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WEDNESDAY DECEMOER252013/24 PAGES 2SEONs Ibnewsleadercom

V erry C hriS as

County wrestles

with how to fund

new sheriff's ofce

Hopefully Sheriff Bill Leeper will.
enjoy the gifts his family wrapped,
tagged and placed under the tree for
him Christmas morning.
He's not receiving a new administration building this season, though Holloway Edwards
everyone knows it is at the tov of his
wish list. a ohi
SThats because the Nassau County ernment's credit rating moving forward.
Commission just started shopping for "It's going to blowup in the county's
the $10 million project. Commissioners faces if we don't do something about it,"
are considering a bank loan arid they said County ManagerTed Selby.
.y said t u oti n e ndng$,
have asked the county's money man- He said the coty is spending $2
agers to shop around for the best deal. million more each year than it collects
At their, meeting last week, the in taxes. So, taking out a loan would
board debated the pros and cons of bor- add financing fees of up to $1 million.
rowing the money. "Just borrowing themoney doesn't MRY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER
They have the'funds in the bank, do anything to address the 'structural The Nassau County Sheriff's Office is an ongoing joke a motley collection of old, ugly and leaky. trailers. but itis tempting to use someone else's imbalance," said Selby. County commissioners are trying to deci de whether to borrow money or use reserves to pay forconstruccash to pay for big-ticket items when He also reminded commissioners tion of a new facility. Either way it would affect the county's bond rating. you haven't properly saved for the that they balanced the budget this year __- ____ ___ .____ ,_ ,_,______________________,expense. by canceling projects, including almost
It's like peeking at presents you $6 million in road improvements and
know are hidden in the attic or tucked $2 million to replace county vehicles.
behind coats in the closet You know you "At one time you deemed them worshouldn't but you can't stop ourself. thy," said Selby.
"If we deplet, our 'reserves, ere also cautionedthe board against
"If46 eplteo eervswe're Re als caution-i
not going to be able to buy a pencil on considering the loan a way to "free up"
credit," said Commissioner Barry $10 million, and wonders if the board
Holloway. "Sornetime you've got to will use the cash for operating expens-pull out the credit card." es when they should be keepingit in the r iS ft IO T He

bank account to pay for the proposed Aid?" said Selby.: tiew.bulding... 'e ounty Budgdt Director- Shanea MARY MAGUIRE h.. t ra elp thedcountyee n sited4as
15Wmf iwed to deplete Jones-is asoncern that the board's N s aer -fft hodfflld If irt wag
reserves," said Leeper. "I don't think spending habits could jeopardize- the ;to sell bon)s to raise money for capital written by another analyst in New York
it's fair to break th' backs of these tax- excellent credit rating from Standard What makes Nassa County a good improvempnt projects, such as the new nd a researcher in Mumbai, India.
pay & Poor's,. credit risk?1 building p edfor the sheriff'sffice. Through the coversation with the
Leipe favors spreading the cost They are reporting that you have A leading credit agency offers sev- The co vision invited its finan- county, analysts learned that the counover tme to all people who will move weaknesses in budgeting," said Jones. eral reasons, including a strong local cial advis to its Dec. 9 meeting to ty has made significant budget cuts to the county over the next 15 or 20 "That's not.going away economy, rich residents, little debt, cash talk about e merits of securing bank recently and has balanced its budget,
years to help p yfpr the construction Jones says the county isn't going in the bank and good money manage- loais or a Iond issue to finance the $19 by usihg reserves, instead of raising
loan. After all they'll be using law bankrupt now, but noted that, "There's meant million prect. property taxesto runthe dainty govenforcement resources too. no new sources of revenues." Standard & Poor's Rating Services "No 6n told us that," said Sutton. ernment.
Commssibner Pat Edwards likes "We're in a quandary here," said said Nassa County is stable and boost- But tht meeting was two days The agency wrote ihat the county's
the idea of spreading the cost around, CommissionerSteveKelley. ed its bondrating last week t6 an AA- before i dard & Poor's issued its management is "strong with good finan.... ... Hesugs ed;"snpatot ed .... bond rai 0.....6ar&ih odfia
but he disagrees with the loan. He suggested' using part of the ratingfrom A+. report. cial practices."
He thinks the board should open its money the county. collects from the .But there is a problem area. Sutton, who is listed as one of hree '"'That~'s animportnt consideration own walletto cover construction costs. one-cent sales tax to fund construction Budgeting. researchea"s on the report, said the for us," said Sutton.1-'We give weight to
d~~~~ mn th onysbd-aeco
To him, new debt is as welcome as a costs. The agency said the county's budg- age xcyffred afAvorable view of local different areas and management is 20
lump of coalin the stocking. "We may not have to touch etaryperformance is weak And they finances in part because "the county percent."
"We already have a deficit we don't reserves," said Kelley. "But that would think it is going to remain weak over the does not pan to issue any debt in the Sutton said the economy accounts know how to cover," said Edwards. require extreme discipline." next two years due to projected budg- near future" for30 percent f the overall score, while
The board used $2.7 million in Commissioner Walter "J Boatright et deficits. 'At last veek's county board meeting, other criteria, 'such as debt level and
reservesto c6ver shortfall inthe 2013- agrees that spendingtheminoney or tak- But they offer a Way to maintain Budget Director Shianea Jones noted budget, is 10 percent., 14 budget, and the number is projected ing out a loan both pose problems. good credit: keep a healthy bank account that the. ting agency offers much Research analysts call the local econto double, or more, next year. Here's how he put it. and etop using reserve funds to cover praise for how commissionersave omy "very strong, oing the coun"'Where' are we heading? We're run- "You have a quilt, and you pull it operating expenses. managed e county's moneysofarbut ty's easy access tJ snvilleand
ning out of options" id Edwards. over your head you're feet get cold," 'The county took $2.7 million out of reminded commissioners that there's "effectivebb buying income" of each per'Butb those pushing for the loan want said Boatriht "Pull ito your feet and savings 'to balance the fiscal 2013-14 more than good news inthe report. son.
to -aid noatight ,,Pulloabac th fisc1al 4::. ........"
to take advantage of lowinterest rates. your head gets cold." budgetAnd there areprojections that "They are reporting that youhave Standard & Poor'puts the per capi'ehe county has 'recently received The board has not raised taxes in six the county will have a $4.7 million weaknesses and that's not going away," tanumber at $121,140.
excellent credit scores, most recently years and Holloway' said time is up. shortfall in the next fiscal year. said Jones.|"If you want to keep getting, "Your welth ahdiricome indicators from Standard & Poor's, and that should "Unlessr the' county shuts down "Weexpedtltemnto keep liquid, an'd these positive reorts now is the time are strong," spid utton.< help the county receive good rate on today; you're going to have to raise if they weaken in this area or use to fix it." This countywide,-six-figure wealth
a loan. taxes," said Holloway. "There's no way reserves for-one-time expenditures, As paxt of Standard & Poor's might be welcom ews'to county comBut here's the problem. around it." '.. there could be rating pressure," said research, button who is based in New miissionts .who have consistently
The rating agency offered the vote The board talked pbout raising cash the agency's p~rmary credit analyst for 'York, said ~Shetalked by phone with the refused to raise taxes overthe lastisix of confidence in part because the coun- from selling the property where the the report, Hilary A. Sutton, in a phone County Mnager Ted Selby. She also years, claiming that property taxpayty hasa.c.shybank account..So, spend- interview Dec. 17. '. said she di not contact anyone on the ers can't afford it
ing the money could hurt the local gov- SHERIFF Continued on 3A A good bond ratiig-is important countyco.. mission for the report, and mmagarpebnewsleadercor

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V Mrs. Shirley Adeline Buckelew.Veltre, age 76, beloved m oea sh h mnh gi
k.C rst m r coming to a close, the
wife of the late, Joseph A. "Joe" Veltre, passed away peaceful- Salvation Army Hope
ly at her home on Friday evening, December 20, 2013. o m P
Boy 20,2013 HouselEmergency Panitry
: Born in LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia, she was the Rostergency y
-eldest of four children born to the late Judge Leonard and JAMES T. HURLEY is almost bare. If you can
:Lillian Smith Buckelew. She was raised in LaGrange and For the News-Leader help, they are in immediate
:Chipley before moving to College P'ark need of the following items:
As aChipley before moving to College Park. e Fernandina Beach 1) Peanut butter & jelly 2)
College Park High School, Class of 1954. Police Department Bottled water 3) Breakfast
After high school Miss Buckelew attend- conducted its 10th items like oatmeal, grits,
anua Sowihbreakfast bars and cereal
-;ed the Georgia State College for Women annual Shop with breakfastbars and cereal
in Milledgeville. She returned to East Cops program at the Anielia 4) Boxed prepared meals
In a b Island Walmart on Dec. 20, and macaroni & cheese 5)
,Point and beganmodeling for Riches treating area children to Canned meats 6) Sops 7)
eatetStr ad other veue in th raigae hlrnt Canned meats 6) Soups?7)
Department Store oan venues ode Christmas carols, hot choco- Canned fruit 8) Beans 9)
Atlnt ae4 Wil wrkngas a Model, late, face painting and holidaySpgetsac10
she entered and placed 2nd in the Miss Atlanta Beauty Spaghetti sauce 10)
sheeiiere an plced2ndshopping. Once again the 150 Powdered laundry deterPageant. The Atlanta beauty met a UGA student, Joseph
Allen Veltre, which would become her husband in 1958. As partipating children were gent and 11) Toilet paper.
her hiisband began a long career with Ford Motor Company, selected by their school guid- Pease bring your donat ance counselors and each was tionsto 410 S. Ninth St or
Mrs. Vyeltre began a career of her own with the Internal pie pwt en ni acl 2 -4 5
!eeu evc.She worked in the Auditing Dtn paired up with a Fernandina call 321-0435.
Revenue Service. Sheworked e epartmen Beach Police officer and
.within the Atlanta Division Office where she would later turned loose tofindi-the perbecome the Supervi aorof that department In 1992, she fectgifts for themselves and b es C S
accepted a transfer tothe Jacksonville Office and retired in others. The Nassau County
1994 The 10th anniversary Library System will be
careers-ind raisin teir tree iil-: h ~hanvsr
SWhile during their careers and raising their three chi event managed to produce closed today and
dren, the Velre's lived in te'Stockbridge areaof Atlanta. As some Wednesday, Jan. 1 in obser,a family they enjoyed trips and lolidaysftof4mily property .t appearance of Sant he vance of theholiday.
[Cgrs Hill Lake and dn c 0s: eatilntn,. 'a.ppearance o0f Sant Ca vanceof thehohiday.
Clerks Hill Lake and .Recreation# Area neani ncolnton, GA. while the children'waited to Itre and Mrs. Veltre were passionate aliout fishing ad check out with their packages Gun heo iir love f being on the walter; skiing and boating and the opportunity ttalktoG.
ther ~v~~fb~ig n t~wterioSa dl~ooouit tpo taphof his i iy time spent on d h a Gary W. Belson
water is qualitytie". Mrs. Veltre also enjoyed sewing e Associates Ir. will hold a
entertaining friends and family whenever possible. She .This que rograi, concealed weapon license
enjoyed passing the knoledge of being able to sew anything ties all aosme o- course at 4:15 pm. Dec. 26,
Sonto her daughter.' ...vides an, opportunity for oil- 2 p.m. Dec. 29,4:30 p.m.
At the tie of her transfer toJcksoville, she and her re n or Jan. 2 and 2 p.m. Jan. 5. A
husband came t FernandinaBeh, and made their new basic with defensive tactics
homeongans neighborhoods to spend course will be held at 7:45
Mrs. eltre's husband, Joe, ias~d away ona Friday some valuable time interact- a.m. Dec. 28 and Jan. 4 and
evening also; on May 2th of thisyear. She is also preceded g with our uniformed police 18. For details contact
in death by her only Ibiroter, Judge "Buck" eonard officers ina happy an positive Belson at 491-8358, (904)
Buckelew Jr., who paed away in November of this year as 72eni3ronm ani n o ft 7 or gbelsn@bellwl.interaction isani inportant "''"southmnet. Visit
well: "" s~Step in'teachng somedisaf-. "ww h~e~nru.
She leaves behind, their children, Joseph Michael "Joe" ten oe f www.TheBesonGroup.
fe t d kid s th t io"iic e of fic er s '.
Veltre (Melissa), Jacksonville, EL, John Kurt Veltre (Jessie), te kd th e ocom. Fernandina Beach, FL, Suzan Burton Veltre (Judd), Beverly are guardians of the young
'and should be trusted in'
Hills, FL, two sisters, Frankie Sue Rollins (Herbert), times of difficulty Dbla e help
Anchorage, AK, Virginia ee Burke Gohn), East Point, GA, 'This annual event is made The National iabetes
. seven grandchildren, Ashley Reynolds (Scott), Tyler Veltre, possible by generous dna- Ediication Program has
,Erin Zagar (Dan), SofiaLeon,Seth Yeltre, Zac Burton;
Erin Zagar (Dan), Sofia onSethyeltre, Zac Burton tions received throughout the resources to help people
Conner Veltre, fivegreat-grandehildren, Ellie, Caden, I.ogan, yi, from dozeins ofanony- worktogther to improve fianj N01an and, nieces and nephews, Gieorge,.Mimi, Kevin y work together to improve
JilaNolan and nieces and nephews, George, mous contributors and from theiit health io prevent diaiTy, Amber andlandrui. And many great nieces and nephews. ourtwo wonderful "Platinum' betes and its complications.
Memorial services will be at 4:00 pm on Saturday, January Sponsors th Amelia Island FDOHNassau Couty is
0,4, 2014 in the Burgess.Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. Concours d'EJegance offering the following
SHer family will teceive friends on Saturday, at the funeral Foundation and the ight resources tohe communi*home, from 3:00 pm until the hour of service. Flags American Busiess 'hty:
In lieu of flowers, miiemorial contributions may be made to Women's Association. b s s
Hospice of Northeast FL, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, Without the participation of St. Vincent's Mobile Health
~~Without the parftifi o' St..Vincent's Mobile Health
,FL 32277. these two groups, and our Outreach Ministry and
Please share her Life's Legacy at manycommunity partners, FDOH-NassauarepartnerOxley-Heard Funeral Directorsn the Shopwith Cosprogram SUBMITIEDPHOTOS iig to host a.three-part
the Shop with Cops programSU = o-arept
~-' u- D iiT~ I NS" would 'notbe possible." .'Children taking part in the Fernandina Beach Shop with serieson Diabetes SelfDEIATH I ( Donations can bemadeto Cops event Friday at Walmartgot a 'surprise when Santa Management (topics
S-. this program thrQugh the made an appearance as they were in line waiting to include overviewsof diaS Mr. Robert Kenneth "Bob" Hocking, 84, formerly of Fernandina Beach Police check out. betes,' healthy eating, and
'Yulee, died on Saturday, Dec. 21, 201 the hmonitpringlollowrup) -from
OleyieardFundlDrtors~ 'FernArliiaBeachPolice. r 7', 4 rilol ,n &&p atthkYUloeeieall
or 1, .. Department A, short -wWorldo The Golf Club of "-' national professionalassoca- "Department;- 86014 Pages
Edmund F...Oehlert, 64, Yulee, died on Friday, Dec. 20, slideshow and additional Amelia Island and The Ritz.. tion for women, incorporated Dairy oador
2013 information about theShop Carlton, Amelia Island, for a in 1949, with more than 550 Jan. 8, Feb. 12 and'
Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectos with Cops program is avail- celebrationof the automobile chapters in all50 states and March 13. Classes are free.
able on the Fernandina Beach like no other. more than 18,0 members. Physician rferral foim is
_,, ......_ _ _,_ .."_"' IPolice Foundation website at Sin 1996, the show's The mission of the ABWA required and participants
S g foundation has donated over is "to bring together business- inmdst pre-rgister before
E(j, 0 .1' (i n Oil lg.,. Winner of Octane $2.2 million tb., Community women of diverse occupation Jan.1 by contacting Ashley
S "..'Magazine's 2013 International Hospice of Northeast Florida, and to prpvideopportunities at (9(04) 548-1853 or
Community ospicd of licesed.bereavement pro Histori Motoring Event of Inc. and other deserving for them to help themselves Ashley.Sobolewski@flhealt
Northeast Floi offean fessionalItmeets every sec the year, the Amelia Island charities 'on Florida's First and others grow personally Class size s limited.
~Nirtheast Florida offeran, fessionallt meets every sec- Co1T-.
*open-ended grief 'support ond and fourth Thursday of Cncours d'Elegance is Coast, such as the Shop with, and professionally through *. Diabetes
eroup foradults who have the month from 1-2:30 p.m amongthe top automotive Cops' ,program The 19th leadership, education, net- Conversation Maps lendxperiencedthe l ofa at the Council on Aging, events in the world. Always annual Amelia Island working support and national inglibrary materials that
loved 1367 South 18th St held thbe second full weekend Concours d'Elegarice is recognition. are available for communiloved one. o., :.,::. : ..-.: ., 1367 South 1th St.; .,.eia T =-yi ,cifo. tymmestobro n
SAn opei. ended format Fernandina Beach. in March, "The Amelia" scheduled for March 7-9. James T Hureyis chiefof ty members toborrow and
allowsnew participants -to For information call draws over 250are vehicles The American Business the Fernandina Beach Police teach their own diabetes
join the group aany ime. JoanneBernard, LCSW, at from collectiors around the Women's Association is a Department. classes.
The group is ledby a (904) 407-6811. D.l.'TakeChargeofYour
_______-_,_.... __. __._____.___..... :." .. .... ,Diabetes fans while supEM. .IA..A g plies last, they are available
!~~~~~~e arerp nada ial
".: .1 .. ..for free distribution to comPrescription cards vail able munity groups. C
Open meetings.are open to enter the meetings through St.' The Fernandina Beach NA Contactt e FDOHThe Nassau CQunty of Counties; the other is pro- anyone, including non-alco- the side door.' group meets at 8 p.m. Nassau Coutir Community
VolunteeriCht'h~ free vided byUnitedStes holies, f lies, etc., who may .**. Sundays, Tuesdays and Health Edication Program
Prescriptions discount chrds 'Prescription'Discotunts. The beinterestedin Alcoholics The Fernandina Beach Fridays (Step Speaker) and a at(904) 548-1,53 for more
at its offices at 1303 Jasmine cards can be used at most Anonymous. All scheduled Group meets in the Amelia 7 p.m. Thursdays at 1014 information or to pre-regis
St. Suite 104D. pharmacies and can s*ve an AAimeetings are non-smok- Room, 906S. Seventh St., South 10th.St. A covered dish tar for the diabetesmanOne card i provided averageof 25 percent on pre- ing and one hour in duration. Mondays at 6:30 p.m. (begin- cookout is' held the last agement clsses,
th ro u g h a jo in t e ffort o f scription s. N o en rollm e n t * *n rs ,T es a s at 63.. m ..St r a f e er o t .J i
Nassu.Cunt goenn rqi. Cal 261-771,or ners); Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m... Saturday of every month. Join
Nassau Count government required. Call 261-2771, or Alcoholics Anonymous (open discussion); for fun and fellowship. L M
and the Nationa ation email ccfb@alcom meetings for people who Wednesdays at 7 a.m. (open On Jan. at 10 a.m.,
have, or think they may have, 12 &-12 study) and 11 am. The Ft. George Group Nassau County Extension
o a drinking problem are held (open step meeting); meets at St. George Episcopal Director/Horticulture LMondays at noon and 'Thursdays at 7a.m. (open Church in 'St. George oi Agent Rebecca Jordi will
of Saturdays at 10 a.m. at Prince Big Book study), 11 a.m. Fridays at 7:30 p.m. (open teach a Landscape Matters
Our mother,0grandmother, great-grandmother, of Peace Lutheran Church, on (open -, discussion) and 6;30 discussion). class on growing and mainand great, great-grandmother Atlantic Avenue across from p.m. (open Big Book study); *** gaining citrus plants. The
Nhs. Eloise H. Jacksoh Fort Clinch State Park. Please Fridays at 11 am. (open Big The Yulee Florida class will take place at the
SunriserDecember 25, 1912 Suiset: July 3, 1997 Book study) and 7 p.m.-(open Group meets in the YMCA Yulee Extension office at
it~s beei6 s since you left us on lirth to t up residence in glory NoBIE M01 rEr meditation, speaker); and building on Pages Dairy Road 86026 Pages Dairy Road Saturdaysat 7a.m. (open" on Sundays at 8p.m. (open and will include a hands-on
a meoreth nm iletour fae se difficut .* -discussion) and 6:30p.m. discussion);.Tuesdays at 8 instruction on pruning the
ties eenthgg yuregoe o mchbetr lae eae owtht277-4 9(oe discussion).Call1261- p.m. (open Big Book); lemon, grapefruit and .
wrlm goo1&Atic 834 .Thursdays at 8 p.m. (open orange trees at Fruit
,o Ther ertDndowntwnay*** discussion); and Saturdays at Demonstration Garddn.
Your'chmlren.The Downt wn Group 6:30 p.m. (open'- Big Book). Bring your pruning shears
__-_ _-__._ ornmeets at the AIachua Club, and gloves. The class is
.. .. .. '"" corner of Third and Alachua Yule A-Anon ee and open to the public.
511 Ash Street 100KINGBACondaysat 8dina(on T- 12 G he Yulee Al-Anon Family For information, call the
ah.FL32()34 LOOKIN G& 12 study); Tuesdays at 8 uessGroup meetings are Extension office at (904)
IN E~ W 3696' Fax 261-3698 A Anew irriga- p.m. (open speaker); Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. atthe 8794019. Master
LEA i)E addresses installed at the (open- men's discussion); Dairy Road inYulee. Contact dutFridays, at 491-7340.
,t ...........toSO~an.onaytro~h~tdy ci tygolf course. Thursdays at 8 p~m. (open by email at Yulee~laonFG@
tp.Monay ugray Deoember.26, -discussion).Fridays at 8 ..... ftm
The News-Leader is published evely Wediesday and Friday by The g96 p.m. (open -discussion); and Al-Anon is a member sup. The Fernandina Beach
Femandlna Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O, Box 16766, Femandina A South Saturdays at 8 am. (open ported nonprofit group that Rotary Club announces the
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bNOICE TO ADY ERS: News-Leadrsmes no finandal Jacksonville died for lack of The-Dunes Group, r Nassau Nets in an evening
responablbty for typographical errors in adiertislng. When notified promptly, the interest, but due to a pub- Peters Point in Fernandina friend. of basketball showmanship
part of the advertisement in which the typogaphical error appears Will be reprint- lishing rate error, sub- Beach, meets Fridays at 7:30 in the Fernandina Beach ed. All advertlelng i subject to the approval of the publisher. The News-Leader be would be led a.m. (24-hour book meeting). A fggmg High School gymnasium.
reserves the ght to correctly clasfy, edit or delete any objectionable wording or scriers u e po B -b b d Adva tc ketl $10
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Judge Davis is

confinnrmed, finally

WASHINGTON The U.S. in need of assistance because of Senate voted Friday to confirm mental health or lifestyle Nassau County Circuit Judge issues. Brian Davis for a seat on the Notable cases that have U.S. District Court for the come before his court include Middle District of Florida. the city's lawsuit with McGill
The 68-26 vote fills a seat Aviation and a current classvacant since December 2011. It action suit contesting city came almost two yeprs after impact fees. President Barack Obama first Davis previously served as nominated Davis in February chief assistant state attorney 2012. in the State Attorney's Office
Obama nominated Davis for theFourth JudicialCircuit
again last year as one of 33 from 1991-94, having previholdovers for federal judge- ously worked in the same office ships in the 112th Congress. as an assistant state attorney Those nominees were heldup from 1982-88. in Congress and their nomina- Davis also worked at civil tions never formally consid-. litigation law firms on two occaered. sions during his legal career; he
Davis won re-election to worked at Brown, Terrell, the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Hogan, Ellis, McClamma & November 2012. Yegelwel from 1988-91 and at
Davis has held that position Mahoney, Hadlow & Adams PA since 1994 when he replaced from 1980-82. Henry Adams, who was pro- He received his J.D. in 1980
moted to a federal judgeship. from the University of Florida
Davis primarily handles College of Law and his B.A. in civil court cases, and his cham- 1974 from Princeton bers are in the Nassau County University. Courthouse in Fernandina Davis grew up in "" .
Beach. He spearheaded efforts Jacksonville and spent sumto establish the Nassau County mer days in his youth, at Mental Health Court, which American Beach, where he handles nonviolent offenders now lives.

SHERIFF "We'll throw in the douContinued from lA Boatright. ad
sheriff's office sits. It occupies That comment made board a valuable piece of land along members laugh because the ''
AIA, just east of 1-95. sheriff's office has become a o
How much is it worth? local joke. It is a motley col- W
"Years ago we did an lection of old, ugly and leaky
appraisal and it was $3 million," trailers. But their condition is 4p
said Leeper. no laughing mattet e ''
.Sheriff Leeper says the
trailers are unsafe and has Forthe News Leader "She is a very talented and
pleaded with the board to get For the past severalmonths, caring member of our commuhis-staff a new building. The the Wiggles and Wags 4-H nity," said Alter.
o e sPoet Club merse attend-rnty ol plan hag been in the works for Project Club members attend- "Our club is currently colmore than a decade. ed dog obedience training where letting dry dog andcat food and
Mold recently shut down their dogs learned basic com- treatsito be given to. the people
to...mnds'such sthy.twhhavell receive
the trailer used by detectives mands such as heel, sit and stay. whhave pets that will receive
working a death investigation. Most importantly, we Meals on Wheels this boliday
The two-week cleanup cost learned how to be/responsible season. We have a collectionbox
tacpayers,$5,o00. pet owners," saidclub member ,at the tractor supply store at IWhatever the board decides Kyle Alter. .. 295, the IFAS Et4elsion offices
-b e n e fi t o.B th e :Vas and Ctbhmae Wah Di ie in Callahan
to do about funding the cost of BSzweini Leg and the Win Dixie in Callahan
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Florida News Connection careful planning and following the Wiggles and Wags4-H Club' make a difference- in thesepeoTALLAHASSEE A dark proper legal procedures, espe- instructor. -: ple's lives by making. a dona
cloud is hanging over the heads. cially when it comes to selling Szwedzinski owns Dog Leg tion."
of 75,000 Floridians this holi- the property., Members of the Wiggles and Wags 4-H Club, top, i ude rodctios, a dg boarding and For more information about
day season as they face the "It's not like we're going to Katie Thompson, Kyle Alter, Justin Dean, Gena, Weihe, day care, and gives private les- the Nassau County 4-H program
enddftheir.emergencyunem- puta 'ForSale'sign out there," Charles Norstrom, Emma Norstrom,.Sady Canampbel,.. sons in Fernandina. She ,lso cop tacteJass A County iAS
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Emperor's New Clothes City legal fees mount

Since Watergate, the big is no one in After the meeting, Ross sug- There apparently is some those two has steadfastly continued its
Question asked whenever there his adminis- gested I meet with him to dis- confusion in City Hall about an b i 1 1 s defense of the lawsuits, accruing
is a problem is what did the pres- tration gets cuss some HR issues. In addi- escalating bill for legal fees in H o w e v e r, substantial legal fees (and ultiident know and when did he fired regard- tion, he decided to give me some the defense of a lawsuit brought there was lit- mately losing the airport case).
know it? These days the ques- less of how friendly counsel. "You are prob- by local businesses over impact tie clarity Once.again, the city is purtions concern how much did they screw ably right about Art, butthe oth- fees. about invoices suing various legal maneuvers
SPresident Obama know about up. The CEO ers know that we, not Art, will In several emails sent with- and checks. and obstacles against the plainthe problems with the Affordable I worked for make the big decisions." in city departments, the details "I am tiffs in the impact fee case. The
Care Act? Did he really think whose per- "Besides," he finished, "you of the legal expenses are hazy. sorry the city has lost most of the interim
the website was going to work As o n a I i t y need to remember that it always The city's legal costs are esti- report does STE S decisions, however.
and if not, why would he make appeared dclos- feels better to have seven guys mated to be approaching not specify In the separate lond validapositive statements about the CORNER est to .kissing my ass then to have one $600,000 in the ongoinglawsuit. which checks M E tion case, the bonds in question
Oct. 1 rollout? Would he also ...... President kicking me in the shins." "They (city officials) know paid which PLACE are tied to the impact fees the
Make statements that "If you Obama, was F What surprised me was that theyjust don't want anybody invoices," * city collects. If the city prevails
like your Doctor and your cur- Howard Ross Johnson. a number of the individuals else to know," says one person C I if f o r d in this case, validating the plan, you can keep them" if Pines In early 1980, involved were standup guys involved in.the lawsuit. in formed Steve Nicklas ing bonds, it would presumably
She knew they weren't 'true? Ross promot- who, when they wanted to do Based upon a.trail of emails someone who justify the city's collection of the
SMost importantly, why didn't one edme to senior vice president of somethingin.theirgroup or divi- from city officials, it seems no requested the information. "But fees. And potentially help in its of his staff stop him from making huinan resources. The six sen- sion; would be very factual and one is tracking the legal fees. if you have invoice copies, I feel defense of the lawsuit
these statements? ior VPs, tWo executive VPs and assertive even with Ross. So Not only is the city paying its certain you can match them up If the city loses the impact
SNot giving the leaderbad CEO met eaimonth to prepare Why didn't they sta4d up here outside ttneys, but it could to the payments." fee lawsuit, the settlement could
:news did not start in recent fdorthe board of director meet- and does it apply to the be responsible for covering the So-the city is obviously rack- 'easily surpass $2-$3 million years. In our childhood most of hgOne.oting Ross advised Affordable Care Act? legal fesoftlie plaintiffs(ifthe ing up a substantial bill in its (including legal fees). This would
us read the Danish fairy tale, .s that thipresident of our gro-. My'senseis, whenthe leader city losestlie case). continued defense of the impact have to be paid with city funds written in 1837, "T'he Empeor's.. cei division, was leaving and wants to achieve something big, As a Io the phone yes- fee lawsuit. The class-action law- since the city's insurance com4. New Clothes." This described ihe fel ,we. should promote Art key peoplebecome star-struck teidayI amr not keeping track suit is being brought by a pany has so far denied coverage ShoW the emperor's trusted advi- D, president of a small division and are more interested in pleas- of how much we. are spending/ business owner (Joanne Conlon) because the case is based upon sors heaped praise on his new in Canadato take his place. Like ing than advising. In thesecases, have spent:on the C6nlon case against the city for what is an allegedly fraudulent act
clothes even when they knew all major complies, we had suc- as withthe Affordabli Care Act, and borididliioni" said City alleged to be an illegal collec- With so much riding on the
: they were imaginary. So the cession planning charts, but Art the kdy peoplejust don't want to Controller Patty Clifford in an tion of impact fees. lawsuit's outcome, you would
next question is why does this was not on any of them. appear non-supportive. The rea- email. The bond'validation case The fees are assessed before assume that city officials are occur?. When the leader has a Therefore, I expected there sons, I believe, are more.about isreliated to the impact fee law- a new business opens for the closely monitoring the developreputation for being mean, like would be some lively discussion. what the leader .can do "for' suit.: '-, impact it will have on the exist- ments. But you know what they
Henry Weigl, the Standard Boy, was I wrong! First Bob them," rather than what he-or For one thing, it appearsthat ing city-owned water facility. say about assuming.
Brands CEO back in the '60s C., who was senior VP.of R&D, she can do "to them.,' Leadersof the fees are being paid fromdif- Normally impact fees are coland '70s, not giving him bad spoke out. "Brilliant move, maor institutions can make loyal ferent accounoOts. ifford saidtlhat lected and held in escrow for Steve Nicklas is afinancial news is understandable. One Chief," he stated. Since Bob was followers very powerful and rich tw6o bilis for $285,000 and future impact on infrastructure advisor with major fS.firm who incident regarding how Mr. Weigl known as the only 250- pound and this, rather than the fear of $l0,00 -were paid from the and are required to be lives on Amelia Island. His busiintimidated his people demon- man who could hide behind a being fired, is why key advisers water fund.. Other smaller bills returned after sevenyears if no ness columns appear in several strates the point He advised his, weed, I was- not shocked. are reticent about giving -the were reportedly paid from other impact occurs. newspapers in North Florida.,He
executive team that he. did not However,' the others all com- emperor bad news. However, if accoin ;ts. The impact fee lawsuit- has can be reached at 753-0236.
want cars parked near the hman- mented what an insightful move a disaster follows they may wish Clifford a id she pulled progressed muchlike a previufacturing plants. So when he this was ad in one case the head they; had. togetlh er printouts from' the ous lawsuit regarding the city thenicklasteam2@msn.coni
decided to visit the Peekskill of PR noted that it was 'obvious 'Amelia Island resident accounts payable system to find airport. In both cases, the city
facility one afternoon,'the plant why Business Week had recent- Howard Pines has more than 30 management was ordered by the ly recognized Ross for his great years experience as CEO, chair.Division VP to make sure no work. Since I was in charge of manandfounder ofBeamPines, "
cars were parked in the plant s uccession planning, I felt obli- a premier firm in the Executive
parking lot. Mr. ,Wigl praised gated to point out that Art had Coaching busifess. He also comanageentfornothavingvehi- ot ade the list while three founded the BeamPines/
cles in the parking lot but we others, two in the U.S., were Middlesex University Master's Amelia Island will host its "farm to table" dining In conjunction with wondered what he thought about being passed over. The senior Program in Executive Coaching. sixth annual Restaurant Week The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Restaurant Week, several of all the yellow lined parking VP.of our beverage division and Prior to that he served as Senior from Jan.17-26, a 10-day show- Island'sCaf6 4750 on Thursday, Amelia Island accommodators spaces,especially the one iight Bob C. both looked at me as if I VP of Human Resources for a case of ,18 of the island's most Jan. 16. are offering a "Free Night, Any
next to the building which stat- had grown'two heads. Ross then' Fortune 100 corporation. He is popular dining hotspots,. rang- Restaurants participating are Night" deal, which allows 'visied Plant Manager. noted my etmment and asked if author of '-The Case for Wasting ing fr6mfinie' dining to casual 29 South, BarZin Bistro & Wine tors to receive a free night with
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Georgia governor, American Citizen

