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The news-leader
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News-leader (Fernandina Beach, Fla.)
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rfn rfn t b tb r fr rn tb r b r r ff f f fr f fr County commissioners agreed to dispute a $10,000 state fine for fail ure to close the Lofton Creek landfill by July 1992, as required by the state DEP. Oct. 27, 1993 H aving grown up in the 1950s in Fernandina Beach, Nick Deonas recalls how the islands colorful history of pirates, privateers and sea-faring adventurers fueled his young imagina tion. Deonas, now 71, figures the rest less souls of characters from the past could still linger about Amelia Island. He recently shared this bit of hairraising island folklore. rfntbn This story goes back to the late thirties or early forties, I imagine, began Deonas. There was a lady in town who owned a hat shop in the 300 block of Centre Street. Her name was Thelma and everybody knew Thelma and her hat shop. In fact, when my wife, Dale, and I got married in 1967, Thelma was still in business and I went to the hat shop with Dale, so I remember Thelma. Now Thelma had either a brother or a husband named George I never did find out the relationship. George and two of his buddies were going hog hunting in what is now Fort Clinch property and they came up on a big oak tree with the remnants of what appeared to be block and tackle hang ing from a big limb. Of course, as the old legend has it, there would be pirate treasure buried underneath, but the legend also says, if you ever leave it, you will never be able to find it again. So George told his two buddies, Ill stay here with the tree and you guys go get some shovels and picks and axes and well dig this up. So they did. And they started digging and they uncovered an iron box which, as it was told to me, was about five-and-a-half or six feet long, about 18 inches high and about 20 inches wide, but it was lay ing on its lid like someone had rolled it into the hole. It was so heavy they couldnt budge it. So George said, You two go get block and tackle and Ill stay here with the box and then well get tnnttnnt SPOOKY Continued on 12A Nick Deonas says he took this photo with a cell phone during a night tour conducted by Amelia Island Ghost Tours of St. Peters and Fernandez cem eteries. Some believe the light distortions seen are the energy or souls of departed persons and that streaks of light are spirits in motion. Amelia Island Ghost Tours is one of three local organizations offer ing ghost tours of Fernandina Beach. The others are the Amelia Island Museum of History and Amelia Island Trolleys. The Fernandina Beach City Commission is considering changes to its Land Development Code that would allow homeowners to charge rent for accessory dwelling units and would, theoretically, encourage new develop ment of the citys waterfront. The language was approved by the citys Planning Advisory Board, which recommended approval of the amend ments and sent them to the commission. At its Oct. 16 meeting, the City Commission discussed changing the language of the LDC to allow property owners to charge rent for accessory dwelling units. The matter has been a somewhat controversial subject. Last month, the PAB approved the amendment to allow owners to rent the units. The amend ments would not allow short-term rental of less than 30 days of ADUs. City commissioners had some con cerns regarding ADUs, including parking and density increases. Commissioner Chip Ross and Vice Mayor Len Kreger said ADUs could help address a lack of housing on the island in general, if not affordable housing. They said the market will set rent prices, since it is illegal to set rent limitations on prop erty owners. Ross suggested current required size of the units currently no more than 625 square feet be changed to from 300 to 800 square feet and a limit of no more than two bedrooms in an ADU. He also suggested requiring the prop erty owner to live on the property where an ADU is located because, when some body lives on the property and rents it out, theyre very picky about people and maintain and police the people that live there. Commissioners Phil Chapman and Before being elected to the Florida Senate six years ago, Fernandina Beach native Aaron Bean served eight years in the Florida House of Representatives and two terms as mayor of the city of Fernandina Beach. He said his time spent in the Senate will help him con tinue fighting for a fair share for his constituents if he defeats political new comer Billee Bussard in November. The thing Ill bring to the table is seniority, Bean told the News-Leader The legislature assigns positions of importance based on seniority. This will be my time to be an upperclass man a senior, so to speak and Im looking forward to using that to Nassau Countys and Jacksonvilles advantage to continue making sure that we get our fair share. Bean sat down to talk to the NewsLeader about local issues as well as those affecting the entire state. Bean said he supports HB 631, which attempts to define how Floridas beaches can be divided up between private property and pub lic access above the mean high tide mark known as the dry sand. The bill caused a huge uproar in Nassau County and other beach communi ties, resulting in a grassroots effort to document and locally protect the historic, customary public use of the entire beach. Thousands of custom ary use affidavits were delivered to the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners, which, along with the Fernandina Beach City Commission, passed a resolution meant to maintain public access to local beaches. Bean said the local affidavit drive began a frenzy of misunderstanding of the issue by the public. Its been a lot of misinformation, and I would like to go back in time to bring that information out, he said. I would never do anything to impede the publics access to the beach. HB 631 preserves that access. If I can figure out how Nassau County has been hurt by HB 631, then I will lead the efforts to change the law, but so much of what people say isnt true. We have, in (the Florida) Constitution, beach access. The beach belongs to the public. Thats in our constitution. That hasnt changed. How the government takes peoples land has changed. That was the basis for HB 631. f Many Nassau County taxpayers are worried about their share of the costs related to the development of Wildlight, a town being created in the East Nassau Stewardship District, a 24,000-acre political subdivision and taxing authority in the county that was created by HB 1075. The Nassau County Board of County Commissioners and Raydient Places r After seven months of negotiations, the Ocean Highway and Port Authority inked a deal with Worldwide Terminals Fernandina during a special meeting Friday. The long-term agreement didnt come easily, as it was challenged by some OHPA commissioners as well as a familiar face from the Fernandina Beach City Commission. City Commissioner Chip Ross was once again the first public speaker to approach the lectern inside the chambers of the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners in Yulee, where the OHPA board met. Ross had attended the OHPAs monthly meeting Oct. 10 with the same message: He believes the agreement violates Floridas Sunshine Law and he urged the commissioners not to approve it. Ross said changes made to the contract earlier in the day meant it had to be made avail able to the public once again for an appropriate amount of time. The Sunshine Law refers to Florida statutes that provide public access to governmental records and proceedings occur ring within the state. I believe it was not done transparently, and you should start over again in the sunshine and negotiate a valid agree ment, Ross said. OHPA Attorney Clyde Davis, OHPA commissioners and WTF CEO Christopher T. Ragucci disagreed with Ross, and proceedings to approve the 34-year agreement continued. Still, ratification of the agreement was met with resis tance from the majority of the commission. I feel that the Port Authority needs to take a step back and to bring in an outside counsel who is well-versed in long-term operating agreements and more specifically port operating agreements, Chairman Adam Salzburg said. Davis, who submitted his resignation to the OHPA board via email on Oct. 12, writing it would be effective following Novembers regular meeting, did not disagree. He said the agreement was not a finished product. Commissioner Carroll Franklin added, Mr. Chairman, I feel that we have an operating agreement in effect already. I personally feel that we need to work on the contract that we have for another year or so and see how it would be how our working relationships would be with Worldwide Terminals. Salzburg had also mentioned the validity of the existing contract with Nassau Terminals LLC, which WTF purchased from former Port of Fernandina operator Kinder Morgan ear lier this year. Franklin then made a motion to table any further discussion for at least a year. Commissioner Lissa Braddock seconded the motion. Commissioner Robert Sturgess, who attended the meeting electronically from another state due to a family matter, was the first to speak for the minority. Ill tell you why I would vote against that motion, Sturgess said. It took almost 20 years for Kinder Morgan to drive this port into the ground under the water. Its gonna take Worldwide a monumental fntfnbbbnff bfffbf Bean BEAN Continued on 13A tfnrtttt RANDY COTTLE/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER Worldwide Terminals Fernandina Chief Executive Officer Christopher T. Ragucci makes his case Friday to the Ocean Highway and Port Authoritys board about signing a long-term agreement for his company to operate the Port of Fernandina. DEAL Continued on 5A Franklin n tnt btfft INCREASE Continued on 3A NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 1 10/23/18 4:20 PM

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r fnt NEWS DEADLINES Community News: Wednesday, Noon Letters to the editor: Monday, 5 p.m., Wednesday, 5 p.m. Church Notes: Tuesday, 5 p.m. People and Places: Wednesday, 3 p.m. AD DEADLINES .................. WEDNESDAY EDITION ........ FRIDAY EDITION Classified Ads: .................. Monday, 5:00 p.m.* ................ Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. Classified Display: ............ Friday, 3 p.m. ......................... Tuesday, 5 p.m. Legal Notices: ................... Friday, noon ........................... N/A Retail Advertising: ............ Friday, 3 p.m. ......................... Tuesday, 3 p.m. Monday holidays the Classified deadline will be Friday at 5 p.m. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Nassau County: $41.99 Out of Nassau County: $71.99rrfrntbt btbt ff rnrf ntbrbThe News-Leader is published every Wednesday and Friday by The Fernandina Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Periodicals postage paid at Fernandina Beach, Fla. (USPS 189-900) ISSN# 0163-4011. Reproductions of the contents of this publication in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher are prohibited. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: News-Leader, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035. The News-Leader may only be sold by persons or businesses authorized by the publisher or circulation director. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: The News-Leader assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertising. When notified promptly, the part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears will be reprinted. All advertising is subject to the approval of the publisher. The News-Leader reserves the right to correctly classify, edit or delete any objectionable wording or reject the advertisement in its entirety at any time prior to scheduled publication if it is determined that the advertisement or any part thereof is contrary to the general standard of advertising acceptance. B&B Monuments Donna Byrd (904) 277-2742 474418 S.R. 200 State Licensed City Scoop T h e C it y o f Fe rn a n d in a B e a ch w ill up gra d e it s b ill in g so ft w a re e ffe ct iv e N o ve m b e r,2 018 C ust o m e rs w ill re ce iv e a n e w st a t e m e n t a n d a n e w p a ym e n t w e b p a ge In a d d it io n t h e U t ili t y B ill in g Offi ce w ill b e cl o se d Frid a y,N o ve m b e r 2 a n d M o n d a y, N o ve m b e r 5. On lin e p a ym e n t o p t io n s w ill b e un a va ila b le b e gin n in g a t 3 :00 p m o n Oct o b e r 3 1, t h ro ugh 11:59 p m N o ve m b e r 5, d ue t o t h e so ft w a re up d a t e NOBLE MONUMENTnoblemonument.com 904-277-4499 Monument Cleaning, Raising, Engraving and Bronze Renishing 904-261-8783 MEMORIALSNext Generation 4-H Club member Allie Mizell of Hilliard helps set up a hurricane relief collection box at Turner Ace Hardware in Fernandina Beach last week. The Next Generation 4-H Club is collecting hurricane relief supplies for Florida Panhandle residents affected by Hurricane Michael. Items needed include bottled water, diapers, baby formula, heavy duty garbage bags, cleaning supplies, flashlights, batteries, ready-to-eat food (cans with pop-top lids, peanut butter, individually packaged snacks), hygiene products, insect repellent, work gloves, and sunscreen. Pet food and general care items for animals are also needed. Drop-off locations are Hagan Ace Hardware in Hilliard, Brandies Ace Hardware in Callahan, the Westside Journal in Callahan and Turner Ace Hardware in Fernandina Beach. For more information on the collection, call (904) 424-5261.SUBMITTEDfRear Admiral David L. Harlow passed away from complications of a stroke on October 16, 2018 at Quality Health on Amelia Island, Fla. He was born March 4, 1932 in the Bronx, N.Y. He was the first of four children of Margaret and Louis Harlow. He graduated from All Hallows High School in 1949 and was later inducted to that schools Hall of Fame. He attended Manhattan College, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Naval Postgraduate School, and George Washington University for his MBA. In July 1952, he entered Navy flight training at Pensacola, Fla., receiving his commission in 1953. His early experience was in operational squadrons of the Pacific fleet and as a training command flight instructor, where he enjoyed teaching several of his former classmates from the USCGA how to fly. He served as Catapult and Arresting Gear Officer aboard the USS Kearsarge and was on the staff of The Chief of Naval Operations in Shore Activities Military Construction Program Development. He was commanding officer of a Training Squadron for initial carrier landing qualifying, and served as Air Boss aboard the USS Midway. After his Vietnam tour, he reported to the Chief of Naval Personnel as Naval Officer Assignment Comptroller and was selected to be executive assistant/senior aide to the Vice Chief of Naval Operations. In 1977 he was selected to be commanding officer, North Island Naval Air Station at San Diego, Calif. He was promoted to the rank of rear admiral in 1979 and named Commander Sea-Based Anti-Submarine Warfare Wings Atlantic Fleet, Jacksonville, Fla. Admiral Harlow returned to Washington, D.C. in 1981 as Director of Navy Manpower, Personnel and Training Budgets at the Bureau of Naval Personnel. In 1982 he became Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel and the first commander of the Naval Military Personnel Command. In 1986 Harlow reported as Chief of Naval Technical Training at Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tenn., and served there until retiring from the Navy in 1988. Admiral Harlow transitioned to higher education by becoming the executive vice president, then chancellor, of Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., from 1990 to 1998. In these positions he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of all college divisions. From 2000 to 2004, he came out of retirement to serve as president of Jacksonville University. Although the military and higher education were his lifes work, he devoted himself to many organizations to better the communities in which he lived. He served on local boards of the United Way, Boy Scouts of America, Literacy Foundation, Brooks Museum of Art, Future Memphis, Memphis Rotary, Tennessee Independent Colleges and University, Nassau County MOAA and the Amelia Island Museum of History. He also enjoyed golfing with friends and family, traveling, and playing with his many canine companions. Admiral Harlow and Peggy, his wife of 32 years, have lived on Amelia Island since 2004. Between them, they have two sons, Mark and Evan Harlow; one daughter, Tracy, and her husband, Wesley Kucera, and two grandchildren, Alex and Rachel Kucera. Additional survivors include his sister, Margaret Strain, and his brother, Louis. His sister, Jane, died in 1997. A memorial service for Admiral Harlow will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 27, 2018 in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors in Fernandina Beach, Fla. His cremated remains will be laid to rest with full military honors at Jacksonville National Cemetery at a later date. The family asks donations be made in his memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, 4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, Jacksonville, FL 32256. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrfrDavid B. Jones, 71, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away October 14, 2018 at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vt. He was born October 12, 1947 in Newton, Mass. to the late William and Eleanor (MacDonald) Jones and married his wife, Robin Q. Jones, on December 3, 1983 in Floyd County, Va. David attended Hingham High School in Hingham, Mass. and received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his masters degree in clinical psychology as well as an MBA from Virginia Tech. He also received his Ph.D. in marketing from Virginia Tech. Dave was a marketing professor at East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C., and also a marketing professor and department chair at LaSalle University in Philadelphia for 23 years. He is survived by his wife, Robin Q. Jones; children, Alexander Jones of Santiago, Chile, and Christopher Jones and spouse Tessa B. Wheeler of New Orleans, La.; and a sister, Susan Lane of Greensboro, N.C. The family will hold a private ceremony. Friends and family may make donations in his name to the charity of their choice.fMary Lee Morris, 88, of Amelia Island, Fla., passed from this life on Saturday, October 20, 2018, at Community Hospice & Palliative Cares Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach, Fla., surrounded by her family who loved her so much. She was born in Blackshear, Ga., and lived in Nassau County since 1982. Coming from Alma, Ga., she was a graduate of Waycross, Ga. Nursing School and later earned her registered respiratory degree in Savannah, Ga. Mary Lee was a member of Five Points Baptist Church and was very dedicated to her faith. She loved visiting with her three lovely daughters and being a grandmother and great-grandmother to those who loved her. Surviving are daughters and son-in-law, Cheryl Sebastian of the British Virgin Islands, Karen L. Hawkins (Robert) of Palatka, Fla., and Connie Murphy of Fernandina Beach; sisters, Ailene Thompson, Clara Carter of Alma, and Betty Tillman of Garden City, Ga. In addition, she has six grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at Eternity Chapel with Pastor Frank Camarotti officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Community Hospice & Palliative Cares Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach, Fla.rtrtrtMargaret T. Mishoe, 68, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away Monday, October 22, 2018.btrThe Nassau Alcohol Crime Drug Abatement Coalition is inviting students in Nassau County schools and their parents to engage in activities that promote a drug-free and healthy lifestyle, according to a news release. Some of the activities that NACDAC is promoting in Nassau County schools on behalf of Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23-31 include an essay contest, a poster contest displaying the artists idea of a natural-high or drug-free lifestyle, Sock It To Drugs wearyour-crazy-socks day, and Red Out Day, when students wear red to show they are drug free. The three most widely used drugs by youth and adults are alcohol, prescription drugs and marijuana. According to redribbon.org, for every $1 invested in effective school-based prevention, $18 is saved in actual treatment costs. Approximately 4,300 children under the age of 21 die each year from underage drinking-related causes, according to the release. NACDAC has prevention specialists in all of Nassau Countys middle and high schools. Red Ribbon activities are designed to encourage people to talk with other people and work together to build a sense of community and common purpose. It is also designed to help parents and schools deliver an effective drug prevention curriculum and to create a critical mass, which is necessary to reduce destructive social norms and behaviors and promote positive social norms and behaviors. The Red Ribbon campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation. For more information regarding NACDAC and its programs go to NACDAC.org. btr btbrr rfntbfntNassau Alcohol Crime Drug Abatement Coalition (NACDAC) will host its quarterly Coalition meeting at 3:30 p.m. today in the Training Room at the Fernandina Beach Police Department on Lime Street. The guest speaker for the meeting will be Emma Slier from the Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition. Slier is the director of Prevention and will have a presentation on the opioid epidemic and the outreaching effects in our community. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is encouraged to attend. The Coalition is looking for partners to expand, inform and serve the needs of our county. RSVP to rachelstokes@nacdac.com by Oct. 19 by 4 p.m. fStarting Point Behavior Healthcare will host a screening of Suicide: The Ripple Effect at 7:30 p.m. today at B&B Amelia Island 7 Theatres in Fernandina Beach. The film chronicles the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19 attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Since then, Hines has been on a mission to use his story to help others stay alive and find recovery. To reserve tickets, visit gathr.us/screening/24835. Donations made at the screening will help Starting Point continue providing mental health services in Northeast Florida. For information, contact Katrina Robinson-Wheeler at 415-9350 or krobinson@spbh.org.nffrfrrThe Fernandina Friends Flute Quintet will perform a concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, Hall, located at 601 Centre St. in historic downtown Fernandina Beach. The ensemble will perform a mixture of music including Broadway favorites, Bach, Mozart and Joplin. The concert is a part of the mission Troops, a local nonprofit that sends the joys of Christmas including pre-lit Christmas trees, stockings filled with essentials and goodies, and hand-signed, personalized Christmas cards to U.S. troops stationed overseas during the holidays. Donations will be accepted during the concert. Admission is free. For more information, call 206-3938.nrftfThe Fernandina Beach High School ESE class is taking orders for new crop mammoth pecan halves ($11/pound), chocolate-covered pecans ($8/12 oz.), pecan caramel clusters ($8/8 oz.) and cinnamon-glazed pecans ($8/10 oz.). The last day to order is Oct. 31; orders should arrive before Thanksgiving. Place orders by calling Pamela Nobles at 261-5713, ext. 2694, or emailing noblespa@ nassau.k12.fl.us.rfnThe Fernandina Beach Middle School Fall Festival BBQ will be held 5-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2. Catered by Callahan BBQ, the dinners will include chicken, ribs, potato salad, beans, bread and tea. Dinners will be ready in the school cafeteria for dine-in or take-out. Drivethru service will also be available. The FBMS band will provide entertainment. Tickets are available for $10 in advance from middle school students and at the school office. Tickets must be purchased in advance.ffrfnnThe November meeting of the Federated Republican Women of Nassau is scheduled for Nov. 9. The speaker will be USO Greater The USO serves military men, women and their families on military installations, at airports and overseas by providing support, entertainment, and hospitality. FRWN meetings are held at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club beginning at 11:30 a.m. Reserve your place for lunch and the meeting by calling 491-5544 or emailing frwnassau@gmail.com by Tuesday, Nov. 6. Reservations are $15. Republican women and men are invited to attend meetings and join.nrntbfntMen Helping Men, an education program developed to help men make informed decisions throughout their prostate cancer journey, will meet at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Board Room at the Baptist Medical Center Nassau. For information, contact Lauren at 277-2700.nnrbfntThe Pink Ribbon Ladies, a Nassau County support group for survivors of breast and other female cancers, will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at the Ackerman Cancer Center, Suite 103 at 1340 S. 18th St.. The Pink Ribbon Ladies offers support and education for women with breast, ovarian, cervical, and other female cancers in Nassau County. For information, contact Anne Showalter at 3215465 or Isobel Lyle at 321-2057. NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 2 10/23/18 4:40 PM

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Fixed Rate CD Guaranteed fixed rate with new money deposits of at least $25,000 for an 11-month term.2.30%Annual Percentage Yield for 11 months2 Platinum Savings Account Enjoy a special interest rate for 12 months with new money deposits of at least $25,000 and a minimum daily account balance of $25,000 or more.1.70%Annual Percentage Yield for 12 months1 Roy Smith were against allowing ADUs to be rented. We get upset over devel opments that want to come in and put multi-units on a piece of property, Chapman said. Here were saying were going to make it easier for you to add a unit at a time, all over the city. City Planning Manager Kelly Gibson said giving the OK to renting ADUs would not require additional parking or changes to density allowed by the LDC, both of which were a problem for Smith. Gibson said that ADUs are already allowed in the city and that the amendments would allow owners to rent them out. Mayor Johnny Miller said ADUs are already being rented and that passing an ordinance sanctioning the practice would give some protection to people who are already renting a room, or subleasing a space. Gibson said ADUs are really good planning practice. It really works with the existing infrastructure invest ment that the city has already made to maximize the land area where those investments have been made without pushing out additional units, people, into more suburban areas, Gibson said. Its a really good planning practice. It avoids urban sprawl. Theres a lot of really good ben efits from a planning perspective in considering a strategy like this, and others similar to it. Smith said he believes this whole thing is a bad idea. I have to say, as a home owner, if the guy next door to me decided to do this, I would not be happy, he said. Youre creat ing more people going back into the back yard. When I bought my house, it wasnt allowed, so how is it fair to the existing homeown ers that dont want that? The ordinance passed on its first reading, with Chapman and Smith voting no. The matter will be brought back to a future commission meeting, with more information as requested by com missioners. Other amendments to the LDC centered on the citys waterfront. The first amendment would allow water-enhanced busi nesses to be developed on the waterfront. The current language requires new development on the waterfront to be water-related or water-dependent. The other change in the language changes the building height limit from 30 to 40 feet. Ross said the he has discussed the waterfront with developers that told him the height restric tions are a problem. We have failed to develop the waterfront, Ross said. One of the reasons we have failed is because people cant get a build ing big enough to get a return on their investment to put in there. If you dont want buildings there, thats fine, but if you want development on the waterfront, you have to give them a building envelope of 30 feet. Ross said that across the street from the waterfront are 45-foot-tall buildings. He said the Base Flood Elevation, which is where building height measure ments begin, is eight feet. Kreger said that he would like more information on the matter of waterfront building heights before the amendments come up for a second vote. Kreger said he is hesitant about changing the PABs recommendation. The matter was approved unanimously by the City Commission on its first reading. Continued from 1A rf rf The State Attorneys Office for the Fourth Judicial District has released an exhibit list of information discovered so far in the case of Joleen Cummings, the Nassau County mother who went missing in May. The evidence listed includes excerpts from interviews with Kimberly Kessler, who has been charged with Cummings murder, in which Kessler told police that Cummings had called her fake. Physical evidence listed on the document includes a swab used to obtain DNA from Kessler, a receipt for zip ties, Kesslers bicycle and cell phones, surveillance video from several busi nesses including Lowes, Walmart and Extreme Car Wash, bank records, items from Tangles Hair Salon, Kesslers clothing, shoes and socks, records from a storage facility in Fernandina Beach, a trash bag box, Cummings toothbrush and one of her fingernails. The document does not say where the fingernail was found. According to reports, Cummings was not seen again after she and Kessler worked together on May 12 at Tangles Hair Salon. Kessler was work ing at the salon under the alias Jennifer Sybert. Kessler was later seen on surveillance video putting garbage bags in one of several dumpsters in the general vicinity of the hair salon, accord ing to Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper. Another surveillance video allegedly shows Kessler exiting Cummings vehicle in the parking lot of The Home Depot store in Yulee around 1 a.m. on Sunday, May 13. Cummings mother reported her daughter missing May 14. Kessler was charged with auto theft, but Leeper said investigators discovered overwhelming evi dence that Cummings is deceased. Kessler was charged in September with first-degree murder. The states exhibit list also mentions dozens of individuals who have been interviewed in con nection with the investigation, including officers from the Nassau County Sheriffs office, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, inmates at the St. Johns County Jail, Cummings ex-husband Jason Cummings, the owner of a cab company used by Kessler the night of Cummings disappearance and owners and employees of businesses in the vicinity of Cummings disappearance. During the investigation, it was discovered that Kessler had a number of aliases. The documents say that, in a deposition, Kessler said Cummings told her go away, you are fake, to which Kessler asked what Cummings meant. The documents do not say if Cummings answered. According to one document, Kessler told two detectives on May 18 that her real name was Kimberly Kessler and that she has been running from the FBI for 25 years. She said she is wanted in several states. In addition, Kessler allegedly said that she used to rob banks and had five aliases. According to the documents, Kessler told a Det. Harrington on May 16 that she did not know where Cummings was and had never been in Cummings vehicle. She also allegedly claimed that she had received a mark on her face when she ran into a tree limb while riding a bicycle. An employee at Nassau Health Foods told investiga tors that Kessler had said the mark was a zit out of control, according to the documents. A convenience store clerk where Kessler went the night Cummings went missing also told police that Kessler had a mark on her face, but he did not ask her about it. According to court records, Kessler is sched uled for a pretrial hearing on Thursday, Oct. 25, in front of Judge Robert Foster. rrfntbrtr NCSO Kimberly Kessler, above. Joleen Cummings, right. NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 3 10/23/18 4:23 PM

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r f With targeted advertising in our full color, glossy...Senior Life will be distributed in the News-Leader and Nassau County Record December 19, 2018. Senior Life will also be available on the home page of fbnewsleader.com and nassaucountyrecord.com and all ads will be uploaded to increase search engine optimization on our digital Marketplace. In addition, copies will be made available at the NCCOA, local business locations and healthcare waiting rooms.Dont miss this opportunity to position your business or practice in front of over 48,000 readers. The advertising deadline for Senior Life is Friday, November 16, 2018. Contact Candy, Meghan or Samantha for rates and additional information on this fabulous new local magazine. REACH MORE BOOMERS & SENIORS We have partnered with the Nassau County Council On Aging to bring you a quarterly comprehensive magazine to keep you informed of the programs, activities and classes available at the new NCCOA Senior Life Center. Featured in every edition will be local articles, senior news and information of interest to help Boomers and Seniors live happy and healthy lives. Nassau County Record Proud To Be YOUR Hometown Newspaper Since 1930 Since1854511 Ash Street, Fernandina Beach, FL(904) 261-3696fbnewsleader.com617317 Brandies Ave., Callahan, FL (904) 879-2727nassaucountyrecord.com in our full color, glossy... in our full color, glossy... in our full color, glossy... in our full color, glossy... CELEBRATING HAPPY, HEALTHY LIVES NL/PSA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, November 7, 2018, at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application: ORDINANCE 2018-36 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 26, BUSINESSES, ARTICLE IV, PEDDLERS, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; BY AMENDING SECTION 26-92, EXEMPTIONS FROM PROHIBITION TO CLARIFY THE TERM OCCASIONAL SALES AND BY REMOVING PARAGRAPH C; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should contact 310-3115, TTY/TDD 711 or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such accommodation. IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. For information, please contact the Staff of the City Clerks Office, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, (904) 310-3115. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY COMMISSION CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH Baptist Medical Center Nassau has named Jodi Henson, Nassau County business consultant with the University of North Floridas Small Business Development Center (SBDC), to its board of directors. Henson, a Fernandina Beach resident, has an extensive career in business and marketing management for small and large businesses. As the Nassau County consultant for the SBDC, Henson provides business consulting, educational resources and workshops to help small businesses flourish. Jodi has an excellent understanding of Nassau Countys economic and business climate. Her business acumen and knowledge of our county will help us continue our mission of providing Nassau County residents high-quality, advanced medical care close by, said hospital President Ed Hubel. Henson is engaged in the local Nassau County community, currently serves as president-elect of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise, and is a board member of the Nassau County Economic Development Board. Before joining the SBDC, Henson was a chairperson at Vistage Florida, where she managed a CEO peer advisory group of Northeast Florida business owners and CEOs. She holds a bachelors degree in business administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Belly Bean Maternity and Beyond is now open at 463646 State Road 200, Suite 1, Tyler Plaza, in Yulee. The Nassau County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the stores ribbon cutting Friday, Oct. 19.SUBMITTEDr For the News-Leader Where do people who grew up in Louisiana go to open up an inn and a diner? The answer for Ricky and Tracey Escalante is Fernandina Beach. The Escalantes just purchased the Doo Wops Best s Diner at 1120 St. 14th St., two years to the day from when they purchased the Hoyt House Bed & Breakfast on Atlantic Avenue. Tracey, from New Orleans, and Ricky, from Bayou Lafourche, are targeting November to begin the transition and evolution of the New Orleans Diner. Food is very important to us. Everything took place around the table, all of your family discussions, all about your day, Tracey said recently. It was part of our upbringing. It was absolutely mandatory that you were at the dinner table at night. Dinnertime was a bonding time and we want to incorporate that here. We want you to come here and enjoy a great meal, spend time with your family and friends and connect. That is what New Orleans is about. We want people to engage with each other. We want to enjoy the experience with the people and hear their stories. Food brings people together. A new sign will be erected, and the updated restaurant will have New Orleans jazz and heritage posters, photographs, old school lighting, and classic dcor representing New Orleans culture and history. The new menu coming in November will still retain some of the current items because, as Ricky says, We certainly dont want to lose the customers who we have, but we want to gain another section of the population that likes New Orleans food. The new menu will have homemade beignets, etouffee, po boy sandwiches, jambalaya, chicken and sausage gumbo, pot pies, seafood and fresh-baked desserts such as pecan, apple, and key lime pies, and bread pudding. Many New Orleans food traditions will be maintained. On Mondays red beans and rice with sausage will be served and on Fridays it will be fish.fffntbtbftbfLaissez les bons temps rouler (let the good times roll) and prepare your taste buds for the Big Easy dining experience in Fernandina Beach. Ricky and Tracey Escalante are the new owners of The New Orleans Diner, going into the space currently occupied by Doo Wops Best s Diner.GARY D. MORGAN FOR THE NEWS-LEADER bfbbff Henson rfn ttbttt tttbbrtt bttt nt f NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 4 10/23/18 4:10 PM

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Did the city of Fernandina Beach perform its due diligence when it pre-approved a new list of professional service vendors? One city commissioner doesnt think so. At its Oct. 16 meeting, the City Commission considered approval of a list of qualified providers for professional services, including architects, engineers, landscape architects, and surveyors-mappers. The city solicited qualifications for professional services under the provisions of the state of Floridas Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act. A committee made up of Utilities Director John Mandrick, Storm Water Manager Andre Desilet, and City Manager Dale Martin determined that 26 firms that responded to that Request For Qualifications were indeed qualified to provide services to the city. However, two firms Passero Associates, which is the citys current airport consulting firm, and Pi-Tech Inc. were late submitting paperwork, and did not make it onto the list of approved professional service providers. Neither firm will be eligible to enter into professional service contracts, possibly through Dec. 31, 2021, the end date authorized in the resolution adopting the list. Martin told the News-Leader Tuesday morning the city has no plans to modify the list of providers. In addition, the citys Airport Advisory Commission is currently considering two bids one from Passero and another from Hanson Professional Services for airport consulting services, which Passero has been providing for nearly two decades. The resolution to approve the list passed unanimously, with Kreger saying he voted yes with the assumption that city staff would make every effort to ensure companies providing services to the city would have stringent background checks. Also at Tuesdays meeting, the commission considered an amendment of the citys purchasing policy regarding continuing services contracts in order to make it clear that competitive purchasing procedures and quotes are not necessary if professionals are chosen from the list and their services are estimated to cost less than $20,000. Professional services estimated to cost between $20,000 and $200,000 must still go through the City Commission for approval. Professional services with costs exceeding $200,000 must go through the CCNA request for qualifications process. r rf 9 AM 4 PM at the Historic Callahan Train Depot Proceeds go to the nonprot West Nassau Historical Society. To participate or for more info: 904-879-3406 or www.wnhs.org Live Entertainment Kids Area Food & Cra Vendors Veterans Appreciation ProgramCar Show 10am-2pm presented byCallahan Cruisers, AB&B Auto Parts & Cochranes Collision Center Hobos & Hot Rods Festival and Car Show SAT., NOVEMBER 3SMITHSONIAN EXHIBIT INSIDE DEPOT! This is a MUST SEE!4 bed, 2 bath home on 1/4 acre on Paradise Lake4800 First Coast Hwy John Steele, REALTORJeff Huben, REALTOR Lake Front Open House 96119 Long Island Place, Fernandina Friday, October 26, 1 3 pm Sunday, October 28, 2 4 pm effort to rebuild it and if they dont have the kind of agreement that allows them to get funding, I fear that thats the end of it. During an open discussion following the motion, the commissioners and Ragucci addressed the majoritys concerns about approving a longterm contract so soon. Ragucci, who said he moved his family to Nassau County on a handshake, trust, and a gut feeling, pleaded his case to the commission. In an attempt to assuage some of the concerns, Worldwide had broken up the agreement into a 10-year contract renewable for two additional 12-year terms as mutually agreed upon by both parties. Ragucci said clients and potential clients of the port want Worldwide to have a longterm contract, which he and OHPA accountant Pierre Laporte said is an industry standard. With vocal support from Laporte, Sturgess and Commissioner Danny Fullwood, Ragucci pressed on: I thought we were past this. We just cant get it done in the four years. It just doesnt work, and it would be viewed across the industry and (by) our customers as a lack of confidence a lack of commitment by OHPA. After Davis made a legal clarification removing the time stipulations from the motion to table (it could be removed from the table and discussed any time, at the commissions pleasure), Franklin restated the motion and Commissioner Braddock seconded it. Well, heres the thing, Braddock interjected. I didnt have much of a problem with this until it got out into the community, and I have had complaints, and I have had concerns. Then, of course, were going against the recommendations of our attorney. I feel like we need to settle all this to where this is a good deal for both of us. This is tumultuous in my opinion. Ragucci countered Braddocks assertion and questioned the validity of public concern. He pointed out that most of the 15-20 citizens in attendance were people directly involved with the port, and in favor of the longterm agreement. After hearing further advice from Davis and Laporte regarding financial and budgetary concerns, as well as emotional appeals to Braddock from Ragucci and Sturgess, Salzburg announced a roll call vote on the motion to table the decision. Braddock, who had seconded the motion, became the swing vote. After pausing to ask the other commissioners to clarify the motion to table, she voted against it and gave Sturgess and Fullwood the deciding majority. The motion failed 3-2 with only Salzburg and Franklin voting in favor. After reviewing the redline changes that would create the final version of the contract, the OHPA approved the long-term contract with Worldwide Terminals Fernandina. Franklin and Salzburg voted no on the motion to approve. The special meeting, which lasted more than three hours, was interrupted by Salzburgs gavel several times due to loss of the electronic connection with Sturgess AND to regain order during the often-turbulent proceedings.Continued from 1A Braddockrfnfrtr brfrfJULIA ROBERTS/NEWS-LEADERUtilities Director John Mandrick explains the particulars of a project that will inspect and reline sections of the citys sewer lines. He said his department is becoming more proactive in its maintenance of the lines. ffrfbtrn rfbrtttfrrbLIST Continued on 11A NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 5 10/23/18 4:25 PM

