do not
immediately disconnect delin-
quent accounts; customers


o current registration,
e available at the fol.
cations: City Clerk's
ity Hall, 204 Ash St.;
County Supervisor of
S Office, Nassau
courthouse, 402 Centre
he Nassau County
or of Elections Office,
issau Place, Suite 3,
Iditional information
ring to vote, contact
au County Supervisor
ns at 491-7500 or visit
nassau.com.
Sthe city website,
is, for up-to-date elec-
mation.


receive, several notices before
disconnection.
Utility companies never
call a customer seeking per-
sonal information or credit card
numbers.
In the field, utility compa-
ny employees carry picture
identification badges.
If you think you are a vic-
tim, immediately call your local
police department anid call your
utility company.


Tax Collectors


Office reopens
The Nassau County Tax the closure, the office was also
Collector's Office located at reconfigured with a waiting
the Nassau County Court-, area and new workstations.to
house in downtown Fernan- provide increased customer
dine Beach has reopened and privacy.
is now accepting customers. The courthouse is open
The office was closed in weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5
August for state-mandated p.m. Driver license services
computer upgrades; During end at 4 p.m.'daily.



POLITICS IN BRIEF


GOPwomen
The first Federated
Republican Women of
Nassau County fall meeting
will be Friday with Nassau
Count'Office of Manage-
ment and Budget Director/
Assistant CountyManager'
Shanae Jones serving as
guest speaker.. ,
Asocial begins at 11:30
a.m. with the' meeting at
11:45 and lunch at 12:45.
Contact GailBiondi with
reservations at':
GJBiondi@comcast.niet or
261-8793. "
DemIocraticCub
The Democratic Club of
Amelia Island's next dinner ,
meeting is scheduled to be
held atthe Fernandina
Beach Golf Club, 28 0 Bill
Melton Road. on Tuesday.
-Sept 24. The doors, will open
at 6 p.m. with dinner served
*'at 7 A cash bar will be avail-
able throughout the evening
Speaker will be Tammy
Davis, a club member.
whose topic will' be income
Inequality, Wage Disparities


a k and the
Minimum. :
Wage." She
.i is an ass..oci- '
ate profes,
sor of man-
agement,
with the..'
Jpones Universityof
________ Houston ,., ,
Downtown.,
and is also certified as a sen-
ior'professional in human"
resource management.
To reserve, send a check .
for $15'per person, payable.
to DCAI, to DCA1/RPO. Box
16022/Fernandina Beach FL
32035. Checks may also be
dropped off at Democratic
Party.Headquarters located
at the corner. df Eighth and
'Date streetsi. " "... .
For information or to
reserve by phone or eifriail; ,
contact Jean DesBarres, at
432-8992 or jeandesbar- '
res@gmail.c6m;.
Democratic Parrt
Headquarters is back t6 its
winter schedule and is open
and staffed by volunteers,
from 10-4 Monday-Friday '
and 10-12,on Saturdays, ..


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CITY OF FERNANDINABEACH
PUBLIC NOTICE"

The City of Fernandina Beach Will hold a public
meeting on Friday, September 13, 2013 at 2:00-
p.m. at the Peck Center Reception Room, 516
South 11th Street. The sole purpose of the public
hearing will be to discuss a grant application to
be submitted to the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection, Florida Recreation
Development Assistance program, for renovation
of the tennis courts including fencing, at Central
Park. The public or any interested persons are
invited to attend.








WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 NEWS News-Leader


COURT REPORT


The following report was
compiled by Angela Daughtry,
News-Leader staff, from the
Sept. 5 court -docket of Circuit
Court Judge Robert M. Foster
Tommie Siason Albertie
pleaded not guilty to possession
of cocaine, no citation, and pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
cannabis, no citation.
Christina Ann Bell plead-
ed guilty to felony battery or
domestic battery with strangu-
lation and was adjudicated
guilty. She was sentenced to 18
months in a state prison, fol-
lowed by 12 months probation
and must comply with all rules
of probation. She must pay $418
in court costs, $352 in sur-
charges, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
.the State Attorney's Office.
Adam Wayne Betts plead-
ed guilty to production of
methamphetamine and was
adjudicated guilty. He was not
prosecuted on a charge of pos-
session of a listed chemical with
intent to manufacture a con-
trolled substance. He was sen-
tenced to. 18 months in state
Prison, follQwed by 18 months of
drug offender probation, a drug
and alcohol'evaluation, within
60 days and to follow up with
any recommended treatment.
In a second case he pleaded
guilty to criminal attempt to
solicit or conspire third degree
and was adjudicated guilty. He
received the same sentence as
his first case, to run concur-
rently. He was ordered to pay a
total of $1,036 in court costs,
$300 to the Public Defender's
- Office and $200 to-'the. State
Attorney's Office.
- 'Christopher Douglas
Brown pleaded not guilty to pos-
session with intent to sell, deliv-
er, manufacture or purchase
marijuana.
-Ashley Grace Butler
pleaded guilty to a lesser-includ-
ed charge of possession of
cocaine, possession of less than
N 20 grams of cannabis, no cita-
tion, and possession of con-
trolled substance parapherna-
lia and was adjudicated guilty.
She was sentenced. to time
served in Nassau County Jail
-followed by18 months drug
offender probation with random.


urinalysis and must have a
drug/alcohol evaluation and fol-
low up with treatment.
Probation may be terminated
after 12 months if in full com-
pliance. Probation may be trans-
ferred to another county. She
was ordered to pay $518 in
court costs, $100 to the State
Attorney's Office and $150 to'
the Public Defender's Office.
Brandon Capps pleaded
guilty to fleeing or eluding
police, resisting arrest, driving
while license suspended or
revoked and 'no motorcycle
endorsement and was adjudi-
cated guilty. He was sentenced
to 13 months in a state prison, to
run concurrently with a
Seminole County case and
ordered to pay a total of $836 in
court costs, $300 to the Public
Defender's Office. and $200 to
the State Attorney's Office.
R Carol Anne Chase pleaded
guilty to grand theft of a con-
trolled substance and was adju-
dicated guilty. She'was sen-
tenced to 30 days in Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served, followed by 18 months
drug offender probation. She
must submit to random urinal-
ysis and undergo a drug/alco-
hol evaluation and follow up
with any-recommended treat-
merit. She must have no victim
contact She was ordered to pay.
$518 in court costs, $350 in. resti-':
tution, $150 to the Regional
Conflict Counsel and $100 to
the State Aftorney's Office..
Justin Bryon Creamer
pleaded guilty to driving while
license suspended, habitual
,offender, and was adjudicated
guilty. He was not prosecuted on
a charge of leaving the scene
of an accident involving unat-
tended property. H was sen-
tenced to eight months in jail
with credit for time served, in
the Matrix Program in Duval
County, to run concurrently
with a Duval County sentence.
He may be released early upon
successfully completing the pro-
gram and required conditions.,
He was ordered to pay $418 in,
court costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and-$100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
I JohnnyAlan Dale pleaded
guilty to felony battery and adju-


dication was withheld. He was
not prosecuted on charges of
felony battery or domestic bat-
tery with strangulation and
aggravated battery with a dead-
ly weapon. He was sentenced
to 78 days in Nassau County Jail
followed by five years probation
and must enroll in and complete
a 26-week emotional manage-
ment training program and a
. drug/alcohol evaluation and
treatment program. He was
ordered to pay $418 in court
costs, $352 in surcharges and
$100 to.the State Attorney's
Office. Restitution is reserved.
Amber .Briann Dixon
pleaded not guilty to grand theft
Douglas Alexander Frew
pleaded guilty to aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon
without intent to kill, domestic
battery, obstructing or oppos-
ing a police officer without vio-
lence and domestic battery. A
sentencing hearing is set for
Sept 12.
Ronnie Lee Hass pleaded
guilty to sale or delivery of
cocaine and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to 13
months in a state prison with
credit for time served since
June 11. Ware County has a
hold on Haas, and if it promises
to return him to Florida, they
may have him. He was ordered.
to pay $518 in court costs, $150.
to the Public Defender's Office
and $100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Ajury trial date of Oct. 14
was set for Harvey McAurthur
Jr., charged with possession of
a controlled substance.,
A jury trial date of Nov.
18 was set for Laquavious Lester


Hooper, charged with attempt-
ed first-degree felony murder,
possession of a firearm con-
cealed weapon by a convicted
felon and sale or delivery of
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
public park.
1* Michael"Gray Jennings

pleaded guilty to driving while
license permanently revoked
and was adjudicated guilty. He
was sentenced.to six months in
Nassau CountyJail followed by
two years probation and ran-
dom urinalysis. He is not to
drive without a valid driver's
license.-He was ordered to pay
$418 in court costs and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Cameron Tyrell Moore
was served an affidavit and
denied a violation of probation
being served for driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender, and possession of
drug paraphernalia.,
Wilbert Leon Morris Jr.
pleaded not guilty to armed rob-
bery, two counts of criminal
attempt to solicit or conspire,
first-degree and grand theft
third-degree, more than $300
but less than $5,000.
: 0 Jennifer M. Preston plead-.
ednot guilty to resisting arrest
with violence, battery on a law
enforcement officer, criminal
' mischief over $200- but under,
$1,000 and disorderly intoxica-
tion. '
William Christopher Short
pleaded not guilty to using or
possessing an ID of another
person without consent, fraud-
ulent use of a credit card, bur-
glary of a dwelling and grand
theft.
Malcom Swain Shuman


pleaded guilty to possession of
over 20 grams of marijuana and
driving while license suspend-
ed, revoked or canceled with
knowledge, first conviction, and
was adjudicated guilty. On the
first count he was sentenced to
two years probation, with the.
special condition of six months
in Nassau County Jail. On the
second count he was sentenced
to time served in jail. He was
ordered to pay/a $1,000 fine to
Teen Court, $518 in court costs
and $100to the State Attorney's
Office.
David Wayne Spence
pleaded guilty to grand theft
and was adjudicated guilty. He
was sentenced to 28 months in
a state prison, to run concur-
rent with a Duval County case.
He was ordered to pay $418 in
court costs,'$150 to the Public
'Defender's Office and $100 to
the StateAttorney's Office. The
court reserves restitution.
A jury trial date of Nov.
18 was set for Alvin Theodore
Williams Jr., charged with vio-
lation of prpob4tion being served
for two counts of sale or delivery
of cocaine; four counts of pos-
Ssession of c6caine-with intent
to sell, manufacture or deliver
within 1,000 feet of a school;


and one count of possession
with intent to sell, deliver, man-
, ufacture or purchase cocaine.
Ryan Dexter Wilson
pleaded not guilty to three
counts of arson in the second
degree and two counts of bur-
glary of a conveyance.
Kenneth MichaelWingate
pleaded guilty to domestic vio-
lence battery and adjudication
was withheld. He pleaded guilty
to violation of a domestic vio-
lence protection injunction and
criminal mischief $200 or less
and was adjudicated guilty. On
the first count he was sentenced
to six months in Nassau County
Jailwith credit for time served,
and 18 months probation. He
must enroll in an emotional
'management treatment pro-
gram within 30 days of release
from jail and have no victim'con-
tact On counts two and thre-he
was sentenced to time served.
He was ordered to pay $418 in -
court costs, $352 in surcharges,
i$150 to the Public Defender's
Office and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
A jury trial date of Nov.
18 was set for Antonia Larae'
Young, charged with sale, deliv-
ery, purchase or manufacture-
of marijuana.


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S NOTICE OF APPLICAIIOI
S FOR TAX DEED
jt Traoi LK-.RiA *: 'M-t.TT irTu
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.,number(s) 'and year
; IssiJance, the description
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.. In which it Is assessed are
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Flle'Number, 2013-030-TD
S.Certificate Number: 1156
Parcel Number: 29-2N-25-32
0003-0040 ,
B Year of Issudnce: 2011
Descripflon of Property: BLC
3LOTS4&5INOR128PG3
S.LAKESIDE PARK SUB PB 0/31
i Assessed To'.
CLAUDINE P BRADDOCK E
S. All of the above property
;.located in Nassau Counti
S the State of Florida. "
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SPoldicy Is to hold the sale
11 30 a.m.
S JOHN A. CRAWFORD
,.rLE,, ,..:F cc1i.ifi
DEPUTY CLERK
S.If.you dre a person with
ability who needs any acc<
modatlon in order to. parl
pate In'this proceeding, y
'are entitled. at no cost toy
2 to the provision of certain a
ance. Please contact
ADA Coordinator at (904)
4600 press 0, at least 7 d
before ydur scheduled co
',. appearance, or Immediar
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C tlon if the time before
;" scheduled appearance Is
2. than 7 days; If you are heal
or voice Impaired, call 711
4t 9-4-11-18-25-2013
- 1722
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTH
S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
S IN AND FOR NASSAU'
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:45-2012-CA-
.'000050
THE BANK OF NEWYORK Mv
LON FKATHE BANK OF N
:; YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
2 CERTIFICATEHOLDERS
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Plaintiff,
VS.
; TODD S. BROCKMAN; T
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TO
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SMICHELLE BROCKMAN,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
BRANDY MICHELLE BROIL
:- 'MAN UNKNOWN PERSON
IN
S POSSESSION OF THE SUBJI
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Defendants '
S',, NOTICEOF
FORECLOSURE SALE
S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN p
; suant to a Final Judgment
.' Foreclosure dated August
S2013 and entered in Case'
'. 45-2012-CA-000050, ofi
'7 Circuit Court of the 4th Judli
Circuit In and for NASS
COUNTY, Florlda.THE BANK
: NEW YORK MELLON FKA T
BANK OF NEW YORK,
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFIC/
HOLDERS OF CWABS IN
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFiCAT
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TODD S.'BROCKMAN; BRAN


N IMCHtELLF BROCKUAN. a copy of your witter.n o 10 go to NOsjou Co
S, UNKNOWN PERSONS IN POS- defense, If 'any, to, It on Florida's listing of surplus
SESSION OF. THE SUBJECT ',Johrnathan WIIInsky, Esquire, property, Contact Denn
II.' PROPERTY; are' Defendants. I Brock & Scottff, PLLC,, the dose at 904-845-3615 ft
Swell sell to the highest and best Plainftiff's attorney, whose more Information.
'Ing bidder for cash at NASSAU addresss Is 1501 N.W. 49th ATTEST:
:6cr. COUNTY..JUDICIAL ANNEX,., Steet.Sulte2 ?,FT.Lauderdde,. JOHN A CRAWFORD
o06 MAIN ENTRANCE, 76347 VET- 33309, onor before OctoberA EX-OFFCIO CLERK
ate. ERANSWAY. YULEE, FL 32097; 2013,andcflletheorIglralwlth DANIEL B. LEEPER
of AT 76347 VETERANS WAY.YULEE the Clerk of this Court either CHAIR,
i of IN NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA before servlce.on Plaintiff's BOARD OF COUNTY CO
e(s) 32097, at 11:30 a.m., on the 1st attorney or Imrmedlatelythere- MISIONERS `
D as day of October'2013, the fol- after; otherwise a default will NASSAU COUNTY FLORII
lowing described property as oe enteed against you fo' the It 09-11-2013
set forth In sald Final relief aerranaea in the corn-. 1739.
Judgment, to wit: plaiort or petition--
200- TRACT 38 OF CLAXTON ACRES, DATED on August 23,2013. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT John Crawford '"I FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRI
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN As.ClejkoftheCourt IN AND FOR NASSAU C
iCK PLAT BOOK 5,"PAGE 257-259,' /s/ Megan Sawyer. TY FLORIDA
392 OF THE'PUBLIC RECORDS OF As Deputy Clerk CASE NO: 1 1-CA-54
6. .yjASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2t09-4-11-2013 KELLY SLON, "
And all fixtures 'and personal 1718 Plaintiff,
ST. property located therein or .....---- Vs.
y is thereon; which are Included IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE ANN DEKAY EVANS, IndMv
SIn as security In PlaIntiff's mort- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' and as Trustee of the Jo
Sgage. OF FLORIDA, Evans' UIving TrustiJOl
hdl A person claiming an inter- IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY EVANS, Trustee of the',Jo
i to est In thesurplus from the sale, GENERAL JURISDICTION Eoorns LjogT.jsi"
Sir, if any, other than the property DIVISION Delenaanh
re', owners ofthe dateofthells CASE NO.; 2012-CA-000485 "NOTICE OF SALE
-,s" pendensmustfIleaclainwllh- THE BANK OF NEWYORK MEL- Notice Is hereby giver
I-E In 60 days after the sale. LON FKA. THE BANK OF NEW pursuant to an order of c
JDi- Dated this 27 day of August, YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE ma.ry final Judgment of
'.: 2013. CERIFICATEHOLDERSOFTHE closure entered In the c
0-7, JOHN A CRAWFORD CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED -cdptloned 'actio I wills.
s- M As Clerk of said Court CERTIFICATES. SERIES 2006-13, property situated In N.
2:00 By: /s/Tracy Poore ; Plaintiff, County, Florida, Describ,
fflce As Deputy Clerk vs. Lois 28 and 29. Bloc
at This Notice is provided, In. JAMESYAMNITZ et ol., '' LOFTOCrJ BLUFF ONIT
accordance with the Defendants. according 'to the Plat hfr
Americans with Dsabilifs Act, NOTICE OF ACTION as recorded.In Plat Bc
If you are a person with a dis- 'TO:,JOYCE SZABO, 44373 Page(s) 92-93, of the F
dbllltywho n6edssanyaccom- MAPLEWOOD COURT,. Records of Nassau Co
riodatlon In order to partlcl- CALLAHAN, FL 32011" Rorlida,
pate in this proceeding, you UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF at public sale on Oc
dis- areenttled, at ho costtoyou, ,JOVCESZABO, 7, 2013 at 11:30 a.m, t
am- to the provision of certain assis-' 44373 MAPLEWOOD COURT, highest bidder, for
tcl-' tance. Please contact the CALLAHAN, FL32011 exceRtassetforthhereir
you ADA Coordinator at(904)548- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS atthe front door of the N
Vou,- 1'4600. press 0, at least 7 days STATED, CURRENT RESIDENCE County Judicial Annex,
ssis- before your scheduled court UNKNOWN, Veterans WayYulee, Flr
the appearance, or Immediately YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED accordance' with Se
548- upon receiving this notifica- that qn action to foreclose a 45.031, Florida Statutes (
ays tion If the time before the Mortgage covering the fol- Witness my hand ani
durt scheduled appearance Is less .'lowing redal and personal prop- of said Court this 26 d
rely than 7 days If you are hearing erty described as follows, to- August, 2013.
ca- or voile Impaired, call 711. wit: JohnA. Crawford
the 2t 09-04-11-13 LOT 15; BLOCK 2, WOOD- As Clerk of Court
less 1731 LAND ESTATES UNIT.TWO, AS /Ist/Tracy, Poore
ring .......-- -- PER PLATTHEREOF, RECORDED Deputy Clerk
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 4A. 4, 2t 9-11-18-2013
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND 48, OF, THE PUBLIC 11740 '"-
IN ANDFOR NASSAU RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- ---.
COUNTY. FLORIDA V. FLORIDA NOTICE OF INTENTION
GENERAL JURISDICTION has een file against you' ., CONSIDER
DIVISION anayouareeQuireatoserl.le ENACTMENT OF ORDINJ
Cqse No.: 13CA000268AXYX' a copy of you atinenaetarn-. NOTICE Is hereby
Brnk of America, N.A. es. If any, to It on Stephanie that the Board of ,Ci
Plaintiff, Galvirn, McCalla Raymer,.LLC, Commissioners 'of Ni
vs .... '. :. -225 E. Robinson St. Suite 660, 'County, Florida, at a Re
Brandon A. Caulder a/k/a '.Orlardo, FL:32801 and file the meeting to be hekl
Brandon Caulder; Unknown original wIth the Clerk of the Monday,' the 23rd do
IEL- Spouse of BrandonA Caulder above-styled Court on or September, 2013 at 7:0
EW a/k/a Brandon Cauldlr; U.S. before 30 days from the first In the Commission Chan
Bank National Association, as. .publIcation, otherwise a located at the James S.
OF Trustee, Successor In Interest Judgment may be entered' Governmental Corr
of Bank of America, Natlonbia against you for the relief 96135 Nassau Place, ,
RIES Association as Trustee as demanded In the Complaint. Florlda;Intends.to consIc
Successor by Merger to Lasalle WITNESS my hand and seal of adoption the following
Bank National Association, as said Court on the 23 day of posed ordinance:
Trustee for Certiflcateholders August, 2013. I'.. ORDINANCE NO.'201
THE 6f Bear Stearns Mortgage JohnA.Crawford ., AN ORDINANCE 0
)DD Funding Trust 2006-SL5, M6rt- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BOARD OF COUNTY COI
IDY gage-Backed Certificates, As Clerk of the Court SIONERSQF, NASSAU CC
THE Series 2006-SL5; Unknown BY/s/ Megari Sawyer FLORIDAAMENDINGTHE
OF Tenant #1; UnknownTenant#2 ,DeputyClerk SAU COUNTY CODE OF
CK- Defendants, 2t,9-4-11-2013. NANCES TO REPEAL
J(S) NOTICEOFACTION- '1724 .. NANCE NO. 2011-15


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S.CONSTRUCTIVE.SERVICE
TO: Brandon A.Caulder a/k/a -
Brandon Caulder; Unknown
Spouse of Branrdon A, Caulder
a/k/a Brandon Caulder
Last Known Address: 870956
Kipling Drive, Yulee, FL 32097
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
That an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property in Nassau County,
Florida:
LOT 21, BELLS RIVER ESTATES
PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLATTHEREOF.,AS RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 7,.PAGES 90
THROUGH. 92 INCLUSIVE, OF
THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been fied against you
and you are required to serve


S BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
L. EGAL NOTICE
S Sale of Surplus Property
Nassau County will sell the
following surplus property via
Internet auction. The ltem(s)
will be listed at I
GovDeals.com web site,
20001 HYDRAUUC TRUCK
CONVEYOR
VIN# B0051212301
Interested parties may
view a description of the
vehicle and summlt.a bid at
the following website
Shttp:;//www.GovDeals.com.
Upon accessing the website,
enter "nassau" In the search


ADOPT. A NEW FLOOD
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MISSION WITH RESPECT
MATTER CONSIDERED
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ATTEST: BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS OF
COUNTY FLORIDA
/s/JOHN A.CRAWFC
BY:/s/DANIEL B. LEEP
Its: Ex-Offlclo Clerk
Its: Chairman
IndMvduals with d
needing a reason
commodatlon to pc
In this proceeding sho
tact the Office of the
Clerk to the Board o
Commissioners at lea
ty two (72) hours pri
proceeding at (904) l
or. If the 'hearingir
Florida Relay Service
955-8770 (v) or 1-
8'71(TCD)
2r 9.11.18-.2013
1741'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURI
FOURTH JUDICIAL C
IN AND FOR NAW
COUNTY, FLORI
CASE NO.:
45-2011-CA-OOA
SEC.: A
CITIMORTGAGE,INC.,
Plaintiff,
V. .
GARY E. MCCLELLAN
ANN MCCLELLAN; A
ALL UNKNOWN
CLAIMING BY, TH
UNDER, AND AGAINST
DEFENDANTS) WHO
KNOWNTO BE DEAD
WHETHER SAID UN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM
EST AS SPOUSES,
DEVISEES, GRANTEDE
'OTHER CLAIMANT,
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF SA
NOTICE IS HERE
pursuant to an Orde
Summary Judgm
Foreclosure dated A
2013, entered In Civil
S45-2011 -CA-00045.6
Circuit Court of the
Judicial Circuit In
Nassau County, Florida
In the Clerk of the Circ
will sell to the highest
cash on 3, day of 0
2013, at 11:30. a.m
Nassau Judicial Anne
County Courthouse, it
erty situated In Nassau
Florida, 76347 Veteri
Yulee, Florida 32097, nr
the following describe
erty as set forth In I
Judgment, to wit:
TRACT 39, YULEE
PER PLAT THEREOF, RE-
IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAG
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
SAU COUNTY, FLORID
TOGETHER WITH CC
MOBILE HOME VIN#I
1569B
S Any. person clali
interest In the surplus
sale, If any, other t
property owner as of
of the Lis Pendens rr
claim within 60 days'
sale.
ATTENTION: PERSONS'
ABILITIES
If you are a person


30 a mr aisabilitt who reeas an) aolity who neeas a.3n/ accoT.-
except accommodation In order to moaation ir, order to partici
S "participate in this proceeding, pare in nlis proceeding y-u .
TEDTO BE you are entitled, at no cost to are entrtlea. at no cost to you
iARDi IF A you, to the provisIon of certain to the prossion ol certain asss-
APPEAL assistance, Please contact lance Please contact the
XE BY THE ADA Coordlnator, .Nassau 'ADA Coorairator at (904) 548.
)R COM- County FL .' 4600 press 0 at least 1 aays
:TTO'ANY Phone:(904) 630-2564 before your scheauiied court
) AT SUCH crtlntrp@co)j.net appearance, or immeaialety
G, HE OR IDATED AT FERNANIDINA upon receding this notihca-
CORD OF' BEACH, FLORIDA THIS 29 DAY tlon If the time before the
kND.THAT, OF August, 2013. scheduled appearance Isless
E, HE OR /s/Tracy Poore lhon 7 aays.if you are hearing
ISURETHAT JOHN A.CRAWFORD 'or voice Impaired, cadl 711
D OFT -THE CLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT 4t9-ll-18-25-2013& 10-2-2013
MADE.' NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 1744
LUDESTHE 21 9-11-16-2013 -
VIDENCE 1742 NOTICE OF APPLICATION
kPPEAL IS ------ ...: ". FORTAXDEED .
NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN
f Courtly Notice Is hereby glven that That FLORIDA COMMUNITYi
continue on 10/8/13 at 10:00A.M.,'or BANK. .
alters: thereafter, at .CubeSivnart The holderofthe following
COUNTY #0323.1678S 81h ST.in the city certlificate(s) has f1ed sa cer-
F NASSAU of FernaDaina Beach state of ticate(s) for a tax deea to e'
-' Floriaa The unaersignea. WIsuea thereon The certificate
DRD CuoeSmart *0323 will sell at numbers) ard year of
ER. Ruiic Sale oy corrmpelitive o- : Issuance, the aescriptiron ol
daing the personal property the property, ana ft6 narri(s) -
S heretofore stored worth the in which It is assessed are as
Uisabilities undersigned by. follows: -
able ac- Space L15-. Denrnis Rely ie Number: 2013-034-TD
irtlclpate Space IB15-EmivLRicho ,.. pertlflcate Number 573, .
)uldcon- Space # A. Erick G Knight Parcel NUmber:.
Ex-OflcIo -Space 8 833 Carlo Gola d 24-2N24-0000-0012-0010
)f County AKA;,CarlOscar Gold Jr.--' Year of Issuance: 2011
3st seven- Space FI8-8 .Desicrilption of Property: .
ortothe i bwayneASmallwood PT OF El/2 OF SEI/4 IN OR
548-4660; Space A55 Keith J PadlJett :1626/ 205 ,
npalred. Space A1 7 Qulntin nBlue Assessed To
at 1-800- .A1l itemr, in sitoiage contain IND'MAC BANK FS8
-800-955- nouLr.ehoia items unless otne- All of Ine arjove proerty is';
wise'rnentloned. locate in r .sau Courty In,
2t 9-11-18-2013 the State of Rorlda. .
1743 Unless such certificate(s)


