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Title: Taco times
Portion of title: Taylor County times
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Language: English
Publisher: Perry Newspapers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Publication Date: 8/10/2011
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
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August 102011 50th year, No. 31
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Tax free



Aug. 12

For parents and students
finishing up their back-to-
school shopping, Florida's
sales tax holiday on clothing
and school supplies will be this
Friday through Sunday, Aug.
According to the Florida
Department of Revenue, the
sales tax exemption applies to
each eligible item of clothing
selling for $75 or less and to
each eligible school supply
item selling for $15 or less.
For the purpose of the
exemption, clothing is any
"wearing apparel," including
footwear (although not skis,
swim fins, roller blades or
skates). The exemption,
however, does not include
watches, watchbands, jewelry,
umbrellas, handkerchiefs or
sporting equipment.
School supplies, meanwhile,
include pens, pencils, erasers,
crayons, notebooks, notebook
filler paper, legal pads, binders,
lunch boxes, construction paper,
markers, folders, poster board,
composition books, poster
paper, scissors, cellophane tape,
glue, paste, rulers, computer
disks, protractors, compasses
and calculators.
Please see page 3

Artist Blondheim
to speak at library
Landscape artist Linda
Blondheim will be the guest
speaker at the Friends of the
Taylor County Public Library on
Monday, Aug. 29.
Blondheim lives in Gainesville
and works primarily in acrylics.
Her works have been featured
in museums and galleries
in Alabama, Florida and
Blondheim paints landscapes
of the South and specializes in
natural scenes as well as rural
farms and ranches.
The program will begin at
5:30 p.m. at the library, which
is located at 403 N. Washington
St. The public is invited to attend
this free event.

Perry Primary School
to hold registration
next week
Perry Primary School will
be holding registration on the
following days and times: Aug.
15-17 and 19 (Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday) from
8-11 a.m. and 12-2:30 p.m.; and
Aug. 18 (Thursday) from 9-11
a.m. and 12-2:30 p.m.
Please call 838-2506 for more

Wednesday 94

40% 76

Thursday 990

40% 760

Living ....................... A-4
Religion.................... A-6
Sports...................... A-7
Community .............. B-1
Editorial ................... B-3
Classifieds............... B-4

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Arrests lead

to recovery of

stolen property

Two men from Perry were
caught attempting to steal a
$60,000 John Deere skid steer
in Mayo Tuesday, Aug. 2, and
both face charges of grand theft
and conspiracy to deal in stolen
The suspects, Garrett Ashton,
Arrowood, 22, and a 16-year-
old juvenile, have also been
linked to a rash of thefts here,
Taylor County Sheriff's Office
(TCSO) Capt. Ron Rice said.
"We are actively working the
investigation as hard as we can
to recover a number of stolen
items. We will be filing charges
on these two and at least two
more suspects," he said.
To date, the department has
recovered two four-wheelers
and "are in the process of
getting other things. We are
contacting the victims ourselves
and returning the property as we
get it.

"From what we know, these
were thefts of opportunity.
The suspects were apparently
driving up and down the roads
'shopping.' They would see
things they wanted to steal, and
then would go back and take
it. I would encourage residents
to take their valuables (ATVs,
lawn mowers, motorcycles,
etc.) and get them out of sight
from the highways and roads.
Keep these things secured out
of sight," Rice said.
The Lafayette arrest was
triggered by information
received by investigators last
Tuesday that led them to believe
that a possible theft might
occur at Keen Forrest
"The sheriff's office
contacted Clinton Keen, owner
of Keen Forrest Management,
,,"* Please see page 2

$350,000 secured

for home rehabs,

down payments

Next week Taylor County will
begin accepting applications
for State Housing Initiatives
Partnership (SHIP) down-
payment assistance as well as
rehabilitation projects.
Although local officials
were first told they would not
receive any SHIP funding once
again this year, Taylor County
was one of a number of rural
counties in Florida to ultimately
receive $350,000, according
to Grants Coordinator Melody
Applications for homeowners

will be available beginning
Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Taylor
County Extension Office
located in Forest Capital Hall,
203 Forest Park Dr.
Earlier this year, the county
completed the last project on
its waiting list, Cox said. This
will be the first time the county
has taken applications for SHIP
rehab projects in years.
Unlike previous years,
however, SHIP will not fund
demolition and new construction
"* Please see page 3

New reefs

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One of 452 fisheries conservation reefs lowered to the Gulf floor during May and
June in the Steinhatchee Fisheries Management Area, (Photos by Keith Mille, FWC)

Reef project focuses on fisheries

conservation and public fishing

Special to the TacoTimes
In late July, a new round
of artificial reef construction
off the Taylor County coast
was approved for funding by
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Many volunteers from the
Taylor County Reef Committee
and the Taylor County Reef
Research Team participated
in planning and preparing a
proposal to FWC which was
submitted in March with help
from Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox.
Another grant application
was submitted independently
by the artificial reef permit
holder, the University of
Florida, to finish construction
of fisheries conservation
reefs within the Steinhatchee
Fisheries Management Area
(SFMA). FWC agreed to fund
both projects as a coordinated

reef-building effort under one
contract to Taylor County.
Approximately 90 reefs
will be built for a total cost of
$172,000. Of those, 48 will be
built for fisheries conservation,
while the remainder will be
built for public fishing. This
will more than double the
tonnage currently in the SFMA
fishing reef zone, where four
reef sites designed for fishing
were constructed in 2007.
Surveys there by Keith Mille
and Bill Horn (FWC scientists)
in June recorded at least a
dozen species of fish including
cubbyu, tomtate, white grunt,
sheepshead, black sea bass,
hogfish and a few gag grouper.
A more recent July report from
a bottom angler reported good
catches of white grunt, black
sea bass and flounder from
the public reefs. The new reef
construction will add material
at several of these sites and
'. Please see page 8

A recently placed
conservation reef being
inspected by Dr. Bill
Lindberg, the UF-IFAS Sea
Grant fisheries habitat
specialist who designed
and oversaw development
of the Steinhatchee
Fisheries Management

2011 fund-raising campaign

Knowles, Parker take the lead for United Way

After leading a record-setting
campaign, Taylor County
United Way Chair Paul Dyal
officially passed the gavel to his
successors, Pam Rigoni-Parker
and Charlton Knowles.
Schools Superintendent Dyal
was on hand Tuesday morning
to present Parker and Knowles
with their United Way t-shirts
at Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union, where both are
Last year the campaign raised
$267,000 from local donations,
capping a year when increased
giving was met with increased
"I enjoyed my tenure as
chairperson and it's always
good when you can pass the
gavel to two people you know
will do even better," Dyal said.
"I just want to say thank you
to all of the team members who
worked on the campaign."
"We look forward to joining
with the successful program
that United Way is and being a
part of the great work it does,"
Knowles said.
"It's obviously a challenging
time but that just means we
have to step up to the plate
and challenge others to do the
"It's not only a challenging
time in a giving sense, it's also
in a needs sense," Rigoni-Parker
"Having served on the board
for five years, I'm looking
forward to serving as co-chair."
Asking the community to
support this year's campaign,
the pair emphasized the fact that
all funds raised in Taylor County
are spent in Taylor County.

In related news, Taylor
County volunteers recently
completed the United Way of
the Big Bend (UWBB) Taylor
community-investment process,
and the $267,000 will soon be
distributed to 20 human-service
agencies that provide services in

services for local people in need
throughout the year," United
Way Campaign Associate
Glenda Hamby said.
"The allocation process is
a very gratifying experience,
and by learning the needs
in the community, we are


we allocate stays in Taylor
County helps me understand
we're really making a difference
here. This is why our annual
campaign is so important.
We see our gifts at work in
our community during this
investment process."


Last year's Taylor County United Way Chairman Paul Dyal (center) officially passed
the gavel Tuesday morning to this year's co-chairs Charlton Knowles and Pam Rigoni-
Parker, presenting the pair with t-shirts to mark the occasion. The county's United
Way fund-raising efforts support 20 organizations which provide services here.

Taylor County.
"A group of knowledgeable
Taylor volunteers spent many
hours at Capital City Bank in
Perry to ensure the $267,111
was allocated in a fair and
unbiased manner so that these

given solutions from different
agencies," said Scott Barton,
Taylor County allocations chair.
"We are then able to provide
those agencies with the financial
support they desperately need to
make those services available.

select agencies can provide Knowing that every dollar that

The Taylor County
Community Investment Team
included June Evans, retired
payroll officer for Taylor
County School Board; Scott
Barton, engineer at Buckeye
Florida; Alyce Watkins, retired
elementary teacher from Perry

Primary School; Debbie Bassett,
Taylor County president of
Capital City Bank; and Sara
Grambling, patient accounting
director for Doctors' Memorial
"The team's agency review
process includes several
components that take time to
complete properly," Hamby
said. "Taylor agencies as well
as new applicants submit an
application to remain or become
a UWBB agency for the county.
This application is comprised of
a description of their programs
offered to clients, numbers of
clients served in that county,
how the lives of their local
clients change for the better
because of their programs,
budget information on the
agency, and a list of their board
of directors.
"The team also studies their
budgets and hears testimonials
from clients and/or agency
volunteers. Upon completion,
they determine which agencies
and how much will be funded
for that particular year."
The Taylor County agencies
supported by the United Way,
their telephone numbers and the
types of services they offer are
as follows:
2-1-1 Big Bend, (211), 24-
hour crisis, suicide and HIV/
AIDS hotline;
Ability 1st, (850-575-9621),
Assistance to persons with
Alzheimer's Project, (850-
386-2778), Full range of
resource services including
counseling, referral and support
,.* Please see page 3

A-2 Taco Times August 10, 2011

New team provides

services for victims

of sexual assault

Taylor County has a new
Sexual Trauma & Assault
Response Team (START)
which consists of a number of
professionals working together
to provide services to victims
of sexual assault and bring
perpetrators of sexual assault to
Funded by a federal grant,
START members include
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH), Refuge House, the state
attorney's office, Taylor County
Sheriff's Office, Taylor County
Health Department, Guardian
ad Litem and the Perry Police
"This is a new service for
Taylor County and is the
first START group in a rural
county. START members are
receiving training on sexual
assault response and evidence

collection. The training,
coupled with a collaborative
team, will tremendously
improve the sexual assault
response in Taylor County,"
START Chair Elise Blair
Anyone who is interested
in joining the group should
contact Refuge House at 584-
"The National Institute
of Justice recognizes the
effectiveness of such programs.
Statistics indicate that these
teams can enhance the quality of
care for women who have been
sexually assaulted, improve the
quality of forensic evidence,
increase law enforcement's
ability to collect information,
file charges and refer to
prosecution, and increase
prosecution rates."