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r The Board of Supervisors (Board) of the Amelia Walk Community Development District (District) will hold public hearings on November 27, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at 85287 Majestic Walk Circle, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034, to consider the adoption of an assessment roll, the imposition of special assessments to secure proposed bonds on benefited lands within the District, a depiction of which lands is shown below, and to provide for the levy, collection and enforcement of the special assessments. The streets and areas to be improved are geographically depicted below and in the Districts Engineers Report (amended for Sub-phase 4b & Phase 5), dated September 25, 2018, prepared by McCranie & Associates, Inc. (Improvement Plan). The public hearing is being conducted pursuant to Chapters 170, 190 and 197, Florida Statutes. A description of the property to be assessed and the amount to be assessed to each piece or parcel of property may be ascertained at the office of the District Manager located at Governmental Management Service, LLC 475 West Town Place, Suite 114, St. Augustine, Florida 32092, Ph: (904) 940-5850 (District Managers Office). The District is a unit of special-purpose local government responsible for providing infrastructure improvements for lands within the District. The infrastructure improvements (Improvements) are currently expected to include, but are not limited to, stormwater management system, wetlands mitigation, wastewater collection system, potable water distribution system, roadways, recreation area, entrance features, landscaping, and perimeter fencing and buffering, all as more specifically described in the Capital Improvement Plan, on file and available during normal business hours at the District Managers Office. According to the Improvement Plan, the estimated cost of the Improvements is $7,223,952. The District intends to impose assessments on benefited lands within the District in the manner set forth in the Districts Special Assessment Methodology Report for the Special Assessment Bonds Series 2018A-1 (Assessment Area 3B), dated September 27, 2018, and prepared by Governmental Management Services, LLC (Assessment Report), which is on file and available during normal business hours at the District Managers Office. The purpose of any such assessment is to secure the bonds issued to fund the Improvements. As described in more detail in the Assessment Report, the Districts assessments will be levied against all benefitted lands within the District. The Assessment Report identifies maximum assessment amounts for each land use category that is currently expected to be assessed. The method of allocating assessments for the Improvements to be funded by the District will initially be determined on an equal assessment per gross acre basis, and will be allocated on an equivalent residential unit (ERU) basis at the time that such property is platted or subject to a site plan. Please consult the Assessment Report for a more detailed explanation of the methodology. The annual principal assessment levied against each parcel will be based on repayment over thirty (30) years of the total debt allocated to each parcel. The District expects to collect sufficient revenues to retire no more than $9,500,000 in debt to be assessed by the District, exclusive of fees and costs of collection or enforcement, discounts for early payment and interest. The proposed annual schedule of assessments is as follows: The assessments may be prepaid in whole at any time, or in some instances in part, or may be paid in not more than thirty (30) annual installments subsequent to the issuance of debt to finance the improvements. These annual assessments will be collected on the Nassau County tax roll by the Tax Collector. Alternatively, the District may choose to directly collect and enforce these assessments. All affected property owners have the right to appear at the public hearings and the right to file written objections with the District within twenty (20) days of the publication of this notice. Also on November 27, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at 85287 Majestic Walk Circle, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034, the Board will hold a regular public meeting to consider any other business that may lawfully be considered by the District. The Board meeting and hearings are open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of Florida law for community development districts. The Board meeting and/or the public hearings may be continued in progress to a certain date and time announced at such meeting and/or hearings. If anyone chooses to appeal any decision of the Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearings, such person will need a record of the proceedings and should accordingly ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based. Any person requiring special accommodations at the meeting or hearings because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the District Managers Office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 for aid in contacting the District office. AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT RESOLUTION 2018-15 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT DECLARING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR ASSESSMENT AREA FOUR B AND ASSESSMENT AREA FIVE; INDICATING THE LOCATION, NATURE AND ESTIMATED COST OF THOSE INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS WHOSE COST IS TO BE DEFRAYED BY THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS; PROVIDING THE PORTION OF THE ESTIMATED COST OF THE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE DEFRAYED BY THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS; PROVIDING THE MANNER IN WHICH SUCH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE MADE; PROVIDING WHEN SUCH SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE PAID; DESIGNATING LANDS UPON WHICH THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS SHALL BE LEVIED; PROVIDING FOR AN ASSESSMENT PLAT; ADOPTING A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT ROLL; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THIS RESOLUTION. WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors (the Board) of the Amelia Walk Community Development District (the District) hereby determines to undertake, install, plan, establish, construct or reconstruct, enlarge or extend, equip, acquire, operate, and/or maintain the infrastructure improvements (the Improvements) described in the Districts Engineers Report (amended for Sub-Phase 4b and Phase 5), dated July 19, 2018, attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the District to pay the cost of the Improvements by special assessments pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, (the Assessments); and WHEREAS, the District is empowered by Chapter 190, the Uniform Community Development District Act, Chapter 170, Supplemental and Alternative Method of Making Local Municipal Improvements, and Chapter 197, the Uniform Method for the Levy, Collection and Enforcement of Non-Ad Valorem Assessments, Florida Statutes, to finance, fund, plan, establish, acquire, construct or reconstruct, enlarge or extend, equip, operate, and maintain the Improvements and to impose, levy and collect the Assessments; and WHEREAS, the District hereby determines that benefits will accrue to the property improved, the amount of those benefits, and that special assessments will be made in proportion to the benefits received as set forth in the Supplemental Special Assessment Methodology Report, dated September 27, 2018, attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by reference and on file at c/o Governmental Management Services, 475 West Town Place, Suite 114, St. Augustine, Florida 32092 (the District Records Office), and at the offices of McCranie & Associates, 3 South 2nd Street, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034 (District Local Records Office); and WHEREAS, the District hereby determines that the Assessments to be levied will not exceed the benefit to the property improved. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT: 1. Assessments shall be levied to defray the cost of the Improvements. 2. The nature and general location of, and plans and specifications for, the Improvements are described in Exhibit A, which is on file at the District Records Office. Exhibit B is also on file and available for public inspection at the same location. 3. The total estimated cost of the Improvements is $7,223,952 (the Estimated Cost). 4. The Assessments will defray approximately $9,500,000, which includes the Estimated Cost, plus financing-related costs, capitalized interest, debt service reserve and contingency. 5. The manner in which the Assessments shall be apportioned and paid is set forth in Exhibit B, including provisions for supplemental assessment resolutions. 6. The Assessments shall be levied, within the District, on all lots and lands adjoining and contiguous or bounding and abutting upon such improvements or specially benefitted thereby and further designated by the assessment plat hereinafter provided for. 7. There is on file, at the District Records Office, an assessment plat showing the area to be assessed, with certain plans and specifications describing the Improvements and the estimated cost of the Improvements, all of which shall be open to inspection by the public. 8. Commencing with the year in which the Assessments are confirmed, the Assessments shall be paid in not more than (30) thirty annual installments. The Assessments may be payable at the same time and in the same manner as are ad-valorem taxes and collected pursuant to Chapter 197, Florida Statutes; provided, however, that in the event the uniform non ad-valorem assessment method of collecting the Assessments is not available to the District in any year, or if determined by the District to be in its best interest, the Assessments may be collected as is otherwise permitted by law. 9. The District Manager has caused to be made a preliminary assessment roll, in accordance with the method of assessment described in Exhibit B hereto, which shows the lots and lands assessed, the amount of benefit to and the assessment against each lot or parcel of land and the number of annual installments into which the assessment may be divided, which assessment roll is hereby adopted and approved as the Districts preliminary assessment roll. 10. The Board shall adopt a subsequent resolution to fix a time and place at which the owners of property to be assessed or any other persons interested therein may appear before the Board and be heard as to the propriety and advisability of the assessments or the making of the Improvements, the cost thereof, the manner of payment therefore, or the amount thereof to be assessed against each property as improved. 11. The District Manager is hereby directed to cause this Resolution to be published twice (once a week for two (2) weeks) in a newspaper of general circulation within Nassau County and to provide such other notice as may be required by law or desired in the best interests of the District. 12. This Resolution shall become effective upon its passage. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 27th day of September, 2018. ATTEST: AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT /s/ David deNagy /s/ Mike Taylor ASSISTANT SECRETARY CHAIRPERSONExhibit A: Amelia Walk Community Development District Engineers Report (amended for Sub-Phase 4b and Phase 5), dated July 19, 2018 Exhibit B: Amelia Walk Community Development Districts Supplemental Special Assessment Methodology Report, dated September 27, 2018NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER IMPOSITION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 170.07, FLORIDA STATUTES, BY THE AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL PURSUANT TO SECTION 197.3632(4)(b), FLORIDA STATUTES, BY THE AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING OF THE AMELIA WALK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 1 Includes 4% provision for early payment discounted and 3% collection costs for Nassau CountyThe United States Geological Survey Coastal Change Hazards storm team is working on a detailed assessment of Hurricane Michaels effects on Floridas vulnerable shorelines. The team is currently comparing low-altitude, high-angle oblique aerial photos taken by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in 2017 to similar NOAA photos collected a day after Hurricane Michael made landfall. The USGS scientists are analyzing the photos, which document the hurricanes impact on the coast, to fine-tune coastal change forecasting models. High altitude satellite images give us a big picture view of the coastline, and thats very useful to identify large areas of overwash, but we cant see the dunes in those images, said Kara Doran, the Coastal Change Hazards team leader. These lower-altitude oblique photos give us a clearer view of the beach and dunes. We can see whether the storm surge and waves altered or eliminated that protective barrier, and what happened to the houses and roads behind the dunes. These oblique photos are also extremely useful to USGS researchers because the images are normally taken shortly after a storm has passed, capturing the immediate post-storm conditions of the beaches. This allows the Coastal Change Hazards team to compare their pre-storm coastal change forecast to the post-storm aftermath, assess the coastal change forecasts accuracy and use that data in future coastal change models. So far, our preliminary analysis indicates our coastal change forecasts performed fairly well in terms of predicating what areas would be affected by overwash, or areas where surge overtopped the dunes, Doran said. Along the Florida panhandle, our forecast predicted a high likelihood of overwash from St. Andrews State Park to Mexico Beach, and the dunes in those areas do appear to have undergone overwash. One area that saw significant coastal change that was not predicted by the Hurricane Michael Coastal Change Forecast was on T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. Michaels rough waves and surge carved a new breach into the peninsula, washing out the road and turning part of the park into an island. Our models dont take into account the duration of elevated water levels, so when the water levels are above normal days before a storm, those dunes are already eroding before they see the peak impacts from a storm, said Doran. Thats an area of interest we are looking into for future research. The USGS Total Water Level and Coastal Change Forecast Viewer does provide forecasts of the timing, duration, and magnitude of water levels at the coast, but it is not yet available for most of the Gulf of Mexico. The USGS plans to expand the model into the Gulf in 2019. When a storm is about to strike the U.S. Atlantic or Gulf coast, the team forecasts the likelihood of coastal erosion and other changes, using a computer model that incorporates the National Hurricane Centers storm surge predictions and NOAA wave forecasts. The USGS model adds information about the beach slope and dune height to predict how high waves and surge will move up the beach. The model forecasts three types of storm impact to the dunes that protect coastal communities: erosion, overwash, and inundation, or flooding that reaches over and behind the dunes. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in collaboration with the USGS, is planning to conduct a series of data collection flights along the Florida panhandle coast using airborne lidar, a technology that bounces beams of laser light at the ground to produce detailed elevation information about the surface below. Using that information, the USGS researchers can estimate the volume of sand that Hurricane Michael moved off Florida beaches, measure the height and breadth of the remaining dunes, and be ready to forecast the erosion potential of the next storm. To learn more about the USGS coastal change hazard teams hurricane research at https://on.doi. gov/2SedYhX. The full story with images can be seen at https://on.doi.gov/2q6PRFb.rfntfb SOURCE: NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 6 10/23/18 4:04 PM

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r f ntb nnr The News-Leader is published with pride weekly for the people of Nassau County by Community Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe that strong newspapers build strong communi ties Newspapers get things done! Our primary goal is to publish distinguished and profitable community-oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, quality and hard work. f n n r nn f fn f rf n ntbrf nb n rf ntnntb tntnnnt nt nf To suppose that any form of government will secure liberty or happiness without any virtue in its people is a chimerical idea. This admoni tion by James Madison that was shared by the Founding Fathers points out the importance for Americans to adopt and internalize moral values in order to live truly free and happy lives. Virtuous behavior was traditionally absorbed by children through faith-based families and schools that cared about such matters. This is why moral and civil behaviors are so often found in communities, like Nassau, where respect, honesty and personal responsibility are actively promoted. The transfer of traditional moral values used to be a sacred duty of parents and schools, ensuring that children grew up to be good citi zens and pass along those beneficial characteris tics to succeeding generations. Erik Erikson termed this altruistic process generativity. Its a pay-it-forward principle reflecting the current generations obligation to pass onto the next generation whatever it has found to be beneficial for them and for society. Today that principle is increasingly opposed by those who advocate for hedonistic beliefs and ideas. Antisocial causes are openly aggressive in their rejection of civil behavior and traditional values, utilizing insidious weapons of political cor rectness, multiculturalism and moral relativism to intimidate all opposition. In previous generations, most parents val ued children as gifts from God. Today, the breakdown of marriage and families has caused pregnancy and babies to be regarded as incon venient or unwanted burdens. Instead of being lovingly nurtured and cared for, millions of the next generation are prevented from continuing to exist at all. This is the clearest reflection of any generations true regard for its offspring. The destructive climate of opinion regarding children can also be found in the scarcity of public disap proval for divorce or alternative family life styles. Consequently, children become casualties of missing fathers or a variety of dysfunctional caretaking. These youngsters then fall victim to a cyclic burden of poverty, dependency, and despondency. Clearly, nihilism (rejection of moral beliefs) is rapidly replacing virtue generativity in many cultures. The losers are not just the next generation but every succeeding one thereafter. Unfortunately, data doesnt always determine social policy as much as does sophomoric appeals or social upheaval. Despite overwhelming evi dence showing that children raised in two-parent, stable, faith-based families generally have the greatest likelihood of becoming successful happy adults, it has had minimal effect on government policies. On the other hand, secular demands to prevent the teaching of objective morality in schools, and public life, have successfully intimidated many into silence. Profane agitators demand that people be allowed to live their lives as they see fit, ignoring any potential damage to the current or the next generation, as if anarchy is preferable to a culture based on morals and civil responsibility. Whether or not social, political and economic policies return to the system of values that guided previous generations depends largely upon a new resurgence of courageous public rejection of malignant narcissism. Our founders were pre scient about the importance for our country to uphold virtues in its people. As the war between good and evil escalates, fortunately for now, free dom of speech is still allowed. Virtue generativity desperately needs to be publicly recognized and actively supported if nihilistic anarchy is to be defeated. Dennis Todd is a licensed school psychologist liv ing on Amelia Island. rrr A recent letter to the editor encouraged voters to write in an individuals name as a write-in candidate in the County Commission, District 4 race. When writing a name on the line for a write-in candidate, the only vote that will count will be for a qualified write-in candidates name. In the County Commission, District 4 race, there was only one candidate who qualified as a write-in candidate and that write-in candidate withdrew from the race after the ballots had been printed. Therefore, Thomas Ford, the only qualified candidate remaining in the race, is an unopposed candidate and is deemed to be elected to office. The names of all qualified candidates, including qualified write-in candidates (WRI), can be found at www.VoteNassau. com by clicking the Research My Ballot button on the home page. VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS: Regarding another recent letter to the editor, where unfortunately our office did not receive the voters vote-by-mail ballot until well after the Primary Election was over due to a postal error, we would like to encourage all voters to make sure their ballot has been received in the Nassau County Supervisor of Elections office before 7 p.m. on Nov. 6, 2018. Voters can check the status of their vote by mail ballot by visiting www.VoteNassau.com and clicking the Track My Mail Ballot button on the home page. If you have returned your voted vote-by-mail ballot to our office and want to ensure that we have received your ballot, please call our office at 904-491-7500 or track it online. The United States Postal Service recommends that vote-by-mail ballots be mailed at least one week before the deadline (Nov. 6, 2018) for the ballot to be received timely. If you have any questions or if we can be of assistance to you in any way, please contact us at (904) 491-7500 or toll free (866) 260-4301, email at soeinfo@votenassau.com, or visit our website at www.VoteNassau.com. Vicki P. Cannon Nassau County Supervisor of Elections fntbb I am writing to encourage the City Commission to (1) respect the fragility of our barrier island when considering development proposals; (2) act on the premise that develop ers primary concerns are financial; and (3) make greater use of the Technical Review Committee (TRC) as a forum for citizen input. By the time a developers plan gets to the City Commission, it is already a done deal, and the effect one should have in voicing an opinion is limited. Developers cannot be permitted to clear-cut an area, build on wetlands, or change our zoning laws to accommodate their particular vision. They must get creative use an existing structure, fit their idea within the established landscape, and not destroy it. I was told several years ago, by a past city commissioner, that I should attend the TRC meetings if I want to hear about upcoming developments or projects. I have attended several throughout the years. Here are a few of the comments Ive heard made by department heads: We are all pro-develop ment here. You cant eat trees. You can always apply for a variance. If you move the retention pond over, you can fit in another house. In my opinion, these comments set the wrong tone. We should not be accommodating developers; they should be accommodating our island. Their tone should convey respect for our barrier island, its beauty, its fragile ecosystem. The message from the City should be clear: Island First! I believe the city manager should also attend the TRC meetings to ensure that his department heads are setting the right tone island first! New structures are being built at a record rate while other structures around the island are sitting vacant. Perhaps incentives to developers to use existing structures should be offered instead of building yet another edifice that will most likely be empty in years to come. TRC meetings are not recorded. However, they are open to the public and are critical for concerned residents to attend if they want to keep abreast of proposed projects and develop ments. Meetings are held in the City Commission Chambers on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 9:00 a.m. Diana Herman Fernandina Beach nnn It was painful for me to hear so many people make impas sioned, well thought out comments on the desire to keep beach access free while other equally thoughtful and heart felt comments were made on the need to find ways to fund necessary upkeep for our island. People with a passion for our island at odds with each other on the concept of paid beach parking. So here is a radical, or perhaps not so radical idea to avoid paid beach parking. Ill say upfront that the fact that it would create a traffic jam will probably shoot this idea in the foot. But in the spirit of considering a wide range of options both conservative and controversial, here goes. My late husband Tom had a radical idea that is food for thought. I guarantee you he is smiling from above as I write this! He always said that the Jekyll Island tollbooth option might be the best way for Amelia Island to go. There would be a toll to get onto the island but people who worked in the city or lived in the city would have a pass and all others have to pay. I dont know how they handle people who were coming here to work on the island perhaps; they have a provisional pass from their employer. But then instead of an army of people monitoring kiosks for unregistered vehicles in parking lots creating negativity and confrontation, you would only have the people who work at the tollbooth. And if a visitor finds the toll to come onto the island too oppressive to want to pay the toll, then I encourage them to find another island where for no fee you will find options that rival our beautiful beaches, beautiful marsh, historic fort, quaint downtown, incredible variety of delicious restaurants, one of the most comfortable movie theatres I have been in, the Egans Creek Greenway, three marinas, and two great performing theatres! Just saying. Jan Cote-Merow Fernandina Beach t I had to laugh at the comments made by Cason Zylinski about Mr. Kreger, our commissioner. Saying a 75-yearold relocated northerner could not have the same interest and values as her. So while Mr. Kreger was protecting our beaches and our sea turtles, teaching our kids all about the sea turtles, picking up trash off our beaches for years and years, what was Ms. Zylinski doing that makes her more qualified than someone who was actually doing the above for free, week after week? Yes, he is 75, but has the heart and energy of a 55-yearold man. He has earned our respect as a commissioner. Just the arrogance of Zylinski to make those ridiculous comments shows she is not qualified. Mary Hurley Fernandina Beach I mpeachment is getting a lot of play today in the media with the Democrats threatening to impeach both Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and President Donald Trump, should the Democrats gain control in Congress. Like many things in America, impeachment originated in England. The Parliament of 1376 produced the first recognized cases of impeachment, notably William, the Fourth Baron Latimer. After the mid15th century, impeachment fell out of favor. It was revived in the 17th cen tury as a means by which Parliament could get rid of unpopular ministers protected by the king. However, once cabinet ministers became responsible to the Parliament rather than to the sovereign, it was again deemed unnec essary. In the United States, the founders decided to include impeachment in the Constitution as part of their checks and balances. In the 1787 Constitutional Convention, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, Gouverneur Morris and Alexander Hamilton debated an impeachment clause with Hamilton arguing for its inclusion. Benjamin Franklins point was that impeachment was preferable to the more traditional way of remov ing a monarch, which was assassina tion. In Federalist No. 65, Hamilton made the argument that the Senate, and not the Supreme Court, was the place where impeachment charges should be considered. The Constitution defines impeach ment at the federal level and limits impeachment to the president, vice president and all civil officers of the United States. These individuals can be impeached and removed for trea son, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. In 1970, then-House Minority Leader Gerald Ford defined the criteria as he saw it: An impeach able offense is whatever a majority of the House of Representatives consid ers it to be at a given moment of his tory. So who are the officers of the United States subject to impeachment? All agree it applies to the president and vice president of the United States and federal judges. However, there is disagreement regarding members of Congress. In 1798, the House of Representatives impeached Tennessee Sen. William Blount on a charge of conduct inconsistent with his public trust. A Senate com mittee agreed with the House, and the Senate voted 25-1 to expel Blount and ordered him to appear and face the charge. But Blount went home instead. According to senate.gov, Despite Blounts absence, his impeachment trial began in the Senate on December 17, 1798, and quickly focused on the Senates right to try an expelled senator. In a narrow vote, the Senate defeated a resolution that asserted William Blount was an impeachable officer. In this vote, the Senate failed to make clear whether its decision stemmed from a belief that no senator could be impeached or from the belief that someone who ceased to hold a civil office also ceased to be impeach able. The process for impeachment is the following: The House of Representatives must first pass, by a simple majority of those present and voting, articles of impeachment, which constitute the formal allegations. Upon passage in the House of Representatives, the defendant has been impeached. Next, the Senate tries the accused. The first and only Supreme Court Justice to be impeached was Samuel Chase in 1804. Chase had served on the Supreme Court since 1796. A staunch Federalist with a volcanic personal ity, Chase showed no willingness to tone down his bitter rhetoric. After the Jeffersonian Republicans gained control of Congress in 1801, the atmosphere changed. At the urging of Thomas Jefferson, the House of Representatives orchestrated the impeachment proceedings against Chase, declaring they would wipe the floor with the obnoxious justice. The House voted to impeach Chase on March 12, 1804. When the Senate took up the case in January 1805, the Senate consisted of 25 Jeffersonian Republicans and only 9 Federalists. However, believing the charges were more political than criminal, six Jeffersonian Republicans joined the nine Federalists who all voted not guilty, thereby acquitting Chase. Chase then remained on the bench until he died in 1811, and since then no other Supreme Court Justice has been impeached. Many people believe three presidents have been impeached, but in reality there have been only two. Impeachment proceedings against Richard Nixon never went forward as he soon resigned. Andrew Johnson was impeached on February 24, 1868 by the House of Representatives after violating the newly created Tenure of Office Act. He was acquitted by a vote in the Senate and the Tenure of Office Act was later found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Lastly, Bill Clinton was impeached on December 19, 1998, by the House of Representatives. He was also acquit ted in the Senate. Federal Judge Alcee Hastings of Florida was impeached and con victed in 1989 of taking over $150,000 in bribes. However, at the time the Senate did not bar Hastings from future office and he then won election to the Florida House of Representatives in 1993 in the 20th District. He remains in office today. So, after reading this column you may come to the same conclusion reached by the British and some of our founders: Impeachment is not worth either the time or the effort. Amelia Island resident Howard Pines has more than 30 years experi ence as CEO, chairman and founder of BeamPines, a premier firm in the executive coaching business. He also co-founded the BeamPines/Middlesex University Masters Program in Executive Coaching. Prior to that, he served as senior VP of human resources for a Fortune 100 corporation. He is the author of The Case for Wasting Time and Other Management Heresies. ffff nrb t n f n fn trrrrb f City of Fernandina Beach Commissioners: Roy G. Smith : 556-0951 (cell), email: rsmith@fbfl.org Mayor: Johnny Miller : 556-3299 (cell), email: jmiller@fbfl.org Phil Chapman : 624-5590 (cell), email: pchapman@fbfl.org Vice Mayor: Len Kreger : 432-8389 (home), email: lkreger@fbfl.org Chip Ross : 410-394-0220 (cell), email: cross@fbfl.org Nassau County Commissioners: Danny Leeper, District 1 -Fernandina Beach, 261-8029 (h), 430-3868 (cell), email: dleeper@nassaucountyfl.com Steve Kelley, District 2 Pat Edwards, District 3 -Yulee, 335-0260 (cell), email: pedwards@nassaucountyfl.com George V. Spicer, District 4 Hilliard, Bryceville, Boulogne, Kings Ferry, 568-3409 (cell), email: gspicer@nassaucountyfl.com Justin M. Taylor, District 5 f Letters must include writers name, address and tele phone number for verification. Writers are normally limited to one letter in a 30-day period. No political endorsements the week before an elec tion. No poems will be published. Letters should be typed or printed. Not all letters are published. Send letters to: Letters to the Editor, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL, 32035 Email: pegdavis@fbnewsleader.com. Visit us online at fbnewsleader.com PATRICK CHAPPATTE-NEW YORK TIMES-CAGLE CARTOONS 10/23/18 4:06 PM

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The following report was compiled by Pamela Bushnell of the News-Leader from the Oct. 18 court docket of Circuit Court Judge Robert M. Foster. Joshua Andrew Aiken has been sent to South Carolina with no return date at this time. A future court date will be ordered on charges of possession of a controlled substance, habitually driving while his license was suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence of alcohol. Mark Alan Alexander pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling, grand theft of a motor vehicle, dealing in stolen property and giving false verification of ownership to a pawnbroker. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 42 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served. The sentence is to run concurrently with a sentence he is currently serving out of Duval County. The defendant must pay restitution of $16,000 and $325. He must pay court costs of $418, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Michael Devon Altman pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed firearm. Adjudication was withheld. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail. He must pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Eric Quintel Belton pleaded not guilty to battery of a prisoner in a detention facility. Jeffrey Joel Booth pleaded not guilty to felony domestic battery with strangulation and domestic battery. Felicia Marie Bowen pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance. John Trave Carter Jr. pleaded not guilty to possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon. Brandi Bullard admitted violation of probation for aggravated assault. She was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. She was sentenced to 18 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served. Brandon Lane Clark pleaded not guilty to burglary of a dwelling, dealing in stolen property and failure of a pawnbroker to record a transaction. David William Dilallo had a violation of probation charge for the sale, manufacture, delivery or possession of cannabis dismissed. Probation was reinstated under original terms and conditions. Timothy Alan Dubberly pleaded guilty to burglary and the fraudulent use of a credit card. Adjudication was withheld on the burglary charge, but he was adjudicated guilty on the second charge. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 18 months of drug offender probation. His sentence is to run concurrently with his sentence on another case. He must pay $313.68 in restitution, $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Donald David Duggan Jr. admitted violation of probation for possession of cocaine. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to four months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served in Atlanta, Ga. Nassau County will hold Duggan until Duval County picks him up to face pending charges there. He must pay $1,128.40 in outstanding court costs. Rufus Elbert Dukes Jr. failed to appear on charges of driving while his license was suspended or revoked and driving under the influence of alcohol. He forfeited bond. A warrant was issued for his arrest without bond. Charles Edward Ellisor pleaded guilty to felony battery. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 90 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served, a sentence to run concurrently with another case. He must pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office, $150 to the Public Defenders Office and fines of $151 and $201 related to the nature of the offense. James Richard Eusey III pleaded not guilty to two charges of the sale of a counterfeit controlled substance. Tony Crawford Evans Jr. pleaded guilty to two charges of grand theft. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 18 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served. He must pay $1,311.56 in restitution, $836 in court costs, $200 to the State Attorneys Office and $300 to the Public Defenders Office. Daniel Joseph Fernandez Jr. admitted straight to the court to violation of probation for possession of cocaine and driving while his license was suspended or revoked. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Nov. 1. Edward Brad Gainey pleaded guilty to two charges of grand theft and one charge of burglary of a conveyance. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 15 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served. He must pay $6,695 in restitution, $836 in court costs, $200 to the State Attorneys Office and $300 to the Public Defenders Office. Dustin Stephen Geraci pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to six months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. He owes $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Sandra Boone Goodwin pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, DUI, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. Adjudication was withheld on counts one and three. She was adjudicated guilty on counts two and four. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 12 months of probation. She must enroll in a DUI Level One school within 30 days and participate in a Victims Impact Panel. Her car will be impounded for 10 days and her license will be suspended for six months. She must also submit to a drug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days and follow through with treatment recommendations. She must perform 50 hours of community service. She must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office, $150 to the Public Defenders Office and a fine of $500. Leah Michelle Gosline pleaded guilty to three charges of the sale, manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. She was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 60 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served followed by 18 months of drug offender probation. She must submit to a drug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days and follow treatment recommendations. She must submit to random urinalysis and attend three AA/NA meetings per week. She owes $1,036 in court costs, $200 to the State Attorneys Office and $300 to the Public Defenders Office. Joshua John Hall pleaded not guilty to felony battery. Carol Jean Harris-Chaney was found guilty of violation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, introducing contraband into a county jail and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. She was sentenced to four months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served, followed by reinstatement of community control under original terms and conditions of probation. Aaron Martin Henderson admitted violation of probation for possession of a controlled substance. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to 60 days in Nassau r Vicki P. Cannon, Supervisor of Elections96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3, Yulee, Florida 32097 Phone: 904.491.7500 Toll Free: 1.866.260.4301 TDD: 904.491.7510 Fax: 904.432.1400 Website: www.VoteNassau.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/VoteNassaufl Twitter: www.twitter.com/VoteNassau On Election Day, you must vote at your assigned precinct. Please review the polling information below and on your Voter Information Card, or visit www.VoteNassau.com, click the blue button Find My Polling Place, and complete the required fields to access your record. You will be able to review your voter record, your sample ballot, your assigned polling place and map, and much more. If you have any questions regarding the location of your polling place, do not hesitate to contact the Supervisor of Elections office. POLLING PLACES ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 95 95 301 301 301! (A1A! (A1A CALLAHAN FERNANDINA BRYCEVILLE YULEE 17 HILLIARD 401 403 503 302 402 501 203 504 301 303 202 102 201 101 204 Nassau County, Florida Precinct Boundaries Legend Polling Locations ^ Precinct Polling Place Address 101 MLK / Elm Recreation Center 1200 Elm St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 102 Atlantic Rec Center 2500 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 201 First Baptist Church Fernandina Beach 1600 S. 8th St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 202 American Beach Community Center 1600 Julia St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 203 Springhill Baptist Church 941017 Old Nassauville Rd., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 204 The Journey Church 95707 Amelia Concourse, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 301 James S. Page Governmental Complex 96135 Nassau Pl., Yulee, FL 32097 302 Yulee Sports Complex 86142 Goodbread Rd., Yulee, FL 32097 303 Mercy Hill Church 85520 Miner Rd., Yulee, FL 32097 401 Hilliard Community Center 37177 Pecan St., Hilliard, FL 32046 402 River Road Baptist Church 21067 CR 121, Hilliard, FL 32046 403 Bryceville Community Center 7280 Motes Rd., Bryceville, FL 32009 501 Yulee Sports Complex 86142 Goodbread Rd., Yulee, FL 32097 503 Callahan County Building 45401 Mickler St., Callahan, FL 32011 504 First Baptist Church Gray Gables 54031 Church Rd., Callahan, FL 32011 For detailed map images, visit www.VoteNassau.com or contact the elections office UPDATE YOUR VOTER RECORD Change your address: Update by phone, in person, in writing, online at www.VoteNassau.com, or by email to questions@votenassau.com.Change your name, or update your signature (or mark): Complete a voter registration application. Applications are available at any Florida Supervisor of Elections office, online at www.VoteNassau.com, Florida Driver License offices, agencies that provide public assistance or serve persons with disabilities, public libraries, and armed forces recruitment offices. Your application will be forwarded to the Nassau County Supervisor of Elections office by the agencies listed above. It is important to keep your signature (or mark) current in your voter record, as it is used to verify your signature on petitions, provisional ballots, and Vote by Mail ballots. A current address in your record will expedite Vote by Mail ballots and important election information mailings, as well as minimize delays while voting at the polls. All early voting sites and polling places are accessible to persons with disabilities and are equipped with accessible voting equipment with an audio ballot feature. Please ask an election worker for assistance. ACCESSIBLE VOTING rfn tbt tb rf f nt tb SPECIAL PRE S ENTATION S EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY @ 6 P.M. Exhibit hours: Wednesday & Thursday 6pm 9pm Friday & Saturday 9am 9pm Sunday 12 noon 3pm Admission free, donations kindly accepted! CROSSROADS: Change in Rural America A Smithsonian Institute and Florida Humanities Council traveling exhibitHosted by the West Nassau Historical Society inside the historic Callahan Train Depot Wed., October 31 thru Sat., December 8 Welcoming Reception will be Friday, November 2, 6pm 9pm For more info: www.wnhsfl.org or like us on Facebook!Pamela Bushnell of the NewsLeader compiled this report from records at the Nassau County Clerk of the Circuit Court. Arrest indicates suspicion of a crime, not guilt. To report information about a crime, contact the Fernandina Beach Police Department at 277-7342 or the Nassau County Sheriffs Office at 225-5174. The We Tip program 1-800-78 Crime also allows callers to leave anonymous tips. Angela Mae Hogan, 35, 54273 Roy Booth Road, Callahan, Oct. 8, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Angela Dawn Greene, 51, 86073 Timber Ridge St., Yulee, Oct. 10, sale of a controlled substance and using a two-way communication device to commit a felony. Edgar Duane Plunk, 41, 43032 Egger Place, Callahan, Oct. 10, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia with residue and resisting arrest without violence. Joseph Frank Edinger, 36, 1852 Denmark Drive, Fleming Island, Oct. 11, theft. Shawn David Jones, 38, 2700 Mizell Ave., No. 303, Fernandina Beach, Oct. 11, sale of a controlled substance, possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Brad Eugene Beach, 56, homeless, Fernandina Beach, Oct. 12, three charges of the sale of a controlled substance. Daniel Anthony Nelson, 37, 39125 Kolars Ferry Road, Hilliard, Oct. 12, possession of methamphetamine and retail theft. Dawn Inez Wilson, 48, 45100 Pony Trail, Callahan, Oct. 12, possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin, possession of a prescription drug without a prescription and possession of a controlled substance. Lisa Michele Young, 38, 39125 Kolars Ferry Road, Hilliard, Oct. 12, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia with residue and retail theft. Other charges are pending. Gary Norman Montgomery, 42, 185359 Angie Road, Yulee, Oct. 13, driving while license suspended or revoked, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Palema Arnell Pace, 62, 76039 Harper Chapel Way, Yulee, Oct. 15, battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with simple assault. William Wayne Porter, 29, 104 Meadow Ridge Drive, Crawfordville, Fla., Oct. 15, possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Chad Jacob Potter, 28, 201 Trout River Drive, Apt. 8, Jacksonville, Oct. 16, felony battery with prior conviction and grand theft. Jonel Bernabe Rios, 20, 218 Division St., Fernandina Beach, Oct. 15, three charges of possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school with intent to sell and one charge of possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. James Ryan McKinney, 27, 2404 Caladium Road, Jacksonville, Oct. 16, felony battery with prior conviction. Ekaterina Lilkova Morrissey, 48, 76256 Long Leaf Loop, Yulee, Oct. 17, child neglect, DUI with a minor in the vehicle, resisting arrest without violence, leaving the scene of a crash involving property damage and failure to sign a summons. Douglas James Morse, 59, address withheld, Fernandina Beach, Oct. 17, aggravated assault, criminal mischief and domestic battery. Richard Demond Tanner, 22, 4306 E. Paso St., Jackson, Miss., Oct. 17, strong-arm robbery and resisting arrest without violence. COURT Continued on 10A NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 8 10/23/18 4:07 PM