TOM RAYMOND ernors found it untenable and
For theNews Leader ignored it; something about the
U.S. Constitution. He completT his account was pree ed his term in January 1786
sented at the Amelia and retired to Rae's Hall. Two
Island Muiseum of years later; onJan. 2, 1788,
History on Nov. 15, in Georgia was the fourth state
the monthly series "3rd Friday admitted to the Union, news
on 3rd Street." Elbert musty have greeted
With sabers sheathed and with much comfort and joy. But
muskets racked by late 1782, one of his last such moments
Brig-General Samuel Elbert as he died, too young, on Nov. a
resigned his U.S. Army and 2, 1788, age 48.
Georgian Militia commissions Samuel Elbert was buried
and became a private citizen. at Rae's Hall Plantation. Over
But not for long. The Georgia a century later his remains
Assembly in the capital city of were retrieved from an abanSavannah selected Samuel doned and desecrated site, and
Elbert and others as commis- reinterred with military honors
sioners at a conference with Brig-General Samuel by the Sons of the American
the Creeks and Cherokees Elbert Revolution in Savannah's
regarding title to certain Colonial Park Cemetery, along
Georgia lands. At Augusta the with those of his wife. This
next year, 1783, the first peo- were deeded plats out on the first generation Europeanples ceded some of their Ohio River, future home of the American is marked on the
ancestral territory to the Reds and Bengals.) map at the City ofgIElberton in
Georgians, an upper tract on In early January of 1785, northeast Georgia, the Elbert
the Georgia-South Carolina the Genferal Assembly in County seat. Thirty-three.
border, an early chapter in Savannah (state capital until miles eatt of on the their cheerless saga of being 1868) nominated Elbert to fol- South Carolina border, it lays driven west. Before the confer- low John Houstoun as gover- claimas the "Granite Capital of ence ended; news arrived of nor of Georgia, an honor he the World", producing.mrore the peace treaty between first declined. But on Jan.7 he- monuments of the popular
England and the Provinces. consented, "I shall ever be stone than any'ther place on
When ratified in '83!by the' sensible of the honor you have earth. Congress of the Confederation conferred on me, in appointing Although both of Ebert's (1781-1789), the colonists me'Chief Magistrate of the sorties into Northeast Florida TOM RAYMOND/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER
were no longer subjects of the 'State of Georgia. It must, in fell shortL on Amelia Isle in Ahistorical marker in downtown Fernandina Beach acknowledges the invasion by Col. king but were now American the highest degree, be flattei- 1777 and the nex year ii Samuel Elbert's Continental Army in May 1777. Late Elbert became governor of
citizens. And, by George, in ing tome, that my conduct as a Callahan- -later campaigns Georgia. .
January of 1784 the UK finally soldier through our last glori- assured his place in history as recognized the sovereignty of ous struggle, has met the a champion of America's
the USA! approbation of my Country; Independerice When e. that all men are created equal, --- --Samuel Elbert, in his mid- and rest assured that it will be stalked the Redcoatsthrough that they are endowed by their
forties, entered the postwar my studyas a citizen to merit the local maritime forest 236 Creator with certain unalien- This is the enesis, the nius ofAmerican
years in somewhat declining theconfidence yoti have years ago, hq.stepped over able Rights (that these) 1
health from long months in the reposed in me. I firmly rely on acorns and aroundsaplings Governments are instituted except liS emplate fgoveTance
field with meager comforts., the concurrence and support of that are today's remarkable among Men, deriving their just fO udfetw other places on earth, a promise But heentered with grace and your Honorable House in canopy of sduthiemlive oak, a powers from the consent of the
dignity, and great esteem from every measure that will secure natural heritage t6 besav-ored governed. ... This is thegene- that still draws millions to our shores. his community, ever faithful to the citizens in their just rights and preserved like the Ebert sis, the genius of American his state and nation, church and privileges, and which may story itself.A:l k. the tm exceptionalism, a teriplate for .'.
and family. His children adored be conducive to the welfareof bes of ecvi i governance found few other when first they pledged alle- and the destruction of all cattheir father. He was elected a the State." Wofs many a mod- milled uear St.,Smons in 1797 places on earth,,a promise that giance to the king, then tie," recall the words of anothGeorgia delegate to Congress, ern statesman would be well a decade after-hisIeathand still draws millions to our renounced it. Who's to say er American notable, Paul
but with diminished strength served to reflect upon, fashion d into the hill of "Old shores. Elbert woiddn't have also tem- Harvey (1918-2009), "'And now
he begged off from the meet- Matters Elbert attended to Ironsides" our still living and The year 2019 marks 400 pered his iiew of the black you know the rest of the
ings in NYC, the nations'. capi- in the governor's chair includ-. breathing USS Constitution years since thatfirst slave ship, man's place in the new nation,. story." tal thru.1790. Other appoint- ed education and religious his name, like theblock of anchored off Jd mestowm to become aniearlyadvocate of..
ments included'election in issues. He helped persuade the granite and the sweeping live. Within the social and legal con- the term African-American?
1783 as sheriff of Chatham Georgia House to pass a bill for oak, stands the test of time. structs of the day, Elbert was The next time you pause at
County; vestryman at "... the full and complete estab- Elbert ranks among our fore- one of many men, women, the DAk plaque indowntown
Savannah's Christ Church, first lishmnient of Public seminaries bears with visions for a free white, black who owned Fernaidina with its closing in America to organize Sunday of learning". Georgia was the nation of free menwith free slaves. The record also shows narrative, '"In retaliation Col. school; and Grand Master,' firstU.S. state to charter a markets. They understoodlib- his regard for the red man. Had Elbert ordered houses burned
Order of Masons. In 1784 he publicly funded university, ini- erty comes through vigilance he lived to the turn of the cenwas selected delegate for the tially called Franklin College, -of, in tie language of the day, tury, he'd'see Washin n freeiloal chaptirof*Society of 2tody's hor8ffdga," tih I nididigivandhestic; I his' lti Alik de
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JOHN JOSEPH CASCONE Iguesspeoplewholiveinmoun- at the helm of a boat'that had
For theNewts-Leader tainous areas have a functional already lost one engine and had
equivalent in their mountain res- alarms pinging on the remainAt great risk of sounding trite cue agencies. Well, on Nov.30 in ing one. Their boat was tossed and seasonal the story of the the waters of Nassau County it about by the 8- to 10-foot seas rescue off Fernandina is much wasn't the USCG doing the like a basketball in the hands of more than the front-page men- lion's share of the brave efforts LeBron James. tion in last month's issue of the thatresulted in saving five chil- Situations like that don't rely News-Leader "The weather out- dren from 2 years up to 15 on sea legs but rather divine side was frightful" like the holi- and the two adults that hadtaken intervention. But, the good Lord day song says but no snow was them out in the terrible condi- willing and looking over their in the air, just brutal winds and tions. shoulders with some guardian
cold vicious seas. There were There were locals who risked angels that must have'been on seven people on a powerless life and limb, placed all concerns loan to assist in the dire cirshrimp boat that was dragging for their personal safety on a cumnstances, they were able to anchor and in danger of running shelf and abandoned caution to get four of them off in short aground, capsizing or some other save the lives of seven strangers. order. catastrophe that meant children These five men deserve credit, Then irhappened. Middleton, could suffer great harm, possibly recognition and commendations the oldest of the five and probadeath. for what they did. Yes the USCG bly least agile, back on the bow
Living in a coastal commu- was on the scene in both forms. and his hand wrapped in the life nity you become calloused to What we don't realize is they vest of the 15-year-old, was these situationsbecause there is are not really cut out for these knocked overboard when his always the U.S. Coast Guard near shore, churning tide along father refused to turn him loose. rushing to the rescue. A boat of the beaches situations. The boat Anyone who has ever been on a some kind or the helicopters couldn't come in close enough ship is aware of the "man-over-with divers attached to a cable because of the rough rigging and board drills" and the seeming
dropping from the sy. like a the high winds arid pitching seas ease with which they are carROBERT FiEGFJNEWS-LEADER Superman there to save the day. it was just 'too dangerous for ried out. This was no drill! The them to risk it. water temperature was in the
Tony Wright, a lieutenant high 50r or low 60s, it was ivith the Florida Fish and Wildlife churninglike no one can imagine Commission, was on the beach and his life was in grave danger, at ie south end of Amelia as as if there could be' any other darkness settledin.There with kind. Middleton was drifting him was Deputy Thomas Kelley away frorh them in the dark of of the Nassau County Sheriff's night with pitching and churning
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Office whose shift had ended seas. How would they find him?
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD- more than an hour or more For reasons as yet unexSbefore-the on-duty FWC officer plained his service flashlight CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACRI
CIT OFFERANINA15EC.Carl Middleton. Offshore alone immediately went to strobe funcwas Deputy Ken Clements in a tion and Wright backed away NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Nassau County Sheriff's Office from the shrimp boat to go after
in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash. Street Femrnandina Beach, Florida boat that could do nothing with- him. Because of the terrible conto consider the following applications: outthe addition of someone else. ditions they didn't know if
to",. c dgThe seas were too rough for him, Clenients and Gearis could see
acting alone, to do anything at him and didn't know how long
FUTURE LANp JSE & ZONING MAP CHANGE (PAB 2014-02) that point. the cold water would, allow
.'A FUTURE LAND USE AND ZONING CHANGE REQUEST FOR. 0.08 ACRES IDENTIFIEDAS Wright, Middleton and Middleton to keep'fighting. As it
~Wright, Middleton and Middleton to keep fighting. As it "
S PARCEL 00-00-31-1580-0022-020 LOCATED AT N. 14TH STREET AND TOWNGATE STREET FROM Clements areall experienced turned out both boats were
HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE/OT-2 ZONING TO RECREATION LAND USE/ RECREATION ZONING. watermen.Theyknewonce.that 'attempting to get life rings to :
shrimp boat got close td shore him but the combination of darkm i. .and the keel touched bottom the ness, onrushing hypothermia,,
,. boat could roll, one way or the: and the inflated life vest he wore t
other, and everyone would be made it difficult for Middleton .,thrown off into the dark with the to see the items thrown to him.
roiling seas consuming themas Finally they got to him and just more jetsam as it did daily. had it not been for Kelley's cavWright and Middleton, knowing alier willingness to go for the i there were children on board, boat ride and the divine provi- a S made the decision that someone dence that left him on the FWC 'had to get them off the boat boat instead of transferring with, before atragedy occurred. They' Gearis to the NCSO vessel, couldwaitnolonger andinvited Wright would have beenalone Kelley to join them on a boat trying toretrieve his soakedand ride. hypothermic comrade, an imposS A boat ride sounds so casual sible task. As it was, it took T dWhat the .welre qwitinglyrI evdr thing tIe two 6ftheri'had!) . ._____,_ _ : 'I' ',doingas far from .cAdd i left i-nthem [hto manhandle_,
So .most of us cannot contemplate it Middleton, back aboard.,
in our mundane 'workaday Following Middleton's retrieval
worlds. They were embarking and shortness of breath and their ona life-saving mission that fear for his life, Wright radioed
meat' they alng with their the ISCG aiid poked towards interested parties my appar at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability ofany action, whic may e cnsdered thatjoinedfhem, were all the, larger boat on one engine to
pn h ~ iarttm; ''"ur f g a n~mmdb si heard ittL ....... ... ..... Oltgt anyfloaions whssengerse whosiereed
Any persons wthdsabiltes requiring accommodations In order to participate in this program or activity should contact rising heir v lives. Sgt offoahis penger who were 310-3100, TTY 711, (TTY numbrfor all City offices) or through the Florida Relay Service at 711 at least 24 hoUis in advance ScotGeaofNSO joined the in needof much greater service : toreuestschacc modatior. three of them as they d9p~ted' than his little, boat could offer. IF requestON uchAcc o action. the 14th'Street boat ramp..The Every wave "they crested
IF ANYPERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY:DECisioN MADE BY THE BOARD/d'OMMISSION WITHaRESPECT TO ANY CI MA.ED. BY.. B D, WITH. .. .I .specifics of where he ws and brought moreshoutingand tears
MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, SIHE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT VERBATIM RECORD OF THEPRO how he joined them are unclear from the children they had saved
BE BM WE "I th"an:;!'' : .,;.:;;:''-:.::,,, -.. LeT ;
.BE BASED. .. . M iost ofusremembierthe TV a perilous tilt. It was more than
Copies of the applications may be Inspected In the. office of the Community Development Department, City Hall, 204 Ash show Gilligar's Island and the anyone could be asked to handle. Street, between the hburs of 8:00 AM- -5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For infonnation on the application, please con- i tl that introduced it refer- They did it anyway!
'in e"oirage of the tiny Shortly after transferring the
tact the Planning Department at 310-3135.. c, e
tn n p tcrew.".WellIthese five local men, last passenger, Wright lost the
lJike that1tiny are obf TV-fame, second engine and, along with
_aped the tossmg, churning sea Kelley, was adrift in the same
Sr. 't.. hatw beit on the destruc- rough seas that had almost
tion of ltheir boats'and all those claimed his. friend. It seems the th ,on board. I feel certain they seas wereso rough they had the
'.eweren'tjfciiig the peril with a boat pitching aid the motors
*N O smitle oii'their face butrathera 'were being denied -the water
'h A .look of determination that necessary to keep 'them cool.
moved them' towards those -With some efforts, and I believe: endangered children. Wright assistance from the aforemenradioed the USCG one last time* tioned guardian angels, they got ; before clearing the jetties at the both motors operational again. -" .Cumberland Sound because it while the helicopter went and
AS o~ttON A~t4 .was evident any movement out- 'did what it had earlier proclaimed ,
SARNA.B ,-o:.,70,.. "gAL'. side the jetties meant heading it couldn't do, retrieve the
r"as &TR Hong' 48"" south and' not turning around remaining passengers by cable.
o a ,becaus& their vessels were not~ Wright 'and"Kelley followed the. : 4 o:bdat enougli to turn back facing cutter into Mayport and finally
the inds and come home. Out' got home about 2 a.m. Sunday. of necessity they proceeded out That Tuesday I ran into and south to the endangered Kelley at the courthouse per-,: shrimp boatsSormewhere in the forming one of the multitude of .near 45-ninute journey to the mundane taks deputies perform,' .shrigip boat the rescuers met routinely in their career He was : .upwith Gearls hid traisfefred to shocked I had heard the story
C~OdYNE.17 S HE/ 'the boat with ,Clements. Now and embarrassed that I asked
.. ...OUN ,(I R ~each' boat at least had an addi- him to relay it to Judge Wesley.
.40 If omebound Seniors will enjOya -"' 'tional hand in case of the need'to Pople, several of his peers and
" pec, ial' N-'-" "'h'' : ,- -mea n",:- act. .' ..- "' ,.other.:.:0 courthouse personnel.uthus. psoun]..
S i. ay ea rIs a wee nof therdescribed t All five, Clements, Gearis, ,
seas as like being in a bowl. Kelley, Middletonarid Wright are;; ith your assistance those same homebound seniors Whei you were on top you could heroes. Not the kind you usualsee everything but once cresting ly hear about, the normal use of will continue to receive two nutritious meals thewaveandtheadingdownyou the term in everyday language.
a Weec throughout 2014. were surroundd by water and These are honest to goodness,
couldn't even find the horizon., run into the Twin Towers As they neared the shrimp boat American heroes, every one of Freezer containers. are prepared to maintain they devised a plan which put them. I know that each of them,',
the q quality of the meals. theFWC boat, since it had three sometimes that night, had to
tfmen aboard, approaching it at Wonder if they would see their 'great peril to their vessel itself loved ones again, literally their 'Fresh produce and dairy products help keep and the men on board, and in life passing before their eyes
se r rough pitching and rolling seas kind of moment.
seniors-healthy year round* unloading the passengers one I am more fortunate than
8 8by one. Clements and Gearis most who will read this because -.
7 would stand by at a distance I know each of the men person- :
w la adopt a hOm rebound senior because the rough waters elim- 'ally and count them all as friends.
inated any safe maner for two All I can say is thank you
boats to approach the disabled because knowing there are peo- Or the com ing year vesselwithoutendangeringboth pie-like them is the greatest
rescue boats. comfort you can have as we go
Please send donations to: Kelley and Middleton through our workaday lives
exchanged place don the bow at never knowing when tragedy ,C altin orth H mees o N ss u ou tySo p Train various times and were able to may befall us as it did thosePO Box 16123, Fdrnandina Beads, FL 32035 off load the four youngest chil- seven strangers..
dren. The 2-year-old was withFor more information please call: out a life vest, which caused its
Genece Minshew, 904-491-0185 NL/PsA own complications. Wright was



Thoghts on fa cing the day Ntw Tou tson


On problem that all humans share is of how requires. ken shoelace is real, especially when you're runFLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER to face the day. As we awake, before we move Stay Calm and Carry On. I'm told this was the ning for the bus or trying to get your kids offto
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 any other muscles except those that govern our motto used by the British people in World War II school. An overdue rent payment is real. A
eyelids, we're confronted with these questions: to buoy their spirits as the Nazis tried to bomb woman's smile, or beautiful sunset, is real. These The News-Leader is published with pride weekly "What shall I do today? What must I do? What is England back into the pre-Stonehenge era. and many other things have "Now!" stamped on for the people of Nassau County by Community my attitude toward life? Where is the 'off' button Another version of this is to shout "Serenity now!" them. They are what we should address, not the Newspapers, InA., Athens, Georgia. We believe on that @#!!% alarm clock? Who is John Galt? just as George Costanza's father did on the remorse of yesterday or the fear of what tdilofthat strong newspapers build strong communi- Who kicked Nelly in the belly in the barn?" "Seinfeld" show, each time tension threatened. row may bring.
lies-'Newspapers get things done!" Our primary Following are some ideas I have found helpful The key to remaining calm is to remember that Incremental coping. This i's one of my favorites..
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable
community-oriented newspapers. This mission in meeting each of these 18-hour sessions we call calmness is 50 percent fakery. If you can speak and I always have a-kitchen timer close by.
will be accomplished through the teamwork of life. act clmly and quietly, even when you're falling On-a day whenI can't quite decide how to get
professionals dedcated to the truth, integity, qual The Attack Mode. Each day, even the best apart inside, people will be fooled. into thinking going, I set the timer for one minute. -Then I' ity and hard work. ones, brings duties, questions, dilemmas and dead- you'rea cool dude. After an hour of this pretense, swing into action. I one lousy minute, I can do
lines that we must meet. One approach is to get you yourself may be connddinto believing it. And anything that life tliows at4mne. When-the beepFoy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER out of bed in a fighting mood. "I willattack every then you're on your way. ergoes 6ff, I set itto two minutes and resinIe life's
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR headache I face today. I will demolish, outlast or The Cosmic View. I've never met an adventure. By the time -I hit the three-minute
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR outwit every enemy, foreign or domestic, that I astronomer or astrophysicist who has trouble mark, Fmitreally rolling. I'm half-dressed and hot
ROBERT FIEGE. PRoDUCTION DIRECTOR encounter Nothing shall daunt me. I am the mas- coming to grips with daily demands. That's, coffee is in y hand. After 10 minutes of incre'
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR ter of my fate, dadlemmit!" This frame of mind will because such people view earth, life and the entire mentalkoping, I no longer need the timer. I'm
ANGELINE MUIDD. get you to at least until 10 iAm., most days, unless universe from a 13-billio -year point perspective. underway. Ive already rniade half a dozen minofC
you have not been fired, arrested or threatened When you spend your workweek studyiiiIg alewly decisions and have begun work on several major. BUSI NEss O ICA AINAGER with divorce in the meantime. The attack mode can discovered galaxy tiat's 4 million lighti-years dis- 9nes.
SIAN PERRY. ASSISTANTEDITOR be tricky tanfit, it's hard to getupset atyourteenaged son or-, None ofthese foregoing ideas is perfect, and
BETH JONES. SPonRTsETroR The Surrender Mode. This is the flip side of the daughter for not completing his/hliet household- I'msure youmayhavW approaches of your ow'n that
Tom WOOD DINK NESMITH attack mode. All this attitude requires is your chores. Placing any earthly event up thereon a help you launch yourself off the end ofyour daily
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT simple adriiissiori that,-"Why fight life?. rm just one cosmic screen tends to shrink its importance. 'diving board. Please feel tell me about
person. Fate controls me.. Ido't have the brains --.The'Live in the Now' Approach. Most of life's them.
C N ommuty orbackbone to engage ini the battle." Having pressures come from thinking about the past or
C N I 9 assumed this attitude toward -each day, you just worry g about the future. As each daybegins, we' Bob Driber is a former columnist for the
'xelax and let the avalanche roll oyer you. You shouldremind ourselves that the past and the Clearwakr Sun who now lives in the Boston area.
The viesexpressed by the columniLstsmand address each problem as best yoi can, but you future do not xist.Theydare notreal, except aswe This column is distributed lby the Florida Press
letter writerson thispagearetheirown don't try to carry the Atlas-like weight ofthe" allothem to occupy girmemories and imagi- Associatio n.
and donotnecessarily reflect the views of, world on your back, the way the attack-mode nation. OK so wat the ISireal? tell yoi. A bro-' lralee7l@comcSnet.,
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traditions 'Ia MN' MM'
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tra di tio News flash for Dave Scot This is
Tradition is a-difficult thingto shake. That's not: 1958. T wo weeks ago from his 1 IC why they call it tradition. bully pulpit, Dave railed against folks IfA$1O TA Ti 10S'l1t kf I-
Take putting up a Christmas tree, for wanting to increase the minimum N9 du ff COLLEC IO(
instance. As I write, it's just a week until wage from $7.25 an hour. His con- ANiD RE6TMI0 OF PERONAL
Christmas Day, and we still haven't decorated tentionis that these are "entry level .
a tree in our home. We normally don't wait jobs." Sorry, Dave, the reality is that A7k O'V Af U TL Y m y this late we usually buy a tree around Dec. 10 in 2013, these are jobs,,period. 3ItIGLE C'ITZIM MO PURSfO "
-but travel and work and grandkid-sitting And When you ard I were in high OFgUIRfYIG AN)P A1ALYZTRG eG$
conceits and evena cotillion have claimed pri- school or had just graduated, there WITHOwU PROR "A- UH' AI
ority this year. 'were entry-level jobs. They includ- A1'Nflkf:tVki"
S One season, we didn't put up a tree until ed working at agas statin, caddy A AP VAL. E.. L.
Christmas Eve.I bought-aseven-footer for five ing, lifeguarding and clerking at JC dollars. You can get really good deals on trees Penney or a locate grocery store (in if you wait until Christmas Eve. my case, Victory, Marketin Oneonta
Our frierind Daisy Oliver wouldn't under- N.Y.). But in 1958, you could buy a
stand why a personwouldwaitthat loig.She good-car for $250, gas was 16.9
has a tree in every room of her home, except cents a gallon, movies cost 25-cents
maybe the bathroom. She starts decorating (and that was two features, a carbefore Thanksgiving. toon alid the Movietone newsreel!),But another friend, Lessie Smithgall, said dinner for two was $5 (including
thht-vhenishe wat a litt]eigri;her famjlyfier ,,-,,:tlertip), mda cai dy bar was five
puthpfaitreeuntil Christms vb. "I I rlik to-', --entsAYogu )Wnt lff to college, if
have one last old-fashionedChristma i before I you were lupky, q you joined the
die," she'rote te im "I ddnt arin to smell army. A':fewof f friends went to
Sthe pin before Christmas ,Broome Techin Binghamfionwhere.Eye.'~ - -tuition was less than $200asemes-ye. -P, ss

Some traditions are ter. One of i .y friends wentot f
sacred, ho evg ,hid ca0ot state to Penn State and spent LARRY WRIGI-fE DETROITNEWS
be clinged short ofhpital- $1,660 in a year for tuition, room, ,
izatioi. My niodir- s and board, and books.-ked a Apples cakefor .So Dave, tis is a different world., -call it capitalism." thousands of years, longbeforethe
Christmas Aftr0e becm I know young people in-this com-- Steven Crountse A is o to all deities that most of us worship today
ill ..y, jjr~o '. ff, m ..... .-s.em..... .p' "'' .. tXlo toag ..... e .... "" arl 'church
Sill mY sis de ok overtlit munity that owe $-,000 to $100,000 Fernandina Beach t h jl fl were envisioned The early church
tr adio Ifslecanfindblack in1college loans that areworkingfor Ho t season for hoj ly appropriated the solsticeseasn asa
taii she i m um wae. Yousee them every a a Ho And wegath time to celebrate the birth ofJesus.
FROM n my sister again tais day intherestaurants and bars you ofJO er round- the green tree to sing a Many people ofvarious non-Chfistian
-THE Christmas Will baknvely, fynth the s a youg I ye lived in Fernandma Beach. birthday song, a song of birth and tradition also celebrate the season
frequen Te jobsthat these' young .:/:; ., ..., ., ,_ :.',_,rtraditions Also celebrate the seaon,
THS Christmas will bake lovely, frqet h osta hs o n ow fo' .12 years And! hav~been rbad'- rebirth, a song of erniergeico lih'ihthinw amsadcr
HOME .brown pplesauce.akes for people aspire to are not there any- ow yer eena a ang eer ce o withthir n nam and cerbrother a m b d mnore. -The industries tha had goodNewsLeaderallthat timeI fromdarknessandauspicious em, monies.
OFFI my traditions come to ain bs are n 6ne, th afew have especially enjoyed Cup of Joe. nings. In the depths offrigiddarkness. ther someof us like it or not,
Otir trhiition tom .. )ain job a... I- ht ome 'of Uslike it or not,:i
be regrptted. Several years exceptions. Hundreds of thousands IthinkJoe Palmeris atleitedwriter we project our hopes for the future we live in a society of many different. PhiHu agostated~riting riddle of those jobs are either obsolete or and I always look forward to his col-' and extendgood tidings to one and all ethnicities and cultures ad all are
for eachChristmas present have been relocated to other oun- umn. Heis able to put into words so or do we guaranteed -equality under the
wegaveourfourgrandchildren. Each giftwas tries because of legislation like well all the emotions that we feel There are those among us who Constitution. Shot ofwearing iden-.' ,^ rA-,. ;,,;,k d,, About everyday*venits inotr,lhves; -,upon -being wished! ?(-happyh ohda +;,Aiictjnbhaesstati our religous' hidden in a different place in our home, and the NAFTA in my opinion, the worst- about everyday events in our hves upon bemg wished a happy holiday tification badges stating our religiouriddle gave clues as to where.But I've run out piece of 'legislation ever written both happy and sad. He can be very respond with a Merry Chrstmas p references, there is no way to ascer -' .......funny,, mn mg me laugh out loud :and Ifor one take no offense at lat,.. .. e
of hiding places, and I've run.oit of riddled? the middle class in this country.Both funny, making me laugh out loud and I for one take no offense at that tainn thte preference-of the person
"You're going to have to comeup Withsome Democrats and Republicans are to ("Hootchie Cootchie" story), but has, however, take issue-with the whn'you are addressing. You may kind of game for the grandkids giftss" iy-vife blame. also. brought me to tears when he tonal attitude that oftentimes accom- recll that the Nazis tried something
saidthe other day. WhatifIleft the underthat So Dae, next time you are ut wrote about the passing of his dogs, panies the greeting.~ Christmas is -like that and it rended badly. So if aginary tree? said to myself. only thought and about having dinner or a drink Charie -and Samson. To me, this is the time for Christians to celebrate esons reference it; I did not say it outloud. talkto your servers about nim what good writer should strive to the brth of Jesus and to ponder his please extend the appropriate greet, But there's one Christmas tradition that I wage and what an increase would do. He has a wonderful and witty teachings as they prepare for the ing for their beliefsand ifyou do not hope -will continue as long as I continue. It's our nean to them. They,work extreme- sense offunor, reminiscent ofanoth- new yeae Thus ithas~been fr cen- know their 'reference just wing it: family's attending the Christmas Eve service ly hard. Ill leave e you' with a final er writerI was a hue fan of- Lewis tunes and-I do nothecall apy law- Merry Christmas, Happy. Yuletide, at our church. Sometimes it'sjusttlhe two ofus; quote that I read recently0 "If a Grizzard another good.'ol Georgia being passed that wold-lmit their Solstice, Chanikah, -Holidays, etc., sometimes it's the whole -family. But every group of workers organize to boy. Think he and Joe would have freedom to do so. ... etc etc., but for Christ's sake, lose
time, the service is the same:reverent, renew- demand fair compensation, conser-' been good friends. Look forward The fact isthat no particular ide- the attitude ing, refreshing. vaie c;,, all it communism. Ha' group, to more "Joe". ology -can lay clam- to the solstic ... Gary Turner-,
S In term s Of social md financial status, every- o execu tves orga nze to uy po i- i m Br.a n o a b obra .. e a B
body attending that service falls somewhere cians and manipulate markets, they Ferandina Beach the renewal ofthe cycle of the sun for
between the lowly, disrespected, poor shep- "
herds and the influential, respected, wealthy ." Magi. But social and financial status des not -T TH I $
matter.That isthemessageofChristmas,,ofthe I. .II COMMU U IT I
Christ Child. God's love is there for all; : ---, We know-that Christmas traditions V ry T1nI C"wtwlr u, Q''i'i But kdr-CabotCheese Co., Cafe Karibo, Captai Life,Jeff and Dona Pearce, Pentanique America,
from family to family. But we must reieber Lawrence Piper Ron Chabot, Chli'is Bafanid Grill,. -PGA-Tour, Pilates of Amelia, Ponte Vedra Plastic
that inthis worldof uncertainty, eChristians Onbehalf of Taketock i Childre Nassau Imogene Coleman, Neal Coleman, Concours. Surgery, Teresa Port, Jane and Ted Preston, must be certain about why we celebrate this lI would like tothank all those whose efforts made d'Ele ganc .-. .Roberta Quba, Redb-nes-todrmeBakery, Red
time of year. We celebrate because the Soof h. e 0thannualLight Up aLfe benefit on Dec. 5 Coraier Sttidios, Will Dickie, 'lrnk a Gail Otter Outfitders,Lorries G .,e'R'' God came to-Earth to offer hope, forgiver ss.' suCh a memlorabe evening. Hosted through e Dig inier u i f Dickae, Daid andGdy Rte es, r andie R i J oane and andlif etrnl.. -' geeroit ofg the Om rni meli Island anaion~f Digby, r Drape; Clif Drysdale, David and Jdfdy Rgeves, Steve and Leslie ,Ritter Joanne adj
andlifeetenaLnerosit ni f Take S. on.. Easterly, Doug Eng, Elizabeth Trading Co., Espaia, Dan Roach, Robisons, Gary and Jackye Rubin,, So in the spirit of great traditions, I wish you er. $28,000 was raised r ae stock in Fancy Sushi, Fernandina Beach Golf-Club, Pat Bob and Judy Schmonsees, Scott and Sons Fire a Merry Christmas season.'- Civildren's schoiorship and mentoring program, Gass, Golf Club of North Hampton,'Great Harvest Jewelry, George Sheffield, Shoe Visions, Slider's,.
which helps deserving Nassau County students Bread Company, Greyfield Inn, Halftime Sports Jenny Smith, Southern Touch, Joann Speas, John P ,Phil Hudgins is the senior editor for pursue their dreams of college education. Bar an
Community Newspapers Inc., the media compa- Co-sponsor theNews-Leader helped us spread Bar ad Grill, Hang Glide USA, Harbor Lights, Springer; Dana Stewart, Brimn Strunk, E-elyne nymmuniyownsstherNe c.-Lehde ediheoword.o-spon 3r0theNews-aeterdedpedeusopread Jackie Harding, Anthony Harris, Robert and Pat Talman, Wilson Tennille, Ron and Sandra Terry, the
ny that owns the News-Leade s the word. Over 300 guests attended the formal Henderson, Jodi Henson; Horizon's Restaurant, Amelia Island Club, The Angler's Mark, The Crab vent, pulled together by the Light Up A Life Don and Suzanne Hughes, Inside Out Home and Trap, The Dome Healing Center, The Golf Club of
memmittee BobChairnd Juobert Henderson. GaComntteem Garden,Island Flower and Garden, Island Hair Amelia Island, Happy Tomato Caf6, Adelaide and s Digby, Adelaide Thompson Andrea Hoffman, Judy Salon, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville Symphony Davison Thompson, Couttney Thompson, Michael: Orchestra, Ron Jacobson, Joe's 2nd Street Bistro, Van Horn, Vida Fitness, Bobby Voelker, Bretta" I UEasterly Jane Preston, Melony Austin and Deanna Danielle Julian-Bates, Joyce Karsko, Kayak Amelia, Walker Allison Watsoi, Brett and JeffWhitaker, Nassau county cGartenbush set a record number of ticket sales, Kelley's Courtyard Caf6, Carol Kimmel, Lyn King, White Oak Plantation, Winspire, Amy Wolff, and
Nassau county Commissioners ac and helped set up an array of' silent auction items La Mancha Restaurant, Paul Ladnier, Sandy Nancy Wolff. Thank you for your generosity. We
Danny Leeper, District 1-Femandina Beach, that surpassed our expectations. LeClere, Le Clos, Steve Leimberg, Kristin also appreciate the News-Leader and the Nassau:
2618029 (h), 4303868 (cel), Jn addition to numerous gifts an d sports pack- Livingston, Stacey Lusk, Jody and Doug Mackle, County Record who served as Light Up a Life:
mail: ages from Omn Amelia Island Plantation and The Magna's Salon, Marche Burette, Barbara Martin, ticket outlets and provided marketing support.
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"8A WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25.2013 EWS News-Leader