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and for
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bidder for
October,
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the prop-
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ans Way,
vlatlve.to.
)bd prop-
the Final
HILLS, AS
CORDED
:E 31, OF
SOF NAS-
A.
)*NTACH
1569A &
ming an
from the
han the
the date
nust file a
after the'
WITH DIS-
on with a


NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
AIA rowing. LLC gives
notice of foreclosure of lien
and Intent to sell vehicles, pur-,
suant to subsectlqn 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes,, on
09/26/2013, at 10:00 am. At
86196 Overstreet Ln.Yulee, FL
Al A Towing, LLC reserves the
Right to'accept or reject any
and all bids.
1987 Cadillac .,,
VIN#I 1G6DW51YOH9725156
It 9-11-2013
1756
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
riOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That '.US BANK OJSTODIAN FOR
TRC SPE LLC
The holder of the following
certificate(s) has fled saiold cer-
tificate(s) for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year .o
Issuance, the description of
the property, and the name(s)
In .which It Is assessed are as
follows:
File Number: 2013-033-TD
Certificate Number; 1071
Parcel Number: '
19-2N-25-0000-0051 -000
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
OR 89/113 & IN OR 912/1687
ESMT IN OR 288/746
Assessed To:'
CRYSTAL I LLC
All of the above property Is
located. In Nassau County, In
the State of Florida.'
Unless such certificate(s)
sI-a be redeemed according
to law, the property described
In such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAiN
.ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE,
FL onthe 15lthdayof October,
2013, between the hours of
11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. The
Clerk of Court's Office Policy Is
to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person With dis-


shall be redeemed according"
Sto law, the property described
In such certificate or certifi-
cates, will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE,
FL on the 15th day of October,
2013, between the hours of
S11:00 am. and.2:00 p.m. The
Clerk of Oourt'sOffice Policy Is
to hold the sale at 11:30 a.m.
JOHN A, CRAWFORD
NASSAU'COUNTY
CLERK-OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK ,
If ou are O'Dpersor, with di'.-
ablity who neeas an Oaccom-
modation in oraer to partici-
pate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
,to the provision of certain assIs-
tance'. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0. at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or Immediately
.upon receiving this notifica-
tion If the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days If you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
4t9- 1-18-25-2013& 10-2-2(n 3
.1745
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE CASE NO.
2013-CP-000225 -
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
.MARTIN;C, PETERSEN
Deceaqsed. ..
NOTICE TO.CREDITORS.
The administration of the
estate of Martin C. Petersen,
deceased, whose date of
death was May 13, 2013, Is
pending In the' Circuit Court
for Nassau County, Florida,
Probate DivisIon, File Number
2013-CP-000225; the address
of which Is 76347 Veteran's
Way, Suite 456, Yulee, FL 32097.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hay-


Inq colr,; Or aerr'3.d'; ,i.aqarl
. aecea i-ii i e,'ilole orn Air,,',T,"
a cop,' ol th'. noll- ii
reqijirc~a to a1c -in ,eo mrua. 11i?*
m eir ci.irr, a .iir, rr ,.:.-u.n
WIiHINTj HIE J.IRO CF '
MONTI-i cFEr, THE TIME -:.,-
THE FKSI PRLiBL.iCAriCO Ot l C I-L
NOTICE -.-7,P o DA,': AFFTEr, TiE
DATE OF SERfI2E OF A C-.,P.'
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
S 'All other creditors 'of the.
aeceaei a'na Otra'r c.-,,-,,
hair.g claims' O1 Oemar.a.
again, leceaenl'r e1rle
must file ItiR claimrr; wth ,ii ,
court WiTHIN 3 MONTH AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PIJsU-
CAIION OF THi'S NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS I401 iO FILE
WITHIN.THE TIME PERIODS SET
'FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF'
THE FLOPIDS PrO fg E CODE
WiLL BE- FC.RE. EF PfiarED
TscETl-~srl/inj-G rhTI-IEsr
PERIODS SET FO('iriH .ABC- .E
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
'/EARS OR MOPE AFIEI? IHE-
DECEDENT c DAIE OF DEATH
I? BARRED
Tne aae ol first uxocatior,.
ot this Notice is
September 11.2013. .,
Attorney forPersonal
Representative: ,
Thomas M.VanNess, Jr.; Esq.
Fioroa Bar No 0W57750
VornNess & Varones, PA
1205 tiort-, Me.n,',.g I r'. va
Crystal Ri.r, FL.3442<
352-7Q95-14=
tmv@vannesspa.com '
Personal Representative;:
SMartin H. Petersen "-,
3111 Paces Mill Road A-250
Atlanta, GA 30339'
t9-11-18-2013
1746 ,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY COMMISSION,
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
a Public Hearing Is scheduled '
for Tuesday. September 24,
S2013. at 4:00 PM In the City
Commission Chambers, 204
Ash Street Fernandlna BeachK
Florida to consider the .follow-
Ing Ordinances: .' .
ORDINANCE 2013-25,
AN ORDINANCE OF, THE
CITY COMMISSION OFTHE CITY
OF -FERNANDINA> BEACH.-
FLORIDA,. REQUESTING A 3%
INCREASE. TO WATER .,AND
SEWER RATES FOR THE OPERA-
TION OF THE CITY'S WATER AND
SEWER SYSTEM; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; ANID PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Interested parties may
appear at said hearing and
be heard as to the advlsablll-, .
ty .of any action, which may
be considered. Any persons .
with disabilities requiring
accommodations In order to
participate In this program or
activity should contact 277-
7305, or TTY/TDD 711 (for the
hearing or speech Impaired)
at least 24 hours In advance to
reauesi .uch accommoda-
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO
APPEALANY DECISION MADE
BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION
WITH RESPECTTO ANY MATTER
CONSIDERED AT SUCH' HEAR-
ING, S/HE WILL NEED TO
'ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
'INGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD
INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND
EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
APPEAL IS TO BE BASED,
Copies of the application
may be Inspected In the office
of the-City Clerk City Hall, 204
Ash Street, between the hours
of 8:00 AM- 65:00 PM, Monday
through Friday, For information
on the application, please
contact the Staff 'of the City,
Clerk's Office at 310-3115.
It 9-11-2013
1747
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SLEGALNOTICES
ALONG.SADLEASTERY.RIGHT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:45-2010-CA-
000309-AXXX-YX
NEWEST BANK FSB
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH L. RICHARDSON, III
A/K/A. JOSEPH LEE RICHARD-
SON; JUDITH NICHOLS
RICHARDSON; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC.; COLORADO
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK;
CARTESIAN'POINTE PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURtE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order Resched-
ullng Foreclosure Sale dated
August 23,2013 and entered In
Case No. 45-2010-CA-000309-
AXXX-YX of the drcuit Court ofr
the 4th Judicial Circuit In and
for NASSAU COUNTY, Florida.
NEWEST BANK FSB.Js Plaintiff
and JOSEPH L RICHARDSON, ill
A,/KIA JOSEPH LEE RICHARD-
SON. JUDITH NICHOLS
RICHARDSON; UNKNOWN PER-
SON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY; MORT-
PAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-.
TION SYSTEMS, INC.; COL-
ORADO FEDERAL SAVINGS
BANK' CARTESIAN POINTE
PROPERTY. OWNERS ASSOCIA-
StlON, INC.; are Defendants. I
vill sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
MAIN ENTRANCE, 76347 VET-
ERANSWAY YULEE. FL 3209,. AT
76347 VETERANS WAYYULEE IN
NIASSAU COUNTY,' FLORIDA
p2097, at 11:30 a.m., on the 1st
day of October, 2013, the fol-
.owing ae'ctiin-d prc.p-rt,. a
se' icnr. ri, oi. Firal
JuagrierI C. 1.i
LOT 38 CF C;RTESIE II P.,INIE
.NIT 3, ACCORDING TO THE
FPLAT THEP('jF >,S TRECORDED
IN PL./-T BC,',, 7 PAGES 124
[HirCLIGH 127 OF IHE PIJULIC
T.E CO C..r'SC.2F I i ,.S.J GC..i il.
r Lcc ,'P i ..ijC .1 .
*FLOPC.riD
". a i'.'jr. ci.dir.r.;g ', lrl I :l
SIrnE urpl- I..nr i 11S1 "Srie IT
r, y olter mrar, Ire c roprt,
o* rel.I oa:l the dl', r MA hi.;
: penaeenrrmuttilEac,.'rr., ,i-rr,
in 60 aa,: aoner tro, mie
Daied rt-: 27 day of Augu.l
2013.. ... ,
"1OHN A. CRAWFORD "
SksClerk of said Court
By:/s/Tracy Poore
"As Deputy Cildirk
This Notice, is oralded ir,
t*ccordance A-,i.' the
Anrerlcans with Disablifies Act,
you are a person with a dis-
obilily. who eeds any accom-
modation In order to partici-
pate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
S. t6 the provision of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904)548-
4600 press 0, at- least'7 days
'before .your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notifica-
tion if the ,time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7 days; If you dre hearing
6r voice Impaired, call 711.
2t09-04-11-13 .
1:734 ', -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
S FOURTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INAND FORi'NASSAU -'
S COUNTY, FLORIDA
SCASE.NO.: 1-C7.546''
KELLYSLON.,
tcadntiff. ,
Vs .
ANNDEKAY EVANS; ,
Individually and as
Trustee of the
John R. Evans Living Trust; ,
JOHN R;EVANS, .
Trustee of the John R. Evans
.Living Trust,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice Is .hereby given that.
pursuant to an order or a sum-
.mary final judgment of fore-
S closure entered in the above
Scaptioned action, I will sell the,
-property situated In Nassau
. ',Courry .:lrid.3 J.e:.;rlit-a a:;:
Lo., 2 anrd 29 Slock I of
LOiOIJ BLuFF LlriT TWO,
acc iading io ir. Fita it,-ireof
as'; rec.rsdo ir, Pici Book.' 4,
' Page() 9--93, of the Public
esord: of Nassau County,
S FlOtrl a . ,
-" AI Cubjblic l .3ie or, ,'" t.Ol,1r "
2013 c 1i I I 30'3 ,. ,tr,I r.ir,.r
t* : 4 ,:ti+ i.S r .-'3:1r. e.',3 l :;
':e roan, l ',erenrlratr ao II',.-
..'ronl i .coi .: N Ir', ria .'au
Country, iuai.c:.li ,r.nc..- 'C.J
.eirlror; Wa' ..ule -lr l Fi:ri3a ir,
Accordance' with Section
45.031, FlorIda Statutes (1979).
'WITNESS my hand and
secd ofsaidCourt .this 26 day of
August;2013.
JOHNA..CRAWFORD
Clerk of.the 'Circuit Court
S" By:/s/Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t 09-04-11-13
S1735 .

S NOTICE OF SALE
We will sell or otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of the
following units to satisfy the
delinquent storage lien placed
I. lriaccordance with the state
of Florida Statue 83.806.
1]055 Nincy GbolQ,
General Household Goods
n182 Carlene Burnett,
.General Household Goods
2018"Knl .IDi r| 4I ic
lrer,5'tdi Hcu.ei-,cHd *3cc-.;d
2168 1T;r,,, eJ3.JOI:.;
* General Household Goods
r'3'5 Carliue C rii.ju r..:.r ir,c
e;riier.3 H~u :eri.,Id earl
Sale .ill ee cord-,d,..:l-3 S.31 I -
Stov,-A-Way Storage. 463915
State Road 200, Yuiee, Florida
32097 at 10:00 am on
'September 20, 2013. Open
door sale, cash only. A clean-
ing deposit will be taken.
(904)225-1940. This sale Is open
to the public.
2t 09.-04-11-13
1736

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FIl No. 13-CP-000214
DivIsion: B
"IN RE: ESTATE OF *
MICHAEL PATRICK MCGEE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Michael Patrick


McGee, deceased, whose
date of death was June 8,
2013, Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Nassau County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is,- 76347
Veteran's Way, Sulte 456,Yulee;
EL '32097. The, names and
addresses of .the personal reb-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
S' set forth'below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is required
to be served, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF'3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-


CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 301
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2).'.
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF' DEATH
IS BARRED. '
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is September
4,2013.
Attorney for-Personal ,
Representative;
SKatherine B: Schnauss Naugle
'Attorney for '
Christopher R:. McGee,
.Florida Bar No. 514381
... The Law Office Of Katherine
Schnauss Naugle, PL
810 Margaret Street.
Jacksonville, FL. 32204,
Telephone: (904) 366-2703
Fax: (904) 353-9040
E-mail: '
knaugle@jaxlawteam.com
afdrquer@jaxlawteam.com
Personal Reptesentative: '
Christopher R. McGee ,
10940 South Parker Road,,
Suite 305 -
Paorker, Colorado 80134
2t 09-04-11-2013
1716:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
*NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO;,2013-CP-000194'
DIVISION-
in RE ;HE EcTAIEOF
iJE;,hIr.l r, r.CC.T
De, .:oa.e.5
r.ICT.CE IC' CREDr.RS
Ire .rdrr.niltr.riion o ne 'e
E,:lale rG JEAN MARQ RC1OI
s:le;a:-.a jr.doe date 1or
d. -.1 t- ..'a: June 1 h 2013 is :
1 ,r.air..:i r. r.,e Cir.:ull CojrT .
ji.,nir, 'iiclai Circuit ir. an0
for, Nassau County,.Florlda;
Fl o r3GIC.s.CiO. a rhqr adr: z or
" wi'cr, i. J7 ?'ieteor.,: VWa'
.'ul- Ficri.da 32097 The ,
names andaddresses of the
Sper:rorIl rpresentaflie and
t-1he pu ..r:l repreer,enlative'i
tion-.rr are ,e- l6nh below.
A ,ii ciejior; or Itre deceaerir '
jr.: other p 6r.ors -,.aing
claoimr or demarnds against
dec yedr. 6eiale on whno am
" copy cf rr.i;c ntice IS reqiul60-
io be erired must flie their
dlalms .ith iiri court WITHIN
THE LAIER OF IHREE (3),
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME'QF
THE FJRST PUBLICATION O.THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS-'
OF SERVICE OF, A.COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
S All other creditors of the
decedenrt arid other persons'
'. having claims .eo demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE '(3)
MONTHS AFTER'THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE. j .
ALL.CLAIMS.'NOT SO FILED.
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
FERCDSET FOirH .5BCVE. '-M
CLAIM iLEO IDOW (2'. YEARS
OH? .M,'RE -FTER.THE pECE-
DElT'S DATE C' F DEAIH I
BARRED. ; '
The date of first publication
of this notice Is September 4,
S2013.
Daniel M. Copeland, Esquire
Fiorida Bar No 621595
Meloa1 Whaoker -Tlcrien. .
E:quire
'CI.d.L3 -jar lo 0093638
Daniel.M. Copeland.',
Attorney at Law, RA;
9310 ld Klngs.Road, South,
Suite 1501
Jacksonville, FL 32257 .
TelephoneNo.:'(904) 482-0616
F 6csimile'No.: (904).482-0618
E .n-:3i pleading;. .
Sm p.-'F eiXdia.'.c am
L.nismq~i;lc.r
'.. a R..'pt-'..-r.iaru
.Sec ifV B r Pool
4-".21 L.:.r~ boA Cii,,e ;
",r.:nei [.r.lou .3r. iA 3l OB7 .
F r:i:r.i.31 P pre:r-s. lt.ll,-

17171
" :'t 0 .J.l l.;(,ii 3
I 17T I ......... ;'.1,'. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHE
FOURTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
.CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
45.2009-ca-000971
S Division'A '
.' DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE REGISTERED HOLD-
ERS OFTHESOUNDVIEW
Ht',.1E L':.-'[ RIJu: 21)(6.
H L,- n S'3 T-5 Ci.ED CERTIFI-
Ct-.E3 S'EriiES SO_.06-riLCI
'Piainrin
v. r
CORY LWILUAMSA/K/A CORY
WILUAMS; ET. AL,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
'FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
suant.to a Motioi- to Reset Sale
dated August 22, 2013,
entered in Clvil Case No.: 45-
2009-cd-0009/1 of the Circult
Court of,.the Fourth Judicial
Circuit In and for Nassau
County, FlorIda, wherein, .
DEUTSCHE BANK"NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY,' AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE'REGISTERED HOLDERS
OF THE SOUNDVIEIW HOME.
LOANTRUST 2006-NLC1 ,ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES.
2006-NLC1, Is pSlaintiff, and
CORY'LWIlUAMSA/K/ACORY
WILLIAMS," TAMEKA 'G.
WILLIAMS, AMHURST OAKS
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC., ahd MERS AS NOMINEE
FOR FIRST NLC FINANCIALSER-
VICES; 'LC; are Defendant(s).,
JOHN A. CRAWFORD, the"
Clerk of Court shal sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the
Nassau Judidal Ariex located
at 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee,
FL 32097 at 11:30 a.m., on the
day of October 23, 2013, the
following described real prop-
erty as set 'forth In said Final
Summary Judgment, to wit.
LOT 8, AMHURST OAKS,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGE(S) 108, AS RECORDED IN
,THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS-


SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
If you are a person claiming'
a right to funds remdnring after
the sale, you must file a claim'
with the clerk no later than 60
days after the sale. If you fall to
' file a pldim you will not'be enti-
tled to any remaining funds,
After 60 days, only the owner
of record asof the date of the
SUs Pendens may clalmthe sur-
plus. -
WITNESS my hand and seal of
the,court on August 22nd,
2013. -
JOHN A, CRAWFORD.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Amanda Stern
Deputy Clerk
' Attorney for Plaintiff:
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA.


350 Jim Moran Blvd Ste. 100
Deerfleld Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954) 354-3544
Facsimile; (964) 354-3545
RBIlbao@erwlaw.corn
Docservlce@erwiaw.com
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in .this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to provisions of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press 0. at least 7 working
days before your scheduled
court appearance, or Imme-
diately upon receiving this
notification if the time before
the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; If you are
hearing or voice inmpdaired, call
"711 .
2t'9-4-11-2013
1719

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU .
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION,
S CASE NO.:
45-2009-CA-000676
DIVISION: A
US BANK NATIONAL,
.ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR -
STRUCTURED ASSET
SECURITIES CORPORATION
TRUST 2006-GEL4M,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BONNIE A.BICKERSTAFF et ,al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
'. RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS H-IEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order
.'Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
dated August 20Qth. 2013 and
. entered in Case NO. 45-2009-
CA-0Q0676 ,
of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judicial Circuit In and
for NASSAU County, Florida
wherein US BANK NATIONAL
"ASSOCIATION, ASTRUSTEE FOR
STRUCTURED ASSET SECURITIES
CORPORATION TRUST 2006-
GEL4A'Is the Plaintiff and BON- '
NIE. A. BICKERSTAFF; WELLS
,FARGO BANK N:A. CARLTON .
'DUNES CONDOMINIUM ASSO-,
IqIATION, INC.;: are the
'C-ilnaar.r The OCerk of the-
ourLi wil :teli to i-r, highest
,and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX.
76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE
FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the
.24th day of September, 2013,
the following described prop-
erty asset forth in said Final '
Judgment.
UNIT,5401. CARLTON DUNES,.
A CONDOMINIUM. TOGETHER
WITH AN UNDIVIDED SHARE IN
.,THOSE COMMON ELEMENTS
'"APPURTENANT THERETO
ACCORDING TO THE DECLA-
RATION'OF CONDOMINIUM
RECORDED IN \OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 887, PAGE.,
1426, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
"NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH ANY AND ALL
COMMON ELEMENTS OR
APPURTENANCES THERETO
A/K/A 4646 CARLTON DUNES
DRIVE, AMEULIA ISLAND, FL 32034
Any person claiming an Inter-
est In the surplus from the sale,
If any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the
Us Pendens must file a dlaim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
ea.Iol .I n : Court on August
227;013
"'.i .Ol- 3 : -< r| . ..-.,
.i-rk :! Irn., Circuil Court
; e/s/ Tracyoore
deputy ClerR
"* See Americans with
Disabilities Act ,
SIf you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-
modation In order to particl-
, pate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certain assis-
tance please contact the cir-
cult court at (904) 321-5709.
2t 9-4-11-2013
1720 ;.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN ANP FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
S CASINO. ...
45-2009-A-o00bw587
SCOUNTRYWIDEBANK FSB;
Plantiff, .
vs. '
KEITH BR INILE. ijNKtIC.(.W
EPOLISE OF VEilH BRAIfjTLE,' .
HEITH BrAWiILE,. uIiKNI,'IA'
SPOUSE OF KE:IIH BRAJIiLEEI
Ali, lIj D iLL urJE'ri .,wrJ
.PAiTIIES CLir. iFiG B.. ,
IHPOUr.GH iJDErI AND
: AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT'KNOWN TO BE
DEAD ORALIVEWHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN, PARTIES MAY/
CLAIM ANINTEREST AS SPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; '
Defendants.
'NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, In accordance with' te
Default Final Judgmient of,
Foreclosure dated August 20,
2013 entered In Civil Case No.
45-2009-CA-000587 of the
Circuit Court of the FOURTH
Judicial Clrcult in and for
Nassau County, Florida, where-
'in COUNTRYWIDE BANK FSB;
Plaintiff and KEITH BRANTLI. Et
Al; are defendant(s).The Clerk
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the' front
entrance of the NASSAU JUDI-
CIAL ANNEX, 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, FL .32097 IN
ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER
45, FLORIDA STATUTES, at 11:30 "
A.M. on September 25, 2013,
the following described prop"
erty as set forth In said Final
Judgment, to-wit: ","
LOT FIFTEEN (15), SEA CASTLES,.
ACCORDING TO PLAT THERE-
OF RECORDED IN PLAT. BOOK 4
AT PAGE 100 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
"TY, FLORIDA:.
Property Address:
3165 S. FLETCHER AVE UNIT 15
FERNANDINA, FL 32034
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED,
AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE


PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
. TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE
ADA COORDINATOR AT CRT-
INTRP@COJ.NET OR (904)630-
S2564 AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE
'YOUR SCHEDULED COURT
APPEARANCE, OR IMMEDIATE-
LY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTI-
FICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE
THE SCHEDULED APPEARANCE
IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU
ARE HEARING OR VOICE
IMPAIRED, CALL 711.
DATED at Yulee,. Florida, this 22
day of August, 2013.
CLERK JOHN A. CRAWFORD
/s/ Tracy Poore
By: Deputy of Court
2t 9-4-11-2013
1721


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That FLORIDA COMMUNITY
BANK
The holder of the following
certificates) hasftlecl said cer-
tificate(s) for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and the name(s) in
which it Is assessed are as fol-
lows:
File Number: 2013-031-TD
Certificate Number: 2356
Parcel Number:
51-3n-27-4881-0139-0000
Year of Issuance: 2011
Description of Property: TRACT
139 IN OR 964/1193 & OR
1380/1053 R236014 & R2360'15
YULEE HILLS PB 4/31 ,
Assessed To:
CHRISTOPHER C BRAMSTEDT
All of the above property Is
located in Nassau County, in
'the State of Florida.
Unless such certificate(s) shall
be redeemed according to
law, the property described in
such certificate or certificates
will be sold to the Highest
Bidder at the MAIN ENTRANCE
OF THE NASSAU COUNTY JUDI-
CIAL ANNEX, 76347 VETERANS
WAY, YULEE. FL on the 8th day
of October, 2013, between the
hours of. 11:00 a'm. and 2:00
p.m. The Clerk of Court's Office
'Policy Is to hold the sale at,
11:30 a.m.
JOHNA.CRAWFORD.
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN,.
DEPUTY CLERK '
If you are a person with dis-
qbllily who needs any accom-
modation in older to.partflcl-
pate In this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you,
to the provision of certinassis-
tance,; Please contact'the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4600 press'0, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving .this notifica-
tion If the time before the
scheduled appearance is less
than 7days;fI you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
4t 9-4-11-18-25-2013
1723

REZONING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on Monday, the 23rd day of
September 23, 2013 at 7:00
p.m. the Board of County
Commissioners of' Nassau
County wil hold a public hear-
ing to consider application
No.R1 3-004 for rezoning at the
Commission Chambers,. James
S. Page Complex location
concerning 'the following
described property in Nassau
County.
'Location for the above
described property Is: On the
east side of SR 200 at the end
of Christian Road.
R13-004 proposes to rezone
approximately 24.28 acres
from Open Rural Residential General 1 (RG-1).
This application is filed by: DB
Florida Company, LLC. owner
and Gillette and Associates,
Inc., agent.
All interested parties are invit-
ed to attend the public hear-
ings and to be heard. Copies
of the Application and sup-
porting information are avail-
able for Inspection in the office
of the Nassau County Growth
Management Department..
96161 Nassau Place, Yule.k FL
; 32Q97 Comments meryalso. be
directed In writing to the
Growth Management
Departrnnt, emaled to agre-
gory@nassaucouhtyfl.com, or
received by telephone at
(904) 491-7328. All comments
will become a part of the
record in this matter.
This hearing will be con-
ducted as -a quasi-judicial
hearing.
Persons with disabiies requir-
ing accommodations in order
to particpate In this program
or activity should contact the
Growth Management
Department (904) 491-7328, or
Florida Relay Servlce (1-800-'
955-8771) at least twenty4-four
(24) hours in advance -4to
request such accommoda-
tion.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
SBOARD,'AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
MEETING OR HEARING, HE WILL
NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGSAND.FOR THAT PUR-
POSE, MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE;
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
TO. BE.BASED..
SThe Board of County Com-
missioners may continue hear-
ings on these matters.
.Board of County Commis-
sioners of Nassau County,
Florida Daniel B. Leeper, Chair
2t 9-4-11-2013
1727