START aims to enhance the quality of care for women
who have been sexually assaulted.

Suspects targeted

$60,000 machine

Continued from page 1
and informed him of what we
believed. With his permission,
the Lafayette County Sheriff's
Office staked out the shop
where it was believed the theft
might occur," Rice said.
"At approximately 11 p.m., a
vehicle matching the description
that we had been given-a blue
Jeep Cherokee-pulled into the
driveway of Keen's shop and
backed up to the trailer that a
machine (a John Deere skid
steer) was loaded on. While
trying to hook up the trailer,
the subjects noticed vehicles
coming down C.R. 53, so they
pulled up from the trailer so
as to not look suspicious. At
this time, the sheriff's office
conducted a felony take down
on the vehicle and arrested the
two occupants," Rice related.
The John Deere tractor

was valued at approximately
$60,000 and the trailer it
was located on was valued at
approximately $5,200.
"It was learned in post arrest
interviews that the subjects
already had a buyer for the
machine and that they were
going to deliver it to the buyer in
Madison that same night. After
the arrest, investigators from
the TCSO and Madison County
Sheriff's Office sat in on the
interviews with the two subjects.
The information obtained in
these interviews helped to solve
multiple burglaries and thefts in
these two counties," Rice said.
Arrowood was charged with
grand theft and conspiracy to
deal in stolen property. He is
being held in the Lafayette
County Jail on a $20,000
The second suspect was
booked on the same charges and
released to his mother.

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A-3 Taco Times August 10, 2011
Saturday, Aug. 27

TCHS Class of 1976


be accessible to people who use independently. Goodwill Industries--Big
wheelchairs and other mobility Ground-breaking ceremonies Bend, Inc., will operate the
aids. for the 15 one-and-two- complex.
Each apartment will have bedroom apartments were held To apply for an apartment call
wide doorways, lowered in March. The project is being (850) 576-7145 in Tallahassee.
counters, roll-in showers funded and subsidized by the Applications are also
and other features that allow U.S. Department of Housing available at the Goodwill Store
people with disabilities to live and Urban Development. in Perry.

Funds benefit Red Cross, FCA,

Healthy Start & Refuge House

Continued from page 1
America's Second Harvest
of the Big Bend, (850-562-
3033), Provides surplus food
to the needy through nonprofit
American Red Cross -
Capital Area Chapter, (850-
878-6080), Disaster, health,
safety, emergency, volunteer,
youth, military services;
Big Bend Cares, (850-
656-2437), Provides education
and comprehensive support to
people infected with or affected
Big Bend Hospice, (850-
878-5310), Patient/family
hospice care and bereavement;
Boy Scouts of America -
Suwannee River Area Council,
(850-576-4146), Youth
leadership development and
prevention programs;
Boys and Girls Club of
North Central Florida, (850-


available Aug.

16 at Forest

Capital Hall
Continued from page 1
projects, as the Florida
Legislature implemented a
one-year prohibition on state
funding being used for new
construction beginning July 1,
Cox said.
For the homebuyer assistance
program, the maximum amount
of SHIP funds that may be
awarded per unit is $10,000; the
maximum is not awarded to all
applicants. Homebuyers may
not have claimed homestead
exemption in the last three
years (excluding mobile
homes). Mobile homes and
rental properties are not eligible
for assistance.
As for rehabilitation projects,
the maximum amount of SHIP
funds that may be awarded per
unit is $25,000; the maximum
may not be awarded to all
According to Cox, the purpose
of the program is to "provide
repairs or improvements
needed for safety and sanitary
rehabilitation and/or correction
of code violations."
The homeowner must claim
homestead exemption and the
home must be occupied to be
considered for rehabilitation.
Applicants are limited to
assistance once every 10 years.
Mobile homes and rental
properties are again not eligible
for assistance.
All areas of the county are
eligible for SHIP assistance,
including within the City of
For additional information,
contact Marilee Wolfe,
project manager of Meridian
Community Services Group,
Inc., at 866-484-1975.

Books are

not exempt

Continued from page 1
Books are not exempt from
sales tax, except for those books
which are always exempt, such
as Bibles.
A list of exempted items
can be found online at dor.

584-8448), Activities and
education for our youth
Brehon Institute for Family
Services, (850-656-7110),
Shelter for homeless pregnant
women, services for at-risk
Early Learning Coalition of
the Big Bend, (850-385-0551),
Provides early learning and
school readiness programs for
Elder Care Services, (850-
921-5554), Comprehensive
programs for senior citizens in
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, (850-383-1144),
Serves middle and high school
students and aims to teach
honesty, respect for authority,
racial harmony, selflessness,
sexual responsibility, and

substance abuse prevention;
Healthy Start Coalition,
(850-948-2741), Support
services and resources for
parents and children;
Girl Scout Council of
the Apalachee Bend, (850-
386-2131), Camps and other
programs to encourage healthy
Needy Children's
School Fund, (850-838-
2520), Provides services to
low-income students in the
Taylor County School
Refuge House (850-681-
2111), Assistance for victims of
domestic and sexual violence,
including safe shelter and
24-hour crisis hotline;
Special Olympics Taylor
County, (850-487-9855),

Provides Olympic-style sports
training, athletic competition
for children and adults with
intellectual disabilities;
Taylor Leadership Council,
(850-584-3313), Provides
valuable social services,
recreational opportunities, and
educational programs; and
Taylor County Senior
Citizens Center, (850-584-
4924), Comprehensive program
for senior citizens in need.
For more information about
becoming a UWBB volunteer
or the agencies funded in this
process, please call Glenda
Hamby at 850-414-0861 or
Arnold McKay at 850-414-
For more county information,
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to hold 35th reunion
The Taylor County High School (TCHS) Class of 1976 will be
host its 35th class reunion Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Catholic Parish
Hall, starting at 7 p.m.
The cost is $10 per person. For more information contact one
of the following individuals: Tammy (Holton) Graham at graham.
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123 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fi. 32347 850-584-2247
\Mon. Fri. 9 an. 6 p.m. Sat. 9 amn. 5 p.m.* Closed Sundayv

Perry Village, the new
apartment complex built by
Goodwill Industries--Big Bend
Inc., is accepting applications
for apartments from people who
have physical disabilities and
very low incomes.
All units in the complex will


Members of the Taylor County High School
Class of 1987 are invited to join us on Facebook as
we plan for our upcoming 25-year class reunion.
Look for the page "Taylor County High
School, Perry, FL--Class of 1987" or e-mail

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Commencement was Saturday

*h Spradley earns B.S.

in criminology at FSU

Marcus Spradley

Marcus Spradley graduated from Florida State University on
Saturday, Aug. 6, in commencement ceremonies held in the
Tallahassee/Leon Civic Center in Tallahassee.
He was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in criminology,
with a minor in social work.
Spradley is the son of Randy Spradley of Perry and the late Sheri
Adams Spradley.
His grandparents are Bill and Linda Adams, and Wayne and
Dean Spradley, all of Perry.
Currently employed with Andrews Drugs, Spradley plans to
enroll in the Law Enforcement Academy in Madison this Fall.
His future goal is to pursue employment with the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement. Spradley is a 2006 graduate of
Taylor County High School.

McElveen, Hernandez to marry Aug. 18

Dori McElveen and Juan Hernandez request by a reception.
your presence at their wedding on Thursday, All friends and relatives of the couple are
Aug. 18, at 3 p.m. in Charity Baptist Church. "cordially invited to join in celebrating our
The ceremony will begin at 3 p.m., followed special day."

Adams, Borklund to say vows on Saturday

Kristy Adams and Reece Borklund remind
friends and relatives of their wedding Saturday,
Aug. 13, at 5 p.m. in Perry First Church of God.

