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Qgtirs handily wins

district 2 county seat

Democrat Mark Wiggins garnered an 80 percent share of the local vote
in Tuesday's General Election, handily winning the county commission
district 2 seat.
Republican challenger Louis "Sonny" Parker pulled in 18 percent of the
votes, with a total of 168 in his favor.
According to the unofficial results released by the Supervisor of
Elections Office, Wiggins had at total of .762 votes, with 541 at the polls,
96 absentee and 125 votes from the early voting drive.
Parker brought in 110 votes at the polls, 34 absentee votes and 24
"early" votes.


Voters reject


local tax referendum


Taylor County voters rejected a
local referendum in Tuesday's
election which would have
reauthorized the county
commission to grant tax
exemptions to new or expanding
:businesses for an additional 10


years, according to unofficial
election results.
With all precincts with the
exception of Salem reporting in,
50.56 percent of voters had voted
against the referendum. Those
voting for the measure accounted,


for 43.84 percent of the vote.
In all, 5,312 residents voted on
the issue with 2,845 against (1,889
from the polls, 544 absentee and
412 in early voting) and 2,467
(1,692 from the polls, 395 absentee
and 380 in early voting) in support


of the referendum.
Countywide, results showed a
44.91 percent voter turnout for the
election with all but 315 voting on
the referendum.
The Salem precinct has 164
registered voters and the addition


of those votes would not be enough
to change the outcome, according
to election officials.
Residents approved a
referendum- in 1996 to give the
county commission the ability to
offer such tax exception to


businesses, but the authorization:
sunsets this year.
Representatives from the Taylor
County Development Authority
and Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce campaigned for the -
measure in advance of the election.


November 8, 200.6 :




Forum .


HUNTING


4 sqwt nwnt ^l 06^


Public hearing 'continued' to Nov. 20


Decision


Those expecting a decision b.t
the Ta lor County Commissidln
Monda nighi on two proposed
comprehensive plan amendments
fOT"-" -,tE" Ta lo'tr Energ. "Centefr
iTEC) \ill ha\ e to wait until Nov.
20.
That's after the commission
agreed in a 4-0 vote to continue the
public hearings on the
amendments to allow time for the
power consortium behind TEC to
make changes to the language of
one of the applications which
would gi\e the commission a voice
in anm additional pow er plants that
nmght be built at the location.
The public hearings drew a large
crowd which filled the commission
meeting room and spilled out into
the hallwaN. drawing complaints
from several of those wh6 could
not find seats in the meeting room.
The commission's regular
meeting began early,. at 4:30 p.m,,
to accommodate the expected large
numbers of people wishing to.


speak on the issues.
The first amendment is an
application by TEC Project
Manager Mike Law son, as agent
.fori' the Jackson\ille Eletric-
Authority, the Florida Municipal


Power AgencN. Reedy Creek
Improvement District and the City
of Tallahassee, to add two new
land-use categories to the comp
plan: Electric Power Generating
Facility-1 (EPGF-1) which
accommodates simple cycle and
natural gas combined-cycle power


delayed


plants with less than 5 ) employees
and Electric Po\%er Generatinc
Facility-2 IEPGF-.i. % which
accommodates sold fuel, pow er
plants 6o Tore than 50 empli.,ees.
The second proposed


amendment is an application, also
by Lawson (but this time as agent
for Buckeye Florida, L.P., and
Foley Timber and Land Company),
to amend the Future.Land Use Plan
Map changing the land use
category for 2,996 acres from
Agriculture-1 (AG-1) and


Agriculmire-2 AG-2 t, EPGF-2
The unlities behind ihe proposed
Sli)-me-gaj.att coal-fired po%%er
plant signed a letter of intent to
purchase thef 'lfidih September of
2005.
The Taylor County Planning
Board voted to recommend to the
commission that they approve the
amendments Thursday night with
5-2 and 6-1 votes respectively.'
Before the first public hearing
began Monday, Commission
Chairman Daryll Gunter,
announced that those wishing to
speak on the amendment would
need to sign up. He later added that
the commission would hear
testimony on the applications
separately so a second sign-up
form was added.
At, the start of the hearing,
Commissioner Jack Brown asked
to speak.
"I'm concerned that we're
,-* Please see page 3


Bank robber ges 20-year sentence


A man found guilty' of "masked
robbery" of the Tree Capital Credit
Union iTCCUL last year, was
sentenced to 20 years in prison by
Judge James "Roy" Bean Friday,
Not. 3.
Neal Cle\ eland Dubose, 39, was
convicted of walking into the
bankingin-stitution wearing a mask
and glo\ es. and demanding a teller
to "give me )our money." Dubose
then fled from the bank to an


awaiting car, driving by Quincy J.
Baker, 23.
"We had both suspects in jail
within two hours," said Parker,
"solely due to the assistance from
customers and community
members who pitched in to help
officers from PPD, Taylor County
Sheriffs Office and FWC K-9
Officer "Cricket" Bailey and
canine officer "Buddy."-
"It was a quick response and


everyone involved should be
proud," he added.
Dubose also was ordered to pay
a $5,000 fine; $950 in public.
defender fees; and give a DNA
sample.
Assistant. State Attorney Dave
Phelps said the stiff sentence was,
in part, because Dubose was a
prison release (reoffender).


Dubose had been out of prison for
robbery for less than a year when
the crime occurred.
Phelps said Dubose would
receive no gain time for the first 15
years of his sentence, "so he'll
probably serve at least 19 years
before he is released."
For his part in the robbery, Baker
received a three-year sentence.


Fires claim homes


Thursday, Saturday

Two major fires completely destroyed homes Thursday and Saturday,
one just outside the county limits, on the Mt. Gilead Road in Madison
County,
According to officials at Taylor County Fire Rescue, smoke was
reported in the Springhill Road area, near Hwy. 27. When firefighters
arri ed, they found a home, "which had apparently been on fire for a
while," almost burned to the ground.,
Lt. Chad Arrendale, firefighters Kyle Gibbs, Jake Prosser and
volunteers fought the blaze, along with city firefighters Lt. Clyde Terry, R.
B. Lee and Elton Carroway, "but it was too far gone."
The State Fire Marshal's office was called to the scene and took over the
in estugation into the cause ofthe blaze..
Donations for the family are currently being accepted at Jack & Jill Day
Care. The structure was home to Kevin and Lanese Wilkinson, along with
their two sons, ages seven and two.
On Saturday. a fire was reported-near Shady Grove, but when
firefighters arrived on the scene, they were met by the Madison County
Fire Department. Together, the two departments fought the house fire.
It was reported that the Madison County fire was started by a
malfunctioning clothes dryer. Firefighters/EMTs David James, Justin
Duggan and Shady Grove Volunteers Gary and Norma Holden worked the
blaze.


-..Clay Bethea -

.Bethea




denied



a vote.

Commissioner Clay Bethea-
would have been the deciding vote
during Monday night's public .
hearing in %which a proposed
comprehensive plan amendment-
sponsored bk the Taylor Energy
Center iTEC) failed in a 2-2 vote-,-
but he was forced to abstain froff"
voting due to his employmentwimtl-
Buckeye, Florida. .-----.
MNiouons that end with a tie fail.".
Buckeye, along w ith Foley Timber:
and Land, is in talks to sell some
3,000 acres to the power utilities:
behind TEC. The group signed ..a-.
letter of intent to purchase -the-.:..
properti'-located east of the- "
Buckeye plant adjacent to Hwy.-'
27--in September of 2005.
Following almost two hours of _
testimony from members of the
public on the amendment
,application which would have:
created two new new land use
categories for power generating.-'
facilities, a motion was made by.
Commissioner Malcolm Page io:-
approve it. Commission Chairman -
passed the gavel to Bethea (who.
serves as vice chairman) to seccoliF
the motion.
It was then that Bethea asked
County Attorney Conrad Bishop -
vwhat his position was on the
matter.
"It's my opinion that you should
abstain from this, state your reason, -
for the abstention and then you'-
should file the proper documents,, .
within 15 days," Bishop said.
"I will tell you this," he said. ",I
called the Commission on Ethics.'*' -
today, asked the question and .
spoke with Mr. Chris Anderson.
That's my opinion .and as I...
understand it, you need to make a:.
publication of what your conflict.-
is."
"Through several hours today
Conrad and I have discussions-andid ;
I also called the Commission on
Ethics," Bethea said.
"I work and am employed by::,
Buckeye Technologies which is' :i
"* Please see page 3


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Parker beats Schwab

for commission seat

Democrat Rudolph Parker won the county 'commissioner district 4
seat in Tuesday's General Election, beating out Republican Richard
Schwab.
Parker garnered 52 percent of the votes in district 4, bringing in 489 at
the polls, 162 absentee and 99 "early" votes for a total of 750.
Schwab trailed with 48 percent of the votes, getting 465 votes at the
polls, 125 absentee and 102 "early" votes for a total of 692.
Parker will succeed Commissioner Jack Brown, who withdrew from the
race and has since been hired at county administrator.
Elections officials are expected to certify the results later this week.


Rudolph Parker












Editorial


A-2 Taco Times November 8,200:..


saw a-- TCHS football team helps


\ players to build character


Dear Editor:,
Character: A word seemingly
absent from the modern
description of teen boys, but
character is what I believe is being
built in the lives of the young men
on the Taylor County High School
Football Team. Three cheers for a
coach who values the worth of his
players over the end of season
championship. The building of a
football program requires
sacrifice, perhaps even to the point
of having a few losing seasons
before you see .the team come
together and produce a season of
victories on the scoreboard. It is
the victories in the lives of the
A young men on the team that make
the process worthwhile.
When young men enter a church


fellowship hall in an orderly and
mannerly fashion, they say yes
ma'am and no ma'am, thank you
and please, they are aware that
ladies go first, and they respect the
leadership of the coaching staff,
then you realize that the sacrifice
this coach is willing to make to see
the lives of this team positively
affected.
After all, 10 years from now,
when each of these young men is
working, no one will ask how
many games their high school.
team won or lost. Someone will
notice how courteous and.
respectful he is though. They will
notice that the employee can
actually complete a project that is
put before him and his work ethic
is one of endurance and


responsibility. They will notice the
education level of the young man
and what it brings to:the company:.'
These are. the attributes that are
built not by scoreboard totals but
by men who are tiling to take the
hard road, hae ..a call to
excellence, and an expectation of
character in his team,.
Congratulations to the Taylor,,i
County Bulldogs for the .
impression you are making for this
community on the field, and most .
of all, off the field. Nothing truly.
great in life comes easy, I'm so
proud to cheer for a team coached
by a man of character and
determination. Keep up the good.
work! Go Dawgs!L..; .
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship, .
Tom Bowden


Midweek Muddle


Direct deposit


Letters to the Editor ..