Take a hike on

Little Talbot Island

N -1 If you are wondering what to do with all
those holiday visitors that have arrived on
your doorstep, worry no furthen The weath- What to do with all those holier is cool, the bugs are down for the count
day visitors that have arrived
::.-.":. -:: ;'-?<:' and the state parks around us are beckoning for visitors. Just go take a hike! On yourdoorstep?
One of my favorite hiking spots is the The weather is cool, the bugs loop trail at Little Talbot Island State Park
just a few miles down the road from us. All are down for the count and the it takes is one visit and I'm sure you'll be
hooked too.3Be sure to time this hike around stae parks around
low tide so that you can walk the full loop us are beckoning Take a hike! including the beach, which is impassible
during highli tide.
Even the drive down to Little Talbot dunes the trail reaches its half-way point at. from Amelia Island is worth the journey. I a bench overlooking the ocean. This bench, call it the "best drive on Earth," this vista of inscribed "I hear the mermaids singing each natural woods and ocean and salt marshes to each," is a tribute to a departed hiker on the Talbot Islands, all protected for pos- from her friends, and makes a great place to terity thanks to the Florida State Parks sys- enjoy the view and eat some lunch. tern and the North Florida Land Trust And then, there's the beach! The stretch
But when you get to the entrance to of beach heading south to the parking lot is Little Talbot State Park, that's where the most always deserted. It is one of the few real fun begins. Pay your places I know where no condominiums or Admission (or buy a yearly houses line the coastline. The shore is vast, pass), ask for a trail map wild and starkly beautiful. When I.1 have and park near the ranger encountered other humans along this station to start off your stretch they are enjoying nature just like ISDecaying hike. Not far from the am. Sometimes there'sa lone fisherman
wood and ranger station a sign and hunkered down near the surf. Sometimes a
beach vistas trail map marks the begin- group of adventurous surfers have hiked in
mark the ning of a 5- or smile to'enjoy the'great waves that this area is
way on the journey that will take you khown for in these circles. Occasionally
hiking trail II through woods, wetlands, there is another hiker, but not usually.
on Little WAYS dunes and beach back to Usually this beach is mine alone, or
Talbot ___ your car. yours. Walking slowly along this stretch,
Island, As with any jaunt in looking for sea shells and other sea life,
above: You Pat nature there is no guaran- admiing pelicans flying by information or
Might even Foster-Turley teeing what you will see seeing a lone bald eagle perched on driftget to pho- but no doubt no matter wood it's all there to enjoy in solitude and
tograph a what you are bound to be.rewarded for your in harmony withr nature.
Gopher tor- efforts. On a recent LittleTalbot hike witha Eventually when you follow thebeach toise, left. friend, for instance, we were charmed 6y sduth you endup'at the first beach parking PHOTOS BY gopher tortoises out fora warm days trol:l lot tid from there it's maybe a half-mile
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TURLEY/FOR along the path, all adults, andallforagin:in Siit a short enough drive bck northon
THE NEWS- ; the dunes without a glance in out direction th "'best drive onEarth" but hey, why not
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Christ ais, with bluebierries on fragrant The Sand'Dollar restaurant isi not too far spruce trees, red berries on hollies and away, and there's nothing like a table overevergre~n shrubs on the white sand dunes looking the St. Johns River watching the looking just like snow banks. ferry transit the river, theishrimp boats in
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Heading out of country?

Get passport at library

News-Leader A irri
NewsLeader The library collected $33.950 in processing
Hilliard resident Robbie fees in fiscalyear2012-13 and$9,33961
Williams is heading to Canada
and Alaska in May for a week- p Otograpyfees.
long cruise to celebrate his 10th
anniversary with his wife, Tina.
The couple applied for passports branch became an authorized "It's been a huge success for earlier this month at the Passport Acceptance Facility in us," said Bostwick. "We did the Fernandina Beach branch library. August 2011, certifying four staff program because the library is a "This is the first time I've members, including Director central resource for people and applied for a passport," said Dawn Bostwick, as passport if they come in to get a passWilliams, who works as a logger agents, port, they'll also be able to see
in Nassau County. "I'm looking According to the Nassau the other programs and servicforward to taking a trip out of the County Office of Management es we provide." country, and yes, we're leaving and Budget, the library collect- The library is located at 25 N. our two boys at home." ed $33,950 in processing fees Fourth St Walk-ins are welcome
Williams completed the nec- in fiscal year 2012-13 and but appointments are appreciessary paperwork for the U.S. $9,339.61 in photography fees. ated, said Bostwick. For inforDepartment of State to obtain a This is in addition to fees that mation visit wwwnaspassport and paid $10 to have a are collected for the Department or call the library 2- by 2-inch passport photo of State to obtain a U.S. pass- at 277-7365. taken by library administrative port. mmaguire@fbriewsleadercom MARY MAGUIRENEWS-LEADER
assistant Claire Shepherd, who The cost to buy the camera Hilliard resident Robbie Williams poses forhis passport photo as library administrative
is also a certified passportagent. and printer was less than assistant Claire Shepherd wields the camera afthe Fernandina branch library.
The Fernandina Beach $700.




"Now I will be able to read my Bible for the first time in many years," said this Haitian lady after receiving donated eyeglass from local Lions Club member Jan Turk. SUBMITrED

Lions Club not

just eyeglasses


Most people'associate the FCrdispa 6
Lions Club with collecting eye- rhip wit t a
Glasses and hearing aids to help County ol r the less fortunate, but there's much moreto their good works discard egessu&than this. s and hearing ai s to
It's not just people in,Nassau ly the quality lifeo
SCounty who benefit from the iose Indve co .
Lions Club's humanitarian Drop off yot s or
efforts. They have also gathered hearg aids shoes for people in Afghanistain County Vo ..
;and provided workers helping 13 nine L,
to save birds and animals affect- Fr iform oce
ed by the Gulf oil spill with bath t 261271 or eii towels, face towels and wash cloths.
cLions Club charities such as to Haiti last year.
Florida Camp for the Blind,. Additional projects include
Southeast Guild Dog Progran, collecting toys for underpriviLions Eye Institute and the leged children, adopting famiConklin Center for the Blind all lies at holiday time, providing received donations from the .helmets for children at the annuSlocal group. al Bicycle Day and donating two
The primary focus of the club bases of chicken stock each continues to be providing hear- month to the Soup Train. ing screening and hearing aids, The mainfundraiser for the Through' Amelia Audiology and. Lions Club is its annual golf toureyeglasses through Walmart in -nament on the public course in Yulee. Eernandina in March.
"Amelia Audiology takes The club is made up of "a
used hearing aids that are donat' great bunch of friendly, dedicated by the public and refurbishes ed peple," according to memthem for people who cannot her Judy Henne.
afford them," said Lions Club The Fernandina Beach Lions
Member Janis Turk. Club merged with the Callahan
The club also arranges for Club but maintains a group here i cataract surgeries as funds last. that meets once, a month. By law, donated 'eyeglasses Prospective members are invit- "m*s*
.and sunglasses may not be ed. ommunties n schools gives
reused so they are sent to.vari- For more information conous places outside the country. tact Henne at 310-6497.
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SApproximately 1,000 pairs went typ ebnewsleadercom m o St v I e a l

Citytoadd the tools and support they

lightning alarms need to succeed in school

Angela and achieve in life.
Angela Daughtry indoor shelter immediately and
News-Leader stay there until the "all clear"
" alarm sounds.
According to Parks & The city will also be installing
creationn Director. Nan -Voit,. Thor-Guard lightning alarm systhe city has installed a Thor, tems at Main Beach, Central i o t l o w "
system at the Atlantic Avenue Community Cefiter and Fire F w
Recreation Center that is now Station II, according to Voit. active. Notices will be sent out when
The sensor sends out a loud .the lightning warning systems '.
alarm lasting 15 seconds when it are active at those locations. help: o Com munities
detects lightning at close range. Lightning predictor systems
:It is meant to give people an 8- were installed at Peters Point 20 minute warning before the and Burney Park in 2012, as well !first lightning strike in the area. as county parks in Bryceville, 1 VV
During the warning alarm, a Hilliard and Callahan.
strobe is also activated that will For more information, conflash until an "all clear" signal is tact the Parks & Recreation 8 Uassau Coun
sounded, which is three five- Department at 310-3350. second blasts. Anyone in the
vicinity who hears the lightning adaughtry@fbnewsleadercom warning alarm should seek

idit WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 25.2013 NEWS News-Leader

Sheriff to take charge of

Emergency Management

MARY MAGUIRE which is located on the campus "(County Manager) Ted
News-Leader of the judicial annex in Yulee. Selby was taking resumes but
Leeper said no decision has now this gives the sheriff the The Nassau County Sheriff been made on when the move chance to get involved in talking is expected to take over respon- will happen. with candidates," said Danny
sibility for the county's The county board discussed Leeper. Emergency Management the issue at a recent meeting. The department is currently'
Department. At present, the Board Chair Danny Leeper said being run by Traci Macau, 30. department falls under the coun- the move aakes sense. who has been working there for' ty commission. "In an emergency the sheriff two years.
Sheriff Bill Leeper said the is going to be involved, so the Last week, the Emergency shift creates a more logical chain two go hand-in-hand," said Management Department held a of command. Leeper, who is the sheriff's two-day active shooter progranr
"It's a natural fit," said brother and former fire chief for for 25 county staff members. Leeper in an interview at his the city of Fernandina Beach. Danny Leeper said transition office. "In times of emergency, "Hopefully this will happen details are still being finalized. both departments are going to be before the start of the next "Let's say a new sheriff on the scene, so gathering storm season. comes in and he or she doesn't
MARYMAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER resources under law enforce- The county is currently want to handle emergency manNassau County's Emergency Management Department held an active shooter training ment puts everyone on the same searching for a new manager for agement, then there is a mechdrill earlier this inonth for law enforceminentiand:fire rescue officials from the county and page. There's no interruption." the Emergency Management anism in place to bring it back. city of Fernandina Beach. The two-day s eminaroffered interactive computer training- as The change is part of a plan Department. Former depart- under the county board," said well as disaster drill re-enactments; The program was coordinated with the helprof the to strengthen the county's emer- ment head Danny Hinson left Leeper. "We're'still ironing out sheriff's office. "In.any emergency your response is going to depend on how well you pre- gency opdfations. The county is several weeks ago to pursue a some parts of the plan but it pare, so we think it is critical to hold programs like this," said the sheriff's Director of planing to move its 911 dis-- jobwith the state to help handle should come together soon." Investigations Roy Henderson. patch to the county's Emergency new federal flood insurance mmpguire@fbnewsleadercorm
Operations Command (EOC), guidelines.

The following report was 0 A jury trial date of March, two counts of sale, delivery, pur- in court cost,. $352 in sur- ture, dealing in stolen property, $100 to the State Attornty's
compiled by Angela Daughtry, 4 was set for Sammie Lee chase or manufacture of mari- charges, $150 to the Public giving false identification of own- Office. News-Leader staff, from the Battle, charged with armed bur- juana, sale, manufacture or deliv- Defeider's Office and $100 to ership to a pawnibroker and N Angela Mae Valentine: Dec. 19 court docket of Circuit glary and grand theft, ery of acontrolled substance and the Siate Aftornrey's Office. grand theftandidjudicatioh was pleaded not guilty to two counts, Court Judge Robert M. Foster. S Marjorie Lynn Bowen possession of a controlled sub- U Elizabeth Diana Green withheld. He was not prosecut- of sale, hnanufacture ordelivery,
pleaded guilty to three counts stance and was adjudicated pleaded not guilty to grand theft ed on another charge of dealing of a controlled substance. E Irvin Eugene Alderman of dealing in stolen, property, guilty He was sentenced to .10 N Bobby Wayne Jones plead- in stolen property. He was sen- N C6dj Alan Vanway plead& pleaded not guilty to'fleeing or three counts of giving false infor- months in Nassau CountyJail, to ed conspiring tocommit tenced to 24 months, drug ed not guilty to trafficking ina attempting to elude a police offi- mation on pawn itens, $300 or run concurrently, and ordered a second-degree drug felony and offender probation, including controlled substance and poscer, obstructing or opposing a more, and three counts of grand to pay a total of $2,072 in court adjudication was withheld He random urinalysis, a drig/alcohol session of less than 20 grams of police officer without violence, ,theft and was adjudicated guilty costs, $600 to the Public was sentenced to four months"in -,evaluation within 60, days and cannabis, no citation. driver's license expired more She was sentenced to6 10 months Defender's Office and $400 to. Nassai C6unty Jail with credit (any follow-iup with treatment. N Leland Earl Wade pleaded than six months, two counts of in Nassau Countyjail with cred- the -State Attorney's Office. for time served, followed by He as pay a total of guilty to sale, delivery purchase o sale or delivery pf cocaine and it for time served, to fun con- U The state will no prose- unsupervisedprobation. Hlewas .$1,100 in restitution, $836 in manufactureofmarijuanaandwas sale, delivery, purchase or man- currently. She was ordered to cute:Darrell David Dunman on rdleaed' on his own recogni- court cbstsi $300 to the Public adjudicated guilty. He was senufacture of marijuana. pay a total of $1,254 in court three counts of sale or delivery zance and ordered to report to Defender's Office and $200 to tenced to four months in Nassau
Katherine Rose Arink costs, $450 to the. Public 'of cocaine. jail on jan io start his sen- the State Attorney's Office. County Jail with credit for time
pleaded guilty to possession of Defeniider's Office and $ E Zachary Mark Fila pleaded tence. He was 'idered to pay 0 Victoria Jeanne Shofner served and ordered to pay $518 ip r cocaine, no citation, and use or the State: Attorney's Office. guilty to'burgiary of a dwelling, $418 i'costs,$100 to the State pleaded not guilty to possession court costs, $150 to the Public possession of drug parapherna- Restitution is reserved by the aggravated assault with a dead- Attorney's Office and $150 to ofa controlled substance without Defender's Office and $100 to the. lia and was adjudicated guilty. State Attoriley's Office. ly weapon without intent to kill the Public Defender's Office. prescriptions and two counts of State Attorney's Office. She was sentenced to five W Dale JohnBurnham plead- and possession of a controlled 0 A plea of ndt guilty was possession of controlled sub- Andrae Justin Walkr
months in Nassau.County Jail ed. guilty to giving false owner- substance and was adjudicated entered by his attorney for stance paraphernalia. pleaded guilty to two 'lesserfollowed by 12 months proba- ship information on pawn items, guilty He was not prosecuted Christopher Mautice Mahoney, M Tony Dee Terrell pleaded included charges of sale or delivtion and inpatient treatment at .$300 or more, and adjudication on a charge of possession of bur- charged pssession of cocaine notguilty to failure to register as ery of cocaine and sale, manu. Gateway. She will be released was withheld. He was not pros- glarious tools and possession of with citation. a sexual offender,i dealing in facture, purchase or delivery of; to the facility upon availability of ecuted on charges of dealing in controlled substance parapher- n Melissa Ann Medina stolen property and giving-false cocaine within 1,000 feet of a. abed. Probation may terminate stolen i'propety and grarid theft. nalia. He was sentenced to 24 p leaded gitilty to'simulating a verification of ownership to a church or school and was'adju-. early upon successful comple: He was, sentenced to. time', months inl a state p'ison as a legal piloqe8' by fraudulent, pawnbroker. dicated guilty. He was sentenced,
tion of treatment. She was served in Nassau County Jail youthful offender, followed by actions. A'gentencing hearing is 0 Brandy Danielle Trouille to five years in a state prison on ordered to pay $518 in costs, a~d~irderedtopay$418 in court 2 o m ths drug offender proba- set for Jan. 16. pleaded guilty to possession of a each count, with credit for time $100 to the StateAttorney 's.: qg $0tthe o41,ic, ti$n,' random utiialysis, a l' AleEander Gratiill ot sRy to rum ralt 1RThy
Office and "$1509"to the Pubhlip fen sice 'and$00 to .. ,e9 i~ on and fol- Middldsch'ri i presciption nidjucation s oocai thin ,ft
Defender's Office. the State Attorneys Office. loW4ip treatment. He may peti- t6 diing while license sus- was withheld. She was sen- of a church charge carries a
E A jury trial date of March William Tyler Conner' ton for early termination upon. pended, habitual offender., tencedto fimeserved in Nassau three-yeat'minimur mandatory3 was set for Wendell Lee pleaded guilty to sale, manufac-' restituition of $700 being paid in .,. Robert' David Osteeni County Jail and'12 months of sentence. Hewas ordered to pay Austin, charged with two counts ture or delive' of a controlled full H nmy have no victim con pleaded guilty to a lesser includ- drug offender probation with a total of $1,554 in court costs,of sale or deliver# of cocaine. substance with intent to sell, tact. He was ordered to pay $518 ed chargeof burglary of a struc- random Urinalysis aind a drug $450 to the Public Defender's and alcohol evaluation and any Office and $300 to the State follow-up, treatment. She must Attorney's Office. complywith ll terms of her pro- N Ajury trial date of Feb. 10 bation and upo successful corn- was set for Carl Edward White -;. liletion, it may terminate:early. charged with failure to c6mplf
She was ordered to pay $518 in with registration law.
costs, $100 to the State I John Christopher Wiggins
Attorney's Office and $150 to pleaded guilty to sale, manufacthe Public Defender's Office. ture or delivery of a controlled Micky B. Turner pleaded substance with intent to sell and guilty to a lesser included charge adjudication was withheld. He of burglary to a dwelling, pos- was sentenced to time served session of a firearm or concealed in Nassau Cotinty Jail followed
weapon by a convicted felon, by two years drug offender prog ......grand theft, and dealing in stolen bation with random urinalysis
property and was adjudicated and a drug/alcohol evaluatioif guilty. He was sentenced tofive within 60 days and any follow-up' years in a-state prison, with the with treatment. Probation may' S possession charge carrying a be terminated early if in full
minimum mandatory time of compliapce and completion of three years. He received credit all requirements. He wa: for time served since Dec. 19, ordered to pay $518 in court 2012. He was ordered to pay costs, $150 to the Public i $418 in court costs, $150 to the Defender's Office and $100 to Public Defender's Office and the State Attorney's Office.' Sherff's Office

has new website

The Nassau County grated with select social media Sheriff's Office has developed platforms, connects with othera new updated, interactive and relevant websites and has an! dynamic custom designed web- active blog tool that canbG site that contains crime pre- used for news and citrrernt vention information to educate events.
the public about programs, The website also contains services, safety tips and other information about all divisions current relative facts. within the Sheriff's Office to
This newly created website keep the public updated on at features what is happening. You can' public service announcements also access current inmate! on identity theft, shop lifting, information directly from'thg
household security, domestic Nassau County Detention
A violence, etc. on our own Facility. .
NCSO-TV channel, as well as "This is another stem crime prevention news stories toward interacting with th
"and links to other crime safety public through the world-wide,
*- .- e s .- -' organizations that can be web and improving trans'
-*researched in order to stay parency within the agency,
-- -'safe. Sheriff Bill Leeper said "
Residents will have the NCSO will also be commu-.
^* ** ~* ^capability to provide informa- nicating with the public vi
tion and tips on unsolved Facebook and Twitter crimes and also remain anony- Follow us on Facebook at mous. Citizens will eventually have the ability to report minor ntySheriff and on Twitter at .. ...os in mont...........crimes online. The site also @NCSO FL.
Inche on enton Join us for' has a crime map that allows "We will be constantly
unch on Sat, Jan25l11:30 at FSCJ 'citizens to see what types of adding additional information.
SNassau Center. call 904-5484464crime are occurring within and features to the NCSO webNassau County, as well as their site so please visit often. I art own neighborhood. a firm believer that the more
It is awebsite that is easy to informed you are, the safer yo. navigate and is intuitive for the are," Leeper added. 4 visitor. The site is fully inte-


POLICE REPORT Helping inmates make transition

This was written by Angela sessionof a controlledsubstance A ""Daughty of the News-Leader without a rescription.NGElADAUGHTRY from oral and written reports by News-Leader
the Nassau County Sheriff's ("
Qffice, the City of Fernandina It's enough of a punch in the
Beach Police Department and dfuded stomach to be convicted ofa
ether agencies. Arrest indicates According to a report from crime and dent to jail, but what suspicion of a crime, notguilL the Nassau County Sheriff's do convicts do to get back on
Anyone with information Office, a total of $4,188.20 was their feet after release?
boutcriminalactivity can contact stolen from the Winn Dixie at With that question in mihd, the Fernandina Beach Police 450078 SR 200 in Callahan due Tracey Barnes and Suzanne Department at 277-7342 or the to a fraud operation invoking Welker have introduced a newNassau County Sheriffs Office Western Union. program into Nassau County Jail
anonymously bycalling225-0147 The report states that the along with the help of in Yulee or Fernandina Beach, store manager contacted the Administrative Lt. Kay Lynn or879-2136in Callahan, Hilliard sheriff's office Dec. 13 and told Crews, called ELITE Nassau, orBryceville. The "We Tip" pro- them that one of the employees to assist inmates in making that gram 1-800-78CRIME also had received a phone call the difficult transition back to the allows callers to leave anonymous day before from someone claim- "real world." tips. ing to be from Western Union. Short for Education Leads In
The person on the phone told To Excellence, the in-house proSun used the employee to "run a test" for gram forNassau-County ex-con: Nassau County deputies used Westeil Union, and a transac- victs began last spring.
Nassau Coun ty deputies used a man wh tion for $900.10 plus a $3.95fee Barnes, a retired educator washaving an argument with a was run at8:41 p.m.After that, and human services worker said woan hat aBP gas station on three more "test" transactions she helped create the program US 17,acordirg toa sheriff's were run: orie was for $801.10 with Welker because they saw Sffie re ing plus a fee of $76; anotherwas for that many prisoners going
DeputieSwere dispatched $805.05 pi a fee of $76; and though the courityail system
Deputies ere dispatched to another, was for $1,400. plus a did not know where to find helpthe gas :station regard anthe fee of'$126 fl resources once released ffom 1 Tracey Barnes and Suzanne Welker address inmates at Naisa tCounty Jail for a new
fee of 'ji$intsw12-rnsto6.o ncrea
agument between t ohe m e Temanager was t6ld by jaiL program called ELITE Nassau, which helps inmates with the transition from incarceraordered not to nte r the busi- Western Union that the trans- Welker manages Fast Signs tion to the outside. neebuthed iso ye the con- actionsbhad gone through, and in Fernandina Beach and has a nessad b ega eating the subseiuently atotal of $4,188.20 .BS. in human resources man, is) drugs,'? Barnes says. "But ,planning to mtneet with employ- Barnes says she wants to evermn began was stlen from the grcer agement and business adminis- :50-70 percent have aluiive 'ers, Barnes says, toinform them tually add a mental health promen's r r store. Police had no more infor- tration-as welas e s.a master's backgrounds. We're looking at about theprogranm.-"Employers gram, as wellas connectto other
Aftr eig rdeedaginto store. Police had no more infer ... maser
After being ordered again to k dgree in business administra- a multitude of issues." -' canget a $2;500 tax credit on support groups on the'outside.
go outside of the business, the o ton.' A casual survey 6f 41 their taxes if they hire-a flon," The staff at the cou6inty jail
man pulled an object out of his e Westart dwiththewomen inmatesshowedthattheaverage Barnes says. Those felons who has been very cooperative about
jeans that appeared to be a pre- FeloYarress inmates," Barnes says. "We age was 34,; with 50 percent of are hired -are also automatically the progriiBarne~ says,.
scription bottle, according to the Dwayne Durrelle Holland, loked at what was offered at inmates being under the age of bondedde, Barnes said, t-b protect BarMes serves as program report The deputy ordered the 25, 123 W Hirth Road, Apt. 403, the jail, and sae -the needfor 30. It also showed that 75 per- employers against any pot~ntia director for ELITE Nassai'and man to place his hands behind FetnaidinaBeach, Dec. 15, pos- programs foi- those who are cent had children, 39 percent *damages. develops educational prgatiits
his back, but he continued to session of cocaine, possession :iharcerated. The only option did nothave a high school diplo- Barnes also wants to talk both in and outdf thejail. Welker disobey commands, the report of marijuana lIss than 20grams, was the Alcoholics Anonym ous ma, 61 percent had been on gov-,; With refird teachers in Nassiau serves asthefinance and .;omstated. possession of drug parapherna- _program." ernentassistance, and only 44 County to begin building amen munity relations direct r and
Another deputy came %to lia. oetrrgam;h dnbeud- 6k
Another deputy came to ha. Barnes says she sp6k with percent had an income over tor-program which canbefund works with the -com. munity to
assist getting the man onto the Dexter Lanard Hackley, 48, Crews about starting program $20,000. ed by government grants., develop jobs for felons while also
floor and intohandcuffs, but the Jacksonville, Dec. 14, grand for inmates addessing the many It also showed that 71 per "I'd like to build it where ,;raising- andmanaging funding. ian continued to-resist, sothe theft. issues they faceafterielease cent had suffer emotional, every inmate.has a mentor," Those interested in volunsecond officer used a stun gun on Daniel Philip Chasse, 43, from prionji physical and/or sexual abuse, 54 Barnes says, "so they can deter teeing as mentors or instruchis lower back, the report stat- 86071 Meadowbrook Lane,. "Many (convicts) are in situ- percent had been homeless, 39 mine what they want: tq do on tors Crews at 548-4092 ed. Yulee, Dec. 14, domestic bat- ations whe 'they don't have percent had alcohol problems the outside." or email Barnes at elite.nasThe man f was then placed on tery, obstructing justice to intim- anyt thing to go bck to Barnes and 61 percent had drug addic- About 100 inmates have gone the fflofrbut still refused to pt 'iat or ,h~~ a vcti
hi s b t i s bpu idate or eaten a victim, wit- says. "Theyhave multitudes of tions.'. through the program since its adaughoyfbnewsleadercom
hisfiands -behind his back, ess or informant : issues t6 withb" Many ex "We're, building services in inception, Barnes says.
acc6ridingit the report, soanoth- Melissa Renee Butler, 23, convis, ie says, have no jobs the jail for inmates," Barnes "You get to know them," der ',,ivstm.un" was used to sub- Jasnville, Dec. 14, posses- to re urn ,, nordo they hae says. But it'~s critial we begin- Barnes says. "I haven't walked dueldiit. oemani thencom- sion of A controlled substance theeducation oskils to aid in to build support on the outside in their shoes so I can't judge
id orerswitut further without a prescription. theSarchi for jobs. Some l .ck ... we neleto encourage employ- them. We try to make them indent.h.-: s th *e:/ ":"Michael David McCoy, 4Z, parenting skills and others have ers to hire felons." understand they should like
Duingthstruggle, them acksonville, Dec. 14, grand, no money for bail or transporta- Barnes saidshe hopes to add themselves, that they are lovdropped the item that appeared- theft. tion. Some ex-iniates have no a component to theprogram able people no matter what their
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to be-a -re~cription bottle and. David. Leland Davis, 49, identification cards or suitable next year inwhich inmates ware backgrounds." flushed it down a iiatoilet, the 8640 Kyle Fraiser Road, Yulee, clothing, Barnes-'says and one referred to Worksource which Barnes says the founders of report stated. Police were unable Dec. 13, felony 'driving while woman needed glasses that she would partner with employers the program have applied for to identify 'the contents of the license:suspended or evoked, could not afford. and encouragethem to hire ex- nonprofit status, and when that
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NSFA holds awards party for 2013 season

T he Nassau Sport Fishing Association
held its annual Christmas party and awards recently at Ten Acres. Fish
club members and their guests
enjoyed an excellent evening, including dinner
and music played by "Flash Back."
Dave Smith took home angler of the year
honors for his skilled catches throughout the
tournament season.
Members compete throughout the year for various
species of saltwater gamefish,
beginning in January with
Karl Mrozek weighed in
the largest sheepshead,
weighing 9.84 pounds.
February's fish of the month
OUTDOORS was whiting,-which was cap... tured by Dave Smith and
weighed 1.29 pounds. Smith,
lrylacoss. also weighed in the largest
blackdrum during the month of March,
which weighed 56.64 pounds. Mrozek took:
top honors in April for his 2.61-pound pompano. A .
Smith once againwon top honors in May
for his 49.2-pound cobia-and again in June for
his 1.75-pound sea ass. Smith made it three
months in a row with a 21.2-pound kingfish in
Daryl Blantonweighed in an 8.24-pound
flounder for top honors in September. Smith
had top honors again in October for his 4.90pound spotted sea trout and followed it up
with afirst-place redfish in November with a
7.57-pound red.
In winning 2013 NSFA angler of the year;
Smith wonr eight of the 11 fish awards while
establishing new club records for the largest "."
black drum at 56.64 pounds, largest grouper f."
at 18.93 pounds and largest trout at 4.9
pounds. Quite an angling achievement.
Blapton also broke the old flounderdclub
i record of 5:59 pounds during the 2013 tourna
ment season by weighin i his 8 24pound
flounder. '
Also, Mrozek established a ne
sh6epshead club record with his 9.84-pound
catch.,The old recordweighed 8.9 pounds.
Young Conner Smith was crowned Nagsau
Sport Fishing Association 2013youth angler.
Allen Mills was awarded a lifetime membership for the NSFA for his hard work and
many years of participation, especiallyfor
heading uip the.annualTrout Tournament.
The NSFA holds several events each year
highlighted by the annualFei-nandinaBeach
Kingfish iTournament & Rodeo. The popular
local event is held froifi the Fernandina
Harbor Marina, where live music, excellent
food andplenty of oshis awarded for awide .,
variety of both offshore and backwater game. PHoTos BRRY MCOSS/SPECIAL
fish. YoungConner Smith, top, was awarded youth angler ofth year-Aduring the Nassau SportFishing sociation awards and
Also, include a seafood booth, which is Christmas party recently. ft pictured from left, are Nassau SportFishing Association President John Hartrich, second-place
operated by the NSFAat the annual lsles of- iiiangler of the year- Irl rozek, third-p e angler Pat Smith, angler of th9W Dave8f$mitba.nd.etournaii ichairmat. Jhi-iegler. EightFlagsShimpFestival, and-the club's Gary Pa, rm.ighti&p i ithed ha. nice flound erhe recently caught.durihaan offshore bottom fishig-ttp- he asau.
the annual Trout TournAment and the annual Bottom.
Fort Clinch Youth Fishing Clinic.
Thepoplar fish clu~ also holds a covered dish dinner with a guest speaker everythird ing, knot tying, seamanship and many other- treasurer; JoQhn Reigler, tournament chairman;, gag grouper are being caught while fishing Wednesday ofthe month' In fact, itis worth aspects for improving local fishing skills. Karl Mrozek, kingfish-rodeo director; and with Iepinfish dead on the bottom. Add to cthe annual membership fees just to attend the, Larry Finch isa huge'supported of the Debroah Biggs, secretary.'F9 information on the mix flounder, red snapper andtriggerfish. monthly covered dish dinner; delicious cov- NSFA and a regular guest speaker, demibon- the NSFA, visit Local offshore bottom fishing expertGar'y
er ed dishes are simply the best. strating how to surf fish. I f you plan to fish during the holidays,, Palmer reports seabass are so thick you can
Members attending the monthly meetings Nassau Sport FishingAssociator officers black sea bass fishing has been excellent at all literally see big shools just under the surface. will also learn about' cast'ietting, beach fish- include John Hatrich, -president; Joe Wize, of the traditional offshore fish havens. Afew Merry Christmas.