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF. FLORIDA
IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO.:
45-2013-CA-000236
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff.,
vs.
CONSTANCE A HOYLE'et al.,
.Defendants... .
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ELVA S. STEVENSON
43347 LARSEN RD, .
CALLAHAN FL 32011
THE HILLS AT THOMAS CREEK
INC., C/O NESBIIT THOMAS JR.,
AS REGISTERED AGENT, 4252 ST
JOHNS AVENUE. JACK-
SONVILLE. FL32210 ,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STAT-
ED, CURRENT RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
Mortgage covering the fol-
lowing real and personal prop"
erty described as follows, to-
wit:
A PORTION OF LOT 15. OF
BLOCK 4. OF THE HILLS AT
THOMAS CREEK, AS PER PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGES 65 TO 69, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID


PORTION BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS;
COMMENCE, AT THE SOUTH-
WESTERLY CORNER OF SAID
LOT 15, OF BLOCK 4AND RUN
NORTH 28 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE WESTERLY UNE OF
,SAID LOT 15 A DISTANCE OF
327.65 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING;THENCE CONTIN-
UE NORTH 28 DEGREES 58 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID WESTERLY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 291.33 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 61 DEGREES 01
MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST,
161.01 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 25
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 286.64 FEET;


THENCE SOUTH 56 DEGREES 57
MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST.
143.98 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. THIS PARCEL CON-
TAINS 1.0 ACRES MORE OR
LESS.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUB-
SJECT TO A 30.00 FOOT EASE-
MENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS, A PORTION OF LOT 15,
BLOCK 4, OF THE HILLS AT
THOMAS CREEK AS PER PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGES 65 TO 69, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: '
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WESTERLY CORNER OF SAID
LOT 15, CF BLOCK'4; THENCE
NORTH 56 DEGREES 16 MIN-
UTES 54 SECONDS' EAST.'
ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF LARSEN ROAD
94.70 FEET TO THE .POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN-
UE NORTH 56 DEGREES 16 MIN-
UTES 54 SECONDS EAST, 30.31
FEET; THENCE NORTH 25
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 420.21 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 64 DEGREES'27
MINUTES 06 SECONDS WEST,
30.00 FEET; THENCE ,SOUTH 25
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC-
!ONDS EAST, 424.51 FEETTOTHE.
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME DESCRIBED AS FOL-
-LOWS: 2003 HOMES OF MERIT
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME,
TITLE &NUMBERS 88720498 &
88720595; VEHIC-E IDENTIFI-
CATION NUMBERS
FLHML2F176627306A &
FLHML2F176627306B. .
has been tiled a,,rair ',ou
and you are required to serve'
a copy of your written defens-
es, If any, to it on Nicholas J:
Youtz, McCalla'Raymer, LC,
S225 E, Robinson St. Suite 660,.
Orlando. FL'32801 and file the,
original with the Clerk of the
aIovea-st*yled' ;Cdurt on of
before 3Q days'from.the first
pubjlcatl6r., otherWIse a
Judgment may be entered
against ,you, for the relief;
demanded In the Complaint,
WITNESS my'hand dnd seal 'of
Ssaid,Court.;onithe 8.day oft
August, 2014. .
John A. Crawford
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY /s/ Megan Sawyer
Deputy Clerk ', ':
2t 9-4-11-2013
1733

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.; JaTCA,477 ',
STATE OF FLORIDA' *'.6 ,
DEPARTMENT 'OF., '' "-
TRANSPORTATON" W ?"'
Petitioner, '",.
vs.
Parcels 127/811/731
JIHAD A. SAFAR; BANK. OF.
AMERICA, N,A.; SAFARI FOOD
STORE" #10:'arid JOHN M.
DREW, Nassau County ,Tax
Collector;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION IN EMI-
NENT DOMAIN AND NOTICE
OF HEARING OF CONSTRUC-
STIVE SERVICE OF PROCESS
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
To all said defendants who are
living, and If any or all defen-
dants are. deceased, the
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
Ileriors, or other parties claim-
SIng by. ri-Fi-i1 r.iVr,ifV,'
against c-., ..-r. 1-s-~ .-i>
defendant'or defendants; *}:'
alive, and, If dead, their
unknown spouse, heirs;
devisees, legatees, grantees,
creditors, liehors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through,
under, or against any such
deceased defendant or
defendants, and.al other par-
ties having or clddrring to have
Sany right, title or interest in and
to the property described in
the Peitition, to-wit:
Item #2107123
Parcels 127/811/731
SR200(AIA)-
NASSAU COUNTY
'Section No. 74069 ""
Slati R.cad I jo 2c ("i 414)
O'la-uJ Cour/rl .rf
:pjiF, 210 ?7123;"
Parcel No.127 '.
FEE SIMPLE.
A Part Of The John Lowe Mill
Grant, Section 51, Township'3
North. Range 27 East, Nassau
County, Florida,;. Being More
Particularly Described As
Follows:- '
Commence At TheSouth-east-
erly Corner Of The John Lowe
Mill Grant, Secttion51 ;Township
3 North Range 27 East Nassaq
County, Florida; Thence South
88 DEGREES36'55"'West,Along
SThe Southerly Line- Of Said
'Section 51, A' Distance Of.
3,328.60 Feet To The CenterlIne
Of Survey Of State Road No.
200 (A1A) Per 'Florida
Department Of Transportation
Right Of Way Map Section
74060, F.PNo.2107123. Thence
North 83 DEGREES 10'33"West,
Departing Said SoutheriyUne,
Of Section 51. Along Sold
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road No. 200 (A1A), A
Distance' Of 198.99 Feet To A
Point On A Curve, Concave
Southerly, Having Radius Of
22.918,31 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North
"82 DEGREES 47'45"West, 791.01
'Feet; Thence Westerly, Along.
Said Centerline Of Survey Of
State Road No. 20Q (A1 A), And
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
01 DEGREES 58'39", An Arc
Length Of 791.05 Feet; "Thence
South 06 DEGREES 12'56" West,
Departing Said Centerline ,Of
Survey Of State Road No,200
(A1A), A Distance Of .54.00
"Feet'To The Southerly Existing
Right Of Way UneiOf Said
State Road No. 200 (A1A) (A
Variable Width Right of Wqy),
Also BelngA Point On A Curve,
Concave Southerly. Having A.
Radius' Of 22,864.31. Feet, A
Chord Bearing And Distance
Of South 83 DEGREES 46'19"
East, 9.99 Feet, And The Point
Of Beginning; Thence Easterly,.
Along Said Southerly. Ellstijng
Right Of Way Line OfS.tate
Road No. 200 (AlA), And
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
00 DEGREES 01 ;30", An Arc
Length Of 9.99. Feet; Thence
South 53 DEGREES'I 1'51 "West,
Departing Said Southerly
Existing Right Of Way Une Of
State Road No. 200 (A1A), A


Distance Of 19.32 FeetTo'The
Easterly Existing RightOf Way
Line Of Pine Wood Drive (A
60t00 Foot Right Of Way As
Now Established); Thence
North 02 DEGREES 27'50" East,
Along Said Easterly Existing
Right Of Way Une Of Pine
Wood Drive.,A Distance Of 8.21
Feet To A Transition From Last
Said Easterly Edxisting Right Of
Way Une To The Said Southerly
Existing Right Of Way Line Of
State Road No. 200 (A1A);
Thence North 49 DEGREES
20'12" East, Along Said
Transition, A Distance Of 6.84
Feet To The Point Of Beginning.
Containing 86 Square Feet,
More Or Less.
BE1NG A PART OF TAX PARCEL


NO. 42-2N-27-0000-0041-0000
\ Section No. 74060
State Road No. 200 (A1A)
Nassau County'
.ERNo, 2107123
Parcel No.811
Perpetual Easement
A perpetual easement for
the purpose of constructing
and maintaining roadway
embankment, storm water
inlets and associated struc-
tures, in, over, under, upon and
through the following
described land In Nassau
County Florida. .
A Part Of The John Lowe Mill.,
Grant, Section 51, Township 3
North, Range 27 East, Nassau
County, Florida, -Being Morpe
Particularly Described As
Follows:'
Commence At The South-east-
erly Corner Of The John Lowe
Mill Grant Section 51 'Township
3 North, Range 27 East, Ndssau
CCor'-,.i, h:i.;i'jo Thence South
88 DEGREES 36' 55"West, Along
The Southerly Une 'Of Said
Section 51, A, Distance, Of
3,328.60 FeetT To The Centerline
Of Survey Of State Road No,
200 (A1A) Pe. Florida
Department Of, Trdnsportation
Right Of Wdy Map Section
74060, .ERNo.2107123; Thence,
North 83 DEGREES 10'33"West,
Depart-l4g Said Southerly ULine
Of Section 51, Along Said
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road No. .200 (AIA). A
' Distance Of 198.99 Feet To A
SPoint On A Curve, Concave
Southerly. Having Radius Of
22,918.31 Feet, A Chord
Bearting And Distance Of North
:82 DEGREES 39'58" West, 687.35
'Feet;'fbence Westerly, Along
SSold Centerllre Of Survey.Of
State Road No.200 (AlA), And
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
QI DEGREES 43'06';,An Arc
S Length Of 687.38 Feet; Thence
South 06 DEGREES 28'29VWest,
Departing Said Centerline Of
Survey Of State Road No. 200,
.(AlA), A Distance Of'54.00
Feet To The Southerly Exlsting
Right ,Of Way Une. Of Said
State Road No 2'00 (A I 4, (-
Variable Wldth Right Of Way);,
SAnd The Point'Of Beglrn.;r.n.j
Thence South .Q1 C'E,.:-'PE'
61 '02" East, Departing Said
SSoutherly Existing RightOfWay
.Une Of State Road No. 200
'(Al'A), A Distance Of 10.39
SFeet; Thence North 82
DEGREES 19'31" West,,, .A
Distance Of 6.89 Feet Thence
South 06 DEGREES 27'39'West,
A Distance 'Of 7.00 Feet;,
Thence North 83 DEGREES
37'40" West, A Distanc6 'Of
85;58 Feet; Thence North 06
DEGREES 14".o Ea,r A
&. Distance OfC, 7 1i'f-q Io A
Pornt Oh A Curv e,'Concave.
SSoutherly, Having A Radius Of
22,854.31 Feet. A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North
63DEGREES46 I W-1 i2'2t.
Feer. IThr.c Wesl-ril Alor,g
The -: Ci Sod C-,r.e- 1It".ugh
A Centrar. Angle. Of ;-00.
SDEGREES 01'57', An Arc
Length Of 12.96 Feet Thence'
North 53 DEGREES 11 -51 "East,
A Distance Of 14.65 Feet To
The Said Southerly Existing
Right Of Way Une Of State:
Road Nd. 200 (AIA), And A-
Point On A Curye, Concave
Southerly,. Having A Radius Of
22,864.31 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And ..Distane .Of
South 83 DEGREES 38'33" East:
93,44 Feet; Thence Easterly.
Along Last Said Southerly
E.xis lght QfWay Une, Ar5,,
T Iq,' o Arc Mf Sgid Curve.
:I .Throuhi A Cfitrd AiEe;Ofi'
S00 DEGREES 14'03", An Arc
Length Of 93.44 Feet To The
Point Of Beginning. '.
Containing 1.609 Square Feet.
More Or Less. '
BEING PART O'F.TAX PARCEL',
NO. 42-2N-27-0000-0041 -0000
Section No. 74060
State Road No. 200,(A1A), .
Nassau County
F.PRNo.2107123
SParcel No.731' :
Temporary Construction
Easement, .
A. temporary construction
.I, Te.rI .:ri Iri, p.jrr,.:.: oi
S r,irg in ar riari ,.:,r ,lr.3 :q .3j '
property and the driveways,
wadkways, etc.; thereon with
the construction to be under-
taken by the department, in
State Road No. .200 (A1lA)
adjacent'thereto, in, upon,
"" '.* '1r,, *T~ V .ro IT? 11", ic i./I,,.,,ri =
r necr,.-d Iland ir. ir3::irtJ
C r.urnt,., Ho aa '.'i .
Pa:, rt 14< rr, JdI'.r. 1.',. 1 ll
..-rari. Seon .:.r, ; I i;.,. r-;r,:,.
Il nr. i" r, e 2' E.,: iXI a' r,
,:,i, r~ri f:l.rll.aa B i~ii-i U. :'r
Porr,.-ul3rl, Ee-'crnlt..-.:o "-
e r ,, .:e ,L t Wrr r, i--,. ,xi *
All, Cr ,.-r r ::)f r,- ja r.r, L,- ..
M~l,-rai :3r t G*:rl:, ',l To .r. rt.ip
3 1 J.:.rrr. R,3-rge 27 1 i,' t Ii : .
County, Florida; Thence South
88 DEGREES 36'55"West, Along
The Southerly Une Of Said
Section 51, A Distance Of
3,328,60 Feet To The Centerline
Of.Survey Of State Road Nb.
200 (A1A) Per, Florida
Deportment Of Transportation
Right Of Way Map Section
74060, F.RNo. 2107123; Thence
North 83.DEGREES'10'33"West,
Departing Said Southerly Une
Of Section 51, Along Said,
Centerline Of Survey Of State,
Road -No., 200 (A1A), A
Distance Of 198.99 Feet To A
Point On A Curve, Concave
Southerly, Having Radius Of
22,918.31 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North
82 DEGREES 39'58" West, 687.35
Feet; Thence Westerly, Along
Said Centerline Of Suvey ,Of
State.Road No. 200 (Al A). And
Along The Arc Of Said Curve.
Through A Central Angle Of
01 DEGREES 43'06", An Arc
Length Of 687.38 Feet;,Thence
South 06 DEGREES 28'29" West,
Departing Said Centerline Of
Survey Of State Roed No. 200
(AlA), A Distance O'f 54,00
F Feet To The Southerly Existing
Right. Of Way Une Of ..Said
State Road No. 200 (AlA) (A
VariableWidth Right Of Way);
Thence. South 01 DEGREES
01 '02"'East, Departing Said
Southerly Existing Right Of Way
Une Of State Road No. 200
(AlA). A Distance'Of 10.39
Feet To The Point Of Beginning;
Thence Continue South 01
DEGREES 01'02" East,' A
Distance Of 19.87 Feet To A
Point On A Curve, Concave
Southerly, Having A Radius Of
22,834.31 Feet, A Chord
Bearing And Distance Of North
83 DEGREES 39'14"West, 110.27


feet; Thence Westerly, Along
The Arc Of Said Curve, Through
,A Central Angle Of 00
DEGREES 16'36", An Arc
Length Of 110.27 Feet To The
Easterly Existing Right Of Way
Une Of Pine Wood Drive (A
60.00 Foot Right Of Way As
Now Established); Thence
North 02 DEGREES 27'50",East.
Along Said Easterly Existing
Right Of Way Line Of Pine
Wood Drive, A Distance Of
16,85 Feet; Thence North 53
DEGREES 11 '51" East,
Departing Last Said Easterly
Existing Right Of Way Line, A
Distance Of 4,67 Feet To A
Point On A Curve. Concave
Southerly, Having A Radius Of
22,854.31 Feet, A Chord


Bearing And Distance Of
South 83 DEGREES 46'13" East,
12.96 Feet; Thence Edsterly,..
Along The Arc Of Said Curve,
Through A Central Angle Of
00 DEGREES 01'57", An Arc
Length Of 12.96 Feet; Thence
South 06'DEGREES 14' 46" West,
A Distance Of 7.13 Feet;
'Thence'South 83 DEGREES
37'40" East, A Distance Of
85.58 Feet; Thence North 06
DEGREES 27'39" East, A
Distance Of 7.00 Feet; Thence
South 82 DEGREES 19'31 East,
A Distance Of 6.89 Feet To The
-' -E." ,ii- F :i,r ir",.3
.':.r~i.3ir~ir, S i - -:'.:,1.' E-.;
More Or Less; :
THIS TEMPORARY CONSTRUC-.
STICer I Ez Et..1FrJT -; IL BE FOR
A PE .:,C-' -' 1f J ..EVENTY-
E EIGHT-, r 1OrTHS COMMENC-.
ill.- ,:.tl iHi DATE OF THE
-- "',.'L' -, iH II:_POSIT.
BEING PART OF TAX PARCEL
NO. 42-2N-0000,0041-0000
IA'petitiorn in eminent domain
has been filed to acquire cer-
tain property interests in
.Nassau County, Florida.
Each defendant is required
to serve written defenses-to
the petition on petitioner's
attorney, whose name 'and
address are shown below, on,
: t:- :,q .. :tober4,2013,and
Sin.- ir.- original of the
defenses with the clerk of this
court either before service, on
petitioner's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter, showing
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property described in the pet-
.' tidn and to show cause why
.that property should not be
taken for the uses and pur- ,
poses set forth in the petition.
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FOURTH JUDICIFAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FORNIASSAU
COUNTY fLORiDA
Cir~iL.DIVISION,
45M N 87sto
MS2009DIVISION' .






NEWEST BANK FSB
Plaintiff
vs. -
YVONNE GONZALEZ PEREZ;
PAULA BOURRIE RAMSEY;
RONALD LEWIS RAMSEY..r, ....3 .. -VIS'
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KEY1738 UNKNOWN
SPOUSE THE COFRCUIT COURT O EZA-







LEZ PEREZ; C & K MOBILE
H. FOU RTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INK/A C AND FOR NASSAUMOBILE
: COUNTYKNOWN TENANT







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OTCIERL DIVISION PARTIES
" DIVLSION: '""







OCL AIMING INTERESTS BY
aidntift, .






THROUGH'. UNDER AND
YVONAGAINST A NAMEDZ PEREZN-
PDANT(S) WHBOURRIE NOT'RAMSEY
KNRONALD'LEWIS RAMSEYD TRAVIS
WHETHER SAMKELLY; UNKNOWN

PAR. HOMTES SAYLES & SERVICE AN INTER-
EST AS SPUSESC AND K MOBILES,
HOMDEVISEES UNKNOWN TEESONANT
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OTHER CLAIMAUNKNOWN PARTIESTS




Defendant(s).
CLAIMING INTERESTS .BY.





THROUGH, UNDER. ACTIANDON




TO; TRAVIS.KELLY -
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Current Address; Unknoiwn)
,IPrevious Address; Unknown
YOUDANT(S) WHO TIFE that actionT'






to foreclose a rmortgagep on,
the follKNOWN TO BEingDEAD OR AtyiVEn
NassauWHETHER SAEounty FlUNKNOWNrid a
'PARTIES MAY CLAIM ASTERN HAFINTER-
OEST AS SECTION 5SES, HEIRSP-






SOUTH. RANGE 24 EAST, NAS-
DEVISEESAU COUNTY. FLORIDA BEINGS. OR







A 'PART OF THOSE LANDS,
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 43.
PAGOTHER CLAIMANTSHE PUBLIC








RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY
AND BEING.MORE PARTICU-
DeLARLYDESCRIBED AS FOL-









LOWS; COMMENCE' ATJ'HE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAIDTICEOACTON
SECTO: TRAVIS. THENCE SOUTH 00U-Y -









DEGREES 35 MINUTES 29 SEC-
Last Known Address: Unknown
ONDurrent Address: Unknown
.' Previous Addreiss:'Uhknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action
t 1o foreclose a'mortgage on ,
'the foltlowing' property, in
,Nassau County, Florida:
6 APART. OFTHE EASTERN HALF
OF SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 24 EAST, NAS-
SAU COUNTY FLORIDAS BEING
.A PART OF THOSE LANDS
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 43,
PAGE 208, OF THE .PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNG/,
AND BEING, MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: COMMENCE' AT '.THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION NO THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES.,35 MINUTES 29 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG'THE EAST'
LINE'OF SAID SECTION 5,
2,64121 FET TO THE POINT OIT
BEGINNING: THENCE CONTIN-
UE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 35 MIN-
UTES 29 SECONDS EAST
*ALONG THE SAID EAST LINE,
O9.15 FEET TO AN ANGLE POINT
'IN SAID EAST LINE; THENCE
SOUTH {00,DEGREES 37 MINUTES
r50 SECONDSS EAST A O.NG
SAID" EAST LINE. 342'0',?FEET;
THENCE NORTH 70 DEGREES'25,
i ,MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST,
603.S8FEET TOTHA POINTINTHEO
EASTERLY R.IGHf ..-.1 .'-, LII IE.
OF U.S. HIGH'-v. ll.'.: ".n ," **.
200 FOOT, '-':,,-Hi '.:I- */',". ,
THENCE NORTH 18 DEGREES 12
O MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY 'LANE-329.62 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 70 DEGRES 25
MINUTES 09 SECONDS EAST,
490F45 FEET TO THE POINT OF
SBEGINNING."WlTH EXCEPTION
STO: PMAMCEL NUMBER 136 SEC-
TION 74040-25O0 PART "AH FEE
SIMPLE UNITED ACCESS A PAR-
*'CEL OF LAND IN SECTION 5,
TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE 24'
EAST, INASSAU COU NTy, FLQRi-
'DA BEING MORE PARTICULAR-
LY DESCRIBED AS FOLUOW.S:
FOR A PO;NT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE AT THE INTERSE.C-
TION OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT,
OF WAY UNE OF FORD'S ROAD


(A 24.384 METER (80.00 FEET)
RIGHT-OF-WAY AS NQW ESTAB-
LISHED), WITH THE EASTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE OF STATE
ROAD 200 (U.S. 301, A 60,960
METER (200.00) RIGHT-OF-WAY
AS NOW ESTABLISHED); THENCE
NORTH 18 DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 04 SECONDS EAST,


ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE. OF STATE ROAD
200. A DISTANCE OF 806.655
METERS (2,646.51 FEET TOTHE, .
POINT OF BEGINNING THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 18 DEGREES-
40 MINUTES.04SECONDS EAST,
ALONG SAIDb EASTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY UNE, A DISTANCE OF
34.647 METERS (113.67 FEET);'
THENCE SOUTH 71 DEGREES 19
MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST,
LEAVING SAID EASTERLY RIGHT-
OirWAY UNE, A DISTANCE OF
9.144 METERS (30.00 FEET);
THENCE SOUTH 18 DEGREES 40
MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG A UNE PARALLEL WITH
AND LYING 9.144 METERS
(30.00 FEED) EASTERLY OFWHEN
MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES'
OF SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF-
WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF ,
34.827-METERS (114.26 FEET);
THENCE NORTH 7QDEGREES 12
MINUTES 20 SECONDS WEST, A ,
DISTANCE OF 9.146 METERS
(30.01 FEET) TO THE POINT OF,
BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH'.
ALL: RIGHTS OF INGRESS,
EGRESS, LIGHT, AIR AND VIEW
BETWEEN -THE GRANTOR'S
REMAINING PROPERTY AND,
ANY FACILITY CONSTRUCTED
ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
PROPERTY. ALSO: PART"D FEE,
SIMPLE A PARCEL OF LAND IN' .
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, .
RANGE 24 EAST, NASSAU
COUNTY, -FLORIDA BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIB-
SED AS FOLLOWS: FOR A POINT
OF REFERENCE, COMMENCE
AT THE INTERSECTIK.-I -:. [HE
NORTHERLY RIGHT CP: w.', urL IE
OF FORD'S ROAD (A 24.384'.
METER (80 FOOT). RIGHT OF.
WAY AS NOW ESTABLISHED),
WITH THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF
SWAY LINE OF.STATE ROAD 200
'(U.S. 301, A 60.960 METER (200
' FOOT) RIGHT OF WAY AS NOW
ESTABLSHED); THENCE NORTH,
18 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 04
' SECONDS"EAST, ALONG SAID
E.SE'IL. Pi'-Hi OF WAY LINE'
C:i ':-iL .;.-C, 200, A DIS-
TANCE OF 841.302 METERS
(- E' I :IETi T.-- THE PO,'itT
,-* I:.f b t +,il ..--' iHtrNct .dC.|l-
" Iitii,-; I ,.-,I |H lI. [.E.Si'.'EEi Jij
r..lir.iiIHEI i -;E,:.'.rI ; E -
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
OFWA" IE CiiE i-rA.i E '.'.
9.144 \EiE ": ,: ,,.,: FEET;.
THENCE SOUTH 71 DEGREES 19
rll iufE- ':." E',:.'.rI'iS EAST, .
E4.l,:L i t ;iEFL./RIGHT
'OF WAY UNE, A DISTANCE-OF
9.144. METERS (30.00 FEET); :
THENCE SOUTH 18 DEGREES 40
MINUTES 04; SECOI`DS WEST,
A,LOM'G A 1IJNE PARALLELWITH
-rE. ,IrirC- '5.1;44 METERS
(30.00 FEED) EASTERLY OFWHEN'
MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES
.i[C -niL E-',EiL' liiGHi O ,:
*5HijA' ulilI I'lbiriCE Cf'.'' 144
I.tEIEH'. '300.3 :E iHHENCE ,
I .:.PiH l 71 DEGF:EtiES 1 [,lill.
UIE P*-:,' i ::. ,E":. r WESi tiE-3
I-r,;t ,F Ls iJ M..lESE (O'"-rCi
rEE). i HE 1'.-'ItiiT C.F BEGIN-
PilJ.- -. ,',' i -i FEESCi.I.
I'LE LilIIi'D CEccF.i z P..Pr-,EL .
..:' L tiC1 ',ECil. '. tri..
SHIP 1 SOUTH. RANGE 24 EASt...
NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA, .
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY.
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR
A POINT OF REFERENCE COM- ,.
SMENCE AT THE INTERSECTION
OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
SWAY UNE OF FORD'S ROAD (A
;-.1J EI ITET ,'3000 FOOTh :"
,- ,', I ,it -: i,:i8C E':TiF B
LiHEL'6 WilH THE El,s 7_',
RIGHT OF WAY ONE OF STATE.,
ROAD 200 (U.S. 301, A 60.960
rI EP < U,: O i..;.r, r.].,.HT ,',F

[,, ,"^NUT I
niT, MINUTEt-'0S*SErtCIID t iAST;'
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT ..
OF WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD
200, A DISTANCE OF 850.446
METERS (2,790:18 FEET)D TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 18 DEGREES .
40 MINUTES 04 StCONDS EAST,
ALONG SAID EASTERLY'RIGHT
OF WAY' UNE,A,DISTANCE OF ..
.56.693 METERS (186.00 FEET);
THENCE SOUTH 70 DEGREES.12
MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST,
LEAVING SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY UNE. A DISTANCE OF' .' .
9.146 METERS (30.01 FEET);"'-
THENCE SOUTH 18 DEGREES 40'
MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG A UNE PARALLELWITH
AND LYING 9.144 METERS;'
(30.00FEET) EASTERLYOFWHEN
MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES
TO SAID EASTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 56.513 METERS
(185.41, FEET); THENCE NORTH
71 DEGREES 19 MINUTES 56
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 9.144 METERS (30.00 FEET) .
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.,
TOGETHE- V'iiH r"o e `,,h.BiLE
Home1. i it If ..iJs'"'I
This property is located at the
Street address of: 11935 US 301, "
Bryceville. Florida 32009
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve
a copy of your written defeS-
es on or.before'October 4",
2013 a date which is Within 30
days after the'first publication, .
ifany. on BElizabeth R.Wellborn,
PA.. Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address is 350 Jim Moran Blvd.,
Suite 100, Deerfield Beacho
Florida 33442, and file the orig-
inal with this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
Attorney, or immediately there-
after; otherwise, a default will .
be entered against you tor the
relief demanded In the
Complaint or Petition.
This Notice shall be published
once a week for two consec-
utive weeks in The News
Leader. ,
WITNESS my hand and seal of
the court on August 27,2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Megan.Sawyer
Deputy Clerk
Atforney for Plintiff:
Rahim West, Esq.
Jacquelyn C. Herrman, Esq: -
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, RA.
350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 100
Deerteld Beach, Florida 33442
Telephone: (954) 354-3544
Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
Prirnary emajl:
rwest@erwlaw.com
Secondary email: service- ;
complete@erwlaw.com
"IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ,'
ACT. if you are a person with a "
disability who oeeds any
accommodation in orderto to
participate in this proceeding. ,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to provisions of certain .
assistance. Please contact the .
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-.
4600 (then press 0). at least 7
working ddys before your


scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
Ing this notification if the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice Impalred.
call 711.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 NEWS News-Leader


POLICE REPORT


This was written by Angela
Daughtry of the News-Leader
from oral and written reports by
the Nassau County Sheriff's
Office, the City of Fernandina
Beach Police Department and
other agencies. Arrest indicates
suspicion of a crime, not guilt.
Anyone with information
about criminal activity can con-
tact the Fernandina Beach Police
Department at 277-7342 or the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
anonymously Vy calling 225-0147
in Yulee or Fernandina Beach,
or 879-2136 in Callahan,
Hilliard or Bryceville. The "We
Tip" program- 1-800-78CRIME
-,.also allows callers to leave
anonymous tips.