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r IF YOU ARE A REGISTERED VOTER AND HAVE NOT RECEIV ED YOUR SAMPLE BALLOT OR VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT, PLEASE CONTACT THE ELECTIONS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY TO ENSURE THAT YOUR VOTER RECORD IS ACCURATE. If you have had an address change, including a 911 address change or any other type of change to your record and have not notified the Supervisor of Elections office, please do so immediately. This will avoid delays and additional paperwork when voting at your polling place. NOTICE TO NASSAU COUNTY VOTERS The General Election will be held Tuesday, November 6, 201 8Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. SAMPLE BALLOT THREE WAYS TO VOTE Any registered voter may vote by mail (no reason required). V ote by M ail is a convenient option to avoid waiting in line at an early voting site or at your polling place. Ballots may be requested in person, online at www.VoteNassau.com, by phone, mail, fax or email at questions@votenassau.com. The voters name, legal residence address, date of birth and signature or mark (written requests only) must be provided when making the request. Requests for a V ote by M ail ballot to be mailed MUST be received by our office no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 31, 201 8 With the exception of uniformed service members/dependents and overseas United States citizens, V ote by M ail b allots may not be forwarded by the United States Postal Service.Vote by Mail Friday, October 26, 201 8 through Saturday, November 3, 201 8 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.All registered Nassau County voters can vote at ANY early voting site below: Early VotingJames S. Page Governmental Complex 96135 Nassau Place Yulee Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center 2500 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina Beach Callahan County Building 45401 Mickler Street Callahan Hilliard Community Center 37177 Pecan Street Hilliard Remember to bring your current and valid photo and signature identification with you to your polling place or early voting site. If you do not have the proper identification, you will be allowed to vote a provisional ballot. VOTER INFORMATION CARDS MAY NOT BE USED AS IDENTIFICATION. Acceptable forms of identification (ID) are as follows: Florida Driver License Florida ID Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Debit or Credit Card Military ID United States Passport Retirement Center ID Student ID Public Assistance ID Neighborhood Association ID Veteran Health ID Card issued by the United States Department of Veteran Affairs License to carry a concealed weapon or firearm issued pursuant to s. 790.06 Employee ID Card issued by any branch, department, agency, or entity of the Federal Government, the state, a county or a municipality If you do not know your polling place, please review your Voter Information Card (provided your residential address has not changed), visit www.VoteNassau.com or contact the Supervisor of Elections office. Please be advised that it is against the law to knowingly vote outside of the precinct in which you live. Vote on Election DayNovember 6, 201 8 Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.You must cast your ballot at your assigned polling place. Your photo and signature may appear together on one document from the list above or on two separate documents. If using a second document for your signature, it may or may not be from the list above.YOUR BALLOT STYLE FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION IS BASED ON YOUR RESIDENCE ADDRESS PLEASE SEE SAMPLE BALLOTS BELOW: COUNTYWIDE BALLOT (FOR VOTERS RESIDING OUTSIDE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, TOWN OF CALLAHAN & TOWN OF HILLIARD LIMITS) REVIEW YOUR BALLOT CAREFULLY. Should you have any questions or make a mistake on your ballot, contact the Supervisor of Elections office, or ask an election worker in the polling place for assistance. By law, you may receive up to two replacement ballots if necessary. HOW TO MARK YOUR PAPER BALLOT Official General Election Ballot, November 6, 2018 Nassau County, Florida Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval completely ( ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. To vote for a write-in candidate, fill in the oval ( ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided for the write-in candidate. United States Senator (Vote for 1) Rick Scott REP Bill Nelson DEM Write-in Representative in Congress District 4 (Vote for 1) John H. RutherfordREP George "Ges" SelmontDEM Joceline Berrios NPA Jason Michael BulgerNPA Write-in Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Vote for 1) Ron DeSantis REP Jeanette Nuez Andrew Gillum DEM Chris King Darcy G. RichardsonREF Nancy Argenziano Kyle "KC" GibsonNPA Ellen Wilds Ryan Christopher FoleyNPA John Tutton Jr Bruce Stanley NPA Ryan Howard McJury Write-in Attorney General (Vote for 1) Ashley Moody REP Sean Shaw DEM Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA Chief Financial Officer (Vote for 1) Jimmy Patronis REP Jeremy Ring DEM Write-in Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1) Matt Caldwell REP Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM State Senator District 4 (Vote for 1) Aaron Bean REP Billee Bussard DEM Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF State Representative District 11 (Vote for 1) Cord Byrd REP Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM County Commissioner District 4 (Vote for 1) Thomas Ford REP Write-in Supreme Court Justice Shall Justice Alan Lawson of the Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes No First District Court of Appeal Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, Section 37 Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article XII, Section 27 Limitations on Property Tax Assessments Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except for school district taxes, to 10 percent each year. If approved, the amendment removes the scheduled repeal of such provisions in 2019 and shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page 11 21 40 41 42 43 51 S A DEM S A DEM Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA S A Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA S A S A REP S A REP DEM S A DEM S A S A S A Commissioner of Agriculture S A Commissioner of Agriculture Matt Caldwell S A Matt Caldwell REP S A REP Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM S A Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First S A Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First District Court of Appeal be retained S A District Court of Appeal be retained in office? S A in office? Yes S A Yes No S A No S A S A Vote Both Sides of Page S A Vote Both Sides of Page S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A No S A No S A S A S A S A S A Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the S A Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be S A First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? S A retained in office? Yes S A Yes No S A No S A S A S A S A S A S A S A Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of S A Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be S A the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? S A retained in office? Yes S A Yes No S A No S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A S A M office? M office? Yes M Yes No M No M M M M M M M M First District Court of Appeal M First District Court of Appeal Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First M Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First District Court of Appeal be retained M District Court of Appeal be retained in office? M in office? Yes M Yes No M No M M M M M M M NPA M NPA M M Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the M Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the M M M P L DEM P L DEM Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF P L Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF P L P L State Representative P L State Representative REP P L REP Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM P L Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM P L P L County Commissioner P L County Commissioner (Vote for 1) P L (Vote for 1) Thomas Ford P L Thomas Ford REP P L REP Write-in P L Write-in P L P L P L P L P L P L P L Proposing an amendment to the P L Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the P L State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting P L homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of P L the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than P L homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all P L $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district P L levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take P L levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. P L effect January 1, 2019. Yes P L Yes No P L No P L P L P L P L P L P L P L P L P L No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, P L No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article XII, Section 27 P L Article XII, Section 27 Limitations on Property Tax P L Limitations on Property Tax Assessments P L Assessments Proposing an amendment to the P L Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently P L State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, P L retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment P L which limit property tax assessment increases on specified P L increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except P L nonhomestead real property, except P L P L E ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint E ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. E If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided E ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided E E E E E E No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, E No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, E Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, Section 37 E Section 37 E E THE WRITE P L THE WRITE P L P L P L P L IN P L CANDIDATE HAS District 4 CANDIDATE HAS District 4 (Vote for 1) CANDIDATE HAS (Vote for 1) P L CANDIDATE HAS P L (Vote for 1) P L (Vote for 1) CANDIDATE HAS (Vote for 1) P L (Vote for 1) WITHDRAWN RESULTING WITHDRAWN RESULTING Thomas Ford WITHDRAWN RESULTING Thomas Ford WITHDRAWN RESULTING WITHDRAWN RESULTING WITHDRAWN RESULTING P L WITHDRAWN RESULTING P L P L WITHDRAWN RESULTING P L Thomas Ford P L Thomas Ford WITHDRAWN RESULTING Thomas Ford P L Thomas Ford REP P L REP WITHDRAWN RESULTING REP P L REP IN AN UNOPPOSED P L IN AN UNOPPOSED P L CANDIDATE RACE. P L CANDIDATE RACE. P L No. 3 Constitutional Amendment, Article X, Section 29 Voter Control of Gambling in Florida This amendment ensures that Florida voters shall have the exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling by requiring that in order for casino gambling to be authorized under Florida law, it must be approved by Florida voters pursuant to Article XI, Section 3 of the Florida Constitution. Affects articles X and XI. Defines casino gambling and clarifies that this amendment does not conflict with federal law regarding state/tribal compacts. The amendments impact on state and local government revenues and costs, if any, cannot be determined at this time because of its unknown effect on gambling operations that have not been approved by voters through a constitutional amendment proposed by a citizens initiative petition process. Yes No No. 4 Constitutional Amendment, Article VI, Section 4 Voting Restoration Amendment This amendment restores the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions after they complete all terms of their sentence including parole or probation. The amendment would not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses, who would continue to be permanently barred from voting unless the Governor and Cabinet vote to restore their voting rights on a case by case basis. The precise effect of this amendment on state and local government costs cannot be determined, but the operation of current voter registration laws, combined with an increased number of felons registering to vote, will produce higher overall costs relative to the processes in place today. The impact, if any, on state and local government revenues cannot be determined. The fiscal impact of any future legislation that implements a different process cannot be reasonably determined. Yes No No. 5 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 19 Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or Fees Prohibits the legislature from imposing, authorizing, or raising a state tax or fee except through legislation approved by a two-thirds vote of each house of the legislature in a bill containing no other subject. This proposal does not authorize a state tax or fee otherwise prohibited by the Constitution and does not apply to fees or taxes imposed or authorized to be imposed by a county, municipality, school board, or special district. Yes No No. 6 Constitutional Revision, Article I, Section 16, Article V, Sections 8 and 21, Article XII, New Section Rights of Crime Victims; Judges Creates constitutional rights for victims of crime; requires courts to facilitate victims rights; authorizes victims to enforce their rights throughout criminal and juvenile justice processes. Requires judges and hearing officers to independently interpret statutes and rules rather than deferring to government agencys interpretation. Raises mandatory retirement age of state justices and judges from seventy to seventy-five years; deletes authorization to complete judicial term if one-half of term has been served by retirement age. Yes No No. 7 Constitutional Revision, Article IX, Sections 7 and 8, Article X, New Section First Responder and Military Member Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Universities Grants mandatory payment of death benefits and waiver of certain educational expenses to qualifying survivors of certain first responders and military members who die performing official duties. Requires supermajority votes by university trustees and state university system board of governors to raise or impose all legislatively authorized fees if law requires approval by those bodies. Establishes existing state college system as constitutional entity; provides governance structure. Yes No No. 9 Constitutional Revision, Article II, Section 7, Article X, Section 20 Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces Prohibits drilling for the exploration or extraction of oil and natural gas beneath all state-owned waters between the mean high water line and the states outermost territorial boundaries. Adds use of vapor-generating electronic devices to current prohibition of tobacco smoking in enclosed indoor workplaces with exceptions; permits more restrictive local vapor ordinances. Yes No No. 10 Constitutional Revision, Article III, Section 3, Article IV, Sections 4 and 11, Article VIII, Sections 1 and 6 State and Local Government Structure and Operation Requires legislature to retain department of veterans affairs. Ensures election of sheriffs, property appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax collectors, and clerks of court in all counties; removes county charters ability to abolish, change term, transfer duties, or eliminate election of these offices. Changes annual legislative session commencement date in evennumbered years from March to January; removes legislatures authorization to fix another date. Creates office of domestic security and counterterrorism within department of law enforcement. Yes No No. 11 Constitutional Revision, Article I, Section 2, Article X, Sections 9 and 19 Property Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; Criminal Statutes Removes discriminatory language related to real property rights. Removes obsolete language repealed by voters. Deletes provision that amendment of a criminal statute will not affect prosecution or penalties for a crime committed before the amendment; retains current provision allowing prosecution of a crime committed before the repeal of a criminal statute. Yes No No. 12 Constitutional Revision, Article II, Section 8, Article V, Section 13, Article XII, New Section Lobbying and Abuse of Office by Public Officers Expands current restrictions on lobbying for compensation by former public officers; creates restrictions on lobbying for compensation by serving public officers and former justices and judges; provides exceptions; prohibits abuse of a public position by public officers and employees to obtain a personal benefit. Yes No No. 13 Constitutional Revision, Article X, New Section, Article XII, New Section Ends Dog Racing Phases out commercial dog racing in connection with wagering by 2020. Other gaming activities are not affected. Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page S S S Vote Both Sides of Page S Vote Both Sides of Page S S A Supermajority Vote Required to A Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State A Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Prohibits the legislature from A Prohibits the legislature from imposing, authorizing, or raising a A imposing, authorizing, or raising a state tax or fee except through A state tax or fee except through legislation approved by a two-thirds A legislation approved by a two-thirds vote of each house of the legislature A vote of each house of the legislature in a bill containing no other subject. A in a bill containing no other subject. This proposal does not authorize a A This proposal does not authorize a state tax or fee otherwise prohibited A state tax or fee otherwise prohibited by the Constitution and does not A by the Constitution and does not apply to fees or taxes imposed or A apply to fees or taxes imposed or authorized to be imposed by a A authorized to be imposed by a county, municipality, school board, A county, municipality, school board, A more restrictive local vapor A more restrictive local vapor ordinances. A ordinances. Yes A Yes No A No A A A A A A A A M Yes M Yes No M No M M M M M M M M No. 9 Constitutional Revision, M No. 9 Constitutional Revision, Article II, Section 7, Article X, M Article II, Section 7, Article X, Section 20 M Section 20 Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas M Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in M Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces M Enclosed Indoor Workplaces Prohibits drilling for the exploration M Prohibits drilling for the exploration or extraction of oil and natural gas M or extraction of oil and natural gas beneath all state-owned waters M beneath all state-owned waters between the mean high water line M between the mean high water line and the states outermost territorial M and the states outermost territorial boundaries. Adds use of M boundaries. Adds use of vapor-generating electronic devices M vapor-generating electronic devices M determined. The fiscal impact of any M determined. The fiscal impact of any M M P Colleges and Universities P Colleges and Universities Grants mandatory payment of death P Grants mandatory payment of death benefits and waiver of certain P benefits and waiver of certain educational expenses to qualifying P educational expenses to qualifying survivors of certain first responders P survivors of certain first responders and military members who die P and military members who die performing official duties. Requires P performing official duties. Requires supermajority votes by university P supermajority votes by university trustees and state university system P trustees and state university system board of governors to raise or P board of governors to raise or impose all legislatively authorized P impose all legislatively authorized fees if law requires approval by P fees if law requires approval by those bodies. Establishes existing P those bodies. Establishes existing state college system as P state college system as P Removes discriminatory language P Removes discriminatory language related to real property rights. P related to real property rights. Removes obsolete language P Removes obsolete language repealed by voters. Deletes P repealed by voters. Deletes provision that amendment of a P provision that amendment of a criminal statute will not affect P criminal statute will not affect prosecution or penalties for a crime P prosecution or penalties for a crime P L state justices and judges from L state justices and judges from seventy to seventy-five years; L seventy to seventy-five years; deletes authorization to complete L deletes authorization to complete judicial term if one-half of term has L judicial term if one-half of term has been served by retirement age. L been served by retirement age. L authorization to fix another date. L authorization to fix another date. Creates office of domestic security L Creates office of domestic security and counterterrorism within L and counterterrorism within department of law enforcement. L department of law enforcement. Yes L Yes No L No L L No. 7 Constitutional Revision, L No. 7 Constitutional Revision, Article IX, Sections 7 and 8, Article L Article IX, Sections 7 and 8, Article L L L L L L L L L L No. 11 Constitutional Revision, L No. 11 Constitutional Revision, L L E E Sections 8 and 21, Article XII, New E Sections 8 and 21, Article XII, New Rights of Crime Victims; Judges E Rights of Crime Victims; Judges Creates constitutional rights for E Creates constitutional rights for victims of crime; requires courts to E victims of crime; requires courts to facilitate victims rights; authorizes E facilitate victims rights; authorizes victims to enforce their rights E victims to enforce their rights throughout criminal and juvenile E throughout criminal and juvenile justice processes. Requires judges E justice processes. Requires judges E E Article III, Section 3, Article IV, E Article III, Section 3, Article IV, Sections 4 and 11, Article VIII, E Sections 4 and 11, Article VIII, Sections 1 and 6 E Sections 1 and 6 State and Local Government E State and Local Government Structure and Operation E Structure and Operation Requires legislature to retain E Requires legislature to retain department of veterans affairs. E department of veterans affairs. Ensures election of sheriffs, property E Ensures election of sheriffs, property appraisers, supervisors of elections, E appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax collectors, and clerks of court in E tax collectors, and clerks of court in all counties; removes county E all counties; removes county charters ability to abolish, change E charters ability to abolish, change term, transfer duties, or eliminate E term, transfer duties, or eliminate E Additional Races for City of Fernandina Beach (For voters residing within the city limits of Fernandina Beach) Additional Races and Straw Poll for Town of Hilliard (For voters residing within the town limits of Hilliard) Additional Race for Town of Callahan (For voters residing within the town limits of Callahan) Official General Election Ballot, November 6, 2018 Nassau County, Florida 102G1Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval completely ( ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. To vote for a write-in candidate, fill in the oval ( ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided for the write-in candidate. United States Senator (Vote for 1) Rick Scott REP Bill Nelson DEM Write-in Representative in Congress District 4 (Vote for 1) John H. RutherfordREP George "Ges" SelmontDEM Joceline Berrios NPA Jason Michael BulgerNPA Write-in Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Vote for 1) Ron DeSantis REP Jeanette Nuez Andrew Gillum DEM Chris King Darcy G. RichardsonREF Nancy Argenziano Kyle "KC" GibsonNPA Ellen Wilds Ryan Christopher FoleyNPA John Tutton Jr Bruce Stanley NPA Ryan Howard McJury Write-in Attorney General (Vote for 1) Ashley Moody REP Sean Shaw DEM Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA Chief Financial Officer (Vote for 1) Jimmy Patronis REP Jeremy Ring DEM Write-in Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1) Matt Caldwell REP Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM State Senator District 4 (Vote for 1) Aaron Bean REP Billee Bussard DEM Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF State Representative District 11 (Vote for 1) Cord Byrd REP Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM County Commissioner District 4 (Vote for 1) Thomas Ford REP Write-in Supreme Court Justice Shall Justice Alan Lawson of the Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes No First District Court of Appeal Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Fernandina Beach City Commission Group 4 (Vote for 1) Bradley M. Bean Mike Lednovich Roy G. Smith Fernandina Beach City Commission Group 5 (Vote for 1) Len Kreger Cason Zylinski No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, Section 37 Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article XII, Section 27 Limitations on Property Tax Assessments Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except for school district taxes, to 10 percent each year. If approved, the amendment removes the scheduled repeal of such provisions in 2019 and shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page 11 21 40 41 42 43 54 L Roy G. Smith L Roy G. Smith L L L L L L L Fernandina Beach City L Fernandina Beach City Commission L Commission Group 5 L Group 5 (Vote for 1) L (Vote for 1) Len Kreger L Len Kreger L L L L L L L L E Fernandina Beach City E Fernandina Beach City Commission E Commission E E Official General Election Ballot, November 6, 2018 Nassau County, Florida 401G1Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval completely ( ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. To vote for a write-in candidate, fill in the oval ( ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided for the write-in candidate. United States Senator (Vote for 1) Rick Scott REP Bill Nelson DEM Write-in Representative in Congress District 4 (Vote for 1) John H. RutherfordREP George "Ges" SelmontDEM Joceline Berrios NPA Jason Michael BulgerNPA Write-in Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Vote for 1) Ron DeSantis REP Jeanette Nuez Andrew Gillum DEM Chris King Darcy G. RichardsonREF Nancy Argenziano Kyle "KC" GibsonNPA Ellen Wilds Ryan Christopher FoleyNPA John Tutton Jr Bruce Stanley NPA Ryan Howard McJury Write-in Attorney General (Vote for 1) Ashley Moody REP Sean Shaw DEM Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA Chief Financial Officer (Vote for 1) Jimmy Patronis REP Jeremy Ring DEM Write-in Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1) Matt Caldwell REP Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM State Senator District 4 (Vote for 1) Aaron Bean REP Billee Bussard DEM Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF State Representative District 11 (Vote for 1) Cord Byrd REP Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM County Commissioner District 4 (Vote for 1) Thomas Ford REP Write-in Supreme Court Justice Shall Justice Alan Lawson of the Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes No First District Court of Appeal Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Mayor, Town of Hilliard (Vote for 1) Cris W. McConnell Floyd L. Vanzant Hilliard Town Council (Vote for up to 2) John P. Beasley Callie Kay Bishop Robert Scully Debbie Sherwood Write-in No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, Section 37 Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article XII, Section 27 Limitations on Property Tax Assessments Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except for school district taxes, to 10 percent each year. If approved, the amendment removes the scheduled repeal of such provisions in 2019 and shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page 11 21 40 41 42 46 52 L L L L Hilliard Town Council L Hilliard Town Council (Vote for up to 2) L (Vote for up to 2) John P. Beasley L John P. Beasley Callie Kay Bishop L Callie Kay Bishop Robert Scully L Robert Scully Debbie Sherwood L Debbie Sherwood L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L E Mayor, Town of Hilliard E Mayor, Town of Hilliard (Vote for 1) E (Vote for 1) E E E E Official General Election Ballot, November 6, 2018 Nassau County, Florida 503G1Instructions: To vote, fill in the oval completely ( ) next to your choice. Use a black or blue ballpoint pen. If you make a mistake, ask for a new ballot. Do not cross out or your vote may not count. To vote for a write-in candidate, fill in the oval ( ) and print the name clearly on the blank line provided for the write-in candidate. United States Senator (Vote for 1) Rick Scott REP Bill Nelson DEM Write-in Representative in Congress District 4 (Vote for 1) John H. RutherfordREP George "Ges" SelmontDEM Joceline Berrios NPA Jason Michael BulgerNPA Write-in Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Vote for 1) Ron DeSantis REP Jeanette Nuez Andrew Gillum DEM Chris King Darcy G. RichardsonREF Nancy Argenziano Kyle "KC" GibsonNPA Ellen Wilds Ryan Christopher FoleyNPA John Tutton Jr Bruce Stanley NPA Ryan Howard McJury Write-in Attorney General (Vote for 1) Ashley Moody REP Sean Shaw DEM Jeffrey Marc SiskindNPA Chief Financial Officer (Vote for 1) Jimmy Patronis REP Jeremy Ring DEM Write-in Commissioner of Agriculture (Vote for 1) Matt Caldwell REP Nicole "Nikki" FriedDEM State Senator District 4 (Vote for 1) Aaron Bean REP Billee Bussard DEM Joanna Liberty TavaresLPF State Representative District 11 (Vote for 1) Cord Byrd REP Nathcelly Leroy RohrbaughDEM County Commissioner District 4 (Vote for 1) Thomas Ford REP Write-in Supreme Court Justice Shall Justice Alan Lawson of the Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes No First District Court of Appeal Shall Judge Harvey Jay of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Kemmerly Thomas of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Shall Judge Allen Winsor of the First District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes No Mayor, Town of Callahan (Vote for 1) Marty Fontes Robert W. Rau No. 1 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 6, Article XII, Section 37 Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to increase the homestead exemption by exempting the assessed valuation of homestead property greater than $100,000 and up to $125,000 for all levies other than school district levies. The amendment shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No No. 2 Constitutional Amendment, Article XII, Section 27 Limitations on Property Tax Assessments Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to permanently retain provisions currently in effect, which limit property tax assessment increases on specified nonhomestead real property, except for school district taxes, to 10 percent each year. If approved, the amendment removes the scheduled repeal of such provisions in 2019 and shall take effect January 1, 2019. Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page 11 21 40 41 42 47 53 L L L L L E E Mayor, Town of Callahan E Mayor, Town of Callahan (Vote for 1) E (Vote for 1) E E E No. 3 Constitutional Amendment, Article X, Section 29 Voter Control of Gambling in Florida This amendment ensures that Florida voters shall have the exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling by requiring that in order for casino gambling to be authorized under Florida law, it must be approved by Florida voters pursuant to Article XI, Section 3 of the Florida Constitution. Affects articles X and XI. Defines casino gambling and clarifies that this amendment does not conflict with federal law regarding state/tribal compacts. The amendments impact on state and local government revenues and costs, if any, cannot be determined at this time because of its unknown effect on gambling operations that have not been approved by voters through a constitutional amendment proposed by a citizens initiative petition process. Yes No No. 4 Constitutional Amendment, Article VI, Section 4 Voting Restoration Amendment This amendment restores the voting rights of Floridians with felony convictions after they complete all terms of their sentence including parole or probation. The amendment would not apply to those convicted of murder or sexual offenses, who would continue to be permanently barred from voting unless the Governor and Cabinet vote to restore their voting rights on a case by case basis. The precise effect of this amendment on state and local government costs cannot be determined, but the operation of current voter registration laws, combined with an increased number of felons registering to vote, will produce higher overall costs relative to the processes in place today. The impact, if any, on state and local government revenues cannot be determined. The fiscal impact of any future legislation that implements a different process cannot be reasonably determined. Yes No No. 5 Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 19 Supermajority Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or Fees Prohibits the legislature from imposing, authorizing, or raising a state tax or fee except through legislation approved by a two-thirds vote of each house of the legislature in a bill containing no other subject. This proposal does not authorize a state tax or fee otherwise prohibited by the Constitution and does not apply to fees or taxes imposed or authorized to be imposed by a county, municipality, school board, or special district. Yes No No. 6 Constitutional Revision, Article I, Section 16, Article V, Sections 8 and 21, Article XII, New Section Rights of Crime Victims; Judges Creates constitutional rights for victims of crime; requires courts to facilitate victims rights; authorizes victims to enforce their rights throughout criminal and juvenile justice processes. Requires judges and hearing officers to independently interpret statutes and rules rather than deferring to government agencys interpretation. Raises mandatory retirement age of state justices and judges from seventy to seventy-five years; deletes authorization to complete judicial term if one-half of term has been served by retirement age. Yes No No. 7 Constitutional Revision, Article IX, Sections 7 and 8, Article X, New Section First Responder and Military Member Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Universities Grants mandatory payment of death benefits and waiver of certain educational expenses to qualifying survivors of certain first responders and military members who die performing official duties. Requires supermajority votes by university trustees and state university system board of governors to raise or impose all legislatively authorized fees if law requires approval by those bodies. Establishes existing state college system as constitutional entity; provides governance structure. Yes No No. 9 Constitutional Revision, Article II, Section 7, Article X, Section 20 Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor Workplaces Prohibits drilling for the exploration or extraction of oil and natural gas beneath all state-owned waters between the mean high water line and the states outermost territorial boundaries. Adds use of vapor-generating electronic devices to current prohibition of tobacco smoking in enclosed indoor workplaces with exceptions; permits more restrictive local vapor ordinances. Yes No No. 10 Constitutional Revision, Article III, Section 3, Article IV, Sections 4 and 11, Article VIII, Sections 1 and 6 State and Local Government Structure and Operation Requires legislature to retain department of veterans affairs. Ensures election of sheriffs, property appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax collectors, and clerks of court in all counties; removes county charters ability to abolish, change term, transfer duties, or eliminate election of these offices. Changes annual legislative session commencement date in evennumbered years from March to January; removes legislatures authorization to fix another date. Creates office of domestic security and counterterrorism within department of law enforcement. Yes No No. 11 Constitutional Revision, Article I, Section 2, Article X, Sections 9 and 19 Property Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; Criminal Statutes Removes discriminatory language related to real property rights. Removes obsolete language repealed by voters. Deletes provision that amendment of a criminal statute will not affect prosecution or penalties for a crime committed before the amendment; retains current provision allowing prosecution of a crime committed before the repeal of a criminal statute. Yes No No. 12 Constitutional Revision, Article II, Section 8, Article V, Section 13, Article XII, New Section Lobbying and Abuse of Office by Public Officers Expands current restrictions on lobbying for compensation by former public officers; creates restrictions on lobbying for compensation by serving public officers and former justices and judges; provides exceptions; prohibits abuse of a public position by public officers and employees to obtain a personal benefit. Yes No No. 13 Constitutional Revision, Article X, New Section, Article XII, New Section Ends Dog Racing Phases out commercial dog racing in connection with wagering by 2020. Other gaming activities are not affected. Yes No Town of Hilliard Straw Poll Should the Town of Hilliard permit the sale of liquor by licensed restaurants or fraternal, service, or veterans clubs, for on-site consumption? Yes No Vote Both Sides of Page FRONT FRONT FRONT BACKFRONT BACK NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 9 10/23/18 4:44 PM