FERNANDINA BEACH Tuesdays andFridaysfrom 7-~ (aqua fitness belts required) must have monthly or four- retired U.S. marshal with over weeks). Monthly packages
PARKS & RECREATION 9 p.m. at Peck Gym. Cost: On Mondays, Wednesdays,-. month pool pass). For more 25 years training in Aikido and include dietary anialySis and
DEPARTMENT $2/day city resident, $5 non- and Fridays from 11-11:55 ifornation, eiail Coach a certified Defensive Tactics, food program. Call.Jay at 310For more information, log city. a.m. Monthly, one class/day: Cody Larrimore at codylarr- Instructor by the Federal Law 3361 to schedule a free introonto YOUTH VOLLEYBALL: $city residents, $63 nonr Enforcement Training Center ductory appointment.
SPRING ADULT SOFT- Tuesdays'and Fridays from 3- city residents. Monthly, two 'FERNAND1NA BEACH .in Glynco, Ga.-Classes on MAHARAJ TENNIS at
ILU. eing~on Tuesdays and Thursdys i ,Central Park Tennis Courts,
BALL: Registration will be 5 p.m. at Peck Gym. Players classes/day: $60 city resi- SCUBA CLUB: Meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays Central Park Tennis Courts
:.from Jan. 27 through Feb: 17 must have adult coach or dents, $75 non-city$ $5/day for the third Tuesday of every from 6:30-8 p.m.Ages 14 and Junior clinics (Mondaywith recreational co-ed Mon- adult supervision. Cost is ,' one class city residents, $6 month at 6 p.m. For more up. $50rnonth city residents, Thursday): Level 1 (Mondays open co-ed Wednes= $2/day city resident, $5 non- .on-city". information; contact Kathy $55 non-city For more infor- day/Wednesday, ages 4-8)
?days, mi's and worren's city PRIVATE-SWIMMING ":ussell .at 753-1143 or e-mail mation call Dan at (904) 400- and Level 2 (Monday/Wed:days: olo s ,I. 1-.
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team and due Feb. 17; $25 Wesdays from 6-8 p.m. at adults. 30-minUte single ses- PADI OPEN WATER r. '$12/week city residents, $1B
late fee after A$72.two-game Peck Gym, Cost: cityy resi-. sion:*$20 City resident, $25 SCUBACERTlFlICATION: FITNESS AREAS non-city. Level 3 (Tues-'
forfeit fee forco-ed and men's dents h $5non-ci. Non-City. Four-pack: $60 city :Participants must provide their Weight Room/Cardio day/Thursday, ges 9-14)
leagues, $48 for women, OPEN BASKETBALL: resident, $75 non-city. Eight- own tasks, ~shorkels, 'fins, Area at Peck Gym. Free $16/week city residents,.$20
and due Feb.28. Monday ard Thursday from pack: $100 ci y resident, $125 booties and weight belts. weights, selectorized equip- non-city. Level 4 (TuesCaptain's meeting at 6:30 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Wednesday" non-city. Schedule lessonsat Ages 12 and up; Cost: $275 meant, Star Trac treadmills, day/Thursday, ages 11 and pm. Feb. 20 at Atlantic from 11 a.m.-:45 p.m. and the Atlantic Avenue (additional fee for check-out Precor elliptical machines, up) $24/week city resiAvenue Recreation Center Tuesday and Friday from 11 Recredtion Center. dives). Register at the Atlantic Schwinn bikes. Ages 13 and dents, $30 non-city. Level 5
auditorium. Twelve-game reg- a.m. 2:45 p.m. at Peck ( 'MASTERS' SWIM PRO- Center. Contact Kathy Russell up (ages 13-15 with adult (Monday/Wednesday, ages 11
ular season and single-elimi- Gym, based on court avail- GRAM: Tuesdays and at 310-3350 for information. supervision; age 16-17 unsu- and up high school and nation tournament. Seasons ability. Closed 6n weekends. Thursday from 6-7:30 a.m. at BEACH WHEELCHAIRS pervised but with waiver USTA tournament players)
*begin in March. Contact AQUA 1 WATER AERO- : the Atlantic pool. This is a can be reserved at the Atlantic signed by parent or guardian). $32/week city residents, $40
"Jas~n at 310-3353 or BICS: Monday--Friday from ,blend of fitness and competi- Center by paying a refundable Open Monday-Friday from 11 non-city Junior clinics' or visit www. 10-10:55 a.rn. atthe Atlantic 'tive swimming for adults. Cost $50 deposit. Two wheelchairs a.m.-7 plm. tor: Rod Gibson, USPTA 1
leaguelineupcoi/fbflsoftball. Center pool. is $60m-nonth city residents, available. Call 310-3350 for Atlantic Fitness Room at' (904) 891-6927, rodgibsonADULT VOLLEYBALL:. DEEP WATER AEROBICS $75 non-city (participants availability. V the Atlantic Center. Precor
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RSTILL Raffone tops Friday's field

Last Wednesday was a ners, asking, "Anyone see it?"
great day with 56 players par- GOLF NEWS When they got to the hole
ticipating in the game. Mo and found it in the hole, Jim
Hamil was the top points per- Edwards said, "Lovejoy got
son with 83, plus 8. Second in Robley (86, even) and Fred one Monday here; you're not the blitz was Jim Edwardsi Boatright (83, minus 2). in the hole-in-one club. (90, plus 7). Three tied for Taking second were Frank third at plus 5 Allen Irby Finnocchio (90, plus 7), Bill
(92), Fred Boatright (79) and Larrabee (86, plus 6), Jerry Muaunlib n Don Seban (89). Hudgins (89, plus 5) and The Amelia Island MuseFirst-place team included Evan Wiseman (87, even), umn of History's 12th annual Boatight, Irby, Jim Raffone Third went to Peterson, Golf Tournament will be held (89, plus 2) and Carl Galpin Jack Croake (78, plus t), Tom at noon Feb: 7. (85, minus 1). In second were Roberts (77, plus 4), Doug The entry fee is $150 and
-Hamil, Seban, John LaFear Wolfe (86, plus 1) and Dick includes car, green fees, pre(80) and Claude Hartley (98, Peterson (103, minus 2). tournament reception minus 4). Capturing fourth were Thursday.eveniing for golfers,
Taking third were Ken Therriault, Jim Dunphy (86, sponsors and guests, prizes
Maynard (101, plus 2), Terry plus 4), Lee-Murray (83, plus for every foursome, door LaCoss (85, plus 1),Tony 3) and Bob Brewer (91, prizes andsilent auction,
Lopez (82, plus 1) and Larry minus 1) prizes for diosest-to-pin,
Luett (87, even). Capturing longest drive, putting, awards
fourth were Jerry.Hudgins H -,_ presentation with-heavy hors:
(92, plus 4), Jeff Humphrey d'oeuvres, beer ahd;wine.'.
Cierra (87, plus 3), Lee Murray (86, Mike Lovejoy hit a gap Tournament is handicap
West had even) and Bill Abee (91, edge on the the third hole of scrambleformat. Women's
: her first minus 4). -thesouthi course at the foursomes are assured first or
i ill, an 11- Friday was also a pretty Fernandifia Beach Golf Club second low net and every fifth
point deer day for golfwith 50 players Dec 15.: spot thereater. Organize a
bagged in coming out JimiRaffoie (83 He stated that it was a per- foursome or be grouped.
Northeast plus 11) was the winner for fect shot that hit near the Registration closes Jan. 24.
SFlorida top honors. Second ws John liole, rolled down the hill and Entrie received after that
:,while hunt- Bray (82, plus 9) and two tied into the hole. date put on a waiting
ing ith for third at plis8- Ron Friiday wasfAlittle differ- list.
her Peterson (85) and Ron enit. Frank Finocchio was also For information on becomboyfribnd, Therriault (83). on th third hole of the south ing sponsor or golfer, conowdy First placement to the course, when he hit a pitching tact Gray at 261-7378, ext.
Portier. team of Raffone, Bray, D.D. wedge into the sun, turned t02, or Gray@ameliamusesSUBmirED Miller (101, plus 2), Mike and looked at his playing part-.

'Tr Dfy -Stadium seats A limited number of Club Seat men and women interested in officiating base- tances for these rdes will be announced.
packages are available. To purchase tickets or ball and softball If you live or work in Baker, Helmets and a bicycle in good working conTeam Nirvana has started training for the packages goto orcall' Bradford Clay, Duval, Putnam, St Johns or dition are mandatory.Call 261-5160 or visit
Half Marathon With Donna Feb. 23, an event (904) 798-1700 Nassau County contact Terry Padgett at (904) www .ameliislandcycling cor,
for the fight against breast cancer The 879-6442 or visit com/ group/siders
walk/run group meets Saturdays at 8 am. at or www. nfbcus
different locations and distances The training BOUs Club e .
I is free and all are welcome, For information call Amelia Island ~Boules Club holds petanqdruengr u Y Yoga at 415-9642 or visit www:yyoga com, pickup games Satur'days at 9:30 am., A local group meets Saturday momings for BO"gig S
-Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. and Thursdaysat runs/walks using the Jeff Galloway training A senior league bowling is offered at 9:30,
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Sinporor er 3.30 p.m at the Fernandin eahcouts at method Trai fo aratho half-marathon or am Wednesdays atNassau Bowling off US
cthe south-end of the downtown rmania 15K. Call Mike Hagel at 415-6039. 17 inYulee. The group also meets for Chstian
Y~uth.Sothe rsotu~ s .p th ...:t 17 inYulee. The gopas et for 10hristiin
Amelia Island Yuth Soccer registration is Petanque (paytonk) is a cousin of bt horse- league at 6 p.m. Thursday
open. Register at www aiysoccer com. Cost is shoes and bocce, thel tala o ig gai ble
$110 founder six and $150 for under eight The ublicwel ei 4"Q O z".
and up. e The public -is welcome tonjoin There are organized bicycle rides Sportsaso ciaton
Thudays start at 9a. ad Saturdays Nassau County Sports Association meetsat
starting at 8:30 a.m. Allrides startfron) Main 7 p.m. the first Tuesday at the county building, Sallnglubmeet3 Beach. Park near thertminiature golfcourse. Yulee. Call 261-1075 or 277-1609
Tickets to the 69th annual TaxSlayer com The-Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the Cyclists of all abilities are welcome. Riders Gator Bowl areon sale: The game will take first Tuesday atthe Kraft Athletic ub atTe ofA(18-21), B (14-17), C (up to 14mph) and S plae at noon Jan. 1 and will be televised on Acres 'Social hour at 630 p.m meeting (social ride, speed of the sloWestriderin the yg ..i, ,ESPN2. The 2014 Gator Bowl 730 p.m Contact Cormmodore Kent McKee at group) all participate The nde will be around The Amelia Island Light Sport Flying Club is marks the third year of its partnership with (770) 287-5606 or cormodore@.ameliisland- 30 miles with rest stops along the way and looking for a few more members. Membership
-.axse third ya its urth hi ('70) yea-r associateIdUU ?m1lis
Tax. ayer com and its fourth year associated sailing org Visit wwwanielaislandsalingorg loops back to the starting' point at around 10 is initially!imited to 12 full partners The group with two ofthe nation's eatclgiate football ~iles before continuing on the remaining 20 has identified an aircraft (Paradise1P-1) for purconferences, the SEC and Big Ten miles of t e route. iorewho joins the group chase and is ready to begin flight operations

ticket pnces for the Gator fastest growing umpires association in North- experienced road cyclists starting at 9 am. at monthly dues and no FAA medical certificate
1.Bowl, that will be played at' EverBank Field in east Florida, the River City Umpires Associa- vanous locationson Amelia Island and in requirement interests you, call Sam Lane at

Afterschool clinics are day morn gs.

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For this couple, giving is the best gift

Holidays bring out the questions been a popular one ** truck full of toys greeted the golfers
of giving and getting and what a gift for adaptation, and reminded them what the tournais really all about. The dark sideof especially for pres- This couple finds theirgift oftoys and bicycles ment was all about.
giving may be the pressure of giving entation at The couple is dedicated to efforts
a gift that is exactly the right one or Christmastime to children is their osttreasured gft. heirhope to help and recognize the needs of
trying to satisfy a child's dream of The plot and, its is that the truck of toys inspires others to themselves children. They find their gift of toys
Santa and that special something "twist ending" are and bicycles to children is their most
under the Christmas tree. well known. A give te i ofgivng. treasured gift. Their hope is that the
Gift giving doesniot have to be young couple want- "truck of toys inspires others to themthe pressure to buy the biggest, best ed to.give the per- .* selves give the gift of giving.
and most expensive. It can be a gift FROM fect gift to each a truck with toys from local stores. dinated their generous gift with the Nassau County's Toys for Tots
of talent. Listening to a community THE other sacrificed After all the employees wenthome local Marine Corps League and their, started in 1999. Marine Corps
presentation of the Messiah, I was PORCH their most treas- one evening the huge collection of Toys for Tots annual toy collection. League members collect money
moved by the generosity of the ured possessions toys was spread out under the large Once settled in their new home on throughout the year and partner
singers and musicians that shared her beautiful long Christmas tree in the company's Amelia Island they connected with. with Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Que for a
their talents that special Sunday Dickie hair and his atreas- lobby. the local Marine Corps League and Christmas in July promotion. Alan
morning. A gift can be the ringing of Anderson ured4watch, They describe the a iazed offered to donate a truckload of toys and Carol' Elefterion chair the colleca bell for the Salvation Army and ..The giving can employees who were greet y the to the Nassau County Toys for Tots tion and distribution of the toys. This
raising money for our island home- be the best gift. Alocal couplethat sight of toysand bicycles the next effort Marine Corp volunteers met year's donations were distributed less. It can be volunteering for Joy to has recentlymoved to Amelia Island morning. The act of such generous the couple at the local Target store Dec. 20. Donations may be made to ..the- Children, Micah's Place or one of is continuing a tradition that they giving.was contagious and a the: and with the help of a team of Target Toys For Tots, Marine Corps the many groups that sponsor a famti- treasured and left behind with their days went by employees added their employees, filled a truck with toys.' League, PO. Box15668, Fernandina ly and make Christmas happen when former home. Each holiday season, own donations, soon matching and The toys were carefully selected so Beach, FL 32034. "it might not without community help. they encouraged their employees to surpassing the original collection of hey wotild be appropriate for the Dickie Anderson welcomes your
O'Henry captured it so cleverly in donate toys to a major toy drive coor- toys. children of Nassau County. Every comments. Books are av ailable at
his classic story of the Gift of-the dinated by the fire department within Later, when the company was bicycle or toy with wheels has a hel- local book andgift stores or online at ;Magi. As a sentimental story with a Technology Park, Atlanta. The com- sold, the couple continued filling a met At the 12th annual Toys for Tots :moral lesson about gift giving, it has pany started the ball rolling by filling truck with toys eachyear. They coor- golf tournament in October, the large

A.~~~~~".1 .. .Gingcomfort
American gion AuxiliaryUnit 54 held a-yard salle in:
October and in: recogiition
of BreastCancer
Awareness Month desig-.
nated that all proceeds SUBMITD
would be given to Gerri's
Corner of Comfort, a can- 'Am'
cer resource center in The American Legion family at Post 54 adopted 33 angels from the Salvation-Army's
"-Fernandina Beach. Hope House Senior Angel Tree. Generous donationsfrom the Sons of the Amierican
Pictured is Auxiliary Legion Squadron 54, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 54, the IAVFW and
President Molly Main pre- MAVIFWofrmVFW Post 4351 and numerous individuals made it possible to ensure
senting a check for $337 these special people received their wishes. The Legion Auxiliary also presented a
Ito MaryNuttall, director of check for, $250, Pictured are Tara Hall, Ed Krass, commander, American Legion
,Gerri's Corner,. Pt 4, Mary Moore, director, Hope House, and Debbie Dobbs, secretary, AIA

.Little-Women help lba

:... ':"-,""'"':/ : 'SUBMITID Thirtym smiling Little Women showed theirsupport for Friends of the Library recently with e check for $65 and
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,Worlw! p ... :: .. .. 78.hooks for the next book sale.: It was presented to president, Bill Flynn, below, on Dec. 6. little Women, an
....... ...activ:e, community oriented youth club consisting of high school sophomores, juniors and. seniors, is sponsored by
,Since .1917 iRotarylIternationalthas been actively The Wotnan's Club of Fernandina Beach, aerating under thenott O"DS GoodIn the World," and
,htspirit is alive and well in Nassau County. Iast "... .
month, Art Shuster updated the Rotary Qub ofAmeliaIsland Sunrise on the activities and organization of
Rotary International. Shuster described the five areas.
where Rotarian efforts and dollar are dedicated, including grants for, local Rotary clubs, the eradication of polio
.worldwide, funding for other charitable causes locally
and worldwide, and sponsorship of Rotary Peace
,: The Rotary Annual Programs Fund also works on five
areas of focus: peace and conflict resolution, disease.
prevention, water availability and sanitation, maternal.
and child health, and economic~and community developanent.
SShuster, above left with club President Mark Dennis,
-is a member of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise
and club representative for Rotary International along
ewith Dennis.
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise meets every
Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club.
For more information about the club or to attend a
morning breakfast meeting, go to Find them on Facebookas
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Gift oframp helps family in need

Mac Morriss, the project director for Wheel Chair
Ramp Projects in Nassau County and a team of 30 volunteers completed a 35-foot wheelchair ramp project in
Nassauville on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Volunteers working on this ramp included Memorial
United Methodist Church and the Journey Church. This
35-foot ramp will now help a senior and his disabled son
exit safely from their singlewide trailer. Th'e referral for
this ramp came from Frances Vest and Claudia Harris representing the Agency for Persons with Disabilities.
For the past seven years, Council on Aging has teamed
up with Morriss, who represents Builders Care of Nassau
County, referring seniors in need of ramps. Morriss' This two-year-old's name is already spayed, has a one-year
church, Memorial United Methodist, provides both the Kobi. He is am American Pit rabies Vaccine and is microfunding and volunteers for the wheelchair ramp proj- bull terrier with a beautiful tan chipped. Molly has been here
Sects. Over the past seven years Morriss and his teams of coat with white muzzle, chest since October but wants a
volunteers have built many ramps. His team of dedicat- and feet. Kobi loves to play family of her own. How can
ed ramp builders has constructed more than eight ramps fetch with tennis balls. You you say no to those gorgeous
this year alone. Volunteers help with digging postholes, throw it and he will bring it green eyes?
assembly of support frames, nailing down deck boards back. He is very attentive and To see Molly and Kobi in
on the support frames and assembly of safety railings. loving. He is already person, come to the Nassau
The Council on Aging is thankful for Morriss' dedi- neutered, micro-chipped and County Animal Services,
cation to the wheelchair ramp project and thankful for the has a one-year rabies vacpine. 86078 License Road, Yulee,
support from Memorial United Methodist Church and The only thing he needs now 491-7440, Tuesday through
thankful for the many volunteers dedicated to building is the bow on his head to be Friday from 11 am. to 4 p.m.,
wheelchair access ramps for needy seniors and individ- your Christmas present! Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
uals in Nassau County. This beautiful kitty's name and closed Sunday and
The Councilon Aging is a 501-c-3 nonprofit agency is Molly She is approximately Monday. We will also be
that delivers critical services to Nassau County seniors three years old and weighs closed Tuesday and
in five categories including Meals on Wheels, COA -even pounds. Good golly Wednesday this week for
Transportation, In-Home Care, and Adult Day Health su sMrrr Iiss Molly Is sweet! She is Christmas.
Care, while operating two senior recreation centers. It is James and Jimmy Carter, seated, of Nassauville try out their partially funded by government grants and donations new 35-foot wheelchair ramp. The ramp was built by groups C A
from private individuals. More information is available at .of volunteers from local churches, the Council on Aging and CATS AINGELS other community-minded groups.
Miracle arrived at Cats
Angels very young and had a
rough time of it, but with the
loving attentive care-of Cats
Rotanans get date on Barnabasthis little
girl survived and thrived. She
On Friday, Dec. 6 the mem- is now looking for something
bers of the Rotary Club of special of her own- a real for,Amelia Island Sunrise had the ever loving home. Miracle is a
wonderful pleasure of getting ill 5-month-old'orange tabby
an update of all the amazing female with a patch of white
activities happeningat the ab ct e fur on her chest and the tips
Barnabas Center on Amelia of her paws. She's a very lovIsland from the center's direc- Jit ltena ing kitten who becomes a real chandise at.Cats Angels
tor and fellow Rotarian, Wanda purr-box when she is held. Thrift Store is now 50 percent
Lanier. Fmaand cuddled. Miracle is off, so stop by and stock up.
...... .. . River Pizon tC t
While many may. know that spayed, current on vaccina- From everyone at Cats
nonprofit Barnabas exists to tons, tested and-micro- Angels, we wish you a very
help thosein need, most donot chipped. happy and safe holiday searealize just how, many pro- oe Miracle is just one of the '. son and especially thank
reeDc-,a hege
grams and services the many healthy and adoptable those of you who lielp sup,
Barnabas Center actually pro- el'At-lcats in our area who would port our programs and the
vides. The food pantry at an like homes fotrthe holiday kitties through monetary
Barnabag has.'been operating s and to become a veryspecial donations, adoptions, pur-.
for 27years and is the mest member of your family ou chases, items for resale or for
new lo ato on Feb,3
in Nassau County. In 2012, can make a difference in the cat care, your anonymous
more than 350,000 pounds of life of an animal in nrieed. Read donations and those received
.food were distributed to those more about our cats patiently through Miss Lydia's Wish
in need. The "New-to-You" cio StTwaiting for their new lives on List at it is all
resale shop is c6 nsidered the eet, our website at www.catsan- greatly appreciated.
"fac& the Barnabas Center' cn Cats Angels Thrift Please don't contribute to
as i. provides much needed SUBMITFED Store/Adoption Centerat 709 the overpopulation of homeclothing, household goods, 'Barnabas Center Director Wanda lanier poses with 8S. Eighth open M6nday less animals in Nassau
peym n there nda ~erun ePresideennis a yent ,' k through S atury r 11 county ave.yQr animals
be r~s~ we a... til 5 p.m.Oryou c n al ypqq qds
lb~ig os dou I'd Yt arnabas Center has 321-2267 tomeet with an Angels can help. Call 321those items from esidentsand received a 4-star rating from adoption coordinator. 2267 or visit our website at
others. ...,- '' Charity Navigator an organi- t' nevertoo early to think Spay
Lanier discussed the impor- Barnabas also partners with unteer center, food 'pantry as zation tiat rates and ranks non- about next year'sholilday and netiter it's the responsitance that partnerships con- the Council on Aging to-deliv- well as office space for other profits based on their financial needs and all Cistma mer- ble solution. tinue-to play in the success of er hot or prepared' meals to tenants. The, food pantry will health as wellas their accountBarnabas The center works shut-in residents who cannot feature tvo large-walk-in freez- ability and transparency. To get with Baptist Medical Center get access to the Meals On ers and coolers (all' donated) information about Barnabas, NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY
Nassau to provide a Samaritan Wheels program-for 65 cents that will enable them'to in- you can visit their website at Clinic for' medical services to per meal! Barnabas supports crease their food storage, www.barnabasfernandina com. low-income or homeless resi- the Interfaith Dinner Network including fresh vegetables and The 'Rotary Club of Amelia dents in Nassau County: The organization to provide meals dairy products .(assisted by Island Suprise meets every clinic is open two times per weeknights for the home- their partnership with'Second Friday -at 7:30 a.m. at the week and is staffed entirely by less/hungry at the Salvation Harvept) expanding their FernandinaBeach Golf Club. volunteers of Barnabas and Army Hope House. ability' to promote healthy For more about the club or to
from Baptist Nassau. There is This past year the organi- meals at a low cost. attend a morning breakfast also a-women's health, clinic zation has initiated a capital One other partnership meeting, go to www.ameliaisand a dental clinicavailable and funding campaign to expand includes~ the Uiversity of landrotarycom. Find them on vision and speech/hearing are ifs facilities on JasmineStreet. North Florida, whqre instruc- Facebook (www.facebook. being added.Shortly the center The new 18;000,square-foot tors will teach cooking classes com/ameliaislandrotary) and will also have a mental health buildingwill house the admin-: with afoctis on good nutrition. Twitter (www on site. istration offices, preschool, vol- Lanier also proudly sh that tary).

Diabetes classes TAKING STOCK

starting January .Serenity i seai "
For the.Netus'Leader FDOH-Nassau County. The .who es iao lover to be
NDEP has many resources to her specialfriend!She's a
The National Diabetes' help people work together to Chinese Shar-Pei mix who
Education Program (NDEP) improve their health to pre- .'.. apparently didn't have a very
and the Florida Departmentof vent diabetes and its' compli- good start to life, but she still
Health -Nassau County want cations. FDOH-Nassau County, loves peple anid she-clearly
people to know that diabetes is is currently offering the fol- wants tQ please ygu. She's
a family affair. It is important' lowing resources to the com- very sweet and wants to be
for individuals, families and unity: .- with you. She's also very
communities to take action and>' Diabetes classes .-- St. intelligent and already has
encourage simple, but impor- Vincent's Mobile Health learned how to sit. She just
tant lifestyle changes to Outreach Ministry and FDOH- needs someone to help her,
improve their health partic- Nassau are partnering to host with training and show her
ularly if they have diabetes or a three-part series on Diabetes how to be the best dog she
are at risk for the disease. Self-Management (topics can be- and to show her how
Diabetes affects nearly 26 include: overview of diabetes, good life can be. She has a
million Americans and an esti- healthy eating, and monitor- furrowed Shar-Pei forehead,
mated 79 million people are at ing follow-up) from 2-4 p.m. at and wonderful, soulful eyes
, risk for developing the disease.* theYulee Health Department, that are asking you'for a forNassau County data also 86014 Pages Dairy Road, ever home. She has a beauti,reveals that there were.6,358 Yulee, on Jan. 8, Feb. 12 and ful,-lush black coat that you'll ready for a home of her own,
diabetes related hospitaliza- March 13. Classes are free and love-topet. Ifyou're a dog and she'll thank you every
tions betWeen 200911 and.50 open to the community. lover who would like to do a minute of every day! She gets
'diabetes -elated deaths from Physician referral 'form is wonderfulithing for a true res- along well with other adult
2010-12., required and participants must que dog, please come meet cats, but can find kittens a bit
Having a family history of pre-register before Jan. 1 by sweet Serenity! overwhelming. If you're lookdiabetes, such as a mother, contacting Ashley at (904) 548- SuMnIrrED Iris is a super-friendly cat, ing for a cat with a wonderful
fatherybrother or sister with 1853 or The Kiwanis Club recently welcomed speaker Deanna and-one of our staffs personality, Iris will make you
type 2 diabetes, at Ashley.Sobolewski@flhealth.g Gartenbush, marketing director of Take Stock in favorites! She loves affection feel like the most important
grea'tr rsk for developing type ov. Class size is limited. Children. The goal of TSIC is to help Nassau County's and really enjoys having her person in the world!
2 dbetes. The'good news is Diabetes Conversation academically iinomising, low-income students earn a tuihmy rubbed. She'll roll Merry Christmas to you
:that you and your family Maps lending library mate- four-year college.tuition scholarship and make a suc- over and invite you to pet her, and yours from all of us at the canake small., but important rials thatare available for com- cessful t rnsiti6n college. They embrace the stu- and she'll let you know how Nassau Humane Society! !aej/s to delay or prevent type munity members to borrow dent from enrollm n middle school through high much she appreciates it. She's Thank you to our staff, volun2 e.To learn more visit and teach their own diabetes school and college ip the workforce. Mentors are also extremely beautiful, with teers and supporters for
w , classes, provided for the 15 lus students currently in the gorgeous tortoiseshell mark- being such wonderful friends
afetesMonth2013. Take Charge of Your program. Appr i ly 25-30 scholarships are given ings. She's a bobtail kitty cat, to the animals. (And please
"Whether family means' Diabetes-fans-while supplies every year and are itiuch needed as 49 percent of the a Domestic Short Hair mix, come visit our Second Chance :loved ones at home, school, last, they are available for free families of Nassiu's public school students qualify for and her coat is great for pet- resale store, 1002 South 14th work, place of worship, or in distribution to community the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program. ting. She's about 4 years old St., starting Thursday from 10
the community, having a sup- groups. Garteibush is pictured with club President Steve and was a wonder ful mother a.m. to 5 p.m. for big afterport system is an important Call 548-1853 for informa- Scruggs. Visit the club on Facebook at to her four kittens, plus two' Christmas bargains ... all profipart of staying 'healthy," said tion or to pre-register for the FernandinaKiwapis. others who were stray and its from the store benefit our
:Dr. Seidel, director of the classes.........o- needed a mom Now she's shelter dogs and cats!)