This story is for all you
animal lovers. Come along
with me as I introduce you to
Lilah Jane, the Wonder Cat. I
pretend to be her proud owner
but in reality, she owns me.
The Walker household has a
long history as cat owners.
Some of them has been a joy,
some have left a more
unpleasant memory, but none
has measured up to Lilah Jane.
She arrived at our house some
three years ago when
granddaughter Megan rescued
her from the Walmart parking
lot. She was a scrawny, grey
striped bit of fur that had a
meow that sounded like a
freight train. The longest part
of her body was her swishing
tail that curled like a new-born
pig's tail. There was absolutely
nothing appealing about her. I
took one look at her and said,
"she looks like a garbage-can
cat." Megan, always the
champion of all homeless
creatures, cuddled her close
and remarked, "she's sweet
Gma and she needs us."
Megan had perfected the
method of convincing me since
she had worked this plan from

A reception will follow the ceremony in the
Parish Hall of Immaculate Conception Catholic

Lilah Jane,

the Wonder Cat

the time she was a toddler. I
knew it was a losing battle to
protest, so I put on my long-
suffering face and said okay,
"she can stay."
The first night was a
nightmare as we tried to sleep
to the tune of hisses and growls
between the new arrival and
our other cat Lalah Daisy.
Daisy was determined to show
the new kid her place of
importance in the household

and from the sound of her
disapproval the place she rated
was; somewhere else!!
It took a few days, but
eventually Lilah learned the
routine. And wonder of
wonders, she became a model
child. She caught on to the litter
box idea and the feeding bowl
was her favorite place. Her
skinny body began to fill out
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PWC supports 'Back To School Bash'
The Perry Woman's Club recently presented a check to Premier Medical Pediatric
Clinic Staff to assist with the purchase of school supplies for the 'Back to School'
Bash held Saturday, Aug. 6. Accepting the check from Doris Galindo-Lepoma, far
right, are members of the staff that put the 'Bash" together: (from left to right)
Donna Smith, Kim Kirk, Brittney Strickland and Jennifer Slaughter.

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Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
Taylor County Grants Office
Announces the Availability of
State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Funds
for the State Fiscal Year 2011/2012
Taylor County has been allocated $350,000 in SHIP funds to include 10% for administrative costs for the use of strategies
that are approved in the Local Housing Assistance Plan. These strategies include Home Buyer Assistance, Housing
Rehabilitation and Disaster Mitigation/Recovery. The demolition/new construction strategy is restricted per the Legislature's
one-year prohibition on state funding being used for new construction beginning July 1,2011. Applicants are selected and
approved on a first-come, first-qualified basis. The strategies are as follows:
Home Buyer Assistance Strategy
The purpose of this strategy is to provide down payment assistance and principle reduction to all eligible home
buyers. The maximum amount of SHIP funds that may be awarded per unit is $10,000; the maximum is not
awarded to all applicants. Homebuyers may not have claimed homestead exemption In the last three years (this
excludes mobile homes). Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
Housing Rehabilitation Strategy
The purpose of this strategy is to provide repairs or improvements needed for safety and sanitary rehabilitation
and/or correction of code violations. The maximum amount of SHIP funds that may be awarded per unit is
$25,000; the maximum may not be awarded to all applicants. The homeowner must claim homestead exemption
and the home must be occupied to be considered for rehabilitation. Applicants are limited to assistance once
every (10) years. Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
SDisaster Mitigation/Recovery
The Disaster Strategy provides assistance to households following a natural disaster as declared by the President
of the United States or Governor of the State of Florida. In the event of a disaster, the County will provide funds
to assist in paying deductibles, necessary repairs not covered by insurance and necessary repairs for individuals
with no home owner insurance up to the maximum amount of $5,000 per participant. The maximum amount may
not be awarded to all applicants. Mobile homes and rental properties are not eligible for assistance.
We will be distributing applications beginning Tuesday August 16, 2011. at the following address between the hours of
9:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Applications will NOT be available prior to August 16,2011.

Taylor County Extension Office 203 Forest Park Drive Perry, FL 32348
For additional information please contact Marilee Wolfe, Project Manager of Meridian Community Services
Group, Inc., at (866) 484-1975 (Toll Free).

Families celebrate

first birthday for

Tanner Levi Connell

Tanner Levi Connell, the son of Kellie Sims and
Chris Connell, will celebrate his first birthday on
Thursday, Aug. 11.
Maternal grandparents of the soon-to-be one-year-
old are Tracy Morgan and Peter Sims.
His great grandparents are Robert and Joan Crush,
Soloman Jr. Sims and Paulette Clark.
Paternal grandparents are Farry Sheral Snipes and
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A-5 Taco Times August 10, 2010

'There is a human' inside this cat...

Continued from page 4
and her dull gray fur took on a
Right about here is when she

began her campaign to claim
me as her own. She did it
without begging or pushing
herself on me.
Looking back now I
remember it started with her
eye contact. I would be busy
with everyday stuff and I would
feel her stare boring into my
back. I began to notice an
interesting thing about her
beautiful green eyes; there was
an unusual intelligence in her
gaze that appeared to be more

than the look of, "a garbage-can
cat." She took on the role of my
shadow. Never pushy, just there
within looking distance of me
as if she wanted to carry on a
conversation with me.
So, being the verbal person I
am, I talked to her. Before long
she started to answer me back
with a variation of cat sounds.
Our conversations extended to
talks on the front porch with
her curled up in my lap.
Somehow, she knew she had
me when I began to call her
over on a regular basis. It
became our special bonding
time. As I took the time to
know her I realized she was
way beyond a cat sitting atop a
garbage can, she was a unique
animal with a precious
personality. Our relationship
grew and she blossomed into a
gorgeous cat with many talents
and gifts.
One talent that I had never
witnessed in any of our other
cats was her eating habits. Most
of her food was eaten from her
paws as she picked the food up
to put it in her mouth. When
dinner is over she washes her
paws in her water dish and
gives them a good drying with
her tongue. It reminds me of a
raccoon's eating style. Another
talent is her soccer playing
ability. A piece of crumpled
paper thrown toward her means
the game is on. She is 100
percent accurate in returning

the paper ball. Her game
improves every day and she is a
willing player with anyone. All
you need to do is roll the paper
into a ball. The sound alerts her
and the fun begins.
We have learned her greatest
talent is not her eating style nor
her sports ability. Her greatest
talent is her gift of love. She
can sense when someone is
feeling low and needs the
comfort of her warm body
snuggled close to them. She
lays her head against you and
speaks with gentle eyes and
soft cooing sounds to make the
hurt go away. I've seen her
work her magic on family and
friends. She just knows when
it's needed and she is there to
I am convinced there is a
human inside her beautiful gray
body. A special angel sent to
our family via Walmart. She
has shown us how to share the
gift of caring. Not only that but
she has shown me it is so
wrong to judge anyone by their
outside cover. When I first
looked at her all I saw was a
"garbage-can cat," but she has
shown me she is so much more
than I saw at first glance. She
is an important part of this
family, sharing her talents and
gifts and giving us joy beyond
measure. I am so glad I decided
to take another look at the
treasure in front of me. If not, I
would have missed so much.

Scott (center) was the inaugural recipient of "The Bertha Lee Washington-
Mother Dear Award" presented by granddaughters Shatrela Washington (left),
Kamala Lawrence (right) and daughter Lavota Washington (center back).

Scott was first to receive

Bertha Washington Award

Erica Scott was the inaugural recipient of "The
Bertha Lee Washington-Mother Dear Award,"
presented July 17 at Springhill Missionary
Baptist Church.
As organizers explain, "Mrs. Bertha Lee
Washington--affectionately known as Mother
Dear--was all about family and helping others.
"The love, devotion, dedication and support
she provided gave a strong will and desire in her
descendants to continue the service she began.
She lived by the motto: 'Helping others to be
happy is my life's goal.'
"Therefore, The Bertha Lee
Washington-Mother Dear Award is designed to
carry on the legacy of a loving matriarch.
"She was a faithful servant in the home, church
and community. Mother Dear was a strong
advocate of education and provided assistance to
others in continuing their pursuit, especially if

they were planning to attend Florida A & M
"Always striving to be helpful, now the life she
lived speaks for her; the service she gave follows
after her, and the work she did is continued in her
"This award is given to encourage others in
their pursuit of life and service to God, family
and community."
The award was presented during the
anniversary service of Springhill Missionary
Baptist Church.
Scott, a 2011 honor graduate of Taylor County
High School, will be attending Florida A&M
University in the fall.
Scott said the award provided her with a
certificate as well as a Lenovo (IBM) laptop
computer with software to assist in her studies at


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Athena Baptist observes

its 114th Homecoming

Athena Baptist Church will observe Homecoming for the 114th
time on Sunday, Aug. 14, beginning at 10:30 a.m.
A former pastor of the church, the Rev. J. Rice, will be the
featured speaker. He currently serves Wilson Creek Missionary
Church in Ashland, Ky.
Special music for the occasion will be presented by the
Cavaliers Quarter. Everyone is invited to attend.

Back To School...brings flurry of activities

Puppets present 'Black Light
Lakeside Baptist Church invites everyone to their "Black Light
Special" on Sunday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. A special "black light
performance" is planned by the youth puppet ministry, The
Popcorn Gang. The community is invited.

Give-away slated by ministers
The Perry Alliance of Ministers and Pastors will hold a Back
To School Give-Away on Saturday, Aug. 13, from 10 a.m. until
1 p.m. at Jerkins Community Center.
In addition to supplies, the group hopes to share health and
insurance information, and details on changes in the coming
school year. "We are here for the community," organizers said.

Obituaries .

Carol Littrel
Carol Littrel Albritton, 61,
died in Tallahassee\ on Aug. 6,
Coming from Kentucky, she
was a longtime resident of
Perry and a member of New
Home Baptist Church. She was
the daughter of James Connor
Littrell and Betty Sneed
Littrell. She worked as an
administrative aide for the
Attorney General's office.
Survivors include her
husband of 42 years, Buddy
Albritton; two sons, Michael
Shawn Albritton and William
Scott Albritton, both of Perry;
two brothers, James Lewis
Littrell of Vernon, Ky., and
Stoney Layne Anderson of
She was predeceased by a
son, Stacy Layne Albritton.
Services will be held today,
Aug. 10, at Beggs Funeral
Home at 11 a.m. Visitation will
be held prior to service at 10
Beggs Funeral Home, Pery
Chapel is in charge of
arrangements. ,

Mary Lee Bennett
Mary Lee Bennett, age 72,
died on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011,
at Capital Regional Medical
Center in Tallahassee.
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County, and
the daughter of the late Willie
William Tuten and Sally
Wilcox DeVane. Mrs. Bennett
was a beautician and a number
of the First Assembly ofpod.