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r County Jail with credit for time served. He owes outstanding court costs of $997.36. Erika Kenyatta Higdon pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substance paraphernalia and two charges of the sale, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance. Motion to reduce bond was denied. Angela Susan Jackson denied violation of pro bation for possession of a controlled substance and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis. Xavier Dwight Jamison pleaded not guilty to grand theft. George Randell Johnson pleaded guilty to writ ten threats to kill or do bodily harm. Adjudication was withheld. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 12 months of probation. He must continue with drug and alcohol treatment, enroll in and successfully complete anger manage ment classes and perform 25 hours of community service. He owes $418 in court fees and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. April Nichols Kent pleaded not guilty to two charges of possession of a controlled substance. Erick Dean Lambright admitted violation of probation for aggravated domestic assault. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was reinstated with the added condition he immediately enroll in and successfully complete the Bridges of Hope program in Homerville, Ga. Shonda Rachelle Lee pleaded guilty to two charges of possession of a controlled substance. She was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 18 months of drug offender probation. She must complete a drug and alcohol evaluation program within 60 days and follow through with treatment recommendations. She must submit to random urinalysis. She owes $518 in court costs and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. Jesse Warren Martin pleaded guilty to posses sion of more than 20 grams of cannabis and posses sion of controlled substance paraphernalia. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail. He must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Keely OConnor Mihok admitted violation of probation for possession of cocaine and disorderly intoxication. She was adjudicated guilty and sen tenced to four months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. Probation was revoked and terminated. She must pay $378.19 in outstanding court costs. Shelby Ann Mummery pleaded guilty to obstruction of a police officer without violence. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to 12 months probation with conditions she complete a mental health evaluation within 30 days and follow treatment recommendations. She must submit a let ter of apology. She owes a total of $373 in court costs. Michaela Suzanne Peeples waived her right to a pre-sentencing investigation after pleading guilty to grand theft of a motor vehicle and driving while her license was suspended or revoked. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 18 months of drug offender probation. She must submit to a drug and alcohol evaluation with 60 days, follow treatment recommen dation and submit to random urinalysis. She owes $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Jonathan Allan Pendarvis pleaded guilty to grand theft. Adjudication was withheld. He was sen tenced to 12 months probation with conditions he submit to drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment within 60 days. Early termination of probation may be considered upon full compliance. He must pay $965 in restitution, $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Evelyn Perkins pleaded guilty to the sale of cocaine. She was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 24 months of level one community control followed by four years of probation. She must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. James Rogers Jr. pleaded not guilty to posses sion of cocaine and fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer. Jeremy Sawyer Ryan pleaded not guilty to pos session of a controlled substance and driving while his license was suspended or revoked. Curtis Edwin Sheets pleaded guilty to fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, driving while his license was suspended or revoked, obstruction of or opposition to a police officer without violence and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to six months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served followed by 18 months of drug offender probation. He must submit to a drug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days, follow treatment recommendations and submit to a random urinalysis. He must pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Bradley Matthew Shepherd admitted viola tion of probation for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail. Probation was reinstated with the added condition he take an advanced driving improvement course within 30 days. Franklin Eugene Showers Jr. admitted vio lation of probation for possession of a controlled substance, domestic battery, resisting arrest with violence and disorderly intoxication. He was adju dicated guilty and sentenced to 90 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. Probation was revoked and terminated. He must pay $1,004.54 in outstanding court costs. Cheryl Ann Smith pleaded not guilty to two charges of possession of a controlled substance. Anna Jade Springfield pleaded guilty to pos session of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, trespass after warning and criminal mischief. Adjudication was withheld on the drug pos session charge. She was adjudicated guilty on the remaining charges. She was sentenced to 90 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served and 90 days of probation. She must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Michael Paul Sterling pleaded guilty to flee ing and eluding police. He waived his right to a pre-sentencing investigation. He was sentenced to 60 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served and two years of drug offender probation. He is not to consume any drugs or alcohol and must submit to a drug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days of discharge and follow through with treatment recommendations. He must also perform 50 hours of community service. He owes $418 in court costs and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. Robbie Diane Terrell pleaded not guilty to two charges of dealing in stolen property and two charges of giving false verification of ownership to a pawnbroker. Douglas Earl Thomas pleaded not guilty to resisting a law enforcement officer with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer. He denies being in violation of probation for an earlier conviction of 11 counts of uttering forged bills, two counts of grand theft and one count each of forging bank or promis sory notes and giving false verification of ownership to a pawnbroker. Christopher Lee Vancoonis failed to appear on charges of false imprisonment and domestic battery. He forfeited bond. A warrant was issued for his arrest without bond. Revonda Michelle Washington pleaded not guilty to petit theft and trespass. James Daryl White pleaded guilty to four charg es of the sale, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and one charge each of possession of con trolled substance paraphernalia and possession with intent to sell, manufacture or deliver a controlled substance. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 30 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served in Nassau County Jail. Kristopher Andrew Whorton admitted viola tion of probation for fraudulent use of a credit card. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to 90 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. He owes $2,005 in outstanding court costs. Nathaniel Harold Williams pleaded guilty to the sale, manufacture or delivery of cocaine. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to five years in Florida State Prison with credit for time served. He must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Mark Allen Windham pleaded not guilty to three charges of possession of chemicals listed in the manufacture of a controlled substance. Ivan Alexander Yakunovich pleaded guilty to habitually driving while his license was suspended, driving under the influence of alcohol and refusal to submit to a DUI test. Adjudication was withheld on the first charge. He was adjudicated guilty on the others. He was sentenced to 60 days in Nassau County Jail followed by six months of community control probation, level one. He must consume no alcohol, must attend two AA meetings per week, must complete level two DUI school and must par ticipate in the Victim Impact Panel. His drivers license will be revoked for 18 months and he must use an interlock ignition device for one year there after. He owes $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Continued from 8A WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. 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GARD1ST COAST MEDIATIONS, LLC1STCOASTMEDIATIONS.COM406-579-5983CERTIFIED FAMILY MEDIATOR 34604F WARNING: Retired Nassau County Fire Rescue Lt. Curtis Bollinger, 48, was found deceased Tuesday, according to an email from Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper. Bollinger, who was from Callahan, was found at approxi mately 12:30 p.m. by Nassau County Sheriffs Office deputies at a cemetery located at Live Oak Baptist Church in Callahan, according to the email. Bollinger was found inside his vehicle with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Leeper. NCSO received a call that his vehicle was seen at the cemetery and when deputies responded they found him inside, Leeper wrote in the email. The Florida Highway Patrol had issued a warrant for Bollinger on a DUI manslaughter charge related to a motorcycle crash that killed his wife, Shannon, on April 15. According to an April report from Nassau County Record publisher and editor Amanda Ream, Shannon Marie Bollinger, 29, was her husbands passen ger on a 2007 Harley Davidson as they rode west along State Road 200 near Gressman Dairy Road shortly after 1 a.m. on April 15. Curtis Bollinger lost control of the bike and it came to a rest in the left turning lane, facing east. According to a press release from the Florida Highway Patrol, Shannon Bollinger was not wearing a helmet. The Bollingers ended up in the left travel lane of S.R 200. A short time later, a white 2015 Hyundai Elantra driven by Brandon Charles Graham of Callahan drove into the scene and struck Shannon Bollinger and debris from the accident. Graham and his passenger, Rainey Lynn Rowe, 18, of Hilliard, were not injured. They were not intoxicated, according to the report. Curtis Bollinger, who wore a helmet, was taken to UF Health Jacksonville with serious injuries. It was his second motorcycle accident in a little over a year. He was hit by a truck on Dec. 23, 2016 at U.S. 17 and Pages Dairy Road and suffered a brain injury, facial fractures and numerous broken bones. A donation account for the Bollingers five children was set up in April at VyStar Credit Union. The account number is 7507279975 and the routing num ber is 263079276. rffrntbntrtrrrt NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 10 10/23/18 4:42 PM

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Have you been thinking that life has not worked out like you planned? Does it seem that those optimistic visions you used to hold have surrendered to reality? Instead of bemoaning things that have not happened or did not work out, you might try these tips and get into action to get you closer to your dreams. While there is no magic formula to make all your wishes come true, there are things you can do to achieve better relationships and get closer to the goals that you set in life. Get over anger, blame or helplessness. Forget past hurts or abandonments. When you begin to manage your own behaviors, finances, work, health and relationships, your daily life begins to reflect who you are and what you value. Holding on to unresolved anger and resentment uses up energy much better spent on building the life you desire. Find your own voice. Past relationships may have left you unsure of yourself or reluctant to express your feelings. Learning to voice your preferences, both positive and negative, will move you toward more honest living and loving. Do not worry that speaking up will make you seem selfish and overbearing. Finding your voice is not about being bossy or always getting your own way; it is just about being honest and understood. Banish myths about ideal relationships. We are all just human and so are the people with whom we fall in love. There is no perfect mate who will meet your every need. But, there may be someone who can accept your real self if you are brave enough to reveal who that is. Partners who care about us and get it right more than they get it wrong make our lives rich and challenging. Identify your personal strengths and interests and put time and energy into nourishing them. If you are a singer, sing. If you are a great accountant, manage some money. Instead of trying to be someone you are not, try enhancing who you already are. Whatever it is that you do well, do it frequently and proudly. Rewards will follow. Learn to say no. Set limits with people. Know when you have done enough. Saying no is not the same as being selfish. Saying no to excessive demands on your time, talent or goodwill creates room for the things to which you really want to say yes. Saying no avoids the resentment and anger that comes from agreeing to things you really do not want to do. Get into action. Take steps, even small ones, to move toward what you want. Take one daily action to move you closer to your desires. Make the first phone call, rewrite your resume, organize your closet. We usually know the end result we want, but often fail to take the first step. Do not wait until you feel like doing it just begin. Create balance in your life. If any one area of life is consuming all your time, look at small ways to make a shift. Do you need to cut back on work? Initiate more social contacts? Increase family time? A balanced life reflects attention to each of the following areas: physical, social, emotional, work/productivity, intellectual and spiritual. Examine your belief about men/women, husbands/wives, family and relationships. Do these reflect what you truly believe and value, or are they remnants of what you learned and absorbed from your family of origin? Some old beliefs that keep us stuck might be: I need to be married to be happy. You can have a successful career or a successful relationship, but not both. If you really loved me, you would know what I need. Make sure that the beliefs that are driving your present life embody who you are and what you really want from life. Try living without masks. Whoever you are is fine. If you change to fit in with others, you are not living authentically. People will love the real you if you will just let them see who that is. In fact, without masks, you are more likely to attract people into your life who share your values and interests. Be OK alone. Take the time to discover yourself. Find whatever it is that restores you and give a few minutes each day to nourishing yourself in solitude. A life that is too busy can easily crowd out moments of reflection that reconnect you with your core self and your reason for being. Janice Clarkson, Ed.D., a Fernandina Beach resident, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Addiction Professional. Readers with confidential questions may e-mail her at jjclarkson@earthlink.net. Vice Mayor Len Kreger pointed out that the city currently has one continuing services contract, with Passero Associates. Kreger said the city does need such firms in place for services in different areas but that 26 is a lot. Continuing services contracts, I think, are critical to effective management, delivery and construction, but Im not sure we want 26 continuing service contracts, he said. This is a way to get around looking and proposing. I would rather see four or five, after significant evaluation, and I dont know that that actually happened, that you actually looked at projects and called references with all 26. They were qualified based upon their licensed qualifications with the state of Florida, Martin said. Having a license doesnt mean you are well qualified, Kreger said. You could be sued 25 times. You could do poor quality work. Commissioner Chip Ross said he believes the more the merrier, and that the city should have the expertise to choose a firm. Commissioner Roy Smith said the extensive list would help limit the perception that certain companies are favored and receive more business from the city. Commissioners also passed, on its first reading, an ordinance that, if approved on second reading, will add the term waterenhanced to a list of the types of properties exempt from certain building codes in the waterfront Community Redevelopment Area and raise the building heights allowed from 30 to 40 feet. Ross said he wanted to make amendments to the ordinance regarding how the heights of the buildings are measured and to increase the types of properties that can be developed on the waterfront. The first reading of the ordinance passed 4-1, with Smith casting the dissenting vote. 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r Subscribeand get to know whats happening in your community. Local area news Local events calendar Local & regional politics Local community announcements Local high school & youth sports Local school news & developments Local opinions & editorials Local new business openings Advertiseand reach more than 38,000 potential customers with each print & digital edition. Guaranteed paid local subscribers & readers Mid-week or weekend print & digital editions Professional marketing department Full-service professional ad design & composition Ad campaign opportunities tailored to your business Print, web & mobile marketing options Targeted niche specialty products Outstanding customer serviceSubscribe to the News-Leader today!Visit us at fbnewsleader.com or call us at 261-3696 B est ValueWhether youre a local reader or a local business, your local newspaper delivers r this thing out of the hole. And so they did. Except this time, when they got back, they couldnt find George, the hole, the tree or the box or anything. So everybody started looking for George. They looked the rest of the day and couldnt find him, so they reported it to the authorities I assume that was the county sheriff at the time and they kept looking for him into the night. Well, the next morning at daybreak they found him on the beach about where the south foot of the jetty is today, and he was completely stripped of all his clothes. He was nude, unconscious and he was all cut up. The sand where he was laying was pink all around where he had bled all night. So, naturally they got him to the hospital, and I think it was old Dr. Humphries that worked on him. They put him in the hospital in a coma. About six days later he woke up and people wanted to know what had happened. He said, Look Im going to tell you once what happened but I want the sheriff here. I want the judge here. I want the doctor here. There were certain other people he wanted in the room. (Once they were gathered), he said, Im going to tell you what happened one time, but dont you ever ask me again. First of all, I dont believe in ghosts and I dont believe in spirits, but I will tell you this: Something came out of that box that I couldnt see, and the last I remember was being drug through the hammocks. And there you have the Spanish bayonets and the big briars and, thus, him being cut all up. And now you people tell me I have been here for six days. Thats all I remember and dont ever ask me again. So I guess somewhere out there is an oak tree with the remnants of an old block and tackle in it, concluded Deonas. Maybe this time (whoever is looking for it) ought to take the shovels and block and tackle with them so they can get that box out of the ground. Deonas describes himself as passionate about local history. His family played a prominent role in the local shrimping industry in the early 20th century. His grandfather, Mike Tiliakos, immigrated to Fernandina from Greece in 1912, married a local girl and founded a business building wooden boats for shrimpers. His father, Demetrio Nicholas Jimmy Deonas, immigrated from Greece in 1941 to join the family business. The family contributed to the rise of Fernandinas shrimping industry, which peaked in the 1960s. Deonas gives occasional lectures on wooden boat building at the Amelia Island Museum of History. Deonas is compiling video memoirs of growing up here during Fernandinas heyday called Amelia Island Footprints. Video chapters including interviews with other locals are now available at YouTube.com. Four chapters are available online with new episodes coming out Thursdays and Saturdays. He expects to finish the project in about a Continued from 1A Amelia Island is a spooky place, according to Nick Deonas, above. Doubters think the orbs in a photo like this one are artifacts that appear when a piece of dust, an insect or a water droplet close to the camera but outside the depth of field, reflects the cameras flash as a circle of light. Others believe a photo such as this reveals spirits that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Local real estate agent Nick Deonas says he took this photo with a cell phone during a night tour conducted by Amelia Island Ghost Tours of St. Peters and Fernandez cemeteries, right. Its not clear if this headstone in St. Peters Churchs cemetery reflects the sentiments of the departed or those left behind, below right. year. Besides his talents as a raconteur, Deonas is also a musician and songwriter. His latest songs Whiskey Man and Homeward in collaboration with fellow musician Howard Scott are featured on the Howard Scott Show on the Red Stream at Fishbowl Radio Network. Deonas is a lifelong resident of Fernandina Beach, where he has been in the real estate business for more than 40 years. He is also administrator and CFO for Best Friends Companion Care. He is retired from the Fernandina Beach Fire Department and has served on both the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners and the Ocean Highway and Port Authority.PEG DAVIS/NEWS-LEADER NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 12 10/23/18 4:34 PM

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+ Properties, the development arm of Rayonier Inc., which owns most of the property in the district, have been embattled over who will pay to create and maintain public recreational facilities there. County commissioners could ask local legislators to add amendments to HB 1075 in an attempt to solve the issue. The BOCC has also threatened to seek repeal of legislation in an effort to dissolve the East Nassau Stewardship District. Bean said he has been working with both parties to bring a conclusion to the conflict. I have had meetings with Nassau County. Ive had meetings with Wildlight, he said. Things are going to get better when they start working together and meeting. Im optimistic that we can bring parties together to have a dialogue. Both parties would do far better working together than the adversarial relationship that they have now. I think new commissioners will help. That will be a new chance for a new start, a new beginning. He said that, while he remains optimistic about the situation, he would support the county if it attempts to repeal HB 1075. I am going to go with Nassau County. If they ask me to do something then Im going to be working for the people and for Nassau County, as I would Jacksonville, he said. If (Jacksonvilles) city council asked me to do something, Im working for them.Bean weighed in on another local issue operations at the Port of Fernandina. Worldwide Terminals Fernandina took over the operation of the port from Kinder Morgan earlier this year. The ports operating contract with Nassau Terminals LLC was transferred to Worldwide. WTF CEO Christopher Ragucci asked the Ocean Highway and Port Authority to enter into a new, potentially 34-year contract incorporating the time left on the old agreement, and the OPHA agreed at a special meeting Friday. The new agreement calls for an initial 10-year term with two 12-year renewals. Bean, who spoke with the News-Leader before the contract was finalized, referred to Kinder Morgans break with OHPA as a divorce, and said OHPA should be leery of entering into another long-term commitment with Worldwide so quickly. I think 30 years would be a mistake right now, he said. We just got divorced, and now, we havent even dated yet, but we want to get married and sign a 30-year deal? I think that would be a mistake. Bean said that, while Ragucci has been more aggressively seeking funding for the port than Kinder Morgan, OHPA would be better served by letting Worldwide Terminals prove itself before committing to a long contract. If its horrible, were stuck, he said. Theres already (more than five) years left (on the contract) right now. So, if we did nothing, weve got (those) years with him. Thats a good way to wait. Then, we could say, Lets do a five-year add-on. If he is putting infrastructure into the port, the port could come up and say, We will honor that agreement. If he sells, were going to assume liability for these port improvements. That helps everybody, increasing the capacity of the port or putting in storage or whatnot. They could do that, which is a better way to go than just saying 30 years and cross your fingers.rThe lack of affordable housing for Nassau Countys workers is another issue Bean was asked to address. Bean contended Nassau County has done well with the State Housing Initiatives Partnership program SHIP which uses part of the revenue received from documentary stamp taxes to provide local governments an incentive to create partnerships that produce and preserve affordable homeownership and multifamily housing. The program was designed to serve very low, low and moderate-income families, according to floridahousing.org. In Nassau County, qualified homeowners can get down payment assistance or grants to rehabilitate their homes. The $850,000 in SHIP funds allocated to the county in 2017 was gone within the first day the application process opened. A total of eight homes were rehabilitated with the 2017 SHIP funds, according to the countys program coordinator. In years past, money from the Sadowski Trust Fund has been transferred into the general fund in order to balance the budget. Bean defended the transfer of those funds: We dont borrow money for ongoing expenses. I stand by that. However, thats turned. For the last couple of years, the economy of Florida has been roaring and that allows us to fund a variety of things from doc stamps, including Florida Forever (which) got $100 million this past year. Thats exciting.fIn 2015, the state rejected $18 billion in federal money that would have expanded Medicaid and provided health care coverage to 650,000 Florida residents over 10 years, according to The New York Times. Bean said he did not support the state taking the money and expanding the program because Medicaid is a flawed system. He did support a state bill, but it did not pass. The bill that I did three years ago said, Federal government, give us the money, and well put everybody in private insurance, Bean said. That was the bill that I passed through the Florida Senate, but it did not pass through the Florida House of Representatives. It would have been a mistake just to pass Medicaid expansion. Its a very unsustainable program. Another idea he supports is direct primary care, which bypasses private heath insurance completely. Doctors can open an office without accepting insurance. They can just accept cash, he said. Practices that do that are much more affordable and understandable. Its very confusing to go to a doctors office and try to pay cash. I think thats going to be, using the free market, our best bet going forward with increasing access.rBean said he supports funding charter schools with public money, in the interests of parental choice. Every kid is different, and the parent needs to have the choice of where to send their kid, he said. Asked about the lack of accountability charter schools have, compared to public schools, Bean said the fact that charter schools have flexibility makes them different. There needs to be some standards, but if we treat them exactly like our typical public schools, theyre going to become our typical public schools, Bean said.ntbTurning to environmental issues, Bean said he does not see where current state policies had anything to do with the red tide and blue-green algae blooms this year that affected the tourist economy on both sides of the state. Thats Mother Nature, he said. However, we have sent billions of dollars to help solve South Floridas water crisis with overflows of Lake Okeechobee. Were purchasing land where there can be water storage so, before its discharged, it will be cleaned. Im really happy to say that tucked into that bill was money for the St. Johns River Water Management District for projects up here that will help drainage and water quality and to purchase land.Bean said he voted against an assault weapons ban in Florida, but he did support the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act after meeting with the parents of students who died in the February mass shooting at the school. Both sides think we went either too far or didnt go far enough, depending on your stance on guns, he said. Im an NRA member. I have always voted with the NRA. The NRA was not happy with my vote because we raised the age of purchase to 21 for a long-barreled gun or an assault rifle. We didnt take away ownership. We just took away the right to purchase. We didnt ban guns, so Ive had people really upset with me that we didnt ban guns. Ive had people upset with me that felt that, by raising the age of purchase, weve gone too far. The legislation also required school boards to have security officers in schools, which has been called an unfunded mandate, as the amount of funding in the act was not enough to pay for the officers it requires. I disagree, Bean said. We gave the money and allowed them to draw it down. They have great flexibility, our school districts have great flexibility. Did we pay 100 percent of everything? We expect them to share some of the cost. A lot of that is an option. We gave options of having armed school personnel with training. Thats an option. They can take it or not take it. But Bean says he might support more background checks. If theres a way that we can increase background checks to make sure that everybody that has a weapon is really capable of safety in using it, then yes, he said. Everybody wants to make sure that mentally healthy individuals are who owns guns. He said an important element in the new legislation is a mechanism that allows a member of law enforcement or a family member of someone who may be mentally incapacitated to go before a judge and have that persons weapons removed until they can prove that they are responsible enough to have firearms. Law enforcement hasnt had that tool in the past, Bean said. I think we have known that there were people that shouldnt have had weapons, and this is hopefully a way to remove them in a legal manner. Theres a balance. If government is the only one picking who can have weapons and who cant, thats scary. Bean discussed two bills he will back in the next session, if reelected. One is centered on police animals. Two weeks ago, the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office was chasing a perpetrator and cornered him, he explained. He was warned that they were going to send their police dog in if they didnt surrender. He didnt surrender. They sent the police dog in and he executed the dog. Its only a third degree felony to kill a police K-9 unit or a police horse. Were going to look at increasing the penalties for murdering a K-9 unit. Bean also described a project to improve the views coming onto Amelia Island with newly planted trees, a joint effort with the Nassau County Chamber of Commerce. Were going to make sure we make it look nice. Were still over a year away from A1A getting done. That cant come fast enough. Im excited about that project. Its going to be a smooth ride in. Were going to time the lights better. Bean said making fiduciary decisions for the state can be difficult, as each group wants a slice of Floridas financial pie. No matter whats your passion, most people feel their passion isnt given priority status, he said. If youre in education and only support public education, even though last year was a record amount of funding for education, youll say its not enough. Florida Forever was one of the biggest funding sources last year that has ever been funded in quite some time. Theyll say its not enough, but the way Florida balances its budget, we only spend the amount of money taken in. You have to have priorities. You have to be able to fight. Last year, we had pay raises for correctional officers, for state attorneys, for public defenders. The correctional officers were in the $29,000 range, we brought them up to $34,000. Some attorneys that came out working for the state attorney, or the public defenders that were coming out with $200,000 of law school debt, making $39,000. How do we expect them to stay? We gave them raises. I think were sharing the wealth. Is there more to do? There is work to do on all of the above. Bean said that work will not include a tax increase, and that wont mean a lack of services, even as Floridas population, and need for services, increases. Our economys going to grow. Thats how we funded it, he said. Under Governor Scott, weve cut taxes over $1 billion in the last seven years. Im proud of that. Thats led to more jobs being created here, more people moving here. Thats how our economy has grown, and will continue to grow. Were growing the pot, were growing the pie. When we grow the pie, theres more for everybody. r nAmelia Island & Nassau Countys #1 Property Management Company! ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS AND INVESTORSWe presently have major demand for potential tenants seeking housing on Amelia Island & Nassau County. This is an opportunity to sign leases with quality tenants at top rental rates! CALL US WE CAN HELP!Justin MillerSenior Property Manager, Broker Associate, Realtor904-277-6597As your Property Manager we will.... 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r UF Health Wildlight Coming Fall 2019UF Health Wildlight is a planned 40,000-square-foot medical oce building for urgent care, primary care, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, dentistry, mental health, and imaging and lab services. Our health care providers will oer the resources and breadth of knowledge to ensure healthy living is integrated into the fabric of the Wildlight community through healthy habits, education, tness and recreation programs. Visit Wildlight.UFHealthJax.org to learn more. 000833 277-3942CFC 1426558 FL CFC 057478GA MPR 006661474390 E. S.R. 200 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 DEERTRACKS Dont be upset if you missed last Saturdays Dragon Unborn Haunt ed Trails in Yulee (google it). Saturday October 27 the CREEPS will be out again. Your donation of canned goods, cash or checks to the Haunt benets Barnabas Food Pantry, Cat Angels and the Yu lee football team. Its good family fun held in the woods so dont wear ip-ops or open shoes. Come by the coffee is on. Your plumbing SCARING YOU? We are your ONE CALL FULL SERVICE COMPANY. Repair, re-pipe, replace, 24/7 emergency service and new construction for residential, commercial and industrial needs. Showroom and counter sales open for you. Call, come by or email daveturnerplumbing@comcast.net. We ARE hiring! Follow us on FACEBOOK.Your neighbors offering service to you. Come by and visit. DEERWALK It was that time of year again time to help judge the crafts and homemaking entries for the Northeast Florida Fair. Had a year gone by so quickly? But there we were, a carload of gals from Fernandina and Yule, all ready to serve. This year the five of us already knew what entries we wanted to judge. I chose photography the only craft I know. Others chose yarn arts, plants, and other areas they were familiar with. After a brief introduction by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science extension service organizers, we 30 or so volunteers were sent off to our various stations. Our job was to evaluate the entries and award ribbons, mostly blue ones, since we were instructed to be lenient and forgiving. Once the judging was finished and we were all well fed with catered barbeque and homemade desserts, the group dispersed, but we five gals didnt leave right away. Although the fair was closed this Monday, one exhibit in our area was up and running. We gathered around the chicken and egg display and were delighted to find that one egg in the incubator was in the process of hatching. While I have some chick-rearing experience and three of the others came here from rural areas where chickens are a regular sight, one gal is from the city. This might have been her first time seeing a chicken hatch. Her excitement was contagious and we all enjoyed the natural show with her. As we gathered around, transfixed, I couldnt help but think about my own chicken hatching experience when I was in high school. As a suburban kid I was not around farm animals, but I decided to learn about chickens for a biology project. My father helped me procure fertilized chicken eggs, and, using his engineering skills, he rigged up a hatchery with a heat source and thermostat. Every few days, for much of the 21-day incubation period, I opened up an egg. A friend and I drew sketches showing the stages of embryo development. But when the chick embryos became more recognizable as baby chickens, I stopped opening up the eggs and let the rest hatch out instead. I kept those chicks in our basement until rfntnffPHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TURLEY/FOR THE NEWS-LEADERLeft, a vendor in Cambodia sells balut, almost hatched baby ducks, a regional delicacy. Above, a hatching chick display is featured at the Northeast Florida Fair. Below, some of the recently hatched, colorful chicks on display at the fair. they got way too big and some started crowing. Time to go back to the farm! When I was in Cambodia, I came across a street vendor selling balut, nearly hatched duck eggs cooked in the shell and a regional delicacy. I watched the vendor setting up her display, with each egg carefully opened a bit to show the cooked bird inside. Based on my long ago high school project, these duck embryos looked to me to be about 18 to 20 days old, just about ready to hatch before they were boiled as food. Like many others Ive shown those photos to, I was appalled at the thought of eating almosthatched baby ducks. But then I started thinking about it. When is it okay to eat a duck? As an egg? Certainly, yes. As an adult roast duck? Yum yum! So, why would it be so disgusting to eat a baby duck still in the egg? Whatever the reason, eating baby ducks that are still in the shell is indeed problematic for many of us, but it is part of the regional cuisine of Southeast Asia. Ive talked to former U.S. Peace Corps volunteers in the Philippines who said eating those baby duck eggs is a rite of passage for new volunteers. Eating them has also been featured in various reality television series like Fear Factor, Bizarre Foods and Survivor. I have to admit that I did not even attempt to eat one when I found them in Phnom Penh. It was just too graphic for me to see the bills, feet, and fluffy feathers of a baby duck. I love eggs, I love roast duck, but Ill leave the balut eating to people in Southeast Asia. At the fair, my friends and I were happy to enjoy the little chick leaving its shell for a life on its own, even though we knew that it was most likely destined to be killed for food somewhere along the line. There was something about that cute baby chick that triggered our ahhhh reflex and not our salivary glands. It must be a cultural thing. Pat Foster-Turley is a zoologist on Amelia Island. She welcomes your nature questions and observations.rfnt NL 6 col. 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rfn tb b rff SPECIAL FBHS head golf coach Christina Steffen, left, with Lady Pirates Maddy Campbell, Daisy Adams, Taylor Holwell, Sydney Lippmann, Anika Richards and Katelin Richards Monday at Blue Sky Golf Club. More photos, 4B. The district champion Lady Pirates took second place in Mondays Region 2-2A tourna ment at the Blue Sky Golf Club in Jacksonville. The Fernandina Beach High School girls golf team posted a 315, bettered only by Ponte Vedras 305. Both teams advance to state next week at Mission Inn Resort and Club. Im super proud of the girls, FBHS Coach Christina Steffen said. They shot 30 shots better than their team district score last week. All the regional scores were incredible. Im so excited for the girls. They have earned this. What a great experience for them. Katelin Richards took fourth place individually with a round of 76. Anika Richards and Taylor Holwell both shot 79s; Maddy Campbell had an 81; and Daisy Adams posted an 87. The Lady Hornets placed seventh at region with a team score of 424. Yulee was led by Haylee Hornback with an 87. Alanis Maldonado had a 110; Gretta Creger shot a 113; Avery Dickerson had a 114; and Lexey Spurgeon posted a 132. The FBHS girls and boys captured district titles on Oct. 15 at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club to advance to the regional tournament. The Pirates played Tuesday at Palencia. I am proud of both teams, Steffen said. They have worked hard all season, and both had competitive schedules to get them ready for postsea son. It was the Lady Pirates 10th district title in a row, six for the Pirates, who have captured eight since Steffen took over the program at FBHS. Both teams were recog nized and awarded their district trophies at halftime of Friday nights football game. nt bt r The Pirates had a scheduled road game but will be at home instead Friday nght, when they host North Florida Educational Institute at 7 p.m. This weeks game was slated to be away, but due to their home field not be com pleted in time, they asked to move it to our place, said Jude Swearingen, head football coach at Fernandina Beach High School. The FBHS Pirates (1-7) are coming off a 48-3 loss to visiting Satellite Beach. The Scorpions scored 20 points in the first quarter and 14 in the second to boat a 34-3 halftime lead. Nick Vanlenneps field goal provided the lone Pirate points. Jackson Mock completed four of 11 passes for 40 yards for FBHS. Devin Jennings was the leading rusher with 91 yards on 17 attempts. Uriah Giedrys had 56 yards on 15 touches, and Chase Boyd had 35 yards on 11 carries. Boyd also had 45 yards in receptions. The Pirate defense was led by Toraino Nelms with a solo tackle and a pair of assists. Cam Miller had two solo stops. Jennings, Nathan Manning and Charlie DuBose had a solo tackle and an assist apiece. A.J. West, Jonathan Beckett and Vanlennep had two assists each. FBHS seniors will be hon ored before kickoff Friday. We will honor the seniors and their parents for the foot ball team, marching band and cheerleaders, Swearingen said. We are hoping to have a good week and honor our seniors with a win. Yulee dropped to 2-6 over all and 2-1 in the district with Fridays 46-14 loss to visiting Suwannee (5-3). Kyle Lee completed 10 of 18 passes for 123 yards. Devonn Littlejohn reeled in three for 40 yards. Garrett Halliwell had two for 29, and Nyle Perkins had three for 25. Jalen Holmes was Yulees top rusher with 38 yards on eight carries. The Hornet defense was anchored by Ethan Wilder (seven solo tackles, four assists and one quarterback sack) and Bryson Williams (six solo stops, four assists and a tackle for a loss). Clayton Walden had six tackles and two assists; Gavin Knight had four solo tackles and three assists; and Marquise Floyd recorded three solo stops and three assists. Yulee heads to Ribault Thursday for a district matchup with the Trojans at 7 p.m. Yulee caps the season Nov. 2 at Fernandina Beach. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. for the finale. Uriah Giedrys, above left, carries the ball for the Pirates Friday. Devin Jennings drags a Satellite Beach High School Scorpion with him, above right. Cam Miller with a tackle, right. A.J. West blocks for Chase Boyd, below left. A Scorpion dodges Joe Fallon, below right. PHOTOS BY BETH JONES NEWS-LEADER The Pirate offense in action Friday night, left and far left. Jennings carries the ball, left. Jackson Mock looks for a receiver, far left. NEW Sports Wed.indd 1 10/23/18 10:49 AM

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LLERANDI 10-13 Name _____________________________________ Phone ____________________________________ Address___________________________________ City ______________________________________ State/Zip __________________________________ 1. Texas vs Oklahoma State __________________________ 2. North Carolina State vs Syracuse ____________________ 3. Texas A&M vs Mississippi State ____________________ 4. Washington State vs Stanford _______________________ 5. Tennessee vs South Carolina ________________________ 6. Florida vs Georgia _________________________________ 7. North Carolina vs Virginia _________________________ 8. Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers ______________ 9. Seattle Seahawks vs Detroit Lions ____________________ 10. New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings _____________ 11. Washington Redskins vs New York Giants ___________ 12. San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals ____________ TIE BREAKER: Green Bay Packers vs Los Angles Rams (Total Points) _______ CANDY HAMMERNews-Leader 12-11 The Fernandina Beach Fire Department, Fernandina Beach Police Department, Nassau County Fire-Rescue 3101 will compete in the fourth annual Guns & Hoses Softball Tournament Dec. 8 at the Ybor Alvarez Sports Complex. There will be bounce houses, food trucks and emergency vehicles on site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Games will be played at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults; no charge for children 12 and under. The event benefits the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For information, call 310-3153.rffnn efit Shop with Cops on Dec. 7 at Jacksonville Clay Target Sports. Registration is at 9 a.m.; shooting begins at 10 a.m.; and lunch and awards ceremony are at noon. Cost is $600 for four-person teams and $350 for two-person teams. Deadline to enter is Nov. 27. Cost is $605 for four-man teams after the deadline. Send entries and payments to Boatwright, 77151 Citizens Circle, tnbAmelia Island Nassau County youth lacrosse program for boys and girls ages 8-15. Registration is open for the 2019 spring season. No prior experience or knowledge of the sport is necessary. The club is and volunteer driven. Visit www.ameliaislandlacrosse. org or the club Facebook site, www. facebook.com/groups/AINC Youth and updates or contact Head Coach Carl J. Bazarian at carljbaz@gmail. com (703) 981-7703 or President Robby Allen at aincyouthlacrosse@ gmail.com or (843) 263-0761.rnfnrrRegistration is open for the 15th 13. Register at www.katiecaplesfoundation.com.rbrbnThe Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Kraft Athletic Club at Ten Acres, located off Buccaneer Trail. Social hour starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by a potluck dinner, business meeting and guest speaker presentation. Guests are welcome. Current boat ownership or sailing skills are not prerequisites to joining. Club activities throughout the year may include day/overnight excursions by water and/or land, sailboat racing, social activities such as tubing, swimming with manatees, picnics and parties; as well as assisting with local conservation and environmental efforts in surrounding waters. Contact Commodore Tom Maguire at (703) 298-1714 for information.bbThe Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque pickup games on the petanque courts at the south end of the downtown Marina Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and most afternoons on weekdays. Petanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both horseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling game. The public is always welcome. Call 491-1190.n annual Turkey Trot 5K will start and Wellness Center and meander through the historic American Beach community on Thanksgiving Day. Additionally, a one-mile Youth Fun Run will be held immediately after the 5K is finished, so pint-size junior family members can join in the fun. This race will be chip-timed by Milestone Race Authority. The course Village Drive. Check-in and day-of-registration is from 6:45-7:30 a.m. The 5K begins at 8 a.m., and the Youth Fun Run begins at 9 a.m. Awards will be given out to the top overall male and female and the top three male and female winners in the 14 age categories. All kids in the onemile run get an award for finishing. Registration forms are available at and Current Running or register by mail. Register directly online at www. Active.com. Call 415-1429. Cost is $25 per adult; $15 per event, checks and cash only will be accepted. All pre-registered participants will receive a goody bag, which will include one race T-shirt. A portion of proceeds will stock the shelves of The Barnabas Food Pantry of Nassau County.brbSenior league bowling is offered at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays at the bowling alley off U.S. 17 in Yulee. The group also meets for Christian league at 6 p.m. Thursdays.nThe Nassau Sport Fishing Association holds its monthly business meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. The monthly social get-together is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month. The location for both meetings is Kraft Ten Acres, 961023 Buccaneer Trail, Fernandina Beach. All are welcome to attend the meetings. The Nassau Sport Fishing Association, founded in 1983, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to develop and promote saltwater fishing in the Nassau County area while adhering to state, federal and local regulations, to encourage compliance with rules of water safety by club members and the general public and to promote youth-related community and other civic-minded activities. Contact President Dennis Burke at (256) 453-4744 or email info@ nsfafish.net for information.rrrThe North Florida Bicycle Club offers several organized bicycle rides each week at various times and locations on Amelia Island and in Nassau County. Cyclists of all abilities are welcome. Helmets and a bicycle in good working condition are required. Bicycle safety will be emphasized at the start of each ride. Cyclists typically split into groups, depending on pace and skill level, and there are options to cut the ride short. Anyone who joins the group optional. Call 261-5160 or visit www.ameliaislandcycling.com, www.ameliaislandtrail.org or www.nfbc.us.brnThe McArthur YMCA offers Walk with Me, a program designed for people to walk with other people. The trail will be Amelia Park. The goal is a 50-minute walk with five minutes of stretching before and after the walk. The program is held at 8 a.m. Mondays. Meet at the McArthur YMCA, 1951 Citrona Drive. Walkers of all ages and levels are welcome. Call 261-1080 for information.rbrnU.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Amelia Island Flotilla 14-1 meets the first Thursday in the Amelia Island Call 261-1889 for information. NEW Sports Wed.indd 2 10/23/18 9:07 AM