& P prepares individuals for (30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone Computer Coach, who has Lime St. from 9:30 a.m. to
E employment in the culinary interested in meditation is been teaching private and noon on Saturdays Jan. 11,
P LA and hospitality fields. Food invited to attend all or part of group computer lessons on 18 and 25 and Feb. 1 and 8.
Preparation, the first 300-hour the gathering. To learn more Amelia Island for the past 10 Topics include Census and training class, begins Jan. 13, go to or call years. The cost of each ses- Civil Vital Records; Church meeting Monday-Friday from 261-9143. sion is a donation of $10 to and Cemetery Records;
SPECIAL EVEN'IS scriptwriter David Rambo, is 1-5 p.m. until May 9. Fee is Council on Aging, a 501.c3 Courthouse, Military and
drawn from the life and letters $942 plus a uniform. Textbook Gns not-for-profit charity. Call Jan Immigration Records;
Memmia] ulof Ann Landers with the coop- and knives provided for use in Gerri's Comer of Comfort, at 583-2870 for dates and Effective use of Libraries and
Memorial eration of her daughter, Margo the class. Restaurant Cook, a nonprofit resource center for registration information. Archives; Digital Books and
The North Florida chapter Howard. It is a witty explo- the second 300-hour class, women with cancer, answers Y CA in rn Newspaper Research, and of the Names Project is provid- ration of the wise, funny and will be offered in thie summer questions in a confidential set- AWI rmP Organizational Techniques. ing panels of the AIDS no-nonsense Esther "Epple" term, which starts in May. ting, provides support group Get your shopping and Each student will also Memorial Quilt for viewing in Lederer who, for nearly half a Chef Bill Castleberry will information, brochures, refer- wrapping done, and let the receive two hours of one-onNassau County through Dec. century, wrote the Ann teach the classes. Interested ence materials, a lending YMCA take care of the fun. one assistance using Intemrnet 30 at Baptist Medical Center Landers advice column. residents must complete an library and more through Daily options available with resources in researching their Nassau, 1250 South 18th St. The local premiere is the application and the Test of trained volunteers. It offers free registration available own ancestors. The fee for the For information, contact centerpiece of a benefit host- Adult Basic Education stylish head coverings, hair- online at full courseei $35/person Jennett W. Baker, R.N., B.S.N. ed by the Friends of the (TABE). The Betty P. Cook pieces, sleep caps, chemo Week 1 includes Dec. 26 and (includes one-year single at 556-3363, John D'Agnese Library to raise funds for the Nassau Center is located at bags with necessities and 27. Week 2 is Dec. 30 and AIGS membership) or at 261-2014, or Roselyn expansion and renovation of 76346 William Burgess Blvd., comfort pillows free of charge. Jan 2, 3 and 6 from 6:30 a.m.- $55/couple (includes a oneRobinson at 556-5492. the Femrnandina Beach library. Yulee. For information call Open Monday-Friday from 6 p.m. year AIGS family memberThe fundraiser will begin at 6 Tina Elmore at 548-4435. noon to4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall YMCA Day Camp provides ship). Register at any Nassau MLK break p.m. with a silent auction and at Memorial United Methodist a safe, fun-filled, creative, County Library or call Marieat
The Martin Luther King reception featuring wine and Ruto Church on North Sixth Street, educational experience that 321-3460.
Commemorative Breakfast will heavy hors d'oeuvres. The The Femrnandina Beach downtown Femrnandina Beach. your child will look forward to be held at 9 a.m. Jan. 18 at performance begins at 7 p.m. High School Class of 1979 will Call 277-0099. because each day is a new the Episcopal Hall on Eighth Caf6 table seating (tables hold its 35th reunion June 27- adventure. There's so much to The Rotary Club of
and Atlantic. Donations are seat four) and theater seating 29, 2014, with the theme: GerealVgPLuP do at Winter Day Camp: Femandina Beach is pleased $20 for tickets. For tickets see tickets are available. Fortick- Pirates Midsummer Dream. Genealogy group meetings Olympic Adventure! Campers to annoiJnce it will bring Italian or call Johnel Preliou at 261- ets, visit www.fernandina Cost is $25 per person and are held at Yulee United ages 4-12 and Teens can par- classical concert pianist 93.61, Arva Butler at 277-1256 (click on the "donate $40 per couple. Additional Methodist Church, 86003 ticipate in age appropriate Francesco Attesti to Amelia or Maybelle Kirkland Brown at now" button), call 321-6259, details will soon be available. Christian Way, Yulee, the sec- activities like: Island for a performance at 7' 277-3285. The event is spon- or email info@femandinafol. Send check or money order to ond and fourth Friday of each Field trip to the Omni p.m. on Jan. 11 at St. Peter's sored by the Nassau County org. Tickets are also available Class of 1979 35th year month from 9-11 a.m. New Amelia Island Plantation Episcopal Church in downNAACP Youth and College at the library, 25 N. Fourth St., Reunion, P.O. Box 16234, members are welcome. Call Resort for Safe Archery/ town Femrnandina Beach. Chapter. on Mondays from 10 a.m. to: Femandina Beach, FL 32034. 225-5381 or Paulette Murrin Nature Center/Plantation Putt Proceeds will benefit the
avoi~ lngno 3on and Wednesdays from BlOI at 548-9752 for information. Putt Nassau Humane Society's
3V te 3-5 p.m. Call 321-6529 or aa Dresslike an Elf Day! capital campaign.
"My Favorite Things, Part send a message to info@fer- The public is invited to play NassauN "Amazing Race" Attesti, ainternationally
2" a concert featuring for information, bingo every Thursday at the Nassau NAMI (National Activities, Challenges and renowned performer, is conBroadway, opera and spiritual LatherDau te egion, 626 S. Third St., Alliance on Mental Illness) Scavenger Hunt sidered one of the finest interselections, will be performed ra.erau a.a, Femrnandina Beach, in the hosts advocacy meetings the preters of both the Romantic
by Kathy Price and Reginald Faith Christian Academy large smoke-free meeting hall. thirdThursdayof each morrinth Bom'erSMeer Wt andearly 20th century comBouknight, accompanied by presents "Puttln on the Ritz," Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and at 6 p.m. at the Northeast Nassau Boomers will hold p sers. Attesti's repertoire Deidre Singleton on the piano its 14th annual Fathe'r- early bird games start at 6:05 Community Action Agency, a meetand greet on Dec; 26" includes such masters as on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 3 p.m. Daughter Ball, on Feb. 1 from p.m., with regular play begin- 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100, at 6:30 p.m. at The Ritz- Chopin, Bach, Mozart and
at the Amelia Plantation 7-10 p.m. at The Ritz-Carton, ning promptlyat 6:30 p.m. Femandina Beach, free and Carton, Amelia Island fol- Liszt as well asthe music of Chapel. Amelia Island"Grand The bingo session is nine open to all. lowed by the lounge -Gershwin.
This special event will ben- Ballroom. Fathers and-daugh- games for $20, with multiple .Support groups for anyone or nearby for those interested. Tickets are $50 per person efit Arts Alive Nassau, a non- ters of all ages are welcome. jackpots paid out. with a mental health diagnosis Take advantage of this post- ortwo for $80 and on sale-at profit organization that offers Enjoy .lve music, professional Therewill be no bingo on are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the holiday getaway to seethe: Vystar Credit Union,nNassau free after-school art and music photography and hors d'oeu- Thursday, Dec.26 or Jan. 2 Council oiAging, 1367 South decorations at The Ritz. Meet Humane Society Second for local elementary school vres. Tickets are $100-per Bingo willresumeon 18th St., led by psychatric in the lobby'iunge, lower Chance and the NHS Dog children. Founded and led by father and daughter and $50 Thursday, Jan. 9 with an extra nurses and free of charge. level. Park. For information about Jane Lindberg, the nonprofit for each additional daughter jackpot game. Family support meetings,. _Nassau Boomers is for sin,- the concert or to reserve tickgroup already has four pro- and include gift bag and mem-' For questions email also fre, are the fourth -gle baby boomers born ets, visitwww.nassauhumanegrams in three schools with orybook. After Jan. 15, tickets Thursday at 7 p.m. for family between 1946 and 1964 inter- call Brandy plans to expand, increase to $125 and $60, !Proceeds support programs. members/caretalers of those ested in meeting otherswith Canalho at 491-511'..
The Amelia Plantation r spectively. Attire is semi-for- sponsored by the American with a mental health diagno- similar interests. Thereare fo r. Chapel is located at 36 mal and dancing shoes. Legion, sic, at St. Peter's Episcopal. several local singles roups
Bowman Road in Femrnandina Purchase'tickets at the ', Church, 801;AtlanticAve. around Amelia but this group The Island ArtAssociation,
Beach. Tickets are $25 and school, 96282 Brady Point J Nassau NAMI-provides is focused onh. boomers And Inc. is looking for.artists and
may be purchased ahead of Road, 321-2137, or online at The Just Friends Single emergency medications, their interests. craftsmen to exhibit at the
time by calling 225-0575. Society meets once.a month emergency dental services, -- 'Be sure to "like" them on 51st Annual.Isle of Eight Flags illS WEll for dinner. If you are single referrals/support and toi- Facebook- Nassau Boomers Shrimp FestivalArts and
Localpremiere "E and over the age of 55, call letries/shoes to individuals,- Group and for additional CraftsShow to be held in
Actress Sinda Nichols and 321-1116 to join. It's free to with chronic mental illness. To inf rmation email nas- downtown Fernandina on May
director Ron Kurtz will present -u P'J.S ... register. learn more or to volun teer, 3 and 4. To apply forthis
a play about advice columnist Registration is open for the M itincontact President Lisa Mohn juriedshowyoucan pick up
Ann Landers, to premiere at Commercial Food and Meditigrup at 277-1886 or email Nassau Bo signing an application at the IslandArt
the Woman'sClub of Culinary Arts Workforce The Amelia Insight sitting Sue Chamblin Frederick's Association, 18 N. Second"
FemandinaBeach on Jan:. 25. Certificate offered at the Betty group (Sangha) meets every latest release, Grandma St.,; download from tihe web' The Lady with All the P.Cook-Nassau CenterThe-- Tuesday at the-Dom Healing vi u< *u Takes A Lover, is now avail~ .. a siteat~sandartorgorequest, Answers," by former "CSi" 600-hour, two-course program Center from 7:30-to:9-:15 p m.,J- The Maritime Museumorr ,t bleiha will autogra:hfnor i amna~l atiornrir idlibyIA
-. They start with a reading and Amelia Island hosts a pro- copies at The Book Loft on calling the Shrimp Festivwl- '.
"-e discussion of a verity of mate- gram on a current topic every Centre Street on Dec. 28 from Artist Hotline at (904)701rlal relatd to the practice and Friday at 6 p.m. The programs 1-5 p.m. Readers may also 2788 and leaving a message 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 11 12 philosophy of Insight are jointly s'ponsored by the catch a free "sneak preview" Deadlipe for applications to be
3 14 Meditation and mindfulness, museum and Amelia of the author's soon-to-be- received is Jan. 18.
followed by a 45 minute sitting Research and Recovery, LLC, released novel To All The
le .17 t the Amelia-based company Dogs I've Loved Before a rFethat searches for and recov- poignant story about Henry The 13th season of AICMF S21 22 PUZZLE 128 ear sunken treasure from Carson's life-long journey with commences in January with
23 24Spanish Galleons. The muse- his many beloved canine five WinterFest performances,
um is located at 1335 S.' companions, from childhood starting with 'Chopin .and
25 26 27 28 30 3 A WiG c E Eighth St. No reservations are until his final farewell to his Paris," with pianist Natasha'
c NE ER A SAL needed. Call (904) 838-6688 faithful dog, a Golden Retriev- Paremski, on Jan. 27. Other
35 TAPIR AF ALIEN or(904) 838-6619. er named Nugget Visit www. WinterFest concerts are
GEORGE FALL0N" scheduled for February and
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57 8 89 80 6 2 AHEN SHE T L Ieach for people interested in Fernandina Beach is planning celebrating a variety of musiL 0 G E K EERI earning thebasics oftheir its debut in early 2014. Meet- cal.styles, with such 65PEED C o o ViINE computers. The class is ings will be held monthly at renowned classical artists as
8 E IN REP EL taught by Jan Cote-Merow The Book Loft or library. Con- pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet
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IN THE KITCHEN 52. *Salt in cocina 24. More or less 6 8 4.1 p.m. rock stars.
53. "In the ,you 25. "For dipping The seminars are for cur- The complete schedule is
ACROSS can sail the seven 26. Hollywood's leg- A rent and future caregivers to posted on
1. On a day like this, seas" endaryCary 'I "" hpip provide them with skills
one can see for- 55. OB-GYN test 27. Chilled to care for their loved ones, Callaha sow
9. e upey 61.sle 57ot sidesal not shel er 8 presented by Dr. Willie hThe secondannual Art at
6. B a 61 '.s7.tsardeshelled or- Brunetti D.Ed.Min of Amelia the Callahan Depot event will
13. Former French 65. Shade of purple 3. Boll weevil, e.g. Baptist Church. The programs be held Jan. 25 at the depot,
currency 66. Bubble maker 32. Distinctive spirit 1 6 are free and all are welcome. 45383 Dixie Ave., Callahan, -,
14. *Poor man's 68. Bushed of a culture For registration and details hosted by the West Nassau .
caviar 69. More eccentric 33. Nigerian money contact Debra Dombkowski, Historical Society. Entries are .
-15. Walk through 70. *__- mode 34. Goat with hot 7 5 LPN, of the Council on Aging open to any citizen of Nassau
slush 71. --_Zola seasoning at 261-0701, ext. 113. County. Deadline to enter is
16. "He's 72. Astute 36. Result of too Jan. 15. Registration fee is
nowhere man" 73. --_degree many drinks Nem1'SOff, $25 for up to three entries in
(The Beatles) 74. Pine product 38. Sasquatch's The Newcomers Club of any of the categories. Visit
17. Mike's sugary Asian cousin 3 9 Amelia Island will host its for more
partner DOWN 42. Stadium walk- monthly coffee on Jan. 9 at information.
18. These lips sink 1. Forn of approval ways ,.10:30 a.m. Women interested
ships 2. Italian money 45. Ten dollar bill, I3 in joining the club and who Paintingworkshop
19. *Cook briefly 3. and anon' slang *I reside in Nassau County (no Sharon Haffey, cnternpo21. *Cook in oil 4. Omani and 49. *Bran source matter how long they have rary landscape artist and
23. Gabriel Yemeni 51. "It's coated on 3 2 5 4 lived here) are welcome to member of the Island Art
24. Greek muse's 5. To add another fish of chicken attend. For further information Association and Blue Door
2 stnngs magazine before frying contact Lucy Bryan at 430- Artists, is offering "In Living.
25. Beforernow 6. Brown part of 54"Strctly vegetar- FiinhesquarsSO 3 6 5 2 7 1 9 4 8 0119 or, or Color," a three-session paint28. Le Corbusier's art apple seed, e~g. i an Fl n_ _____ --- visit www.newcomersofameli- ing workshop at the Island 0rt .
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37. Clever tactic 8. Down and out 57. Crazily andby-3box 1 4 2 5 9 8 3 6 7. GeJnenlacourse St., from9a.m until noon.
39. Bristles 9. Pig food 58. *Serve soup, e.g. contain the numbers 4 Jan. 31 and Feb. 3 and 4.
40. San Quentin, e.g. 10. *Pig part, often 59. City slicker on a hrough.Souton 4 5 1 9 2 6 8 7 3 TheAmeia Island ostofthe workshop s
41. Shocking gun served pickled ranch t6 2 3 4 8 7 5 1 9 Genealogical Society (AIGS) $40 per session or $100 for all ,
43. Inmate's blade 11. America's WWII 60 Balanced willappear in the will conduct a Beginner three,.payable in advance to
44. Full-length ally 61. Asian nurse Friday B-section 9 8 7 1 3 5 6 2 4 Genealogy Course for those Haffey, who can be contacted -,
46. Of higher order 12. He plus she 62. Fleur-de-lis interested in researching their at 310-9194 or (404) 66347. Famous Amos 15. Lodging ad: 63. *Cured meat and 5 7 6 8 4 9 2 3 1 family history. Five sessions 4996 (cell) or at sshaffey@
48. Three-dimen- four" -cold cuts Friday, December 20 -- _48oal Three-dnentfour" cold routes FridayeSolution 2 1 9 7 5 3 4 8 6 will be held at the Femandina Her mailing address
signal sound .20. Incompetent 64. Genesis garden -Solutio ---Beach Police Station is 1640 Northpark Drive,
50. Treebranch 22. Pitcher's stat 6.7. Final, abbr. 83 4 6 1 2 7 9 5 Community Room at 1525 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.'




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Alzheimer's Association,
Central and North, Florida
Chapter wants to remind care."givers, patients, health care proS fessionals and the general public that the organization
provides a very important and
much needed service all year,'
but especially during the holidays.
It offers a 24/7 Helpline
Where a highly trained andknowledgeable staff member
will always be at the other end
of theline, day or night
For most families, holidays
are filled with togetherness,
sharing, laughter-and memories. But holidays can also be
stressful and disappointing.
During these times, families
The Newcomers dealing with. memory loss,.
Club of Amelia dementia and Alzheimer's disIsland enjoyed a ease can experience problems:
holiday gala to cele- during their holiday experiencee,
brate the season. Caregivers may feel overAbove left are whelmed maintaining holiday
Bianca Tatum, traditions whilecaring for their
Berta Arias and loved ones. The Alzheimer's
Jonathan Smith. Association recognizes the anxTop right are Dave _iety that comes for patients and,
Miller and Bill caregivers at any time of year,
Kelley. Right is and most especially now. The
Bianca Tatum with 24/7 Helpline is free, and offers
Theresa Miller. Far a dedicated, trained person with'
right are Jim and every call Ifyou notice changes
Linda Basore and in your loved one during a holJohn and Barby iday visit, the Helpline is also an
Ramsey. important step to getting help.,
SUBMITTED PHOTOS The Helpline features: (1).
confidential care consultation'
provided by master's level clinicians who can provide decision-making support, crisis
assistance and education on
issues families are facing' (2)
:help in a caller'spreferred language using a translation servSE ice that features over 170 lanSguages and dialects and (3)
referrals to local community
programs, services and ongo-,
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SThe Helpline toll free numHIDE ii l[ HAD" " 1-800-272-3900 or, the
f5 B ALU LI~PDT.DD for deaf callersis: 1-866HolyTrinity service Ging erbread shi Fireworks will be set off from two barges 403-3073.
Y, in the downtown area on the St Johns River. The Twenty-four hours a day,
Holy TrinityAnglican Church will celebrate The S.S. Amelia Gingerbread Pirate Ship is on barges will be placed in front of The Jacksonville seven days a week, 352 days a Christmas Day with 'Holy Communion at 10:30 a.m. displayin the lobby of TheRitz-Carlton Amelia Landing and, Frendship Fountain Park, as well as year, the Alzheimer's Dec. 25. All are welcome. Holy Trinity Anglican Island, for public viewing during the holiday season. east of the Main Street Bridge in front of the Hyatt Association provides reliable Church is loated at 1830 lake.Park Drive ln e., TheRit also will host a New Year's Eve Black and,- RegenyJal~sanville Rivergnt igl.e.. information and support to all AmetiaidArrightaerossitle-atreet fromitheioosus iiiw W it easqueirad eaibsjtaminlAdditionally, m. Taowe: moene msiooTq eiuoo-owlt uo-o0 those who,ngdVassitA YMCA. "'guests can chose from a selectioroPf diing options Theret Willbe novehicle o~ pedestrian traffic per- "The Helpline is one of the
during New Year's Eve. Visit www.ritzcarlton.coni mitted on the Main Street Bridge from 11:45p.m. to more vital services we offer,' C=1s~co~.. ..M says CEO" Kay Redington.'
O C" -,OOkS ameliaisland or call 277-1100 for more information. approximately 12:20 a.m. River trafficwill also be, says CEO Kay Redington
Prince ofPeace Lutheran Church,. 2600Atlantic halted during that time.,Spectators gan view the fire- "There is always a person availAve., across from Fort Clinch, will hst "Carols & Firtst ay lte worksfrom various vantage points, such as along able on the other end of the line~
Cookies" onDec. 29 at 5 p.m. Bring your leftover The Florida Park Setvice will sponsor free, giid- 'the Southbank, Northbank, downtown andparts of who understands the situation,. cookies, the church will supply the hot cider choco-' ed hikes in selet 'state parks on New Year's Day as Riverside. For general information; contact (904) is highly trained and is steady to cookies,~~~~~~~~~hlp.urn the. hchidays wilsplwh o idr hc-ehks"nslc ak e late and coffee as participants sing favorite part ofAmerica's State Parks First Day Hikes initia- 630-CITY (2489). help. During the holidays, we
Christmas Carols and hear the stories behindthem. tie inal50 states, including Little Talbot Island know how important this can
'State Park, 12157 Heckscher Drive. Hillard light shoW be for caregivers, patients and,
Doo wOl~ coIcerit _. Bring the fanmilyand enjoy,a ranger-led hike Resident, orge Lyo-ns annhounces thatthe their families."
Get started on your New Year's celebiations along the Dune Ridge Trail, one ofFlorida's pre- annual Christmas light show, 'Hilliard Lights,"~s up For local programs and serv: early on Dec. 30 with a live doorwop concert feattr- mier nature trails at Talbot Island State Park. Tha and running at the corner of Georgia and Ninth. 4 ices in your area,visit www.alz Ing the acappella group Blend, at Ferniandina'Little trail meandersifor two miles atop an ancient dune avenues ifn Hilliard. This year the show has grown' org/cnfl Theatre, 1014 Beech St. This Illinois-baseda cappel- ridge under a canopy of liveoaks, cedar's and sale to, over 75,000 lights, all synchronized byover 2,000 The limr's Association la doo-wop group brings back hits from the 1950s palms in a lush maritime hammock and concludes computer chanAeld iNew display' features indhide is the worl's leading voluntary and '60s with a twist of fun. Performances are at 4' with a two-mile walk along Little Talbot Island's pic- dancing fight ticks, and in the middle of it all the. health organization in Alzheimp.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are$12,in advance and $15 turesquebeach. new "Digital Cosmic Color Bulb Tree"Thetree is er's care, support and research.'
at the door. Advance tickets can be puri-chased at Meet at Pavilion One on LittleTalbot Island State 25 feet'tall with 600 bulbs, but each btilb has 3 .Its 'mission ,is to eliminate The UPS Store in the island Publix shopping center. Park at 10:30 a.m..Jan. 1. Water, snacks, insect LED's inside with everyone of themon the tree Alzheimer's disease through the
FLT is a small, intimate space and patrons are 'repellant, layered clothing and a camera are recom- 'being independent hThis, leads to an excitingarray advancement ofresearch, to r' encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to guar- mended. For more information, visit www.floridas- of colors, patterns, shapes and swirls. All these are vide and enhance care and supantee seating. Check out all of FLT's upcoming aor www.americasstate again set to CJiristmas favorites at 95.7 FM. port for all affected, and to events at ''Thieshbw is located at the cornerof Georgia and reduce the risk of dementia,
Th fiteyr inaid i Ninth avenues. Turn west onto CR 108; continue through-the promotion of brain.
SUd y i 0 ."-The city ofJacksonville invitesesidentsandvisi- straight.onto FirstAvenue then turaright at health: Its vision is a world withRod Stewart impersonator Kenny Holiday will tors downtown to thi'bankh'ofthe St. Johns River to Georgia Avenue. : out Alzheimer's. Visit www.alz.perform from 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. on New Year's ring in theNew Year with a fireworks spectacular. For more information and directions visit org or call 800-272-3900. Eve at The Surf Restaurant and Bar, 3199 South The fireworks will begin at midnight on Jan. l and Show hours are MondayFletcher Ave. Enjoy a complimentary toast at mid- will be choreographed to music that can be heard Thursday from 6-10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday night. Call 261-5711 for information. from loudspeakers at'The Jacksonville Landing. from 6-11 p.m. (weather permitting).


Resolve to walk more or brainhealh support

MARK UNDERWOOD The new research also .. ... a consistent basis.
For the Neus-Leader points out that adults over 50 Sign up for reminders.
who take regular walks are Changes in patterns of walking walking less Use whatever reminders
If you have found it chal-' more likely to improve their -enl waving ih different gaits you need to telliyourself it's
longing to stickto anexercise memory than people of the TI tiU aS time to get out and walk. It
plan this past year; listen up! same age with 'sedentary yOu1 ageandfuelking slater and less might be memosonyour comRoutine exercise isn'titust good .lifestyles, taiyo vnptscnidct puter or notes on .a bulletin
for youi phys.ical health, new The links between walking, steadily on even paths can indicate board. If the weather is bad,
research has found when you exercise and better memory cognitive problems later on in ife. walk around a room. A small Community Hospice of
ride abike, hike, walkoutdoors are based on research that amount of exercise is better Northeast Florida offers an
or do laps around an indoor shows that staying fit through than none at all. open-ended grief support group
walking track, and you're also ongoing walking can increase find the willpower to get off the those who fine-tune theirexec- Share your goals'with for adults who have experihelping your memory the size of crucial parts of the couch and go outside and walk utive function can have family and'friends. Tell people enced the death of a loved one.
The takeaway inessage brain. As human brains age a mile or so every day.. But in stronger willpower what you aredoing. They may An open-ended .support from new research is this: If they typically grow smaller, one reality they don't have the Tips to increaseyour walk- 'want tojoin you on your walks, group format allows new paryou are over 50 and are having reason for a shrinking memory "willpower to resist the comforts ing schedule include: which will extend the possibil- ticipants to join the group at any trouble sticking to a regular. A large study at the Mayo of sitting in an easy chair watch- Commit to. doing it Just ity for making walking more 'time, so that new grievers have walking regimen, you may Clinic that involved basic walk- ingTV like any new lifestyle activity, fun. access to the group as a supwant to focus on committing to ing, also found thatwalking was Did you know thatwillpow- you'll want to make sure' you Don't be too hard on your- poi-t resource. The support your Walking schedule. linked to cognitive abilities. er is a source of mental energy? "practice what you preach." self. Keep in mind that you group is led by a licensed and Changes in patterns of walk- This study found a strong con- If you don't have sharp cogni- Every person reacts to different need good executive function to trained Community Hospice ing walking less frequently, nection between declines in tive skills, often i'eferred to as motivators. Start by simply keep on top of your goals. If bereavement professional. walking with different gaits as executive function, the ability to "executive decision," you may making a commitment to walk- you use willpower as a tool to The group meets every secyou age and walking slower plan and organize activities, and have difficulty getting up and ing more frequently get something you want, that's ond and fourth Thursday of the and less steadily on even paths slower walking. going outdoors to walk around .* Put a plan together that the prize and ultimately, the month from 1-2:30 p.m. at the
can indicate cognitive problems New evidence from several the block when the Weather you can realistically follow, pleasure you'll get from more Nassau County Council on later on'in life. research universities has said isn't great. Write down your goals such as frequent walking. Aging, 1367 South 18th St.,
What's more, new research that cognitive skills like mem- So don't blame all the dis- walking two city blocks a day. Mark Underwood is a neu- Fernandina Beach.
from various institutes includ- ory and the ability to process tractions in your life on not Write down increments of how roscience researcher, president Community Hospice suping the Beckman Institute for information, parallels the abili- making walking a priority. many blocks you want to and co-founder of Quincy port groups create a safe enviAdvanced Scietice 'and ty to keep up a steady walking Instead, blame it on poor accomplish by when, such as Bioscience, a biotech company ronment where you can bond Technology at the University pace over time. executive decision, aterm well- after 30 days you want to get up located in Madison, Wis., focused with others who have experiof Illinois found walking or rid- So why do many people known by scientists who refer to a mile five days a week. The on the discovery, development enced a similar loss. ing a bike for six months or up have trouble sticking to an to our ability to multi-task, purpose of goal setting is to and commercialization of novel For information or to learn to a year. can help improve exercise routine, even when it make good decisions, plan give you something to work technologies to support cognitive whether a Community Hospice memory as well as problem may involve low impact walk- ahead, prioritize and weigh toward. If the goal isn't work- function and other age-related support group might be right solving skills in older adults by ing? options. ing, fine-tune it to fit your health challenges such as mem- for you, call Joanne Bernard,
up to 20 percent Many people think they'll Evidence has shown that lifestyle. Just keep walking on ory LCSW, at (904) 407-6811.



More than 85 local chil- I B
dren took'part in the GARDEN,
Council on Aging's "Write a Letter to Santa" program BRIEFS
at the Yulee Holiday festival held recently. F- Frl d or foe
COA volunteers manned
the table for the third year Join a park ranger to
in a row. This year had the .explore how fire impacts the
largest participation yet. environment. Discover the
After the festival, the chil- benefits of prescribed fire for
dren's letters were deliv- managing healthy ecosystems
ered to the Fernandina and the tools rangers use.
Beach post office as part This program will take place
of the "Operation Santa" on Dec. 28 at 2 p.m. at the
program. Ribault Club on Fort George
Special Santa's helpers Island Cultural State Park. No:
will pen a personalized reservations are necessary
response from Santa and and the program is free. For
have it delivered to each information contact the Talbot
child. Islands Ranger Station at
This year marked the (904) 251-2320.
eighth'year of the popular
Yulee Holiday Festival. W
The event included a Wld Amelia 2014 will hold
parade, arts and crafts two all-day photography workvendors, food booths, face shops at Fort Clinch in
painting and a visit from -cc) Fernandina Beach on Jan. 18
Santa himself. and Feb. 22. Snacks, lunch
SUBMITTED and beverages will be provided or bring your own.
Registration for each class is
$75per person. Class size is
limited to 25 participants.
The Jan. 18'workshop,
"Perfecting Exposure and
Composition" is geared for
potogaphers of all levels.A MERRY CHRIS TMAS of o.
AMER YC R The Feb. 22 workshop,
"Beyond the Basics:,
The 18th annual Capturing Your Vision," is
Christmas Craft Bazaar aimed at intermediateand
was held Dec..7 at the advanced photographers.
Atlantic Avenue Recreation Both include field time, classCenter, in the main audito- room instruction and
rium, featuring more than reviews/critiques.
30 booths of local artisans Register at
with unique Christmas ', or pick
gifts, wreaths, ornaments, uupa form at the Atlantic
food and baked goods. Recreation Center, Fort
Top right, vendor Clinich Visitor Center, or at
Kathleen Moss crochets the branches of First Federal
and sells a broad range of Bank of Florida Mail'registra
colorful hats, gloves (with tions are accepted until Jan. 1
fingers and withoutt, afi4online until Jant 17. For
scarves and blankets for 'questions contact Dawna
adults, kids and infants. At Moore at dawnamoorephothe bazaar sheshowed off or call 904-556
,a comfy looking throw 4880.
S"It's too boring to sell B dCl
one thing, like at Shrimp The NassauCountyBird
Festival where they want Club will meet Jan. 18 at 10:30,
one special item rather a.m. at the Fort Clinch State
than a range of different Park fishing pier, iain or
work from the artist," said shine. Please note thie special
Moss. time. In order to have the best
"'Well, my mother did chance of seeing'one f the
not raise a daughter who target birds, the Purple Sa~d'tays in one area of the piper; the group must go after
creative range," said Moss. hightide on thelalling tide,.
''She tatight us tasewnd.... w miOthernthl raithb,
paint and to 6love music, might be sp ei the R~Rt
just everything creative. breasted Merganser, two
Why linit yourselff?' species of loonris, Northern
Below right, Elaine -Gannets and Bonaparte Gulls.;
Stalker of Fernandina There is a $6 entry fee per;
Beach happily showed off ."car with 2-8 people, or $4 for.
her purchases for friends single occupantvehicle. An
Sand family at the bazaar. annual Individual Pass is $60
Far right, top, the and a Family Pass is-$120,
Bailey house with its depo- .They are available at the
rated carousel horses was entrance Bring binoculars,.
among the private historic field guide, bug juice, sunhouses featured on the screen,rain gear, sunglasses
Amelia Island Museum of and water. Bring layers of
History's seventh annual clothing. The weather can be
Holiday Home Tour. brutal on the pier in the winFar right, below, costumed ter. The Duval Audubon
docent Jennifer Harrison Society members will be joinwaits for visitors on the ing the group. Questions? Call
steps of the Bailey House. Carol Wyatt at 261-9272 or
NEWS-LEADER Yards to Parks'
The next "Yards to Parks"
program will be offered in
March at the city of
Fernandina Beach Parks and
Recreation Department
Greenway at 2500 Atlantic
Ave. The exact date is to be
AMEIA ILAN FA MER MAIKE $ "announced. Registration' will"
AMEIA ISLAND FARMERS MARKETS be 5 and will include refreshients, a native plant, invasive:
All About U.S. Sockeye Salmon has Deep Roots Beef, a 100-percent grass local honey Wherever you live. The *The market does not have exotic plant identification
added some exciting new fish that will ,(forage) fed meat producer They recipe includes pollens from all over antiques, imported T-shirts or used cards and a yard sign. Call the be available every Saturday at the offer ground beef, New York strip the U.S. for all seasons, which may toys for sale,:just good bldfashioned. UF/IFAS Nassau County Amelia Farmers Market at the Shops steaks, London broil, old fashioned help allergy sufferers get relief. Thh family-favorite recipeskhandmade by Extension Service at (904) of Omni Amelia Island Plantation bologna in ring or sandwich sized and award-winning honey from their api- members of the community like cup- 879-1019 to register or e-mhil Resort. sliced, beef sausage, chuck roasts, ary is produced unheated and cakes, cookies, jams, jellies, pickles
In keeping with their commitment soup bones, stew nieat, heart, kidney unprocessed. Their hives are located and ethnic specialties. Some sell During the "Yards to to bring consumers sustainable, and tongue; Troy and Tracey Platt throughout Orlando, Winter Garden organic soaps, and others bring Parks" programs, participants wholesome, wild Alaska seafood, Joe and their family breed and rais their and Central Florida and the bees are healthy plants to sell, tid there are learn about the.impacts invaand Mike are excited to offer a line of cows on their property, using only nat- never treated with pesticides or antibi- real farmers trying to make an honest sive exotic.plants are having naturally smoked salmon and Alaska ufal fertilizers on their fields and no otics. living by growing their own seasonal pn our state, how to identify
weathervane scallops. The wild sock- antibiotics or hoi'mones . Enjoy tasting coffees at Flagship produce like lettuce, kale, squash.. some of the worst invasive eye fillets are cured with organic raw Minorcan Datil Pepper will have Coffees, a micro-batch coffee roaster winter tomatoes, cabbage and more. plants in the county.Each par.= sugar and natural sea salt, then condiments featuring the datil pepper of 100 percent organic Arabica coffee The featured nonprofit booth on" ticipant receives a laminated smoked with American hickory sus- Samples are always available, from beans that are organic and sourced Dec. 28 will be The Women's Center invasive exotic plant identifitainable, natural and American mild to medium to hot, with a variety only from Direct Trade or Certified of'Jacksonville, which also serves cation pocket guide, anative through the whole process. The only of salsas, marinades, barbecue sauces, Fair Tiade farms. Nassau County residents. The Rape. plant provided by Reflections"
hard part is'to decide between their mayo and mustard. Rainbows of col- Sign up for the E-Mail Newsletter Recovery Team responds quickly and of Nature Nursery, and a yard .Cold Smoked Nova or the Trappers ored eggs from their 80 free-range at compassionately to survivors of sexu- sign declaring, "We remove Cabin Hot Smoked. The Nova is a Ameraucana chickens and gourmet The market is open every Saturday al violence, 24/7, at (904) 721-7273. invasiveplants from our yards smoked lox. It is cold-smoked at 78-81 jams and preserves made with fresh from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Shops of'. They serve all victims of sexual vio- to protect Florida's parks."
degrees, which infuses a mildismoke ingredients are available at Sunrise Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort. lence through advocacy, support and flavor without actually cooking the Jubilee Farm. Caribbean Jam has There's plenty of easy access parking. education, women and men, ages 12 Garden newsletter fish. It is sliced for easy serving, fresh jams including Carrot Cake, No pets, please. Call 491-4872 or visit and older, regardless of abilities, sexu- Nassau County Extension Trappers Cabin Hot Smoked is Apple Pie and Caramelized Onion Jam al orientation or gender identity. is offering a bi-monthly e'started the-same as the Nova, with the made with vidalia onions and more * This end of the year market also newsletter for gardeners and"
hot smoking flavoring the fish but which are great as toppings for pan- As the year comes to an end, it is will celebrate the talents of local musi- homeowners. Hortfculture also cooking it. The skin is left on dur- cakes and waffles, grilled vegetables, time to reflect on the positive lessons cians, so bring your instrument and a News is free arid will be ing the process as the fat between the ice cream or for glazing meats, or we've learned and look forward to a chair, and sit in for a spell; you're.sure emailed "blind copy" every skin and fillet actually helps to keep making an appetizer with cream brand new beginning. For many, this to enjoy the Fernandina fanfare dur- other month. Your email the fish moist and flavorfill Also new cheese. Ask'Jen what is new as her means making resolutions to eat ing the Community Jam Session, address is protected; it is not are the weathervane scallops, which creations are becoming very popular. healthier and lose weightand there is which is quickly becoming the mar- published in the email transare exclusive to the waters off the For popped before your eyes kettle no better place to get started than at kept's most requested entertainment, mission. Horticulture News coast of Alaska. Harvested by friends, korn, boiled peanuts and old-fash- your local farmers' market. Whether you are entertaining out- features plant and wildlife every box of scallops is traceable back ioned sodas visit Neal's Kettle Korn. The Fernandina Beach Market of-town relatives or spending a quiet information, tips for a successto the.harvesting vessel including the Also try their South American grilled Place on North Seventh Street in holiday alone, the market vendors ful landscape and a monthly date of harvest. They are shucked, cheese, aka the Arepa, which is downtown Fernandina is open every invite you to join them downtown as "to-do" list for your landscape. packaged and frozen on 'board within gluten-free. Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. This is a they say goodbye to 2013; many of the Upcoming programs are also"
six hours of harvesting. The abductor Winter Park Honey is at the mar- family and pet friendly environment market's neighbors say the atmos- identified. To sign up for the muscle, or "sweet meat," is removed ket every Saturday with their regular where friends and neighbors catch up phere reminds them why they chose newsletter, see: http://nasfrom the sideof the scallop, giving size honeys as well as their 4-pack on light gossip and share news about to move here in the first place. Find -sau.ifas.utLedu/horticulyou a 100-percent usable chef-ready sampler. Their most popular is the their families while shopping in the the Fernandina Beach Market Place ture/newsletter/ scallop. Local Wildflower Honey that current- fresh air among a variety of natural, on Facebook, visit FernandinaBeach ml, or call the Extension
Also at'the market Dec. 28 will be ly has a patent pending and is the organic and homemadeproducts. or call 557-8229. office at (904) 879-1019.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25.2013/News-Leader '9