Mayor than
Dear Editor:
The city council, on behalf of a] I
the citizens of Pernr. express their
appreciation and gratitude 1to the
count\ conunission, Counts Fire
Chief Miller, and County
Administrator Buddy Humphries
o. f.the generous loan of a set of
'Jaws of Life" equipment and
Straining for the city .fire


ed race c
Dear Editor:
On Friday Oct: 27, 2006. we
field our annual Florida Forest
Festival Bed Race. Our
community pulled together once
4gaih to show what a success we
Sre.
There is absolutely no .way we
eould have pulled off our bed race_
his year without the help of so
?any. A very special thank you to
bur sponsor this year, Extreme
RPM. without our sponsors each,
rear events like this one are
Impossible. Also Keith Walker,
well, what can you say about our
(ok n's best emcee, other than
thank you.
I would also like to thank the
#nany others who pulled together
tor the night and in some cases the'
.ouple of weeks prior: Rick Olcott,
FeeBee from Photos and Frames.
Walter Cox from Radio Shack,;
'inda Carter, Darlene Floyd, Laura
VanBlairicum, Wayne Bennett,


ks county for 'Jaws of Life'


department's continuing use.
This will improve the response
time and very possibly sa'e lives
during the "golden hour" after
someone is inilitally injured and
trapped. Hal ing "Jaws of Life"
stationed at more than one location
will be a tremendous elevation of
rescue ability for everyone living
within and visitorss to Taylor


County.
Thanks again to everyone
involved in this process as we
continue to work together to make
Taylor County an even better place
to live and work.
Sincerely,
Emily Weed-Ketring,
Mayor


hair applauds volunteers


Bro. Cricket Watson, Vern Clark
arid Lisa: Williams our official
referee. To all of our local
companies that entered in the race:
.Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship
Red. Crosspoint Baptist
Fellowship White, 'Wal-Mart,
Pepsi Bottling Compan%.
AMVETS Post 20-JROTC, and
Taylor Elite. To Ms. Florida-
Alison, Jr. Miss Jennifer, our Lil'
King, and Queen, Mr. & Mrs.
Tourist, and. Mark Viola (FFF
Chairperson) thank you for being
there and supporting our
community. There were so many
things to be done for this event arid
everyone mentioned above went
above and beyond their call of
duty. There is no way we could
have had a. bed race, this year
without all of our dedicated
sponsors, workers, .pushers and
riders. Thank you all from the
bottom of my heart; I want you
each tod know how special you


make me feel by just being a part
of our wonderful community.
A special thank you to all the
participants of the bake-off. The
judges are still bragging on the
sweets. Also, thank you to
everyone who came out to enjoy
the fun.
Thank you,

Developers


in contest?
Dear Editor:
There seems to be a contest
between the Magnolia Bay
developers and TEC to see who
can give the most incentives to
Taylor County.
They both seem to think their
projects are a done deal, even
though neither has been approved
with the legal permits yet.
Magnolia Bay and Dr. Pruitt want
to dredge out the grass flats in the'
area that has had the best
scalloping for years. I don't see
how the state or federal agencies
can allow this. Dr. Pruitt has said
he has invested three million
dollars in his project already. He
should read the history about the
1920's land bust & boom in
Florida. People lost a lot more than
that. Today there are. hundreds of
unsold condos in St. Petersburg
and Clearwater Beach. What
makes Dr. Pruitt think someone
would pay a half-million for one in
Taylor County? Oh, I forgot they
are going to four-lane the road to
Keaton Beach so everyone can get
down to the hotdog stand. I heard
it's for sale for 2 million. Better
snap it up Dr. Pruitt.
The Taylor Energy Center is
going to need billions of gallons of
water to operate. Buckeye has
already sunk deep water wells all
over San Pedro Bay and turned it
into a desert. The Suwanee water
management should investigate
where TEC plans to get this much
water. There are no deep rivers on
that side of Taylor County and
anymore wells would pull water
.from Dixie and Lafayette counties
** Please see page 3


in memory of my mother, I try to save 39
cents every chance I get. :
I may put a stamp on the power bill and
the cell phone bill, but I personally deliver
payments to the cable and phone
companies. I figure it costs less than 39
cents for me to walk or drive there, so I save
my: stamps for more entertaining
correspondence.
She would be proud.
On.Thursday of last week, I had delivered
all payments by mail and was left with one
lone payment due to Comcast cable.
After a day which extended into the night at
the newspaper office, I headed home by way
of the Comcast office which was already
closed. I dropped my payment in the
overnight box, which I often do, and
lamented the early darkness which comes
when the time changes each October.
It was too dark to walk with the dog when
I got home. Yet, I was 30 minutes away from
a 7 p.m. meeting, and I called the daughter
to get a report on her day as a teacher.
Then I brushed my teeth and proceeded to
look as presentable as I could after 12 hours
with the same hair and make-up.
I reached for my purse and saw a curious
sight: the Conicast bill right beside it.
The house was quiet, like the Twilight
Zone.
"I just took that," I said to nobody.
I looked around, as if leftover haunts from
Halloween had seeped into the house
through the cracks in the windows and
doors, and were toying with my mental
stability.
What was going On?
Then I made the.most horrible realization:
I had dropped my paycheck in the Comcast
drop box, and brought the company's bill
home with me.
"Oh no, oh no," I said, wanting to sit in
sackcloth and ashes; and rend my clothing.
"What am I going to do?":
In such situations, I react instead of
thinking. The husband does the opposite. If
he had been home, he would have stopped
me from rending my clothing.
But I was already rending the phone book
and dialing every number listed for the cable
company.
"We are sorry," the recording said, "but
because of the heavy volume of calls since
5:45 p.m., we,are unable to answer your call
at this time. You may experience a lengthy
wait, and may wish to call again at a more
convenient time for you...."
I just screamed at the recording. 'My
check...my check....I'm not calling about t.v.
reception. You have my check...."
But the pre-recorded message on the
phone line continued with its clatter,
unaware of my personal anguish.
I hung up. I called again. I called another
number in the book. And suddenly I was
glad the husband wasn't home to watch this.
He would have just said, "There's nothing
you can do about it until they open for
business tomorrow morning."
But I would not be denied. My creative
side, which occasionally serves me well, took
me through a listing of options.
I could call 911.
I could call the police department.
I could go down to the cable office and
stick my arm through the slot for after-
hours payments, and since my arm isn't too
large, I could probably get my envelope. It


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN-'.

was mostly likely the last payment. It-might -
be on its vertical side. It was worth a try.
After I went through that entire scenario-im.!
my head, I envisioned myself with my arm."
stuck in the after-hours payment slot '
through 46 degrees of coldness until 8 a.m.,--
as my cell phone languished on the
pavement just out of the other arm's"-
reach.
Or at the hospital requiring stitches-fromi:-
having stuck my arm in the night slot. ,
"1 can't do a thing," I realized, 15"m1_n11.
after he would have. -
So I went out to dinner with friends. -- -
Didn't tell a soul until I later-confessed-if-
to the husband and son.
They always look at me curiously and this
night was no exception. .-=
"You did not," the husband said.
"Why did you do that?" the son asked, as-if-
there was a logical answer to his question.
I began calling the cable office at-7:30Qa.m,--
the next day and the same man was-41ter&,'-
repeating his message. I screamed at him,.
again.
Finally, another recorded voice appeared'
about 8:10 a.m. and I conveyed with-all:
anxiousness, my dilemma and need_-or-
assistance. I'm awaiting your call," --1-aid$-4
which is about as polite as I couldbeunder-(
the circumstances.
Ten minutes later, I called back, and there-
was light laughter on the receiing- end.-6f
the phone line. "Yes ma'am," we got your:
message, the female voice kindly
acknowledged. "And we have-.-your-
paycheck," she added, still laughing. "Are-
you at work?"
"No," I said, indicating that the husband
could be trusted with the check.
"We'll take it over there now," she said. -
"You don't have to take it over there;'I'm
on my way," I said.
"No," she said, "one of us is leaving:right-
now and we'll run it by the office on our.way.a
out."
I'm going to have to remember-their--
kindness the next time I can't get the season-.
premiere of Desperate Housewives -because-
of poor t.v. reception. What a burden this
could be.
I thought, the husband might exercise-
some discretion in this matterer, but when.1.
called the office later that same morning, I -
was again met with light laughter. -
"Wve heard about your paycheck," said-one,
and a chorus of laughter erupted in -the--
newsroom.
"We're having a good time with it," the
husband said, and I didn't doubt it one bit.
I'm always happy to brighten someone's
day, and apparently I did.
I am left, of course, with how to proceed in
the future. Mother would say a penny saved.-
is a penny earned. But what would Mother
say about dropping my paycheck in-an.after-..
hours payment receptacle?
"You should be more careful."
Which means I can't mail it either, and risk_
the postal service losing it or trampling
upon it.
I guess I'll just ask them to drop-by the
office every month before the 10th and pick
up my payment. That will save me 39 cents
and a lot of heartache.
Who says I'm not a logical thinker?
I that doesn't work, I'll call 911. Or the -
police department.
I've always got options.


Taco VTimIes

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A-3 Taco Times November 8, 2006


Land use change fails with tie vote.


DELAYED
Continued from page 1


looking at having a public hearing
right now to change all of the land.
We're talking about one power
plant," Brown said.
He then made a motion to table
this issue until the TEC
representatives brought a site plan
so only the land they needed for
the plant would be included in the
land change. .
"If that passes and the power
group wants to bring in an
additional power plant they would
have to come back to the process. I
think that it is prudent and I think it
allows' future boards of county
commissioners to help shape the
community," Brown added.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
seconded the motion.
"I cannot support more than one
power plant," Patterson said.
"I'm not saying I don't support
more than one,"" Brown said.
The measure passed in a 3-2
vote, with Gunter and
Commissioner Clay Bethea voting
against.
The commission had just begun
the hearing for the second
application when discussions
began on whether Brown's motion


was more relevant to the second
application rather than the first.
Commissioner Malcolm Page
made a motion to reconsider the
first motion to table. After
checking the commission's policy,
it was decided that a commissioner
on the prevailing side of a vote can
ask to reconsider a motion.
After rescinding their action on
the second application, Bethea
seconded Page's motion to
reconsider the decision to table the
hearing. The measure passed 4-1
with Patterson voting against.
This allowed the first public
hearing to begin again and those in
attendance to speak. Gunter
announced the rules for those
speaking, with each speaker given
three minutes which could not be
shared or transferred. A light
system was also used to alert
people when their time was up.
In all, 32 people spoke on the
amendment, the overwhelming
majority of whom were against the
power plant. A number of people,
including several from TEC,
deferred their comments until the
second amendment. I
"Taylor Energy iCenter didn't
initially plan to prop se a new land
use category,"' TEC Attorney
Carolyn Raepple said. "But the


Bethea voices support for power plant


BETHEA
Continued from page 1
potentially selling part of the
property to the power
consortium.
"I will tell you that whenever
this was mentioned years ago--and
I add an 's' to that year--I actually
s* tarted off talking with Mike
-Lawson.
"'The day I was elected, my
-comtpany removed me from all
discussions .and talks from that.
:The Commission on Ethics, the
person I talked & iih. said that
probablyi doesn't even sufdce
m here.
4- :"I am very disappointed,"


Bethea added. "Even though I
don't think there is any monetary
value because this is a legal matter
for setting policy throughout the
county, I will abstain from the vote
because I cannot put my family at
risk.,
"I think it's pretty chincy of
certain folks, probably I shouldn't
say that."
Bethea's comment drew
murmurs from the crowds and
Bethea-bangedl the gavel, stating,
"inm speaking right now.
"I must abstain, but to my fellow
commissioners, this is not a choice
t'd' 'i'to 'nakemhnd I d&n'i tn'-Ake it'
lighitl and I will let you know I
. supportt this."