Creditthief
According to an Aug. 30 .city
police'report, a local woman
reportedAug. 12 that she.found
$20,000 in Home Depot pur-
chases charged to her credit
card .by afi unknown person in
July and August.
'The purchases were made
at several Home Depot stores
around Florida..
The womhn reported the
charges to police on Aug. 30 on
the advice of her credit card
company, ,according to the
report. '",
She discovered Home Depot
charges of $4,110.56 in Sunrise
on July 15, $4,072.59 in Lake
Park on Aug. 9, $4,06.5.81 in
Miami on Aug. 12 and $4,092.71
in Kissimmee on Aug., .12.,
according to the report i
The woman told police that
her credit card had been can-
celled and a'report filed with'


the credit card company, who
had advised her to file a police
report.


Man robbed
A 26-year-old man told
police he was beaten and
robbed by three -men early on
Aug. 29 in the Southside neigh-
borhood of Fernandina Beach.
Police spoke with ,the man
around 9:45 a.m. Aug. 29 while
he was havinghis injuries treat-
ed in the Baptist Medical
Center Nassau emergency
room. The man told police he
had been visiting an apartment
in Buccaneer Village around 2
a.m. Aug. 29 and left between 5-
5:30 a.m. to walk back to his'
house on Gum Street. As he
made: his way home, possibly
on South Ninth Street, a blue
SUV pulled up next to him and
three men got 6ut of the vehi-
cle, he told police. '
According to the.report, one
of them circled behind him and
hit the man on the head, and
another hit him in the face wth.
.his fist, knocking hlim iuhcon-.
scious. The-man told'pblice he
was Ialso robbed of $30 he had
in his pocket. ;
As the man regained con-
sciousness, he was being awak-
ened bya stranger on a bicycle;
the report stated. When he
arrived home, his-girlfriend
,made him go to the hospital,
according to the report. While
at the hospital, police noticed
lacerations and swelling on fithe'
right side of his face, andithe
man also complained of pain in
his ribs, the report stated. ,,
The man could not tell


police the exact location of the
attack, according to the report,
but believed it may have
occurred on South Ninth Street
because that is the route he
normally walks home.


Potarrest
County deputies arrested a
local woman Aug. 27 for hav-
ing several marijuana plants in
her. residence that were previ-
ously growing in her yard,
According to a report.,
Deputies questioned Erin
Signor, 54, at her residence
Aug. 27 about the possible cul-
tivation of marijuana on her
property. .
Signor told police she had
been growing marijuana on her.
property at 474459 East SR 200,
Fernandina Beach, but that she
pulled the plants up and gave
them away due to conflicts with
a neighbor.
According to the report,
when asked who received the
plants, Signor could not tell
deputies. After being told she
must provide accurate infor-
mation, Signor allegedly told
the deputies the plants were
inside her house. Signor then
brought four marijuana plants
out from a bedroom closet, the
report stated,
Upon being read her rights,
Signor told deputies she had
been: growing the marijuana
plants since spring, and showed
them where they'had been
growing, in her yard before she
pulled them out. She was
*.arrested for producing mari-
juana and booked into Nassau
County Jail.


School custodian gets




1i5 yearson i sex charge


AformerYulee Elementary
School custodian was sen-
tenced Thursday to 15 years in
a state prison after he was adju-
dicated guilty of sexual battery
on a child and lewd or lascivi-
ous'6 behavior with a victim older
'than 12 but younger than 16.
He was -found not guilty of a
secoindcharge of sexual bat-
*tery..:* .
.* ,Raymo.nd Leroy Gregory,
51, also will serve 15 years of
Ssex offender probation follow-
ing his release from prison.
SGregory was arrested in
October 2010 and held on
$350,008 bond after reports that
he'forced a 12-year-old boy to
perform sex acts on him over


several
months. He
woUld .-then
give the child
gifts, and
Smon ey.
According to
c o u. r t
Gregory records,- the
"___ assaults took
place in 2007.
'Men Nassau County Sheriff
Tommy Seagraves said they
involved one victim that
Gregory who also was a youth
minister at a Nassau County
church at the time was
acquainted with outside of
school.
The school board suspend-


ed Gregory following his arrest
and eventually terminated his
position. An official with the
district also confirmed the
molestation did not involve a
child at the school where
Gregory worked.
Gregory had been a custo-
': dian at Yulee Primary since
i'93. He was represented in
court by attorney Gary Baker,
who has filed a motion for a
new trial. According to Nassau
County Clerk of Court records,
Gregory did not have any prior
arrests or convictions.
He was ordered to pay $418
in court costs, $352 in sur-
charges and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.


Felonyarrests
Brittany Nicole McCaul-
ey, 23, 54153 Bea Road,
Callahan, Sept. 2, introducing
contraband into a detention
facility, possession of new or
legend drugs.
Albert Carroll Kirkland,
62, Waycross, Ga., Sept. 1,,
Nassau County warrant, viola-
tion of probation, drug offend-
er probation.
Brianna Pauleeshia Cox,
29', 95046 Louise St., Fernan-
dina Beach, Sept. 1, battery
of a person 65 years of age or
older.
Paul Lawrence Hunter II,
25,2817 Laguan Drive, Fer nan-
dina Beach, Sept. 1, Nassau
County Warrant, fraudulent use
of a credit card, grand theft.
0 Jasmine Faith Moultrie,
22,1016 Cedar St., Fernandina
Beach, Sept. 1, Nassau County
warrant, failure to appear/
battery of a law enforcement
officer, failure to appearresist-
ing arrest with violence, failure
to appear/disorderly intoxica-
tion.
Jeremiah John 'Evatt,, 35,
97511 Chester Road, Yulee,
Sept. 1, Duval County warrant,'
writ of attachment purge '


Cynthia Kay Holoka, 55,
553683 US 1, Hilliard, Aug. 31,
possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription.
Gerald Graham
Ohlendorf, 33, 76037 Dove
Road, Yulee, Aug. 30, violation
of probation/possession of a
controlled substance.
Lisa Margret Anderson,
48, 8644 Jake Carlton Road,
Yulee, Aug. 30, bond surrender,
trafficking in oxycodone. .
Matthew Wayne Light, 24,
Glenn St. Mary, Aug. 29,
Nassau County warrant, viola-
tion of probation/carrying a
concealed weapon.
Mark Adam Starling, 27,
36221 Acorn Place, Lot 1,
Hilliard,; Aug. 28, Nassau
County-warrant, felony domes-


tic battery.
Tina Lynn Rayos, 41,
950084 Santa Juana. Road,
Fernandina Beach, Aug. 29, sale
of cocaine.
Robert David Olsen, 27,'
85321 Stephen Road, Yulee,,
Aug. 29, burglary, grand theft,,,
dealing in stolen property.,
Lisa .Margret Anderson,'
48, 8644 Jake Carlton Road,.
Lot 9, Yulee, neglect of the eld-,
erly.
Jessica Lynn Newberry,;
25,86139 McKendree Drive,'
Yulee, Aug. 27, Citrus County:
warrant, violation of proba-
tion/grand theft.
.* Nicole Hope Hudson, 18,
85217 Elise Road, Yulee, Aug!;:,'
27, sale of crack cocaine..,
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LEGAL NOTICES.


.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
S FILE NO.: 13-CP-223
DIVISION: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF
S ROBERT BARR JARVIS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the.
*' f esole..t ROBERT BARR .1ARvIS
deceased File Numnoer 13-CP-
223, Is pending'lh the Circuit
Court for .Nassau County
, RrldaNProbate Division, the
S address ,of which is Nassau
County,'.Courthouse. 76347
Veterans' Way, Suite 456,Yulee,
Florida 32097. The names and
I addresses of the personal rep-
Sresentative and'the personal
representative's attorney' are
set forth below.
S ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTf-
FIEDTHAT: :
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedents estate on Whom a..
copy of this notice Is served
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER .OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS' NOTICE ON
THEM. '
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons -av-.
Ing claims or demands against'
the decedent's'estate must
fire their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF 'FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE,
'ALLCLAIMS AND DEMANDS,
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
SER BARRED.
The date of first Publication
'of this Notice Is.
September 11,2013.
Attorney for Personal
,Representative:
KATHRYN KNEE, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 849571
KATHRYN KNEE, PA.
1027 South 8r Street
Fernandlna Beach, FL'32034.
(904) 491-1781
Personal Representative:
MELISSAA.ROONEY
95096 Sugar.Berry Court
Fernandlna Beach, FL 32034
2t 9-11-18-2013'
1748
S- .; .........
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR
S NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
: CASE NO.; 2013CA460
DIVISION:
JAMES A. STROUD, ETC.,,
Plaintiff,
VS.
MISTY W. CRUTCHES, etc: et ad.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:MISTY W CRUTCHER, IF LIV-
ING, AND IF DECEASED, HER
UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,;
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CREDI-
TORS, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST HER
Resldence(s): Unknown


VOU ARE NOTIFIED mthat an
action TO re-evtolish ana fore-
close a morgage upor, or,
tne following prooert'/ in
Naossu County Fioriaa
PARCEL A"
Aoart of Tfe NortheosT 1/d of
The Nortneast 1 I4 oft Section
17 Townshipr 4 Nortr. Range
24 East rJassau County Roriaa
and being more particularly
.described as follows: ,
'For a Point of Reference,
commence at'the Southeast
corner of said Northeast 1/4
S'.of the Northeast 1/4; thence
South 89 degrees41'36'West,
along the South line of said
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4, a-dlstance of 48:00 feet
to appointon th? westerly
right-of-way line of Murrhee
Road (a 40 foot right-of-way);
thence North 18 degrees,
51 10" West a distance of
S70670 Iee to the Poll of
Beginning
From sac Point ol f Beginnirng
thence continue North 18
degrees.51'10" west, along
saod westerly right-of-way line,
a distance, of 355.10 feet;
thence South 89 degrees
28'25' West,,a distance of
954.41 feet to a point on the
West-line of saidNortheast 1/4 '
of the Northeast 1/4; thence
South 00 degrees 23'00" East,
on solaid West line, a distance of
333.00 feet; thence North 89
degrees 41'35' East, a dis-
Stanqe of '1066.90 feet, to the
Point of Beginning.
Sald.lands being the same
as the lands described -as".,
Parcel "A'.anrid recorded In
.Official Records Book 485,
page 773'of the public records
of said.Nassau County, Florida.
Less and except that por-
tion of described lands lying
within the realigned, right-of-.
way of Murrhee Road, a 60
fot right-of-way, as estab-
lished In Sept. 1991.
PARCEL'B,
A part of the Northeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of Section
17, Township 4 North Range 24
East, Nassau County, Florida,
Sand being more particularly
described as follows:
For a Point of Referernce,
Commence at the Southeast
corner of solaid Northeast .1/4
of the Northeast 1/4; thence
South 89degrees41 '385 West,
along the South line of said
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4, a distance of 48.00 feet
to o'polnton the westerly right-
of-way line of Murrhee Road (
a 40 foot rlght-of-way); .thence
North 18 degrees 51 '1.0"West,
on said Westerly right-of-way'.
line, a distance of 379.72 feet;
thence South '89 degrees
41'35'West, :parallel to said,
South line, a distance of 754.88
feet to the Point of Beginning;
From said Point of
Beginning, thence continue
South 89 degrees 41 '36'West.
parallel to said South line, a
distance of 416,.91 feet to a
point-on the West fine of said


rloriheest 1/4 of the Northeast
114. thence North 00 agrees
23 00D West along saol wpst
line. a aisranco of 310 00 feet.
thence North 89 agrees
41'35' East oaorllel to soala
Soutli lire, a alstance of 4 16 32
feet ti.ence South 00 degrees
18 25" East. a aistance of
310.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning. ,. .
Saia lonas being Th-e same
as the lonas aescrioea as
Parcel "B" ana recoraed in
Official Records, Book 485,.
page 773. '
has been filed against you'
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defens-
es, I any. to It on LAWRENCE J.
BERNARD, ESQUIRE, Plaintiff's
'attorney, whose address Is 480
Busch Drive.. Jacksonville,
Rorlda 32218, on or before 30
days from the'first date of pub-
Icatlon of this notice, and file
the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter; oth-
SerWise, a default..will be
entered' agdanst y6 fbr the
relief demanded in the com-.
plaint or petition. .. ..
WITNESS my hand ana the
seal of this Court on the 3 0,ay
of Septemnoer 2013
John A Crawfora
Clerk of The Court
B, /sl Megon SawYer
As DepLuty Clerk
2t 9.11.18.2013
1762 i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO:: 10 CA 967 -
U.S. BANK NA. as trustee. onr)
behalf of MANUFACTURED
HOUSING CONTRACT.SENIOR/
SUBORDINATE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATE TRUST 2000-4, act-
ing by and through
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC.
as Servicing Agent
346 St. Peter Street
1100 Landmark Towers
St. Paul, MN 55102Z
Plaintiff,
v,
CARLOS M. NAZARIO, THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CAR-
LOS M.' NAZARIO, CHRYSLER
FINANCIAL SERVICES AMERIC-
AS LLC, successor In Interest to
DAIMLERCHRYSLER SERVICE$
NORTH AMERICA, LLC, NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA, CLERK OF
'COURT, THE UNKNOWN PARTY
IN POSSESIONOF -
86166 SHILOH PLACE; L
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 32034
f/k/a : .
1940 UNA COURT, ,
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL32034
Defendants, '
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, pursuant to Plaintlff's Final
Summary Judgment of Fore-
closure entered Inthe above-
captioned action, I wi1 sell the
property situated In Nassay
County, Florlda, described as


follows to WIT
TRACT 44. BLOCK 1 NAS-
SAUVILLE WOODS ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED iN PLAT BOOK 5
PAGE 126 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAUJ CQLiUN-
STY FLORIDA. TOGETHER /VITH
THAT CERTAIN 2000 FLEET-
WOOD. 56,sx 28.4603A MOBILE
HOME. SERIAL NUMBER"-
GAFLX35AB66999-HH21
SCommonly known, as 85156
SHILOH PLACE FERN.ANDI rTA
BEACH, L 32034 . '
'f/k/a' 1940 UNA COURT, FER-
NANDINA BEACH, FL 32034, .
Sat public sale; to the high-.
est and 1bWt bidder, for cash at
the front of the Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veterans
Way, Yule;"Florlda 32097, at
11.:30 AM (EST1) on the 10Oth day
Sof October, 2013.
If you are a subordinate lien
holder claiming a right to
funds remainingalter the sale,
you must file a claim with the
Clerkof Court no later than
60 days after the sale. If you fal
,to file a claim, you will not be
entitled to any remaining'
funds: '
AMERICANS WITH DISABIU-,
'",TIES ACT. If'you are a person.
with a disability who needs-
any accommodations In order
to poailicipate in this pro-,
ceeding you are erinlied at
no cosf 10o ,OU to The provi-
siori of' certain ti-shtance
Please conTact tre Court
Aaminitrator s office no? I.oer
Than seven aa.s prior 1c. the
proceeding. '
JOHN'A CRAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Amanda Steamrn
Deputy Clerk
. 2t 91-1-8-2013
..1.749
' INiTHFE'CjRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
46-2010-CA-000563'
DIVISION:
EVERBANK F/K/A FIRST
ALLIANCE BANK,
Plointiff,
vs.
DEBORAH H, BRYANT, et at,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
Pursuant to a Final Judgmtent
of Foreclosure dated August,
26,2013, and entered in Case
No. 46-2010-CA-000553 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit. In and for
Nassau County, Florida In
which EverBank f/k/a First
Alliance Bank is the Plaintiff
and Deborah H. Bryant, Steven
E. Bryant, are defendants, the
Nassau County Clerk of the
Circuit Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at 11:30 amatthe front
entrance of' the Judicial
Annex, Nassau County. Florida


on the 30th aae ol Octooer
2013 The tolo*inr.g aesc.Ioeo
Property as set forth in solo
Find Juamernent'ot Foreclosure
A PORTION OF SECTION 46.
TOWNSHIP 3 1 ORTH. RAtIGE 28
EAST NASSAU COuiJT'I FLORi.
DA. AND BEInG MORE P"R-
tiCuLARL'' DESCRIBED 'S FCOL-
LOWS
SCOMMENCEATTHE'NORTH-,
WEST COiRNER COF LOT 4. TWIN
OAKS ACCORDInG 10, THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
.PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 40 OF THE
-PUBLIC RECORDS, OF SAID
',COUNTY. THENCE NORTH 19
DEGREES, 21 MINUTES, 27 SEC-
ONDS,,EAST, DISTANCE OF
248.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 71,
DEGREES 00 MINUTES, 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST,.A DISTANCE OF
'438:53 FEET; THENCE NORTH 14
DEGREES, 57 MINUTES. 11 SEC-
ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF
151.56 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 72
.DEGREES, 23 MINUTES, 29 SEC-
ONDS, EAST, A DISTANCE OF
427.58 FEET TO THE WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF BARNWELL
'ROAD(A 60 FOOTWIDE RIGHT-
SOF-WAY); THENCE NORTH 11
DEGREES, 20 MINUTES, 28 SEC-
ONDS, EAST ALONG SAID,
[.WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY;A DIS-
TANCE OF 163.79 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 73 DEGREES, 58 MIN-
'.UTES,49 SECONDS WESTA DIS-
TANCE OF 411.08 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 17 DEGREES, 08 MIN-
UTES, 41 SECONDS WEST, ADIS-
'TANCE OF 151.42 FEET'TOTHE
.POINT OF 'BEGINNING.'
A/K/A BARNWELL ROAD,
YULEE, FL 32907
Any person claiming an Inter-
est In the surplus from the sale,
If.any, other than the property
.owner as of the date of the
' Us Pendens must file a claim
- within 60 days after the sale.
Albertelil Law
SAttorney for Plaintiff
PRO. Box 23028
Tampa. FL 33623
(813) 221-4743
'(813) 221-9171 facsimile
eServIce:
servealaw@albertellllaw.com
EA -10-36504
1 If you are a person with a
disability who needs any ac-
Scommodatlon in order to par-
ticlpate In a court proceed-'
Ing, you are entitled, at no cost
-to you, to the provision of cer-
tain assistance. Please con-
tact Court Administration at
(904) 630-2564, within two (2)
working days of recelpt'of this
notice; If you are hearing or
voice Impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771. To file response please
contact Nassau County Clerk
of Court, 76347 Vteran's Way,
Ytlee, FL 32097, Tel: (904) 548-
4600 x1569; Fax: (904) 327-
5795.
The above Is to be published In
the Fernandlna Beach
News -Leader
P Box 16766,
Fernandlna Beach, FL 32035
2t 9-11-18-2013
1751


-.......... Department (904)491 -7328 or nor 120'7'3 ri-oa ';!.ljie-'
NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING Rorioa Reltryervice (1.-800- ar, rui','. 28.106111 a,-.a 26.
NOTICE IS HEREB/ GIVEN 955-8771) at least tenty-four 106.301 40.1 Flo,,ia.
that or. Thursday tr-ie 26th aaoy (24) hours In ao.,ance 10 Aoniirnsl=lr.e Cc..ae Petmaore
of SerfemDer 2013 rs 7 00 PM request such ac:comno.oa- musl cor .pior', wir. e equire-
the Conailional Ue ara tion mTerir3FioriaaAarniir,,i'ti'e6
Variar.ce Boora of Nassau THE PbBUC IS IN\,iTED rT BE .CoaCr.apler28 10.oar.3ao.
County will hold a pbbllc hear- PRESENT AND BE HEARD, IF A filed with (received by) the
Ing at the Commission Chain- PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL' District Clerk located at the:
bers, James S. Page Govern- ANY DECISION MADE BY THE District Headquarters, 4049'
Mental Comple, 96135 BOARD. AGENCY OR COM- Reld Street, Palatka, FL 32177,
Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida. MISSION WITH RESPECTTO ANY Petitions for, administrative'
'32097 to consider an applica- MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH hearing 6n the above-appli-
tlonfor a Zoning Varance. V13- MEETINGOR HEARING, HEWILL cation, nust be filed within
002. The Public Is Invited to NEED A RECORD OFTHE PRO- twenty-on (21) days of publl-
attend the meeting concern- CEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PUR- catlonrof this notice.l Failure to'
Ing the following described POSE, MAY NEED TO ENSURE file a petition within this tIme
property In Nassau County: 'THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF period shall constitute a waiv-
The location o)f subject THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, erofanyrlght(s)suchperson(s)'
property of conditional' use WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE may. have to requeisst an'
applicationV13-002: TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE administrative determination'
41 Marsh Creek Road' UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS (hearing) under sections
Amelia Island, FR 32034 TO BE BASED. 120.569 and 120,57 Florida .
Located on the.north side., The Conditional Use and '",Statutes, concerning the sub-,
of 'Marsh Creek- Road Variance Board may coftin':, ]ect permit. Petitions that are
between Marsh Hawk Road ue hearing on this matter. ,' not filed Ir) accordance with'
and Walkers .Landin'g, on .CONDITIONAL USE AND '" the above.provlisons are sub-
Amelia Island. VARIANCE BOARD OF NASSAU ject to dismissal,
The Applicant is seeking a COUNTY, FLORIDA Because the qcdministrativ6
modification of variance V78- /s/Orlando'J.Avlla hearing process Is designed'
005 with reference to Section Its: Chairman to formulate final agency'
9.05 of the LandDevelopment Run Notice two (2) times on: action, the fling, of a petitionr
Code for the reduction of the 09/11/13 & 09/18/13 means that the Distrlct's-finad
minimum rear yard require- Bill To: Philip Walsh action may be different from
ment from twenty feet (20) to 3609 Camino Real the position taken by it In this
fifteen feet (15').The:property Sarasota, FL 34239 notice of Intent.'Persons whose
Is located In the Residential 817/653-7424 substantial interests will ber.
SSingle Family 1 (RS-1) zoning 2t 9-11-18-2013, affected by any such finat
district, and Is subject to varl- 1754 decision of the District on the
anceV78-005. ......... applicant hove the right tor
This application is filed by: NOTICE OF AGENCY ACTION petition to become a party to
Philip J. Walsh 3609 Camino TAKEN BYTHE the proceeding, In accor-,
Real Sarasota, Florida 34239, ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER dance with the requirementss''
Owner. MANAGEMENT DISTRICT set forth above.,
The public Is Invited to be Notice Is given that the fol- It 9-11-2013 '
" present and to be able to lowing permit was Issued on. 1755 '
speak for or against or to ask. 08/26/2013. ..........
questions. Copies of the dppll'- (Name and address of BOARD OF COUNTY '
cation and copies of'the cri- applicant) Nassau County COMMISSIONERS
teria that are applicable to permit #400-089-135206-1. The NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
Sthe application are available project Is located in Nassau INVITATION TO BID (ITB)
at the Growth Management County, Section 5, Township 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Office located at 96161 North, Range 23 East. The per- the Board of County.Com-mis-
Nassau Place, Yulee, Fl.32097, '" mit authorizes a surfacewater sloners of Nassau County,
or (904) 491-7328. Individuals management system on 0.1 Florida invites sealed bids for.
who cannot attend the pub-', .acres for a Stafford Road GROUNDWATER AND SUR-
lc hearing may provide written 'Outffal Pipe knownasthe proj- FACE WATER MONITORING
comments to this address or, 'ect.The receiving water body SERVICES FOR WEST NASSAU,
bee-mallto:adobrosky@nas- is St. Mary's River. CANDFILL LOFTON CREEK
saucountylt.com.Writlen com- The fie containing the appt- LANDFILL AND BRYCEVILL9
ments become a part of the cation for the above listed per- LANDFILL (RE-BID)
record and are subject }a' mit Is available for Inspection BID NUMBER NC13-045
Florida's Public Records law, Monday. through Friday For detailed Information
Chapter 119.07(1I)(a), F.S.. except for legal holidays, 8:00 regarding the bid due datfe
This hearing will be con- am. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. and bid requirements for this'
ducted as a quasi-Judicial Johns River Water Manage- ITB, please visit the Nassau
Proceeding. Any questions as meant District (District) Head- County's, webslte at
to procedures may be quarters, 4049 Reid Street', http://www.nassaucountyfl.ca
obtained from the Growth Palatka,FL32178-1429. Aper- m or contact the Contract
Management Office, Interes- son whose substantial Interests Management Department at.
ted parties should limit con- are affected 'by the District 904-491-7377. Proposal Infori
tact with Conditional Use and permitting decision may petl-,. motion Is also available at
Variance Board Members and tion for an.administrative hear- httlp://www.demandstar.com.,
withCounty Commissioners on Ing in accordance with sec-' ATTEST:
this topic to the properly tons 120.569'and 120.57, JOHNA.CRAWFORD
noticed public hearing or to Florida Statues, or may choose EX-OFFICIO CLERK
written communication In care to pursue mediation as an DANIEL B. LEEPER
of the Nassau County Growth alternative remedy under sec- CHAIRMAN
Management Department, tion 120.573, Florida Statutes, BOARD OF COUNTY
96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, before the deadline.for filing a COMMISSIONERS
Florida 32007. petition. Choosing mediation NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
Persons with disabilities will not adversely affect the 1t9-11-2013
requiring accommodations In right to a hearing if mediation 1753
order to participate In this pro- does not result In settlement, --......
gram or activity should con- The procedures for pursuing Legal Advertflising Deadline
tact the Growth Management mediation are set forth In sec- Is Noon On Fridays.