NOTICE OF APPLICATION Case No. 45-2010-CA-000696 NOTICE OF APPLICATION you are entitled at no cost to AFORESAID, RUN THENCE mortgage on the following DISTANCE 315.0 FEET TO THE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FOR TAX DEED of the Circuit Couirt of the FOR TAX DEED you. to the pron of certain SOUTH 56 DEGREES 19.MlNJTES property in Nassau County POINT OF BEGINNING. The administration of the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Fourth Judicial Cicuit in and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN assistance.Pleaseontactthe 05SECONDS EASTALONGTHE Roido Any person clairring an estate of CORINNE PFREEMAN.
LIS BANK C/F FL DUNDEE UEN for Nassau County, Florida in That US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID LOT THAT CERTAIN CONDO- interest In the surplus from the deceased File Number 2013- The holder of thefolowing cer- whchJPMorganChaseBank LIEN 4600 press 0. at least 7 days NO.10. A DISTANCE OF 170.0 MINIUM PARCEL LOCATED IN sale, If any, other than the CP-277, Is pending in the
fificate(s) has filed sald certifi- NA.,is the Plaintif and Gary L The holder of thefclowing cer- before your scheduled court FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA property owner as of the date Circuit Court for' Nassau cate(s)forthetasdeedto be Brewer, Jennith Brewer, are tificate(s) has filed sad certifi- appearance, or immediately NING. COMPOSED VILLA UNIT NO. of the Is pendens must file a County, Florida, Probate
Issued thereon The certificate defendants, the Nassau cate(s) forthe tqxdeedto be upon receing id notifica- TOGETHER WITH.THAT 1992 6529 AND AN UNDIVIDED clam wihin 60 days after the Division, the adckress of which number(s) and year of County Clerk of the Circuit issuedthereon.The certificate tion if the time before the HORT DCA0785R (964173560), SHARE IN THOSE COMMON safe 76347 Veterans Wy Yulee, FL
Issuance, fht description of Court will sell to the highest number(s) and year of scheduledappearanceislew DCA0785L (#64173558) AND ELEMENTS APPURTENANT Datedthis6day of Decemb 32097. The names and property, and name(s) in andbestbldderforoashin/on Issuance, the description of than7daysifyouorehearing DCA0785K(#64173562), TR PLE THERETO, AS SPECIFIED. 2013. adcdesses of the personal repwhich it is assessed cre as fol- 11:30arnatthefrontentraince property and name(s) in or voice irpared, cai 711. WIDE MODULAR HOME. DESCRIBD INAMDSUBJECTTO If you are a person with a resentative(s) and the perlows: of the Judial Annex. Nassau whichItisassessedareasfo- 4t12-11-18-25-2013&1-1-2013 at public sale, to the hign- THECCIENANTSCONDITmONS. crabilrty who needs any sand representative's attorFe Number 201 3-042-TD Couty Rodda at on the 8 day lows: 1987 estbiddefrcashattheMan RESTRICTIONS. TERMS AND accommodation In order to ney are set forth below.
Certificate Number 184 of January, 2014 the following Rie Nurnber 2013-045-TD -----Entrance, Nassau County, OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE particateInthisproceeding -All creditors of the deceParcel Number: described property asset forth Certificate Number:. 314 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IHE* JudicalAnnex76347Vetercrs DECLARATION OF CONDO- you are entitled atno costto dent and other persons having
15-2N-23-000040-0250 in said Final Judgment of Parcel Number: FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT Way FL 32097 at 11:3OAK on MINIUMFOR-SPLASSVILAS youto the provlon of certain claims or demands against
Year of Issuance: 2011 Foreclosure: 35-4N-23-2020-0061-0000 IN AND FOR NASSAU the 6 day of H. A CONDOMINIUM" MADE asfstaxl.Rease contact the decedent's estate on whom a
Description of Property A PORTION OF SECTION 1, Year of Issuance: 2011 COUNTY. FLORIDA. March 2014 Any person dirn BY AMELIA SPYGLASS VILLAS ADA Coordnator at (904)548- copy of this notice has been
IN OR 1371/1138 TOWNSHIP I NORTH, RANGE 24 Description of Property LOT CIVILACTION ing an interest in the surpls DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC. 4600 press 0, at least 7 days served rnust file their claims
Assessed To: EAST NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- 61 INOR 1411/703 CORNWAL CASE NO.: from the sale, if any. otherthan A FLORIDA UMITED LIABILITY before your scheduled court with this Court WITHIN THE
FLAP PROPERTIES LLC DA, BEING MORE PARTICULAR- SURVEY 45-2012-CA-000604 the property owner as of the COMPANY SPONSOR, has appearance, or Immediately LATER OF 3 MONTHSAFTER THE
All of the above properly Is LY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: AssessedTo: BAW OF AMERICA N.A., date of the lis pendens must been filed against you and upon receiving this notifica- DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBICATION
located In Nassau County, In FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE. LOISALUI Plaintiff lleaclaimwithin 60days after you are required to serve a lion If the time before the OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
the State of Rorida, COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- Ali of the above property is vs. the sdle. copy of your written defens- scheded appearanceisless- ATERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOF
Unless such cerificate(s) WEST CORNER OF SECTION 1. located in Nassau County, In ASHLEY M. LEE et d. Dated December 6, 2013. es, if any to it on ALDRIDGE Ttan7day f you are heah'ng A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
shacl be redeemed according TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 24 the State of Roida. Defendant(s) /s/John A. Crawford CONNORS, UP Plintiff s altar- or voice Impdred, call 711. THEM.
to Law the property described EAST NASSAU COUNTY, FLQRI- Unless such certificate(s) shlld NOTICE OF SALE Nassau County Clerk of Court ney, at 1615 South Congress 2t 12-18-25-2013' Iother creditors of the in such certificate or cerifi- DA.FROMTHEPOINTOFCOM- be redeemed accordingto Nolice is hereby given that CLERKOFTHECIRCUIT COURT Avenue, Suite 200. Delray 2006 decedent and persons havcates will be sold to the MENCEMENTTHUS DESCRIBED, Law, the property described pursuant to a Find Judgment By:is/ Amanda Steam I Beach, FL 33445 (Phone ----.--- ing claims or demands agoast
Highest Bidder at the MAIN RUN THENCE NORTH 07 in such certificate or certifi- of Foreclosure dated If you are apersonwitha cs- Number. (561)392-6391)with- INIHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE the decedent's estate must ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU DEGREES, 47 MINUTES 26 SEC- cates will be sold to the December 5, 2013, entered in ability who needs any accorn- in 30 days of the first date of FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT flle.theircaims with this Cou~t COUNTY' JUDICIAL ANNEX ONDS EAST, ALONG THE Highest Bidder at the MAIN Civl*Case Number 45-2012- modaltion in order to partici- publicationofthisnotice, and INAND FORNASSAU WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, SOUTHERLY LINE OF SECTION ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU CA-C00604 intheCircuit Court pate in this proceeding, you fiethe originawiththe crkof COUNTY FLORIDA DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
FL on the 7th day of Janua, 1, A DISTANCE OF 661.85 FEET COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX for Nassau County, Florida, are entitled at no costto you this court either before CMLAC11-ON, OF THIS NOTICE.
2014,. between the hours of TOAPOINT SAID POINTBEING. 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE wherein BANK OF AMERICA, toheprovisionofcertainass- January 17, 2014 on Plalntiff s CASE NO: 2012CA O29 ALLCLAIMS-NOT FILED WITH11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. Thi SITUATE ON THE SOUTHEASTER' FLonthe 14thdayofJanuary, N.A.sthePdntiiffandASHLEY taoce. Please contact the attorneyormrnediately ther, EVERBANK. INTETILYlE PERIODSSET FORTH ClerkofCourt'sOfficePoicyis LYRIGHT OF-WAY UNE OF.U.S. 2014, between-the hours of M. LEE, et al., are the ADA Coordinator at crtin affer; otherwise a def~au wll 'Pldni IN, SECTION 733.702 OF THE to hold the sale at 11:30 a.rr HIGHWAY NO. 301; THENCE 11:00a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Defendants. Nassau County rp" or (904) 630-2564 .beenteredagdinsty.forl6 vs. FLORIDASTATUTESWILLBE FORJOHNACRAWFORD NORTH 35 DEGREES 07 MIN- ClerkofCourt's-office Policyis Clerkof Courtwillsellthe prop- at least 7 days before your relief demanded in the'corn CHANDRA SOLIS. etal, EVER BARRED.
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF UTES 36 SECONDS EAST, to hold the sale at 11:30a.m. ertysituated iNassau Courty, schedued court appearance, pldint or petition. Defendant(s). NOTWIT H STANDINGTHETIME
If you are a person withds- POINT,:SAID POINT BEING AT BY/sl Rhoda Goodwin PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK dance is less than 7 days: if you By./s/Megan Sawyer, .Pisuant to a Rid Judgment DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH ability who needs any accom- THE INTERSECTION OF SAID RHODA GOODWIN, 0, PAGE 36, OF THE PUBUC are heaing or voice impaired. As Deputy Clerk of" Foreclosure dated IS BARRED.
modation in order to partic- SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY DEPUTY CLERK RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- call 711; .2t 12-18-25-2013 December 5, 2013, and Thedate ofthest publcation
pate in this proceeding, you LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 301 If-you ore a personwith a. TY FLORIDA. Si ou se yon moun Id gen yon 1996 entered in Case No. 2012 CA of this Notice is December 18,
are entited, atno costtoyou, WITH THE NORTHERLY LINE OF disability who needs any publicc sae, toffehigh- andikap Id bezwen aranjman ---. 000295 of the Circuit Court of 2013.
to the provison of certal as*- HIGGINBOTHAM ROAD ( A occommodatlon In order to estbidderforcash at lheMdn nenpotyonanledyopatisipe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HE the forth Judicial Circuit In- 2t,12-18-25-2013
stance, Please contact the 30.00'FOOT GRADED ROAD); participate in this proceeding,- Entrance, Nassau County nan pwosed sqa, ou gen awa FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF d for NassauCour, Florida 2001
4DACordnatorat(904)548- THENCE SOUTH 62 DEGREES 02 youoreentitled Judcial Annesx 76347 Veterans apakouteou dspdzisyonnan FLORIDA INAND FOR in which EverBank, Is the .--------4600 press 0, at least. 7 days MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST, Vou to the provision ofcerfain Way"Yiee, FL 32097 at 11:30 asstans seten.Tanprikontakte NASSAU CQUNTY 7 Plaintiff and Chandra G.Solls IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT OF THE
before your ,scheduled court ALONG THE NORTHERLY LINE asistnce.Pleasecontoctthe AM,. on the 6- day 6 a1 Koodonate ADA-a nan crtini GENERAL JURISDICTION also kown as Chandra Solis, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
appearance,'or Immediately OF SAID HIGGINBOTHAM ADACoordnatorat(904)548, Maroh,2014 Anypersoncldm- p@co.netoswa(904) 630-2564 PD ION Felb Sols IlL Nassau County IN AND FOR NASSAU
upon receiving this notifica- ROAD; A DISTANCE OF 80.00 4600press 0. at least,7 days, Ing an Interest in.the surplus omwen 7 CASE NOJ 36;i Clerk of the Circuit Court. COUNTY, FLORIDA
tion If the time before the FEETTOAPOINT;THENCE CON- before your schedued court from the sole, ifany, ohe than jouar.anaparanspwogrome BANK OFAMERICA, NA. Nassau Couy Florida, North CASE NO.
scheduled appearance Wiiess TINUE ALONGTHE NORTHERLY oppecrance, or Immediately the properly owher as of the tribinal ou an. oswa k qp Pianiff, Hampton Association, Inc.. a 45-20127CA-000664 than 7 days; If you are hearing UNE OF SAID HIGGINBOTHAM Lpon receing this notlfica- date of the is pendens must resevwa Irredyatrman seLl avi vs. Flodoa Non-Profit Corporation, WELLS FARGO BANK-N.A.
or voice Im-paired call 711. ROAD, SOUTH 49 DEGREES 41 flon if the time before the fileacldmwithiri60dos after so si tan ananvan aparans lId SILBERIOREYES, etai. - Sate 'of Rorida, are defen- Plaintiff,
4t 124-11-1 8-252013 MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAST, A scheduled appearance is less the sale. pwograme se mwqnspase 7 Defendants. i dants, the, Ngssau County- v.
1965-- -- DISTANCE OF 123.37 FEETTOA than 7 days;Ifyou areheaing Dated: December 6,2013. Jou;.si ou se odyans osa vwa NOTICE OF ACTION Clerk of the Circuit Court will TINA L KIDD, ETAL:"
-------- POINT, SAID POINT BEING THE or voice Inmaired call 711. /s/ John A. Crawford gen pwoblem vIzyon, rele 711. To: SILBERIO REYES, 32139 sell to the highest and best Defendants. # 14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE '4t 12-11-18-25-2013& 1 1-2013 Nassau County Clerk of Court SI vous etes' une personnel' GRAND PARKE BOULEVARD,, bildderlforcash In/on 11:30'am NOTICEOFSALE
FORTAXDEED : HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL 1985 -, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ayant Lne deficience qu ont FERNANDINA -BEACH, FL at the fro t entrance of the, Notice Is hereby given that,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THENCE CONTINUE SOIUTH 49 .. .,.......... By:/s/. Amanda Steam besoin dune adaptation gin 32034' Judicial Annex. Ndssau pursuanttoth!Summ ary Finl
that US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE DEGREES-41 MINUTES 25 SEC- NOTICE OF APPLICATION Iftyouareaperson.witha departiciperacete Instance, LILIAN REYES A/K/A ULWAN CounFlo ida at on the 4 day Judgment' of. Foreclosure UEN ONDS EAST, ALONG SAID TOR TAXDEED disability who needs any vous avez drolt, a aucun frais REYESi,32139 GRAND PARKE of February, 2014,the follow- entered on Novem~ber 01,
The holder of thefollowing cer- NORTHERLY LIN4 FI;IN-' NOTICE ISHEREBYGIVEN ".accmmodation in order to pour vous, pourIa ouriture". BOULEVARD, FERNANDINA I described properlyasset 2013, and the Order tificate(s) has filed saidcerffl- BOTHAMR AD,- ADISTANCE' That-US BANK F FL DUNDEE particpateInthisproceeding, deo'assistancedecoertns.Sll BEACH, FL 32034 ---------forthInsaidFdl'., ReschediingForecosulreSde
cate(s) for the tax deed to be OF 150,00 FEET TO A POINT; LIEN you ae enfifledat no cost to vous plait communiquer avec UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- Jy~dgmertf'Foreclosure: enteredon Deember6, 2013 ,
issuedthereon.The certificate THENCENORTH60DEGREES49 T heholderofthefollowIngcer- youta the provision of certain lecoordannateura PADAcrt- SESSION 1, 32139 GRAND LOT- 527OF NORTH, HAMPTON. Ir this cause, in the Circuit number(s) and year of -MINUTES 3QSECONDS EASTA* flflcte(s) has filedsaid certifi-' as Plstane.peasecontactthe ou (904) 630- PARKE BOULEVARD, FERNAND- PHASETHREEACCORDINGTO Court of Nassau iCounty, Issuance,the description of DISTANCE OF 250.70 FEETTOA cate(s) for the tax ded tbe ADA: Coordinator at, crtin-- 2564- au moins 7 joursavant INABEACH. FL32034 '->, THEPLATTHEREOF.ASRECORD- Rodnda the clerk I the
propertyandnames)inWhich POINT; THENCE NORTH 45- lssuidthereon.Thecertifiate or (904),.630-264 votre comparulondeviantle UNKNOWN TENANT IN, POS:' ED IN PLAT BOOK 7 PAGE16 property situated in Nassau It Is assessed are as follows- DEGREES 30 MINUTES 43 SEC- number(s) and year of at .least 7 days before your tribunal prevu, oudes recep- SESSION 2, -32139 GRAND- OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF County Rorda,described as: File Number 2013-043-TD ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 'issuance, the description a5f scheduled court appearance, tion de cette notificcion i le PARKE BOUfEVARD, FERNAND- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. LOT 1 OF ISLAND BLUFF SUB- Certiflcate Number: 289 212.09 'FEET TO A- POINT; -property, and name(s) In or Immediately upon redeiv- temps avant apparitflon pro- INA BEACH, FL 32034 A/K/A 862388N HAMPTON,. 'DrSION, ACCORD GIO THE Parcellumber -:THENCESUTH4DEGREESOT which tis assessed &e asfb Ing this.notficarton ifithe'time grammeeetinferie-ure a7. LASTKNWNADDISTAT- CLUB :-WAY FERNANDINA PLAT THEREOF.AS RECORDED
25-4N-23-2020-00040000 MINUTES 45SECONDSWESTA lo : beforethescbediiedppear- jours;xIvousetes.oudienceou ED, CURRENT -RESIDENC E .CH FL83t7596 IN PLAT BOOK-1, PAGE(S) 92F
Year of-Issuance: 2011 DISTANCE OF.25211FEET TO, Rie Number 2013-046-TO ance.islessthan7days;ifyou la voix alteree, composez 1s, UNKNOWN -, Any person clamingan OFTHE PUBFJC RECORDS,OF
-esprijtionof Property: LOT4 THE POINOF BEGINNINGAND Certi ficate.! mber: 37,' are hearing or voice impired 711. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -.Interestin thhIrp.usfromthe NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
-,PT OR 907/1212 CORNWALL TO:LOSE.TOGETHER WITH A Parcel Number;:' call 711. ., Siusted es una persona con that an action to foreclose sale, If any other than the a/k/a 1696'BLUE HERON
'SURVEY MOBILE HOME ASA PERMA- :, 01 -1N -24-192.9-00 0 ": SI ou se yon moun Id gen unaditcapadidad quenece- Mortgage covering the .ol- propertyowner,asofthedate LN., FERNANDINA BEACH, FL
AssessedTo:( NENT IXTURE AN 4,PP-URTE- Year of Issuarce: 2011 yon andkqp kJ bezwen.aran- sita cualquierarreglo con el long rea.and persOnp d the, Us Pendns musrt file a 32034-4791'
IDA CAMILLE MOORE .. NANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED Descriptton ofProperty: LOT' Jmin.nenpat yo nan led yo fm de partlcipar en erste pro.- ery descrbed as foiowsta- claim within 60 days afterthi s, atpublc sle, fo the high-All ofthe above property Is -AS: A 1995 ,DOUBLEWIDE 71NOR884/1 101SANDY FORD patisipenanpwasedisoa, bu cedimientouitedlenedee- ,wit: . sale est and bidder, tor cash,
located in Nassa. Co..ounjy, In, MOBiLE HOME BEARING.IDEN- ES1ATM6 PB 6/147 ,- gen iwa a pa koute o" dis- .,cho sin costa alguno. para LOT 53, FLORA PARKE UNIT Dated in Nassau County,. at tbe Nassau CountyJUdicial
the State of Florida. TIFICATION NUMBER(S) Astessed To: pozlsyon non aslstans seten. usted, para Ia prestacrkm de THREE,. ACCORDING TO THE lorldafd-thi6 day of December, Annex 76347 Veterans Way,
Unless'sUch certficate(s);. 1HFL2I8A AND 14'L1218B, RAYMOND I BURNS, : Tanpri kontakte Koodqhate asistencla-determlriada. Por PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED 213.- YuleeFL.32097, Nssau County,
shall be redeemed pccordling AND TITLE NUMBER(S) GINAE BURNS ADA-a an crtinip(ojnet favor, parigase en contact IN PLAT BOOK 6 PAGES 40. John A. Crawford Fl Rorida, at eleven thirty, olo'akc
toLaw,.theprop-rtydecrltied 0068707759 AND 0068707760. Allof.te.abovepropertyIs oswa (904).630-2564 omwen con el. coordinadar de ADA. 403,404 405,406 AND 407 OF Clerkf the CIrcuit CoUrt a.m., onJanuary 29, 2014..
In such cerfificci or cerifl- .A/K/A 44217-iGGINBOTH- located In Nassau County, In 7jou anvan aparans crtintrp@coj.iiet o (904) 640-'. THE PUBLIC RECORDSOF NAS- Nssdu County Florida Any person claiming an cafes.will e sold to the AM DRIVE, ,CALLAHAN;, FL the State of florIda - .pwogrore tribind 6u an oswa 2564 par 1o mepos 7 dias antes SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA By:/s/ Amanda Stedm interest In the surplusfrom the
Highest Bldder at the MAIN 32011 Unless such cerificate(s) shall kap resewa imedyatmp sou desu comp cncia .ante la has been filed against you Deputy Clerk : sale, If any,: other than 'the
ENTRANCE OFrTHE NASSAU Ariyperson claimIng an be receemedaccordng-to avisositgnnan nvaaparcns core progfamado,1oinmecr- and you airsrisquredro a.. Ifyoureapersonwrrhacs- Property own'ra asoftiaTe "
CQUNTY ,JUDICIAL, ANNEX. Interest in the 4 ru..frTm .e Law, the property described -. pwogrbme se mwens pose ..atamente despuesde reciblir copy af your written defens- a y o. ne ayaconori- of thi is pendens rust file a
76347 VETERANS WAY. YULEE sale, if any, other than the. in such certificate or ceriti. 7-jou; sl ou se odyans-oswa 'estal notiffcadop,.si el. ie es, if any, to iton Nicholas J. rodadn In crde to. pci- clalm wn60,days after the
FL 6 the 7thday of-January, properyownercssot date wcaes will be sold~ to the vwagbenPwoblemvizyonrele antes de que la compare- Youtz, McCalla Raymer LLC- 'pate i this proceding,-you sale. v
2014-betw_0enAhehurs of- ,.of the s rl a Highest Bidder at the MAIN 711.,--- cencia prev.sta es inferior 7 22,E. Robfnson St. SuDiee 66, F"e ent4t nOcosttoyou. ,Daedat Fernandina
1 1:0 1(.10 Thein- /imwEthIN6TRANCE OF,THE NASSAU ,vpus etaeuune, personne d-udidon .,r.a. dFL 32801 andtihe to"pjr of oroT
.Cler k fCsfellcyis. e. C -OUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, ayant une defidence qu ont gi with the Clerk of the tance. Pie
tceholdthiesaliet11:30 r Dated In!N _is Cou nty 78347. VETERANS WAY, YULEE, besoin dune adapt6fon gIn 711.- ,, above: styte Court on, or ADA Cordinator,(904)548- John A.braTwford
.JOHNA. CRAWFORD Flridathls2dayof December,. FL on the 14th day of January, departdp, racefteinstance, 2t.12-18-25-2013 before 30 days from thiefirst .4600 press.0, at least 7 days Clearkof the Circuit Court
NASSAU COUNTY 2013. 2014, between the hours of, vous. aver draft a oucun fri;. 1992 Publication, otherwise a before your Sche..elegcourt By.l/ racy Poore
CLERK OF COURT clerkof the Circuit Court 11:00a.m. and2:00p.m. The. pour'vous, pour Ia fourniture ,......... Judgmentmay be entered appearance, or Immediately DeputyClerk .
BY/s/CHERYLSALMON Nassau County Florida ClerkofCaurf'sOfficePolicyis del'assistancedecertais.S'il IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT IN THE. ',against you for the relief upon receiving this notifica- 2t 12_,1825-2013
DEPUTYCLERK By:/s/TracyPoore to hold the sdleat 11:306m. vous platt comrftniquer avec ,-FOURTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT demanded in the Complalnt flon If thetlime before the -2003:,
Iffyou area person with a Deputy Clerk JOHNACRAWFORD le coordonnateur aPADA, qrt-. IN AND FOR NASSAU WITNESS my hcand seal scheduled appearance Is less ---------.disability who "heds any' If you te a person with NASSAU COUNTY ihtrp@coJ.n et ou (904) 630- COUNTY FLORIDA of said Court on the 6 day'-of than 7, dcys; I You age hearing IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
accommodation In order to disability 'who needs any CLERK OF COURT 2564 au moIns 7 Jours 'avant CASE NO.:1 2?CA-427 .December2013. or voIce Impaired, call 771. FOURTHJUDICIALCIRCUIT
- par cateinthispro.e6dn accommodation in order to BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin votrecamparutior deviant le ,COMPASS'BANK J John A. Crawford ,-t12-18-25-2013 IN AND FOR NASSAU ,
you are 6eniitecd at'no Costto ..participate in thisproceeding,". RHODAGOODWIN,' tribunal prev4 ou des recep- -.Plaintiff, CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT{ 1995 : -,- COUNTY, FLORIDA
you, totheprovisionofcertan yoUciraeentifledatnocosttO DEPUTiY CLERK tionde cefte notification, si le VS. ...:,: As Clerk of theCou ----- -- Case No.:
assIstnce.Pleasecontactthe youtotheprovlslonofcertain If you are a person with a teimips avant I'apparition pro- DEBORAH J. MILLER, aSingle BY:/s/Megain Sqwyer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 45-2012-.CA000022 ADA Coordnator at(904)548- asslstande.Please,qontactthe dIsablilty who needs any grammee est infere-ure- d 7 Woan; VNASSAUCOUNTY a 'Deputy Clerk ,. / FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BANK OF AMERICAN,..A,
4600 press 0, at least 7 days ADA Coodinator(904).548- accommodation In order to Jours; l vous etes audience ou Political SubdIvislon of the 2t 12-18-25-2013 IN AND FOR NASSAU Plaintiff,
.beforeyur scheduled court "4600press.,t .eat7 days partidcpatelnthisproceedng, Ia volx altere,. composezlis StateofordaTHE COTTAGES 1999 COUNTY.FLORIDA .
/ appearance, or Immediately, before your scheduled court you are enled, at no cost to 711.- AT. STONE; CREEK.CONDO- GENERAL JURISDICTION ROBERT WILLItI ALEXANDER,
upon recelving this notlffca-' appearance, or Imnediately youtotheoprvlitonofcertain SI lusted es una persona, MINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.;,, IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT OF THE DIVISION - ANWANDALCUNKNOWN PARtlion if the time before the,, upon receiving this notifica- assistance.Pleasecontactthe ,con una dicapacidd que and UNKNOWN'TENANTIN FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE NO. TIES CLAIMING BY THROUGH,
scheduled appeardneisless, tion If the time before T he ADACoordinator at (904)548- necesitacualquerareglo con POSSESSION IN AND FOR NASSAU 46-200 CA01022ASA, UNDER, AND AGAINST.THE
s than 7 days:fyouarehering .-eoduedappera s less. 4600-press 0,,'t least Zdays elfin de particar en exte pro- Defendants.. COUNTY, FLORIDA CITIMORTGAGE INC. SUC- HEREINNAMEI..INDVIDUA
or voice impaired, call 711, tharn7 7ays if you re hearing beforeyour scheduled court, cedldento, usted tiene ere- RE-NOTICE OF SALE GENIRAL JURISDICTION, CESSORS BY MERGER TO ABN DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT 4t 12-4-11-18-25-2013 or voice Impaired call 771. appearance, or Immediately cho sir cost alguno, parta NOTICE is hereby given .1 DIVISION AMROMORTGAGE GROUP KNOWN TOBE DEAD ORALIVE.,
1966 2t 12-18-25-2013' uponreceiving this notifica- usted, para a prestbckm de that, pursuantto the Order of CASE NO. 2013-CA-O8DS INC., WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
-------------- 1977 tion:ifthe time beforethe asistencla determinado, Por Summary Judgment of HSBC MORTGAGESERVICES Plartiff; PARTIESMAY CLAIM AN INTERNOTICE OF APPLICATION scheduled appearance IS less favor pnigase en contact Foreclosure in this cause, inthe INC. vs. EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
N FOR TAX DEED I -- TCUYCRITH than 7 days; Ifiyouarae c eaornador dn c aD Circ Jit Court o Nassau Plantiff. PHOMMATHERPOUNUENG DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
FO TX ED '. N THECOUNTY COURT, IN THE: tha as fyu;c, hearing.. con el coordinador de AD)A1Nssu Pa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or voice impaired ali 71I.- o;(904) .630- County, FlorIda I wIll sell the vs. ANDCORA, eta OTHER;' CLIMANTS; AND
That US'BANKC/FFLCDUNDEE INAND 4t 12-11-18-25-2013&1-1-2013 2664porlomenos7 clas antes property situated in Nassau KENNETH BAXTERet.I. 'Defncdair). NORTH HAMPTON ASSOCIALIEN R- FRNASSAU COUNTY., 1986. de sucomarecencla ante Ia County Florida described Defendant(s). .- ,- - NOTICE OF JION, INC. 2
Theholderofthefollowing car- FLORIDA ------- carte programado, a 1hmedi- UNIT NO.2304,OF THE COT- " NOTICE OF - FORECLOSURE SALE Defendant(s).
tificate(s) has 11dl 'sod Ceilfl- CASE NO.: 11-rC-27 NOTICE OF SALE atamente despues de recibir TAGES AT STONEY CREEK A FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE OF SALE
cate(s) forthe ta deedto be 121 FINANCLALCREDIT UNION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN esta notificacion, xi el liempb CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant t0 aFl nl Judgment NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IssuedthereonThe certificate F/K/A FLORIDA TELCO CREDIT that the undersigned intends antes de que'lacampare- TO THE DECLARATION OF pursuant to a Fnal-Judgment of Foreclosure dated pursuant to an Order of Fina numbers) 'and year' of.- UNON to sell the personal property cencla prevista es Inferior a 7 CONDOMINIUM'RECORDED IN t of Foreclosure dated r, and-entered In 45-2010wCA- Summary Judgment of
Issuanwce, the description of Plainfiff, diecrfiedbelovi'aftpubilcsaie.' dias,slustedestadeacuoLclon O.R. BOOK 1518, PAGE 1834,. December 5, 2013,. and 00225-A at the Circuit Court Foreclosure datedDecember
property anal names) in vs. : bycompetItlye bidding on odeteorode lavz,'llame ql AND ALL EXHIBITS AND enteredir2013-CA-000228f l oftheFourth Judcal Circuit 11,2013,entered i Clvil Case
which-It Is assesed areasf01- JAMESTHOMAS WILIAMSON. Monday the 30th day. of 711 AMENDMENTS THEREOF PuB- the Crcu -C-urt Of the-Fo. In and I ft Nssau County-, N. 45-2012-CA-000022 of this
laws: '. an Individual. December 2013 at 10:00 am 2t12-18-25-2013 UC. RECORDS OF NASSAU Judiclal Ckrcult -n clnd for. Florida wherein CiIMORT- -Circui Court at the Fourth
File Number Defendvant on the premises where said 1991 "COUNTY FLORIDA. Nasscu Counity,FRorldawhere GA(F_, INc. SUCCESSORS BY .Judicial Circuit in and for
2013-g,44-TD -.. ,- .NOTICEOFSHIERIFr"$SALE .propertyhasbeenstoredand--- ------------- --...And whichpostai addresssJ=. in HSBC MORTGAGE$,ERVICE$ MERGER TO ABN AMRO MORT- Nassau Couny, FRorda, whereCertificate.Number: 297 -NOTICE Ishesreby glventhat wh~ch, are located at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 96007 Stanley Drive #2304. INC.. Is theRlaitlff= and KEN- .GAGE: GROUP, INC.. Is the inthe Cierkof thisCircuitCourt ParcelNumnber pu lrsuarsttoaWritfExeculflon BillgeviewSefStorags74431 FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT Fernandina Beach, FL 32304 NETH BAXTER. UNKNOWNTEN- PlalntIff -and -BOUNUENG -wU selto thehghestbdderfor
27-4N-23 -000--B05 issued i~ilhe Cou~nty Count of -' East. state ;Road- 200 IN AND FOR NASSAU at Public Sale. tothe high-. ANT(S) are the Defeidanit(s) ... PHOMMATHEP;, C ORA PHOM- cash on 16 day of January
Yiear of Issuance: 2011 I~assauCountyFoudonthe -. Femandrnd:Beach, FL 32034' COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1 estl bidderforcash, atthefront John Crawford as th-e Clekat MATHEPR. DMG PROPERTIES 2014, at t1:30 am. at the Description of Prdpery/: --. 30th day Of January 2013, In Naisau Cauntythe following: CIVlLACTION entrance of the Nassau the CircuiCortwinlseltothe .HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION, NassauiudiciaiAnnex Nassau E365.50OFT INOR 1428/1508 the causewhereln 121 FINAN- Melissa Ohlendorf 3071 CASE NO.: -County Judiia Annex, 76347. highest and best bidder for -INC; VYSTAR CREDIT UNION.' County Courthouse, 76347
-AssessedTo: CIAL CREDIT UNION, F/K/A.- Willard Racier II. -1222 .45-2012-CA-000026 Veterans" Way Yuee. FL at cash. Front Entrance. Nassasu UNKNOWNTENANT(S) re thei Veterans Way Yuiee- Florida
FRANCENOR JEANPIERRE FLORIDA-TELCO CREDIT UNION,- -- ookWaymon 4011 BANK OF AMERICA. N.A., SUC- 11:30 am on the 13th dayaof Judicialnex 76347 Veteran's Defendant(s). John Crawford 32097, In accordance with
VIOLENE JEANPIERRE -Plaintiff and.JAMES THOMAS Prchases must be pald for CESSOR BY- MERGER -TO BAC January, 2014, Way 'Yulee, FL 32097. cat 1-1:30 as'the. Clerk of the- Circuit Ch'apter 45 Florida Statutes
All of l' above property is WILLIAMSON. an ndivIdlual,, at-the lime of puJrchase by' .:IOME LOANS SERVICING, LI, ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN AMon Janulary 15. 2014lhe Couirt will sell.t0 the highest relative to the followng I ocatedin.Nassau County In Defendant, being case mudm- cash onlyA clesaning deposit FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME INTERESTINTHE SURPLUS FROM following described property and)st bcdeforcash, Rant describedprolsly assetforth
theScdte of Flrida,.' br 11-cc-27,In sid court, L-will be taken. Ddted this LOANS SERVICING. LIT THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN as set forth In said Final, Entrance. Nassau Judicil in the Fina Judgmentt owit:
-Unless such cerllflcate(s) BU.LEEPER asSherffof Nasau 12/18/203and 12/25/2013 Plaintiff THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Judgment, to wtt. -Annex 76347 Veeran'sW ay.- LOT 461 OF NORTH HAMPshall be redeemed accoring .--County Florida have levied- 2t 12-1 8-2-20113 vs. THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS A PORTION OF SECION 37. Wis-ule, FL 32097, at-11:30 AM TON PHASE THREE ACCORD--to laM the prbpertydescribed upon-althedrghts,'title and -2007 GARY KENNETH MEEKS A/K(A ..MUST FILE A CLAM WITHIN 60 TOWNS'IP I NORTI, RANGE25 :on Jcvn.r 152014,,the fol- -ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF
in such'cetlflcate or cerflfi- interest of .the Defendant, -- ... GARY KMEEKS, tal. ,DAYS AFTERTHE SALE. EAS..I NASU COUNI1'(DRI- Iodng described propertas RECORDEDIN PLAT BOOK?7,
-cates wilbe sold to the James.Thormasi[Ulamson c'i' NOTICE OF APPLICATION -Defendant(s): .If you are aperson wiha DA..-SAID PORTION BEING-set- ,forth In said Final PAGE 16 THROUGH 23. OF THE
Highest -Bidder at the MAIN Ind~i#.ial, n and to. the fai-: ."FOR TAX DEED' NOTICE OF SALE disability who needs any MORE PARTICULARLY Judgment to wi:., PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
ENTRANCE OF THE -NASSAU lowingl described personal NOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN - Notice shsresby giventhat accommodation In order to DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:-- LOT 20 OF GREEN MEAD- -COUNTY FLORIDA.
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX property t-wlt: . ThatUSBANKCIF pursuantto a~ina Judgment 'participate inthisproceeding, FORAPOINTOF REFERENCE OWS RHASE TWO. ACCORD-. -Commonly known as: 461
76347 VETERANS WAY,-YULEE:. 2005"HARILv DAVIDSON FL' DUNDEE-DIEN of Foreclosure -dated you are entitled, at no cast to COMMENCE AT THE NORTH- i NGTO THE North -Hampton Club Way
FLonthe 7th dayof.January, -' MO1ORCYCLEFLSTEi,,REDJN -1heholderdfthefollow/ngcer- ,December 5,2013, entered in you to the provision of certin -WEST CORNER OF TRACT 122. PLATTHEREOF'AS RECORDED Fismandina Beach, FL 32034
20,1 4. between-the hours of COLOR tilcate(s=) hasftiled sid cerllfi- Civil Case -Number 45-201 2- assistance, Please contract NASSAU VILLAGE -WEST I N.JIT BOOK 6. PAGES 34, Any person claiming an
11:00 a,m,,and 2:00 p~m: The .VIN#1HD]BWB165YO61S69 cats(s) forthetac (deedto be CA-000026.h is Cr'cuit Court ADA Coordinator at .crt~n- ACCORDING -TO PLAT 34-OPuBI interestinthe suplusfrom the
Clerk o/Courts Office Polcyis I -shalofferthispropertyfor issuedthereonThecertttlcate -for Nassau County, Florida, trpiit' or (904) 630-2564 RECORDED INTHPUBLIC T HE PUBICRECORIS OF NAS- sale, if any, other than the to holdithe sale at-l-l:3 arm, sale atthefrontof.Buildng101 number(s) and year -of wherein BANK OF AMERICA, at least 7 days before your RECORDS OFSAJDCOUNIY IN SAU.COUN1Y,,,FLORIDA. property owners of the date JOHN A. CRAWFORD of the Nassau County Eteiff's issuance, this description of N.A.. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER- schisdied court appearance, PLAT BOOKS, PAGE-23, AND Any person claiming an of the Us Pendens must file a
NASSAU COUNTY Office. 76001 Bobby Moore property and name(s) in TO BAC HOME LOANSSERVIC- or immediately upon'rcev- RUN SOUTH 13 DEGREES 25 intenistIn the srplusfrom the cilam within 60 days ater the
CLERK OF COURT CIrcle. Yulee, FL Nassau which it ls assessed are as fol- NG. IR FKA COUNTRYWIDE ing this notiicationif thetlime MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST sale, if any, other than the sale.
BY/S/CHERYL SALMON Couny Florida on Jaruaay 15. lows: HOME LOANS SERVICING. LP is before the schesdded appear- ALONG THE WESTERLY LINE OF property owner as of the date AMERICANS WITH DISABILIDEPUIY CLERK' 2014 af 10:00 A.M., or as soon File Number: 201 3-047-TD the PlIntiff. GARY KENNETH ance is less than 7 days If you NASAU VLLAGE WEST AFORE- of thetlis pend:ens must file a TIES ACT. f you are a person
If you are-a prso witha cis- thereater as possible. I witl Certificate Number: 648 MEEKS A/K/A GARY K. MEEKS. are hearing orvoice impd~red, SAD ADISTANCE OF 6O.0FEET cla 1m wlhi60 days atrthe with a disability who needs ablywhoneedsanyaccom- -offer for sale ll of the sald Pacel Iimber: et al,, are this Defendants, call1711. .,RUN THENCE SOUTH 76 sale. any accommodation in order
-modation in order to partci- Defendant's James Thomas 08-SN-24-2380-0094.0090 Nassau Courty Clerk of Court WITNESS _my hand and the DEGREES 34MINUTES 0 SEC Dated this 6 day of to participate n this proceedpate in ths proceeding, you Williarnxon tight fiti, and nter- Year of Issuance: 2011 wil sell the property situated hn Seal of this Court this S day aNDS WEST A DISTANCE OF December 2013. '-ing, you are entited at no cost are entitled at1nocost to you, est n the aorescid persona Descrition of Prerl. Nassau County R orida, of December. 400.0 FEET; RUN THENCESOUTH John Crawford to you. to the provision of certothe .rovlsion'ofcertdacis- property, at public auction BLOCK94LOTS9TO121NCPT- describedas: -2t 12-I-25-2013 13 DEGREES 25 MINUITES 20 Asaierkthi'eourt tan assistance. Please contance. Please contact the and will sell the same, subject OF OR 375 PG 427 TOWN OF A PORTION OF SECTION 40, 1998 SECONDS EASTA DISTANCE OF By-/s/.Arnanda team tact theADA Coordinator fo- .
-ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- t Otaxes, adprorlens, encuns- HIWARD -TOWNST-IP 2NOR4h, RANGE 28 ----... 400.0 FEET; RUN THENCESOUTH- As De.;I C:lerk the clrcui court systesmat crt4600 press least 7 days brancesandpgreTs:ifay iAssessediTo: -EAST, NASSAU'COUNY, FLORI- IN THE CIRCUITCOURToFTHE 76 DEGREES 34 MINUTESdO0 IMPRTANT ntrp @coi~net or (904) 630before your schecded ,court to the highest ad best bid- NOEL G LAWRENCE. DA, SAID PORTION BEING FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE If you are a person wih a 2564 at least 7 ddys before
appearance, or immediately derforCASH INHANDorCER- All of the above property s MORE PARTICULARLY IN AND FoR NASSAU OF 368.8 FEETToTHEPOINTQF disabllty, who needs" any your scheduled court appearupon recevng this notifica- TIFRED CASHIER'S CHECK. pluss located n Nassau County, In DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COUNTY FLORIDA --BEGINNING. accommodation n order to once, or immediately upon
tion if the.-time before the Florida sales taxif appropdi- the tateoaf.iRda BEGIN ATTHE NORTHEASTERLY CASE NO,: 13CA000442AXYX FROM THE POINT OFOEid .prticKtpeintproceednG recevng this notiflcationifthe schedied appearance s less ate;. The moneys received Uniless such certificate(s) shal CORNER OF LOT 10, FLORALE U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- NING THUS DESCRIBED CON- you ore etlle at no costto -time before the scheduled than7days:if youJare heading trough the levyon sale will -be redeemed according to HOMES, ACCORDING TO PLAT ATION (SUCCESSOR TO BANK- TINUE SOUTH 76,DEGRES 3 -yo L.thep-3giMo ,,Ocedtan --appearance is less than 7 or voice Irnpalred. call 711. be pad as prescuibeciby Rca. Law, the property described RECORDED IN THE PUBLIC OF AMERICA. NA..,SUCCESSOR MINUTES 40.ECONDS WEST A.:: ,co;ntacf the days; if you are hearing or
4t 12-4-I,1-18-25-2013 Sta;.'56.27. Thevishclemay Inisucihcertificate or celfi- -RECORDSOFSAIDCOUNTY,IN BY MERGER TO LASALLE BANK DISTANCEOF665,A8FEr;RLN. -AD Cordinatorat(904)54I8- voicelmpdred, caiI l.
1967 beviewedtBf'sTowing,42a cartes wibe sold to the -PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 79. AND NA.), AS TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF THENJCESOUT~f13DERE36, .460 pos 0. at leasf-7,da!s, Dated at FERNANDINA ,
-------------...-S. 8th Street. Fernidna oHghest Bi(;der at~the MAIN RUN NORTH 33 DEGREES 45 OF THE HOLDERS OF THE MINUTES 45SECONDSISA. belo~r~ cejdcott BEACH. Florida this 12 day of
FouitH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 6979,.in accordance with the COUNTY JuDICIAL ANNEX, WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SECURfIESTRUST 2007-4 MORT- THENCE SOUTH 76 DEGRES 34- : p:on recevIng this notfica- /s/Tracy Poore
IN AND FOR Arnericanwith Disabilities Act. -76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE OF DUVAL ROAD (A 60.00 GAGE LOAN PASS-THROUGH -MINUTES 40SECONDS WEST A -tian If the time before the Joh-nA.Crawford
_,NASSAU COUNT1 FLORIDA. persons needing al special F:Lonthe l4th day of iauary, FOOT RIGHT-OF-WA't), A DIS- CERTIFICATES SERIES 2007-4,- DISTANCE OF 150.0 TO THE ached~iedappearanceises CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
CIVIML ACTION accommodation to particl- 2014. between the hours of -TANCE OF 218.02 FEET TO AN Plaintiff, EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE thans7 days; ifyou arehesadng COURT
CAS NO.: 45-2010-CA-D00696 pate in ths proceeding shall 11:00 arm-,and 2:00 p.r. The" IRON.- RUN THENCE NORTH 79 VS. OF GRADED COUNTY ROAD or voice Imnpared cal 711I.- Nassau COUNTY FLORIDA
JPMORGAN CHASE' BANK. contact the individual or Clericaf Cout's Office Poicy s DEGREES 36 MINUTES 20 SEC- JEFFREYMHOYA/KAJEFFREY (A 60.0rFOOT RIGHT-Of-WAY)' 2t12-18-25-2013 -2t 12-18-2-2013
N.A.,. -- agency sending notice not to hold the sale at 11:30am. OND S WEST A DISTANCE OF HaY: et i,,Defendant(s), RUN THENCE 2000 2008
Plaintiff, ate than seven (/) days prior JOHNA.CRAWFORD- 170.O FEET TOAN iRON; RUN NOICE OFACTION SOUTH 13 DE-G-EES36 MIUTES....-......
-Defendantf(s). -Telephoneg904-225-0331. BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin DISTANCE OF 6,36 FEET TO AN SoriaLValez-HoyAKASonslaL RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DS .AND FOR NASSAU'COUNTY DEADINE IS
,PURSUANT TO CHAPTER,45 Bill Leeper, As 3herff of EFPU!IYCLERK ,- DEGREES 37 MINUTES 15SSEC- LastlKnown Residence: 6529 THENCE NORH 76Di-GR-E0834.;;,. CfNO.: 2013-CP-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -Nassau Cou'ntyRorida: :-, - -if you re a erson with a aNDS WEST A DISTANCE OF Spyglass Villas, Femandina IMINUTIES 40 SIDSESF, ,- 2.., DIVIiN.A AT,3PM FOR
Pursuant to a Fina Judgment 4t 12-11-18-25-2013& 1-1-2014 ":-disability who needs any 151.70 FEET TO A CONCRETE Beach, FL 32034 DISTANcEO0F815,48FEET1 RUN -I'NREErStATEOF: -pLTICI(ATION ON
of Foreclsue dated Decemn- 1984 accommodation In Order to MONUMENT AT THE NORTH- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THENCE NORTH 13OEGREES36 CORINNERPFREEMAN 01/01/2014
ben 2, 2013, and entered-hi -..... particpate in tis proceeding, WESTERLY CORNER OF LOT 10 that an action to foreclose a MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST A Deceased.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE State Road No. 200 (AIA), A 11 16,AnArc Length Of 32.56 to hold the sdale at 11:30 a m. W.HODGES 000D0023-O030 96161 Nassou Place, Yulee, FL stormwater managementsysFOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ditonce Of .92 Feet Thence Feet To A Point On A Curve, JOHN A CRAWFORD Last Known Address Along with hose certain 1990 32097. Comments may also tern to serve a development