Bethea continuing speaking for
the amendments and when asked
later, he stated that the opinion he
received said he could participate
in the discussions, but could not
vote.
The resulting vote was 2-2, with
Page and Gunter voting yes;
Commissioners Jack Brown and
Pat Patterson voted against..,
The public hearing.' was
later continued until Monday,
Nov. 20.
When asked by Bethea whether
a final decision from the
Commission on Ethics could be
reached 'on heather r he cold' ore
before that meeting, Bishop said it
was possible.


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Bethea, Malcolm Page, Jack
Brown and Pat Patterson."
"I want my children -to come
home, but not to a town with a
pulverized coal plant," Taylor
County resident Diane Whitfield
said.
Following the last speaker,
Gunter called for a break.
After the break, Page made a
motion to approve the application.
Gunter passed the gavel to Bethea-
-who serves as vice chairman--and
seconded the motion.
Bethea then announced he
would have to abstain from voting
due to his employment with
Buckeye (see related story).
"I cannot support this item,"
Patterson said. "I am concerned
about more than one power'plant."
"I'm not concerned about more
than one power plant," Brown said.


"I am concerned about future
boards retaining home rule.
"I support the power plant," he
said.
The measure failed- with a 2-2
vote (tied votes fail). Page and
Gunter voted yes; Brown and
Patterson voted no.
Brown then said if the
application was changed to give
the commission a say every time a
power plant was proposed, he
would consider returning to the
issue.
"Can they change it?" Gunter
asked.
Bishop, as well as lawyers for
TEC and those representing the
coal plant opponents, talked for
several minutes before he
recommended the commission
continue the hearing at a later date.
The applicant (TEC) could then


county, the Department of
Community Affairs (DCA) and the
North Florida Regional Planning
Council looked at it differently.
They suggested coming in with a
new land-use category."
"I think the economic benefits
will outweigh any negatives,"
Taylor County resident Gil
Williams said.
"The Taylor County
Development Authority thinks it is
prudent to pass this land use
change," Taylor County Economic
Developer Rick Breer said.
"It looks like this is a hurry-up
offense," Steinhatchee resident Jim
Zurbrick said. "This should have
been a referendum issue."
"If the applicant consulted with
the DCA (on the application), then
someone at DCA should be fired,"
audience member and attorney
John Ryan said.
"It is inappropriate for you to
promote this type of technology,"
said Steven Smith from Knoxville,
Tenn.
"You have not studied this
issue," Taylor County resident
Gale Dickert said. 'You don't
understand'
"When .the children get sick, the
parents will think of you. The-, will
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Raepple stated they could add
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to be advertised. Danny Griner
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(ere Helen Purvis of Tallahassee and '' '
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Blorida Federation of Garden Clubs. .
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Bulldogs end season with 49-0 win


The Taylor County Bulldogs
completed a disappointing season
wit-hi an impressive 49-0
Homecoming victory over
Jefferson County Friday night in
Dorsett Stadium.
The Bulldogs (3-7) dominated
the visiting Tigers (4-6) in every
phase of the game, jumping out to
a 27-0 halftime lead, scoring on
offense and defense before
finishing off a struggling Jefferson
County squad with a "mercy-rule"
running clock in the second half.
The Bulldogs never punted and
never attempted a field goal,
scoring on every drive that did not
end with a turnover. Despite
fumbling six times (losing three)
and throwing one interception for
a total of four turnovers, the
Bulldogs turned in their best
offensive and defensive
performances of the, season to
finish off the year with two
straight wins.
It was the Bulldogs' first shut-
out in more than five years and the
first time the Tigers were held
scoreless this season. Even though
Jefferson County was down to
only 17 players and without their
best player, QB Jonathan Dady,
(who was ejected from the game
the week before) Taylor County's
domination was remarkable.
The Bulldogs amassed a totil
374 yards (266 yards and five
touchdowns rushing) and ran all
over the Tigers in the first half
(218 rushing yards). Meanwhile
the Taylor County defense forced
six fumbles, recovered three and
picked off four passes for a total of
seven turnovers.
Taylor's defense also held
Jefferson County to minus-17
yards rushing in the first half, and
minus-11l yards rushing for the
entire game. Jefferson managed
only 68 yards of offense (79.
passing, -11 rushing) and only
four first downs.
Bulldogs' runningback
Bryckoski Jackson finished with a
season high 140 yards and two
TDs on 23 carries behind the
excellent blocking of his offensive
line in addition to adding his
longest pass reception of the year
(a 42-yard screen pass). Senior QB
Marquis Ellis completed all four
of his passes (although one was to
the wrong team) to .finish with
108 yards'and one TD to go with
: 4 carries for 33 yards and another
touchdown.
: Greg Sneed had five carries for.
29 yards and a rouchdom n and
. reeled in a 35-yard catch in
addition to playing stellar defense
and making one of the Bulldogs'
- four interceptions.
Georgie Armstrong finished off
Shis senior season, in outstanding
fashion, catching a seven-yard TD
pass, making a big interception
and returning it 32 yards to go
-with a four-yard run.
Before leaving the game with an
S.injury Quentin Tucker had two
i* carries for 23 yards and scored on a
seven-yard run. Jarvis McGrew



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15 First Downs 4
46/266 Rushes/Yards 20/-11
4/5/1 Comp/Passing/Int. 7/19/4
108 Pass Yards 79
374 Total Offense 68
49 Return Yards 151
.0/0 Punts/Avg. 4/22.8
6/3 Fumbles/Lost 6/8
9/65 Penalties/Yards 9/85


continued his late-season surge by
carrying twice for 18 yards and
playing great defense.
Senior linemen Drew
Southerlan'd -- wearing his dad's
#50 jersey for his final 'varsity
game -- and Adam Cook were the
leaders of a superb game in the
trenches, as the Bulldogs'
offensive line manhandled the
Tigers on the way to 266 rushing
yards and five touchdowns on the
ground, as well as sacking
Jefferson quarterbacks four times
for minus-42 yards.
On the final play of the third
quarter Southerland shot through
the line with the Tigers backed up
at their own five-yard line and
recovered a fumbled, snap in the
endzone for a touchdown to give
the Bulldogs their final score.
Senior linebacker/offensive
lineman Jake Meacham continued
to be a big part of Taylor's
success, opening big holes on
offense and making big tackles on
defense to go along with a first-
quarter interception. Kendall
Thompson and senior Joseph
Proenza even got into the scoring
action', as Th,'impon rfi'fl ''bach
snap on an extra point attempt
into a two-point conversion pass
to Proenza.
Sophomore L.J. Blount made an
impact on both sides of the ball,
picking off a pass late in the game
and catching a 24-yard pass.
It was a great end to an
otherwise sub-par season for the
Bulldogs who won their final two
games this year after going 4-6
and.making the play-offs last year
before losing to Pensacola.
Caiholic.
Ta) lor kicked off the contest
with a seven-play, 75-yard scoring
drive that took just over two-
minutes. The Bulldogs,asserted
their dominance in:'the trenches
early, running on all seven plays
as Ellis pitched to Sneed on the
option and handed off to Jackson
up the gut for big,gains before
keeping the ball himself for a 25-
yard option keeper. After Jackson


.bulled his way up the middle for
two on 1st and goal from the 9,
Tucker benefited on the next play
as the defense collapsed on the big
halfback and Ellis quick pitched to
Tucker in motion for an easy
touchdown run around the left
side.
Ty Crowley missed the extra
point kick to keep the score at 6-
0.
Southerland showed he was
going to be a fore .all nighr.
making a 13-yard ..,,lo *,ack ,on
first down before Meaclam ended
the drive five plays laier v. h .an
interception.
Jackson and Sn:-.dL hadJ it
Bulldogs' rushing aiii.ck rolling
down inside the Tiger 31.-'. arJ ine.
but Ellis had his firsi pi-.s m-impi
'of the night pickedof It in ihe
endzone trying to sc'or, on a p.J-s
to Sneed.
Jarquis Ellis broke up ad pN., and
the Bulldog defense *,ufkfd .1 piIch
for a five-yard loss to force a punt
However, the Bulld,,Lg- ga-%ie ihc
ball back -- after Jacl:son picked
up 20 yards on three c.arrics -- a.
Tucker fumbled aficr ., long Ir,-
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Armstrong got the, ball back lor
the offense with a fumble recovery


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10, at 7 p.m. at the Perry Elks
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cheerleaders eat free.,
Tickets may be purchased from
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caused by Jarquis Ellis three plays
later.
Jackson quickly broke a 40-yard
run and McGrew gave him a
breather with a 16-yard carry.
Proenza took a pitch for four yards
and Jackson finished the drive off
with a two-yard TD run and a
three-yard two-point conversion
run to give the Bulldogs a 14-0
lead with 10:20 left in the second
quarter, 0
Taylor forced a punt, but
fumbled an option pitch before
Cory Sadler recovered a fumble. A
big 35-yard pass to Sneed set up
Jackson's .17-yard TD run
following Southerland and the
right side of the offensive line.
Crowley's kick gave the Bulldogs
a 2.1-0 lead midway through the
quarter.
Big defensive plays by Sneed
and Blount gave the ball back to
the offense for Taylor leading to,
another touchdown just before the
half. Runs by Jackson, Sneed and
McGrew set up a 24-yard pass to
Blount followed by a 13-yard TD
pass to Armstrong. Crowley's
kick was blocked and the Bulldogs


led 27-0 at the half.
Armstrong picked off a pass and
returned it 32 yards down to the
Tiger eight-yard line to start the
second half and Ellis ran in
untouched from seven yards out to
make the score 34-0 after
Crowley's kick.
Sreed broke up a pass to force
another Jefferson punt and Jackson
followed a nice block by Proenza
for a nine-yard gain. Tyler D'iBose
alertly jumped on a fumble to
keep the Bulldogs, drive alive and
Jacksor set up a score by turning
a short screen pass into a 42-yard
gain. Two plays later Sneed scored
on a six-yard option pitch.
Thompson and Proenza hooked
up with a two-point pass on the
botched snap'to make the score
41-0 with 3:50 left in the third
quarter.
Right after the play Jefferson
was hit with back-to-back
unsportsmanlike conduct penalties"
andtheir defensive coordinator was
ejected from the game.
- Ellis and Blount broke up
passes to force a 3rd and 25 play
from the Tigers, own five-yard


line to set up Southerland's
awesome defensive play recovered
a fumbled snap for a touchdown to
make the final score 49-0.
Sneed would pick off a pass late
in the game and Crowley came
into the game along with several
back-ups before the drive ended at
the Tiger 11 with a fumble, which
was returned 65 yards to the
Bulldogs 25. Sneed made a
highlight-reel play to preserve the
shut-out by running down the
return man and avoiding a blocker
to prevent a touchdown.
The Bulldog defense held on the
final four plays of the game to .
maintain their 49-0 win when
Blount picked off a pass at the.
one-yard line.
Caleb Murphy, Crowley and
Armstrong ran out the clock with.
several short runs late in the
game.