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rf I am so excited that this years Flounder Pounder event contributed some $95,000 for Jacksonvilles JSA School for Autism, Tournament Director Chip Davis said. What is really amazing is both first-place winners Teddy Clayman and Ryan Voght donated their winnings of $4,000 to JSA School of Autism as well. We had 174 boats compete in the Saturday event, which saw excellent weather and was held from Beach Marine. The big event was sponsored by North Beach Fish Camp and many other local businesses. I am so pleased with all the businesses and people that donated to this event, Chip Davis said. Dave Workman Jr. once again donated a Power Pole for the blind drawing, which was a huge fundraiser for our event. Michelle Dunham started JSA School for Autism in 2004, when she realized her son, Nick, needed special care to deal with his autism. Chip and Teresa Davis son, Tyler, has been attending the school. The school has dramatically helped our son Tyler, Chip Davis said. When Teresa and I realized this big improvement in our son, I organized the annual Flounder Pounder tournament as a fundraiser for JSA School for Autism. The event is growing by leaps and bounds, with this year being a record event in both participation and raising funds. We have seen a slight decline of the flounder populations through the years that we have been holding this event. I believe its time to take a close look at Floridas fishing regulations for flounder, which allow fishermen to keep 10 flounder per day measuring at least 12 inches. I believe the size limit should be increased to 15 inches and the daily bag limit reduced to five flounder per day. Teddy Clayman had the largest flounder, weighing 8.48 pounds, in the popular tournament this year. Ryan Voght took top honors in the aggregate division with 15.43 pounds. Young Micah Bush captured first-place honors in the youth division with a 2.67-pound flounder. The Florida record flounder weighed 20.9 pounds and was caught by L.W. Mungin on Dec. 23, 1983. Flounder can be found in a wide variety of coastal habitats, including brackish and saltwater rivers, bays and beaches. Typically, flounder are found concealing their bodies on muddy or sandy bottoms, where they can easily capture a variety of forage foods as they swim too close to their hideout. Flounder can be caught with a variety of baits and lures. Dragging a barbed mud minnow over the bottom is a deadly flounder fishing tactic. A spinner worked slowly along the bottom is a deadly flounder fishing tactic as well. Flounder are notorious for striking their quarry, then coming back to eat the struggling forage food. Many lure and bait fishermen will wait a long count of 10 after a flounder strike is detected before setting their sharp saltwater hook. Gigging flounder is also popular while probing the shallows with a gig and lantern. To learn more about JSA School for Autism, visit www. jsakids.org. The second annual Heroes on the Water fishing tournament and festival will be held from St. Marys Buccaneer Bait & Tackle on Nov. 3. For information, call Maria Pittman at (912) 552-4988. r FERNANDINA BEACH TIDES T ides, Sun & Moo n : October 24 October 31, 2018 Sat. 10/27 Sun. 10/28 Mon. 10/29 Tues. 10/30 Fri. 10/26Thurs.10/25 Wed.10/31 Moonset 7:20A Sunrise 7:34A Full Moon 12:47P Sunset 6:45P Moonrise 7:09PWed.10/24 Low 2:46A -0.62 High 9:14A 6.49 Low 3:15P 1.91 High 9:37P 6.04 Sunrise 7:35A Moonset 8:20A Sunset 6:44P Moonrise 7:48P Sunrise 7:36A Moonset 9:22A Sunset 6:43P Moonrise 8:30P Low 3:25A -0.77 High 9:56A 6.65 Low 3:56P -0.57 High 10:18P 5.98 Low 4:05A -0.84 High 10:39A 6.74 Low 4:39P -0.55 High 11:01P 5.86 Low 4:46A -0.80 High 11:25A 6.74 Low 5:24P -0.42 High 11:48P 5.71 Sunrise 7:37A Moonset 11:28A Sunset 6:41P Moonrise 10:11P High --A -- Low 5:31A -0.67 High 12:13P 6.68 Low 6:15P -0.22 Sunrise 7:38A Moonset 12:29P Sunset 6:40P Moonrise 11:09P High 12:38A 5.56 Low 6:21A -0.46 High 1:05P 6.56 Low 7:10P -0.02 Sunrise 7:39A Moonset 1:26P Sunset 6:39PTide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary.Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.High 2:32A 5.41 Low 8:25A -0.07 High 3:03P 6.32 Low 9:16P 0.09 High 1:32A 5.45 Low 7:20A -0.23 High 1:07P 8.81 Low 8:12P 0.11 Moonrise 12:11A Sunrise 7:39A Last. Qtr. 12:42P Moonset 2:18P Sunset 6:38P Sunrise 7:36A Moonset 10:25A Sunset 6:42P Moonrise 9:18P PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU Floridas Oldest Weekly Newspaper The News-Leader printed edition and fbnewsleader.com offer the opportunity to promote and advertise your business to thousands of customers each week. Call 261-3696 and ask for Candy or Meghan and put the News-Leader to work for you!This Space Available! PHOTOS BY TERRY LACOSS/SPECIALChip Davis, top, heads up the annual Flounder Pounder tournament, which raised some $95,000 this year for JSA School for Autism. Teresa and Chip Davis are pictured with their son Tyler, who attends JSA School for Autism, above. Both parents agree the special school has helped their son tremendously. David Shindel was drifting a large live shrimp close to a mud flat oysterbar when the seasoned angler hooked this big Amelia Island flounder, far left. Michelle Dunham, director of JSA School for Autism; Chip Davis, Flounder Pounder tournament director; and junior angler winner Micah Bush, left. Find The News-Leaderon the World Wide Web www.fbnewsleader.com Read the news, e-mail the staff, check the classifieds, or subscribe to Floridas Oldest Weekly Newspaper! 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r Swing into Savings 2018-2019 Memberships Memberships include: Starting at: $600 Annually $21 plus tax Cart Fee 18 holes $10.50 plus tax Cart Fee 9 holes Unlimited Memberships: $3,000 Annually No Green Fees No Cart Fee fernandinabeachgolfclub.com & Easter Egg Hunt YUC46441 S UND A Y A P R I L 5th 1 0am B R U N C H 1 2pm EGG H U N TR S VP in t h e R e s t a u r a n t o r Call 9 0 4. 3 1 0. 3 1 75Reservations Requested $ 1 5.95 A D U L T S | $ 7 .95 C H I L D R E N 1 2 & U N D E R Memberships valid October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019 Purchase your Membership Starting September 1, 2018 www.fernandinabeachgolfclub.com (904) 310-3175 2800 Bill Melton Rd. Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Varsity Football Oct. 26 at North Fl. Edu. Institute 7:00 Nov. 2 at Yulee 7:00 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Varsity Football Oct. 26 at Ribault* 7:00 Nov. 2 FERNANDINA BEACH 7:00 *District FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Junior Varsity Football Oct. 25 at Episcopal 6:00 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Cross Country Oct. 28 DISTRICT 8/8:35 Nov. 4 Regional at Alligator Lake Park Nov. 11 State The second annual Cumberland Sound Warriors Inshore Tournament and Festival scheduled for Nov. 3 is attracting anglers and spectators from Georgia, Florida and afar to participate in the annual Coastal Georgia event. Event Director Maria Pittman said area businesses have been very generous in supporting the Fundraiser which benefits the Cumberland Sound Georgia Chapter of Heroes on the Water. For information about Heroes on the Water, visit www.heroesonthewater.org On the stage at Buccaneers Bait and Tackle, there will be free live entertainment by Yancy Clegg and Cumberland Sound. Participants will be fishing in waters from Brunswick to Jacksonville. Anglers will be fishing for redfish, speckled trout and sheepshead. There is also a redfish spots jackpot for an extra chance to win some cash. There are three divisions. Fish by boat, kayak or from dock/shore. The captains meeting will take place from 6:30-8:30 Nov. 2 at Buccaneers Bait and Tackle, 290 E. Meeting St. in St. Marys. The event includes a day of fishing, food, entertainment, vendors, pirates, kids zone, cash and other prizes. Tournament headquarters will be at Buccaneers Bait and Tackle. Visit www.buccaneersbaittackle.com/event/tournament/ registration/ for more details and to register.PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADERThe Fernandina Beach High School boys and girls golf teams were recognized at halftime of Friday nights football game. Both teams captured the district title on Oct. 15 at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club to advance to the Region 2-2A tournament. The FBHS girls played Monday and were runners-up. They qualify for state. The Pirates played Tuesday in a regional tournament at Palencia.rfntbr tnrtn FERNANDINA BEACH PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT RECREATION ROUNDUP Visit www.fbfl.us. SPORTS/FITNESS ADULT 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL LEAGUE. Register through Nov. 16 at the MLK Jr. Center on Elm Street. Team registration fee is $50. Four players maximum per team. Games on Monday and Thursday evenings at Peck Gym. Season begins Dec. 6. For information, including league rules, contact John Coverdell (jcoverdell@fbfl.org or 310-3351). OPEN ADULT VOLLEYBALL at Peck Gym 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Informal games on two courts. Teams selected each night. Ages 16 and up (ages 16 and 17 must have parental consent form signed by parents and notarized). Fees are $2/ day city resident, $5 non-city. YOUTH TEAM VOLLEYBALL at Peck Gym Tuesdays and Fridays 3-6 p.m. for school and club teams. Players must have adult coach or adult supervision. Call at 24 hours in advance to reserve courts, 310-3353. Fee is $2/ day city resident, $5 non-city. OPEN ADULT INDOOR SOCCER at Peck Gym Wednesdays 5:30-8 p.m. Informal team games. Ages 16 and up (ages 16 and 17 must have parental consent form signed by parents and notarized before participating). Fees are $2 city residents, $5 non-city residents. OPEN BASKETBALL at Peck Gym Monday and Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (court closes at 5:30 p.m. for adult leagues in winter and summer); Wednesday 11 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.; and Tuesday and Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., based on court availability. Persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by adults age 18 or older. Photo identification required. PICKLEBALL at the Central Park multipurpose court with intermediate/advanced play at 3 p.m. Sundays and Wednesdays and 8 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays; wo8 a.m. Thursdays; social play at 1 p.m. Sundays and 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays; and beginner play and lessons at 1 p.m. Sundays and 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Email dcultice@ yahoo.com. OPEN ROLLER HOCKEY at the Main Beach. Adult skate Tuesdays and Saturdays 6-8 p.m. and family skate Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-10 a.m. Call Ray Matz at (215) 8527038. AQUATICS AQUA 1 and DEEP WATER AEROBICS at Atlantic pool. Aqua 1 (shallow water) classes are MondayFriday from 10-10:55 a.m. Aqua Gym (combination of shallow and deep water) classes are at the MLK Jr. pool on Elm Street Monday and Wednesday from 4-4:55 p.m. and 5:15-6:10 p.m. Deep Water classes (aqua fitness belts required) are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11-11:55 a.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 9-9:55 a.m. Monthly, one class/day, $50 city residents, $63 noncity residents; monthly, two classes/day, $65 city residents, $81 non-city; $5/day for one class, city residents, $6 non-city; $10/day for two classes, city resident, $12 non-city. Aqua Gym monthly fees are $30 city residents, $38 non-city. Water Aerobics/ Fitness combination passes available (includes use of Atlantic Fitness Room). Inquire at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center. SCUBA CLASSES at Atlantic pool. ENCE: A oneto two-hour introductory experience that consists of a short classroom session and trying scuba in our pool with a certified scuba diving instructor or divemaster. Ages 8 and up, $50/person city residents, $62 noncity; $80/couple city residents, $100 non-city; $150/group city residents (up to six people), $188 non-city. Scheduled at your convenience. WATER CERTIFICATION: Private and group instruction available. Standard course: $275 (additional check-out dive fee). eLearner course: $205. Participants must provide their own masks, snorkels, fins, booties, and weight belts. Ages 10 and up. Information and training schedule for available at Atlantic Center. BEACH WHEELCHAIRS can be reserved at the Atlantic Center by paying a refundable $50 deposit. Call 310-3350 for availability. MAHARAJ TENNIS at Central Park courts Wednesday from 10:3011:15 a.m.) and Red Ball 2 (Monday/Wednesday from 11:15 a.m.-noon). Cost is $14/week city residents, $16.80 non-city; Orange Ball (Tuesday/Thursday from 3:304:30 p.m.) and Green Ball (Monday/Wednesday from 3:45-4:45 p.m.). Cost is $18/ week city residents, $21.60 non-city; Junior Intermediate (Tuesday/Thursday from 4:306 p.m.) and Junior Advanced (Monday/Wednesday from 4:45-6:15 p.m.). Cost is $26 city residents, $31.20 noncity. ule: Red Ball 1 (Tuesday/ Thursday from 2:45-3:30 p.m., ages 4-8), $56 city residents, $67.20 non-city. Red Ball 2 (Monday/Wednesday from 3-3:45 p.m., ages 6-10), $49 city residents, $58.80 non-city. Orange Ball (Tuesday/Thursday from 3:30-4:30 p.m., ages 8-12), $72 city residents, $86.40 non-city. Green Ball (Monday/ Wednesday from 3:45-4:45 p.m.), $63 city residents, $75.60 non-city. Junior intermediate (Tuesday/Thursday 4:30-6 p.m., ages 11 and up), $104 city residents, $124.80 non-city. Junior advanced (Monday/Wednesday 4:456:15 p.m., ages 14 and up, high school and USTA tournament players), $91 city residents, $109.20 non-city. clinic (3.0-3.5) Tuesdays 6:15-7:45 p.m. Strokes clinics Wednesdays from 8-9 a.m. (2.5-3.0) and 9-10:30 a.m. (3.0-3.5). Intermediate drills clinics (3.0-3.5) Thursdays from 9-10:30 a.m. Intermediate/advanced drills clinics (3.5-4.0) Thursdays from 6-7:30 p.m. $10/person/ hour for one-hour clinics, $12 non-city; and $15/person for 1 1/2-hour clinics, $18 noncity. Pre-registration required (minimum of three per clinic). sons with Head Professional Vishnu Maharaj or an assistant professional, $60/hour with head professional, $50/ hour with an assistant pro. lessons are also available. $60/hour city residents, $70 non-city. Call 548-1472 or email michelemaha@msn. com to schedule. To register or for information, email rodgibsontennis@gmail.com or call 891-6927. gate keys can be purchased at the Atlantic Center for a $5 fee. Keys may be purchased during normal business hours, Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. INSTRUCTED PROGRAMS CLASS at the MLK, Jr. Center Tues-days and Thursdays at 6 p.m. and Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. Fee is $3/class. Classes follow the Hip Hop Abs video series. All fitness levels welcomed. Contact John Coverdell at 904-3103351 or jcoverdell@fbfl.org. Take part in instructor CAMP at Main Beach (some classes at Egans Creek Park). These outdoor workouts will challenge your aerobic and anaerobic capacities and core strength with sprint drills, plyometric exercises and conditioning circuits. Nutritional coaching and meal plans included. Cost is $150/participant. Weekly class schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 a.m., 7-8 a.m. and 5:306:30 p.m.; Saturdays from 7-8 a.m. (three classes per week recommended). Visit www.rosspersonaltraining.com/Plans-and-Schedule. Call Charity at 729-7965. KARATE at the Peck Studio Japanese Shotokan Karate classes with Sensei Jerry Williamson, a sixthdegree Shotokan black belt with over 30 years of instruction experience. Improve your fitness level, self-control, and self-image while learning selfdefense. Classes are from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Mondays and 3:30-5 p.m. on Wednesdays. Ages 6 and up. City residents: $40/month. Non-city residents: $45/ month. Uniforms available through the instructor. Call Jerry at 765-2441. Register at the Atlantic Center. JAPANESE JU JITSU and KENJUTSU at the Peck Studio. Ju Jitsu involves striking, kicking, throwing and submission through joint locks and finishing techniques. Kenjutsu involves use of the katana (sword) and bokken (wooden sword). Both classes ages 12 and up. Ju Jitsu offered Tuesdays from 7:308:30 p.m. and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.; $8/class or $60/month city residents; $10/ class or $75/month non-city. Kenjutsu offered Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.; $8/class or $30/month city residents; $10/class or $36/month non-city. Contact Sensei Jeff Weisfeld at 310-3354; (443) 864-3331 or jweisfeld@fbfl. org. DEFENSE at Peck Center, Training in self defense provides a platform for developing and improving mental, physical and emotional capabilities to better deal with external aggression. Thursdays from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Ages 12 and up; $3/ class or $10/month city residents, $5/class or $15/month non-city. Contact instructor Jeff Weisfeld at 310-3354, (443) 864-3331 or jweisfeld@ fbfl.org. NEW Sports Wed.indd 4 10/23/18 10:50 AM

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r The registration deadline is a month away for the 2018 Florida Senior Games, presented by Humana, and will be held held Dec. 1-9 in Clearwater and Pinellas County. The online registration deadline is Nov. 18, and entry fees vary by sport. Senior athletes, age 50 and over, can find registration and competition information for the 24 sports of the 27th annual Florida Senior Games at www.floridasenior games.com. Individual event information can be accessed in the 2018 Registration Booklet or can be requested by sending an email to games@flas ports.com. As of Oct. 18, nearly 800 athletes have reg istered to compete since online registration opened on Sept. 15. A qualifying performance at the Florida Senior Games Series qualifier is necessary for state of Florida athletes wishing to compete in basketball shooting, bowling, cycling, golf, horseshoes, pickleball, shuffleboard, swimming, table tennis, tennis and track and field. Open sports of the Florida Senior Games not requiring a qualifying performance include archery, badminton, bag toss, basketball (3 on 3), billiards, team bowling, dominoes, lawn bowls, powerlifting, power walk, race walk, racquetball, road race, tai chi and bolleyball. Dominoes will be held in the Florida Senior Games for the first time in 2018. Dominoes has been played as a Sunshine State Games event since 2014. For its first time in the Florida Senior Games, the St. Lucie Cricket & Sports Association in South Port St. Lucie will act as the host on Dec. 1. The annual Florida Senior Games continues to provide athletes age 50 and over the opportu nity to challenge themselves in a sport or event of their choice and lead an active lifestyle, said Marvin E. Green Jr., vice president of Amateur Sports and Events. The Games also give ath letes the chance to renew old friendships theyve made over the years during competitions and share the camaraderie sports provide. Schedule of the remaining Florida Senior Games Series Qualifiers Oct. 27-Nov. 3 Phone: (386) 676-3291 srgamesob@gmail.com Oct. 27-Nov. 4 Registration deadline is Oct. 27 Phone: (772) 221-1419 dgladdin@martin.fl.us www.martin.fl.us/SeniorGames Nov. 3-10 Registration deadlines vary by sport and com petition date Phone: (407) 688-5129 http://www.sanfordfl.gov/departments/recre ation/sanford-senior-center The Games will be in Clearwater and Pinellas County for the fourth consecutive year and serve as a qualifier for the 2019 National Senior Games, to be held June 14-25 in Albuquerque, N. M. The 2017 Florida Senior Games attracted more than 2,500 athletes during the nine days of competition. Since the Games inception in 1992, nearly 50,000 senior athletes have competed in the Florida Senior Games. Floridas Sports Industry creates over $57.4 billion in economic impact for the Sunshine State, provides over 580,000 jobs for its citizens and attracts more than 16 million out-of-state visitors each year. All of which deservingly make Florida the Sports Capital of the World. The Florida Sports Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, serving as the Sports Industry Development Division of Enterprise Florida, Inc. The mission of the Florida Sports Foundation is to assist Floridas communities with securing, hosting and retaining sporting events and sports-related business that generate significant economic impact and sports tourism for the state of Florida through the founda tions grant programs, legislative initiatives and industry partner service, recognition and development; provide the citizens of Florida with participation opportunities in the Sunshine State Games and Florida Senior Games events; serve as Floridas leading resource for sport tourism research and facts; assist in the promotion of targeted leisure sports industries in Florida; and assist national and Florida state governing bodies to promote amateur sport development through the Sunshine State Games and hosting events in Florida. The Fernandina Beach Womens Golf Association held its 27-hole Classic on Oct. 16 with more than 20 clubs rep resented by 108 players. The players came from Jekyll Island to the north and The King and Bear to the south with many other clubs spread between. The tournaments theme ever year is pirates, and many of the players dressed in their finest pirate attire. The players played 27 holes with varying formats for each nine holes, all in perfect weather. The overall winners were Sandra Williamson and Terry McFarland. The winners in the Merry Maids flight were Mary Poole and Lynn Sikorsky, first; Linda Hoffman and Judy Guarino, second; Bonnie Burkhardt and Teresa Barrett, third; and Vickie Galpin and Julie Hensler, fourth. The winners in the Wicked Wenches flight were Lynn McCarter and Marty Wright, first; Maureen Nussman and Cathy Fetzek, second; Barbara Jacobi and Diane Robinson, third; and Cindy Peterson and Eva Pazan, fourth. The winners in the Duubloonaries flight were Sue Simpson and Mary Ann Schroeder, first; Fran Underwood and Sandy Main, second; Jan Bailey and Susan Albrecht, third; and Fran Duncan and Linda Wunder, fourth. Winners in the Swashbuklettes flight were Mary Pat Franz and Linda Hogan, first; Pat Kraus and Betsy Montgomery, second; and Cherie and B.J. Murphy, third. In the Bonny Babes flight, the winners Sue Raskin and Carol Anderson, first; Carolyn Rumph and Kay Shea, second; Carla Foreman and Diane Boyd, third; and Laurie Bruner and Pat Gibbs, fourth. rf The Golf Club of North Hamptons Womens Golf Association played a game of net Stableford last week. Sue Raskin was the winner with 41 points. Second went to Pat Aylor (40 points); Debbie Engers (37) was third; Carol Curtis (35) took fourth; and Terri Wright, Mary Ann Schroeder, Kim Bryant and Susie Levy all tied for fifth place. SUBMITTED PHOTOS Sue Raskin and Carol Anderson dressed in pirate garb for the 27-hole Classic, left. 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Pr ox y fo rm s ma y be o bt aine d up on r eque st a t th e o ffi ce o f th e Di st ri ct M an ager 230 0 Gl ades R oa d S ui te 410W Bo ca R at on Flor id a 33431 (5 61) 571 0010 ( Di st ri ct M an ager s O ffi ce). At s ai d m eet in g e ac h land ow ne r or h is o r he r pr ox y sh al l be ent it le d to no mi nate p er so ns f or t he p osi ti on o f Su pe rv is or a nd c as t on e vo te p er acr e of lan d, o r fr ac ti on al p or ti on t he re of ow ne d by h im o r her a nd loca te d wi th in t he D is tr ic t fo r ea ch p er so n to b e el ec te d to th e po si ti on o f Su pe rv is or A fr ac ti on o f an a cr e sh al l be tr ea te d as o ne a cr e, e nt it lin g th e land ow ne r to o ne v ot e wi th r es pect t her et o. Pl at te d lo ts s ha ll be c ount ed ind ividually a nd r ou nd ed u p to t he ne ar es t wh ol e ac re T he ac re ag e of p la tt ed lot s sh al l no t be a ggre gat ed f or d et er mi ning t he n umbe r of v ot in g un it s hel d by a lan do wn er o r a la nd ow ne rs p ro xy A t th e la nd ow ne rs m ee ti ng t he la nd ow ne rs s ha ll se lect a p er so n to s er ve a s th e me et in g ch ai r an d wh o sh al l cond uc t th e me et in g. Th e land ow ner s m eet in g an d th e Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs m eet ing a re o pe n to t he public a nd w ill be c onduct ed in acco rd an ce wit h th e pr ov isi on s of F lo ri da law O ne o r bo th o f th e m eet ing s ma y be co nt inue d to a d at e t im e, an d place to b e sp ec ifie d on th e re co rd a t su ch m ee ti ng A co py o f th e agend a fo r t hes e m eetin g s ma y be o bta ined f ro m th e Di st ri ct M an ager s O ffi ce Th er e ma y be an o cca si on w her e on e or mo re s up er viso rs w ill p ar ti ci pa te b y te leph on e An y pe rs on r equi ri ng s pe cial a cco mm od at io ns t o pa rti cipa te in th es e me et in g s is as ke d to c on ta ct t he D is tr ic t Ma na g er s O ffi ce a t leas t 48 ho ur s befo re t he hea ri ng I f yo u ar e he ar in g o r sp eec h im pair ed plea se c on ta ct t he Fl or id a Re la y Se rv ic e at ( 800 ) 955877 0 fo r ai d in c on ta ct in g th e Di st ri ct Office A pe rs on w ho d ecides t o appe al a ny d ecis io n ma de by t he B oa rd w it h re sp ec t to an y ma tt er c on si de re d at t he m eet ing i s ad vi se d th at s uc h pe rs on w ill n ee d a re co rd o f th e pr oc ee ding s and th at a cco rd in gly t he p er so n ma y n eed t o ens ur e th at a v er ba ti m re co rd o f th e pr oc eed in g s is m ad e, including t he te st im on y an d ev id en ce up on w hich t he a ppeal is to be bas ed Cr aig W ra th el l Di st ri ct Man ager FN L 2T 1017242018 #463772 NO TI CE O F LA ND OW NE RS ME ET IN G AND E LE CT IO N AN D ME E TIN G OF T HE B OA RD O F SU PE RV IS OR S OF T HE E AS T NAS SA U ST EW AR DS HI P D IS TR IC T No ti ce is her eb y giv en t o th e publ ic a nd a ll land ow ne rs wi th in E as t Na ss au S te wa rd sh ip D is tr ic t (the D is tr ic t) t he lo ca ti on o f wh ic h is g en er ally de sc ri be d as c om pr is in g a pa rc el o r pa rc el s of lan d co nta inin g a ppr o xim at el y 23,60 0 ac re s, loc at ed w it hi n Na ss au Co un ty Fl or ida a dv is in g t ha t a m eet ing o f la nd ow ne rs w ill be hel d fo r th e pu rp os e of el ecti ng t wo ( 2) p er so ns t o th e Di st ri ct B oa rd o f Su pe rv iso rs [ I mme diat el y fo llo wi ng th e la nd ow ne rs m ee ti ng t her e will b e co nv en ed a m eet ing o f th e Bo ar d of S upe rv is or s fo r th e pu rp os e of co ns ider ing c er ta in m at te rs o f th e Bo ar d to inc lu de e lect io n of c er ta in D is tr ic t o ffi ce rs a nd ot he r su ch b us in es s wh ic h ma y pr op er ly c om e befo re th e Bo ar d. ] DA TE :T ue sd ay No ve mb er 6, 2018 TI ME : 10:00 AM PL AC E: Flor id a St at e Co lle g e, Na ss au C en te r 76346 Willia m Bu rg es s Bo ulev ar d Yu le e, Flo ri da 32097 Ea ch lando wner m ay v ot e in p er so n or b y writ te n pr ox y. Pr ox y fo rm s ma y be o bt aine d up on r eque st a t th e o ffi ce o f th e Di st ri ct M an ager 230 0 Gl ades R oa d S ui te 410W Bo ca R at on Flor id a 33431 (5 61) 571 0010 ( Di st ri ct M an ager s O ffi ce). At s ai d m eet in g e ac h land ow ne r or h is o r he r pr ox y sh al l be ent it le d to no mi nate p er so ns f or t he p osi ti on o f Su pe rv is or a nd c as t on e vo te p er acr e of lan d, o r fr ac ti on al p or ti on t he re of ow ne d by h im o r her a nd l oca te d wi th in t he D is tr ic t fo r ea ch p er so n to b e el ec te d to th e po si ti on o f Su pe rv is or A fr ac ti on o f an a cr e sh al l be tr ea te d as o ne a cr e, e nt it lin g th e land ow ne r to o ne v ot e wi th r es pect t her et o. Pl at te d lo ts s ha ll be c ount ed ind ividually a nd r ou nd ed u p to t he ne ar es t wh ol e ac re T he ac re ag e of p la tt ed lot s sh al l no t be a ggre gat ed f or d et er mi ning t he n umbe r of v ot in g un it s hel d by a lan do wn er o r a la nd ow ne rs p ro xy A t th e la nd ow ne rs m ee ti ng t he la nd ow ne rs s ha ll se lect a p er so n to s er ve a s th e me et in g ch ai r an d wh o sh al l cond uc t th e me et in g. Th e land ow ner s m eet in g an d th e Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs m eet ing a re o pe n to t he public a nd w ill be c onduct ed in acco rd an ce wit h th e pr ov isi on s of F lo ri da law O ne o r bo th o f th e m eet ing s ma y be co nt inue d to a d at e t im e, an d place to b e sp ec ifie d on th e re co rd a t su ch m ee ti ng A co py o f th e agend a fo r t hes e m eetin g s ma y be o bta ined f ro m th e Di st ri ct M an ager s O ffi ce Th er e ma y be an o cca si on w her e on e or mo re s up er viso rs w ill p ar ti ci pa te b y te leph on e An y pe rs on r equi ri ng s pe cial a cco mm od at io ns t o pa rti cipa te in th es e me et in g s is as ke d to c on ta ct t he D is tr ic t Ma na g er s O ffi ce a t leas t 48 ho ur s befo re t he hea ri ng I f yo u ar e he ar in g o r sp eec h im pair ed plea se c on ta ct t he Fl or id a Re la y Se rv ic e at ( 800 ) 955877 0 fo r ai d in c on ta ct in g th e Di st ri ct Office A pe rs on w ho d ecides t o appe al a ny d ecis io n ma de by t he B oa rd w it h re sp ec t to an y ma tt er c on si de re d at t he m eet ing i s ad vi se d th at s uc h pe rs on w ill n ee d a re co rd o f th e pr oc ee ding s and th at a cco rd in gly t he p er so n ma y n eed t o ens ur e th at a v er ba ti m re co rd o f th e pr oc eed in g s is m ad e, including t he te st im on y an d ev id en ce up on w hich t he a ppeal is to be bas ed Cr aig W ra th el l Di st ri ct Man ager FN L 2T 1017242018 #463772 RE ZO NI NG NO TI CE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 2 018, a t 6:00 P M o r so on t her ea ft er a s th e ma tte r ma y be h ea rd t he P la nn in g an d Zo ning B oa rd o f Na ss au Co un ty w ill h ol d a public he ar in g at t he C om mi ss io n Ch am be rs J am es S P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or id a 32097 t o co ns ider a pplicat io n No R 180 17 f or r ezo ni ng A ls o, b e it k no wn t ha t on M onda y N ov em be r 26 2018 a t 6:00 P .M o r so on t her ea ft er a s th e ma tte r ma y be h ea rd t he Bo ar d of C ou nty C om mi ss io ne rs o f Na ss au Co un ty w ill h ol d a public he ar in g on t he s ai d ap p lic ati on f or R ez on in g No R18017 at t he C om mi ss io n Ch am be rs Ja me s S. P ag e Co mp le x lo ca ti on c on ce rn in g th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ib ed p ro pe rt y in Na ss au C ou nt y Lo ca ti on f or t he a bo ve de sc ri be d pr op er ty is: O n th e so ut h si de o f Sa dl er R oa d be tw een Will Har de e Road a nd Ry an R oa d, P ar ce l ID # 0 0 -0 0 30 -0 600 -0 002022 1. R18017 p ro po se s to r ez on e appr o xim at el y 0.50 a cr e fr om Re si de ntia l Si ng le -F am ily 2 (R S2) t o Co mm er cial Ge ner al ( CG ). Th is a pplicat io n is f ile d by : Br uc e Pa lm er L LC 162 0 H ighla nd D un es W ay Fe rn andi na Be ach F L 32 034, O wn er an d Ph ilip G ri ffi n, 6 0 8 So ut h 8t h St r eet F er na ndin a Be ac h F L 32034, A gent Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e A pplicat io n an d su pp or ti ng inf or ma ti on ar e availabl e fo r in sp ec ti on in th e o ffi ce o f th e Pla nni ng an d Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent 96161 N as sa u Pl ace Y ulee, F L 32097. C om m ent s ma y al so b e di re ct ed in w ri ti ng t o th e Pl an ning a nd Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent e ma ile d to p lanni ng info @n as sa uc ou nt yf l. co m o r re ceiv ed b y te le ph on e at ( 90 4) 530630 0 A ll co mm ent s w ill b ecom e a pa rt o f th e re co rd in th is m at te r. Th is hea ri ng w ill b e co nduct ed a s a quas ijudicial he ar in g. Pe rs on s wi th d is ab ili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns in or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t th e De pa rt m ent o f Pl an ni ng a nd E co no mi c Op po rt unit y (9 0 4) 5 30 6300, or Fl or id a Re la y Se rv ic e (1 -8 00 955877 1) a t leas t tw en ty -f ou r (2 4) h ou rs in advanc e to r equ es t su ch acco mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD IF A PE RS ON WIS HE S TO A PP EA L AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G, HE WIL L NE ED A R EC OR D OF TH E PR OC EE DI NG S AN D FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RB AT IM RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE WH IC H RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H TH E AP PE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d ma y co nt inue hea ri ng on t hi s ma tt er PL AN NI NG A ND ZON IN G BO AR D OF N AS SA U CO UN TY ,F LO RI DA Li nda Mo rri s It s : C ha ir ma n FN L 2T 1024312018 #465437 RE ZO NI NG NO TI CE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 2 018, a t 6:00 P M o r so on t her ea ft er a s th e ma tte r ma y be h ea rd t he P la nn in g an d Zo ning B oa rd o f Na ss au Co un ty w ill h ol d a public he ar in g at t he C om mi ss io n Ch am be rs J am es S P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or id a 32097 t o co ns ider a pplicat io n No R 180 17 f or r ezo ni ng A ls o, b e it k no wn t ha t on M onda y N ov em be r 26 2018, a t 6:00 P .M o r so on t her ea ft er a s th e ma tte r ma y be h ea rd t he Bo ar d of C ou nty C om mi ss io ne rs o f Na ss au Co un ty w ill h ol d a public he ar in g on t he s ai d ap p lic ati on f or R ez on in g No R18017 at t he C om mi ss io n Ch am be rs Ja me s S. P ag e Co mp le x lo ca ti on c on ce rn in g th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ib ed p ro pe rt y in Na ss au C ou nt y Lo ca ti on f or t he a bo ve de sc ri be d pr op er ty is: O n th e so ut h si de o f Sa dl er R oa d be tw een Will Har de e Road a nd Ry an R oa d, P ar ce l ID # 0 0 -0 0 30-0 600 -0 002022 1. R18017 p ro po se s to r ez on e appr o xim at el y 0.50 a cr e fr om Re si de ntia l Si ng le -F am ily 2 (R S2) t o Co mm er cial Ge ner al ( CG ). Th is a pplicat io n is f ile d by : Br uc e Pa lm er L LC 162 0 H ighla nd D un es W ay Fe rn andi na Be ach F L 32 034, O wn er an d Ph ilip G ri ffi n, 6 0 8 So ut h 8t h St r eet F er na ndin a Be ac h F L 32034, A gent Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e A pplicat io n an d su pp or ti ng inf or ma ti on ar e availabl e fo r in sp ec ti on i n th e o ffi ce o f th e Pla nni ng an d Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent 96161 N as sa u Pl ace Y ulee, F L 32097. C om m ent s ma y al so b e di re ct ed in w ri ti ng t o th e Pl an ning a nd Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent e ma ile d to p lanni ng info @n as sa uc ou nt yf l. co m o r re ceiv ed b y te le ph on e at ( 90 4) 530630 0 A ll co mm ent s w ill b ecom e a pa rt o f th e re co rd in th is m at te r. Th is hea ri ng w ill b e co nduct ed a s a quas ijudicial he ar in g. Pe rs on s wi th d is ab ili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns i n or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t th e De pa rt m ent o f Pl an ni ng a nd E co no mi c Op po rt unit y (9 0 4) 5 30 6300, or Fl or id a Re la y Se rv ic e (1 -8 00 955877 1) a t leas t tw en ty -f ou r (2 4) h ou rs in advanc e to r equ es t su ch acco mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD IF A PE RS ON WIS HE S TO A PP EA L AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G, HE WIL L NE ED A R EC OR D OF TH E PR OC EE DI NG S AN D FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RB AT IM RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE WH IC H RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H TH E AP PE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d ma y co nt inue hea ri ng on t hi s ma tt er PL AN NI NG A ND ZON IN G BO AR D OF N AS SA U CO UN TY ,F LO RI DA Li nda Mo rri s It s : C ha ir ma n FN L 2T 1024312018 #465437 IN T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF T HE FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN AN D FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A CA SE NO .: 18 CA0 0 013 3 TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK ME LL ON F KA T HE B AN K OF NE W YO RK AS T RU ST EE F OR TH E CE RT IF IC AT EH OL DE RS O F TH E CW AB S IN C. A SS ET BA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TES S ER IE S 20061, Pl ain ti ff, vs JA ME S D. WEL LS J R. ; AN GE LA Y WE LL S; U NK NO WN SP OU SE O F JA ME S D W EL LS JR.; U NK NO WN T EN AN T #1; UN KN OW N TE NA NT #2, De fe nda nt( s) NO TIC E OF F OR EC LO SU RE SA LE (P ublis h in t he F er nan dina Be ac h Ne ws L ea de r) NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs uan t to a F in al S um ma ry Ju dg me n t of F or eclo su re d at ed O ct ob er 10, 201 8 e n te re d in C ivil C as e No .: 18C A 000133 of t he C ir cuit C ou rt o f th e Fo ur th J udicia l Ci rc ui t in a n d fo r Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da wh er ein T HE B AN K OF N EW YO RK M E LLO N FK A TH E BA NK OF N EW Y OR K A S TR US TE E FO R TH E CE RT IF IC AT EH OL DE RS OF T HE C WA BS I NC A SS ET BA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TES S ER IE S 20061, P lain ti ff, an d JA ME S D. WE LL S JR.; ANG EL A Y. WE LLS ; UN KN OW N TE NA NT # 1 N/ K/ A AS HL EY WEL LS ; a re D ef en dan ts I will s el l to t he h ig he st b id de r fo r ca sh w ww.n a ssa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om a t 11: 30 AM on t he 6t h da y of D ecem be r, 2018, t he f o llo win g de sc ri be d re al p ro pe rt y as s et f or th in sa id F in al S um ma ry J ud gme nt t o wi t: LO T 14, S AP P' S SU BD IV ISI ON AC CO RD IN G TO T HE PL AT T HE RE OF A S RE CO RD ED IN P LA T BO OK 5 P AG E 18, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA A/ K/A : 3 7 229 E AS TW OO D RD H IL LI AR D FL ., 32046 If y ou a re a p er so n c la im in g a ri gh t to f unds r em ainin g af te r th e sa le y ou m us t f ile a clai m wi th t he c le rk n o la te r th an 60 da ys a ft er t he s ale If yo u fail t o file a c laim y ou w ill n ot b e en ti tl ed t o an y re ma inin g fu nds A ft er 60 da ys on ly t he o wn er o f re co rd a s of t he da te o f t he lis p en den s ma y clai m t he su rp lu s. WI TN ES S my h an d an d th e se al o f th e co ur t on O ct ob er 16th,2018 JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C OU RT By : D eb or ah Wat so n De pu ty C le rk At to rn ey f or Plain ti ff: Br ian L R os al er E sq ui re Po pk in & R os aler P.A 1701W es t Hills bo ro B ou leva rd Su it e 400 D eer fi el d Be ach, FL 3344 2 Te le ph on e: ( 954) 3609030 Facs im ile : ( 954) 4205187 FN L 2T 1024312018 #466123 IN T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF T HE FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN AN D FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A CA SE NO .: 18 CA0 0 013 3 TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK ME LL ON F KA T HE B AN K OF NE W YO RK AS T RU ST EE F OR TH E CE RT IF IC AT EH OL DE RS O F TH E CW AB S IN C. A SS ET BA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TES S ER IE S 20061, Pl ain ti ff, vs JA ME S D. WEL LS J R. ; AN GE LA Y WE LL S; U NK NO WN SP OU SE O F JA ME S D W EL LS JR.; U NK NO WN T EN AN T #1; UN KN OW N TE NA NT #2, De fe nda nt( s) NO TIC E OF F OR EC LO SU RE SA LE (P ublis h in t he F er nan dina Be ac h Ne ws L ea de r) NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs uan t to a F in al S um ma ry Ju dg me n t of F or eclo su re d at ed O ct ob er 10, 201 8 e n te re d in C ivil C as e No .: 18C A 000133 of t he C ir cuit C ou rt o f th e Fo ur th J udicia l Ci rc ui t in a n d fo r Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da wh er ein T HE B AN K OF N EW YO RK M E LLO N FK A TH E BA NK OF N EW Y OR K A S TR US TE E FO R TH E CE RT IF IC AT EH OL DE RS OF T HE C WA BS I NC A SS ET BA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TES S ER IE S 20061, P lain ti ff, an d JA ME S D. WE LL S JR.; ANG EL A Y. WE LLS ; UN KN OW N TE NA NT # 1 N/ K/ A AS HL EY WEL LS ; a re D ef en dan ts I will s el l to t he h ig he st b id de r fo r ca sh w ww.n a ssa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om a t 11: 30 AM on t he 6t h da y of D ecem be r, 2018, t he f o llo win g de sc ri be d re al p ro pe rt y as s et f or th i n sa id F in al S um ma ry J ud gme nt t o wi t: LO T 14, S AP P' S SU BD IV ISI ON AC CO RD IN G TO T HE PL AT T HE RE OF A S RE CO RD ED IN P LA T BO OK 5 P AG E 18, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA A/ K/A : 3 7 229 E AS TW OO D RD H IL LI AR D FL ., 32046 If y ou a re a p er so n c la im in g a ri gh t to f unds r em ainin g af te r th e sa le y ou m us t f ile a clai m wi th t he c le rk n o la te r th an 60 da ys a ft er t he s ale If yo u fail t o file a c laim y ou w ill n ot b e en ti tl ed t o an y re ma inin g fu nds A ft er 60 da ys on ly t he o wn er o f re co rd a s of t he da te o f t he lis p en den s ma y clai m t he su rp lu s. WI TN ES S my h an d an d th e se al o f th e co ur t on O ct ob er 16 th,2018 JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C OU RT By : D eb or ah Wat so n De pu ty C le rk At to rn ey f or Plain ti ff: Br ian L R os al er E sq ui re Po pk in & R os aler P.A 1701W es t Hills bo ro B ou leva rd Su it e 400 D eer fi el d Be ach, FL 3344 2 Te le ph on e: ( 954) 3609030 Facs im ile : ( 954) 4205187 FN L 2T 1024312018 #466123 NO TI CE OF A PPR OV AL OF FIN AL DE V ELOPM E NT PLA N Na ssa u C ount y pr op oses to ap p rove t he FIN AL DE V ELOPME NT PLA N for a Pl a nned Unit D evelop m ent (P UD ) FD 18010 Na ssa u C rossing PUD In a cco rd ance w it h Ar ti cl e 25 o f Th e La nd D ev elop me nt Co de Pl an ne d Un it D ev el op m ent : P UD S ec ti on 25.08 Lo ca ti on : On t he n or th an d so ut h si de s of Willia m Bu rg es s Bl vd b et we en H ar ts Ro ad a nd U S. 17 P ar ce l ID # 422N 270000000 30060 A pplican t: Mat ov ina an d Co mp any A gent 2955 Har tl ey R oa d, S ui te 108 Jack so nv ille FL 32257 Ow ner : Pa tr io t Ridg e LL P 2955 H ar tl ey R oa d S ui te 108 Jack so nv ille FL 32257 Ac ti on R eque st ed : F D 18010 is t he f in al d ev el op me nt p la n fo r Pa rc el s A an d C of t he Na ss au C ro ss in g PU D; 350 r es ide ntia l unit s c om mu ni ty par k, an d as so ciat ed r ec re at io n an d op en sp ac e at t he loc ati on d es cr ib ed abo ve NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he N as sa u Co un ty P la nni ng a nd Zon in g Bo ar d will ho ld a p ublic hea ri ng o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 201 8 at 6 :0 0 PM o r so on t her ea ft er as t he m a tte r to b e he ar d. Th e public hea ri ng w ill b e he ld a t th e Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or id a 32 097. A ls o t he N as sa u Co un ty B oa rd o f Co mm is si on er s will ho ld a p ublic hea rin g on M on da y N ov embe r 26, 2 018 a t 6:00 P M or s oo n t her ea ft er as th e ma tt er t o be he ar d. Th e pu bl ic h ea ri ng s will b e hel d at t he J am es S Pa ge G ov er nm en ta l Co mpl ex 9 6 135 N as sa u Pl ac e, Yu le e, Flo ri da 32097. Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e pr op os ed F inal De ve lo pm en t Pl an a nd s up po rt in g info rm at io n ar e av ailable f or ins pect io n in t he D epa rt m ent o f Pl an ning a nd Ec on om ic O pp or tu ni ty 96161 Na ss au P lace Y ulee FL 32097. Co mm ent s ma y al so be d ir ecte d in w ri ti ng t o th e De pa rt m ent o f Pla nni ng a nd Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y, e ma ile d to p la nning in fo @n as sa ucou nt yf l.co m, o r re ceiv ed by t el ep ho ne a t (904 ) 5306300. Al l co mm ent s w ill b eco me p ar t of t he r ec or d in th is m at te r an d su bjec t to Fl or idas p ublic r ec or ds law. Pe rs on s wi th d is ab ili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns in or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t (904) 5306 300 a t le as t tw en ty -f ou r (24) h ou rs in advanc e to r eq ue st s uc h ac co mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD I F A PE RS ON D EC ID ES T O AP PE AL AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G HE /S HE WIL L N EED A R EC OR D OF T HE P RO C EED IN GS A ND FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RBA TI M RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE W HI CH RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H A PPE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d an d th e Bo ar d of Co un ty C om mi ss io ner s ma y co nt inue h ea ri ng s on t hi s ma tt er Li nda Mo rri s C hair ma n Na ss au C ou nt y Pla nni ng a nd Zo ning B oa rd FN L 2T 1024312018 # 465533 1 The Long Point golf course at the Amelia Island Club host ed its annual three-day mens member-guest tournament Oct. 11-13, with an additional practice round day on Oct. 10. Hurricane Michael threatened to disrupt the schedule of events, but participants were confronted with only some gusty winds. A total of 48 twoperson teams participated in the match play format, which featured five nine-hole matches over the course of the event. Participants were divided into eight flights, according to their handicap indexes. In the first flight, the winners were Dennis Schroeder and his son Andy Schroeder, with a total of 24 points. The second flight winners were Brian Tennyson and his partner Bob Hancock, with a team total of 26.5 points. The third flight featured winners Al Watson and his guest Ed Kelly, with a total of 25 points. In the fourth flight, Stan Burns and Frank Spinner became the winners, with a team total of 27.5 points. The fifth flight was captured by David Zewe and his partner Zane Moore, finishing with a total of 26 points. Flight six was won by the team of Len Pelletiere and Jack ODonnell, with a total of 27 points. The seventh flight fea tured John Esposito and John Esposito Jr. as the winners, with a team total of 26.5 points. The eighth and final flight was captured by teammates Jim Tobin and Don Young, with a tournament total of 27.5 points. After the flight winners were determined, all assembled immediately for a five-hole shootout, which featured a Stableford format. Joining each flight winner was the wild card team of Howard Haims and his son, Jared Haims. The first three holes were used to eliminate teams based on their combined point totals. The final three teams of Tennyson-Hancock, PelletiereODonnell and Burn-Spinner played a two-hole shootout which eliminated the team of Tennyson-Hancock. The final two teams were identified and the champion ship was determined when Jack ODonnell sank a 20-foot birdie putt on the first hole of sudden death to claim the overall mens Member-Guest championship for him and his partner Len Pelletiere. Participants and their guests celebrated that evening with a dinner and awards ceremony at Walkers Landing. SUBMITTED Overall winners were Jack ODonnell and Len Pelletiere. NEW Sports Wed.indd 5 10/23/18 11:00 AM