She is survived by three
daughters: Rhonda Corbin
Newman of Salem, Glenda
Corbin Valentine and Brenda
Woods Miller, both of Perry;
one brother, Clarence Alford, of
Atlanta, Ga.; five
grandchildren, and two great
Funeral services will be held
at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home
on Thursday, Aug. 11, at 11
a.m. with David Stephens
Interment will follow at
Woodlawn Cemetery. Family
members will receive friends at
Burns Funeral Home this
evening, Aug. 10, from 6-8

Marlin Franklin
Marlin Franklin Williams,
86, of Perry died Aug. 4, 2011.
He was born May 15, 1925 in
Seattle, Wash., but had been a
resident of Perry since 1978.
He was a pastor for 25 years
and had also served in the U.S.
Navy, a veteran of World War
He survived by his wife of 65
years Hler Merle Williams, of
Perry; a daughter, Patricia
McNeely of Apopka; a son,
Gary Williams of Perry; a
brother, Lauren Williams of
Great Falls, Mont.; two sisters,
Maxine Lyerly and Gerry
Cunningham, both of Seattle;
six grandchildren; 11 great
grandchildren; and two great
great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Frank and Anna

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Saturday, August 13, 2-4 pm
at Friendship Baptist Church.
All friends and family are
warmly invited,
no gifts please.

In Loving Memory of Our Precious Mother
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Who walked through Heaven's gates on October 6, 2008.

Happy Birthday Mom
August 9, 1938
We thought of you today, but that is nothing new. We thought of
you yesterday, and will tomorrow, too. We think of you in silence
and may no word show, for what it means to lose you only those
who love you know. Remembering you is easy, we do it every
day. It's the heartache of losing you that will never go away.
We love and miss you with each and every passing day,
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Williams, and a brother,
Sherman Williams, all of
A graveside service was held
at Pineview Memorial Gardens
on Monday, Aug. 8, at 10 a.m
with David Fleming,

Sheila Diane
Rowell Mitchell
Sheila Diane Rowell
Mitchell. age 51, died on
Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
after an extended illness.
She was born in Ocala to
Early Eugene Rowell and
Ramona Romel McLeod
Rowell. Coming from Ocala,
she had lived in Perry since
Mrs. Mitchell had worked at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital as
a Registered Nurse since 1993.
She was a member of the
Carholic Church of the
Ihimaculate Conception where
she also taught Sunday School.
She is survived by her

parents, Eugene and Mona
Rowell, of Williston; her
husband of 18 years, Jim
Mitchell, of Perry; mother-in-
law, Alice Mitchell, of
Summerfield; two daughters,
Michayla and Maria Mitchell,
of Perry; one step-daughter,
Jennifer Morris, of Fort Riley,
Kan.; two step-sons, Charles
Mitchell of Quantico, Va., and
Sean Mitchell, Saline, Mi.; one
brother, Michael Rowell, of
Royston, Ga.; numerous other
relatives and friends.
The family recieved friends
Friday, Aug. 5, from 6-8 p.m. at
Burns Funeral Home Chapel.
Funeral Services were held at
the Catholic Church of the
Immaculate Conception on
Saturday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m.
Father Bernie Jakubco MSC,

Katie Bell Dryden
Katie Bell Dryden, age 76,
died Aug. 4, 2011, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital
She was born in Edmond,
Okla., to Ed and Dovie Owen

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Funeral services were held at
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Family members recieved
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A-7 Taco Times August 10, 2011

practice for Bulldogs

Nearly 90 Taylor County
High football players have
enjoyed an "energetic and
positive" start to fall practice
which got underway Monday
with two-a-day drills, according
to new Bulldog Head Coach
Steve Price.
Price, who is beginning
preparation for his first season
at the Bulldog helm, served two
years as defensive coordinator
before being named head coach
earlier this summer when Shane

Boggs took a job in his home
county in Tennessee.
Price said he counted 87
players out Monday, including
about 25 incoming 9th graders.
All will be competing for playing
time on both the varsity and
junior varsity when the season
rolls around in a few weeks.
"The kids have worked
extremely hard through the
first three practices. They know
what they have the ability to do
and they are working to achieve

it," Price said.
The Bulldogs went
undefeated (10-0) in the regular
season last year and completed
the season with a narrow 14-7
loss to Pensacola Catholic in
the regional finals of the state
Pensacola lost the following
week by a touchdown to
eventual state champs Trinity
Catholic of Ocala.
In a little over two weeks,
that same Trinity Catholic team

Bulldog quarterback Eli Grambling (1 5) returns for his senior season this fall with "a
mature" group of juniors and seniors to back him up.
Tampa Bay opens pre-season Friday

will travel to Perry to face the
Bulldogs in the annual pre-
season kickoff classic.
In addition to Trinity
Catholic, the Bulldogs will
also face another of the state's
elite programs this season in
Madison, which has been absent
from the TCHS schedule for
several years.
"We feel like we're a good
football team and we deserve to
be playing with those types of
teams," Price said.
The recent addition of
Beau Johnson as defensive
coordinator has been a positive
experience for the kids and
coaching staff, Price said.
"Beau has a way of interacting
with the kids and they have
really enjoyed it," Price said.
Price's team started fall
practice Monday following
a productive summer of
weight room work and 7-on-7
The Bulldogs matched
up well with NFC, Madison
and Wakulla during weekly
tournaments, then placed second
in the Wakulla invitational.
They then completed the
summer league with the Colquitt
County (Ga.) tournament which
featured several dozen of the
South's top high school teams.
The Bulldogs' record was 4-5
with four games being lost by
three points or less.
Two-a-day practices will
end Thursday when the team is
allowed to put on pads and have
contact for the first time.

Blount poised to begin second NFL season

Former Taylor County High for 1,007 yards making him
standout LeGarrette Blount is only the second undrafted
the top running back on the rookie free agent in NFL history
Tampa Bay Buccaneers' depth to break the 1,000-yard rushing
phaiqs. e team prepares for mark, ..
the start of the 2011 season. The Bucs are looking to the
Blount's amazing rookie big back (6-1, 247 pounds) to
season last year saw him rush carry much of the load in the

Rec league registration

continues through Friday

Registration for the Perry
Recreation Department's
flag football, tackle football
and cheerleading leagues is
underway and will continue
through Friday, Aug. 12.
Sign-up packets are available
at the Fair Store, Hibbett's
Sporting Goods, City Hall,
City Fire Department (until 9
each night), Sports Complex

upcoming season.
He only started in seven
games last season but now has
that rookie year behind him as
well as several weeks of pre-
season workouts to improve his
game and learn the system.
Last year, Blount did not join
the Bucs until early September
after he was claimed off waivers
from the Tennessee Titans as an
undrafted rookie.
He had four 100-yard rushing

games and got stronger down
the stretch, with three 100-yard
games in the final four games --
103 against the Falcons in week
13, 110 againsttheDetroit Lionys
in week 15 and 164 against the
Seahawks in Week 16.
Tampa Bay opens its pre-
season schedule this Friday at
the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. EDT
and will be aired on the Fox

(8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-
Friday), County Administrative
Complex (Old Post Office) and
online at www.cityofperry.net/
Recreation Parks.html and
Completed forms and fees
must be received at City Hall
by 5 p.m. Aug. 12. Detailed
information is included with
each packet.

Volleyball try-outs underway

Taylor County High School
volleyball try-outs began
Tuesday and will continue
through Friday, Aug. 12, at the
TCHS gymnasium from 6:30
until 8 p.m.
All upcoming 9th- 12th

graders who will be attending
Taylor County High School
or Taylor Technical Institute
in the fall are eligible to
For more information contact
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Some 450 conservation reefs deployed

Continued from page 1
build new fishing sites at other
locations within a five square
mile area.
Development of the SFMA
actually started more than
a decade ago when Mark
Dickert, a Taylor County native,
approached fisheries faculty at
the University of Florida to help
build artificial reefs offshore
from Steinhatchee. Those initial
discussions gave rise to the

concept of a major fisheries
management area. The goal is to
benefit the coastal economy by
boosting reef fish populations
that attract saltwater anglers to
the region. The site plan for the
SFMA is based on university
research and is made possible
by the FWC Artificial Reef
Just a few months ago, the
reef complex passed a major
milestone. In May and June,
452 of 500 planned "fisheries
conservation reefs" were

School supply drive continues
With school beginning in less than two weeks, the Perry Rotary Club will
begin wrapping up its second annual school supply drive next week. Club
Vice President Debbie Bassett (kneeling) is shown with Capital City Bank's
supply drive display with co-workers Andy Freeman and Natalie Morgan,
who drew the graphics. Drop boxes are located around the community,
including at Perry City Hall, Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union,
Tree Capital Credit Union, the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce,
Perry Newspapers, Doctors' Memorial Hospital, Perry Connections,
Walmart and other local businesses.