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Catholics present Holiday Craft Bazaar Saturday


Holiday Craft Bazaar
The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, located at 2750 S.
Byron Butler Parkway, is presenting its bi-annual Holiday Craft Bazaar in
the Parish Hall on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. What can
you expect?
"We will have many hand-crafted items such as holiday wreaths,


Obituaries


Sharon Faith Cutter
Sharon Faith Cutter, 60, a
homemaker, died Nov. 5, 2006, at
her home.
A native of Nuskunia, N.Y., Mrs.
Cutter had moved from Winter
Haven to Perry in 1974. She was a
member of the Catholic Church of
Immaculate Conception of Perry
where she had been a CCD teacher
for 12 years and was a member of
the Catholic Women's
Organization. She was also a
former member of "Friends of
Fenholloway."
Her husband, Joseph Leslie
Cutter, predeceased her.
Survivors include: one son,
Wesley John Joseph Cutter of Fort
Lauderdale; three daughters,
Sheila Marie Cutter of Fort
Lauderdale, Sandra D. Brown of
Perry and Bridgett Hargrave of
Beaumont, Texas; one sister, Ellen
Anita LoFFreda of Fort
Lauderdale; godparents, Darwin
and Mary Carter of Perry; a special
friend, Ed Watson of Homosassa;
and six grandchildren; and several
godchildren.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m. at the
Catholic Church of the
Iimaculate Conception with
Father Crawford and Father Bagan
officiating.
Family members will receive
friends Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Joe
P..Burns Funeral Home. A Rosary
ceremony will follow at 8 pm.
FJn lieu of flowers, donations
may -be made to the Catholic
Church of the Immaculate
Conception CCD Program.
.'Burnm Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
- Aaron J. Kinsey
-Aaron J. Kinsey, 66, a painter in
the construction industry, died
Nbyv. 4, 2006, in Perry. '
:Mr. Kins.e\ \as a native of
ilfferson Count3 and the son of
rli late Thomias. J. Kjnses and
Ollie M. Ward. He had lived in
Perry for the past three years,
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Survivors include: one son,
Jeffery Kinsey of Alaska; two
daughters, Renee Kinsey of
Monticello and Denise Curry of
Bonifay; one brother, Harold
Kinsey of Lloyd; two sisters,
NaOmi Walker of Perry and Janell
Tapley of Deatsville, Ala.; six
grandchildren; a host of nieces and
nephews; and special caregivers,
Ida Hubbard and Linda Mullis of
Perry.
He was predeceased by a sister,


Olivia Wood, and four
Donald Kinsey, James
Malcolm Kinsey and
Kinsey.
Funeral services will
today, Nov. 8, at 11
Elizabeth Baptist


brothers,
Kinsey,
Marvin
be held
a.m. at
Church


Cemetery in Jefferson County.
Family members received
friends Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.


ornaments, themed gift baskets, crocheted afghans, scrapbook pages, fall
arrangements, sore muscle relief "bed buddies" and many more wonderful
items for the holidays and year round. There will also be a wide variety of
homemade baked goods including cakes, pies, cookies, brownies, coffee
cakes, 'soup in ajar' and spiced tea mix."
The bazaar will also feature a special "Santa Shop" where children can
shop for themselves or family members. Donations will also be taken for
chances on a small television set, basket of goodies, and pillow-and-throw
set. Everyone is welcome!
Bibletones sing at Perry Church of God
The Bibletones Quartet of Gulfport, Miss., will minister in song this
Sunday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. in the Perry Church of God.
The group includes Howard Rutland, of Gulfport, who has been singing
with the group for 36 years;
Billy Todd of Pensacola who performed with the Florida Boys for 17
years and the Dixie Echoes for another 8;
Chris Sikes sings baritone and also plays the piano, while his son,
Jordan, plays bass guitar as well as other instruments. Both are from
Marianna;
William Vancott of Crawfordville is the newest member of the
Bibletones and sings tenor. Pastor Robert Kirkland invites everyone to
enjoy an evening of Southern Gospel music at 1106 S. Center St.

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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF

TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an ordinance, which title
hereinafter appears, will be considered for enactment by the Board of
County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, at a public hearing
on November 28, 2006 at 6:35 p.m. for LDC 06-6, or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, in the County Commission Meeting Room,
Administrati-e Complex located at 201 East Green Street, Perry,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of the County Administrator, Administrative
Complex, located at 201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date, time and place first ,above
mentioned, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect
to the ordinance.


AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE TEXT OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, AS AMENDED; BY ADDING A NEW SECTION 3.07,
ENTITLED PROPORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE TRANSPORTATION
PROGRAM; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.


The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be advised that the date, time and place of
any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further notice concerning the matters will
be published.


All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision
made at the public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings
and, for such purpose, they may 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.


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WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? No 24

SIN No MORE 4
THE WOMAN CA&iG1T IN ADULTERY
(PART 2)
By Bill Blue
In last week's article (WWJD no. 23), we reviewed John 8 where Jesus
was confronted with the woman caught in the act of adultery. He
convicted the woman's accusers of sin (John 8:7-9). He did not condemn
the adulteress, but told her to "sin no more" (John 8:10-11).
Jesus' instruction to "sin no more" was a command to end her adulterous
activities and adulterous relationship. Vine's Expository Dictionary of
New Testament Words defines an "adulteress," as one "who has unlawful
intercourse with the spouse of another" (see Rom. 7:3). Apparently, either
the woman, or the man with whom she was having intercourse, was
married to another person.
Implicit in Jesus' command to sin no more is repentance. Jestis did
not tell the woman that she could continue sinning, or that forgiveness
absolves continuing sins. Jesus said to "sin no more.",
Jesus spoke of repentance on many occasions (Matt. 4:17; Matt. 11:20-
24; Matt. 12:41-42; Mark 1:15; Luke 17:1-4; Rev. 3:19). Jesus says that
death through persecution and tragedy is preferable to the judgment that
comes upon those who do not repent (Luke 13:1-5). In Revelation,
Chnst told members of the church-- "Christians" to repent or else: He
would remove the congreganon's lamp-a'jnd iReC.'2:.5;'HeoSIvo ififgtit
against the evil doers with the sword of His mouth (Rev. 2:16); He would
cast those who committed sexual immorality into a sickbed and great
tribulation (Rev. 2:21-22); and He would come upon them in judgment
as a thief in the night (Rev. 3:3). Like the woman caught in adultery,
Christians cannot continue sinning. "No one, having put his hand to the
plow, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God" (Luke 9:62).
. Vine's says repentance, "In the NT has reference to 'repentance' from
sin, and this change of mind involves both a turning from sin and a
turning to God" (cf. 2 Cor. 7:9-11).
How then would a thief repent of sin? Not simply by stopping his
stealing, but also by returning or restoring that which he stole (Luke
19:8-9). As one man once said, "Ahorse thief has not repented while he
is still sitting in my saddle." Similarly, drunkards should stop drinking
(1 Cor. 6:10). The materialistic should stop coveting (1 Cor. 6:10), and
those committing sexualimmorality of any form -- whether pre-martial,
extramarital, or homosexual -- must end these activities and relationships
as well (1 Cor. 6:9; Rev. 2:18-23).
Jesus says that a marriage relationship can be sinful if one party to that
relationship is not free to remarry. "Whoever divorces his wife, except
for sexual immorality ['marital unfaithfulness' NIV], and marries another,
commits adultery" (Matt. 19:9 NKJV; Mark 10:11-12; Luke 16:18). The
wife and her new spouse are also guilty of adultery if she remarries
(Matt. 5:32; Luke 16:18). Jesus said that sin attaches when the husband
(or wife) "marries another." Of course, a widow (or widower) is free to
remarry (Rom. 7:3; 1 Cor. 7:10-11).

How then do we repent of an adulterous marriage? Stop sinning (John
8:11) by removing yourself from the unlawful marriage (Ezra 10:18-19,
44). These partners are not rightfully yours anymore than the ,addle
belonged to the horse thief. As Jesus said, "the one x% horn you umO
have is not your husband" (John 4:16-19).
Admittedly, ending a marriage with someone we love isn't easy. The
Apostles acknowledged that Jesus' commandments on marriage, divorce,
and remarriage are difficult (Matt. 19:10). Sin, however, is not defined
by the attitudes of men and popular culture, but by God. Sin is defined
as a violation of God's law (1 John 3:4). Man may have passed laws
regulating marriage, but God will judge us by His laws (John 12:48) A
marriage certificate from the clerk of the court does not absolve a husband
and wife of sin any more than a law permitting abortion absolves the
doctor or pregnant mother of homicide in God's sight.
Some who do not believe that a marriage can be sinful have a double
standard where homosexuality is concerned. They have no difficulty
saying that homosexuals must quit having sex, but they refuse to apply
the same standard to unlawful marriages. Some draw a distinction
between sexual activities and sexual relationships, saying that activities
like homosexuality are sinful, but relationships, like marriage, are not.
Should we then say that homosexuals have the right to marry so long as
they do not have sex? Jesus wouldn't. Jesus said that relationships can
be sinful. "Whoever divorces His wife and marries another commits
adultery" (Luke 16:18). "Whoever marries a woman who is divorced
commits adultery" (Matt. 5:32).
The Disciples rightly understood that God's expectations for marriage
are demanding when they concluded, "If such is the case of the man
with his wife, it is better not to marry" (Matt. 19:10). If marriage
relationships cannot be sinful, then all one would have to do to avoid
sexual immorality is to marry their partner. If this is true, then why
would the Disciples believe that Jesus' commands were so difficult that,
"it is better not to marry" (Matt. 19:10)?
Being a member of the body of Christ does not absolve us of continuing
sins, including the sins of sexual immorality, unless we repent (Rev.
2:21-22) and resolve to "sin no more" (John 8:11).