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NO TI CE OF A PPR OV AL OF FIN AL DE V ELOPM E NT PLA N Na ssa u C ount y pr op oses to ap p rove t he FIN AL DE V ELOPME NT PLA N for a Pl a nned Unit D evelop m ent (P UD ) FD 18010 Na ssa u C rossing PUD In a cco rd ance w it h Ar ti cl e 25 o f Th e La nd D ev elop me nt Co de Pl an ne d Un it D ev el op m ent : P UD S ec ti on 25.08 Lo ca ti on : On t he n or th an d so ut h si de s of Willia m Bu rg es s Bl vd b et we en H ar ts Ro ad a nd U S. 17 P ar ce l ID # 422N 270000000 30060 A pplican t: Mat ov ina an d Co mp any A gent 2955 Har tl ey R oa d, S ui te 108 Jack so nv ille FL 32257 Ow ner : Pa tr io t Ridg e LL P 2955 H ar tl ey R oa d S ui te 108 Jack so nv ille FL 32257 Ac ti on R eque st ed : F D 18010 is t he f in al d ev el op me nt p la n fo r Pa rc el s A an d C of t he Na ss au C ro ss in g PU D; 350 r es ide ntia l unit s c om mu ni ty par k, an d as so ciat ed r ec re at io n an d op en sp ac e at t he loc ati on d es cr ib ed abo ve NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he N as sa u Co un ty P la nni ng a nd Zon in g Bo ar d will ho ld a p ublic hea ri ng o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 201 8 at 6 :0 0 PM o r so on t her ea ft er as t he m a tte r to b e he ar d. Th e public hea ri ng w ill b e he ld a t th e Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or id a 32 097. A ls o t he N as sa u Co un ty B oa rd o f Co mm is si on er s will ho ld a p ublic hea rin g on M on da y N ov embe r 26, 2 018 a t 6:00 P M or s oo n t her ea ft er as th e ma tt er t o be he ar d. Th e pu bl ic h ea ri ng s will b e hel d at t he J am es S Pa ge G ov er nm en ta l Co mpl ex 9 6 135 N as sa u Pl ac e, Yu le e, Flo ri da 32097. Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e pr op os ed F inal De ve lo pm en t Pl an a nd s up po rt in g info rm at io n ar e av ailable f or ins pect io n in t he D epa rt m ent o f Pl an ning a nd Ec on om ic O pp or tu ni ty 96161 Na ss au P lace Y ulee FL 32097. Co mm ent s ma y al so be d ir ecte d in w ri ti ng t o th e De pa rt m ent o f Pla nni ng a nd Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y, e ma ile d to p la nning in fo @n as sa ucou nt yf l.co m, o r re ceiv ed by t el ep ho ne a t (904 ) 5306300. Al l co mm ent s w ill b eco me p ar t of t he r ec or d in th is m at te r an d su bjec t to Fl or idas p ublic r ec or ds law. Pe rs on s wi th d is ab ili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns i n or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t (904) 5306 300 a t le as t tw en ty -f ou r (24) h ou rs i n advanc e to r eq ue st s uc h ac co mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD I F A PE RS ON D EC ID ES T O AP PE AL AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G HE /S HE WIL L N EED A R EC OR D OF T HE P RO C EED IN GS A ND FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RBA TI M RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE W HI CH RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H A PPE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d an d th e Bo ar d of Co un ty C om mi ss io ner s ma y co nt inue h ea ri ng s on t hi s ma tt er Li nda Mo rri s C hair ma n Na ss au C ou nt y Pla nni ng a nd Zo ning B oa rd FN L 2T 1024312018 # 465533 I N T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF TH E FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A CA SE N O. :2018CA 000342 WI LM IN GT ON S AV IN GS FU ND S OC IE TY F SB A S TR US TE E OF S TA NW IC H MORT GA GE L OA N TR US T A, Pl aint iff, VS UN K NO WN H EI RS B EN EF ICI AR IE S, D EV IS EE S, S UR VI VI NG SP OU SE G RA NT EE S A SSI GN EE, L IE NO RS CR ED IT OR S, TR US TE ES AN D AL L OT HE R PA RT IE S CL AI MI NG A N IN TE RES T BY T HR OU GH U ND ER O R AG AI NS T TH E ES TA TE O F VI VI AN S R OB IN SO N A /K/A V IVI AN H EN DR IC KS F /K/A V IVI AN ROB IN SO N ; e t al., De fe nd an t( s) NO TI CE O F AC TI ON (P ublis h in T HE N EW S LE AD ER ) TO :U nk no wn H ei rs B ene fi ciar ies D ev is ees Su rv iv in g Sp ou se Gr an te es As si gn ee, Li eno rs Cr ed it or s, T ru st ees An d A ll Ot her Par ti es C laim in g An I nt er es t By T hr ou gh U nd er Or A gain st T he E st at e Of V ivian S R ob in so n, A /K /A V ivia n He nd ri ck s F/K/A V ivian Robinso n La st K no wn R es id en ce : Un kn ow n YO U AR E NO TI FI ED t ha t an ac ti on t o fo re clos e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llo wi ng p ro per ty in Na ss au C ou nt y Flo ri da : AL L TH AT C ER TA IN P AR CE L OF LA ND I N N AS SA U CO UN TY ST AT E OF F L, A S MO RE F U LLY DE SC RI BE D IN O R BO OK 0538 PA GE 0325 ID # 312N -2 8160000340000 BE IN G K NO WN AN D DE SI GN AT ED A S LO T NO 34 U NI T ON E OA K H IL L ES TA TE S, F IL ED I N PL AT B OO K 5 PA GE 90. BE IN G TH E SA ME F EE S IM PL E PR OP ER TY C ON VE YE D BY DE ED F RO M LE O B G RI FF IS AN D LO UI SE W. GR I FFS H US BA ND A ND WIF E TO V IV IA N S. RO BI NS ON M A RRI ED DA TE D 03/07/1988 R EC OR DE D ON 03/08/1988 I N OR B OO K 0538 PA GE 0 325 I N NA SS AU C OU NTY R EC OR DS S TA TE O F FL ha s be en f ile d agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re qu ir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tt en d efe ns es i f any t o it o n AL DR ID GE | P IT E, L LP Pl aint iffs at to rn ey at 1615 S ou th Co ng re ss A venue S ui te 200, De lr ay B ea ch F L 33445, o n or be fo re N ov embe r 5th ,2018, an d file t he o ri gi na l wi th t he cl er k of t hi s cour t eit her b efo re s er vi ce o n Pl aint iffs a tt or ne y or imm ed ia te ly t he re af te r; o t her wi se a d ef au lt w ill be e nt er ed a gain st y ou f or th e re lie f de ma nd ed in th e co mp lain t or p etit io n. Da te d on S ep te mb er 2 6th 2018. JO HN A C RA WF OR D As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : D eb or ah Wat so n As D eput y Cl er k FN L 2T 1017242018 #463800 IN T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF TH E FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A GEN ERAL JU R ISD IC TI ON DI V ISIO N Ca se N o. 452018CA 000120 We lls Far go B ank N .A ., Pl aint iff, vs Da na L S we et et a l. ,U nkn ow n Sp ou se o f Da na L Sw eet ; Un it ed S ta te s of A me rica on b eh alf of t he S ec re ta ry of H ou si ng a nd U rb an D ev el op me nt De fend an ts NO TI CE OF FOR EC LOSUR E SA LE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs ua nt t o an O rd er C an celin g and R es chedu lin g Fo re cl os ur e Sa le d at ed A ug us t 16, 2018, ent er ed in Ca se N o 4 52018CA 000120 o f th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t of t he F ou rt h Judicia l Ci rc uit i n an d f or N as sa u Co un ty F lo ri da, w he re in W ells Fa rg o Ba nk N .A i s th e Pl aint if f an d D an a L S we et ; U nk no wn Sp ou se o f Da na L S we et ; Un it ed S ta te s of A me ri ca o n be half o f th e Se cr et ar y of Ho us in g and U rb an D ev el op m ent a re t he D ef en dan ts th at I w ill s el l to t he h ighes t an d b es t bid d er f or c as h by el ectr on ic s al e at www .n as sa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om be gi nni ng a t 11:30 AM o n th e 1s t d ay o f No ve mb er 201 8, th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ibed p ro per ty a s se t fo rt h in s aid F inal Jud gm ent t o wi t: TR AC T 14, B LO CK 3 SP RI NG HI LL U NI T TW O A CC OR DI NG TO T HE M AP O R PL AT T HE RE OF A S RE CO RD ED I N PL AT BO OK 5 P AG E 35, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SS AU CO UN TY F LO RI DA TO GE TH ER WIT H A CE RT AI N RE TI RE D 200 1 SK YL IN E MO BI LE HO ME L OC AT ED T HE RE ON A S A FI XT UR E AN D AP PU RT ENA NC E TH ER ETO : V IN #' S 8D61 11 53MA A ND 8D61 11 53M B An y pe rs on c la im in g an i nte re st in th e su rp lu s fr om t he sa le i f an y o t her t ha n th e pr op er ty o wner a s of t he dat e of t he lis p en den s mu st file a c laim w it hi n 60 d ay s af te r th e sa le Da ted t hi s 17th d ay o f Se pt embe r 201 8. Jo hn C ra wf or d As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : D eb or ah Wat so n As D eput y Cl er k PU BL IS H IN : TH E FE RN AN DI NA BE AC H NE WS L EA DE R If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a dis abilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e en ti tl ed a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd in at or f or th e ci rc ui t cour t sy st em a t cr tin tr p@ co j.net o r (9 04) 6 30 2564 a t le as t 7 d ay s befo re yo ur s c hedul ed c ou rt a ppe ar an ce or imm edia te ly up on r ec ei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed uled a ppear ance is le ss th an 7 d ay s ; i f yo u ar e hea rin g or v oi ce imp ai re d call 711. FN L 2T 1017242018 #464016 IN T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF TH E FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A GEN ERAL JU R ISD IC TI ON DI V ISIO N Ca se N o. 452018CA 000120 We lls Far go B ank N .A ., Pl aint iff, vs Da na L S we et et a l. ,U nkn ow n Sp ou se o f Da na L Sw eet ; Un it ed S ta te s of A me rica on b eh alf of t he S ec re ta ry of H ou si ng a nd U rb an D ev el op me nt De fend an ts NO TI CE OF FOR EC LOSUR E SA LE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs ua nt t o an O rd er C an celin g and R es chedu lin g Fo re cl os ur e Sa le d at ed A ug us t 16, 2018, ent er ed in Ca se N o 4 52018CA 000120 o f th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t of t he F ou rt h Judicia l Ci rc uit i n an d f or N as sa u Co un ty F lo ri da, w he re in Wells Fa rg o Ba nk N .A i s th e Pl aint if f an d D an a L S we et ; U nk no wn Sp ou se o f Da na L S we et ; Un it ed S ta te s of A me ri ca o n be half o f th e Se cr et ar y of Ho us in g and U rb an D ev el op m ent a re t he D ef en dan ts th at I w ill s el l to t he h ighes t an d b es t bid d er f or c as h by el ectr on ic s al e at www .n as sa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om be gi nni ng a t 11:30 AM o n th e 1s t d ay o f No ve mb er 201 8, th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ibed p ro per ty a s se t fo rt h in s aid F inal Jud gm ent t o wi t: TR AC T 14, B LO CK 3 SP RI NG HI LL U NI T TW O A CC OR DI NG TO T HE M AP O R PL AT T HE RE OF A S RE CO RD ED I N PL AT BO OK 5 P AG E 35, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SS AU CO UN TY F LO RI DA TO GE TH ER WIT H A CE RT AI N RE TI RE D 200 1 SK YL IN E MO BI LE HO ME L OC AT ED T HE RE ON A S A FI XT UR E AN D AP PU RT ENA NC E TH ER ETO : V IN #' S 8D61 11 53MA A ND 8D61 11 53M B An y pe rs on c la im in g an inte re st in th e su rp lu s fr om t he sa le i f an y o t her t ha n th e pr op er ty o wner a s of t he dat e of t he lis p en den s mu st file a c laim w it hi n 60 d ay s af te r th e sa le Da ted t hi s 17th d ay o f Se pt embe r 201 8. Jo hn C ra wf or d As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : D eb or ah Wat so n As D eput y Cl er k PU BL IS H IN : TH E FE RN AN DI NA BE AC H NE WS L EA DE R If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a dis abilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e en ti tl ed a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd in at or f or th e ci rc ui t cour t sy st em a t cr tin tr p@ co j.net o r (9 04) 6 30 2564 a t le as t 7 d ay s befo re yo ur s c hedul ed c ou rt a ppe ar an ce or imm edia te ly up on r ec ei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed uled a ppear ance is le ss th an 7 d ay s ; i f yo u ar e hea rin g or v oi ce imp ai re d call 711. FN L 2T 1017242018 #464016 I N T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T OF TH E FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN AN D FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A CI V IL AC T ION Ca se #: 2018CA 000275 DI V ISION : A We lls F ar go B an k, N at io nal As so ciat io n Pl aint iff, -v s. Ja so n Er ic H ig gi nb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ja so n E. H igginb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ja so n Higginb ot ha m; Ch iz uk o Ao ya ma H ig gi nb ot ham a / k/ a Ch iz uk o A. H igginbo th am ; Un kn ow n Sp ou se o f Ja so n Er ic H ig gi nb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ja so n E. H igginb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ja so n Higginb ot ha m; Un kn ow n Sp ou se o f Ch iz uk o Ao ya ma Higgi nb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ch iz uk o A H ig gi nb ot ha m; Cl er k of C ir cuit C ou rt o f Na ssa u Co un ty Flor ida; T he L um be r Cr ee k Ho me ow ner s A sso ciat io n of N as sa u Co un ty In c. ; U nk no wn P ar ti es in Po sse ss io n #1, I f living a nd a ll Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y, th ro ug h, u nd er a nd a ga in st th e ab ov e na me d De fe nda nt (s ) wh o ar e no t kn ow n to be d ea d or a live w het he r sa id U nk no wn P ar ti es m ay clai m an int er es t as S po us e, He ir s D ev is ee s G ra nt ee s o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nts ; U nk no wn Pa rt ie s in P o sse ss io n #2 I f liv in g, a nd a ll U nk no wn P ar ti es clai mi ng b y t hr ou gh u nder an d agains t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e dead o r alive, w he t her s ai d Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an int er es t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr ant ees o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nt s De fend an t( s) NO TI CE OF AC T ION FOR EC LO SUR E PR OC EED IN GSPR OPER TY TO :C hi zu ko A oy am a Higgi nb ot ha m a/ k/ a Ch iz uk o A. Higginb ot ha m : L AS T KN OW N AD DR ES S, 77281 L um be r Cr ee k Bo ul ev ar d, Y ulee, F L 32097 a nd U nk no wn S po us e of C hi zu ko A oy am a Higginbo th am a/ k/ a Ch iz uk o A H ig gi nb ot ham: L AS T KN OW N AD DR ES S 77281 L umbe r Cr ee k Bo ulev ar d, Yul ee F L 320 97 Re si de nc e un kn ow n i f liv in g, in cluding an y un kn ow n sp ou se o f th e sa id D ef en da nt s, if ei th er h as r em ar ri ed an d if e it her o r bo th o f sa id De fe nd an ts a re d ead, t he ir re sp ec ti ve u nk no wn h ei rs de vis ees g ra nt ee s a ss igne es cr edit or s, lieno rs an d tr us te es an d al l ot her p er so ns c laim in g by t hr ou gh u nd er o r agains t th e na me d De fe nda nt (s ) ; a nd t he a fo re me nti on ed n am ed D ef en da nt (s ) an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no wn D ef en dant s an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no wn D ef en dant s as m ay b e in fa nt s, inc om pe t ent s or o t her wise n ot s ui j ur is YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n ac ti on h as b ee n co mm enc ed t o fo re cl os e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llo wi ng re al p ro pe rt y, lyi ng a nd b ei ng an d si tu at ed in Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da m or e pa rt icular ly de sc ri bed as fo llo ws : LO T 4 L UM BE R CR EE K, P HA SE ON E A CC OR DI NG T O TH E PL AT T HE RE OF R EC OR DE D IN PL AT B OO K 7 P AG E( S) 2 95 TH RO UG H 299, I NC LU SI VE O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA mo re c om mo nl y kn ow n as 77281 L umbe r Cr ee k Bo uleva rd Y ulee, F L 32097. Th is a ct io n ha s be en f ile d agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re quir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tte n de fe ns e i f an y, up on S HA PI RO F IS HM AN & GA CH, L LP A tt or ne ys f or Pl aint iff, w ho se a dd re ss i s 2424 N or th F ed er al H ighway Su it e 360 Bo ca R at on F L 33431, w it hi n th ir ty ( 30) d ay s af te r th e fi rs t publ ic at io n of th is n ot ic e and file t he o ri gi na l wi th t he cler k of t hi s Co ur t ei t her b ef or e se rv ic e on P lain ti ff' s at to rn ey o r im me diat el y t her e af ter ; o th er wise a d efa ul t will b e ent er ed a gain st yo u fo r th e re lie f de ma nd ed in t he C om plaint WI TN E SS my h an d an d se al o f th is C ourt o n th e 8th d ay o f Oc to ber 2018 Jo hn A C ra wf or d Ci rc ui t and Co un ty C ou rt s By :_ De bo ra Wat so n De pu ty C le rk I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nc e. Pl ea se c on ta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. Ph on e( 904) 5484909 Fax( 904) 5484949 TT D/ TT YD ial 711 EMail c alew is @n as sa ucle rk .co m FN L 2T 1017242018 #464022 NO TI CE OF IN TE NT ION TO CO N SID ER E NAC TM EN T OF AN OR DI NA NC E NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he N as sa u Co un ty P la nni ng a nd Zon in g Bo ar d will co nduc t a public hea ri ng o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 201 8 at 6 :00p m or s oo n th er ea ft er as t he m at te r to b e hea rd r ega rd in g th e pr op os ed O rd ina nc e Am en dm ent T he public hea ri ng w ill b e hel d at th e Ja me s S P ag e Go ve rn m ent al C om plex 96135 N as sa u Pl ace Y ul ee, F lo ri da 32097. Al so th e Na ss au Co un ty B oa rd o f Co un ty Co mm is si o ner s w ill c on duct a public hea ri ng o n Mo nday No ve mb er 2 6, 2 01 8 at 6: 00p m or s oo n th er ea ft er a s th e ma tte r to b e hea rd r eg ar di ng t he pr op os ed O rd inan ce A me nd m ent T he p ublic h ea ri ng s w ill be hel d at t he Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or ida 32097. OR DI NA NC E 2018 __ AN O RD IN ANC E OF T HE BO AR D OF C OU NT Y CO MMI SSI ON ER S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A AM EN DI NG T HE CO DE O F OR DI NA NC ES AM EN DI NG A RT IC LE 22 OF T HE LA ND D EV EL OP ME NT C OD E, OP EN R UR AL ( OR ) ZO NI NG DI ST RI CT ; A ME ND IN G AR TIC LE 28 O F TH E LA ND D EV EL OP ME NT C OD E, S U PPL EM EN TA RY RE GU LA TI ON S; A ME ND IN G AR TI CL E 32 O F TH E L AND D EVE LO PM EN T CO DE D EF IN ITI ON S A LL OW IN G FO R RE TA IL PL AN T NU RS ER IE S SU BJ EC T TO SU PPL EM EN TA RY D EV EL OP ME NT S TA ND AR DS ; PR OV ID IN G FO R FI ND IN GS ; PR OV ID IN G FO R SE VE RA BI LI TY ; A ND PR OV ID IN G AN E FFE CT IV E DA TE Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e pr op os ed O rd ina nc e an d su ppo rt in g info rma ti on a re a vailabl e fo r in sp ec ti on in th e De pa rt m ent of P lanni ng a nd E co no mi c O ppo rt un it y 9 6 161 N as sa u Pl ace Y ul ee, F L 32097. Co mm ent s ma y al so b e di re ct ed in w ri ti ng t o th e De pa rt m ent of P lanni ng a nd E co no mi c O ppo rt un it y, e -m aile d to plan ning in fo @n a ssa ucounty fl.c om o r re ceiv ed b y te le ph on e at ( 9 04) 530630 0. Al l co mm ent s will b ec om e pa rt of t he r ec or d in t hi s ma tte r an d su bjec t to F lo ri da s public re co rd s law. Pe rs on s w it h di sa bili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns in or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t (904) 5306 300 a t le as t tw en ty -f ou r (24) h ou rs in advanc e to r eq ue st s uc h ac co mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD I F A PE RS ON D EC ID ES T O AP PE AL AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G HE /S HE WIL L N EED A R EC OR D OF T HE P RO C EED IN GS A ND FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RBA TI M RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE W HI CH RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H A PPE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d an d th e Bo ar d of Co un ty C om mi ss io ner s ma y co nt inue h ea ri ng s on t hi s ma tt er Li nda Mo rri s C hair Na ss au C ou nt y Pl an ni ng an d Zo ni ng B oa rd Th e Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mm is si on er s ma y co nt inue h ea rin gs o n th is m at ter Pa t Ed w ar ds C hair Na ss au C ou nt y Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mm is si o ner s FN L 2T 1024312018 #466029 NO TI CE OF IN TE NT ION TO CO N SID ER E NAC TM EN T OF AN OR DI NA NC E NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he N as sa u Co un ty P la nni ng a nd Zon in g Bo ar d will co nduc t a public hea ri ng o n Tu es da y, N ov em be r 8 201 8 at 6 :00p m or s oo n th er ea ft er as t he m at te r to b e hea rd r ega rd in g th e pr op os ed O rd ina nc e Am en dm ent T he public hea ri ng w ill b e hel d at th e Ja me s S P ag e Go ve rn m ent al C om plex 96135 N as sa u Pl ace Y ul ee, F lo ri da 32097. Al so th e Na ss au Co un ty B oa rd o f Co un ty Co mm is si o ner s w ill c on duct a public hea ri ng o n Mo nday No ve mb er 2 6, 2 01 8 at 6: 00p m or s oo n th er ea ft er a s th e ma tte r to b e hea rd r eg ar di ng t he pr op os ed O rd inan ce A me nd m ent T he p ublic h ea ri ng s w ill be hel d at t he Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 N as sa u Pl ac e Y ulee, Fl or ida 32097. OR DI NA NC E 2018 __ AN O RD IN ANC E OF T HE BO AR D OF C OU NT Y CO MMI SSI ON ER S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A AM EN DI NG T HE CO DE O F OR DI NA NC ES AM EN DI NG A RT IC LE 22 OF T HE LA ND D EV EL OP ME NT C OD E, OP EN R UR AL ( OR ) ZO NI NG DI ST RI CT ; A ME ND IN G AR TIC LE 28 O F TH E LA ND D EV EL OP ME NT C OD E, S U PPL EM EN TA RY RE GU LA TI ON S; A ME ND IN G AR TI CL E 32 O F TH E L AND D EVE LO PM EN T CO DE D EF IN ITI ON S A LL OW IN G FO R RE TA IL PL AN T NU RS ER IE S SU BJ EC T TO SU PPL EM EN TA RY D EV EL OP ME NT S TA ND AR DS ; PR OV ID IN G FO R FI ND IN GS ; PR OV ID IN G FO R SE VE RA BI LI TY ; A ND PR OV ID IN G AN E FFE CT IV E DA TE Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e pr op os ed O rd ina nc e an d su ppo rt in g info rma ti on a re a vailabl e fo r in sp ec ti on in th e De pa rt m ent of P lanni ng a nd E co no mi c O ppo rt un it y 9 6 161 N as sa u Pl ace Y ul ee, F L 32097. Co mm ent s ma y al so b e di re ct ed in w ri ti ng t o th e De pa rt m ent of P lanni ng a nd E co no mi c O ppo rt un it y, e -m aile d to plan ning in fo @n a ssa ucounty fl.c om o r re ceiv ed b y te le ph on e at ( 9 04) 530630 0. Al l co mm ent s will b ec om e pa rt of t he r ec or d in t hi s ma tte r an d su bjec t to F lo ri da s public re co rd s law. Pe rs on s w it h di sa bili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns i n or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t (904) 5306 300 a t le as t tw en ty -f ou r (24) h ou rs i n advanc e to r eq ue st s uc h ac co mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ES EN T AN D BE H EA RD I F A PE RS ON D EC ID ES T O AP PE AL AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G HE /S HE WIL L N EED A R EC OR D OF T HE P RO C EED IN GS A ND FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RBA TI M RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE W HI CH RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H A PPE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Pl an ning a nd Zon in g Bo ar d an d th e Bo ar d of Co un ty C om mi ss io ner s ma y co nt inue h ea ri ng s on t hi s ma tt er Li nda Mo rri s C hair Na ss au C ou nt y Pl an ni ng an d Zo ni ng B oa rd Th e Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mm is si on er s ma y co nt inue h ea rin gs o n th is m at ter Pa t Ed w ar ds C hair Na ss au C ou nt y Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mm is si o ner s FN L 2T 1024312018 #466029 NO TI CE OF PULIC SA LE No ti ce i s her eb y give n th at t he u nd er si gn ed w ill s ell, to enf or ce a lie n im po se d on sa id p ro pe rt y, u nd er t he F lo ri da S el f St or ag e Facilit y Ac t (S ec ti on 83.80 183 .809) a t public s al e by c om pe ti ti ve biddi ng o n w ww.st or aget re asu re s. co m en di ng o n No ve mbe r 9 2018 a t 10: 30a m fo r un it s lo ca te d at : Co mp as s Se lf S to ra ge 2641 Ba ile y Road Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 (N as sa u Co un ty ) (90426 15700) T he p er so na l go od s st or ed t her ei n by t he f o llo wi ng m ay in clude, b ut a re n ot lim it ed t o th e it em s lis te d belo w. Pu rch as es m us t be m ad e wi th ca sh o nl y an d paid a t th e ti me o f sa le. A ll g oo ds a re so ld a s is a nd m us t be r emo ve d at t he t im e of p ur ch as e. C om pa ss S el f St or ag e re se rv es t he r ight t o re fu se an y bid. S al e is s ubject t o ad j ou rn me nt Un it (s ) 3236Mir an da A sh e Co nt en ts o n th e ab ov e in clud es h ou se ho ld f ur ni tu re an d to ys FN L 2T 1024312018 #464953 NO TI CE OF SA LE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he u nd er si gned int en ds to s el l th e pe rs on al p ro pe rt y de sc ri be d be lo w a t public sa le b y co mp et it iv e bidding on Wed ne sd ay t he 31s t d ay of O ct ob er 2018 a t 10:00 a m on t he p re mi se s w her e sa id pr op er ty h as b ee n st or ed a nd w hich a re loc at ed a t Br idgevi ew S el f St or ag e 474431 E as t St at e Road 2 00 Fe rn an dina B each FL 320 34 Na ss au C ou nt y th e fo llo w in g: Li sa Jan et os 1077 Bo bbi e E llio t 3117 B illie Thr ift 5008 Va nessa Walke r 2134 Ci nd y Robe rt s 1073 Ge o ffe ry H ur st 2147 Pu rc ha se s mu st b e paid fo r at t he t im e of p ur chas e by ca sh o nly. Da te d th is 10/ 17 /2 01 8 an d 10/24/2018 FN L 2T 1017242018 #464486 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at BL AC K CU B LLC Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 00 -0 031180 0 -0 1310050 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 2126 File N um be r: 18T D0 00038A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 13 1 LO T 5 IN O R 714/1460 ( 1/ 6 IN T) C IT Y OF FD NA B EA CH As se sse d To : AM BL ER M AR IE R IC HO J AC KSO N, J UD Y P AN CR UM RO NE LL A JO NE S, C LE ME NT IN E DE BE RRY CA TH ER IN E SU SI E RI CH O E DD IE R IC HO Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 13t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2 018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a.m JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 p re ss 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 10 -1 01724312018 #462620 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at BL AC K CU B LLC Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 00-0 031180 0 -0 1310050 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 2126 File N um be r: 18T D0 00038A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 13 1 LO T 5 IN O R 714/1460 ( 1/ 6 IN T) C IT Y OF FD NA B EA CH As se sse d To : AM BL ER M AR IE R IC HO J AC KSO N, J UD Y P AN CR UM RO NE LL A JO NE S, C LE ME NT IN E DE BE RRY CA TH ER IN E SU SI E RI CH O E DD IE R IC HO Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 13t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2 018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a.m JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 p re ss 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 10 -1 01724312018 #462620 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at GR EG W HEELER Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 263N -2 42300001 70040 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 469 File N um be r: 18TD 000039A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: PT O F E OF L OT 17 S4 IN O R 796/1899 R 27 7985 M AP O F TW NS 3 4 5 RG 23 & 2 4 As se sse d To : JA ME S F HA RT LE Y JR E ST Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 13t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2 018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 10101724312018 #462633 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at GR EG W HEELER Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 274N -2 30000000 10030 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 175 File N um be r: 18TD 000037A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: PT N E OF N E OF S EC 2 74N -2 3E I N OR 1797/374 As se sse d To : LO CU S P NE LS ON AL YS ON R N EL SO N Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 13t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2 018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 10101724312018 #462566 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at HA RRY S TR AT ON Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e nam e( s) in wh ic h it is as se ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 442N 270000000 10200 Ce rt ificat e Nu m be r : 2271 File N um be r: 18E D 000034A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: IN OR 826 /1117 E X 124 As se sse d To : JO HN D S TR IC KL AN D LI ND A L ST RI CK L AND Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee med a cc or din g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL on t he 6 th D AY O F No ve m be r be tw ee n th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m a nd 2 :0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a.m JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im m ediat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti m e befo re th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce im pair ed call 711. FN L 4T1003101724201 8 #460851 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at HA RRY S TR AT ON Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e nam e( s) in wh ic h it is as se ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 442N 270000000 10200 Ce rt ificat e Nu m be r : 2271 File N um be r: 18E D 000034A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: IN OR 826 /1117 E X 124 As se sse d To : JO HN D S TR IC KL AN D LI ND A L ST RI CK L AND Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee med a cc or din g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL on t he 6 th D AY O F No ve m be r be tw ee n th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m a nd 2 :0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a.m JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im m ediat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti m e befo re th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce im pair ed call 711. FN L 4T1003101724201 8 #460851 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at CA PI TA L ON E CL TR L Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n umb er (s ) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umb er : 422N 270000001 00000 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 1209 File N u mb er : 18TD 000041A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: PT J OH N LO W MI LL G RA NT SE C 422N 27E I N DB K 239/ 39 4 (E X PT I N DO T R/W) As se sse d To : RU TH H EN RY E ST AT E Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uch c er ti fi ca te (s ) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s u ch c er ti fi ca te o r ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 27t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2018 b et we en th e ho u rs o f 11:00 a m an d 2:00 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u a re a p er so n wi th a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u a re ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u to t he p ro visi on o f ce rta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo u r sc he du le d co u rt a ppear ance o r im me diat el y upo n re ceiv in g th is no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hedu le d appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u a re he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 1024312018 & 110714201 8 #466134 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at 5T W EA LT H PA RT NE RS L P Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n umb er (s ) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umb er : 000031180 000170180 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 2080 File N um ber : 18TD 000042A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 17 L OT 1 8 C ITY O F FD NA B EA CH As se sse d To : MA MI E TA YL OR E ST Al l of t he a b ov e pr op er ty is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l b e re de em ed a cc or din g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri b ed in su ch c er ti fi ca te o r ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 27t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:00 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 1024312018 & 110714201 8 #466144 NO TI CE OF PUB LIC M EET IN G Th e So ut h Ame lia I sl an d Sh or e St abiliz at io n As so ci ati on I nc will h ol d a SA IS SA Or ie ntat io n on O ct ob er 25, 2018, a t 9:00a.m i n th e Am e lia I sl an d Ma na ge me nt Co nf er enc e Ro om 5 440 F ir st Co as t Hw y, A me lia I sl and, Fl or ida P er so ns w it h di sa biliti es r eq ui ri ng a cco mm od ati on s in o rd er t o pa rt ic ip at e in th is p ro gr am o r ac ti vi ty s houl d call 9 042775123 a t leas t 24 ho ur s in a dv an ce t o re ques t su ch acco mm od at io n. FN L 2T 1017242018 #463276 Leg al No t ice We w ill s el l or o t her wise d is po se o f th e co nt en ts o f th e fo llo wi ng u ni ts t o sa ti sf y th e de linquen t st or ag e lie n placed in acco rd ance w it h th e st at e of F lo ri da S ta tu e 83.806. Un it 1182 K ar i Jo nes H ou se ho ld G oo ds Un it 1 02 6 Er ic a D Wo lf e Ho us ehold G oo ds Un it 1079 L au ri e An ne L abbe Ho us ehold G oo ds Un it 3058 J as on H un t Ho us eho ld G oo ds Un it 1190 S te ph anie L M ay s Ho us ehold G oo ds Op en D oo r Pu blic A uc ti on Sa le w ill b e co nduc te d at A1 A St ow -A -W ay S to ra ge 96280 D avid Hallm an P ar kwa y, Y ul ee, F lo ri da 3 2097 a t 10:00 a m on F ri da y No ve mbe r 9t h, 2 018 O pe n do or sa le c as h on ly I mm ed ia te pa ym en t re qu ir ed A c lean in g depo si t will b e ta k en. (9 04) 491186 6 T hi s sa le i s op en t o t he public FN L 2T 1024312018 #466009 NO TI CE OF PUB LIC SA LE FI RS T CO AS T PA IN T & BO DY give s No ti ce o f Fo re clos ur e of Li en a nd int ent t o se ll t hes e ve hicle s on 1 1/08/2018 11: 00 am a t 474361 E S TA TE R OA D 200 F ER NA ND IN A BE AC H F L 32034080 1 p ur su an t to s ub se ct io n 71 3.78 o f th e Flor id a St at ut es F IR ST C OA ST P AI NT & BO DY r es er ve s th e ri gh t to a cce pt o r re je ct a ny a nd /o r al l bids 1F AH P3 M2 9C L2 631 86 2012 FO RD 1G2N F5 2E 94C 13 7 411 2004 PO NT IA C 1G8A J5 2F 13 Z1 4 2903 200 3 SA TUR N 1G8A J5 2F 65 Z1 0 6711 200 5 SA TUR N 1GTC S1 4W 818 1 685 95 2011 GE NE RA L MO TO RS C OR P 1H FS C 55016A 2 09701 2006 HO ND A 2HKYF 18693H514923 2003 HO ND A 3G5D A 03E 73S 535501 2003 BU IC K 3G CP CR EC 0E G4 80 797 2014 CH EV RO LE T 4T1B F22K9V U 027954 1997 TO YO TA 5T EU U 42N 26Z2161 86 2006 TO YO TA JY AV P11E 61 A 019967 2001 YA MA HA WB EA V 53432KM23839 2002 BM W FN L 1T 1024201 8 #466085 NO TI CE OF PUB LIC SA LE FI RS T CO AS T PA IN T & BO DY give s No ti ce o f Fo re clos ur e of Li en a nd int ent t o se ll t hes e ve hicle s on 1 1/08/2018 11: 00 am a t 474361 E S TA TE R OA D 200 F ER NA ND IN A BE AC H F L 32034080 1 p ur su an t to s ub se ct io n 71 3.78 o f th e Flor id a St at ut es F IR ST C OA ST P AI NT & BO DY r es er ve s th e ri gh t to a cce pt o r re je ct a ny a nd /o r al l bids 1F AH P3 M2 9C L2 631 86 2012 FO RD 1G2N F5 2E 94C 13 7 411 2004 PO NT IA C 1G8A J5 2F 13 Z1 4 2903 200 3 SA TUR N 1G8A J5 2F 65 Z1 0 6711 200 5 SA TUR N 1GTC S1 4W 818 1 685 95 2011 GE NE RA L MO TO RS C OR P 1H FS C 55016A 2 09701 2006 HO ND A 2HKYF 18693H514923 2003 HO ND A 3G5D A 03E 73S 535501 2003 BU IC K 3G CP CR EC 0E G4 80 797 2014 CH EV RO LE T 4T1B F22K9V U 027954 1997 TO YO TA 5T EU U 42N 26Z2161 86 2006 TO YO TA JY AV P11E 61 A 019967 2001 YA MA HA WB EA V 53432KM23839 2002 BM W FN L 1T 1024201 8 #466085 No t ice of Sp ec ia l Me et ing Am elia Na t iona l Co mm unit y D evelop m ent D ist rict A sp ecial me et in g of t he Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs o f th e Am e lia N at io na l Co mm un it y De ve lo pm en t Di st ri ct w ill b e he ld T ue sd ay Oc to be r 30, 2018, a t 11 :3 0 a. m. a t 1 027 So ut h 8t h St re et Fe rn an dina Be ach F L 3 20 34. Th e m eet in g is o pe n to t he p ublic a nd will b e co nduc te d in a cco rda nc e wi th t he p er ti ne nt p ro visi on s of F lo ri da L aw f or Co mm unit y De ve lo pm en t Di st ri ct s. T he m eet in g ma y be co nt inue d to a d at e t im e, an d place to b e sp ec ifie d on th e re co rd a t th e me et ing A co py o f th e agend a fo r th e m eet in g ma y be o bt ained fr om F is hk ind & As so ci at es 12051 C or po ra te B lvd. Or lando Flo ri da 3 281 7. T her e ma y be o cca si on s wh en o ne or m or e Su pe rv is or s will p ar ti cipa te b e te le ph on e. At t he a bo ve loc at io n t her e will be p re se nt a s pe ak er t eleph on e so t ha t an y in te re st ed pe rs on c an a tt en d th e m eet in g at t he a bo ve loc at io n an d be f ully inf or me d of t he di sc us si on s ta ki ng p la ce e it her in pe rs on o r by t el eph on e co mm unicat io n. An y pe rs on r equi ri ng s pe cial a cco mm od at io ns a t th is m eet in g be ca us e of a d is abilit y or p hy si ca l im pair me nt sh ou ld c on ta ct t he D is tr ic t Of fi ce a t (407) 3 82 -3 256 at lea se 3 c alend ar d ay s pr io r to t he m eet ing. Ea ch p er so n wh o decide s to a pp eal an y de ci si on m ad e by t he B oa rd w it h re sp ec t to an y ma tt er c on si de re d at t he m eet in g is a dv is ed t ha t pe rso n w ill n ee d a re co rd o f th e pr oc ee ding s an d th at a cco rd in gly t he p er so n ma y n eed t o ens ur e th at a v er ba ti m re co rd o f th e pr oc eed in gs is ma de includin g th e te st im on y an d ev id en ce up on w hich s uc h appeal is to be bas ed Vi vian C ar valh o Di st ri ct Man ager FN L 1T 1024201 8 #465721 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at HA RRY S TR AT ON Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on Th e ce rti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e nam e( s) in wh ic h it is as se ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 083N 242380015 50130 Ce rt ificat e Nu m be r : 674 File N um be r: 18TD 000035A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 155 L OT S 13 1 4 15 I N OR 391 P G 182 R 108 171 TO WN O F HI LL IA RD As se sse d To : TH EO DO RE S TE TS ON E ST Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee med a cc or din g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL on t he 6 th D AY O F No ve m be r be tw ee n th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m a nd 2 :0 0 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a.m JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im m ediat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti m e befo re th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce im pair ed call 711. FN L 4T1003101724201 8 #460858 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at FI RS T CO AS T IN C Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on T he c er ti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 000031180 000680040 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 3627 File N um be r: 18E D 000036A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 68 L OT 4 C IT Y OF F DN A BE AC H As se sse d To : VI OL A SN IP E LO UI S SI MMO NS Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL on t he 6 th D AY O F No ve mb er b et we en t he ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:00 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T1003101724201 8 #460867 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at FI RS T CO AS T IN C Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on T he c er ti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 000031180 000680040 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 3627 File N um be r: 18E D 000036A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: BL OC K 68 L OT 4 C IT Y OF F DN A BE AC H As se sse d To : VI OL A SN IP E LO UI S SI MMO NS Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL on t he 6 th D AY O F No ve mb er b et we en t he ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:00 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T1003101724201 8 #460867 NO TI CE OF A PPLIC AT ION FO R TA X DE ED NO TI CE IS HER EB Y GIV EN Th at FI RS T CO AS T IN C Th e ho lder (s ) of t he f o llo win g ce rt if ic at e( s) h as f ile d sa id ce rt ificat e( s) f or a t ax d eed to b e is su ed t he re on T he c er ti fi ca te n um be r( s) t he d esc ri pt io n of t he p ro pe rt y, a nd th e na me (s ) in w hich it is a sse ss ed a re a s fo llo ws : Pa rc el N umbe r: 512N 254170006 6000 Ce rt ificat e Nu mb er : 1297 File N um be r: 18TD 000040A XY X De sc ri pt io n of P ro pe rt y: LO T 66 J P PA GE S UB P B 3/20 As se sse d To : JO HN R WOO DS RU TH WOO DS Al l of t he a bo ve p ro pe rt y is loc at ed in Na ss au C ount y, in t he S ta te o f Flor ida. Un le ss s uc h ce rt ificat e( s) sh al l be r edee me d ac co rd in g to L aw th e pr op er ty d esc ri be d in s uc h ce rt ificat e or ce rt ificat es w ill b e so ld t o th e High es t Bi dd er a t th e MA IN EN TR AN CE O F TH E RO BE RT M FO ST ER J US TI CE C EN TE R, 76347 V ET ER ANS WAY Y UL EE, FL o n th e 27t h DA Y OF No ve mb er 2018 b et we en th e ho ur s of 11:00 a m an d 2:00 pm T he Cl er k of C ou rt s O ffi ce Po lic y is t o hold t he s al e at 11:30 a. m. JO HN A C RA WF OR D CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT AN D CO MP TR OL LE R CL ER K OF C OU RT BY : R ho da G oo dw in DE PU TY C LE RK I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o ne ed s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent it le d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov is io n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe ar an ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. FN L 4T 1024312018 & 110714201 8 #466131 IN T HE CI RC UIT C OUR T, FOUR TH JUD IC IA L CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSA U C OUN TY FLOR ID A PR OB AT E DI V ISION File Nu mb er: 2018CP 0344 D ivision: B IN R E : E ST AT E OF CA RL J UL IA N TH OM PS ON JR., De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st r at io n of t he es ta te o f CA RL J UL IA N TH OM PS ON JR., d ec ea se d, wh os e da te o f deat h wa s Au gu st 23, 2018, is pe nd in g in th e Ci r cuit C our t fo r N a ssa u Co un ty Flor ida P r ob at e Di vi si on t he a ddr es s of w hich i s 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee FL 3 2 097. Th e na me s an d ad dr es se s of t he p er so na l r epr es ent at iv e an d th e per so na l r epr es ent at iv e' s at to r ney a r e se t fo r th b el ow Al l cr ed it or s of t he d eced ent an d ot her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r d em ands a ga in st de cede nt 's e st at e on w ho m a co py o f th is n ot ic e is r equir ed t o be s er ve d mu st f ile t heir c laim s wi th t hi s cour t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot he r c r edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s or d em ands agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WIT HI N TH E TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH IN S EC TI ON 733 .7 02 O F TH E FL OR ID A PR OB AT E CO DE W IL L BE FOR EV ER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TIM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H AB OV E, AN Y CL AI M FI LE D TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF D EA TH I S BA RRE D. Th e da te o f fir st p ublicat io n of th is n ot ic e is O ct ob er 2 4th 2018 Br it to n La w, L LC Rich ar d K B r it to n, E sq uir e Fl or ida Ba r N umbe r : 480339 2124 Par k St r eet Jack so nv ille Flor ida 322 04 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 3891994 Fax: ( 904) 3897990 EMail: S er vi ce @B r it to nL aw LL C. co m Pe rso na l Repr es en ta ti ve : Sh aw n Th om ps on 97253 Pir at es P oi nt R oa d Yu le e, F L 320 97 FN L 2T 1024312018 #466064 DR EA M FIN DE RS HOM ES RE QU EST FOR PR OPOSA LS FOR AM ELIA CO NC OUR SE PHA SE 3 N EIGHB OR HOOD DE V ELOPM EN T PR OJEC T No ti ce i s her eb y give n th at t he D RE AM F IN DE RS HO ME S (D FH) will r ec ei ve p ro po sa ls f or t he f o llo wi ng D is tr ic t pr oj ec ts : P ha se 3 N ei gh bo rh ood D ev elop me nt P ro ject Th e co nt ra ct w ill r eq ui re co nt ra ct or s to p ro vi de f or t he co ns tr uc ti on labo r m at er ials an d eq uipmen t ne ce ss ar y to co ns tr uc t ea rt hw or k r oa dwa y r ec re at io na l am eni ty st or mw at er wa te r an d se we r, an d ot her a ss oc ia te d sc op es ne ce ssa ry t o co mp le te ne ighb or ho od d ev el op m ent s, a s mo re p ar ti cula rl y de sc ri be d in t he Pr oj ec t Ma nuals a nd in acco rd an ce w it h th e plan s and sp ecif icat io ns Th e Pr oj ec t Ma nu al co nsi st in g of t he p ro po sa l pa ck age, c on tr ac t p ro po sa l fo rm plan s a nd o t her m at er ials will b e availabl e fo r public i nsp ec ti on a nd m ay b e ob ta ined b eg in ni ng Oct ob er 19, 2018 a t 9: 00 a. m. f ro m th e of fi ce s of M cC ra ni e & A sso ciat es I nc ., 3 S 2 nd S t. Fe rna ndin a Be ach, F L 3203 4 T he Pr oj ec t Ma nu al w ill b e avai lable in di gi ta l fo rm o nly. P ro po se rs s hall em ail a re qu es t to da n@ m ccr an ieeng in ee rs .co m. A O ne Dr iv e lin k will b e s ent a nd a cce ss g ra nt ed t o vi ew a nd p ri nt t he d ocum ent s T he Pr oj ec t Ma nu al w ill no t be availabl e fo r pi ck up a t th e o ffi ce s of M cC ra ni e & As so ciat es In c A lis t of e ac h pr op os er s hall be k ept by McCr an ie & A sso ciat es t o en su re th at e ac h pr op os er r ec ei ve s all adde ndum Mi ni mu m expe ri en ce r equir em ent s to s ub mi t a pr opo sa l fo r th is p ro ject : s ucce ss fu l co mp le ti on o f at lea st t wo (2 ) re si de ntia l infr as tr uc tu re pr oj ec ts w it hi n no rt hea st F lo ri da ( to include N as sa u D uv al St J o hns a nd C la y coun ti es ) wi th in t he las t five ( 5) y ea rs Pr op os al s w ill b e ev alua ted in acco rd ance w it h th e cr it er ia include d in t he P ro ject Ma nu al DF H re se rv es t he ri gh t to r ej ec t an y and all pr opo sa ls ma ke m od ificat io ns t o th e wo rk aw ar d th e co nt ra ct in w hole o r in p ar t wi th o r wi th ou t caus e p ro vi de f or th e de liv er y of t he p ro je ct in ph as es a nd w aive m in or o r te ch nica l ir re gu la ri ti es in an y Pr op os al as it deem s ap pr opr ia te if it de te rm in es in it s di sc re ti on t ha t it is in t he D is tr ic ts b es t in te re st s to d o so An y pr ot es t of t he t er ms a nd sp ecif icat io ns m us t be f ile d wi th D FH w it hi n 72 h ou rs o f pick up o f th e Pr oj ec t Ma nual to ge th er w it h a pr ot es t bo nd in a f or m accept able t o th e Di st ri ct a nd in th e am ount o f $10,000.00 I n th e ev en t th e pr ot es t is s ucce ssf ul th e pr ot es t bo nd s hall b e re fu nd ed t o th e pr ot es to r. In t he ev ent t he p ro te st is un su cce ss fu l, t he pr ot es t bo nd s hall be a pp lie d to wa rd s DF Hs co st s, e xpen se s an d at to rn ey s fe es a sso ciat ed w it h he ar in g an d de fendin g th e pr ot es t. Failu re t o ti me ly f ile a p ro te st will r es ul t in a w aive r of p ro ce edin gs u nd er C ha pt er 190 Fl or id a St at ut es a nd o t her law. Fi rm s de si ri ng t o pr ov id e co ns tr uc ti on s er vi ce s fo r th e re fe re nc ed p ro ject m us t su bmi t on e or iginal a nd o ne co py o f th e re quir ed p ro po sa l no lat er t ha n 11:30 a .m on No ve mb er 16, 2018 a t th e of fi ce s of M cC ra ni e & A sso ciat es In c. 3 S 2n d St ., F er na ndin a Be ac h, F L 32034. A ddi ti ona lly as f ur t her d es cr ibed in t he P ro je ct M anual, e ac h pr op os er s hall s up pl y a bi d bo nd o r ca sh ie rs c he ck in th e su m eq ua l to f iv e pe rc en t (5 %) o f th e to ta l am ou nt o f th e bi d wi th its p ro po sa l. P ro po sa ls s ha ll b e in t he f or m pr ov id ed in th e Pr oj ec t Ma nu al a nd s ubmi tt ed in a se aled en ve lo pe p ur su an t to t he I nst ru ct io ns t o Pr op os er s D FH re se rv es t he r ight t o re tu rn u nop ene d to t he P ro po se r an y pr op os al s re ceiv ed a ft er t he ti me a nd d at e st ipulat ed ab ov e E ac h pr op os al s hall re ma in b inding f or a m inimu m of o ne h undr ed a nd tw ent y (1 20 ) da ys a ft er t he pr op os al o peni ng Th e su cce ss fu l Pr op os er will be r eq ui re d up on a wa rd t o fu rn is h a pa ym ent a nd p er fo rma nc e bo nd f or o ne h un dr ed p er c ent ( 100% ) of t he valu e of t he c on tr ac t, w it h a Su re ty a ccept able t o DF H, in acco rd an ce w it h se ct io n 255.05 F lo ri da S ta tu te s A ll qu es ti on s re ga rd in g th e Pr oj ec t Ma nual o r th is p ro ject sh al l be d ir ec te d in w ri ti ng on ly t o Mc Cr anie & A ss ociat es In c. 3 S 2n d St ., F er na ndin a Be ach, F L 32034, Da n Mc Cr an ie P .E ., d an @m ccr anie en gi ne er s. co m. N o ph on e in quir ie s pl ea se FN L 1T 1024201 8 #466022 DR EA M FIN DE RS HOM ES RE QU EST FOR PR OPOSA LS FOR AM ELIA CO NC OUR SE PHA SE 3 N EIGHB OR HOOD DE V ELOPM EN T PR OJEC T No ti ce i s her eb y give n th at t he D RE AM F IN DE RS HO ME S (D FH) will r ec ei ve p ro po sa ls f or t he f o llo wi ng D is tr ic t pr oj ec ts : P ha se 3 N ei gh bo rh ood D ev elop me nt P ro ject Th e co nt ra ct w ill r eq ui re co nt ra ct or s to p ro vi de f or t he co ns tr uc ti on labo r m at er ials an d eq uipmen t ne ce ss ar y to co ns tr uc t ea rt hw or k r oa dwa y r ec re at io na l am eni ty st or mw at er wa te r an d se we r, an d ot her a ss oc ia te d sc op es ne ce ssa ry t o co mp le te ne ighb or ho od d ev el op m ent s, a s mo re p ar ti cula rl y de sc ri be d in t he Pr oj ec t Ma nuals a nd in acco rd an ce w it h th e plan s and sp ecif icat io ns Th e Pr oj ec t Ma nu al co nsi st in g of t he p ro po sa l pa ck age, c on tr ac t p ro po sa l fo rm plan s a nd o t her m at er ials will b e availabl e fo r public insp ec ti on a nd m ay b e ob ta ined b eg in ni ng Oct ob er 19, 2018 a t 9: 00 a. m. f ro m th e of fi ce s of M cC ra ni e & A sso ciat es I nc ., 3 S 2 nd S t. Fe rna ndin a Be ach, F L 3203 4 T he Pr oj ec t Ma nu al w ill b e avai lable in di gi ta l fo rm o nly. P ro po se rs s hall em ail a re qu es t to da n@ m ccr an ieeng in ee rs .co m. A O ne Dr iv e lin k will b e s ent a nd a cce ss g ra nt ed t o vi ew a nd p ri nt t he d ocum ent s T he Pr oj ec t Ma nu al w ill no t be availabl e fo r pi ck up a t th e o ffi ce s of M cC ra ni e & As so ciat es In c A lis t of e ac h pr op os er s hall be k ept by McCr an ie & A sso ciat es t o en su re th at e ac h pr op os er r ec ei ve s all adde ndum Mi ni mu m expe ri en ce r equir em ent s to s ub mi t a pr opo sa l fo r th is p ro ject : s ucce ss fu l co mp le ti on o f at lea st t wo (2 ) re si de ntia l infr as tr uc tu re pr oj ec ts w it hi n no rt hea st F lo ri da ( to include N as sa u D uv al St J o hns a nd C la y coun ti es ) wi th in t he las t five ( 5) y ea rs Pr op os al s w ill b e ev alua ted in acco rd ance w it h th e cr it er ia include d in t he P ro ject Ma nu al DF H re se rv es t he ri gh t to r ej ec t an y and all pr opo sa ls ma ke m od ificat io ns t o th e wo rk aw ar d th e co nt ra ct in w hole o r in p ar t wi th o r wi th ou t caus e p ro vi de f or th e de liv er y of t he p ro je ct i n ph as es a nd w aive m in or o r te ch nica l ir re gu la ri ti es in an y Pr op os al as it deem s ap pr opr ia te if it de te rm in es in it s di sc re ti on t ha t it is in t he D is tr ic ts b es t in te re st s to d o so An y pr ot es t of t he t er ms a nd sp ecif icat io ns m us t be f ile d wi th D FH w it hi n 72 h ou rs o f pick up o f th e Pr oj ec t Ma nual to ge th er w it h a pr ot es t bo nd in a f or m accept able t o th e Di st ri ct a nd in th e am ount o f $10,000.00 I n th e ev en t th e pr ot es t is s ucce ssf ul th e pr ot es t bo nd s hall b e re fu nd ed t o th e pr ot es to r. In t he ev ent t he p ro te st is un su cce ss fu l, t he pr ot es t bo nd s hall be a pp lie d to wa rd s DF Hs co st s, e xpen se s an d at to rn ey s fe es a sso ciat ed w it h he ar in g an d de fendin g th e pr ot es t. Failu re t o ti me ly f ile a p ro te st will r es ul t in a w aive r of p ro ce edin gs u nd er C ha pt er 190 Fl or id a St at ut es a nd o t her law. Fi rm s de si ri ng t o pr ov id e co ns tr uc ti on s er vi ce s fo r th e re fe re nc ed p ro ject m us t su bmi t on e or iginal a nd o ne co py o f th e re quir ed p ro po sa l no lat er t ha n 11:30 a .m on No ve mb er 16, 2018 a t th e of fi ce s of M cC ra ni e & A sso ciat es In c. 3 S 2n d St ., F er na ndin a Be ac h, F L 32034. A ddi ti ona lly as f ur t her d es cr ibed in t he P ro je ct M anual, e ac h pr op os er s hall s up pl y a bi d bo nd o r ca sh ie rs c he ck in th e su m eq ua l to f iv e pe rc en t (5 %) o f th e to ta l am ou nt o f th e bi d wi th its p ro po sa l. P ro po sa ls s ha ll b e in t he f or m pr ov id ed in th e Pr oj ec t Ma nu al a nd s ubmi tt ed in a se aled en ve lo pe p ur su an t to t he I nst ru ct io ns t o Pr op os er s D FH re se rv es t he r ight t o re tu rn u nop ene d to t he P ro po se r an y pr op os al s re ceiv ed a ft er t he ti me a nd d at e st ipulat ed ab ov e E ac h pr op os al s hall re ma in b inding f or a m inimu m of o ne h undr ed a nd tw ent y (1 20 ) da ys a ft er t he pr op os al o peni ng Th e su cce ss fu l Pr op os er will be r eq ui re d up on a wa rd t o fu rn is h a pa ym ent a nd p er fo rma nc e bo nd f or o ne h un dr ed p er c ent ( 100% ) of t he valu e of t he c on tr ac t, w it h a Su re ty a ccept able t o DF H, i n acco rd an ce w it h se ct io n 255.05 F lo ri da S ta tu te s A ll qu es ti on s re ga rd in g th e Pr oj ec t Ma nual o r th is p ro ject sh al l be d ir ec te d in w ri ti ng on ly t o Mc Cr anie & A ss ociat es In c. 3 S 2n d St ., F er na ndin a Be ach, F L 32034, Da n Mc Cr an ie P .E ., d an @m ccr anie en gi ne er s. co m. N o ph on e in quir ie s pl ea se FN L 1T 1024201 8 #466022 RE ZO NI NG NO TI CE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at o n No ve mb er 8 2018 a t 6:00 P .M o r s oon t he re af te r as t he m at te r ma y be h ea rd th e Pla nni ng a nd Zon in g Bo ar d of N as sa u Coun ty w ill ho ld a p ub lic h ea ri ng a t th e Co mm is si on C hamb er s, Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al Co mp le x, 9 6135 N as sa u Pla ce Y ul ee Flor id a 32097 t o co ns ider a pplicat io n No R 18 016 f or r ez on ing. Al so b e it kn ow n th at o n Mo nd ay No ve mb er 26, 2018, a t 6:00 P.M o r so on t he re af te r as t he ma tt er m ay b e he ar d t he Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mm issi on er s of N as sa u Co un ty w ill h ol d a publ ic h ea ri ng o n th e sa id applicat io n fo r Re zo ning N o. R18016, a t th e Co mm issi on Ch am be rs J am es S P ag e Co mp le x lo ca ti on c on ce rn in g th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ibed pr op er ty in Na ss au C ou nt y. Lo ca ti on f or t he a bo ve de sc ri be d pr op er ty is: on t he no rt h an d so ut h si de s of Willia m Bu rg e ss Bl vd be tw ee n Har ts R oa d an d U. S. 17 P ar ce l ID # 422N 270000000 30060 R18016 p ro po se s to m od ify t he p re vi ou sl y appr ov ed Pla nn ed U ni t De ve lo pm en t (P UD ) kn ow n as N as sa u Cr os sin g (O rd inan ce 201742) Th is a pplicat io n is f ile d by : P at ri ot Ridge L LP 2955 Ha rt le y Ro ad S ui te 108, J ac ks onv ille FL 3 2257, Ow ner ; an d Gr eg ory E Ma to vi na P re si d ent Ma to vi na a nd C om pa ny 2955 Har tl ey R oa d, S ui te 108 J ac kso nv ill e, F L 322 57, A ge nt Al l in te re st ed p ar ti es a re in vi te d to a tt end t he p ublic he ar in gs a nd t o be h ea rd Co pies o f th e A pplicat io n an d su pp or ti ng inf or ma ti on ar e availabl e fo r in sp ec ti on i n th e o ffi ce o f th e Pla nni ng an d Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent 96161 N as sa u Pla ce Y ulee, F L 32097. C om m ent s ma y al so b e di re ct ed in w ri ti ng t o th e Pla nn in g an d Ec on om ic O ppo rt un it y De pa rt m ent e ma ile d to p lanni ng info @n as sa uc ou nt yf l. co m o r re ceiv ed b y te le ph on e at ( 9 04) 530630 0. Al l co mm ent s w ill b ecom e a pa rt o f th e re co rd in th is m at te r. Th is hea ri ng w ill b e co nduct ed a s a quas ijudicial he ar in g. P er so ns w it h di sa bili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns i n or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t th e De pa rt m ent o f Pla nn in g an d Ec on om ic O ppo rt unit y (9 04 ) 53 06300, o r Fl or id a Re la y Se rv ic e (1 -8 00 955877 1) a t leas t tw en ty -f ou r (2 4) h ou rs in advanc e to r equ es t su ch acco mm od at io n. TH E P UB LI C IS I NV IT ED T O BE P RE SE NT A ND B E HE AR D IF A P ER SO N WI SH ES T O AP P EA L AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES P EC T TO AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G, HE WIL L NE ED A R EC OR D OF TH E P RO CE ED IN GS A ND F OR TH AT P URP OS E, M AY N EE D TO EN SU RE T HA T A VE RB AT IM RE CO RD O F TH E P RO C EED IN GS I S MA DE WH IC H RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H TH E AP P EA L IS T O BE BA SE D. Th e Pla nn in g an d Zo ning Bo ar d ma y co nt inue hea ri ng on t hi s ma tt er PLA NN IN G AN D ZO NI NG BO AR D OF NA SS AU C OU NT Y, F LO RI DA It s : C ha ir ma n FN L 2T 1024312018 #465522 2 FNL10241024EEEE96 2 10/22/18 4:44 PM