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 NEWS News-Leader


'Conch Republic


when visiting
LongIsland,
N.Y., Ifeaston
clams. In Maine,
it's lobsters; in California, it's
abalone. Whatever local shell-
'.fish is there for the eating, '
Count me in. So, it was par for
my course on a recent cruise
ship stop in Nassau, Bahamas
that I sought out the local
seafood there: conch (pro-
nounced "konk").
I didn't have far to go. Right
beside the cruise ship port the
raucous commotion from
Senior Frog's bar drew us
inside. People were line danc-
ing on tables. Others were
downing shots poured down
their throats from a large cpm-
,' munity bottle as the server
blew a loud whistle marking
their 15 seconds of liquid. On
the stage others were learning
a new (and somewhat inde-
-cent) line dance. But none of
this interested me. I had my
eyes only on conch.
I Bucko and I settled down
in a relatively quiet corner of
the ooni and a quick look at
the menu convinced us to stay
':The specialty of this place is
conch salad prepared ight at
your table WVithin moments of
ordering, the conch prepara-
ltion booth arrived at our table
While we watched a rope full
of congrch shells was carried off
a boat tied up t the seawall
behind us to the prep table.
With some fancy work with a
knife the living meat of the
conch was exacted and
expertly minced into small
bits. Tomatoes, onions, bell
peppers and jalapenos were


chopped up
as well, and
the whole
works was
soaked ini
juice
squeezed
from lemons,
lines and
oranges with
WILD a liberal dose
WAYS of salt just for
__ good meas-
ure. It was
Pat delicious!
Foster- Turley But as I
saw the pile
of empty conch shells building
up I began to wonder about
the conservation status of
these mollusks. With a similar
scene repeated endlessly all
around the island, that's a lot
of conch. With a bit of Internet
research after the cruise I
learned that my suspicions
About over-harv'est of conch
were correct. Queen conch,
:he main variety harvested in
the Caribbean, is international-
ly protected with n ade alloyed
only as permitted by the host
country, which has a mandate
to set sustainable quotas. But
here's the rub The quotas for
export of conch set by the gov-
ernment of the Bahamas are
based on the previous year's
harvest with no consideration
of the age or size of the indi-
viduals harvested The quotas
remain the same, but more
and more juveniles are now
harvested, as the adults have
been overfished
Queen conchs cannot
reproduce until they about six
years old and reproduction is


only accomplished if there are
at least 50 conchs per hectare
(about 21/2 acres) allowing
both sexes to congregate and
mate. In the Florida Keys
conchs were overfished be-
yond this point, and although
they have been protected by
law since 1978 their numbers
still have not recovered. So
much for the "Conch Repub-
lic." And without a closed har-
vest season, limits on collec-
tion technique, and the inclu-
sion of significant amount of
conch habitat within marine
protected areas, the conchs of
the Bahamas-and the culture
surrounding them are on this
same pNth.
But on the cruise the next
day I didn't yet know this and I
had great hopes of seeing live
conchs in the sea grass beds
on the cruise company's pri-
vate island, little Stirrup Cay.
Bucko and I even had a bet
going'as to which of us would
find the first conch. But fat,
chance of that. Previous cruis-
ers had complained on Trip-
Advisor.com about the sharp
rocks all around this island,
making it difficult to walk on
She shore without shoes. Well,
the cruise company took care
of that all right. Tons and tons
of sand had been piled on the
shore and in the water all
around the island, a foot or
more deep Across the strait
on an adjacent island we could
see the mining operation pro-,,
S.viding sand. And once under-"
water there was only this fake
.-and. a few sea grass strands
sticking through il and a milky
color to the water as the sand
was srirred up. Any conch,
cori al or fish feMTe'd n'Nch"
things was long gone, dead
and buined But the tourists
loved the beach Such nice
white sand, they remarked to
one another As for me,.I was
just plain disgusted. '
What with the habitat
destruction like I witnessed
and the over fishing besides.
queen conchs in the Bahamas
are doomed. But with Iroper
protections, like those afford-
ed clams in Long Island and
abalones in California, it's not
over yet Let's hope steps ard
put in place soon to protect
these symbolic mollusks and
the Bahamian culture they
support before, as in the
Florida Keys, it's too late.
Pat Foster-Thrl v is a zoolo-
gist tn nAmeia Island She wel-
comes your nature questions.
potandbudco9y.ahoocom


Queen conchs for sale in
front of the cruise ship
dock in Nassau.
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S WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER11,2013
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


FOOTBALL


Hornets blank


Potter's House

A bye week for Yulee
BETH JONES
News-Leader
Five different Hornets scored Friday night
in Yulee's 35-0 rout of host Potter's House.
Chad Kern, Ironne Coley, Jamari Peacock and
Damonte Barfield all had rushing touchdowns
in the victory. .
"Last week was tough," Yulee High School
Coach Bobby Ramsay said, referring to the
season-opening loss to Fernandina Beach.
"I'm proud of how the players came out and
competed.
"Sloppy track to play on made it hard on
the offense but we did some good things. We.
have a lotto work on but I hope this builds
some momentum going into the byeweek and
then district play which starts next week."
Barfield'had 11 carries for 110 yards for
the Yulee offense. Aus .i n Wagner was 3-for-9
for 39 passing yards and Dalton Bradley
reeled one in for .';.) var. Ik
Zane Cruzwho had seven tackles on the
night, returned an interception for a Hornet
touchdown.
Morgan Sut', n had four quarterback sacks
and Spencer Acosta had three. Bradley had an
interception and recovered a fumble.
Kicker Bradley Thornton was five-for-five
on point-after attempts.
Yulee (1-1) is idle this week and picks back
up Sept. 20 at home with Forrest in the district
opener.-Kickoff is slated for 7 p.mi.


FBMS wins 28-4

over St. Marys. Ga:.
The Fernaridina Beach Middle Sch',ul
Pirates wirr able i: pumlOp ,ut I.e: a 2-O irt-0
quarter blad last week en r:'utel to a 28-1 -1 vic-
-tory over St. Marys' suevnth-grade r-ain
"It was a good game for us to get a look'at
our non-starters," FBMS Coach Cam Harrison
said, "We saw son-e _,:,.d things and some .
things, we ned t, imfprovie upon but overallit
feels good to get a win going int, a big c.u.inty
riv-liy this week "
FBMS huseLd Callahan Tuesday night
in last wee-k's victory, Jordan Pai ker had
:wo carrkis f,.r yards and a touchdown.
Lantz Morris carried 'irne fur a 54-yard to:uch-
down. Carlos Pa'ker touched ihL ballfour
times for 45 yards anrid a pair i', scores. Josh
Blizzard rushed three times for 37 yards.
Walker:Bean led the Pirate def,_nse with-
eight tackles and a fumble, recovery.Parker -
Smith had six stops, Parker, Scotty Rivenbark
and Robert McKinney had four each.
SFBMS hosts Episcopal Tuesday. :,


TENNIS

Racquet Wars tourney

this weekend at Omni
A Racquet Wars Tournament will be held
Friday through Sunday at Omni Amelia Island
Plantation
This adult waterfall tennis tournament is a
new, unique format that will be held at the .
Amelia Island Plantation for the first time ever.
The tournament offers women's, men's and .
mixed doubles draws and features players
from across Florida and the soiulhciii n states
Play will be from 10 a.m. The tournament
has m,'ir than 11R) players entered and specta-
tors are encouraged towatch the action at
Racquet Park.
There is no cihargefor slpctat,,s ,and'
entrance is nextthe Veranridah R-;iiaurarnt
For information, visit www.racquetwars.
Scorn or call 277-5145.
The Nassau County 3.0-3.5 Women's
League will begin play this month. Each team
consists ,f -10 player to field thr, dii.,ubh.
lines in weekly league matches Play will b,
on Thursday at 1 p.m. ,.
Email michelemaha@msn.com for informa-
tion or to enter a team..
World Team Tennis format league begins
this month. WTT matches are held Friday
evenings beginning Sept. 20.'Email
michelemaha@ msn.com for more informa-
tion. "
City of Fernandina Beach youth pro-
grams are under way at the Central Park
courts on Atlantic Avenue. Schedules are
available at the city of Fernandina Beach
Parks and Recreation office or by mailing
michelemaha@msn.com.
For information on clinics, lessons or
equipment repairs, email michelemaha@
msn.com.
*.Tennis classes are available at the Yulee
Sports Complex. Nassau County Home
Educators classes are Wednesdays from 11 .
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Private lessons and custom clinics are also
available. More information can be found on
the Yulee Tennis Foundation website at www. ,


YuleeTennisFoundation.com or by mailing
michelemaha@msn.com.
Kraft Tennis Club memberships are
available at theKraft Tennis Club off Buqca-
neer Trail. For information, contact Bo
McCollum at 321-2233 or visit ktp.timne-
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PANTHERS OVER PIRATES


PRHOT_' BM ELTII iNEC NrWV.L'-'Eh-
The Pirates Lr) to stop a Nease running back Friday night at Pirate Field. The host Pirates lost 42-14 to the visiting Panthers in -
game two of the season. Fernandina Beach (I1-1) head to Hilliard Friday night.


Coach Travis lodge and running back Tony Frankland, left. Frankland blocks for quarterback Chachi Moses, right.


Casey
Walker and
Kiontay
Bush team
up for a
tackle, left.
Below,
SPirates,
from left,
Hunter
Totzke, lan
Robinson,
Hector
Vanlennep,
Tyreke
Hubbard
Sand LaQua
Shaw-
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Pirates lose ,.42-14 to


BETH JONES.
News-Leader
The Pirates evened their record to 1-1
after Friday's 42-14 loss to the visiting Nease
Panthers.
"What a difference a week makes," said
Travis Hodge, head football coach at
Fernandina Beach High School. "We just
made waytoo mi:,ny vi-Iak..-sA(. We hrew an
interceptionon th ,-\ I i .dri i llhen lal.r had'
tvwo fumbles. Righl bI ir,- hia, 'w- had a
blocked field goal that Nease returned for a
touchdown.
':Defensively we didn't play well at all. We


had too many .missed assignme
tackles and that cost us severely.
,in and got over the shock of an
we played well in spurts but jus
tent. .
"We probably tried to do too
week as far as game planning. I
i, ,ivib,:i it's about fundament
scheme, and that cost us.
S "I wias viy pleased with hov
: lied to play liard:. BRlut w.'Il boun
i. znrr, fr,,m this anid be better of:
Junior quarterback Chachi IM
lt-ur-i.Ir-.ix fi..r 48yards and a to
Shad-11 rushes for 62 yards.


Nease Pantihers

nts, missed Kenny Stewart caught two passes for 36 *
As we settled yards and a score. Tony Fi ankland had 14
early score, carries for 49 yards.
t too inconsis-' Brett Evans, Tyreke.Hubbard and
Anthony (U-Conn) Duclos combined for 11
much this carries for 41 yards.
-have to The FBHS Pirates, who opened with a win:
als mrc IhIan over Yulee, head to Hilliard Friday night.
S'Two years ago we went over there and ,
Swe contin- '' b-ely bent them 7- HI ,dg,- ,'ii,1 "lasi yr..
i: ba.k. well it Cnme down lu tll. \\'\\. ) \we knmw the,- .
f.y" kids aie trugh and ai g,'iijg i, bi. r a'ly Il" ',
4oses was go. We have to have a great week and play
)uchdown and well or we will be very disappointed."
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.






2B WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 SPORTS News-Leader


YMCA hosts fifth annual kids triathlon Sept. 21


Young athletes dreaming of someday win-
ning an Ironman Triathlon can begin stepping
or rather running, biking and swimming -
toward their future goal at the fifth annual Y
Kids Triathlon Sept 21 at 4 p.m. at the
McArthur Family YMCA, 1915 Citrona Drive
in Fernandina Beach.
The event, which is open to the public,
promises to be a fun-filled day for the entire
family while also promoting a healthy lifestyle'
for the kids involved. The triathlon has
become one of the most anticipated events of
the year for both the kids competing as well as.
for family and friends cheering them on from
the sidelines.
"I think the biggest return from this event
for us was not just the race day, but all the
hours we spent beforehand, jogging, swim-
ming and bike riding together.as a family,"
said Julie Simmons, whose daughter Raleigh
competed last year. 'Training for the triathlon
was very special family time for us, a wonder-
ful way to appreciate the beauty of our area
and a great way to teach our kids how to be
active and maintain a healthy lifestyle."
For the past four years, the Y Kids Tri has,
averaged about 100 participants. The goal for
this year's race is to reach out to as many kids
in the community as possible. ,
The event is open to children ages four to.
13 with three separate age groups competing.
The four- to seven-year olds will swim 25'
yards, bike one mile and run a quarter of a
mile.
Eight- to 10-year-old participants will com-
pete ,in a 50-yard swim, a two-mile bike race -
and a half-mile run.
The 11- to 13-year-old triathletes will swim
100 yards, bike three miles and run a mile.
The swimming event will take place in the
safe confines of the YMCA pool with' biking.
and running taking place throughout the beau-
tiful grounds of neighboring Amelia Park,"
The cost of the event is $25per child plus,
$10 for any additional-child Within the same
family.
SEach child will receive a Y Kids Tri T-shirt
and a medal for participating. TrophiesjWill be
awarded to the top three finishers in each cate-
gory during a special pancake party at the end
ofthe triathlon. : "
The triathlon promises to challenge the
kids to achieve their best, but the real goal is


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active and develop healthyhabits while having
fun. .,':. .
F .Fve-yearold Raleigh Simmons said it best:
"At first I was scared to swim, but then I'got
,into the pool and now that's my favorite thing.,


I had a lot of fun last time and can't wait for
this year" ..
SFor information on the event or to register,
Contact Karina Grego at 261-1080, ext.,108, or
kgrego@firstcoastymca.org or visit the
McArthur Family YMCA's calendar of events


at www.firstcoastymca.org.
Corporate sponsorships are stillavailable.
All proceeds from the event benefit the
"Give to the Y Campaign," which helps those
in need in Nassau County access the YMCA's
many exceptional programs.,


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Palmisano dominates blitz; opening day for ladies


: The shape of the golf course at Fernandina
,Beach is showing some improvement; the
number of players for the blitz is slowly get-
ting higher. Last Wednesday's Blitz brought
.out 43 players with the Fernandina Beach Golf
:Club with Andy Palmisano (86, plus 10) taking
first place. Second was Jack Croake (74, plus
'9) and in third was Rich Vredenburgh (86,
;plus 7).
SFirst-place team included Palmisano,
Vredenburgh, Allen Irby (99, even) and Maury
SForeman (93, even). Taking second were
'Croake, Hydie Peterson (74, plus 5), Bob
:Brewer (90, even), John Bray (89, minus 1)
:and Charlie Kicklighter (86, minus 5).
: Ed Lormand (96, plus 4), Chris Brauda (87,
.plus 4), Terry Lacoss (86, minus 3) and Mark
:Pierson (105, minus 6) teamed up for third
'place. Fourth went to Roq Boatright (78, plus
:5), Dan Nettuno (92, even), John Rudd (99,
:minus 2) and Nate Powell (86, minus 5).
SFriday was also a good day with 40 players.
,Top player was Dave Mudd (85, plus 10).
- Mark Pierson (94) and DougWolfe (84) tied
for second at plus 7.'
: First-place team included Pierson, Bob
:Brewer (84, plus 6), Allen Irby (92, plus 5) and
Andy Palmisano (86, plus 4). In second were
'Mudd, Wolfe, Ron Boatright (77, plus 3) and
,Michael Kaufman (88, even).
: Capturing third place were Larry
IMcCorkle (80, plus 5), Steve Ritter (85, plus
:3), Bob Gerth (94, plus 2) and Jim McFarland
'(97, minus 1). Sammy Alvarez (77, plus 3),
'Frank Finocchio (plus 1), Rich Vredenburgh
'(90, even) and Terry Lacoss (86, minus 3) tied
'for fourth place with the team of Ed Lormand
'(96, plus 3), Tom Roberts (80, plus 2), Bob
'Dorsey (83, plus 1) and Lind Swenson (88,
minus 5) and the foursome of Marc Spindler
:(80, plus 5), Wayne Mortenson (101, plus 2),
,Larry Brauda (82, minus 2), and Garey Durden
-(96, minus 4). ,

Openhigdayforladles
Opening day play for'the Fernandina Beach
Women's Golf Association was held Sept. 3
with 35 ladies participating at the Fernandina
Beach Golf Club. It was a warm but fun day of
' playing the west and south courses.
The game was hate 'em along with two best
ball team play. The ladies chose three'holes
they hated; a par 3, a par 4 and a par 5. Each





Jall ball sign-ups
SThe open registration period for Fernandina
'Beach Babe Ruth fall baseball runs through
;Sept. 14. Tryout and draft are Sept. 15. Sea-
son runs until the week before Thanksgiving.
'Cost is $65 per player. Sign up at FBBRL.com.
Teams will play in Femandina Beach and :
Jacksonville.

BenWBynLs5KRunwayRally
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,Boys and Girls Clubs of'Nassau County and
"the Nassau Humane Society. The event starts
.at 8 a.m Sept. 14 at the Femandina Beach air-


GOLF NEWS

player took a par on the holes they chose.
After taking their handicap, the two best ball
scores went for the team score.
First place went to the team of Jeannette
Cayouette, Betsy Montgomery, Anne Thibault
and Jean DesBarres. Second went to Sherril
Boyer, Pat Kraus,'Robin Richey and Carol
Minogue.
In third place were 'Mary Poole, Mary
Ansley, Rachael Hentigan and Sandy
Mortenson. Fourth-place winnerswere Vickie
Galpin, Mary Ann Schroeder, Emily Baker and
her guest, Mrs. Lapione.

Starting Polntevent
The third annual golf tournament benefit-
ing Starting Point Behavioral H-althcare will
be held Nov. 4 at Amelia National Gi.' and :
Country Club. Registration is at I11I a m.
Shotgun start is at noon. Sponsurships, are'still
available. Contact Cherie Billings: at 277-2995
or email Golffournament@spbh.org.

FBHS gdiron'd classic
The Fernandina Beach High School
College Gridiron Golf Classic will be held
Sept. 27 at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation's
Oak Marsh. course. All proceeds benefit the
Fernandina Beach High School Foundation.
Register a college team. Pregame registra-
tion is at 11 a.m. with a 12 p.m. kickoff.
Tailgate party is from 5:30-9:30 p.m. It is open
to everyone. Cost is $40 per person. -
Golf fee is $150 per person and includes
boxed lunch and tailgate party. Format is a
captain's choice.
F Wear favorite team gear. Prizes and raffle
items will be up forgrabs.'
For information, contact Katie Combs at
557-6083 or katiecombs@yahoo.com or Jay
Mock at 753-2004.

FBHSbeneflt
The third annual O'Kane's Golf
Tournament, with proceeds to benefit the
Fernandina Beach High School golf teams,
will be held Sept. 14415 at Amelia River Golf
Club. Shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. both days.


'bMIIEr,
The 18-hole ladies group from The Golf Club of Amelia Island kicked off the 2013-14
season Thursday with a four-person team mixer. The winning team was comprised of
Jane Casper, Melinda McGrath, Kate Wiest and Anne,Velazquez, from left. Second
place went to the team of Melonie Murphy, Iinda Larabee, Peggy Kunkel andSusan
Murphy. The group plays every Thursday morning through the end of May.


Format is a two:man best-ball Saturday and
a two-man scramble on Sunday. There is a sen-
ioir flight for-ages 60 and over; seniors play for-
ward tees. No more than six-shot differential
in handicaps.
Cost is $300 per team and in-cludes golf
and heavy appetizers at O'Kane's during the
pairings party and cocktail party. Pairings
party, is at 7 p:m. Friday and cocktail party is-at
7 p.m. Saturday.
For information on the tournament, contact
Jarrod Sullivan at (904) 838-8825 or Joe
Parrish at 548-7134.


NavySEALtourey
The third annual Navy SEAL Foundation
Golf Classic will be held at the Omni Amelia


Island Plantation Nov. 9. This event' is open to
the public. Golf entry fees are $250 per player.
The tournament begins with breakfast and
registration and.concludes with dinner and a
silent auction.
Registration for the golf tournament is
open until Oct 31. The tournament field is lim-
ited'to 144 players.
i All proceeds support the Navy SEAL
Foundation, which'provides immediate and
ongoing support and assistance to the'Navy
SpeFial Warfare, community and their families.
Event sponsorships are available. All dona-
tions are welcomeand are tax-deductible.
For information orn the event, contact Mike
Clower at 261-2217 ,-Pr clowerm@bellsouth.net
or Toni Corbin at 277-5907 or tcorbin@omni-
,hotels.com.