This article is reprinted online at http://www.bibleweb.c6m.


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USO show salutes veterans


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Perry AMVETS are rolling out
the red, white and blue carpet for a
special salute to veterans with a
'USO talent show Saturday, Nov.
11, at Taylor County Middle
School, starting at 7 p.m.
Admission is $5 and all
proceeds go toward the Veterans
Benevolence Fund, which helps
service personnel and their
families.


Servicemen and women in
uniform, as well as any veterans in
uniform, will be admitted free of
charge.
The slate of performers includes:
the Pride of Taylor Band; members
and bugler from the JROTC;
SNAP members Stephanie Henry,
Christian Ford, Robert Leavins,
Jennifer Giles and Eric Slaughter;
Lucky the Clown; Carmina


Ketring; Bill Daniels; Hannah
Davis, Taylor Millinor and Tyler
Millinor; the Miles of Smiles
Clown Alley (HoneyBee the
Clown, Breezy, Wendy the Pooh,
Allie-Oops and Dottie Dot);
Frankie Edwards; Lori Freeman;
and Mike Denmark.
Special guests will include
veteran Sammy Agner and
Veterans Service Officer Joe


Collins.
A drawing for an original
painting by artist Richard Davis
will be held at the end of the
program.
Davis will paint the piece during
the show.
Randy Trammell will serve as
emcee for the evening, assisted by
AMVETS Commander Dodd
Franklin.


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Candidates will showcase singing, dancing talents


MISS TEEN ESSENCE
Continued from page 4
School, and participates. in
fundraising for the March of
Dimes and Relay For Life. Her
talent is a hip-hop dance.
Contestant #4 is Valerie Clarks,
the daughter of Earl and Geraldine
Sparrow. She hopes to attend
Florida State University, to
become an actor, singer and movie
producer. Her school activities
have included the softball team,
Junior Honor Society, Fellowship
-of Christian Athletes and the Boys
and Girls Club, as well as
placement on the A-B honor roll.
Her community service has
centered around, the March of


Dimes Foundation and Relay For
Life. She will perform singing
and dancing for Saturday's
competition.
Cierra Sparrow, the daughter
of Michael Martin and Marilyn
Anderson, hopes to attend Santa Fe
Community College to become a
neonatal/registered nurse. Her
school activities have included the
basketball team, Little Women and
prom committee. Contestant #5 is
-listed in Who's Who Among High
School Students, the National
Honor Roll, and the A-B honor roll
at Taylor County High School.
Miss Sparrow has earned
community service hours with the
American Red Cross, Teen Court
and Relay for Life. She will


perform a flag routine. ,
Chelsea Sparrow, the daughter
of Earl and Geraldine Sparrow, is
contestant #6. She hopes to attend
Santa Fe Community College and'
transfer to the University of
Florida, working toward a -law
degree. Her school activities
include Taylor County High
School student government, class
representative, Key Club secretary,
National Honor Society, Little
Women and the, basketball team.
Community service has been
dedicated to Kenya's' Support
Group, WalkAmerica and the Take
Stock In Children Scholarship
Fund. Miss Sparrow will perform a
monologue.
Kanesha Hugger, #7, will sing


'Taylor County has enough pollution'


for the pageant audience Saturday.
The daughter of Junnis Hugger and
Benita Morris, she hopes to attend
Florida A&M University, and
pursue a career as a
gynecologist/obstetrician. She has
been a member of the high school
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* Continued from page 2
also.
The main problem with the
projects and Taylor County is
Buckeye. For years it has tried to
get an off-shore discharge pipe-
line approved. It would have come
out just down the coastline from
Magnolia Bay. The state has
rejected this line several times.
They should reject any dredging


on this area too.
Buckeye has dumped enough
dioxin in the Fenholloway to
poison the groundwater for years. I
have put a boat in at Peterson's
landing and gone up river and out
to the gulf several times. It is a
beautiful area except for the foamy
muck that shouldn't even be called
water.
I know of several people who
have developed .unusual cancer
and there are probably hundreds


more around Perry. Buckeye likes
to trumpet the fact that the state has
approved eating fish from the
Fenholloway, maybe they .can send
some employees to catch a big
mess of bream and have a fish-fry
for Dr. Pruitt and his family and
the employees of the Taylor
Energy Center. Maybe then they'll
realize Taylor County has enough
pollution and ecological damage to
last a lifetime already.,
'Michael Robinson


NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida proposes to amend the text ot the Taylor
County Land Development Code, as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Land De) elopment Code. within
the area shown on the map below, as follows: :
LDC 06-4, an application by the Board of County Coimmissioners, to amend the text of the Land De- elopment"
Code by amending Section 42-888, entitled Street Design, by amending the secton on construcuon standards
to require streets located in the mixed use urban, rural residential, aviation related cormnercital. water oriented
commercial, industrial and public land use districts and clustered residential de\ elopment %itLh a net density -
of 1 dwelling unit per 2 acres or greater, to be paved and constructed to the Florida Department of Transportatio L
standards; amending Section 42-888 to allow streets located in land use categories other than mixed:uise .
urban, rural residential, aviation related commercial, water oriented commercial. industrial and public.ldand-
use districts and development with a density greater than 1 unit per 15 acres and less than I unit per-2 acres- ".-,
in a subdivision of iot ffiifr tliat 8 pdttels ton not be retlittted to have a surface course: amending Section 412-"-
888 to allow streets located in land use categories other than mixed use urban. rural residential, aviation
related commercial, water oriented commercial, industrial and public land use districts and developmentara.irt`
density of 1 unit per 15 acres or less and greater than 1 unit per 40 acres \\ ill be required to meet County
standards and shall not be required to have a surface course; amending Section 42-888 to allow\\street-s-
.located in land use categories other than mixed use urban,, rural residential, a\ nation related commerciaJ-,
wateroriented commercial, industrial and public land use districts and development at a density of 1 unitpe' "
40 acres or less to meet County standards for graded roads and shall not be required to have a surface courses '
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'adopting said amends ent, wilie conducted by the Board of C.unty.Commissioners on Noember 28. 2006-
AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, A ENDING THE TA LOR COUNTY LAND .





DEVELOPMENTCODEASAMENDED; AMENDINGSECTION4 -88 ENTITLED STREET DESIGN
BY AMENDING THE SECTION ON CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS TO REQUIRE STREETS -- -
LOCATED IN THE MIXED USE URBAN, RURAL RESIDENTIAL. AVIATION RELATED -
COMMERCIAL, WATER ORIENTED COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC LAND USE
DISTRICTS AND CLUSTERED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH A NET DENSITY OFONE (1)
DWELLING UNIT PER TWO (2) ACRES OR GREATER, TO BE AVED AND CONSTRUCTED TO
THE FLO3RIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARDS, BY AMENDING SECTION 42-om--,
888 TO ALLOW STREETS LOCATEDOU N LAND USE CATEGORIES OTHER CTIAN MI-XED USE--



UNITPER TWO (2)ACRES INA SUBDIVISION OFNOT MORE THAN EIGHT E i PARCELS TO NOT
BE REQUIRED TO HAVE A SURFACE COURSE, BY AMENDING SECTION 42-888 TO ALLOW.
STREETS LOCATED IN LAND USE CATEGORIES OTHER THAN NILNED USE URBAN, RURAL D
RESIDENTIAL, AVIATION RELATED COMMERCIAL, WATER ORIENTED CONI -ERCIAL
INDUSTRIALAND PUBLIC LAND USE DISTRICTS AND DEVELOPMENT AT A DENSITY OF ONE.-
(1) UNIT PER FIFTEEN (15)ACRES ORLESS AND GREATER THAN ONE i Ii UNIT PER FORTY (40)
ACRES WILL BE REQUIRED TO MEET COUNTY STANDARDS AND SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED
TO HAVEASURFACE COURSE, BY AMENDING SECTION 42-888 TO ALLOW STREETS LOCATED -
8IN LAND USE CATEGORIES OTHER THAN MIXED USE URBAN, RLI'RAL RESIDENTIAL. AVIATION
RELATED COMMERCIAL, WATER ORIENTED COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC LAND
USE DISTRICTS AND DEVELOPMENT AT A DENSITY OF ONE (I INIT PER FORT (40) ACRES -
OR LESS TO MEET COUNTY STANDARDS FOR GRADED ROADS A ND ST[A L- L NOT BE REQUIRED
TO HAVE A SURFACE COURSE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, REPE A L ING ALL OR DIN ANCES IN


the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice concerning the matter will be published. .
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Office of the Counts Administrator,
Administrative Complex, located at 201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida. during regular business% hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at the abo'e referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings, and thpt, for such purpose. the. mna need to ensure that -
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the re.tinimnn and e% idence upon which.
the appeal is to be based.
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2006.2007 FLORIDA HUNTING SEASONS


NORTHWEST -~ "
ZONE
Archery Oct. 14 Nov 12
Deer-Dog Training Oct. 28 Nov. 16.
Crossbow Nov 27 Dec. 3
Muzzleloading Gun Nov. 17-19 & Feb. 15-25
General Gun Nov. 23-26 & Dec. 9 Feb.14
Antlerless Deer Dec. 16-22
Fall Turkey* Nov. 23-26 & Dec. 9 Jan.14
Quail and Gray Squirrel Nov 11 March 4
Bobcat and Otter Dec. 1 March 1
Spring Turkey" March 17 April 22
Wild Hog, Rabbit, Raccoon, Opossum, Coyote, Nutria, Skunk
and Beaver may be taken year-round.
* Except for Holmes County where there is no fall harvest of
turkeys allowed
Spring turkey season is limited to March 17-19 in Holmes County.


SHOOTING
HOURS:
One-half hour before
sunrise to one-half hour
after sunset; except
during Spring Turkey
Season when shooting
hours are one-half hour
before sunrise until
sunset on private lands.