constructed. This project has
been a long-term partnership
between UF's Fisheries and
Aquatic Sciences, FWC and
local government. FWC
receives federal funding for reef
construction through the Sport
Fish Restoration Program. The
Program funds the associated
research and monitoring.
Initial reef construction
began in 2005, when a line of
40 standardized reefs were built
bracketing the Big Bend region
of Florida. These sites are
used as fisheries independent
monitoring stations intended
to aid gag stock assessments
and to evaluate the output of
conservation reefs deployed
in the management area. The
SFMA is permitted by the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers and
starts about 18 miles west of
Conservation reef
construction began in May
and, with this new grant, will
be completed in spring 2012.
All SFMA reefs are made of
concrete cubes, each weighing a
ton, with a large central cavity
sized for larger-bodied fish, like
gag grouper.
Fisheries for long-lived
reef fish like gag are typically
sustained by periodic strong
year classes, and the SFMA
is attempting to maximize
that potential. By providing
additional reef structure to
shelter juvenile gag on their
multi-year journey from
shallow water nursery habitat
(seagrasses) to deep water
spawning grounds, more of the
young fish may survive and
grow larger during a critical
bottleneck in life.
The locations of conservation
reefs were randomly spread
over a 100 square-mile-area
and GPS coordinates will
not be made public, so as to
minimize fishing pressure.
Natural hard-bottom habitat
in the SFMA is generally flat
and much of the area has a thin
veneer of sand over a limestone

The reef cubes, without
directed fishing pressure,
are expected to benefit the
gag population by providing
juveniles more refuge from

predators and currents while
also providing them greater
access to more food over a large
Dr. Fred Vose is the UF-IFAS
Taylor County Marine Agent and



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SFMA Evaluation Reefs
Suwannee Regional Reef System
Steinhatchee Fisheries Management Area
SFMA Fishing Zone
SFMA Diving Zones
Depth (ft) N
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Dr. Bill Lindberg is a Sea Grant
fisheries habitat specialist. For
further information about the
reef program, contact fvose@
ufl.edu or visit http://taylor.ifas.








The Steinhatchee Fisheries Management Area consists of some 100 square miles
(the larger triangle on the above map). In May and June, some 450 conservation
reefs were deployed in the area. State officials recently approved a grant application
to install around 40 new reefs for public fishing, which will be located in the five-
square mile area marked by the smaller triangle in the map.


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4-H day camps: Experience the adventure

4-H Extension Agent II
Ten different 4-H Day
Camps were held this summer
with more than 350 youth
participating. The camps are
a great resource for youth to
utilize during the lazy days of

their summer vacation. Each
week camp activities were
centered around a different
theme, ranging from marine
science to culinary adventures.
4-H camps help youth to begin
to realize their full potential in
many different life skill areas.

Although campers learn others.
traditional camp activities like Teen
fishing and environmental utilize
education, the most important help as
things that children learn at while
4-H camps are how to become get
independent and how to develop experie
positive relationships with Parti

counselors are also
1 during the camps to
assist with camp activities
allowing them to
hands-on leadership
cipating in camp is a

great experience for youth
because it makes them focus on
who they are away from their
comfort zone,
The experience often provides
youth with valuable skills and
knowledge that helps them
grow immensely in just a few

short days.
For more information on
4-H, please call the 4-H office
at 838-3508, e-mail lwiggins@
ufl.edu or go on-line to http://
taylor.ifas.ufl.edu. The program
also has a page on Facebook at
Taylor County 4-H Clubs.

Bradley LaValle at the
pottery wheel during Art

One day camp included a

Bradyn Johnson holding a fiddler crab at Gulf Specimen
Marine Lab

Denton Wiggins holding a
crab at the Gulf Specimen
Marine Lab

Tucker Wiles and Evan Lago

Ayana Fitchett
and Bryanne Dorman

Many day camp activities included hands-on projects in the field

Abby Fike, Abby Gail Cope, Hadley Coulter and Ryan
Thompson making homemade pizza dough

Olivia Kane, Bea Anderson, Megan Mosley and Harley
Mosley were among those making homemade jelly

One camp adventure included a trip to Wakulla Springs
State Park

Bembry's work for seniors earns

him 'Legislator of the Year' awa :

(Left to right) Carol Berkowitz, esq., senior director of regulatory and legal affairs;
Janegale M. Boyd, president and CEO of FAHSA; State Representative Leonard
Bembry; and Tom Randle, vice president of public policy and government affairs
during the recent awards ceremony held in Orlando.

With his wife Susan by his
side, State Representative
Leonard Bembry was presented
the Florida Association of
Homes and Services for the
Aging's "Legislator of the
Year" award during its annual
convention in Orlando.
Bembry was recognized for
his work with House Bill 1037
(HB 1037), which unanimously
passed the Florida House
of Representatives and the
Florida Senate during the 2011
Legislative Session, and was
later signed by the governor.
This new law provides
Florida's seniors with additional
options for care at-home, and

creates new, much-needed
jobs for more Floridians, said
FAHSA's President and CEO
Janegale Boyd.
"The law allows Florida
seniors the opportunity to
contract for Continuing Care
Retirement Communities
(CCRC's) services while still
remaining in their home. Due
to the slow economy, seniors
are not able to sell their homes
at a reasonable value to support
their lifestyle in the future.
Some seniors may want to live
in their homes longer and this
legislation will allow them to
do so by providing supportive
services. Continuing care

at-home (CCAH) will allow
seniors that reside outside the
community future access to
shelter, nursing care, or personal
services at the CCRC until they
sell their home or decide to
move. The bill will also give
seniors the ability to plan for
their future," she explained.
Bembry said he knows
how important this issue is to
Florida's seniors and has had
some experience with senior
issues since his family was
involved in building a nursing
home many years ago.
"This is a win-win for
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'Shocking and unbelievable'

how some dogs are treated

Dear Editor:
I wonder, as many other
people have commented, about
the mentality of some of the
people in Taylor County that
own animals, especially dogs.
It is shocking and unbelievable
how so many of the poor
animals are tied up in the hot
sun, left out on cold nights,
in the rain, day in and day out
without shelter.
Then there are those that are
put in a shelter and never let
out to run and exercise which
they need. With such conditions
one wonders if they are given
fresh food and water daily or
ever taken to the veterinarian
for their needed yearly shots or
especially when hurt or sick.
People from out of town are

shocked at the living conditions
of these poor animals and how
cruel some of the people here
are toward their animals. And I
must say, in all my travel, I have
never seen so many animals
mistreated as they are here.
Also, it amazes me that parents
give children animals knowing
they are not capable and won't
take care of them.
The owner should be tied
up outside in hot and cold
weather, given food and water
occasionally and let the animal
stay in the house. That would
change their way of thinking
and they would know how the
poor animal feels.
What is it with these types
of people about owning an
animal? Is it wanting to show

their power, clout, authority
over some helpless, defenseless
animal? It baffles me.
The law states, as long as
there is a shelter and no matter
how small or the condition of
the animal they can do nothing
about it. There should be a law
forbidding such ill-bred people
from owning an animal until
they are taught how to properly
take care of them.
God put mankind in charge
of all these helpless animals
knowing they could not take
care of themselves. They know
joy, sadness, hunger, pain, etc.
just as humans do and don't you
worry, just because they can't
talk, they know and God knows
when they are mistreated.
Lois Odom

Letters to the Editor

'Kudos' given to the public library

Dear Editor:
Kudos and a great big "thank
you" for the program that the
library offers to people who are
not able to get out and about.
I read a lot. I have a great
number of books but have read

them all numerous times. I
called the library and within five
days a very nice lady (I missed
her name) brought me a tote bag
of books that were down my
interest line.
This is such a great service.

Some of us are not into surfing
the Internet all day.
Just wanted them to know
how much I appreciate their
Thank you again,
Mike McGowan

Dismay over debt ceiling issue


Dear Editor:
I am writing to express
my profound dismay and
utter disbelief at the stubborn
behavior exhibited by some
members of the House of
Representatives over the
debt ceiling issue now before
Congress, namely the Tea Party
For the past few weeks,
Congress and the Obama
administration have been trying
to reach an agreement to raise
the nation's debt ceiling so the
United States government can
continue borrowing the money
it needs to pay its bills and
service its existing debts. In
the past, under administrations
of both parties, this has been
done without much of a fuss,
but on this latest round the
Republicans have elected to
use the debt ceiling vote as an
opportunity to address some
of the nation's serious fiscal
problems. Not such a bad idea,
right? With a burgeoning public
debt and a tremendous amount
of government spending with
sometimes questionable results,
I think everyone on both sides
of the aisle can agree that some
reforms are in order.
But the devil is in the details.
Two approaches to this problem
characterized the debate
over the past few weeks. The
Republicans, especially the
Tea Party faction within the
GOP, called for raising the debt
ceiling only if the bill included
extensive cuts to government
spending, including cuts to--or
restructuring of--entitlement
programs like Medicare,
Medicaid, and federal
unemployment assistance.
Such a bill would not, however,

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include any new revenue from
taxpayers, regardless of their
income. To be fair, I should
note that some Republican
leaders bent over backwards
during this debate to make
sure the most vital entitlements
stayed in place for seniors and
veterans, and at length revenues
came back onto the table in a
very limited way.
What concerns me more
is.. how vehemently the Tea
Party faction in the House
fought their mainstream
Republican colleagues over
these concessions, claiming that
the plans did not cut enough.
Through all of this, President
Obama and the Democrats
advocated a plan that mixed
smaller cuts to government

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spending in with new revenues
from reducing tax breaks and tax
loopholes for big corporations
and the wealthiest Americans.
Now I would be the last
person to say that entitlement
programs in this country are
operating anywhere near as
efficiently as they should, as
effectively as they could, or that
they have not been willfully
abused by many people. I
xoted.. for -.Republican Steve
Southerland because he seemed
to have the right idea about
how to address this problem
--cut the waste and streamline
the programs themselves. But
when I look at how he and the
Tea Party Republicans have
"-. Please see page 5