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r f ntb t n T he Florida House, located on South Third Street in Fernandina Beachs down town Historic District, has always been a popular place to stay. It is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. It was first a boarding house for railroad workers during the years the cross-state railroad was being built. Later it housed Union soldiers during the Civil War. In the late 1800s, during Amelia Islands so-called Golden Age, it was a popular place for tourists from the north. Now it is a popular bed-and-breakfast that hosts weddings and other special events. It also offers a restaurant, Leddys Porch, and the Mermaid Bar. The Florida House Inn is consid ered the oldest, continuously run inn or rooming house operating in Florida. The main structure was built around 1857 by the Florida Railroad. Its architectural style is vernacular with Greek Revival adaptations. The basic design is rectangular with a gabled roof. The double galleried porches are distinctive. Flags representing the eight flags that have flown over Amelia Island are currently displayed. The inn has a long history of famous people who have visited, stayed or dined there. It was a boarding house for Union officers during the Civil War. After the war, Major Leddy, the provost marshall of Northern Florida, and his wife bought the property and continued to operate it as a hotel. In 1865 they added living space for them selves and a dining room for guests. The dining room proved very success ful and served such notables as the Carnegies, Morgans and Duponts. The Carnegies were said to have stayed at the Florida House, played at the Palace Saloon and prayed at St. Peters Episcopal Church. The Florida House has never been a private residence but has always offered rooms as an inn or a boarding house. It is one of the few antebellum buildings remaining on Amelia Island. Several additions were made through the years to accommodate the popular ity of the island and the inn. In 1990 it was sold and entered into a long process of restoration and, eventually, opened as a popular bed-and-breakfast, restaurant and bar. The building has survived the Civil War, hurricanes and financial distress. Like so many of the down town Historic Districts buildings, it is a living museum. It is said that Jose Marti, a Cuban revolutionary, planned his invasion of Cuba while staying at the Florida House in 1883. When President Ulysses S. Grant visited Amelia Island, he was entertained at the inn. When Jacksonville was a popu lar place for the filming of movies, such notables as Mary Pickford and Laurel and Hardy stayed at the Florida House. A stop at the Florida House is a chance to step back in history and imagine the comings and goings of so many years ago. Dickie Andersons book, Great Homes of Fernandina Architectural Treasures from Amelia Islands Golden Age, offers detailed information on many of the historic homes on Amelia Island. This and her other books are available at island book and gift stores or by contacting her at dickie.ander son@gmail.com Keep Nassau Beautiful and Nassau Countys Solid Waste Department sponsored a fall Household Hazardous Waste Collection event last month that has turned into the countys larg est collection event on record, according to a news release. Prior to this year, HHWC events have occurred annually in Nassau County during the month of April, but due to population growth and increased demand, a second event was added for the fall in 2018. For the first time, the event was held at the site of the Northeast Florida Fairgrounds in Callahan, but the event attracted residents from all areas of Nassau County. In addition to the collec tion of hazardous waste, resi dents also supported Barnabas Centers Food Pantry during the event with donations of canned goods. The data has been tabulated and Nassau Countys fall event is the largest on record. Nine volunteers from Keep Nassau Beautiful provided more than 90 hours of their time to assist resi dents in unloading and properly disposing of more than 46,800 pounds, or 23 tons, of hazardous waste. The top three items col lected include latex paint, used oil, and electronics. Lynda Bell, executive director for Keep Nassau Beautiful, said in the release, Year after year one of the most popular items for dis posal during the HHWC event is latex paint. During our September event, a record amount of 14,540 pounds was collected. Many residents dont know they can dispose of latex paint throughout the year by following a few easy steps. Those steps include the purchase of any brand of cat litter that should be added to the latex paint can. Then, leave the lid off and give the mixture time to dry out and solidify. After that, the can and solidified mixture may be disposed of during regular trash collection. In the solidified form, the mixture of cat litter and latex paint is not considered hazardous waste, according to Keep Nassau Beautiful. Residents also brought to the event over-the-counter and prescription medications, though the latter could not be accepted If you ride your bike in the downtown area of Fernandina Beach, you may have noticed new bike racks recently. The Fernandina Beach Main Street program, with funding from the city, led the effort to purchase and install the black hitching post bike racks along Centre Street. City employees Sal Cumella and Rex Lester helped obtain approval from the Historic District Council for the rack installations. This couple, vacation ing here from Nashville, Tenn., had just biked from Fort Clinch to downtown Fernandina Beach. SUBMITTED rfntnbf For the second week in a row, staff from the Transportation Security Administration located at Jacksonville International Airport collected several shopping carts worth of canned and dry goods to donate to the Salvation Army Hope House. As staff arrived for work at the airport, Richard Clapsaddle, a TSA finance administra tive assistant and travel coordinator, and vacationing officer Kathleen Whisenhunt collected their coworkers gifts. Many TSA staff relayed stories of how the Salvation Army had personally helped them, family members and friends. Pictured from left are Laura Stafford, Hope House case worker; Clapsaddle; Whisenhunt; Howard Haisten, Hope House volunteer; TSA Officer Marvin Reese; TSA Officer Shadia Relaje; and Mary Moore, Hope House manager. SUBMITTED SUBMITTED rbfttb Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Co-Chair Pat Kaminski presents a donation check to Jacki McDonald, executive director of the Nassau Humane Society, from profits of the annual festivals to further the operation of Nassau Countys no-kill shelter. The Nassau Humane Society is dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals to alleviate their suffering and neglect, to support the human-animal bond and to foster an environment in which people respect all living creatures. They provide rescue and control, pet adop tion, animal-assisted therapy, pet care education, outreach, spay and neuter programs and many other welfare efforts. For more information, call 321-1647. The Humane Society is located at 639 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach. rf rff KEEP NASSAU BEAUTIFUL/SPECIAL This chart breaks down items received during the largest Household Hazardous Waste Collection event ever held in the county. Left, volunteers help residents unload items dur ing Septembers waste collection event. during the HHWC event. A sep arate event, Prescription Drug Take Back Day, is scheduled on Saturday, Oct. 27, so residents can dispose of their prescription drugs. For more information about this event, email or call Rachel Stokes at rachelstokes@ nacdac.com or 277-3699. The Nassau County Solid Waste Department Tire Amnesty Day was also held in September. While Nassau County residents may dispose of up to four tires per household per year, Tire Amnesty Day provides an addi tional opportunity to properly dispose of up to 10 tires per household with no fee for dis posal. This years Tire Amnesty Day resulted in 8.79 tons of waste tires being collected during the four-hour event. For more infor mation about these events, visit http://bit.ly/2q72ss8. The next Nassau County Household Hazardous Waste Collection event is currently scheduled for Saturday, March 30, 2019. Visit the Keep Nassau Beautiful website for details or email knb@keepnassaubeauti ful.org. NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 15 10/23/18 9:48 AM