SOUTH ZONE
Archery Sept. '',:-. R
Deer-Dog Training Oct. 7 .2
Crossbow Oct. 9-13
Muzzeloadlng Gun Oct 14-22
General Gun Oct. 28 Jan. 7,
Antlerless Deer Nov. 4-10'
Fall Turkey, Nov. 11 -Jan. 7,
Quail and Gray Squirrel Nov. 11 Ma,:r.
Bobcat and Otter Dec. 1 March 1
Spring TurKey Ma.er. 3 p r.I8 6
Wild Hog. Rabbit, Raccoon. Opossum, Coyote.
Nutria. Skunk and Beaver may be taken year-round


MIGRATORY GAME BIRD SEASONS
SHOOTING HOURS:
* Migratory game birds: one-half hour before sunrise to sunset
SDove during the first phase: noon to sunset
Dove during the second and third, phase: one-half hour before sunrise to sunset
* Crow: one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset


SPECIES


SEASON DI


.Rail and Common Moorhen: Sept. 1 No'
King and Clapper Rails
Sora and Virginia Rails
Common Moorhen
Special September Duck Season Sept. 23-27
Se laerrCv. C r :,:,ase -.opt -1?27
(Lae Serr.-.olI Jach.C-r. County)


Mourning and
White-winged
Dove
Snipe
Woodcock
Crow
Duck and Coot,
Youtn Warertowl Days


-Oct. 7-30,
Nov. 11-26
Dec. 9 Jan, 7
Nov. ,-Fee l4
Dec.16- Jan.14
. Aug. 12- Oct. 29 (Sat. &
Nov. 11 Feb. 18
No. 18 2'6
Der r Jan 28
Feb 3-


Canada Goose Nov. 18-26
(Lake Seminole, Jackson County) Dec. 1 Jan. 30


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D.: 9 Jan .8


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CENTRAL ZONE
Archery Sept. 23 Oct. 2
Deer-Dog Training Oct. 7-26
Crossbow Oct. 23-27
Muzzleloading Gun ,-i :i ti.:. -
General Gun i I,:.. 1 jar,.
Antlerless Deer Nov. 18-24
Fall Turkey Nov. 11 -Jan. 7
Quall.and Gray Squirrel Nov, 11 March 4
Bobcat and Otter Dec. 1 March 1
Spring Turkey March 17 April 22
Wild Hog, Rabbit, Raccoon. Oposaum, Coyole
Nutria, Skunk and 9eFere may oe l'keP. year oun,3




SWildlife management area
- regulations may differ from
the dates on this poster.
The 2006-07Florida Hunting
S.. Regulations handbook and
wildlife management area
brochures are available at
county tax collectors'
- offices, Florida Fish and
-Wildlife Conservation
Commission regional
offices and online at
/ MyFWC.com/hunting.


MyFWC.com


REPORT
FISH AND WILDLIFE
LAW VIOLATORS
Those who violate Florida's
fish and wildlife laws are
stealing from all of us.
Obey the law to ensure that
fish and wildlife resources can be
enjoyed by future generations.
Do your part by reporting
violations to a local
FWC law enforcement office
at 1-888 404-FWCC (3922)
or #FWC and *FWC
on a cell phone. _
To report online, visit
MyFWC.com/law/alert.
You may be eligible for a cash reward
and can remain anonymous.


Bag/Possion limits are 4/8 teal and wood ducks in the aggregate, no more than 2/4 of which may be wood ducks.
Bag/Possession limits are 12/24 mourning and white-winged doves, singly or in aggregate.
Six duck limit shall consist of no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be female): 1 black duck; 1 mottledduck (Florida duck); 1 'fulvous whistling-duck; 1 pintal;
1 canvasback; 2 redheads; 2 wood ducks; 2 scaup; and 4 scoters. All other species of duck (except harlequin) may be taken up to the six duck daily limit. Taking or attempting
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Be careful!



Tree stand fall is



safety reminder


A Dunnellon man suffered
serious injuries after falling from a
tree stand during muzzleloading
season at Cedar Hammock Hunt.
Club in Levy County.
James 5'Tim" Waldron, 42, was
taken to West Marion Hospital in
Ocala after the 6 p.m. Nov. 4
incident in which he suffered
multiple pelvic fractures. He later
was transferred to Ocala Regional
Medical 'Center, where, as of
Monday, he remains.

Waldron, who had fallen asleep,
was not wearing a safety belt or
harness when he fell 16 feet to the
ground. He landed on his
Connecticut Valley Arms
Buckham 209 muzzleloader which
discharged and broke in half upon
contact \ Ilh the ground.
The victim, who had left his
cellular telephone. in his vehicle,
dragged himself 30 yards before
rescuers found him. Neighboring
hunters, Jack Reese of Crystal
River and his son, Jack Reese Jr.,
heard Waldron's cries for help and


quickly found him.
Waldron told people where he
would be hunting, something
everyone should do.
"If hunting by yourself, let
someone know where you will be
hunting and the time'you expect
to return home," said Steve
Robbins, hunter safety coordinator
for the FWC's North Central
Region. "If possible, carry a cell
phone with you. When hunting
out of a tree stand, wear a safety
belt or harness. Take an approved
hunter safety course and always
use safe hunting practices."
For .information regarding
statewide, courses, log on to
MyFWC.com and click the Hunter
Safety link or call the local FWC
office for the next available course
in your area.
This is the second hunting-
related incident in a week. A 14-
year-old youth was accidentally
shot in the lower back, sustaining
non-life threatening injuries, Oct.
28 at a hunt camp in Marion
County.


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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
is requesting public comments
concerning proposed regulation
changes for the Lower Econfina
River Public Small Game
Hunting Area in Taylor County.
According to John Ault, FWC's
regional public hunting areas
biologist, "The Suwannee River
Water Management District has
requested the FWC consider
opening the Lower Econfina River
Public Small Game Hunting Area
to deer hunting with primitive
weapons. We are proceeding with
this request and want public
comments on the proposed
changes."
The changes would allow deer
and all other legal game hunting
during the archery and
muzzleloading gun seasons and
turkey hunting during the spring
turkey season. The small game
season would continue as it has"
since the area was established in
September 2003.
The changes, if approved by
FWC commissioners, would take
effect July 1, 2007. The seasons
on Lower Econfina River would
be:
Archery: Sept. 22 Oct. 7
Muzzleloading gun: Oct. 26 -
28
Small game: Jan. 21 March 2
Spring.turkey: March 15 23
Fishing and frogging:
throughout the year
It would be legal to take all
legal game, fish, frogs and
furbearers during the appropriate
seasons. The possession or use of
dogs, other than bird dogs or dogs
with a shoulder height of 15.
inches or less, would be
prohibited. Hunting hogs with
dogs would be prohibited. The
public would have access to the
area from 1 1/2 hours before
sunrise to 1 1/2 hours after sunset.
Motorized vehicles could only be :
operated on named or numbered
roads, and ATVs and motorcycles
would be prohibited. The area east
of the Lower Econfina River
would be open to motorized'
vehicles only during open hunting
seasons.
The Suiwannee River Water
Management-District is holding
its monthly governing board
meeting in Mayo Nov. 16, and
this item is on the agenda. The
public will have an opportunity to
provide comments at that time.
The meeting begins at 8:30 a:m.
at the Lafayette County
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Crossbow now okay in Florida


Crossbow hunters and
bowhunters will be happy to
knoy*'the new crossbow season is
just around the comer.
The new season, established for
this year, provides additional
opportunities for hunters wishing
to use crossbows. It also
lengthens the overall hunting
season and extends the number of
days conventional bowhunters can
use their bows, since bows now
are legal for taking' game during
all hunting seasons.
The added season is limited to
private lands and restricts harvest
to bucks only. Crossbow season
does not, apply to wildlife
management areas.
The season is between the
archery season and muzzleloading
gun season in the South and
Central hunting zones. Crossbow
season lasts five days and runs
Oct. 9-13 in the South Hunting
Zone and Oct. 23-27 in the
Central Zone.
In the Northwest Hunting Zone,
the season runs one week: from
the Monday following
Thanksgiving (Nov. 27) through
Dec. 3.
The most common game to take
during crossbow season are deer,,
wild hogs and bearded turkeys.
Only-bucks with at least one
antler five inches or more in
length can be taken, and the daily
bag limit is two. Antlerless deer
may be taken only by hunters
holding antlerless deer permits.
On private lands, there are no
bag or size limits on wild hogs
and, with landowner permission,
they can be taken year-round. -
Only one turkey may be taken


per day, and there is a two-bird
fall-season limit. Turkeys may not
be harvested in Holmes County
during any fall season, including
crossbow season.
Hunters cannot use dogs during
crossbow season to take deer, hogs
or turkeys, and when hunting such
game, broadheads must have at
least two sharpened edges with a
minimum width of 7/8 inch.
Besides a Florida hunting
license, hunters must purchase a


$5 crossbow season permit to
hunt during crossbow season.
Hunters holding a sportsman's,
gold sportsman's, military gold
sportsman's or sportsman's 64
license do not need to buy the
crossbow season permit if their
license runs through the season.
For more information on the
new crossbow season, call Tony
Young at (850) 488-7867 or visit
MyFWC.com/hunting.


Youth escapes serious

injuries in gun mishap


A Deltona youth escaped serious
injury while preparing to hunt
during muzzleloading season early
on Oct. 28 at a camp -in Salt
Springs in Marion County.
' According to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) law enforcement
spokesperson Kat Kelley, 14-year-
old Shaun Meeks was transported
to Shands Hospital in Gainesville,
with non-life-threatening injuries.
Another hunter, Randall Mitchell,
53, was inside the Meeks' hunt
camp cleaning the barrel of his
muzzleloader before taking to the
woods.
Mitchell, who lives in Sanford,
placed a percussion cap in his gun
to discharge any debris in the
barrel, not realizing the gun was
still loaded from when a friend had
borrowed it four years earlier.
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the gun went off, firing the
projectile through the front
window and striking the youth in
the right lower back as he stood
on the front porch. Shaun Meeks
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next day.
"This is one lucky youth in that
the outcome wasn't worse,"
Kelley said.
Northeast Region hunter safety
spokesman Greg Workman said
hunters always should practice the
"10 Safe Gun-Handling Practices"
taught in the FWC's Hunter
Safety Course.
Anyone born on or after June 1,
1975 cannot purchase a hunting
license in Florida without first
successfully completing an
approved hunter safety course.
"Even if a hunter is not covered
by the hunter, safety course
requirement, it is a good idea to
take the course," Workman said.


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Check before
bringing game
It is illegal to bring into Florida
carcasses of any species of the
family Cervidae (e.g. deer, elk and
moose) from 10 states and one
Canadian province where chronic
wasting disease (CWD) has been
detected, according to the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC).
The states and Canadian
province where the deadly disease
has been detected are: New
Mexico, Utah, Colorado,
Wyoming, South Dakota,
Nebraska, Wisconsin, Illinois,
New York, West Virginia and
Alberta, Canada. Visit the United
States Department of Agriculture's
Web site at www.aphis.usda.gov
for the most up-to-date CWD
coverage.
"To date, no cases of CWD have
been found in Florida," said Deer
Program coordinator Robert
Vanderhoof of the FWC's
Division of Hunting and Game
Management. "Hunters can help
prevent the spread of CWD into
Florida by observing the
restrictions placed on bringing
carcasses in from other areas where
the disease has been detected."
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2. Treat every firearm with, the same respect due
a loaded firearm.