IN AND FOR NASSAU North 62 degr. 44'58 East, Concave Northwesterly NASSAU gOUNTY UNIKNOWN Homes of Met mobe homes be directed in writing to the known as Tupelo Woods.
COUNTY, FLORIDA ADistanceOf 459.05 FeetToA Having A Radius Of 9,940.75 CLERKOF COURT I alive, and if dead their bearing l.D.#'s Growth Management Th file(s) containing the
GENERAL JURISDICTION Point On A Curve. Concave Feet, A Chord Bearing And BY/sl Rh'oda Good*,sin uiwnspouse children, per- HML2F28252245785A and Department e-rmaldedtoagre- perritoppication(s) ereavcalDIVISION Northwesterly, Having A Radus Distance Of South 62 degrees RHODA GOODWIN, sonad representative.heirs, suc- HML2F28252245785B gorynaossoucountyft.corn or able for inspection Monday
CASE NO. 10000522CAAXYX Of 9,940.75 Feet, A Chord 43'18" West.,9.67Feet,Andhe DEPUTY CLERK cessorsaendcasgns, atpublicsdae, tothehigh- received by telephonelat through Friday, except for
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP Bearing And Distance Of North Point Of Beginning: Thence if you are a person with a You are notified that an est and best bidder for cas at (904)491-7328. All comments District holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 II 62 degrees 37-40- East, 42.23 Southwesterly Along The Arc dsablty who needs any actionto quiet title and for ref- the main entrance to the wil become part of the record p.m. at the District's
Plaintiff, Feet; Thence Northeasterly, Of Said Curve, Through A accorrinmodation in order to ormafion of deed has been NassauCor JudicidAnex in this matter and subject to Headquarters, 4049 Reid St.,
VS. Along The Arc Of Sdd Curve, Centrd Angle Of 00 degrees pcrpatein tts poceedn fled bythe.owner of the red inVuee, orioddainaccordance Rodida'spublic records law. Palatka. FL 32177-2529. You
EDWARD A. NIXON, et.d.i Through A Cenird Angle Of 03'21". AnArc Length Of 9.67 you cre entitled at no cost to property located at 50047SI with Chapter 45, Florida Persops with disabilities may aiso view files at one of Defendant(s). 00 degrees 14'36", An Arc FeetToA Point Of Tangency you tothe provisionof certain 200,Ccadar.FL.32011, Parcel Statutes, Floridaat 11:30a.m. requiringaccommodationsin the District's Service Centers
AMENDED NOTICE OF Length Of 4223 Feet Thence Thence South 62*44'68'West assistance.Pleasecontoctthe ID Number 29-2N-25-0000- on the 29th day of January, orderto participate this pro- but you should call Service
FORECLOSURE SALE South 27-degrees 00'02 East, A Distance Of 80.27 Feet ADACoordinator at (904)548- 0012-0000 in OR Book 1056, 2014 gram or activity should con- Center staff In. advance to.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GWIVEN A Distance Of 10.59 Feet To Thence North 27 degrees 4600 press 0, at !east 7 days page 1865.,EXR/WCase #99- That cy person cdringa tact 491-7328 at least twenty- make sure that the files Cre at pursuant toaFind Judgment The Said Northerly Existing 15'02' West, A Distance Of before your scheduled cout 1163-CA ofthe publcrecords interestinthesurplusfromthe four (24) hoursin advanceto a specific Service Center. of Foreclosure dated Right Of Way Line Of State 25.00 Feet Thence North 62 appecrce, or immediately of Nassa County, Florida and sdale, if any, other than the request such accommoda- Service Center contact inforNovember 25, 2013, and Road No.200 (AIA) Thence degrees 44'58' East, A upon receiving this notifica- you are required to serve a property ownerasofthedate tionr motion is available online at
entered in 10000522CAAXYX South 62 degrees4458"West Distance Of 89.92 Feet; tion if the time before the copy of your written defens- of the eIs pendens must llea THE PUBLJCIS INVITEDTOBE the Circuit Court of the Along Last Said Northerly Thence South 27 degrees schedtied appeaance is less es, if any, to it on CLYDE W. claim within 60 days after the PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A tus/offices.htm. Additionally Fourth Judicial Circuit in and Existing Right Of Way Une, A 18'23" East, A Distance Of than 7 days; it you are hearing DAVIS, Attorney for Plaintiff, sale.. PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL most permit application file for Nassau County, Florida, Distance Of 402.11 Feet To A 25.00 Feet To The Point Of orvoice implred cdl 711. whose address is 960185 WITNESS my hand and sed ANY DECISION MADE BY THE documents can be viewed wherein HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Point On A Curve, Concave Beginning. 4t.12-18-25-2013 & 1-1-8-2014 Gateway Bodevard, Suite 104 of said Court on December BOARD, AGENCY OR COM- online at flortdaswater.
CORP Ill, is the Plaintiff and Northwesterly,HavingARodus Containing 2,248Square Feet, 2012 Femrnandina Beach, Florida 17,2013. MISSIONWITHRESPECTTOANY com/perrnitting/Index.htmi.To
EDWARD A. NIXON' PATSEY E. Of 2832.54 Feet, A Chord More Or Less. ----- 32034,withn thirty (30) daysof JOHNA. CRAWFORD MATTER CONSIDEREDATSUCH obtain information on how to
NIXON: EUSE PHILUPS; Bearing And Distance Of Thistemporary construction IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the first publication of this CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT MEETING OR HEARING HEISHE find did view permit applicaUNKNOWN TENANT(S) are the South 63 degrees 47'01"West, easement shll be for a period FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT notice and file an origlnd with By./s/Tracy Poore WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE tion file documents, go to the Defendant(s). John Crawford 101.24 Feet Thence of seventy-eight (78) months IN AND FOR NASSAU the Clerk of this court either Deputy Clerk PROCEEDINGS AND FOR THAT HELP tab in E-Perrritting and
as the Clerk of the Circuit Southwesterly, Along Said cpmrnencing on the date of COUNTY. FLORIDA before service on Plaintiffs Sidney E. Lewis, PA PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO cick on S.upport and FAQs and
Court will sell to the highest Northerly Existing RightOf Way the good faith deposit. Case No.: Attorney orimmedialely there- Attorney for Plaintiff ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM then follow the directions proand best bidderforcash, Front Une Of State Road No.200 Being Pat Of Tax Parcel 45-2012-CA-00669 after otherwisea default will 300W.AdamsStreet, RECORD OF THE PROCEED- vided under "How to find a 'Entrance, Nassau Judicial (AlA), And Along The Are Of No' 50-3N-27-000-0021-0000 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC be entered against youtforthe Suite 300 INGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD Technicd Staff Report(TSR)or, Annex 76347 Veteran's Way, Said Curve, ThroughACentra & 50-3N-27-0000-0021-0030 Plaintiff, relief demanded in the com- Jacksonville, Florida 32202 INCLUDESTHETESTMONYAND other application-file docu- '
Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 AM Angle Of 02 degrees 02'52', A petition In eminent v plaint or petition. (904)-355-9003 EVIDENCE UPON WHICH ments.'
onJanuary8,2014thefollow- AnArcLengthOf101.24Feet domain has been filed to DANELO'BRIEN ANYANDALL Witnessmyhandandthesedal 2t 12-25-2013&.1-1-2014 APPEALISTOBEBASED. The decision on permit
ing described property as set To The Point Of Beginning. acquire certain property inter- UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING of tthirCourt on this 10 day of 2017 The Planning and Zoning applications will be made at forth in said Find Judgment, Containing 5,215 Square estsin Nassau County, Florida. BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND December, A.D.2013 ------- Board and the Board of the District's Service Center
to wit Feet; More Or Less. Each defendant is required AGANSTTHE HEREIN NAMED JOHNA.CRAWFORD BOARD OF COUNTY County Comrmissioners may. where the application is.
TRACT SEVEN (7), BLOCK Being A Part Of Tax Parcel to serve written defenses to INDiVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) As Clerk of the Court COMMISSIONERS continue hearings onthis mat- processed. A substantial NINE (9), YULEE WOODS SEC- No's 50-3N-27-0000-0021- the petition on petitioner'sO WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE By:/s/ MeganSawyer NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA ter. objection to a permit appllTION IlL ACCORDING TO THE 0000 & 50-3N-270000-0021- attorney, whose name and DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHERSAID As Deputy Clerk INVITATION TO BID (ITB) Daniel B. Looeeper, Chair cation must be made in writPLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED 0030 address re shown below, on UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY Date of Ficrqt. ubllc .tion-, NOTICE tS HEREBY GIVEN Nassau County Bocard of ing and filed with (received
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 239 SecticnNo.74060 State or before January3, 2014 and CLAIMAN INTERESTASSPOUS- December25,2013 that the Board of Coonty County commissioners by) the Bureau Chief, Bureau
AND 240, OF THE PUBULC RoadNo.200(AA)Nassau to file the orlginai of the ES, HEIRS,DEVISEES,GRANTEES,' 4t 12-25-201-3&1 -8-152014: Commissioners of Nassau ThomasFord Chair ofRegulatorySupport'RO.Box
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- County deferises with the clerkof this OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; AND 2014 County, Florida invites seded Nassau County Plihing and 1429, Palatka, FL 32178-1429,
TY FLORIDA ERNo.2107123 court either before service on THEHOMEOWNERS'ASSOCIA- ------ bids for Zoning Board or by e-mall at application- ,,
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- Parcel No.708 petitioner's attorney or imme- TION OF TIMBERCREEK, INC NOTICE OF APPLICATION NASSAU COUNY SHERIFF'S 2t 12-25-2013 & 1-1-2014, whin .
TAIN 1992 FLEE DOUBLEWIDE Temporary Construcion dlately thereafter, showing Defendant(s). FOR TAX DEED OFFICE. 2020 14 days of notification of the
MOBILE HOME ID. # Easement what right title, interest or lien NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN INTERIOR ALTERATIONS .......... application. Please include z
GAFLN35BO5571HS AND ID # A temporary. construction defendant has in or to the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That US BANKC/F FLDUNDEE BID NO.NC 3-054 NOTICE OF PUBLUC MEETING either the Permit Application GAFLN35AO5571HS AND TITLE easement for the purpose of propertydescribedinthepeti- pursuantto an Order of Finad' LIEN PROJECT DESCRIPTION The South Amrelia Island numberortheProjectName n.
#'S 63016800 AND 63016801. tying in and harmonlzing said ton and to show cause why Summary Judgment of T e holdero Thefollowingcer, Thisprojectconsistsof minor ShoreStabllzationAssodallotn. the objection. Notification of Any person claiming an property and the driveways, should not be Foreclosuie dated December stifcateh led scidedfi- Inteilor alterations for the inc.will hold Board of Trustees the application Is either the Interest In thesurplus from the walkways, etc., thereon with taken. for the uses an pur- 5, 2013, entered In QMI Case cae( ) ee dto c .CountySherff'sOffle i orin ,Fr Janua.r~0 fifth day afterthe dat on sale, if any, other than the the contru*lon to be under- poses setforth In the petition. No.45-2012-CA-000669of the .issued +0 nhcertlificate l7o6ed" at 76I0 obby 20T4 af3:O Qp.m. htheAmela \whlah the written notice Is~ propertyownerasof the date taken by the Department, n If any defendantfallsto do so, Circuit Court of the Fourth numbe(s)' and year' of Moore Circie,,Yulee, Florida Island Management Confer- deposiei in the U.S. mcl (for of the Is pendens must fie a State Road No.200(A A) adja- a default will be entered Judicial Circuit in and for issuancethe t desdption.of 32097,- ence Room, 5440 First Coast those persons who receive Claim within 60 days after the cent thereto, In, upon, over against that defendant for the Nassau County Florlda where- propty- rnd name(s) In' .'for detailed information Highway, Aela Island, orida. actual notice by U.S. mail), the sale. and through the following relief demanded in the peti- in the Clerk of the Court will which itis assessed areasfol- regarding the bid due date' Persons with sablilitiesrequir- day *he notice Is e called (for
Dated this 11 day of described land in Nassau tion. sell to the highest bidder for lows: '. and, bid requrements for this Ingaccommodatiosn order those persons who receive
December, 2013.; CountyFlorlda, viz PLEASETAKE NOTICEthata cash on 8 day of January, Rile Nurlsb 2013051-TD ... TB, please visit the Nassau to pate in program actua.notice byemal)orthe.
John Crawford Paort'A' declaration of taking has 2014"at 11:30 a.m. at the Certilicate Number: 390 0' County's websit '. at or t slshould cl 19044 2- date the notice Is published o
As Clerk of the Court A PartOfLot 1, Block 3,AndA been fled in this cause and NassauJudicial Annex. Nassau Parcel Number 1723 at-least- 24 .pours In in the newspaper (If octsal ; By:/s/ Megan Sawyer Part Of Sill MeadowsAvenue( that petitfioner wil apply for an County Courthouse, 76347 33-1N'24-2052-.025-0000. m or contact the Contract advance to request such notice is not provided by U.S.
As Deputy Clerk A 60.00 Foot Right of, Way order of taking and any other Veterans Way, YUlee, Florida Ye .aof Issu .e 2011 Mnagerfent Departmentat accommodation. mall or emoDl). A "substantial
I IMPORTANT Closed By Official Records orderthe court deems proper 32097; In accordance with DescrlptionorToperl.' LO 9U491-7377. BId Information 2t 12-25-2013 & 1-1-2014 objection' means a written
If ou area person with a Book 788, Page 495 Of The before the Honorable Bran )J. Chapter 45 Florda Statutes, 25 9O 62/1041 THE PINES Is also available at 2021 s tatement directed to the,
disability who needs any Public Records Of Nassau Davis, one of the Judges of relative .to the following #3,5.32' '' b3l,-/[(www -i---'. Dstrict that identifies the
accommodation In order to CountyFlorida). Lying withIn thisCourt on January 7,2014 described propery as setforth A"eTo: '1 A : IN THECIRCUITCOUTOFTHE object orconcems hydrologic
pcrtilpateinthisproceeding, CA. SnowiallsSubdMslonAs at 11:00 arm., (30 minutes inthFialmJudgment to wit: T6M rFDBUILDERSLLC JO iN.CRAWFORD FOURTH JUDICIA.L CIRCUT, or environmental Irpactsof you re entitledat no costto Recorded iht Bodk 1,Page reserved) in Chambers atthe LOT 168 OF TIMBER.CREEK AltI .. OFe E EICIO CLERK., IN AND FOR ASSAU the proposed activity, and
youtotheprovilrionof certain 16,OfT hdSd PubllcRecords Historic Nassau County PLANTATION' PHASE, ONE, Iocatedn'sau County I. D1ANIEL B. LEEPER 'COUNTY FLORIDA relates to appilcabe rule cr
assistance Pleasecontactthe Of NasauCountyFlorldca;Also Courthouse,416CentreStreet ACCORDING TO THE PLAT tfhStat1Nda,:. CHAIR CASENO;.2013- SCA-47 t terla. If the District receives
ADACoordinator at (904)548-. Beng A Part Ofl heHeirsOfE. Fb inandinaBeagh, Florida.All THEREOF AS. RECORDED IN U II'cr id s)4 BOARD OF-COULNTY Di IONA timely substantial objectlron
,4600 press 0, at least 7 days Waterman Mill Grant,Section. defndants to this 'suit may PLAT BOOK 6,, PAGE(S) 394 bere M& according to COMMISSIONERS'. ,.CBCNAfO BAN subcce p fromyo thernyouwillreceive i before your Acheduled court 44, Township 2 North, Range request ahearing atthe time THROUGH 398, OF THE PUBLIC Law ,fthNiArSSA described NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA sorbymergeroFIRST ATION. written notice of the Distrtict's appearance, or Immediately 27Easts, as.a. t ilda, nd placedesignqed'ndbe RECORDSOF NASSAU COUN- in sucto6'hfrtllc Iateore,. t 125-2013 L BANK OF NASSAU COUN- Intended decisionontheperupon receiving this notifica- Beirng More cuar[itJcly heard at the tim and place 'TFLORIDA. c' catesWillI'b-sild -o.t 2018 TY thitaplicaion,
tion if the time before the ", Desribe AiFollow. .- designatedand beheadd.Arn y Any person claiming an HlgfstBIddfcithe M ''- Piritif You are advised to h ti
scheduled appearance iess Commence' 'At The defendant falling to file a interest In the surplus from the ENT A E'ENs INTE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE S. "' the DIstrict v4thn 14 days
than 7 days; if you are hearing Northeasterly Corner Of The reques'fohearingshall waidve sale, If any,. other than the CO4 I L NE T JUDICIALCIRCUIT EARLY IMPRESSIONS DEVELOP- notification of the applidaorvoiceimpaired, cait711. Heirs Of E..Wqterman fill any right to object to the prdpertyowinerasofthedate I 76347 VETIIW UE NANDFORNASSAU MENTCENTER/.INC. a'Flida tion(s) if youhave questions,
t 12-18-25-2013 Grant, Section 4, Township 2 Order of Taking. of the Us Pendens mustfile a FLonthe 2thdayof Juary, COUTY.'FLORIDA corporation; objectiors,commens,orinfor2009 North, Range 27 East, Nassau WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL claim within 60 days after the 2014, between the hours of CIVI DMSION. E.S.BONV&ASSOCIATES ,JNC., mationregardingthe.activity
----.-- CountyFl, orida ThenceSouth of this Court on the 4 day of' sale. 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The. CASENO. 13-00I75-CA-XYX a dissolved Florida corpora- proposed in the permit oppli- 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 43degrees24'05"WestAlong December,2013.'/ AMERICANS WITH ClerkofCourt'sOf e Policy is BANK OF AMERICA N.Af., -on; COASTAL BU LDlNGSYS- cation. If you make a written
SFOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Southeasterly Line Of Said JOHNCRAWFORD DISABILITIES ACT. to hold the sale at 11:30a".m. PlIntff. TEMSOF AMELAC, Ia Florida requestotheDistrictfor add
IN AND FOR NASSAU Section 44 A Distance Of CLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT If you are a person with JOHNNA. CRAWFORD vs. -: corporation; and K ALAN tioond information regarding a
COUNTY, FLORIDA,. 510.37 FeetToTheCenterline NASSAUCOUNTY, FLORIDA disability who. needs any NASSAUCOUNT. NQRMA J. FISpHER A/K/A' KILLENR an in Ividual; BLACK' specific perAitappildtion, 4
CASE NO.: 13CA-69$ Of Survey Of State RoadNo. By/s/Megan Sawyer accommodation In order to CLERK OtCOURT NORMAJEAN FISCHER A/K A ROCK, CROSSING,. .LLC, a youwllMbepro0ldedan pporParcels 104/70a .200 (AA) Per Florida Deputy Clerk ,. participate in this proceeding, BY /S/. Rhoda Goodwin NORMA JlAN OLDA-KER; ET Florida limited liablity com- tunity to obtain 1the available
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- Departmentf Transpotaffor 2t 12-18-25-2013 ,you are entitled, at no cost o RHODAg.OOWiN; AL '' pany. information. Please-note that
_ MENT OF TRANSPORTATON, Right Of Way Map Section 2010 you, theprovision of certain DEPUTYCLERK DefendanTs Defendants. fling a writtenobjection does
Petitioner, 74060,ERNo.2107123); Thence -------...' assIstance Please contactthe 'If you area person with a NOTICE OF ACTION ,-NOTICEOF h' not erititle youY to a Chapter
VS. North 62'degret'44'58 East NOTICE OF APPLICATION ADA Coordinator at(904)548- disability who needs any, To the folloi nDefenciants:, FORECLOSURE SALE 120, Florida Statutes,, adnlnlsMEADOWS INCORPORATED,a Departing Said Seption Line. FORTAX DEED- 4600 press 0, atleast 7 clays accommodation In orderptO -. RYAN SFISCHER A/K/A 'NOTICt IS HEREBY GIVEN trative hearing
G6orgia Corporation; WELLS Along Said Centerline Of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN before your scheduled pourt participate in this proceeding, RYAN SCOTT FISCHERA/K/A that, pursuant to a Summary Notice of intended (proFARGO BANK N.A., successor Survey Of State Road No. 200 That US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE appearance, or immediately you are entitled, at ribn "R AN FISCHER Judgment of Foreclosure posed) Distlct Declsi~r.wi l e by merger with Wachovia (A1A);, ADistance Of 30.64, ULEN, upon receiving this notifica- you totheprovislonofcertain (LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE- entered in the above-cap- provided topersobnswho have
Bank N.A., f/k/a First Union' FeThirceNorth27degrees Theholderbfthefollowingcet- tion if the time before the assistance. Plecse ontactthe 46176 INGLEHAM CIRCLE,, tioned action, on December ,reqedividt d notce,~A National Bntk, TH UNITED -,15'021 West Departing Said tificate(s) has filed aidcertial- scheduled ceesless ADA Coordindtor CAL.AHAN. 21) the 2m',eqwleItelI te'qu
STATES POSTALSERVICE, AVIVA Centerline Of Survey of State cate(s)for the tax Sleei tobe fTI "c]-.y ru ering 4600 press at I YOU ARE that tr loc W In Idss(a C LIFEANDANNUITY COMPANY, Road- No 200 (A]A),. A issued thereon.Thecertificate orvoice impairedpall,711. before your scheuke4.3cqurt action for Foreclosure of Fliida andcdescrib d ,. an lowa Corporation. f/k/a DistanceOf56.83 FeetToThe number(s). and year of Phone -(904) 548-4909 appearance, or Immediately Mortgage on the following EXHIBIT"A" m Ust berece Te
AmerUs Ufe InsuranceCo Norherly EIsting Right OWay Issuance; the description of Fax -(904)548-4949 upon receiving this notifica- described property: ALL hat certain lot piece or -Districts Breau Chie Bureupony, an Iowq Corporation, LineOf Said ,State Road No. property and name(s) in TTD/TTY- Diat 711 tfion If the time before, the LOT- 97, AMHURST OAKS. parcel of land situated, lying of RegulatorySupportpr to-.. successorbyr mergerwithand .200 (AlA) (A Variable Width whig hltis assessed are as fol- E-Mail-, scheduled appearance wiless ACCORDING TO 'THE PLAT and being In the City of. the clatethe ptice of intend- 'into indianapolis Life nstaonce- Right"OfWay): Thende North lowS. cale i s s cerkc0n tha7 7days if you are heartrig RECORDED IN.PLAT BOOK 7, Femandin Beach, (forgierly ed rcosed),lDistrictdsio r.
Company. an Indiana 13 degrees 39' 18 West File Number: Dcit at.FEIRNANDINA or voice impaled. call711. PAGE(S) 80,ASRECORDEDIN- named Fermadina) County Is generated., :
Corporation; and JOHN M. Deparing LastSaid Northerly 2013-04TD BEACH Florida this 6 day of 4t 12,25-2013 & 1-1-8-16-2014 THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- of Nassau and State of Florida Margaret pariqs,
DREW Nassau Codhty Tax Existing PlghtOf\Way Line, A' Certificate Number:- Deceii60er 2013. 2015 SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a and being further described Bureau Chief:
Collector; Diance Of 892 Feet; Thence 1841 //Amanda Stea -------- 45176 Ingleham Circle, according to the official map Bureau Of l regulatory Support
Defendants. North 62 degrees,44'58" East, Parcel Number: John A. Crawford NOTICE OFAPPCATION Callaan.FL.32011 :or plat of sad Cly (as lithfo- SfJonsiiverWat'er
NOTICE OFACTION IN A Distance 0111Q28 Feet To 05-2N-274292-0020-0000 CLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT FORTAX DEE hasbeernfiled againstyou graphed and issued by the Management Distric
EMINENT DOMAIN AND ThePointO Begilning Thence Year of Issuance: Ncssas COUNTYFLORIDA,,- NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN andyouarerequirdtoserve Florida. RalroadCompanyin '09ReidStreet ,
NOTICE OF HEARING North27degrees1502"West 2011 2t12-18-25-2013 That US BANK CIF FL DUNDEE acopyofyourwrittendefes 1857 and enlarged, revised Palatka, FLA 32177-2529
OF .OlSTRUCTIVE SERVICE A Distance 0110,090 Feet; Description of Property: LOT 1997 .LIEN es, if any to if, upon Heller & and reissued by the Florida (386)3294570 '
SOFPROCESS Thence North 62 degrees 20 (EXS-i) IN OR 1511/804 ----------- The holder of thefollowing ce- ZIonUPAlottomrneysfor Plaintiff, Town improvement Coripacy 111225-2013 ''
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 44'58" East, A Distance Of FLOOD ACRES #2 UNR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR tificate(s) hasfiled said cerfli-1 whose address Is 142 Brickell in 188V and 19P1) as Lot 23;. 2023
To ali said def ndants who are 51.50 Feet;, ThenceSouth 27 Assessed To: NASSAU COUNTY, cate(s)forthetax deedto be Avenue SuIte 700, Miaml,.FL and 4 in Block 12 .
living, and if any or all defen- degrees 1502' East, 'A CHARLES R LEONARD FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Issued thereon, 1e certificate 33131; eosgnated .Email This propertys more comn- NOTICE OF PUBLICHEARING dants are deceased, -the. Distance Of .10.00 Feet All of the above property Is FILE NO i3-CP-302 numberss)'. and year of. Address,r monly known as 112 South 3'., INOTICEIS HEREBY ~IVEN unknown spouse, heirs,. Thence South 62 degrees locatedin'Nassau County, In -DIVISION: B I ssuance, the description of on beforeJanuary 31;,2014 Street,- Fernandina Beacdh, tha: the Board of County 4
devisees; grantees, creditors, 44'58" West, A Dlstdnce Of the State of Florida. IN RE; ESTATE OF UPSHAW C. property, anc d nare(s) in which Is within thirty Florida. 32034 and has a cair commissioners of'.- Nassau,lienors, or other parties claim- 51.50 Feet To The Point Of Unless such certficatp(s)shall BENTLEY JR., which it'is assessed are as fol- (30) days water tie first pubil-. rent Parcel ID No.: of 0000-31- Co0ty, Florlda will conduct a Ing by, through, undbr or Beginning., be redeemed according to Deceased. lows: -calonofthisNotcenirtheTHE 1800-0012002 alongwiththe public hearing on Monday,
against any such deceased Containing 515 Square Feet, Law,,the property described NOTICE TO CREDITORS File Number 2013052-TD NEWS LEADERard ille the orlg- personal property Isted -In January 13, 2014 at 7:0od p.m. defendant or defendanIts if More Or Less. In such certificatee or certifi- The administration of the Certificate NUmber: 391 Ind with thClerkof his Court composite Exhibit 'A" and n accordance with secalive, and, if dead, their ALSO cates :will be sold to the estate of UPSHAW C. BENTLEY, Parcel Number: either before service :.on attached to the Summary tion336.71(2), Floraa( Statures,
unknown -spouse, heirs, Part 'B' Highest Bidder at the MAIN JR., deceased, RFile Nurmber 13- 33-IN-24-2052-0026-0000 Plaintiffs attorney r immredl- Judgment of Foreclosure. thefolowlng informallonis pro
devisees; legatees, grantees, A Part Of Lot 3, Block1,Arid Lot ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU'. CP-302, Is, pending In the Year of issuance: 2011 ately thereafter, dtherwse a at public sale, to the Ngh- .vided related to the purpose creditors.lIlenors, or, other par- 3, Block Z And A .Part Of COUNTY JUDICIAL,'ANNEX, Circuit Court for Nassdu. Description of.Properly LOT defcaulttwil be.entered against .estndbestbidderforcashat and Intent of the public hearties claiming by, through' Skencer Lane-.AA60.00 Foot 76347 VETERANSWAY YULEE County, Florldd, Probate 26 IN OR 1639/645 EX R/W you-northerelef demanded 1n the front door of the Nassau Ing: PROJECT: Proposed cbnUnder, of againstany such RightOfWdy Now Closed By FLonthe21stdayfJainuary, Diyision, the address of which CASE#03i319-CATHEPINES#3 thecompl(ilnt. CountyJudicaiAnnex,Yulee, struptlon of extension )of deceased defendant or Officlaj Recordsi aook 788,. 2014, between the.hours of Is Nassau County CoLuithouse, PB5/331-332. .If you.are a person with a Florida in Nassau County, Commerce Bodevard to Stole defendardst a-rnd cilltoher per- Page 45- The' Pbi 1100 a.m.'dd 2:00. n.The 76347Veterans'WaySuifte 456, AssessedTo: disablity wh needs any 'Flbidda In accordancewith Road 200/A1A and comec-'
tieshavingorcldrrlngto have Records Of Nassau County, Clerkof Court'sOfflce Policyis Yulee, Florida 32097. The TOM FORD BUILDERS LLC accommodallon In order to Chapter 45, Florida Statutes, tion of Flora Parke entrance arny right,tileorl nterestnand Florida), Lying Within C.A. to hold the sade at 11:30 am. names and addresses of the All of the abqve property is participateirithis proceeding Florida atl :30,a.m.on the 30 to said intersections; ESTIMATED to described in Snowballs Subdivision, As JOHN A. CRAWFORD ,personal.representative', and located In NassauCorty, in you re entitld cost to day of January2014; COST: $,800,00.0 PURPOSE thePetitionto-wit RecordedinPloatBookl;Page NASSAU COUNITY ,CLERK OF thepersondirepresentative's the State of Florida. you,totheprovisionoferdn : Any person claiming-an. OF HEARING: to consider
Itemn#2107123 15 Of The Public Records Of COURT attorney ae set forth below. Unless suchcertrficate(s)shall assistance.Plececontactthe interest In the surplus from the whether it is in the public interI fT -,j redeeme h codn Mo ADA C loordnt.actinh-sa yohrtaiee oacptarpoab.
Parcels 104/708'. Nassau Courty Floriida,sAlso BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTI- wbe redeemed according to ADA Coordintfor -at brtin-. saleit Ofny other than the. est to accepta proposal bySR 200 (AIA)-NASSAU Being A Part Of Section. 4, RHODA GOODWIN, DEPUTY FIED THAT: Law, the property described irpcol~net Or (904)630-2564'prprty owner gs at the date Vilages of Amello. UC to conCOUNTY Township 2 .North Range 27 CLERK .., All creditors of the dece- "in such'certificate or 'certifi- at lea st 7 days before your of th lis pendens must file a strict said project asa public
Secion No.74060 State East, Nassau County Forida,. if ou are a person with a dent and other persons having cafes will be sold to the scheded coirtapperancde, claimwihir 60 days after the' private partnership and to Road No.200 (AIA) Nassau Being More Particulcrly disability who needs any claims or deniands against Highest Bidder. t the MAIN or immediately rlpon recelv- sale. enter into an agreement putCounty DesribedAs Follows accommodation in order to decedent'sestateonwhoma ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Ingithisp oflcationifthelme" Dated: Decenmbe.18, 2013. suant thereto Themeeting-.
EPNo.2107123 Cormrmence At TheNorth. patilpateinthisproceding, copy of this nolicelis served COUNTY ,IUDICIAL ANNEX, beforetscheduedappecr- JOIINACRAWFORD wil beheldintheCommIIossin
Parcel No.104 westerly CorerOf Sectiorn4 ypu are entitled, at nocostto" must file their claims with this 76347 VETERANS WAY YUI.EE,' ance islesstharn7'days; if you AsCierk of the Circuit Court Chambers, located in the"
Fee Siple' Township 2 North, Range 27- youio the provision of certath Court WITHIN THE LATER OF FLonthe28thdayofJanury, areheaingqrvoicelmpaired, B/s/Tracy Poore JamesS.Page Governmental,
A Part Of Lot 3. Block 1, Lots,2 East, Nassau County, Florida assstance.Please contact the THREEMONTHSAFTER THE DATE 2014, between their hours of cal 711. J 'As Deputy Clerk Complex,96135NassaPlace, &3, Block2,Lots'1&2,Block3; Thence North 88 degrees ADACoordinatorat(904548- OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 11:00a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The -WITNESS my hand and the- NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS Yuee, Rorida.-'AndA Part Of-Still Meadows '4716" East,. Along the 4600 press 0,.at least 7 days NOTICEORTHIRTYDAYSAFTER ClerkofCoufsOfficePolicyis sealofthisCourtthi17dayof -.... WITH ADISABILITY. Copies ofthe professional, Avenue (A 60,00 Foot RIghtOf NortherlyLine Of Sold Sectionr before your scheduled court THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A .to.hold the ale at 11 30 a.m. December2013. individuals with dlsablities engineer's cost estimate will: Way' Closed 'Per Official -4,A Vlistance Of 366.37 Fet appearance, or immediately COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON JOHN .CIAWFORD JOHN CRAWFORD who need a reasonable be available fourteen days:
'Records Book 788, Page 495, ToTheCenterlhe Of Suv 'Of upon receIving this notifica- THEM. NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT accommodation to partici- prlor to the public hearing by
Of The Public Records .Of State Rbad-No. 200 (AlA) Per tion. if the time before the" 'Aliother creditors of the CLERtOF'COURT By;,/s/Megan Sawyer pate in this proceeding are- contacting: Nassau County Nassau County, Florday AndA Florida Department Of scheduled appearance is less decedent and persons hay- BY/S/ Rhoda Goodwin As Deputy Clerk e entitled, atnrp cost, to the pro- Contract Management ofles Part Of Spencer Lane,.(A60.00 Transportation Right Of Way tha n7days;Ifyouareheaing ingddmsord~tnandsagdnst : RHODAGQORWIN, -. 2t12-25-2013 & 1-T-2014 vision of cettain assistance. 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 6,. Foot Right Of Waly, Closed Per Map Section 74060, ER No, or voice impaired, cat 711. the decedent's estate must' DEPUT'CLERK 2019 Pleasecontact Deputy courtt Yrlee, Rorida 32097, orbyteleOfficial Rehords. 6ook 788, 2107123; Thence South 60. 4t 12-18-25-2013.& 1-1-8-2014 file their claims with this Court if you'are 'hpersorWiha --------inisIratorJosephG.Stelma phoheat(904) 491-7377,or by
Page 495 Of .The Public degrees; 35'8" West, 2011 WIHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER disabilIty ,who needs" any NOTICE OF INTENTION .' of Court.AdminlsIrtor office emil to cyoung@nasRecordsOfSaid oudly) Lying.' 'Departirg ~ad Section Une, .- ----------. THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA- accommddtion in order to TO CONSIDER at904/2551695Duval ounty. '
In C.A. Snowballs Subdivilork Along Said Centerlne Of NOTICE OFAPPlICaTION TIONOF THIS NOTICE. participateinthisproceeding, ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE Courthouse, Room ,621.3, THE PUBLIC ISIINVITEDTOBE As Recorded in-Plat Bopk I, Survey Of State Road No. 200 FORTAX DEED ALL CLAIMS AND. DEMANDS you are entitled, at no costto Ncsco County.proposesito Jacksonlle, Florda 322024Ot, PRESENT AND BE HEARD,.IF A: Pagel5OfThePublcRecocls (AlA), A Distance Of 17.23 NoTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN OT'SOFILEDWILLBE FOREV- you,itotheproisloiotcertdn1 amend.the Nassau Coynty laterthanseven(7)dayspriot'. PERSONDECIDES TO,,APPEAL Of Sdd Nassautounty Rorida- Feet To-A Point On'A Curve, ThatUS BANK C/F FL DUNDEE ER BARRED. ,assstancePleasecontactthe Land Development 'e. by to the proceedlngIfyoticre ANY DECISION MADE BY THE I Also Being Part Of Section4,. Concave Northwesterly, UEN The date'of first Publication ADA Coordnator at (904 548- adopting .the following hearing or voice Impaired, BOARD, AGENCY OR COMAnd A Part Of The Heirs OfI,. HasIng 'Radius Of 5,705.58 Theholder of thefolowing cer- of this Notice is December25, 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Ordinance: please call 1-800-955-8771" MISSIONWITH RESECTTOANY Waterman Mll Grant,Seclon Feet, A Chord Bearing And ificate(s) hasflied said certifi- 2013. before'your, scheduled court AN ORDINANCE OF THE (IDD); or 1'800-955-8770 (V), MATfER CONSIDEREDATSUCH
44, Township 2 North, Range Distance Of South 61 degrees cate(s)for the tax deed to be Attorney for Personal appearance, or immediately BOARD OF.COUNTY COMMIS- via Florida Relay Service. MEEING OR.HEARING, HE OR 27 East. Sdd Nassau County, 40'28",.West, 21409 Feet; issued thereon.The certificate Representative: upon receiving this notifica- SIONERS OF NASSAU COUNIM 2 12-25-2013 & 1-1-2014 SHE WILL NEED'A RECORD OF:. Florda Being More Parlicoarly Thence Southwesterly Along number(s) and year of KATHRYN KNEE, Esquire tion if the time before the FLORIDA AMENDING THE 2022 THE PROCEEDINGS,ANDTHAT,.
Described As Follows: Said Centerline Of Survey'Of Issuance, the description of Florida Bar No.: 849571 scheduledappearanceisless CODE OF ORDINANCES -- FORSUCH PURPOSE, HE OR!
Commence At The StateRoadNo.200(AlA),And property, and nrame(s) in KATHRYN KNEE, RA. than7dayiftyou .cherig AMENDING SECTION 5.07(D) THEST.JOHNSRIVERWATER SHE MAY NEEDTO ENSURETHAT
Northeasterly Corner Of The Along The Arc Of'Sald Curve, which it is assessed are as fol- 1027 South 8th Street r voicelmpied;cdlI11 OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT DISTRICT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE Heirs Of .E. Waterman Mill Through A Central Ar'gle Of- lows Femandina Beach, FL 32034 4t 12-25-2013 & 1-1-8-15-2014 CODE. PREUMINARY BINDING (DISTRICI) GIVES PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,Grant; Section 44,Township 2 02 degrees'09'00", An Arc RleNumber: -(904)491-1781V 2016 SITE PLAN PROCESSES: PRO- -NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF THE WHICH RECORD INC.UDESTHE
North, Range 27East, Nassau Length Of 214.10 Feet To A. 2013-050-TD- Personal Representative: ---------- VIDING FOR FINDINGS: PRO- FOLLOWING. TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE.
County, Rorida Thence South Point Of Tangency; Thence Certificate Number: ELBERT N.WHITMIRE, III IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN VIDING FORSEVERABIUIY; AND PERMIT APPLICATIONSS: UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS, 44degrees2405"West, Along South62degrees44'58"West, 388 2500 Daniel's Bridge Road. -"AND FOR. ROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE ERP Permit Appllcations TO BE BASED.
TheSoutheasterlyUneOfSaid Along Said Centerline Of Parcel t jmber: Building 200, Suite 3A NASSAU COUNw. RIDA DATE. -The Nora H. Rowe Living Trust The Board of County
Section 44 A DIstance Of Survey Of State Road No.200 33-1N-24-2051-000A-0000 Athens, GA 30606 CASE N.:iT3CA205" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and The biome Rowe Living Commissionersmaycontinue
51037 Feet To The Centerine (AIA),A Distance 0138.50 Feet Year of issuance: '2t 12-25-2013 &'1-1-2014 U.S. BANid lONAIAT ASOCI- that the PlRaning and Zoning. Trust, pO Box 836, Femandina hearings on this matter. Of Survey Of State Road No. Thence North 27 degrees 2011 .2013 ATION ASDJNiIft TRUSTEE Board of Nassau County will Beach, FL 32035, application Individuals with disabilities'
200 (AIA) Per Florida 15'02" West, Departing Said Description of Property.- FOR SPRINGLEAF MORTGAGE conductapublic hearing on #ND-089-136504-1.Theproject needing a reasonable:
Department Of Transportation Centerline Of Survey Of State TRACT' PT OR 1462/1041 EX IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, LOANTRUST2012-1' Tuesday, January 7,.2014 at is located in Nassau County accommodation to particlRight Of Way Map Section Road No.200(Al ),A Distance R/W CASE #03-319-CA THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Plaintiff, I 7:00 PM regarding the pro- Sections 3and 5,Township: 2 pate inthis proceeding should
74060. FPNo.2107123; Thence Of 54.00FeetToTheNorlhery MNES #2 PB5/128-129 IN AND FOR NASSAU VS. posed ordinance. Also the North,t-ange:28 East, Sctlon: contact the Office of the Ex-North 62 degrees-44'58" East, Existing Right Of Way Line Of Assessed To: COUNTY. FLORIDA DIANA JEAN LLOYD, et al. Nassau County Board of 0, Townstp: South, Range: 30 Officio Clerk to the Board of'
DepartingSaid Section Line, SidStateRoadNo.200(AIA) TOMFORDBUILDERSLLC CASENUMBER:2013-CA-689 Defendants. County Commissioners will East, and includes 30.1806 CountyCormissonersatlecastAlong Said Centeline Of (A Variable Width Right Of All of the above property is DMSION:A NOTICE OF SALE hold a public hearing' on acres., The Environmental seventy two (72) hours prlor to
Survey Of-State Road No.200 Way); 'Thence North 27 located in Nassau County In KATHLEEN L KEEN, As Trustee Noticeisherebygiventhat, Monday, February 10, 2014at Resource-Permit application the proceeding at (9.Q4) 548(AlA), A Distance Of 30.64 degrees 00'02" West, the State of Florida. of THELEUZABETH M.KEENTRUST,' pursuanttoanorderorafinal 7:00 PM. The public hearings is for construction- of a 4660, or, if the' hearing; Feet Thence'North 27 degrees Departing Said Northerly Unless such certIficate(s) shall U/T/D May 16, 2002, Judgment of foreclosure wilI be held at the James S. stormwater management sys- Impared, Rorida Reay.ervice 15'02" West, Departing Said Existing RightOf Way Une Of 'be redeemed according to Plaintiff, entered 'in the above-cap- Page Governmental tern to serve a development' at 1-800-955-8770 (v)ot 1-800-:
Centerline Of Surveyof State State Road No. 200 (AA), A Law, the property described vs. toned action, I will sell the CornPlex,96135Nassau Place, known asThe Dunes, 955-8771(TDD).
Road No. 200 (AlA), A Distance Of 10.59 Feet To A In such certificate or cerifi- MAUDE HODGES. K. W. property stated in-Nassau Hulee, Florida 32097. Kyle Davis 1633 San Marco ATTEST: Distance Of 55.83feet To The Point On A Curve, Concave cafes will be sold' to the HODGES, and all of their Coung,,Florlda, described as: All interested parties are Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 322Q07., BOARD OF COUNTY NortherlyF~isfngRightOfWay Northwesterly, Having Radius Highest Bidder at the MAIN unknownheirs,successors,per- EAST IALFOFTHEWESTHALF invited to attend the pubic application #ND-089 136505- COMMISSIONERS 9 .. Line Of Said State Road No. Of 9,940.75 Feet, A Chord ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU sonal representatives, adrmin- OF PR RTY GOVERNMENT hearings and to be heard. 1. The project is Iocatedhrih. OFNASSAU COUN Y FLO.IDA 200 (AIA)(A Variable Width Bearing And Distance Of 'COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, istratorscreditors and assigns, LOT 3,EION 32 INPART OF Coples of the proposed Nassau County, Sectia' 'T~, /s/JOHNA. CRAWFORD Right Of Way), And The Point South62degrees36'00West, 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, and ail those who may claim GLOTINOR590 Ordinances and supporting Township: 1 North. Rane :24 Its: Ex-Officiol erk Of Beginning; Thence North 32.56 Feet; Thence FL on the 21st day of January, by, through orunderthem. PG 788 :R360288-R360289 1 information are available for East, and includes 77.1604i BY: /s/ BARRYV.HOLLOWAY. 13 degrees 39'18" West: Southwesterly Along The Arc 2014, between the hours of Defendants. ACRE MORE OR LESS IN NAS- Inspection in the office of the acres. The Environmental its: Charman .
Departing Said Northerly Of Said Curve, Through A 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The NOTICE OF ACTION SAU COUNTY Nassau County Growth Resource Permit application it 12-25-2013
Existing Right Of Way Line Of Central Angie Of 00 degrees ClerkofCourt'sOfficePolcyis TO- MAUDEKHODGESandK. TAX MAP REFERENCE32-2N-28- Management Department, is for construction of d 2024