S 12U girs (sixth, grade) Sept. 15 from 3:30-,
4:30 p.m. at the Peck Gym in Femandina.
Contact Coach Nantz at jnantz@bcfhoops.org.
11 U boys (fourth and fifth grade) Sept 15
from 1 30-3 30 p:m. at the Peck Gym iM ,
Femandina. Contact Coach Schweizer at -
phil@kkmarkeiing.net. :


yu~Lt Ltt& League.
Yulee Little League will hold its annual
-board meeting Sept 26 at 6 30 pm in the gym',
uk"tfthulee Sports Cbopex Aln volunteers are'
encouraged to attend to vote' for the 2014 .
Board of Directors Email yuleelittleleague@
gmail corn for information. :


port on Airport Road just off the Amelia Island
Parkway. The rally'is a non-competitive event,
and both runners and walkers are welcome.
The first male and female finishers receive
a certificate for a sightseeing flight around
Amelia Island. Participants also receive dry-fit
T-shirts and the first 500 finishers receive metal
pilot's wings. Young people age 8-17 can sign
up to take a free flight over Amelia Island. The
Experimental Aircraft Association's Chapter
943 will be taking applications for the flights
jnder its "Young Eagles" program.
. egjtratiort is25:f-orms'are available at
Current Running, 815 S. Eighth St., and Red
Otter Outfitters, 1012 Atlantic Ave. Register ,
online at www.activeicom. Sponsorships are


sought. Call ,261-8985 or email BenByms
Foundation.comrfor'information. ,


Basketballuyouts
The Basketball .Club of Florida AAU organi-
zation based in Fernandina is holding tryouts :
for several age groups of players who live with.
in Nassau County., BCF will hold tryouts on.the
following dates, so contact the coach of th6 i
team to RSVP Also, visit the BCF website at
www bcfhoops org "-. -
I '11 UgirfI',lpurth andiifhl gradeiOV',Y- '
from 9-11 a m at First Baptist Church in
Femandina. Contact Coach Millar at mil-
larhome@bellsouth.net. '


I 2013 SCHEDULES '


SFERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
I Varsity Football
Sept. 13 at Hilliard' 7:30
,Sept. 20 'at Episcopal 7:00
-Sept. 27 at.Menendez 7:00
.Oct. 4 FORT WHITE*' 7:00
,Oct. 11 at West Nassau 7:30
jOct 18 TAYLOR CO. (HC) 7:00
,Nov. 1 at Madison County' 7:30
-Nov. 8 at Christ Church 7:00
., 'District
S YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
*: Varsity Football. .
'Sept. 20 FORREST" 7:00
Sept 27 at Wolfson*'... '. 7:00
oct. 4 ai Pa,or." 7:00.
ct. 11 RIE.AUL"T 7:30
'Oct. 18 BAKER COUNTY* 7:00
.Oct. 24 at Bishop Kenny'* 700
S.:Nov. 1. STANTON (HC) -uu,
Nov. 8 WESTNASSAU' ,,7:30
;District .
S YULEE HIGH SCHOOL.
Volleyball ..
SSept. 12 atMiddleburg 6:30
Sept. 13 STANTON 6:30
Sept. 17 at West Nassau* 6:30
S-Sept 23 UNIVERSITY CHRIST 6:30
.Sept. 26 at Camden County '6:00
-Oct. 3 ,FERNANDINA* 6:30
Oct.' 8 at Andrew Jackson' 6:30
'ct. 9 CAMDEN COUNTY 6:30'
.Oct. 10 WEST NASSAU 6:30
Oct. 12 Dig Pink at Fletcher TBA
7Oct. 15 atTrinityChristian 6:30
Oct. 17 atHilliard 6:30
1Oct. 21-22, 24 District at FBHS
;', District. Junior varsitymatches at 5:30
:p.m.
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Junior Varsity Football '
-Sept. 12 HILLIARD 6:00
Sept. 19 YULEE ,. 6:00'
,Oct.-3 at Bolles 7:00
'Oet. 10 WESTNASSAU 6:00
'bct. 23'. at Yulee 6:00
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
SVolleyball
,Sept. 11 ORANGE PARK 5:30/6:30
Sept. 13-14 at OVA tourney'
'Sept. 17 PONTE VEDRA 5:30/6&30
"Sept. 19 at Episcopal 5:30/6:30
S-Sept. 24 RAINES' 5:30/6:30
Sept. 26 atBolles' 5:30/6:30
:Oct 1 MANDARIN 5:30/6:30
'Oct. 3 at Yulee' .5:30/6:30
':oct. 8 FLETCHER 5:30/6:30
3Oct. 9 JACKSON* 530/6:30
'Oct. 11-12 at Bolles Invitational
,Oct. 16 at Fleming Island 5:30/6:30
Oct. 18-19JVtourneyatBK
Oct. 21-24 DISTRICT 4-4A
'District
S YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
SSwimming
Sept. 19 FLORIDAD&B 5:00
'Sept. 24 at St Johns Co. Day 4:30
'Sept. 27-28 Florida SPA
"Oct 1 'BISHOP SNYDER 5:00
,Oct. 10 at Florida D&B 4:30
Oct. 15 STANTON 5:00
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Bowling
.Sept. 11 WEST NASSAU 4:30
'ept. 16 HILLIARD 4:30
Sept: 25 FERNANDINA 4:30
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Girls Golf
-ept. 12 at Yulee 4:30
Sept, 14 Fundraiser at Amelia River
.Sept. 16 HILLIARD 4:00
Sept, 24 at Bishop Kenny 4:00
8ept. 25 at West Nassau 4:30


Sept 26 at Yulee
Sept. 30 PROVIDENCE
Oct 7 at Providence
Oct. 14 District
Oct. 22 Redional
YIULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Girls Golf
Sept 12 FERNANDINA
Sept 23 at Bishop Snyder
Sept 26 FERNANDINA
Sept. 30 HILLIARD
Oct.'7 WEST NASSAU
Oct 14 or 15 District


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FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Golf
'Sept. 12 atYulee 4:00
Sept. 14 FundraiseratAmelia RIver
'epi 16. HILLIARD 4:00
Sept 17 at Bishop Kenny. 4:00
Sept. 18 EPISCOPAL 4:00
Sept, 19 PROVIDENCE 4:0QO
Sept. 25' at West Nassau 4:00
Sept.-26 at Yulee ' 4:Q00
Oct. 1 at Episcopal/UC 4:00
Oct. 3 TRINITY 4:00 .
Oct. 8 at Providence 4:00
Oct. 10 -BISHOP KENNY 4:00
Oct. 14 or 15 District
Oct. 22 Region
Oct 28-30 State
': YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Golf
-Sept..12. FERNANDINA '4:00
Sept. 16 EAGLE'S VIEW 4=00
Sept 26 FERNANDINA 4:00
Sept. 30 HILLIARD 4:00
Oct. 7 WEST NASSAU, 4:00
Oct 14 or, 15 District .
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
SSwimming
Sept.' 14, at Bulldog Invitational. Bolles
Sept. 19 FLORIDA D&B' '4:00
Oct 8 at NE Florida Inv.,. Bolles
Oct 10 at Florida D&B 4:00
Oct 24 District 2-2A
Nov. 1 Region 1-2A
Nov. 9 State 2A at Stuart '
SFERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
CrossCountry '
Sept. 21 at Alligator Lake Invite, LC
Sept. 28 at Ponte Vedra Invite,, :
Oct,, County at Hilllard 4:30
Oct. 12 FSU Inivite, Tallahassee
Oct. 19 AMELIA INVITE 8am
'Oct. 24 District 3-2A
Nov. 2 Region 1-2A at Lake City
Nov.,9 State 2A at Tallahassee
FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Football
Sept 17 EPISCOPAL 6:00
Sept. 24 at Duval Charter 6:00
Oct. 1 CHRIST'S CHURCH 6:00
Oct. 8 CAMDEN 5:00
Oct. 15 at Yulee 6:00
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Football
Sept 24 at Camden 5'00
Oct 1 OHARLTON COUNTY 5:00
Oct. 8 at Bolles 6:00
Oct 15 FERNANDINA BEACH 6:00
Oct 22 CALLAHAN 600.
YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Volleyball
Sept..13 at Fernandina' 5:30/6:30
Sept. 16 BAKER. 5:30/7
Sept. 19 atCallahan 5/6:30
Sept. 20 BOLLES 5:30/7
Sept. 23 at Baker 5/6:30
Sept. 26 B team champ at CMS
Sept. 27 County at Hilllard
'atFBHS


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,, ..Golf News, Tips, Trivia & Stats''


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7,216 yards, Par 71 Championship took the place of the
~Western Open, a PGA-Tour event
Defending: Rory Mdoy which was played from 1899 to 2006.
Winng Score:2 under par The Western Golf Association, which
WinngShare: $.440,000 founded and ran the Western Open,
,is involved with running the BMW Championship. It is the third of four
FedEx Cup playoff events'on the PGA Tour'schedule The tournament
is open to the 70 FedEx Cup points leaders following the Deutsche
Bank Championship. The Top 30 FedEx Cup points leaders following
this week's.BMW Championship advance to The Tour Championship.


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Thomas Bjom claimed his firstvictory iTournament Results
r in twb yearswith a playoff win at the
'1. Thomas Bjom
European Masters in Switzerland.. score: -20 *wi pasoir
SBjomrn made a 12-foot birdie putt on.
the first playoff hole to beat Craig Lee. 'it Craig Lee
was to be my week," said Bjom, who shot .
a bogey-free 6-under 65 in the final round. 3. Victor Dubuisson
'I have got a long love relationship with this -t=or6 -19
golf.course," Bjom's 14th career European -
Tour tide was his first since winning this: tournament in 2011, when
he dosed with 62 to also finish 20 under, Victor Dubuisson of France
was third, one shot back after shooting 66.


SJordan Spieth became the first. PGA
Tour rookie to make t Presidents
Cup team. Spieth was chosen by
SU.S. captain, Fred Couples, making
him th6 first PGA Tour rookie to be' named to
the U.S. team in golfs Presidents Cup. Couples
also chose 2012 U.S. Open champion Webb]
Simpson to complete his 12-man roster for the
biennial event. Australian Marc Leishman and
Zimbabwean Brendon de JQnge were added by
captain Nick Price to his team of international
non-Europeans. While Spieth ranked 22nd on the
points list, he has eight top-10 tobmament finishes
this year and won, the John Deere Classic in July
to become the youngest PGA Tfour winner since
1931. He shot 7-under par 64. in the final roupd of,
the Deutsche Bank Champiohship to finish fourth,,
two days before Couples selected him,


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Turned Professional: 1993
World Ranking,'44th ,I
2013 PGA Earnings: $41,171
PGA Tour Wins: 0 .


Through Sept. 8; 2013
1) Henrik Stenson
4,051 pis. / 7 top tens

2) Tiger Woods
4,037 pts. / 8,top tens

S3) Adam Scott
3,917 pts. 1:6 top tens

S4) Matt Kuchar
3,103pts. I,8top tens


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:" park our cart, walk to the ball out in the fairway and then realize that we brought the
wrong dub. More times than not, in a rush, we just decide to go ahead and swing with Fed.x Cup Playoff Standings continued...
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Ho suImmr rbassin


STravis Mills and Robbie O'Hagan are pictured casting
bass lures to a bass-filled island lake, above. Nathan
Bruce, right, is pictured with a nice Amelia Island sum-
mer largemouth bass, he recently landed while fishing
S with a surrac'e plug. Small bass lakes on Amelia Island
S often' produce largemouth bass to, 10 pounds. Jacob
Austin, below, is pictured with a nice largemouth bass
he caught and- released while fishing at Omni Amelia
Island Plantation.,
S! ',': ; :, .' '. PHOTOS BY 'TERRY LACOSS/SPECIAL











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SJoe Bruce took his grand-
son Nathan Bruce to Amelia
Island Bait & Tackle, where
Jimmy Johnson recommerid-
ed he purchase a "Hula
Popper" for local small bass
lake fishing.
That next morning Nathar
tied on his brand new Fred
Arbogast "Hula Popper" to
Sthe business end:of his spin-
ning line and made a length
cast out into the middle of an
Amelia Island freshwaterr
Slake. After engaging his bass
reel,'Nathan popped his sur-
face plug hard on the surface
which soon resulted in an
explosive surface strike, cart
wheeling jumps and.a nice
four-pound summer bass.
SBy the way, if you have the
money, a seller is asking
'$7,500.for an original Fred
Arbogast hand-carved "Hula
Poppeir," I amn sure that Joe
Bruce paid less than $10 for
Nathan's newer model.
'Casting a surface plug intc
the middle of a small Amelia
islandd freshwater lake often
results with an extremely vio-
lent surface striks from
freshwater bass that could
S.possible way on the north'
side of 10 pounds. .
Bass fishing during the
summer months can simply
be fantastic, but:most avid
fishermen pass up freshwater
fishing for saltwater fishing
when big migrations of game
fish have arrived for the sum-
mer fishing season. However,
Largemouth bass have to eat
too and can be readily caught
during the heat of summer.
Look for some of the best
summer bass fishing to conime
after the sun sets when the
water'temperatire begins to
School. Fishing during the first
few hours after the sun rises
also offers excellent hot sum-
mer bassin'
Along with warm water
temperatures, large schools
of golden shiners and shad
are numerous in many of
Amelia Island's small lagoons
lakes and ponds. Keep in
mind sowe olheesal,,,.
freshwater, impCiundm'rits, ,
are 'connected to Saltwater by
*a small creek The mixing of,
saltwater and freshwater in,
some of Amelia Island's bass
lakes-sets up ideal conditions
fpr.both big bass and a.. .
healthystock of forage foods.
Also keep in mind summer
'bass are often f6uhd in
schools while feeding on bait-
fish schools that are'holdihg
"in the deeper portions of the,


S"' freshwater
.D llake. Giant
summer bass
will hold
under the a
schools of
baitfish, wait-.
yug s ing for,
,. ~ ~~ %. tnded ,.
Slbaitfish to
0UIIrVVI00 ,,Wlu sink'.,
l l ---- ed to the bu t.
TerFlacoss mu making
for ~an easy ,
meal. Giant lake bass will
often come t. the surface and
explode on a wounded bait
fishwas well ," ..
SThle larger adult large-'
mouth basswwill wait fcr the,
younger.schooling bass to,
Attack a schoolofbaiifish and,
lazily feed pnthe wounded.
Famous lure maker Fred:
Arbogast had this-in mind
when hecarved his first
wooden "Hula Poippdr," which'
looks like. a large frog with its
S mouth wide open. In fact, t h e
more productive "Hula. :
Poppers" are painted like a
'frog.-
SOtler famous surface
plufgsinclude Heddons "Zara.
SSpook,- torms "sChug Bug'".
and the' ever-ppular Rapala -
floating ASilver i r :;
Sfyou hare new to catching:
summer'ass,, Iwoutldrecoin--
- mend 'filling your spinning
reel with eight-pound rnonofil-
amnt fishing line and tying a
N, I floating "Rapala" to'the '
tag end of your fishing line.
SCast the apala" close to b
C sfiorelinecover or right out,
S'into the middle of the lake ;
and allow for all of the ripples
'to disappear Tighten:upyour
fishing line and give your p ui-'
face plug a couple of hard
jerkG with the rod tip This
Swill typically cause the float- .
ing "Rapala".to make a shal-
low dive and then flat back .
:tothe surface.-
Obviously if-the floating
-Rapala" is retrieved properly,
it is the perfect impersonator
for an injured baitfish Be
patient and give the rapala a
,r i,. wrorkow an d .ypu ,will. ,
cr,tainrily b r,-wai ded with a
trophy summer largemouth -
bass.
S Many of Amelia Island's
small freshwater lakes'and
lagoons are located on
resorts or private property, so)
be sure to receive permission
r 'before fishing. Also catch:
and-release fishing is almost
always recommended t:o pro-'
'tect'Lhe%-srxaD1h'bass lakes .
from becoming over-fished.,
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RECREATION ROUNDUP


The city of Fernandina
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment kwww fbfl I us) offers
.: Indoor soccer Wednes-
Sdays from 6-8 p m. at Peek
S Gym. Fee is $2 for city resi-
-.dents, $5 nor-city. : '
1' Yogapod Flowis
Tuesday, Wednesdays and
Thursday from 1230-1 30
Sp m at the Peck Center Pods.
and round yoga mats are pro-
vided Valaya Yoga is
' Tuesday and Thursdays
from 9 30-10 30 am at Peck.,
Mats and pods are provided
Pitck-a-pose workshop is :
SSaturdays from 9-10"30 a m.
S.at Peck. Sunrise beach yoga
S classes are Wednesdays from
7:30-8:30 a..m, at beach :.
access No 8 Pods provided
Fee for all classes is $7
Super class or $30 for five for
City residents, $8 per class or
; $35 for five classes for hon-


Sunrse
Moonnte
Sunset ,.
Moonset


city residents Workshops are
$20. Registration is required
Contact Brenda Kayne ai
548-3224 or email bck-
ayne@yogapod net **.
Open basketball is Mgn-
days, Wednesdays arid
Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7
p m Tuesdays and Fridays
"' from 11 a m. to 5 p m. and
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Peck Gym, based, on
court availability -.
Adult volleyball is from 7-
'9 p.m TUesdays and Fridays
at Peck Gym Cost is $2 per.
day for city residents k$5 non).,
SYouth volleyball is from 3-5
p m. Tuesday and Friday. Fee
is $2 (city), $5 non-city) .
Peck Gym weight
room/cardio area is open from
11 a m. to 7 p m Monday
through Fnday, offering free
weights, selectonzed equip-
ment, Star Trac'treadmills.


708A High l:16A 561'
108A Low 708P -0 39'
.7:36P Hhigh1:55p' 6.20'
" I iS6P Low 8.04P 6 18'


Surnrse 7 04A High 21I 0A 546'
First Quarter 1:09A Low 8.09A -0.28'
Moonrise 2:08P" High .255P' 6.15'
Sunset, 7:34P Low 8,04P 0.18'
Moonset 1254A High 3:11IA 5.38'
Sunrise 7:09A Low 9:15P -0.26'
HMoonrIse 3:05P Higlh 4.0 1P 6.16'
Sunset 733P Low &10.13P 0.07'


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Sunr,,se
Moonrise
Sunset


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Precor elliptical machines,
Schwinn bikes for ages 13
and up (ages 13-15 with adult
supervision; 16-17 unsuper-.
vised but with waiver signed
by parent or guardian)
-Atlantic Center:fitress!
room offers Precor treadmills
and elliptical machines. Star
Trac bikes, Hammer -Strength
plate loaded fitness machines
and Magnum Fitness Bian-.
gular Senes machines Open,.
. Monday. through Friday from 7
Sa.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday.Y
from 10a.m. to 4 p.m. for
ages 13 arid up (13-15 with,
adult supervision. ages 16-17.
, unsupervised with waiver).
Fee is $3 aday for city resi--
dents, $5 non-city; $25/31 per
month, $120/150 for six
months, or $180/225 for a
year
Daily/monthly fitness area
fees are $3 per day. $25 per


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S**O1 Sunrise 7:IOA High 6:32A 5.98'.
9/16 Moonrise 5:30P,' Low 12:281' -0.73'
Sunset 7:29P High 7:12P 6.63'
Si^ : ,. PMoonset 4:05A Low I07A -0,48'
ue S. Sunrise 7:11IA High ;6:32A 5.98'
9/17 Moonrise 6: 1 Low 12:28P -0.73'
S" Sunset 7:28P 'High 7:12P' 6.63!


5.48' r Moonset
-0.34' W ed. Sunrise,
627' Moonrise
-0.17' Sunset


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month, $75 for four months or
$180 for 12 months for city
residents, $5 per day, $31 per
month, $94 for four months or
$225 for 12 months for non-
city residents. Daily fees and
memberships are valid at both
fitness areas.
SPersonal training is avail-
able at Atlantic or Peck Gym
with Jay Robertson, ISSA cer-
tiftied personal trailer, perform-
ance nutritionist and specialist
in fitness for the older adult
Cost is $30 per session, $75
per week (three sessions) or
$200 a month (two sessions a
week). Monthly packages
include dietary analysis and
food program Call Robertson
at 310-3361 to schedule a
tree introductory appointment.
Private swimming les-
sons for children ages two
and up and adults in 30-mi-
nute sessions cost $20 for city
residents, $25 for non-city,
four-pack $60 for city and $75
non-city, eight-back $100 for
city residents and $125 (non)
Fall homeschoolers' swim
clinic at Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center pool runs
through Nov 21 on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 11-11 50
a.m for ages four and up
Swimmers must be able to
complete 25 yards continu-
ously and unassisted in order
to register Cost is $25 per
month for city residents. $31
non-city
Fernandina Beach Scuba
Club meets at 6 p m the third


Tuesday at the Atlantic Ave-
nue Recreation Center. Call
Kathy Russell, 753-1143, or
Semail krussell@fbfl org
-.Aqua 1 water aerobics is
from 10-10 55 a.rrr weekdays.
at the Atlantic Avenue Recrea-
tion Center pool. Deep water
aerobics (aqua fitness belts ;
required) is Mondays, Wed- '
nesdays and Fridays from 11-
11:55a.m Cost is $50 per
Month city residents) and
$62.50 (non-city) for one class
per day;$60 (city) and $75
(non-city) for two classes; or
$5 for one class, $10 for two.
*.. Gymnastics and tumbling
for cheer classes are held at
the Peck Center. Beginner
classes are Tuesdays and
Thursday from 3:15-4 p.m. or:
4-445 p.m. Advanced class ,
on Tuesday and.Thursdays.
from 4.45-5 45 p m. Fee is
$60 p0er month for city resi-
dents; $75 non-city. Annual .
fees are $12 payablee to AAU
for insurance) Call (904) 404-
6758 or visit www freshspiri-
tadventures.com for informa-
tion.
For PADI open water ,
scuba certification, partici-
pants must provide masks,
snorkels, fins, booties and
weight belts.' Fee is $250
(additional fee for check-out
dives). Register at Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center.
Call Kathy Russell at 277-
7950;
Aikido classes at the
Peck Center are Tuesdays


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and Thursday from 630-8.30'
p m. for ages 14 and up Cost
is $25 per month for city resi-
dents, $30 non-city. Contact.,
Dan Kelley at (904) 400-1498
or diverdan9@gmail.com for'.
information. -
.. Shotokan karate classes
for ages 6 and up' with instrL4c-
tor Jerry Williamson are from.'
S3:30-4 30 p,m Mondays and.
Wednesday in the Peck ,
Center auditorium. Fee is $4 $
monthly for city residents ($45
'for non-city). Uniforms avail-
able through instructor. '
SRegister at the Atlantic 1 :
'Avenue Recreation Center.,
Zumba fitness classes
(high intensity).at the Peck .
Center, second floor, are from.
9:30-10:30 a.m. Monday, :
Wednesday and Fridays and
from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday
Zumba gold (easy)' classes
are from 11-11:45 a:m.
Monday, Wednesdays and
Friday. Zumba toning ,(resist-
ance) is from 9:30-16:30 a.m;
Tuesday and Thursdays. :
Fees are $5 per class or $45;
for 10-class punch card for .:
City residents; $6 per class ot
$55-"10-class card for non-city.
Register at the Atlantic '
Avenue Recreation Center.
Call Kathie at 206-0107 for
information. .
Check. out Central Park
tennis'oourt,.keys at the
Atl nti0'AtIJe Recreation
Center($S'4eposit, refund-
able' If returned within a year).
Beach wheelchairs can ;
be reserved at the Atlantic :
Center; refundable-$50 depot-
sit required. Call 277-7350. :
Maharaj Tennis at Central
Park offers adult clinics .
Monday through Saturday.
Call 548-1472 or email
michelemaharaj@msn. com.
Outdoor public facility
reservations can be made at
the Atlantic Center by com-
pleting a contract and paying
a refundable $50 damage
deposit. Outdoor pavilions at
Main Beach must be rented.


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Tides, Sun & Moon: September 11-18, 2013


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709A Low 10:21A
3:57P Hi-gh iOP
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The Fernandina Beach ;. .
office of Baptist Heart -
Specialists has stepped up .-.
their efforts to support the
American Heart '
Association's upcoming
First Coast Heart Walk.
George Le-Bert, MD,
right, a Baptist heart cardi-
ologist who lives in
Fernandina Beach, is entic-
ing patients and the corn- -
munity to support their
ftimdraising efforts by
agreeing to wear a special
outfit. Every time an addi-
tional $100 is raised"
towards their $1,000 goal,
Le-Bert puts on his danc-
ing gear to see patients and
do :hospital rounds. IHis
cardiology patients have V'
taken to calling it the "He's .
Got Heart" tutu. So if you .
see a physician doing
rounds at Baptist Nassau ,
in a tutu be sure to stop
-and give him a dollar or '
two to support his efforts.
The American Heart
Association's First Coast
Heart Walk is Sept.'21 at
Metropolitan Park in :'
Jacksonville. Activities.
begin at 8 a.m. and thie .3- '
mile walk at 9 a.m. It is
open to the public and peo-
ple friendly pets are wel-
come. Donate online at
www.firstcoastheartwalk.
corn or call 261-9786.
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HOME& GAB

!Farmeis markets
Sept 14 at the Fernandina Beach Market
Place farmers' market, in downtown
Fernandina Beach will introduce another new
vendor to Amelia Island.',..
C: hef Roxy, from Cafe Bleuu in Welaka, will
join other exhibitors on North Seventh Street
with her popular dishes like chicken soup, ,
lasagna, chicken parmesan;-blue cheese and
quiche .. '.
SWooks Beef Jerky attends the market
Very week, bringingtheir world famous jerky,
from Lakeland. Flavors include teriyaki, hicko-
ry, pepper and a personal favorite, spicy,
Cajun.., '
Ina and her husband, The Dutchman, of
Seven Trees Nursery in Jacksonville, bring a
wide variety of house and patio plants to
Fernandina. Their succulents,, hangingbas-
kets, flowering plants and tropicals are
unique, healthy and easy to care for; it i ,4ard.
not to buy a iew 6ne.edrchand ever-y.-wek.. -
SLizzies Cheese Straws,'An Un-lelievable
Egg Roll, and local'restaurants Merge and
Kelleys Courtyard Cafe will also be attending
the market on Saturday.* ':
Music.will be provided by lols Joey and
Jeanne, with Quality Health-joining the mar-
ket to promote their upcoming free Health
Fair, and the Amelia Island-Fernandina Beach-.
Yulee Chamber of Commerce will be on hand
to answer your .questions.-
The Fernandina Beach Market Place tarm-
Sers' market is open every Saturday, from 9
a.m. to 1:00 p.m., rain or shine. Well-behaved,
.leashed pets are welcomed, too For more
information visit : .
www.FernaridinaBeachM'arketPlace.com..'