'Heartbroken' by the

transportation debate

Dear Editor:
I attended the Taylor County
School Board meeting Tuesday,
Aug. 2, with the hopes that I
would be able to address the
board with a matter concerning
my recent bid for pest control
You see I have started my
own pest control business and
have been seeking the contract
for the Taylor County Schools.
Mistakenly, I thought that my
bid would receive favor since I
was the low bid by as much as
12 percent next to the winning
bid from a pest control company
located almost two hours away
from Taylor County.
It's not that I'm incapable of

handling the magnitude of this
job because I did so for nearly
three years while working for
another company--years that, to
my knowledge, were performed
without any negative incidents.
In fact I did so with praises from
many during that period.
But let me return to the
subject of Tuesday night's
board meeting. I did not speak
at this meeting because after
listening to the board and the
public discuss the cuts to school
transportation, and how it would
affect the lives of so many
of our youth, my heart was
I heard how there are so many
programs eliminated and how
the board has done everything
they can to reduce costs. I
could not speak after knowing
how my issue was so small in
comparison to the real needs
here. And after that segment of
the meeting concluded I was
informed that the final decisions
concerning pest management
at the schools were made at the
last board meeting anyhow. And
so I left.
Still I feel the need to clear
up just a couple of issues
here. The matter involving my
business being rejected (I was
told) was due to my not yet
having a termite endorsement.
This rejection was not relevant
to the scope of work that I bid
on. The scope of work called
for GHP (general household
pests) pest management only.
In fact, termite control is bid
and contracted separately.
Furthermore, the fact that
our school system apparently
awards any and all extra add
on's to the contract holder
regardless of price isn't a cost
Please see page 5

Midweek Muddle

The subject of sandwiches came
up recently while I was having lunch
with ladies of great refinement.
"I remember mayonnaise
sandwiches," said one.
I emphasize, great refinement.
A mayonnaise sandwich--as the
name would imply--is two pieces of
bread with mayonnaise in-between.
"I grew up shortly after the
Depression," she noted, "and we
were glad to have that. Sometimes
we put raw onion on it too."
Thank God I missed the
"You can't beat a banana
sandwich," said another.
The variations of banana
sandwich are delineated by region
and personality. The husband likes
mayonnaise, banana and peanut
butter. Elvis grilled his; some people
add bacon, honey or marshmallows.
I, however, just want bananas and
"My mother used to put pineapple
sandwiches in my lunchbox," I
offered, and then I couldn't help
but laugh while remembering.
Mother thought it was completely
improper to eat a sandwich with
the "ends" intact so she eliminated
them from the light bread. Yes, light
bread is white bread--the kind that
is sticky and wonderful and I could
eat a loaf right now. The pineapple
ring rested in a thick slather of
Or should we say it languished?
By lunchtime, a pineapple
sandwich was a soggy entree on the
run. I don't know if zipper-closure
bags hadn't been invented at the
time or if my Mother refused to buy
them because of economic concerns
(she was frugal, to be sure), but we
only had wax paper, aluminum foil
and plastic wrap.
When I complained about the
soggy nature of the pineapple
sandwich, she agreed to wrap the
pineapple individually, and then
I would add it to the mayonnaise-
slathered bread at lunchtime.
It seemed like a good plan, but
the pineapple juice leaked through
the plastic wrap and when I got to
my lunchbox, the ants had arrived
first. They were making quick work

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of my lunch and I had to bum off
I had not thought of it until
But I do often remember the
boiled eggs she would send in my
red plaid lunchbox. Actually, I
remember them every time I peel
one. After boiling an egg, Mother
would remove the shell and then
wrap the egg in plastic wrap. Or
if she was out of that, she'd wrap
it in wax paper and secure it with
a rubber band. Maybe two rubber
After the egg bounced around in
my lunchbox and the rubber band
tortured it, the unveiling was always
a thing of great delight.
"Ooooooh, look at Susan's egg,"
my friends would say disparagingly.
It appeared to need plastic
surgery, from the digs made by her
quickly removing the shell, to the
circular marks made by the rubber
band. It was hideous.
And I can't eat hideous food.
"Well, then, you make your own
lunch," Mother said, leaving the
lunchbox out for me to master.
The only thing more hideous
than a disfigured egg, desperately
in need of plastic surgery, was me
trying to think of what to pack in
my lunchbox on a school morning
when I already had to consider what
to wear and fix my hair, too.
Mother would sit in the kitchen,
snap green beans in her yellow
housecoat, and watch me fumble
around trying to smear peanut
butter on bread. I now realize
why it was so difficult: she kept
it in the refrigerator with the jelly.
Have you ever tried to smear stiff
peanut butter on a piece of light
bread with no crusts? Suddenly,
my sandwiches were as disfigured
as my boiled egg.
It didn't take long for me to
decide that a slippery pineapple
sandwich and a mutilated boiled
egg--prepared by loving hands--were
far more acceptable, than rising 15
minutes early to assume the task
on my own....with only occasional
So I never complained again.
Or, at least, not to her.


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

B-4 Taco Times


August 10, 2011


The deadlines for classified
ad, are Monday by 5 p.m
for the Taco Times and
Wednesday by 5 p.m. for
the Perry News-Herald.

Small ads...big deals!

Auction this Friday! Downtown Perry.
6:30 p.m. corner of Green and
Washington. We have general
merchandise as well as tools,
collectibles, stereo equipment and
furniture. Something for everyone!
This week's featured items include a
large birdcage, a 30 gal. compressor
and a large lot of Army surplus
supplies. Call 850-672-9800 for more
information. Gary Bonney, Auctioneer

Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

Riding lawn mower for sale: Red Troybilt
Rider, 19 horsepower Kohler engine,
42' deck, mows in reverse, tune,
service/new battery (06/17/11), $650
obo. Call 584-9212 and leave message.
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For sale: size 14 white wedding dress,
worn one time, $75 obo. Gutitar Hero
with two guitars new in box asking $45.
Call Mary Ann at 850-295-4985.
08/10, 08/12

Ozark trail tent 14' x 10', sleeps 9, porta
potti, Zodi hot water system with pump,
outdoor shower/privy tent, personal
sink, Cabela's Outfitters series cot
w/pad, night stand and cot tree, 2-
burner stove w/Coleman drip
coffemaker, utensils and dinnerware, 2
mantle lanterns, 2 queen sized airbeds
with built-in pumps, 2 twin size airbeds,
1 full size airbed, 1 Coleman hand air
pump, 1 Coleman battery air pump,
several tarps. SELLER GETTING TO
ALL!! (over $1000 invested) All for
$375. Call. Mike (850) 584-5071 or
email maconit59@yahoo.com
08/10, 08/12

Machines 454 engine block bored 60
over with new Eagle Crank and new
Eagle racing rods $600. RV/camper air
conditioner and heater $100.
RV/camper gas stove and oven $50.
New TI-84 plus graphing calculator
includes all cables and user manuals
$50. 1987 Chevrolet 4x4. 454 motor
with 2 transmissions 700 R4 and turbo
400. High performance machined
heads never used, new compcam,
headers and new aluminum intake,
$3000. Call 843-2463.

Compaq laptop 1.73 Dual Core $129.
Call 850-843-1494

Gold's Gym treadmill. 6 months old
paid $300. Will sell for $150. Call 850-

Lane Dual Recliner, slate blue,
excellent condition $150. Toshiba 63"
HDTV- excellent condition, with extra
$50 remote included. Its plugged in and
you are available to see it work $625
firm. Call 850-584-5994

Yellow and chocolate lab puppies for
sale. (850) 838- 6116
07/29, 08/10

Free to very good home. Registered 6-
year-old golden lab. Male neutered,
great with kids, other dogs, inside or
outside, very picky about his new
home. New home cannot have a pool or
be near any water. Call for details and
interview (850) 672-0359

We buy junk cars and trucks for $125-
$225. 7 days a week. Call 386-658-
1030 or 904-887-8513.

Lost: mens perscription eye glasses, in
hard plastic case. Reward! Call 584-
08/05, 08/10

SATURDAY at 812 N.Calhoun St.
Furniture, kids items and
lots more. 7 am unlil

A 4 BD/2 bath in Perry (in the El
Dorado Subdivision). Small down
payment. Owner has financing. $483
per month. Call Jeff at 352-262-4531.
2011 1720 sq.ft. Jacobsen MH. 3 BD/2
bath tape and texture walls. Paved
street and nice trees. $495 per month.
Owner has financing. Call 352-303-

A 4BD/3 BA Jacobsen triple-wide on 1
acre right off Snapper Road
with free carport & furniture Owner
must sell & has financing $7,800 down,
$791 per month. Call 352-493-9600
after 6 p.m., 352-303-8771 or 352-
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Mobile home/hunting camp with 3 full
svc. RV sites on 2 secluded acres. Call

Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH Properties. Call

2 bedroom, 1 bath block house off Old
Dixie Hwy. Full kitchen, full bath. First,
last and security deposit. $525 a month
call Robert at 850-223-3427.
08/05, 08/10, 08/12

Taking applications for a 3 BD/2 bath at
Everett's Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included. $550 per
month plus deposit. Must have
references. Apply in person. 584-7094.

3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath on Foley Cut Off
Road. $600 deposit, and $600.00 per
month. Call (850) 371-4793.

One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. RV campsite with utilities
included for $300 per month. Call 850-

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.

Woodridge Apartments
accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."

Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.

4 BR/2 bath DWMH for rent on 2 acres.
Paved road, city water, CH/A, all
electric, totally remodeled. Good
neighborhood. No pets. $750 per month
and security deposit. Must have
references. Call 838-2755.