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":.) AwesomeviewofEgan'sCreek& ortCSlich Cottage Estate Sale Brick home 2BR/2BA Nice 3BR/2BA Ocean View bome, obscrvaSt Park. Single family estate lot adjacent to Close to the Beach and Downtown, 400 sq.fl. tion deck, wet bar, central atrium, and beach ,- ." ltode landmarkAmelia Ishl Lighthouse Garage, 1200sqft Heated/Cooled. access across the street make this a hore, for 370+/- ft on Navigable side f Egan's rek entertainingl Stucco exterior, side entry
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coast' $214,500 MLS#60058 lot are oter features of this home,
$850,000 MLS# 37069 $595,000 MLS#60398

in Loflon Oaks on large cornerlot with fenced Pristine 75' Oceanfront lot on Amelia Island. Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA in back ~ard. Iereis additional parking in th. Your chance to own one of the few remaining Upstairs & has open concept with the kitehee, bacyarifitihparkingpadandgatedaccessto Oceanfeontlots available on Amselis Island. dining, and living room all together rear yard. Master bedroom has oversized walk- Buy now for either investment or to build. 2BR/IBA downstairs. Long tmn rental only. in shower and a large walk-in closet. Popular narth end location.
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85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTO1VIIZE1) 3BR/2BA .850688 US Hwy 17
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RACHAEL AVENUE 75'x00' lot $130,000 AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch State Park, single family eatne lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
SCOONER LANDING iscentrally located on the Island, clone to Lightouse. 370+/- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the highthq beach, and shopping. this is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'X100'. est elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview and/or view of $95,000 MLS#$5195 "downtown Fernindina Beach. Treeltop/boundary survey on file
2.66 ACRE LOT in.Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to build. $995,000 MLS#37069 Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Ramp and short distance Ocean front 75 f lot $525,000 MLS 56671 F .LOR1IDA.:S OLDEST W E EKLY N EWSPAPER fronnewcoumtyboarramp.$149,000MLS#57615
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PIRATES POINT ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot, commu- Beautiful treesand Estate sized lot make this adifficlt to findpropN i \1T ,nity has pool, clubbouse, boat ramp and dock $69,000 MLS#58629 erry on Ainelia, $250,000 for the Acre, or the corner 1/2 acre for
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WELL BUILT, ADA ACCESSIBLE BUILDING on a 3.8 acre PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of A1A, lot located on Highway 17 just south of AlA. Commercial High development area in the heart of Yulee. $295,000. ., 1-Intensive Zoning allowsopeation of most businesses. Listing is Owner Financing Possible. Plans for an 11,000s.f. Ca t tfor building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory Professional Office Building on file.
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may be purchase/Owners will also consider a long term lease 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a for building and land. $375,000 MLS#58403 Master Planned Development
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