3. Identify your target and what is beyond it.
iKnov/the identifying features of the game you.
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4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear ofobstruc?
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proper size for the firearm you are carrying.

5. Unload firearms when not in use. Leave the.
actions open. Firearms should be carried
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6. Never point a firearm at anything you do-no want.
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7. Never climb a fence or tree, or jump a ditch` 'ort:
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Give Thanks for
Numerous Hunting
Seasons in November
November means it's time to gas
up the truck and break out your
shooting iron, because the 2006-07
hunting season's here. This month,
general gun, fall turkey, quail and
gray squirrel, snipe and the second
phase of mourning and white-
winged dove hunting seasons open.
The first thing you need to do is
pickup a S 12.50 Florida resident
hunting license. Non-residents pay
S46.50 for a 10-day license or
$151.50 for 12 months.
If you plan to hunt one of
Florida's many wildlife management
areas (WMAs), you'll also need a
S26.50 management area permit, and
don't forget to study the brochure for
the specific area you plan to hunt,
because dates, bag limits and rules
differ greatly from area to area.
You can get these brochures at tax
collectors' offices and regional
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
offices in close proximity to the area,
or you can download them from the
FWC's Web site'-
MyFWC.com/hunting.
You can buy your license and per-
mits over the telephone by calling
toll-free 1-888-HUNT-FLORIDA or
online at MyFWC.com/license. Just
have your credit card ready. You
also can purchase them from tax col-
lectors' offices.and most retail out-
lets that sell hunting and fishing sup-
plies. .
The general gun season runs Nov.
11 Jan. 21 in the Central Hunting
Zone. In the Northwest Zone, it
comes in Thanksgiving Day and
lasts four days until Nov. 26. Two


-D h eao o


weeks later, the season reopens Dec.
9 and runs through Feb. 14. For
readers hunting the South Hunting
Zone, the general gun season's
already in and lasts until Jan. 7.
Hunters can take bucks having at
least one antler five inches or longer.
On private lands, the daily bag limit
for deer is two.
On private lands, hunters can take
wild hogs year-round with no bag or
size limits. On most- but not all -
public lands, there's also no bag or
size limit on wild hogs, and hunters
can take them during any hunting
season except spring turkey. Check
the WMA brochure to be certain.
The highly anticipated antlerless
deer season, often called "doe week"
is Dec. 16-22 in the Northwest Zone,
Nov. 18-24 in the Central Zone and
Nov. 4-10 in the South Hunting
Zone.
,During doe week, the daily bag
limit's one buck and one doe or two
bucks. You may not take two does in
one day like you, may during archery
season, and spotted fawns are not
legal game. Doe week does not
apply on WMAs.
If you hunt with deer dogs any-
where in Florida, special rules and
registration requirements may apply.
Call the FWC for details.
Fall turkey season in the
Northwest Hunting Zone is Nov. 23-
26 and Dec. 9 Jan. 14. In the
Central and South zones,-it's Nov. 11
- Jan. 7. Only bearded turkeys or
gobblers are legal game, and you
must have a $5 turkey permit to hunt
them. The bag limit's one bird per
day, and a total of two during the
archery, crossbow, muzzleloading
gun and fall turkey seasons com-
bined.


It's, also against the law to hunt
turkeys in Flolmes County during the
tall ,cason.
Quail and gray squirrel season
runs statewide Nov. 11 March 4.
There's a daily bag limit of 12 for
each. and shooting fox squirrels is
against the law.
Shooting hours for deer, turkeys,
quail and gray squirrels is a half hour
before sunrise to a half hour after
sunset. All legal firearms, muzzle-
loaders, bows, crossbows and hand-
guns are legal for taking these resi-
dent game animals during the gener-
al gun, antlerless deer, fall turkey
and quail and gray squirrel seasons.
Snipe hunting in Florida ranks
second in the nation in number of
birds harvested each year, and the
season runs Nov. 1 -Feb. 15
statewide. The second phase of the
mourning and white-winged dove
season also comes in this month and
runs Nov. 11-26. Shooting hours for
migratory birds are one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset. The bag
limits are eight for snipe, and 12 for
doves.
You must get a no-cost migratory
bird permit if you plan to hunt snipe,
doves or any other migratory game
birds.
For up-to-date information on
Florida's public dove fields, call the
FWC's Dove Hunters' Hotline at
(850) 875-BIRD. The hotline gets
updated every Thursday throughout
the dove season. Information
includes dove densities, previous
week's harvests and field conditions.
Whether small-game hunting with
friends and family or hunting solo,
going after that monster buck, boar
hog or big torn, November brings
loads of great hunting opportunities.
Here's wishing you all a happy
Thanksgiving and a successful hunt-
ing season.

Tony Young's an avid sportsman
and native.Floridian who co-
manages the wildlife and timber
resources on family property in
Franklin County. He's the media
relations coordinator for the
FWC's Division of Hunting and
Game Management and lives in
Tallahassee.


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Continued from page B-2
CWD. first identified in
Colorado in 1967, is a disease that
affects the central nervous system
and is related to "mad cow" disease
in cattle and scrapie in sheep. The
disease always proves fatal to the
infected animal, but there are no
known cases of it being
transmitted to people, domestic
animals or livestock.
Hunters still can brirtg back de-
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taxidermy mounts, hides, skulls,
antlers and teeth as long as all soft
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Vests Flashlights
Gloves
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Hardware
805 S. Jefferson St.
584-2411

Mon, -Sat 7:30 AM 6:00 PM
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Saturday Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. 1693 SW
Mosley.Rd. (CR360) Madison, Florida.
Preview -5:00 p.m. Food 5:30 p.m.
Heated/ACComfy seats, New truck load
has just arrived. Great Items for
Christmas! Lots of Fun & Give-a-ways,
From Perry: Take Rt. 221 North to CR 360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn right, we are
about.8 miles on the right. Phone: 850-973-
2959. AU691 Col Ron Cox AB2490
11/8-11/10




Yard Sale! Thursday & Friday 8 a.m. -
until. Household items, .clothes, dishes,
camo's, freezer, sofa, old mobile home etc.
North 221 at Lake Bird.
11/8
Yard Sale
Friday & Saturday, November 8th & 10th
FRESH SWEET POTATOES!!! Some antiques,
misc. used .furniture and Pace Saver
Scooter. Sellers welcome (No clothing)
18486 U.S. 19 No. Lamont, Florida.
11/8-11/10EMC

Come Look!!!
Garage Sale Fri., 11/10 and Sat., 11/11
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
2230 E. Ellisoh Rd. 850-223-3900
House Items too much to list!
Fiberglass Boat building materials and
hardware etc., drywall and Acc. ceiling
building supplies, etc., lasers, ladders,
boat motor, etc.
11/8-11/10
2 Family Yard Sale Friday and Saturday 8
a.m. until. 108 Pate St. off Hwy 98W.
Books, large sleeping bag, clothes large
and small, shoes; glassware, flowers, CB
radio, lots of misc. items.
11/8-11/10
2-family Yard Sale Sat., Nov. 11 8 a.m. -
until 1142 West Green St. Books, Men's'
and Women's' clothing, housewares,
assorted miscellaneous items. No Early
Shoppers Please.
11/8-11/10
Moving Sale! 107 Douglas St. (Behind
Huddle House) Turn by Taco Saw on
Lewis St. Go 500 yards to apartments,
first dirt road to left, down to fbnce,
Apartments ne1t to fence..New black glider
chair wlgiider stool, 2..hand made end
tables, coffee able, 1 large double door
refrigerator w/ice maker excellent
.condition, 1 large Zenith TV, 1 washer &
Dryer, 1 smoker grill, 1 dresser w/mirror.
18.8 ft Bayliner Paradise 125 hp Force
Engine gaior mailer all saiety & legal equip .
included. everything need to :go fishing.
CASH ONLY! 850-584-9005 or 850-843-
1516
1113-11/8 .


Internet ready computer system $90 with
17" monitor, keyboard, mouse and'
speakers. 17" monster $30 Call 584-2914
!1 /8 -1 1/10 '- *
Beautiful New Couch from'Perry Drapery
$300 firm, Queen size mattress set,
Dinette set while & oak with cabinet $200,
' New metal pet cage $50.'Call 584-3600
11/8 '

IRON-FREE
Well Waler Company, Inc.
No more rust, bacteria or odor with
ClearSpringTM Mandox water conditioning
,system. Guaranteed to work or your money
back. Call today for detailed information.
1-/liF 800437. 1128

Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist how
*available for guitar, string instruments &
voice, students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584.5975
i0/4-12/29 .'

S2 wood burning stoves for sale $125 each,
negotiable. Call 584-8419 please leave
message .
11/3-11/8 .


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Great Cellphone Deals!
Prepaid T-Mobile phone with 150 minutes
for $27.00, Contract replacement phones
from $25.00, Liberty Wireless (Sprint)
Prepaid, Nokia phone with 175 anytime
minutes and free nights and weekends
$60. Call 584-4551. Guaranteed Sales on
Beach Rd. in Perry.
11/1-11/8

Moving Sale! 107 Douglas St. (Behind
Huddle House) Turn by Taco Saw on
Lewis St. Go 500 yards to apartments,
first dirt road to left, down to fence,
Apartments next to fence. New black glider
chair w/glider stool, 2 hand made end
tables, coffee table, 1 large double door
refrigerator w/ice maker excellent
condition, 1 large Zenith TV, 1 washer &
Dryer, 1 smoker grill, 1 dresser w/mirror.
18.8 ft Bayliner Paradise 125 hp Force
Engine gator trailer all safety & legal equip
included, everything need to go fishing.
CASH ONLY! 850-584-9005 or 850-843-
1516
11/3-11/8

Classifieds work...
Give it a try!
584-5513


2 bed/2 bath MH,- located in great
nei.r,b,.rrho,.j lust outside city limits on 2
acres No srrcii.inq or pets allowed. $550
3er m:,riIh pilus 'F."5: security deposit
required. References preferred. Serious
inquiries only. Call 584-6364 and leave
message.
11/3-11/8

Recently remodeled mobile home on .31
acres .2 bed/1 bath, fenced in yard,
conveniently located near downtown only
$35,000. For more info call Professional
Realty of Peirry i850i584-5844.
11/3-11/8

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!


Immediate availability on 2BR apartments
with rental assistance to qualified
applicants. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-5668. 709 W. Church'St., Perry,
SFL 32348. TDD 711.
1.0/25tWA .