Bob Williamson of Srsly Chocolate hasl
joined the Amelia Farmers Market, aka-.,
Fernandina Farmers Market, as a new vendot. ,
SBeing involved in the up-and-comning artian sai
food movement with a background in every-
thing from beer brewing to beekeeping and
even time vith the market's longtime vendor,
Sweet Grass Dairy, Bob struck out on his own
to become a bean-to-bar chocolate maker.
SThese handcrafted chocolates are rhade with'
superior cacao beans from the Dominican
Republic, which Bob roasts to perfection
beforegrinding and making into hisbhand-
crafted chocolates. Of the flagship chocolate
bars; there fs a 70 percent cacao bar and for
Sthe dai-k chocolate lover, an 84-percent cacao
intensity.Chocofiles will also enjoy the special-
tybars such as the Oaxacan Espresso Bar and .
the popular Sea Salt & Almond Chocolate Bar.
Additionally, handcrafted caramels including
Chocolate Sea Salt Carairels will be featured.
Srsly Chocolate will be at the market Sep; 14
and 28 and the second and fourth Saturdays
thereafter ,
Also Saturday will be Minorcan Datil
Pepper with their mustard that is the ',
perfect zing for hot dogs and baked bean's
and potato salads, shrimp salads, deviled eggs: .
and more can be perfectly spiced with
Minorcan's Garlic-Datil Mayonnaise. Not to' be .
missed is their Datil pepper relish; Datil pep-
per vinegar and Datil sweet heat- salsa, hot
sauces, marinades, barbecue sauces, jams'
and jellies.
Every Saturday Cinnamon Apples offers its
innovative secret recipe baked apples that are'
just the right compliment to fish and pork as


WDEN BRIEFS$
well as,.a topping for brownies arid ice cream.
These are not sweet apples but you can add
some sweetener to create the filling for a pie.
Also every Saturday is Simply Savory
Gourmet Dips, Qne of the most popular
booths. Whether seeking a dip to make with
cream cheese or Greek yogurt, or a rub, or as
a sauce for pasta or bread dipping, there is a
dip for every shopper. From Roasted Garlic &
Herb, French Onion. Crab, Heavenly
Horseradish, Portabella & Artichoke,
Sundried Tomato & Bacon and Spinach
Artichoke dips for veggies and chip:dipping to
the Tropical Delight with cool whip for fruit
wedges, .there is a flavor for everyone.
Fresh fish and shrimp are available every
Saturday at Coaistal Shrimp. Fresh from the
boats is shrimp, flounder, grouper, mahi mahi
and usually a surprise catch. Be sure to make
Coastal one of your first stops since they are
vel y popular. ,
The MNarket is the per'eci t place to learn
aboul one o[f iI,: mno-t b,..auriful flowers, the
oichid Help and information is always
available at Orchids by Del-Rei for growing,,
repotting and solving problems for these
tropical flowers. Have a sick or tired orchid?
Bring it to the market for some hands-on-help.
With over 20 years of raising orchids, Fred
does orchid displays and sales throughout the
state and if he is bdsy, just ask his mentoree,
Haley. -
Sign up for the E-mail Newsletter at
,www.ameliafarmersmarketcome. The award-
winning Amelia, Farmers Market is open
every Saturday-from 9 a.m:-l p.m. at the
Shops at OmniAmnelia Island Plantation.No
pets, please. Call 491-4872 or visit www.amelia-
farmersmarketcom. -
Spanish mission
Come celebrate five centuries of Spanish
influence in Florida with an informative talk
about the San Juan del Puerto Mission on Ft
George Island, at the Ribault Club on Fort
George Island at 2 p.m. Sept. 14. Learn about
Fr. Pareja, who translated the native
Timnucuan language and gained insight.into
their unique culture. No reservations are nec-
essary and the program is free.' For informa-
tion contact the Talbot Islands Ranger Station
at (904) 251-2320. Visit www.floridas-
tateparks,org.
Plantdclinic
County Extension Director/Horticulture
Agent Becky Jordi will conduct a Plant Clinic
from' 10 a.m.-2p.m. Sept. 16 at the Yuilee .
Extension Office, AiA and Pages Dairy Road:
All county residents are invited to bring plant
samples showing problems in their land- ,
escapes. Problems -,ill be identified and solu-
tions offered for correction. There is no fee
for this service. For information call (904) 879-
11019. Master Gardeneirs are on office duty on
SFridaysat491-7340. '
Tortaise talk,
Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter.
will meet Sept 19at 630,p.m.. atthe Regency
Square libi ary, 9900 Regency Square Blvd,
Jacksonville, fora program entitled "The -
Gopher Thi toise." presented by Dr Joe
Butlt,. Uiiv'ersiy otw Nti h Florida The meet- ,
ing is frev muid open their public. Visit "
http://ixia.fnpschap'ters.org or call (904) 655'
2550 for additional information,


HE'S GOTHEART


LITERARY

LEANINGS

Book release party
The Amelia Island
Museum of History will
host a book signing Sept. 12
from 5-7 p.m. for its new
publication, Meet Me on
Amelia Island, timeless,
images and flavorful recipes
from the island, at The Book
Loft, 214 Centre St.
The book was a collabo-
rative effort by photogra-
pher Steve Leimberg
(UnSeenlmages.com),
".writer and News-Leader
columnist Dickie Anderson,
and museum trustee Judy
Pillans. It contains a blend
of Leimberg's fascinating
photos and recipes from
Lisa Waas.
At the book release
event, taste recipes from the
book, prepared by local %,
restaurants, wine pairings
provided by Amelia Liquors
and music by Laid Back.
RSVP to 261-7378, ext 101
or Phyllis@ameliamuseunm.
org.
Women's program
The Nassau County
Library System presents a
Women's InformationPro-
gram with speaker, author,
seminar leader and coach,
Deb Cottle, on Sept 19 from
noon to 1 p.m. at the Florida
'House Inn,,22 S. Third St.
Hear Cottle speak on.
"How to ,tay Motivated for
More Than A Day!" With
her four-step GUTS .
Formula. Visit
www.WorldOnAStrfing.com.
Admission is free. Cottle
will sign her books and.
CD's following the presenta-
tion. Lunch tickets are $12
each at the library on North
Fourth Street Deadline is
Sept 13. Visit www.nassau
reads.com.
Bok gnng
Scott' Stevenson, author
of Decay Time: A Wall Street
Murder and Morality Tale,
will speak about his book
and hold abook signing on
Sept 26 from 5-6 p.m. at The
Book Loft, 214 Centre
Street
Stevenson worked in
New York and London for
several global investment
banks as well as bouiitiiue
finance firms over his 20-
year career. Scott is the son
of Millie Stevenson of
Amelia Islanrrd.
In the book, a dead man
is found in an opulent
Manhattan hotel. Who is
he? Was it murder or sui-
cide?.And would it make yet
another headline about the
financial meltdown rocking
Wall Street? Chip Smith, a
veteran investment banker
atSmyfh Johnston,-was
looking forward to a com-
fortable retirement uitil he
found himself an unwilling
player in a changing Wall
Street scene. View the book
at-Amazon.com. Call the
Book Loft'at.261-8991.
Author's
marketplace
The Local Author's
Market Place will be held
Sept 28 and 29 from 10
. ,a.m.-4 p.m. at St.' Peter's
Episcopal Church, 801
Atlantic Ave., featuring over
30 authors, (including New
York Times bestselling
authors Wendy Wax and
Ken Bui'ger), five work-
shops, children's activities;
Sonny's BBQ and more.
Visit www.localauthorsmar-
ketplace.net for information
or call 321-6180.
,On Sept. 29 from noon-2
p.m. enjoy an Author's
Luncheon with talks by
Wendy Wax and Ken Bur-. ,
'ger at Joe's 2nd Street
Bistro. Enjoy two hours with
the authors, free books and
prizes. Tickets are on sale at
Books Plus with proceeds
benefiting Family Resource
'Center of Nassau County.
For information call 261-
0303.


Chanel is a beautiful girl
with a beautiful smile to
match her lovely name! She's
a medium-sized, 2-year-old
Black Mouth Cur mix, with a
tan-and-white coat She was
fo allali ceme rX.
to someone and was well
taken care of; she is in good
condition and heartworm-
'free, and seems to be very
well socalized.'She walks
extremely well on her leash
and likes to do her business
outside, so if she's not already
housetrained.we think she '
should be easy to train. She's
very affectionate and loves to
Scuddle. She also knows how
to sit and really aims to
please; She is getting adjusted
Sto shelter life and is getting
along well with people. What
she'd really like is a loving for-'
Sever home- we think she'd
'be a fine addition to any dog
lover's family'
Claudette is gorgeous gal
who would be forever grateful
to a special cat lover for giving
her a loving home for her
retirement years.: Claudette is
about 10 years old and is a
Domestic Long Hair mix.


If you are looking for a lap
cat, then Audrey is the kitty
for you. This sweetie is a
friendly young female tuxedo
with white whiskers who likes
to be with you, but also
enjoys her alone time. Audrey
will join you at the computer
for company and then sit
nearby to supervise or nap.
She gets along with other cats'
and is an all-around great girl.
Audrey came to Cats Angels
as a stray and is being cared
for by a foster family. Audrey
is too nice of a cat not to have
her very own "forever" home.
Please call to meet her, you
will be glad you did. Audrey
is spayed, tested, current on
all vaccinations and micro-
chipped. Meet felines of
every size and description in
our cattery who are waiting
for their new lives and "forev-
er" homes. Visit our website
at www.catsangels.com or call
321-2267 to meet with an
Adoption Volunteer. Cats
Angels Adoption
Center/Thrift Store is located
at 709 S. .Eighth St. and open
Monday through Saturday
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Shop for Halloween deco-
rations and party supplies at
the Cats Angels Thrift Store
and for a wide selection of
household items and decora-
tions, furniture, books, jewel-
ry, CD/DVD's and more.
Donations of clean items in
working order for the Thrift


She's very affectionate, but
she's afraid here at the shelter
with all of the other cats. She's
a small gal and, she has a stun- .
ningly beautiful orange-and-, '
black coat, and a pretty face
too. She would: probably feel ai
lot -ioreo -ecui e ii a nic., 'J:. ;":
quiet home with someone to .
love her. She'd not only be a
loving companion, she'd give
you the wonderful feeling of
knowing that you've done 'a
great thing for a sweet little '
cat. Please ask about our
Seniors for Seniors program -
special reduced adoption rates
for senior citizens adopting ;
senior pets! :
You can see pictures and
videos of our adoptable dogs .
and catsat ourwebsite,
NassauHumaneSociety.com. '
Arid you can meet' them at our
Adoption center at 671 Airport -
'Road now open. 6 days a .
week! The hours are 11:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 11.
a.m.-3 p.m. Suindays.'Please C
come on over, bring your fam-
ily and your other pets, and
meet your new best friend!
Call us at (904) 321-1647, or
emailadoptnhs@yahoo.com. ,


STARS


Full of personality in a little
package, "Little Man", a 6-
pound, 4-year-old, Black and
Tan Chihuahua is one of the
sweetest boys you will ever
' find. Because of illness, his
owner no longer can care for
Little Man and wants to find
him, .a new "Best Friend"!, He
is a very happy dog who '
dances around arid gives kiss-
es. He is great with other'
dogs and cats and totally
housebroken.
Save the Animals Rescue
Society does not run, a shelter.
Animals are fostered by
STARS members until a suit
able' and caring home is
found. STARS needs new fos-
ter homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase


adoptions.
If you are interested in
adopting a STARS dog, please
visit our website at'www.star-
sofamelia.org and fill.out an
adoption application.


rPET PROJECTS
Aipr od ada asnBmn~cey


Splash Bash'
Tickets are on sale now for the third annual
Splash Bash, starting 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21
at the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park.' It's a
party with beer and wine available, free appe-
tizers, music and an exciting finish to select
two $500 winners.
Tickets are $10 each, and the winners will
be chosen by Katy the Golden Retriever,
whose specialty is diving for tennis balls.
Every ticket sold will have a number, and ten-
nis balls with corresponding numbers will be
awaiting Katy in the Dog Park pool. Katy will
plunge into the pool and emerge with two ten-
nis balls, and if a number matches your ticket,
you win the cash. Tickets are available at the
NHS Second Chance store at' 1002 South 14th
St. in Fernandina Beach, the Dog Park at 641


Airport. Road, and at NassauHumaneSociety.
corn. Proceeds benefit NHS and Relay for Life.
WalkonWildSide
Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA presents a "Walk on
the Wild Side Safari" at the Catty Shack Ranch
Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville from 6-8:30
'p.m. Sept. 21. Enjoy a guided tour of the sanc-
tuary and experience the night feeding of
Siberian tigers, lions, cougars, leopards and
bobcats.
Tickets are $23 adults and $13 for children
under 11. Complimentary dessert'and bever-
age will be served. Tickets can be purchased
at Cats Angels Thrift Store, 709 S. Eighth St.,
Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Or
call Jan at 583-2870. This fundraiser is tax
deductible and benefits Cats Angels and Catty
Shack. Visit www.cattyshack.org.


Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA, a 501(c)3 non-prof-
it organization, receives no government
monies and relies solely on donations, grants
arid fundraising. Visit www.catsangels.com.
Wanted: adopters
If you are looking for lifelong pet friend,
Nassau County Animal Services has a number
of dogs and cats that have adoption sponsors
and the only cost to you is $10 for a county tag
if you live in Nassau County.
Stop by Nassau County Animal Services,
view the pets, and take one home. Most are
spayed or neutered and have current rabies
shots. Your pet also comes with a microchip.
Most are visible online at nassaucountyfl.com.
Go to the "Departments" link and click on
Animal Services. Go to adoptions and click on
cats or dogs. Some of the animals have videos.


Nassau County Animal Services is located
at 86078 License Road in Yulee, behind the
Auto Zone and.across from Target on A1A.
Call 491-7440.
Challenge grant
The Chardonnay Foundation has announ-
ced a $200,000 Challenge Grant in support of
the Nassau Humane Society's Capital
Campaign to build a new 11,000-square-foot
animal shelter and adoption center. The grant
runs through Oct. 31, matching donations
made to the campaign.
The new Nassau Humane Society shelter
will increase capacity for care of animals,
meeting modern standards and best practices.
Visit www.nassauhumanesociety.com; call
491-1511; or mail to PO. Box 16090,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035.


Store are accepted during
business hours (no comput-
ers or old televisions please).
Think of Cats Angels when
you have garage sale left-
overs. Supplies to help take
care of our cats'are greatly
appreciated and we can use
paper towels, bleach, deter-
gent, vinegar, clay litter and
cat food (especially kitten
food). To those of you who
leave donations anonymously
or through Miss.Lydia's Wish
List at amazon.com, please
accept our thanks and appre-, ;
ciation. -
Be the solution to animal
overpopulation and unwanted
littersand have animals in '
your care spayed and
"neutered. We can help you. '
Call Cats Angels at 321-2267
'for options on low cost
spay/neuter services. Spay :
and neuter it's the responsi-
ble solution.


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Blues Festival
For the News-Leader
The 2013 Amelia Island
Blues Festival starts this Friday'
on Centre Street in front of the
Palace Saloon. The concert is a
free event, although attendees
are encouraged to bring two
cans or boxed food items per
person for the Barnabas Food
Bank.
"It has been a pleasure to
work with Barnabas as one of
our benefactors this year and
the committee looks forward to
a long-term partnership with


partners
this worthy cause, says l"estival end 1BB
President Jeff Malone. music at
Music will be played from 6- througlhc
8 p.m. Roger "Hurricane" Miller I
Wilson and the "Blues In School Hurrica
Band" will open the evening, ShuffTleJ
followed by Albert Ca'stigilia. who was
Afterwards, Albert and his band Blues M
.will also host an After Festival bluesmnai
Jam starting at T0:30 p.m. at the Popovic,
Palace Saloon. The Hea
On Saturday, thefestival will ing up to
continue at the historic harbor- Mud M,
front. The gates will open at Waters o
10:30 a.m. with Claudette King, setting o
youngest daughter of blues leg- front dur


with Barnabas


King, kicking off the
11 a.m. Seven bands
ut the day include Josh
Blues Review, Roger
ane" Wilson and the
unkies. John Nemeth,
s nominated for five
usic Awards, Chicago
rin Zac Harmon and Ana
on her Can You Stand
t tour, will follow, lead-
o the event closing act,
lorganfield, Muddy
ldestsoh,with the sun
ver the beautiful river-
*ing his performance.


Friday's concert n
isafree event, ar a s
although attendees CENTERa INC
are encouraged .ENTER, INC
to bring two cans or boxed food items per
personfor the Barnabas Food Bank.


General admission tickets
can be purchased for $20 prior
to the event at ticket outlets and
www.ameliaislandbluesfesti-


val.com or at the gate for $25.
VIP tickets are also available
for $50 and include a festival.T-
shirt


MichaelAllman in concert


Friday atDog Star Tavern


Por the News-Leader


Michael Allman, the eldest son of famed rock
legend Gregg Allman, is set to play the Dog Star
Tavern, 10 N. Second St., downtown Fernandina
Beach, on Friday.
Born July 2, 1966 shortly before the formation
of the Allman Brothers Band, Michael Allman
spent the first six years of his life not knowing who
his biological father was. It was not until the man
who he thought was his father, Daniel Green,
died in a plane crash that his mother revealed to
him who his natural father was. Raised by just his
mom, Michael acted out as any young adolescent
would have without a solid male role model in his
life.
At the age of 15, he was enrolled in a military
academy to try to give him structure and disci!
pline. In 1983, at the age of 17, Michael Allman's
mom was diagnosed.with breast cancer. As she
began her treatments, Michael moved in with
his now famous father in California. As Michael
puts it, "Dad was on the road a lot and bounced
in and out. He treated me very well, took me t6
Disney World and stuff. But fathering has never
been his job."


Michael's music cAreer started off working as
a soundman and DJ. He then progressed into
sitting in with local bands and singing vocals.
He led the "Michael Allman Band" throughout
most of the 1990's before he traded it in for the
serenity of domestic life. It was during this peri-
od that he faced his greatest obstacle,'testicular
cancer in 2002. After a full recovery, Michael
decided to give music another attempt and in
mid-2007 began singing and writing again.
In 2008 he started recording his debut CD.
During that year he kept busy while working on
his CD, by making over 100 guest appearances
with many different bands and musicians from
coast to coast. In the fall of 2009, he completed
and released "Michael Allman's Hard Labor
Creek" on his own All-Skinn Music Group label.
Going through ups and downs in life has giving.
MichaelAllman 1he right perspective in life to sing
the Southern blues from the heart. Having the
look and sound of his father during his younger
years, a Michael Allman show is both a tribute to
his genetic roots and a reflection of his own per-
sonal past through original material..
Show time starts at 9:30 p.m, and tickets are
$5. For more information call 27.7-8010.


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Michael Allman, son of rock legend Gregg Allmnan, plays the Dog Star ,Tavern in
Fernandina Beach on Friday.


MUSIC EVENTS

Revival Fest
The inauguralRevival Fest
will take place Sept. 14 at the
old Paint Shops at the
Georgia State Railroad
Museum in Savannah, Ga.,
featuring two stages, 12
bands, a pig roast and oyster
roast. Additional plans .
include a brafthbourbon-tast, e,
ing tent, craft beers and local
farm-to-table food. A portion
of the proceeds will benefit
the Savannah Children's
Museum, also located on the
site.
Music will focus on blues,
Southern rock, Americana,
bluegrass, gospel, folk and
soul with a combination of
local, regional and national
acts. Visit www.revivalfest.org
or call (478) 254-0888.
'Goin' Coastal'
"Goin' Coastal Music
Series" presents The Lee
Boys with supporting acts
Parker Urban Band and
Spred The Dub on Oct. 5 at
Buccaneer Field (Pop Warner
Football field). Tickets are
$10 in advance and $15 at the
door. Music starts at 5:30
p.m., immediately after the
City of Fernandina Beach 5th
Annual Butts and Brisket
competition. Cold refresh-
ment will be served. Tickets
can be purchased at the
Atlantic Recreation Center
Sand Dog Star'Tavern, 10 N.
Second St. For information,.
call 277-7350 or 277-8010. Join
the Facebook page for the lat-
est updates on the event.
JazzFest
The Amelia Island Jazz
Festival will run Oct. 6-13
with headliner concerts by.
noted swing masters the
Royal Crown Revue, Oct. 11,
and smooth saxophonist
Mindi Abair, Oct. 12, at the
Omni Amelia Island ,
Plantation. Resort'Concert
Pavilion, as well 'as other
exciting events, including jazz
and blues nights. For the
complete schedule of shows,
jam sessions and venues or
to purchase tickets- go to
www.ameliaislandjazzfesti-
val.com. For more informa-
tion call (904) 504-4772 or
email info@ameliaislandjaz-
zfestival.com.
A iot for profit 501 (c) (3)
corporation, the Les DeMerle
Amelia Island Jazz Festival
distributes proceeds toward a
college scholarship program
for aspiring jazz musicians.


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SPECIAL EVENTS

9/11 concert
The Jacksonville Sister
Cities Association September
Peace Concert will be held at
' 6:30 p.rn. Sept. 11 at St.
John's Cathedral, 256 East
Church St., in Jacksonville,
Admission is free.
Starrynights
The final Starry Nights,
Music In The Park perform-'
ance will be held Sept. 14 from
7-9 p.m. at the St. Marys
Waterfront Park in downtown
St. Marys, Ga. The featured
act is 'The Just Jazz Quartetf
with tunesfrom classics like
Duke Ellington and Miles
Davis.
SThe Starry Nights series is
Designed to showcase local


presents a gathering of some
of the community's 2013
favorite artists, each contribut-
ing new pieces, on Sept. 14.
Who's who: Susan
Henderson, Susie Sax, Jim
Widerman, Paul Massing, Bill
Birdsong, Joe Winston,
Beverly Hansen, Steve
Leimberg, Lea Gallardo and
Wayne Howard. That means
glass, pottery, collage, pho-
tography, watercolor, abstract,
realism, nature, acrylics, oil
and more.
The reception is Sept. 14
from 5-8 p.m. at the gallery,
14 S. Seventh St. (across
from LuLu's). The show.can'
also be viewed the following
two Saturdays during the
Farmers' Market hours, 9
a.m.-1 p.m. This historic prop-
erty is not handicap accessi-
Ible. Call 432-8330.


ning promptly at 6:30 p.m.
The bingo session is nine
games for $20, with riultiple
jackpots paid out, For ques-
tions email post54bingo@
yahoo.com. Proceeds support
programs sponsored by the
American Legion.
Just Friends
The Just Friends Single
Society meets once a month
for dinner. If you are single
and over the age of 55, call
321-1116 to join. It's free to
register.
Meditationgroup
The Amelia Insight sitting
group (Sangha) meets every
Tuesday at the Dome Healing
Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m.
They start with a reading and,
discussion of a verity of mate-
rial related to the practice and
: philosophy of Insight
* Meditation and mindfulness,
Followed by a 45.minute sitting
(30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone-
interested in.meditation is
invited to attend all or part of


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stars." The outdoor venue -CeeDriylUnd.eon go to ameliaiosight.org or call
; along the St. Marys River pro-' ARK.of Nassau, which 261-9143 .
Sides a nostalgic feeling Qf "supports developmentally dis- '
'. family and community and is able adults, will benefit from GeM, sCorner
Salways'a free event. Bring your. the "Celebrity Waiter '. Gerri's Comer of Comfort,
law.n chairs and your'dancing .Luncheon" at Ciao Italian a nonprofit resource center for
shoes. For more information Bistro inr d6wntowh. women with cancer, answers'
call the St. Marys Welcome ,,.-' Fernandin'a' Beach at 11:30 questions in a confidential set,
SCenter at (91.2) 882-4000, a.m. Oct.3 and 4. Additional ting, provides support group
_seating until 2-p.m. information, brochures, refer-
A wor ; : ;" i?,, "it's a competition. Who will" once materials, a lending'
The Island Art Association; get the biggest tips?" says library and more through
18 N. Second St.,.is hosting ARK. EXcutive Director Faye trained volunteers. It offers
John and Andrea Mateer as' Johnson. On Oct. 3 State ' stylish head coverings, hair-
S the featured'artists of the Rep. Janet Adkins will beLthe. pieces, sleep caps, chemo
S month for September. As an :' maitre d' and city commission- bags with necessities and
* .. exhibting member of the' ::' ,' ers the waiters. On Oct 4, comfort pillows free of .charge.
Island ArtAssociation, S .tate Sen. Aaron Bean will be open Monday-Friday from
Andrea's paintings are dis- the mtaifre d' and county corn-., .noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall
played in the gallery through- missioners*will be waiters. :, at Memorial United Methodist
out the year. John has just .. Lunch is $10. Seating is Uimitt' Church on North Sixth Street,
recently, begun to display his ed. Call 206-4311 for reserva- downtown Femandina Beach.
Sfused glass. creations, winning tions Ca11277-0099. '
an Honorable Mention with his WEEK'
first Art Nouveau entry. .Both T llsWEEK Genealogygoup
use color to achieve form, RingoThurSayS, Genealogy group meetings
composition and light in their ii ay are held at Yulee United
creations. Meet them at the The public is invited to play Methodist Church, 86003
Second Saturday Artrageous bingo every Thursday at.the Christian Way'; Yulee, the sec-
Artwalk opening reception at : Legion, 626.,S. Third'St., i ondand fourth Thursday of
the IAA Gallery on Sept. 14 .. Fernandina Beach, in the each month from 9-11 a.m.
from 5-7 p.m.;, with the gallery 'large smoke-free meeting hall. 'New members are welcome.
remainingopen until p.m Doors open at'5:30 p.m.'and Call'225-5381 or. Paulette
"- *' :' ." -early bird games start at 6:05. Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
S the Seventh Street Gallery ,p.m., with regularplay begin- mation. .
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poetry
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the 1980s
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7. *One excellent
adventurer
8. Extract (metals)
by heating
9. Winter Olympic
sport
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offering,
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grapefruit hybrid
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22. Debtor's note
.24. Slang for urban
Miners
:25. 'Tiananmen
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S26. 'Star of 1984's
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27. Disreputable
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accessories '
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57. Leave at the
altar, e.g.
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59. Sour milk sign
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Alliance on Mental Illness)
hosts advocacy meetings,the
third Thursday of each month
at 6 p~m. at the Northeast
Community Action Agency,
1336'Jsmine St., Suite 100,
Femaridina Beach, free and
Sopen.to all.
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with a mental health diagnosis
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* 18th St., led by psychiatric
nurses and free of charge.
Family support meetings,
also free, are the fourth
Thursday at 7 p.m. for family
members/caretakers of those
with a mental health diagno-
sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 801 AtlanticAve.
Nassau NAMI provides
emergency medications,
emergency dental services,
referrals/support and toi-
letries/shoes to individuals
with chronic mental illness. To
learn more or to volunteer,
contact President Lisa Mohn
at 277-1886 or email Nassau
NAMIFlorida@gmail.com.
Maritime Museum
SThe Maritime Museum of
Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every
Friday at q p.m. The programs
are jointly sponsored by the
museum and Amelia'
Research and Recovery, LLC
the Amelia-based company
that searches for and recov-
ers sunken treasure from
Spanish Galleons. The muse-
um is located at 1335S.
Eighth St. No reservations are
needed. Call (904) 838-668&
or (904) 838-6619.
Freeyoga
Connected Warrior, a gen-
tle, peaceful, restorative yoga,
is offered every Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at Go Yoga, 708 S.
Eighth St. This program is
ongoing and free to military,
veterans and their families.
For Information mail
lnfo@g6yogaamelia.com.,
Laptopworkshop
A beginner Laptop
Workshop will be held in
September at the Council On
Aging East Nassau, 1367
South 18th St., Femandina -
Beach, for people interested
in learning the basics of their
computer. The class will be
taught by Jan Cote-Merow,
Computer Coach, who has
been' teaching private and
group lessons onAmell
Island for the past 10 years.
The cost of each session Is a
donation of $10 1o Council on
,Aging, a 501 .c3 not-for-profit
charity. Call Jan at 583-2870.
for dates and registration
information.
ChIfs fundraiser
Chili's Restaurant in Yulee
is hosting its annual fundraiser
for the St. Jude Children's ,
Research Hospital for the
month of September Donate
buy purchasing special T-; .
shirts and slap bands or "color
a pepper." On Sept. 23 all .,
Chili's Restaurants around.the
world will donate their profits
that day to St. Jude. They alsc
will hold'a silent'auction of,,
itemsdonated by loIcal busi-
nesses, with all proceeds
going to St'. Jude. To donate
to, the silent auction email
Chili's at c01,268@chilis.cor,
Newcomers coffee
The Newcomers:,Club of
Amelia Island will host its
monthly coffee on Sept. 12 at
10:30 a.m. Women interested
in joining the club and'who
reside in Nassau County (no
matter how long they have
lived here) are welcome to
attend. For information con-
tact Lulu Elliott at luluelliott@