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r You could drive away today with a beautiful, new-to-you Chevy! This affectionate little beauty is a mixed-breed dog, with a rust-colored coat (the only rust youll find on him!) and gorgeous mascara eyes. Hes about 8 years old, intel ligent and alert, with a great smile. He walks very well on his leash and hes very friendly and loving. Hes also friendly with other dogs, so bring your own over for a meet-andgreet! Hes a great compact size, perfect for a house or lap dog. Hes already neutered, micro-chipped, and ready to go home with you. Please come over and take our little Chevy out for a test drive or a test walk and be prepared to fall in love! Phoenix is a lovely, femi nine and sweet calico girl. She has beautiful white and tan markings, large light green eyes and an adorable black spot on her nose. Shes a domestic shorthair mix and about 3 years old. Phoenix is very friendly and will greet you with enthusiasm. Shes spayed and vaccinated and has a microchip. If youre interested in seeing her, call us at 321-1647 or visit NassauHumane.org to see if shes at our cattery or one of our remote adoption locations. Phoenix is packed and ready to go home now! You can see pictures and videos of our adoptable pets at NassauHumane.org. The Nassau Humane Society adop tion center at 639 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach is open 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays. You can con tact NHS at 321-1647 or info@ nassauhumane.org, and follow us on Facebook. Come meet your new best friend! Brownie is one of our senior felines at the Cats Angels Adoption Center. He has dark brown and black tabby fur and a super sweet face. Brownie can usually be found on the top bunk of the cat tower so he can be face to face with visitors. He appreci ates when they stop and give him a head rub. He has a very laid back and friendly disposi tion with people and other cats. Brownie, being a senior cat, would do best with adults only or with older children in the home. Stop by to say hello to Brownie and the resident cats at our Adoption Center. They have all been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and micro-chipped and are anxious to find their new home and family. Our Adoption Center is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday or you can call 321-2267 to make an appointment to visit. Cats Angels is a volunteerbased organization helping the community since 2001 with low-cost spay and neuter services and TNVR (TrapNeuter-Vaccinate-Return to Caregiver). We receive no local or federal government funding and operate solely on private donations, fund raising, grants and sales from our Thrift Store. Your support is appre ciated. If you want to know more about how to support or donate to Cats Angels, visit www.catsangels.com and click on How To Help where you will find many ways to lend a hand and also be able read our current Meowing Messenger newsletter. Recycle your alu minum and cat food cans at the bins in our parking lot at 709 S. Eighth Street. We graciously accept donations for cat care and resale items at our Thrift Store. Information about our spay-neuter, TNVR and adop tion programs is on our web site. Cats Angels welcomes volunteers to help us care for the cats and as retail clerks in our Thrift Store. Our volunteer application is online or you can call or stop by Cats Angels to sign up. The Thrift Store at Cats Angels is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Cats Angels can help you get the animals in your care spayed or neutered. It will control the overpopulation of unwanted cats and dogs. Visit the Spay/Neuter TNVR page on our website or call us at 321-2267 for help with feral and community cats or infor mation on low-cost spay-neu ter services. Spay and Neuter The Responsible Solution. rf FILE PHOTO The GFWC Womans Club of Fernandina Beach will hold its bi-annual Game and Card Party at noon Thursday, Nov. 1, at the organizations clubhouse, located at 201 Jean Lafitte Blvd. in Fernandina Beach. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. All card games, board games, dominoes and mahjongg are welcome. Players should bring their own cards and games and are encouraged to form groups to join in the fun. A donation of $15 per person will include lunch, dessert and snacks. For res ervations, call 277-8244 or contact a Womans Club member. Fern and Dinas Gallery and Gifts will host two Art Talks in one on Thursday, Oct. 25, between 5 and 7 p.m., according to a news release. Patricia Beall, former owner of Studio B Gallery in Hendersonville, N.C., will speak first at 5:30 p.m. about her col lection of Russian paintings from the 20th century. Her collection will also be on view and available for sale throughout the weekend. Beall collected the works directly from the artists at the Veronezh School in the former Soviet Union, as well as from their surviving families. The Bolshevik Revolution closed the borders of Russia to the outside world for more than 70 years. The Soviet government was determined to produce an artistic legacy, but until recently it was hidden from view for the rest of the world. The artists in Bealls col lection who are showcased at Fern and Dinas were rigor ously trained for six to 10 years and only after completing an advanced academic degree were they able to become members of the Union of Russian Artists. Since their only patrons were the Soviet government, they were never faced with market influences. However, many of their paintings were kept hidden from the government since they were not approved subject mat ter. It is only now they are being pulled from underneath floor boards and other hiding places to be shown to the world. Artists such as Vasily Komalov and Tatiana Konovalova have earned the title of Honored Peoples Artist in their native country and have gained recog nition in the west during the last decade. At 6 p.m., Ken Sedberry of Sedberry Pottery in Burnsville, N.C. will speak about his woodfired pottery. Sedberry received a Master of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1977 and then accepted a residency at The Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Mont., where he studied and taught until 1979. Eventually, Sedberry and his family moved to North Carolina, where he designed and built his first studio and a wood-fired kiln. Sedberry will talk about how much wood he needs to fire a kiln to almost 2,000 degrees and keep it going for 18 hours. Sedberrys work is for sale year-round at Fern and Dinas but he will unveil his latest work at Thursdays event. Fern and Dinas Gallery and Gifts is located at 26 S. Fifth St. in Fernandina Beach. SUBMITTED Mark Cameron will be starring in The Rocky Horror Show returning this week to Amelia Musical Playhouse for what has become our annual tribute. Since its pre miere in London in 1973, Richard OBriens show has created a cult following of costume-wearing, dialoguememorizing, and prop-bearing audiences. The current production features regular cast members as well as many new faces. This is a live production, complete with an eight-piece, bigger-than-ever pit band. Performances are Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 25-27, at 7 and 10 p.m. at AMP in Fernandina Beach. Tickets are $20. Prop bags are available for purchase at the door. Tickets are selling fast! Call 277-3455 or buy online at ameliamusicalplay house.com. ntbnn Bring gently used items to donate to Second Chance resale store, 1002 S. 14th St., to benefit the Nassau Humane Societys programs. Free pickup is available by calling 321-0022. tbnn Cats Angels is in need of volunteers for our Thrift Store and for cat care. If you like working in a retail setting, we have shifts available Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. If those hours dont fit in your schedule but you would still like to help in the Thrift Store, let us know. The kitties need your help too. We have two cleaning shifts (morning and evening) every day and the cats and our volunteers are always happy to meet new people. Our volunteer application is avail able at our website at bit.ly/2ijwWGf or at the Cats Angels Thrift Store, 709 S. Eighth St. Were open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. For information, call us 321-2267. nnb The Nassau Humane Society is looking to add to its volunteers. Visit nassauhu mane.org, email info@nassauhumane.org or call 321-1647. ttnnb Cats Angels provides low-cost spay and neuter and TNVR (Trap-Neuter-VaccinateReturn to Caregiver) services through First Coast No More Homeless Pets. Call 321-2267. bttb btbbt SUBMITTED PHOTOS Above, Patricia Beall will speak about her collection of art from the former Soviet Union. Left, Ken Sedberry will unveil some of his latest works dur ing Thursdays Art Talks. Father and son, meet mother and daughter. Tim and Myles Thompson, the father-and-son duo thats racking up accolades for their latest CD, Time4Me2Go will bring their mastery of guitar and fiddle, as well as their songwriting prowess, to Fernandina Beach on Friday, Oct. 26, for a 7:30 p.m. show. And local piano teacher Katie Rewa and her award-winning violinist and singer-songwriter daughter Eden will open the show. Tim, who won first place at the prestigious International Fingerstyle Guitar Competition in 2008, has earned acclaim from respected music critics and pub lications, and his son, Myles, who picked up his first violin at age five, is quickly drawing attention for his fiddle work and songwrit ing skills. For Katie, who taught music at St. Michaels Academy for many years, family comes first, so the only thing that can top making music is making music with her children. Her daugh ter, Eden, an accomplished violinist with the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra, recently won a competition at the Gamble Rogers Festival in St. Augustine. The Thompsons first per formed in Fernandina Beach in 2007 for An Evening of Story & Song, the popular performance series hosted by Mark and Donna Paz Kaufman, which has now resumed at the couples new venue, Story & Song Bookstore Bistro. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $20 at the book store or by calling 601-2118. For more information, visit StoryandSongBookstore.com. rfntf SUBMITTED PHOTOS Left, Tim and Myles Thompson will play a show Friday at Story & Song Bookstore Bistro. Right, local piano techer Katie Rewa and her award-winning violinist daughter Eden will open the show. NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 16 10/23/18 9:51 AM

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The Plantation Artists for October is Lee Cohen of Fernandina Beach. The public is invited to a demonstration by Cohen at 7 p.m. tonight at the Gallery. His whimsical paintings include pencil, ink and watercolor. He likes to create a story with his images. The Gallery is located in the Omni Spa & Shops. For more information, visit artamelia.com or call 432-1750. The Amelia Island has gotten a ghoul ish makeover for October! The Ghouls & Goblets Tour will begin at the Museum and wind through the streets of Fernandina toward the old Episcopal Church and back. With two stops along the way for stories and spirits, your guide will tell haunted tales of times long past. The cost is $35 per person and includes four alcoholic beverages as well as snacks upon return to the Museum. You must be 21 and older. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Thea at 261-7378, ext. 105, or emailing thea@ ameliamuseum.org. This is a special seasonal tour and only available Thursday, Oct. 25 and Nov. 1. present, for the last time, Dr. at its 6 p.m. meeting Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Amelia Island Museum of History, located at 233 S. Third St. in Fernandina Beach. As writers gather to celebrate All Saints Day, group, will step down after five years of putting together more than 60 Writers by the Sea presentations so that she has more time for her writing. She recently spoke with two publishers who are interested the group in the hands of executive board members Marla McDaniels and Jimmy Weinsier. The Rocky Horror Show Playhouse for what has become our annual tribute! Since its premiere in London show has created a cult fol lowing of costume-wearing, dialogue-memorizing, and prop-bearing audiences! The current production features regular cast members as well as many new faces. This is the live production, complete with an 8 piece (bigger than ever) pit band! Performances are at the AMP in Fernandina Beach on Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 25-27, at 7 and 10 p.m. Tickets are $20. Prop bags are available for purchase at the door. Tickets are selling fast! Call 277-3455 or buy online at ameliamusicalplayhouse.com. Nassau County Sierra of the award-winning documen tary Death By Design: The Dirty Little Secret of Our Digital Addiction at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at the Fernandina Beach Branch Library. The film spans the globe to investigate the underbelly of the electronics industry. There is no charge for this event. Consumers love and live on their smart phones, tablets and laptops and depend on the cascade of new devices pouring endlessly into the market, promising even better communication, non-stop entertainment and mated that by 2020 four billion people will have a personal computer and five billion will own a mobile phone. Is there a tipping point between consum erism and sustainability? The IT revolution has some dark sides and Death By Design reveals the dirty secrets of these digital addictions. Cars and Conversation will meet 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 27, at Ocean Air Coating, 924 T. J. Courson Road in Fernandina Beach (across the street from Walmart and Nassau Health Food). The meeting is open to anyone who enjoys cars. Unique and legendary autos will be on dis play and owners will be avail able to answer questions. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the parking lot at Lowes in Yulee. Who can join? Any boy who is 11 years old or has finished the 5th grade to 17 is eligible, and no experi ence is necessary. Boy Scout Troop 152 is chartered by the Yulee Lions Club and normally meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Prospective members can try a mobile climbing tower free for anyone to try out and a view mock campsite that displays some of the things Scouts do. Parents and chil dren will have an opportunity and find out about the fun things Scouting has to offer. For further information, con tact Committee Chairwoman Pamela Anno at 583-3904. The Amelia Island host a special version of its Ghost Tour at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 and 27. Costumed storytellers will guide you through historic downtown Fernandina as you listen to strange stories and other-worldly happenings that have occurred here over the years. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and can purchased online, at the Museum or by bringing exact cash or check to your guide on the night of the tour. The Fernandina Flute Concert called Flutes for Troops at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at Memorial United Methodist Church in Fernandina Beach.The group, consisting of Susan Magg, Pegge Ealum, Holly Stewart, Sarah Flint, and Emily Flint, will perform a mix of flute music including Broadway favorites and classics from Bach, Mozart, and Joplin. An offering will be collected for local nonprofit that sends prelit miniature Christmas trees and care packages to service men and women stationed overseas during the holidays. To learn more, visit treesfora mericastroops.org. submissions through Nov. 1 from storytellers to participate in the upcoming Hope For The Holidays event set for Dec. 15-16 at Story & Song Bookstore Bistro. Stories should be between 5 and 9 minutes. Please email stories or questions to snichols@ liveinktheatre.com. Wallace Pierson Travel is which jointly acts as a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Nassau County Foundation, on Thursday, Nov. 1, at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island. The event is open to the public with a $15 per person admis sion being donated directly to the Boys and Girls Clubs. For more information and to RSVP, contact Wallace Pierson Travel at 261-5914 or ange@wallacepierson. com. Admission may be paid in advance for expedited entrance or paid at the door. discuss the formation of a Friends of the Yulee Branch Library will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the coun ty building at 86026 Pages Dairy Road West (next to Fire Station No. 30) in Yulee. Participants will also discuss the future of the library in light of the rapid growth happening in the area. Light refreshments will be served. For more infor mation, call 530-6561. Amelia Community End Days with performances at 8 p.m. November 2-3 and 8-10 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 4 at 209 Cedar St. in Fernandina Beach. As a troubled fam ily waits for the world to end one Wednesday, a teenager dressed as Elvis helps them accept each other and face the past, present, and future. The show is rated PG-13 for adult language and situations. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students through college and are available by calling 261-6749 or visiting AmeliaCommunityTheatre.org. The West Nassau its fundraiser Hobos, Hot Rods, and Heroes Festival on Saturday, autumn celebration is an allday event held in and around the historic 1881 Callahan Train Depot and adjoining 1856 Florida Railroad bed. The arts and crafts and food vendors will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The car show portion is a judged contest in several categories and is pre Center, Callahan Cruisers, and AB&B Auto Parts. It is sched uled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 10 a.m. with a bouncy house and youth-oriented games. For information on becoming a vendor, car show participant, volunteer, or sponsor visit www.wnhsfl.org or call festival co-chairs John Hendricks or Emily Baumgartner at 8793406. Joel Pace Music students will hold a hands-on instru ments session on the front platform of the 137-year old station. The Historical Society will honor veterans at 11 a.m. Local live entertain ment will perform from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tours of the history museum, 1881 depot, tur pentine artifact exhibit, and 1940s-era caboose will also be conducted. Inside the train depot museum the Historical Society will host a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit called Crossroads: Change in Rural America. The national display will be augmented with local quilters showing their works inside the depot annex along with the Historical model train layout. Sponsors and volunteers are needed. For information visit www. wnhsfl.org or call festival cochairs John Hendricks or Emily Baumgartner at 879-3406. The 19th annual Community Fall Festival is set for Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on North Sixth Street in downtown Fernandina Beach. Families can enjoy games, bounce houses, music, face painting, free lunch and more. There will also be a special area for toddlers. Enjoy the fall weather with your friends and neigh bors at this free event. The Fall Festival is a gift to the com munity from Memorial United Methodist Church and First Presbyterian Church. For more information, visit mumconline.com or call 2615769. The Rotary Club of Fernandina Beach has announced a reformatted Taste of Amelia for 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, in down town Fernandina Beach. The Culinary Crawl event takes participants right to the res tasting, makes the experience more interactive, and benefits fund for Nassau County public school seniors. Participating restaurants to date are Arte Pizza, Espana, Fantastic Fudge, Florida House, 29 South, Pi Pizza, Nana Amelia Tavern, The Marina, The Crab Trap, The Patio Place Bistro, Green Turtle, The Palace Saloon, The Coffee, The Picnic Basket, Pozzi Coffee and Wine Bar, Others are being added daily. To purchase tickets, visit http:// bit.ly/2CR7j8X. Wrist bands for the event will be picked up in the pocket park on Centre Street. Watch for the signs all over town to guide participants to the tast ing venues. Christmas carols is being offered by the Nassau County School Adult Education Department and will run 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Thursdays from Nov. 8 to Dec. 20 (no class Thanksgiving week). The class will be held in the Team Center at the Nassau County building at 1201 Atlantic Ave. in Fernandina Beach. The class limit is six and the cost is $80 for instruction and materials. Call Michelle at 650-823-1767 to register or for information. The Nassau County be closed Monday, Nov. 12, in observance of Veterans Day. The book drops will convenience. The Nassau Community Band has announced the season. fall 2018 schedule includes the following dates: Oct. 27, St. Michael Catholic Church Trunk or Treat and Fall Festival, 6 p.m. Nov. 24, Fernandina Beach Christmas tree lighting Dec. 6, Savannah Grand Christmas concert Dec. 9, Dickens on Centre Christmas concert Led by Dr. Marc Dickman, the band meets 6:30-7:30 p.m. every Thursday in the Yulee Middle School, located at 85439 Miner Road in Yulee and is currently auditioning for woodwind, brass, and per cussion members. For more information, email nassaucom munityband.fl@gmail.com or visit nassaucommunityband. wixsite.com/ncbsite. The latest Nouveau Art at the Island Art Association Gallery. The judge was Mike Oyenarte, a retired art instructor, high school, com munity college and University of Florida adjunct with 45 years of experience painting in watercolor, mixed media and acrylic. The Gallery is located at 18 N. Second St. in Fernandina Beach. For more information, visit islandart.org. at The Green Turtle Tavern and Cost is $20 per canvas with several designs from which to choose. Supplies are provided. The Green Turtle Tavern, 14 S. Third St., 5-7 p.m. Nov. 6 and 20, and Dec. 4 and 18. Garden, 12 S. Second St., 1-4:30 p.m. Nov. 8, and Dec. 6 and 20. Ballroom On Amelia with Rumba at 7 p.m. followed by Salsa at 8 p.m. Tuesday classes are $10 per person or both for $15. A dance workshop is offered 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays for $10 per person. Ballroom On Amelia is at 1897 Island Walkway at RAD Studios. Neither a partner nor a reser vation is required. The usual Friday night dance parties are on hold while Ballroom with Amelia partners with Crescendo Amelia for the Kraft Dance Series, which is held the second Friday each month through October. For information, call 6240886 or visit ballroomoname lia.com or the Ballroom on Amelia Facebook page. r r f f f ffntbnt rntbnt WAR MOVIES ACROSS guitarist 6. Pep rally syllable 9. Third H in 4-H, sing. 13. Conversation starter 14. Victorian period, e.g. 15. Dugout glider 17. Winter condition 19. *1970 biopic, winner of 7 Academy Awards 21. *Story of 1940 evacuation 23. Station wagon/ off-road vehicle, acr. 24. Aware of 25. Busy airport 28. *...How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the ____ The Sense of an ____ 35. Double reed woodwind 37. Cleanse 39. Rope-making plant fiber 40. Traditional learn ing method 41. Willow twig 43. Choir voice 44. Sacred, in Italian 46. ____ and hearty Ran based on this Shakespearean king 48. Ethanol, a.k.a. ____ alcohol, pl. 50. Russian autocrat name 53. Penny-farthing, e.g. 55. Variable, abbr. 57. *All Quiet on the ____ Front 64. Binary digits code 67. Master of cer emonies 69. Sudden growth 70. Canal locale 71. Unbroken part 73. Heavy-duty cleanser 74. You shall, con traction DOWN 1. Be quiet! 2. Lambeau Field jump 3. Fantastic Four actress 4. Buttonholes, e.g. 5. Small pool 6. Bit attachment 7. ___ de Triomphe 8. Father of the String Quartet 10. Those against 11. Kind of film 12. 52 cards 15. Rules 20. Convex molding 22. Beehive State native 24. Render unnec essary 25. *Joey was a War ____ 26. *U-571 vessel 27. Mess up 29. *It lead to a popular wartime comedy series 31. Call, in the olden days 32. Keys 33. Birth-related 34. *Story of first African-American regiment 36. Inspiring fear 38. Aquatic snakes 42. Ransack or plunder 45. Even though 49. *____ Richard Attenborough of The Great Escape 51. Make less dense 54. Rest on patellas 56. Young Montague 57. Done in loads 58. ESPN award 59. Gulf War missile 60. Michelin product 61. *From where to eternity? 62. Light beige 63. *Lone Survivor, e.g. 66. Path 68. Building exten sion SUBMITTED The Picnic Basket will host an all-day fundraising event that will include breakfast, lunch and a late-afternoon wine tasting to benefit the Nassau County Council on Aging on Thursday, Oct. 25. Total sales for the day will be matched by the Joseph and Drenda Vijuk Foundation. The wine tasting will take place between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. and will feature a fine selection of wines that will be paired with hearty fall dish es. Appetizers will be prepared by Miss Stephanie. The cost of the event is $5, which can be applied to the purchase of any wine. The Picnic Basket is located at 503A Centre St. in Fernandina Beach. NL 6 col. Wed. 10.24indd.indd 17 10/23/18 10:42 AM

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