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible'apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
' 850-584-81-1 TO, TT' 711,315 Puckett
Rd. Perry,.FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity. '
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For Rent: 1 bed/ 1 bath, 2nd floor apt.
Private area near Keaton Beach. Adults
Only, No pets $550/mo includes electric
850-578-2356 for appointment.;
11/1-11/22
2 bed/1I bath house,'central heat and Air,
$550 per month. Call 584-6113 between
8:30 and 5:00.
. 10/18-11/10


Small ads deals!i
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Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease; electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR

Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR
Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
11/8tfBZG
2 BR/1 Bth Mobile Home total electric H/A
$375 per month, plus $250 deposit.
Application and reference required. Some
Restrictions apply Call 584-3889.
11/8tfRB
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
11/8tfMC


Beautiful city lot with plenty of shade
zoned for mobile homes fenced near
downtown and shopping areas. 'Call
Professional Realty of Perry (850)584-5844
11/3-11/8
Quarter acre lot on city water, sewer and
gas lines. Quiet neighborhood. Not zoned
for mobile homes. Needs previous.
.lab po.:. re-.m,:, ed and filled. $7000 firm.
Call Rev. Brow at 223-1764
10/25-11/17

12 acres (will split) and 23 acres tract just
outside city limits $8,700 per acre. Call
Professional Realty of Perry (850)584-5844
1113-11/8

Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
:584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC

Morgan Whiddon Rd. 15 acres with 18 stall
stable, pretty Oaks $13,000 per acre call
Professional Realty of Perry (850)584-5844'
11/3-11/8

3 BD/2 Bth Brick House in City limits,
close to schools, attached garage, asking
$139,000 offered through-Ray Sharp
Realty. Call 352-486-2292
10/25-11/17
HOME FOR SALE
$249,900
894 Timber Run in Reston Havana
3/2 with 1 car garage on 2.8 acres
1609 Sq. ft., screened porch, wood-burning
fireplace, Kitchen with bar, storage shed
and much morel
Call Land Lots And Homes5com, LLC/
Abal Auction Team
850'556-6694 850-510-2501
877-477-SOLD 850-510-2269
11/8-11/10LLH


WOW!! priced at $27,500 we have 2
mobile homes on 2 city lots(210x132) with
2 power poles and 2 septic with city water,
pretty corner lot with fruit trees and more.
For additional info. Call Professional
Realty of Perry (850)584-5844
11/3-11/8
House for Sale 2 or 3 bed/2 bath 2000 sq.
ft. $155,000 405 Judson Dr. Call for
appointment 584-4892
11/8-12/1
HOME FOR SALE
BUCKFOREST 132 Quail Run
$299,000 -10 ACRES Fenced
3 Bedroom/2 Bath
BEST PRICE in WAKULLA!
Call Land Lots And Homes.com, LLC
850-556-6694
877-477-SOLD
11/8-11/10LLH

Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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Land For Sale By Owner
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $199.month
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
10/13-12/6


Health Educator Consultant
The Lafayette County Health Department
is seeking a Health Educator Consultant,
PSN# 64003003. Must have at least an
Associate's degree from an accredited
college or equivalent work experience.
Must have experience working on an
intergency committee or community
partnership. Must have experience in
budget development, management or grant
writing. Must have experience developing
or following a work plan. Must have
prepared and presented information to a
group. Must have participated'. in an
outreach project with the Lafayette County
Health Department, such as Step Up
Florida. Must be fingerprinted. May be
required to work extra hours or days in the
event of an emergency. Salary range is
$27,542.06-. $70, 880.68 annually.
Applications will be accepted online at
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/ State of
Florida applications may be mailed, to
State of Florida, People First, staffing
Administration, PO Box 44058,
Jacksonville, FL 32231 or faxed to
(904)636-2627 by 11/9/06. EEO/AA/VP
Employer.
11/1-11/10




3 yrold horse.greenbroke-gentle. C ali ../i
584-9048 after 6 p.m.
9/27-11/17


Free td a good home! Cats and kittens.
I Call Melissa @ 584-6647.
11/3-11/10

B.Y.O.B. Be Your Own Boss! An easy way.T R
to make $1000 checks. Visit
www.BigBendDollars.com or call 1-8.00-
605-8482 code 315476. 1994 Stumpnocker, 60 HP Mercury, good -
11/8-11/17 condition $4,500. Call 850-584-9084 after


Driver DEDICATED ACCOUNT
OPENING. Tango Transport Dedicated
Services is now hiring for the Standard
Furniture account. Start at .40 cpm. New
Conventionals. Home weekends, Family
Medical/Dental. 401k, CDL-Aw 18 months
OTR exp. req'd. Call 877-826-4605 EOE
11/8

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
S COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr.. +
benefits
Heavy Equipment:Operator $9.31/hr
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Library Tech (part time) $7.29 hr.
Library Tech (full time) $8.04 hr.
Library Clerk part time $8.04/hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed. at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor,
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOENP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
11/8tfnBCC

Drivers Owner Operators
Dedicated Runs
from Perry, FLto Savannah, Ga
$1,03 + Surcharge, High Mileage,
Excellent Home Time, Medical Coverage,
Tag Program
Call Chris: 866-730-8725
www.comtrakinc.com
-11/8
Legal Secretary, full time position in fast
paced Personal injury firm located in
Monticello. Mature, team player with
extensive litigation preferred; Fax resume
to 850-997-5189:
11/3-11/15CBH

Avon Reps Needed Can start you at 50%0
earnings. Free gift with $10 start up. Call
BJ at 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605,
10/13-11/11

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of'5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr, Call 850-584-
3626 .
8/23tfnAR


GULF COAST
METAL 3 Wide
ROOFING Gale
.** 3' Wide
Full line of
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery ServiceAvailable
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


Call today to subscribe! 584-5513



WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia ,
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
Call Mark So land(8)560- **n


6p.m.
9/27-11/17

Boat for Sale! 2004 19' Bluewave 90 horse
Yahama Center, Console Frontdeck, live
well, cooler seat. VHF Raido very nice
boat. $13,000. Day 672-0755, night 584-
2106
11/1tf




'95' Ford Probe, 5 spd, 2.0, 119,000 miles,'
many extras, many new parts, JL stereo
system, Great gas saver, $3500. Caiil 8'-0-
843-0521
117/3-11/29

'04' F150 regular cab V8 (4.6L) 18,000
miles, still under warranty $14,400 Call
850-878-8101
11/8-11/24 .


For Sale: 2000 Plymouth Neon, 4 dr, exc.
condition, 74k miles $4295 Call 584-5890
or 223:5000
11/8-11/22

Dependable Transportation Car *-ifartirni
at $795. Trucks starting a- 114-5 .:
Reasonable Offer refused 850-948-4869.
11/8-11/1 OEMC

1996 S-10, 4WD, wh;l:. Call 850.584-9084
after 6 p.m.
9/27-11/17


'98' Honda Civic 6 CD charger/sunroof,
cold A/C, 5 spd, good gas mileage. $2,500
OBO Call 850-843-8224 or 843-1873
11/3-11/8
UWS Truckbox, single lid, black powder
coat. 7.5 cu. ft. (small truck) $125 Like
new.
Brand New P205/75 R15 Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM rim $30. Call 843-2418.
10/20BG




NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-1/03




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.:
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280,
Firewood for sale.
tfJD

A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services,
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn

Need Help? Excellent care for your elder,
16 years experience. References
available. Call 584-5165 Please leave
message and number. Part time preferred.
11/8-11/10
Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, seep-& mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & j r ,Ti.:h Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477
11/3-12/27
STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Eiil i les iil"
Call Piii Bi. 3t-''
.838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB

TIMBER WOLF TREE SERVICE. LLC
Tree trimming & Tree Removal.
James Harrell & Wayne Morgan
26 years combined experience.
Licensed & Insured, '
Line Clearance Certified.
Phone: (850)962-9069 Cell: (850)210-4761:
10/13tf


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY, ,
& CARPET .
CLEANING
'Dries in 3-4 hours -
584-CLEAN ,-
(584-2532) .


Doctors' Memorial Hospital is, now hiring for the positions listed below. Our 48-bed
acute care facility offers a competitive salary and benefits package, retirement plan,
and flexible scheduling. Please fax resume to the Human Resources Department at
(850) 584-066.1, E-Mail to dianam@doctorsmemorial.com, or call (850) 584-0866.
linic: Intensive Care Unit:
Licensed Practical Nurse, Registered Nurse, PRN
Mayo, Full-Time


Emergency Medical Services:


Flight Paramedic; PRN


Home Health:
Registered Nurse,. Full-Time
Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunily Employer


Mea-Surq:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time, 7P, PRN
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN; 7P

Surgical Services:
OR Tech, Full-Time
Certified Nursing Assistant, Full-Time


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RNs & LPNs

All Shifts


CNAs

3-11 Shifts

Sue Love, Director of Nursing




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$55,000 $200,000

Eagle's Nest Homes can give you all the advantages
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IISEVICE M1SVI


Clay Swindle, LLC
All types Remodeling Carpenter, painter
exterior & interior, Licensed & insured,
experienced. Free estimates. Call 850-
223-1780 or 843-1941
10I20tfCS

Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
9/29-12/29

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
-Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM


CARPET & VINYL,
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR
Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 years
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
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MOM & POP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579
9/1tf


Jones Towing
You call...we haul!
(8501371-1870


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In -he Circuit CoupI of the mird Juaicial
C:rcui of Florida, in and for Toylor
County, Florica.
Case No 06-691-DR
Laish'a P Parerson,
Peti-ioner/wife
and
Michael Louis Smith,
Respondent/ husband.
Nonce of Suit
To. Georgre Keochis
13263 Chamoerloin Avenue
Largo, Florida 33774
or
Michael Louis Smith
4254 Bench Mark Trace
Tallahassee, FL
Your are hereby notified that a Petitioner
for dissolution of marriage has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or other
pleadings to the petitioner's attorney,
Conrad C. Bishop. Jr., Post Office Box
167, Perry, Florida 32347, and file the
original answer or pleading in The office
of the Clerk of the above-named Court
on or before the 27th day of
December, 2006.


If yu'foil o oo00 so, judgrmen oy defaulT
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demondea in the peti-on.
Witness my nond and official seal mnis 26
day of October, 2006.
Annie Mae Murpny
Clerk of rhe Circuit Court
By Marti Lovolle
Depu y Cleik
11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22

In Tne Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit, .
In and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No: 2006-725-CP
in Re: The Estate of Peggy Jean
Edwards, Deceased.
Notice to Creditors
The administration of the estate of
Peggy Jean Edwards, deceased,
whose date of death was August 28,
2006, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Taylor County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Taylor County"
Courthouse, Post Office Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348. The name and address of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are


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Havana, Florida 32333
Roy Edwards
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John Weed PA
605 South Jefferson
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