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hotmail.com or 548-9807 (or
other contact on the coffee
committee), or visit www.new-
comersofameliaisland.com.
Officeopening
Girl Power 2 Cure invites
the community to a ribbon cut-
ting ceremony and reception
*5-7 p.m. Sept. 13 as they
open their nonprofit offices
ahd volunteer center for Rett
Syndrome at 626 S. Eighth St.
For additional information visit
www.gp2c.org or call 277-
2628.
'Charlie Brown'
St. Marys Little Theatre
presents "You're a Good Man,
Charlie Brown" Sept. 13,14,
20 and 21 at 7 p.m. and on
Sept. 22 at 2 p.m. at Theatre
by the Trax, 1000 Osborne
Road, St. Marys, Ga. Tickets
s are $12 for adults and $8 for
children 12 and under and
available at Once Upon a
SBookseller in downtown St.
Marys, On the Green Salon
and Day Spa at the entrance
to Osprey Cove, Friese Studio
of Music at the entrance to
ShadoWlawn, or at the Kings-
e land Depot, 200 East King
Ave. in Kingsland, Ga. Groups
of 10 or more can get a group
'rate of $10 per ticket. Visit
Swww.stmaryslittletheatre.com
or call (912) 729-1103.
Business expo
SCedar Haven will host an
Extravaganza Business Expo
Son Saturday, Sept. 14 from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. at theAtlantic
Avenue Recreation Center.
auditorium, 2500 Atlantic Ave.
Join organizers for entertain-
Sment, food and fun and more
than 30 vendors, as well as
food by Ms. Pam from
SChristopher's Pejr II'and live
entertainment. Admission is
$3 per adult and $1 per child.
SAll proceeds will benefit Cedar,
Haven Transitional House.
Artforlkids
The Island Art Association
will offer a Tie & Batik Glass
.-fqr kids of all ages' on Sept.
14. Cost ise$17 per partici- .
pant. Instructor is Sarah Bash-
IGleason. "Dress for mess",.
.and bring two white T-shirts
and/or cotton materials.,
Students will learn .the
process of tie dying and batik-
ing and how to emphasize
color and create shapes.
.7. Introduction toDrawing&'
r + Painting is'Sept. 24' Cost is
$.17 per- participant. Instructor
'- is. parah Bash.GleSqn K.ids,
uof all ages welcome. 'Dress
Sfor mess"-paper,'brushes
r-*" arnd. paint provided, Students'
Swill learn the fundamentals of
w,-: drawing and sketching to
Transfer the itiages onto can-
S-'vas and create a work of art.
-Brihg two cafinvases of 8 by .11
inches or 16 by 24 lnchei,',
and/or an illustration board
.(less expensive)"
R, Reserve'your space, with.
Bash-Gleason for each class
at skyedesigns@live.com or
(912) 342-3677. Space is lim-
ited.
SPancake breakfast
F'emandina Boy Scout" .
Troop 701-will host a pancake
breakfast fundraiserat
Applebee's on Sept. 14 from
8-.10 a.m. The Scouts are rais-
ing money to help pay for a
weekend campout on an air-
craft carrier at Patriot's Point
in South Carolina. Tickets are
S$8 and can be purchased
from aScout in advance or
walk-ins are welcome. For
information call 206-2031, .
Craft Show
Morocco Shriners Annual
Fall Arts' & Crafts Festival will
beheld Sept. 14 from 9 a.m.5
.p.m. and Sept. 15 from 10
a.m.- 5 p.m.,.at'the Morocco '
Shrine Center, 3800 St. Johns
Bluff Road South. Admission
is $3 for adults and kids under
12:arefree. ',
'/ ,This indoor air-conditioned
', show includes ample free
parking. A host of exhibitors
offer upique, high quality.
items for sale. For a $1.00 off
visit'http:/nefishriners '
'shows.org/ and click coupons
or contact.(904) 642-5200 for
information. ." .
Steaknnght "
The VFW Post 4351 Men's,
Auxiliary will hosta Steak.
Night Sept. 14 at 5'.30 p.m. for
a $12 donation..'
Dinner will include steak,


baked potato, corn on the cob
and salad. Karaoke to follow
with Eddie Carter.
All members and their
guests are welcome. The
VFW is'located at 96086 '
Wade's Place, under the
Shave Bridge.
NEXT WEEK

Homecoming
It's a new day at Five
Points Baptist Church, 736
Bonnieview Road, Fernandina
Beach. Come celebrate
Homecoming with them on
Sept. 15, with music at 10
a.m. and message at 11 a.m.


A covered dish meal will fol-
low. For more information, call
the church office at 261-4615.
Confederate sons
The Sons of Confederate
Veterans will meet Sept. 16 at
7 p.m. at the Pig Barbeque -
Restaurant in Callahan, for a
presentation on the flags of
the Confederacy. The public is
invited to attend.
Auditions .
Amelia Community
Theatre will hold auditions for
the dramatic thriller "Yankee .
Tavern"' from 6-P p.m. on
Sept. 16 at 209 Cedar St.. The
show is'directed by Bob
Weintraub arid performances :
are in November in the Studio
209 Theatre. -
The cast includes three
men and one woman: Adam 7 ;
is a young man (20s/30s)
working on his thesis in gov-
ernment and planning a
career with the CIA; Janet is..
Adam's fiance, unaware of the
,conspiracy in which she is -
about to be engulfed; Ray, the,.,
lynchpin of the story,,is an
older eccentric' who engaging-
ly spins one conspiracy theory
after another; and there is
Palmer, the mysterious mid- '-.'
die-aged stranger, who knows
more than he should.
For more information or to -
check out a script, call 261-
6749. Those .with audition ..
date'conflicts may contact the',
director at rukbatl 1561 @ .
yahoo.corn to arrangean ..
audition before Sept. 16. ;:
Genealogy meeting -:
SThe Amelia Island
SGenealogical Society will -:
meet at 7 p.m. Sept; 17 at the .
Femandina Beach Police '
Department Community :
Room, 1525 Lime St. Mitch
Brown will present "Our *
Ancestors and Their Taxing
Problems: Using Tax Records
as Genealogical Resources.";
Tax rolls represent some of .i
the most unique resources
available for genealogical. :',
study, but they also tend to. fe"
spine of the most underused,.
Brown will discuss their nature :
and value in solving,
genealogical problems. .
A.proprietor of South- -
'eastern Roots, a professional. .
genealogy service based in
High Springs, Brown holds a -
master's degree in history and:.
has taught in colleges in .
Alabama and Florida. A court-::"
house and university
" researcher for. over 30 years. ..
Brown is a member of the '
Association of Professional, ;
Genealogists, the National' -
Genealogical Society. Public.,
welcome,
DARmeet
TheAmelia Island.Chapter.',,.
of Daughters of the American
Revolutionwill meet Sept. 18
at the Golf Club of Amelia
Island. Organizing Chapter
'Regent Jean Dixon Mann will :
lead the chapter in celebrating
its 20th anniversary. Sign-in
begins.at10 a.nm., with the .
meeting at .10:30 a.m. A
luncheon will follow. Contact.
Janet Lukaszewicz at jan-. :
luke@yahoo.com to make :
your reservation.
Mefn's Newcomers
The Men's Newcomers .
Club of Amelia Islandvwill hold.-:
its first lunch-meeting for the,
2013-14 year on Sept. 19at
the Femrnandina Beach Golf
Club at 11:30 a.m. Chief
James Hurley, Fernandina
Beach Police Department, will.
discuss crime in and around
Amelia Island and how the
programs and services
offered by the department "
help to prevent crime.
Tickets are $15 if reserva-
tions are made by Sept. .14
and $17 at the door. For
reservations, call Bob Keane,
277-4590. All men, whether
new to the area or longtime
Nassau County residents, are
welcome to attendthe meet-
ing and join the club. For addi-
tional information .visit wwW. ,
mensnewcomersclub.org,
Class dinner
The Class Of'1957 will :
meet for dinner at Cedar River 2
on Sadler Road on' Sept. 19 at:
5p.m.
Alzhelmer's support
The Alzheimer's Associa-


tion Caregiver Support
Group for Nassau County
meets the third Thursday of
each month. The next meet-
ing is Sept. 19 from 2:30-3:30
p.m. at the Council on Aging.
These meetings are open to
the public and everyone who
has an interest is invited to
attend.
Join the group on Sept. 21
at Central Park in Fernandina
Beach for the Walk to End -
Alzheimer's. Registration Is at
8 a.m. and the walk at 9 a.m.
Have fun will. raising money to
find a cure and promote edu-
cation and awareness. For
information call Debra
Dombkowski, LPN, at 261-
0701.











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If You Have Lost Your Pet please
check the Nassau Humane Society
facility located at 671 Airport Rd: next
to the airport (904)321-1647 & the
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Bag Attendant, Server and Executive
Chef/Manager. Send resumes only to:
amellagolfhr@gmall.com
EXPERIENCED OTR FLATBED
DRIVERS Earn 50 up to 55 cpm
loaded. $1000 sign on to qualified
drivers. Home most weekends. Call
(843)266-3731 / bulldoghiway.com.
EOE. ANF
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
TRAINING Bulldozers, backhoes,
excavators. 3 weeks hands, on
program. Local job 'placement
assistance. National certifications. GI
Bill benefits eligible. 1-866-362-6497.
ANF,
FAST GROWING LOCAL COMPANY -
seeking F/T Office Assistant. 3-5 yrs.
Admln. Exp.. Preferred. Strong
customer service, organizational skills.
& attention to detail required. Please
send resumes *.to
donnetta6prolinemotors.com
VETCORPS PREVENTION
COORDINATOR ,
The Nassau Alcohol Crime and. brug
Abatement Coalition (NACDAC) in
collaboration with, the Office of
Veteran's Affairs is looking for a
VetCorp Prevention Coordinator. This
position will provide prevention and
outreach referral services to military
members and their families and build
capacity in the community to support
these members,. This is a full-time
position. For inquires please contact
Kerrle Albert at (904) 277-3699 orvisit
www.americorps.gov and search for
VetCorp Prevention Coordlnator.
OUTPATIENT MRI FACILITY on
Amelia Island seeks full time MRI
Technologist. Applicant must be able to
work Mon-Fri afternoons/evenings and
some Saturdays. Working knowledge of
open MRI equipment, protocols,
excellent verbal I& written
communication skills. ARRT
certification, current CPR, and. current
Florida. State Radlologic Tectinologist
certifications a must. 'Send resume to:
toconnoroanassauopenmri.com or fax t
(904)491-7701.
HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY
NEEDS Medical Billing and Coding
Assistant. Must have experience with
Medicare & Insurance billing. Please fax
resume to (904)491-3211.
NEE MWEjLAELrLandsq%^^
Irrig actio .cMnSnlci,. ,, Must. b ,
Experienced. Th'iWpospl'on requires a
minimum 3 years clean driving record,
and applicant must be drug-free..
Qualified applicants please call
(904)261-5040 or apply In person at
474431 E. State Road 200, Fernandlna
Beach, FL.
LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST at
Plates of Amelia Paid on
commission. Supplies, MM license
provided. Cal'(904)261-8200 or email:
susan@ipllatesofamella.com


LOOKING FOR BOH COOK/PREP.
Send resume to: ',. ..
fourseasonsblstrol@yaboo.com ',
FREE AVONI Sell Avoni I will pay
your sign up fee. Call Brenda (904)
545-1136.
ADVANCE REHAB PHYSICAL
THERAPY in Yulee Is searching for a
part time office assistant and part time
physical therapy aide to add .to our
team. Applicants should be self-
motivated, personable, friendly, and
able to multi-task. No experience
required. Fax or email resumes to
celdrldoe(oadvancerehab. corn and
(904) 261-4614.
PART-TIME MAINTENANCE -
Experience preferred. Must pass
background screening. No phone calls.-
Apply within, Days Inn & Suites, 2707
Sadler Rd.
TREE GROUNDS PERSON WANTED -
MTS Is looking for an experienced
grounds person to assist our team of
Climbers and Bucket Operators with
clearing tree debris from job sites.
Experience with, roping is strongly
preferred. Fax resume to (904)849-
7698 or email to
brettmlllermtsOgmall.com
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW -
Learn to drive for US Xpress. Earn
$700/wk. No experience needed. Local
CDL training. Job ready In 15 daysl
(888)368-1964: ANF
APARTMENT MAINTENANCE POSI-
TION AVAILABLE Requires tools,
experience & reliable .transportation.
Position includes, 'basic-" plumbing,
HVAC, electrical, carpentry, painting
and appliance repair. -"Pay ,wll varies
with experience. References & 'back-
ground a requirement. Please apply at
Peppertree Village Apartments, 12Q0 S.
15th St., Fernandlna Beach.
DO YOU LIKE ORGANIZATION?.. -
Looking for team of self motivated
Individuals to join custom kitchen
planning team. low startup fees.
Contact Trish (904)624-4455., ,


REMODEL/ADDITIONS/
HOME REPAIRS
No job to small. All work guaranteed.
Call Russell Tomaslnl (904)415-1686.



FOR SALE Local tire & service center.
Owner retiring. Includes equipment,
real estate, and loyal customer base.
Gedff Haynes, RE/MAX Professional
Group (904)468-0019..
FOR SALE Popular Downtown
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Island. Furniture, clothes, children's,
tools, art, home stuff, rugs, lamps,
garden, office.

YARD SALE .- 100 potted amaryllis
$1/ea., jewelry, small appliances, lots
more. Sat.': 9/14, 9am-2pm. Off
Atlantic Ave. at 841 Tarpon Ave.

COMMUNITY WIDE YARD SALE -
Pirates Wood, N. Blackrock Rd. Fri.
9/13 & Sat. 9/14, 9am-?


601 Garage Sales
ESTATE SALE, ITEMS AAAA
Storage, 1830 S 8th St, next to
Staples. Unit number 55, but also
others will be joining In to.sell. Fri &
Sat, Sept 13th and 14th, 10:00-3:00
each day. Dinette set, ,faux leather
sofa, vintage trunk, Tcoffee and end
tables, file cabinet, household Items,,
glassvare & collectibles, kitchen Items,
lots of misc. More Info & photos go to
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14th turn o04i Hickory St., right on S.
1Sth). Sat. 9/14, 8am. W/D, futon,
trundle Jbed,. children's armoire, baby/
toddler clother (NB-4T), strollers,
women's clothes. Cash only. .(512)689-
5162 .


DINING TABLE off white rattan,
seats 4-6-8, expands round/oblong.
End tables; lamps, etc. (904)277-0040'

TOMMY BAHAMA STYLE Large Sbfa
- coffee table, dark Walnut colored,
beige cushions, tlke new. $750. Call
(904)583-1452.



WANTED Ham radio equipment
(vintage or modern), tubes, tube audio
amplifiers, test equipment. Call Ethan
*at(775)313-2823.


GARAGE/ESTATE SALE Thurs-Sat,
8am-3pm. 96420 Blackrock Rd., Yuleq.
Books, cookbooks, French horn, sofa
and chaii, antique bedroom set, twin
beds, men, women, children clothes-fill
bag for $5-name brands, lots more.

ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR SALE-,
Very good prices. 97128 Pirates Point'
Rd., Pirate's Wood Subdivision 'off
Blackrock Rd. Fri. 9/13,. 3prm-? & Sat.
9/14, 7am-?


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wall unit, $700. New HusqVarna self-
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LONG TERM RENTALS
S2 BR/I BA mobile home, on Island,
$ 0B0'1io I 1 t'ities
*3BR/2BA home orn Lofton Creek
2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garage/workshop,
Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many
other bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities.
* Ocean Park, 3BR/2BA Furnished with
l-cargarage,available monthly or long
term $2,200 with utiities included.
VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BR/I BA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher.
Across.the street from the beach. All
utilwi-fi.TV & phone.
*3BR/3BA. townhome in Sandpiper
Loop $1850/wk plus taxes &cleaning
fee.
COMMERCIAL
S5 Point Plaza 1,200 sq. ft, $13 sq.ft. +
$350'cam & tax
*Five Points Village, 1,200 sq. ftLAIA/S. 8th
St. exposure Great for retail, services,
or office$1200/mo.+ sales tax.
S850688 US HWY 17,1,210 sq.ft. building
with 3.8 acres of fenced property, for-
merly a Nursery with some outbuilding
and a green house still on property
-Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be
joined for one, 1600. sq ft space, AIA
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft +
CAM &Tax
'Amelia Park Unit B '- small office (2
rooms) with bath;, 576 sq. ft. $105Q/mo.
+sales tax.. .
'1839 S. 8th St. adjacent 'to Huddle
House, 1,800 sq.ft $1700/mo. lease +
tax..Sale also considered.

904 .261.4066


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2BR/1BA upstairs unit close to
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900 sq. ft. $825/Mio. Available
10/1/13,
* COTTAGE COURT:
3BR/2BA upstairs condo at
'Stoney Creek. 1,600 sq. ft. 1 car
garage. $1,025 per month.
Available 9/15/h3
* HIBISCUS COURT:
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Green. 1,800 ft. Screened patio.
1-car garage. $1,395/mo.
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Centrally located. 2,100 sq.ft. 2
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Available 10/1/13.

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LOTS AT LIGHTHOUSE CIRCLE
Awesome view of Egan's Creek & Fort Clincb
St Pak. Single family estate lot adjacent to
historic landmark Amelia Island Lighthoquse.
370+/- ft qn Navigable side of Egan's Creek
and is one of.the highest elevations on the east
coast. -.
S$995,000 MLS# 37069


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84-16 ST PAIl BLVD
in Lofton Oaks on. large comer lot with
fenced in back yard. Thee is additional park-
ing in the back yard with parking-pad and
gated, access to rear yard. Master bedroom
has oversized walk-in slower and a large
walk-in closet, : /
S' $137,500.v MILS#59700


1627 BROOME STREET
Cottage Estate Sale Brick home 2BR/2BA
dose to the Beach and Downtown, 400 sq.ft.
Garage, 1200 sq.ft. Heated/Cooled.


S $214,500 MLS#60058




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SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE
Pristine 7' Oceanfront lot on Amelia Island.
Your chance to own one. 6f the few remaining
Oceanfront lots available on Amelia Island.
Buy now for either investment or to build.,
$525,000 MLS#56671


85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA
' Trly unique home build over Lofton Creek. split bedroom. Cutomn built-in sihving, ranitn com- wll-bil
At high tide you can fish from the front or trtops.Oaragecislinsatd&cooed, loatedO hIaosthiCousi sC m
back porch. There is also a private boat' nd of Amelia Island, houae in olhfideIs S thith a only, so,
damapioniltip golfcourse, oly, h Son
ramp...Fisherman's.delight! e. P. gul u. ase
S$220,000 M/LS#59259 $469,900 MLS#59070


RACHAELAVENIJE 75'xlOO' lot $130,000'
LARGE LOT in the county, on marsh/tidal creek. Owner willing to
finance. $129,000 MLS1159299
SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on'the Island, close to
the beach, and shopping, this is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'x0l'.
$95,000 MLStI55195
2.66 ACRE LOT in JNassatville, undeveloped and ready to build.
Deeded Access to Rainbow, Acres Boat Ramp and short distance
from new county boat ramp. $149,000 MLS #57615
PIRATES POINT ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot. conmunu-
nily has pool, clubhouse, boat ramp and dock $69,000 MLS#58629


1515 S. FLETCHER AVENUE
Nice 31BR/2BA Ocean View home, observa-
tion deck, wet bar, central atrium, and beach
access across, the street make'this a home for,
entertaining! Stucco exterior, side entry
garage, and mnopened street on south side of
lot are other features of this 'home.
$595,000. MLS#60398


2801 ELIZABETH.ST,
Great Ocean View Dnplex, 3BR/2BA
Upstairs'& has open concept with the
kitchen, dining, and living room all togeth-
er. 2BR/IBA downstairs. Long term rental
onldy. Popular north end. location.
$350,000 MLS#60542


850688 US Hwy 17
It ADA accessible building on a 3.8 acse lot
rciul Intensive Zoning Allows operation ,of
fsinesseS. Listing is for building and land
on of tho equipment anmd inventory may be
*ed.
.. $375,000 MLS#58403


AWESOME. VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch State Park, sin-
gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the high-
est elevations on the east coast.Possible oceanview and/or view of
downtown Femandina Beach. Tree/top/boundary survey on'file
$995,000 MLS#37069
Ocean front. 75 ft lot $525,000 MLS 56671
DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on die South End of the Island,
Beautiful trees and Estate sized lot make this a difficult to find prop-
erty on Amelia, $250,000 for. the Acre, or the comer 1/2 acre for
$139,000 and the inside 1/2 for $124,900.


WELL BUILT, ADA ACCESSIBLE BUILDING on a 3.8 acre PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of AlA,
lot located on Highway 17 just south of A1A. Commercial High development area in the heart of Yulee. $295,000.
Intensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is Owner rancing Possible. Plans for an 11,000s..
for building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory '
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long term lease Professional Office Building on file.
for building and land. $375,000 MLS#58403. 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your Master Planned Development
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on ff t
U.S. 17, lotal 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres.
$1.575,000__ -


I 806 Waterfront
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
(904) 261-4066 for Information. C.H.
Lasserre, Realtor.
OCEANFRONT LOT in Jacksonville
Beach. Zoned & ready to build on.
Reduced to $589,900. (904)868-2150
Broker/Owner

813 Investment Property|
GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY -
1/1 house on half acre in Yulee. 85026
Durrance Ave. Great renter at
residence.. Asking $33,000. Call Justin
(904)753-1517.


817 Other Areas
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Chattanooga! 10-25 acres starting at
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852 Mobile Homes
'YULEE -Nice 3BR/2BA $695. Nice 2BR
SW $600 rental available. Water Inc.
Service animals only. Call' (904)501-
5999. Possible rent to own.
3BR MH IN YULEE $800/mo. +
$800 deposit, plus $150 deposit on
electric. Service animals only. Call
(904)225-5419.
ON ISLAND 3/2 'SWMH In park
starting $185 wk/$750 mo + dep. Utils
avail. ff Island N'vllle 3/2 SWMH,
CH&A, $750 mo + dep. 261-5034
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3/2 DWMH ON LAKE 75586
Johnson Lake Rd., Yulee; $900/mo. +
$900 dep. Call (478)363-1066.
RV RENTALS AVAILABLE In a
campground. Weekly or monthly. All
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1 854 Rooms I
MASTER BEDROOM across street
from beach; S. Fletcher Ave. Private
entrance. (904)583-2456

855 Apartments
Furnished
1BR/1BA dining/kitchen, carport,
elect., water, garbage, W/D, cable TV.,
all furnished, in Nassauville. 6 mo
lease. $500/mo + $300/dep. 277-3819
AT BEACH 1BR alts $225wk/$895
mo. + dep, incI all utils, long term.
Also 3/2 SWMH on & off island.
Weekly or monthly. Call for Details
261-5034.

856 Apartments
Unfurnished
LOVELY 1BR APT. Lg, 800 sq ft.,
modem & secure, W/D, 1 blk to beach.
$725/mo., long term. No smoking.
2946 First Ave. (904)556-6858

57 Condos-Furnishe
6TH FLOOR OCEANFRONT 1BR/
1BA, W/D, next.to Ritz Carlton. $1295-.
$1395/mo Including utilities. Svc pets:
only. Call (904)261-0,816 or 557-1682.
MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals Available
Amelia Island Plantation Club Villas
2BR/2BA. Furnished.
SStarting at $1400/mo.

858-Condos-Unfurnished
3BR/2.SBA CONDO $i250/mo.
Stoney Creek. Deposit/references and
credit check. Gated/pool. Available
September 1st. (9,04)556-5493
AMELIA ISLAND HOME for Rent.
3BR/1BA, very clean, landscaped
fenced yard, nice north end
neighborhood. Carport, lots of storage.
No smoking. Pets considered.
$900/mo., .$900 security deposit;
(904)614-0812
LONG TERM 2BR/2BA In Harrison
Cove Villa, SS apps, granite, tile,
fireplace, gar., Ig. screen porch, 1 level.
$1575/mo. + sec. dep. 556-3163


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on Long Term Rentals. Updated Dally,
Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's
Premier Rental Company

MADDOX RENWALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals Available -
Spanish 'Oaks Circle
3BR/2BA, unfurnished, $1650/mo.;; .
Arrigo Blvd. -
3BR/2BA w/office, unf., $1500/mo,.
ON ISLAND 2069 Bonnie Oaks Dr
2-car garage, CH&A, treed lot
$1100/mo. + $1000 deposit. Call
(386)365-8543.
3BR/2.5BA screened patio, on cul-
de-sac,' in Heron Isles. References
required. $1200/mo. Call (904)548.-
8132 or (904)548-7492...
BRICK 3BR/2BA Totally renovated,
1800sf, lac. and fenced on Haddock
Rd. in Yulee. $1200/mo. + $1000
deposit. Call (904)225-5635. ".

2 RENTALS Townhome 3BR/2.SBA
ready .now, show like -new, $11,25.
Home in Heron Isles, 3BR/2BA, ready.
in Sept., $1125. Call The Real Estate
Centre, Inc. (904)206-1370..

1861 Vacation Rental-
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR 1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserr-,
Realtor, for special rates. .

VACATION CHALET in N. Carolin.f
Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.
$550 a week.. Call (904)757-5416. ':

_8-63'-O0fflic e -
EXECUTIVE OFFICE. SUITES Office
space from 100 sq. .ft. to 2,000 sq. ft
Includes, utilities, Internet, common.-
area receptionist, conference rooiW,
break room, & security.' For. inf6 call
(904)753-4179. ;

BEAUTIFUL GATEWAY TO, AMELIA-
Office Space All utilities, CAN,. & tax
included. 2 rooms, 370sf. $695. Cilf
(904)753-0117'. '

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