1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included (gas and electric). Call

RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer and cable. North side of
Perry, just outside city limits. $350 per
month. Call 850-843-0883.
Room for rent in a 3 bedroom mobile
home. Includes everything, washer,
dryer, cable tv, full use of kitchen, and
full use of house screened porch.
$110.00 per week. (850)843-0883.

Newer 2 bedroom 1 bath mobile home
on 2 private acres. On Woods Creek
Rd. $550 per month, plus first and last
months rent, and a security deposit.
Call (727)433-4514.

For Rent: 2 bedroom 1, bath SWMH on
Roberts Aman Rd. $400 per month.
First and last month rent required. No
pets. Call 850-843-2315 or 850-843-

3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide mobile
home on 3 acres. Very clean, proof of
income and references required. $650
per month and $650 security deposit.
Call 386-776-2405.
08/10, 08/12

3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide mobile
home located in Day, Fl. Newly
remodeled. New cabinets and floors.
Nice quiet area, lots of shade trees.
$550 security deposit, $550 per month.
Call 386-209-0712
08/10, 08/12
2 Bedroom, 2 bath brick home with
large fenced yard in Shady Grove.
Screened front porch, Florida room,
carport and utility house. No smokers.
No indoor pets. Call 850-838-5338 and
leave message.
1 BD/1 bath apartment for rent. 900 sq.
ft Adults only. $650 per month Dplus

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deposit. Includes utilities
Beach. Call 850-843-188
This beautifully remode
one level Spanish style
house has a unique, op
with lots of glass, a formal
room, den with fireplace(
screened patio and 2
$1,200 per month. Call 85

4 RV sites in North Taylo

2 choice 15-acre parce
Hightower on Keaton Be
minutes to gulf. 1 lot 325
Road. The other has ove
Dennis Howell Road. $4,
per acre. Call Dixie Pro

with new seawall, water
Owner financing is availa
down (limited number at t
Don Everett Sr. at 850-5&

40 acres of land for sale
frontage on Dennis How
Land for sale, 221 Ni
Shiloh Church Rd. and
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved
financing available. Plea
658-1346 or (850) 584-74

Recently foreclosed, sp(
available, any credit,
vacant land, located at
Creek Rd., Perry, $
then call (866) 924-8348
07/29, 08/03, 08/05DG

A new program for sing
dads or young couples.
zero or 575 credit score,
3 or 4 bedroom with somI
on your own land. Call tc
10 acres/hostile hunting
swampland. $1,500 total
Sec. 23-2S-7E, north e
Grove. (parcel no.017
(352) 373-8265

Unique well-built home o
504 Judson Drive, Quail
ft home plus 735 sq f
porches. 9 ft and cathedr
beams, granite, mar
hardwood, white pine
roof, gas FP, open c
fenced, much more. Sei
phone 295-1823 to schei

3 bedroom, 2 bath on
Call 850-402-5459 or 850

2008 Cadillac STS 24,000 miles.
Loaded with navigation. $26,500. Call
223-7156 or 584-3699 (Sherry).

Includes Freon!
Ryan's Everything Automotive!

1967 Mustang, 289. Automatic, power
steering, disc brakes and runs great.
$7,800. Call 850-838-7545 or 850-838-


1990 Mercedes 79,000
ac works good, leather in
Call 838-7256

2005 Ford 500 SE. One o
kept. Immaculate. All
records. $7,900. Call 672-

Taylor County Board of County
Full-Time Library and Information
Services Director. $34,777 -$40,310
DOQ. HEO 1 (Part-time) for $9.31/hr.
Applications and job description can be
o b t a i n e d f r o m
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check

Seeking professional, self confident
individual with excellent communication
original miles, and customer service skills, very
terior $3000. organized, detail oriented, has good
basic math skills, and skilled in Excel
and other computer programs.
iwner. Garage Experience with automated payroll time
maintenance clock systems and basic bookkeeping a
-0359. plus. Contact Amy Carver, Lafayette
Health Care Center, 512 W. Main St.,
I Mayo, FL, 386-294-3300.
rIiI 08/05-08/17LHCC

2003 Honda Rebel. Low Miles, full
dress. 80 mpg. $1895 firm price. Call

8 horse power Yamaha boat motor.
uonn nnl R,-n _AiQol:nni

. Near Keaton a

Aucilla Solid Waste Administration,
oled spacious which owns and operates a landfill in
3 BD/3 bath Greenville, Florida, is seeking to fill the
pen floor plan position of Landfill Administrator. This is
Sliving/dining a managerial and administrative

car garage. position, will require bachelor's degree
50-545-6642 or equivalent work experience. The
position salary range is $40,000 to
$55,000. To apply for this job, you must
be registered at
www.employflorida.com. In Employ
Florida, refer to job order number
Dr County. Call 9594325 and follow application
instructions, or apply in person at the
North Florida Workforce Career Center,
705 E. Base Street, Madison, Florida
Is at Huxford .08/03, 08/10
each Road. 5
feet on Beach RNs, LPNs, CNAs. Five-star nursing
er 300 feet on facility. All shifts, FT/PT, rotating
000 to $4,500 schedules. Apply at Crosswinds, 13455
operties, 850- West US Highway 91, Greenville, FI
32331 or fax 850-948-6428
OR SALE ON 07/27- 08/10
THE CANAL Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
ng at $49,900 has an opening for a full time
and sewage. dispatcher in our Madison office. The
able with 15% applicant must be able to demonstrate
his price). Call good working knowledge of computers
84-6666. and standard business office software
tools. Initially, the candidate will be
assigned to work the midnight to 8 A.M.
with 500 ft. of shift. Following thunderstorm season
vell Road. Call and an extensive training period they
will move to the 4 P.M. to midnight shift.
Occasionally the candidate will be
required to provide dispatch support
north between during extended power outage events.
Cairo Parker The ideal candidate is expected to have
Cairo Parker good customer service skills and must
I roads. owner be able to communicate well using a
ase call (386) two-way radio and telephone. Please
466. submit a resume and completed Tri-
County Electric Application for
Employment form, which is available at
ecial financing any TCEC office or online at
any income: www.tcec.com, before 8:00 A.M. on
5635 Woods August 12, 2011 to Stephanie Carroll at
84,900. Visit Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
'H, Drive by 2862 West US 90 Madison, FL 32340.
Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.
07/29-08/1 OTCEC

lie moms and BE A CNA
If you have a Train now for jobs in healthcare.
you can own a Professional environment/instructors.
e money down No GED or High School Diploma
today 352-493- required if age 18. 40 hour prep class
plus training. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.
site. mostly 08/03-08/31

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or best offer.
,ast of Shady
66-542) Call

on one acre at
Point. 1575 sq
t garage and
al ceilings with
ble, cypress
interior, metal
concept, well,
rious inquiries
dule viewing.

Puckett Road.

1997 BMW 23 Convertible. Atlantic
Blue color, leather interior, 6 cd player,
am/fm radio, ac, cassette player, 5 spd,
49, 000 original miles $7500. Please
call 838-7256

1978 F150 4x4, good condition. 351
modified, automatic. 35 12.50 15
Buckshot's, and aluminum tool box.
Call (850) 584-6161

*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensedd Insured
Certified Quality Specialist

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service.,Cal, 584-

Perry Barber Shop Taylor County's
Fall Service Shop for the entire
family. Located in the Winn-Dixie
Shopping Center. Tuesday's Senior
Day $12 senior men haircut. Kids cuts
under 12 years and crew cuts always
$12. Students mention this ad and get
your back -to-school cut for $10.
Handicap accessible. No appointment
necessary, just come in or call 850-

Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer
District Is extending its sewer system to
the Fish Creek, Sand Piper and
Sawgrass Bay neighborhoods. The
construction contract Is expected to
be executed by August 31, 2011 and
construction starting soon thereafter.
The project includes site work, piping,
and other construction typical of an

extension of a low-pressure collection
system. The construction schedule is
expected to be approximately 4
months (90 days to Substantial
Completion and 120 days to Final
Completion). Taylor Coastal Water
and Sewer District Is seeking the
services of qualified Resident Project
Representative to provide professional
services to observe and document
progress and the quality of the work.
A .Statement of Services Requested
may be obtained from the District
Office located at 18820 Beach Road
or by calling (850) 578-3043. The
District reserves the right, In its sole
absolute discretion, to reject any or all
Requests, to cancel or withdraw this
solicitation at any time, and to waive
any irregularities in the RFQ process.
The District reserves the right to award
any contract to the respondent
which it deems to offer the best
overall service; therefore, the District is
not bound to award any contract
based on the lowest quoted price or
rates. Deadline for submittal of
Statements of Qualifications is 4:00
PM, August 17, 2011 at the District
Office. The District is an equal
opportunity employer.

the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and the
names in which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1249
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property: Parcel
Number RI0181-700 Section 18,
Township 9 South, Range 10 East,
Commence at the Point of
Intersection of the North right of way
line of River Avenue and the East right
of way line of State Road 51; thence
run South 89D 48M 58S west 50.27 feet
to the Centerline of State Road 51;
thence North 07D 54M 39S west along
said Centerline 777.25 feet; thence
North 89D 48M 58S East 50.36 feet;
thence continue North 89D 48M 58S
East 10.19 feet to the East Right of
Way line of State Road 51 for a Point
of Beginning; thence continue North
89D 48M 58S East 913.76 feet to the
West Right of Way line of a 50 foot
Road; thence North 22D 52M 25S East
along said Right of Way line 336.28
feet; thence North 46D 03M 34S East
along said Right of Way line 198.28
feet; thence North 14D 48M 22S East
along said Right of Way line 96.94
feet; thence North 29D 53M 32S East
along said Right of Way line 307.84,.
feet; thence North 18D 46M 44S EDasg
203.46. feet; thence South 89D 48M
12S West 1579.79 feet to the East Right
of Way line of State Road 51; thence
South 07D 55M 05S East along said
Right of Way line 234.30 feet; thence
South 13D 37M 43S East along said
Right of Way line 100.50 feet; thence
South 07D 55M 05S East along said
Right of Way line 59.28 feet; thence
South 07D 54M 39S East along said
Right of Way line 615.58 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Said Parcel
contains 28.75 acres, more or less. OR
564 PG 85. Name In which assessed
Estates of Steinhatchee, Inc.
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, the property
described shall be sold to the highest
bidder at the courthouse door on the
29th day of August, 2011 at 11:00
'clock a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011.
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida






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the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows.
Certificate Number 1043 Year of
Issuance 2008
Description of property:
Parcel Number R09038-030
Commence at the Northwest corner
of Section 6, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, thence run North 89D 20M 39S
East 6452.43 feet to the Centerllne of
West Boundary Road, thence along
the Centerline North 61D 18M 43S
East 159.65 feet, thence North 57D
54M 42S East 258.72 feet to the
Centerllne of Max Road, thence
South 13D 43M 40S East along the
Centerllne 61.16 feet to the
Centerline of County Line Road,
thence along the Centerline run
South 87D 28M 08S East 1406.83 feet
thence South 87D 07M 20S East
1072.05 feet thence South 86D 55M
25S East 1308.84 feet to the
Centerllne of Gum Road, thence
along the Centerlline run South 02D
22M 51S East 104.73 feet, thence
South 21D 25M 43S East 65.78 feet,
thence South 42D 02M 33S East 94.51
feet, thence South 45D 38M 39S East
68.39 feet, thence South 41 D OM 17S
East 67.91 feet, thence South 28D
59M 03S East 73.10 feet, thence South
18D 06M 15S East 62.72 feet, thence
South 11D 40M 13S East 53.49 feet,
thence South 10D 33M 02S East
600.82 feet, thence South 00D 49M
41S East 85.10 feet, thence south 01 D
57M 05S West 265.19 feet, thence
South 08D 32M 00S West 124.07 feet
thence South 19D 49M 36S West
111.12 feet thence South 23D 25M
25S West 171.82 feet thence South
03D 43M 48 South West 76.56 feet
thence South 14D 25M 08S East 82.93
feet for a Point of Beginning. Thence
run North 89D 09M 57S East 1290.35
feet, thence South 00D 01 M 45S West
696.33 feet to the Centerllne of Farr
Road, thence along the Centerllne
South 79D 21 M 09S West 509.05 feet,
thence South 77D 29M 46S West
484.03 feet to the Centerllne of Gum
Road, thence along Centerline North
14D 51 M 49S West 89.64 feet, thence
North 31D 08M 16S West 139.15 feet,
thence North 23D 28M 33S West
111.56 feet, thence North 04D 13M
40S West 46.62 feet, thence North OOD
46M 49S West 160.67 feet, thence
North 12D 13M 18S West 137.98 feet,
thence North 33D 42 M 37S West
220.89 feet, thence North 25 D 23M
10S West 47.15 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Conatalns 20.47 acres.
Together with Easement OR 575 PG
Name In which assessed Audleu Petit
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

DEED' .v.. .. l
the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows.
Certificate Number 1043 Year of
Issuance 2008
Description of property:
Parcel Number R09038-030
Commence at the Northwest corner
of Section 6, Township 3 South, Range
9 East, thence run North 89D 20M 39S
East 6452.43 feet to the Centerline of
West Boundary Road, thence along
the Centerline North 61D 18M 43S
East 159.65 feet, thence North 57D

54M 42S East 258.72 feet to the
Centerlilne of Max Road, thence
South 13D 43M 40S East along the
Centerline 61.16 feet to the
Centerline of County Line Road,
thence along the Centerllne run
South 87D 28M 08S East 1406.83 feet
thence South 87D 07M 20S East
1072.05 feet thence South 86D 55M
25S East 1308.84 feet to the
Centerline of Gum Road, thence
along the Centerline run South 02D
22M 51S East 104.73 feet, thence
South 21D 25M 43S East 65.78 feet,
thence South 42D 02M 33S East 94.51
feet, thence South 45D 38M 39S East
68.39 feet, thtnce South 41D OOM 17S
East 67.91 feet, thence South 28D
59M 03S East 73.10 feet, thence South
18D 06M 15S East 62.72 feet, thence
South 11D 40M 13S East 53.49 feet,
thence South 10D 33M 02S East
600.82 feet, thence South 00D 49M
41S East 85.10 feet, thence south 01 D
57M 05S West 265.19 feet, thence
South 08D 32M OOS West 124.07 feet
thence South 19D 49M 36S West
111.12 feet thence South 23D 25M
25S West 171.82 feet thence South
03D 43M 48 South West 76.56 feet
thence South 14D 25M 08S East 82.93
feet for a Point of Beginning. Thence
run North 89D 09M 57S East 1290.35
feet, thence South 00D 01 M 45S West
696.33 feet to the Centerllne ofFarr
Road, thence along the Centerllne
South 79D 21 M 09S West 509.05 feet,
thence South 77D 29M 46S West
484.03 feet to the Centerline of Gum
Road, thence along Centerllne North
14D 51 M 49S West 89.64 feet, thence
North 31D 08M 16S West 139.15 feet,
thence North 23D 28M 33S West
111.56 feet, thence North 04D 13M
40S West 46.62 feet, thence North 00D
46M 49S West 160.67 feet, thence
North 12D 13M 18S West 137.98 feet,
thence North 33D 42 M 37S West
220.89 feet, thence North 25 D 23M
10S West 47.15 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Conatains 20.47 acres.
Together with Easement OR 575 PG
Name In which assessed Audleu Petit
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1248
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property
Parcel Number R10181-450 Section
18, Township 9 South, Range 10 East
Commence at the Point of
Intersection of the North right of way
line qfRIvpr venue and the East right
Sof wiIl ri 'fVf&td B`[; thenbiin-
South 89* 48' 58" West 50.27 feet to
the Centerline of State Road 51;
thence North 07' 54' 39" West along
Centerline 777.25 feet; thence North
89' 48' 58" East 50.36 feet; thence
North 89 48' 58" East 10.19 feet to the
East right of way line of State Road
51; thence North 89 48' 58" East
913.76 feet to West right of way line of
a 50 foot road; thence North 22' 52'
25" East along State Road 113.88 feet;
thence North 89 49' 33" East 54.09
feet to East right of way line of a 50
foot road for a Point of Beginning;
thence North 89 49' 33" East 292.83
feet to the West bank of the
Steinhatchee River; said thence
North 42* 59' 44" East along waterline
162.04 feet; thence North 35* 31' 26"
East along said waterline 150.01 feet;

thence North 25* 56' 10" East along
said waterline 195.75 feet; thence
South 89' 54' 09" West 329.62 feet to
the East right of way line of a 50 foot
road; thence South 14' 39' 39' West
along said right of way line 104.73
feet; thence South 46' 11' 15" West
along said right of way line 108.72
feet; thence South 46' 10' 13" West
asking said right of way line 93.08
feet; thence South 22' 55' 11" West
along said right of way line 191.01
feet to the Point of Beginning. Parcel
contains 3.19 acres, more or less. OR
564 PG 85.
Name In which assessed Estates of
Stelnhatchee, Inc.
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number, year of Issuance,
description of the property, and the
names In which the property was
assessed are as follows:
Certificate Number 1248
Year of Issuance 2008
Description of Property
Parcel Number R10181-450 Section
18, Township 9 South, Range 10 East
Commence at the Point of
Intersection of the North right of way
line of River Avenue and the East right
of way line of State Road 51; thence
South 89 48' 58" West 50.27 feet to
the Centerllne of State Road 51;
thence North 07' 54' 39" West along
Centerllne 777.25 feet; thence North
89 48' 58" East 50.36 feet; thence
North 89' 48' 58" East 10.19 feet to the
East right of way line of State Road
51; thence North 89 48' 58' East
913.76 feet to West right of way line of
a 50 foot road; thence North 22' 52'
25" East along State Road 113.88 feet;
thence North 89 49' 33" East 54.09
feet to East right of way line of a 50
foot road for a Point of Beginning;
thence North 89 49' 33" East 292.83
feet to the West bank of the
Stelnhatchee River; said thence
North 42' 59' 44" East along waterline
162.04 feet; thence North 35' 31' 26"
East along said waterline 150.01 feet;
thence North 25 56' 10" East along
said waterline 195.75 feet; thence
South 89' 54' 09" West 329.62 feet to
the East right of way line of a 50 foot
road; thence South 14' 39' 39" West
along said right of way line 104.73
feet; thence South 46' 11' 15" West
along said right of way line 108.72
feet; thence South 46' 10' 13" West
asking said right of way line 93.08
feet; thence South 22' 55' 11" West
along said right of way line 191.01
feet to the Point of Beginning. Parcel
contains 3.19 acres, more or less. OR
564 PG 85.
Name In which assessed Estates of
Stelhoidtchee, Inc.
Said property being In the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the 29th day of August, 2011
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 21st day of July, 2011
Signature: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
07/27, 08/03, 08/10, 08/17

Florida Department of Environmental
Northeast District Office
Draft/Proposed Permit No. 1230034-

Florida Gas Transmlsison Company
Compressor Station No. 15
Taylor County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project is Florida Gas Transmission
Company. The applicant's
responsible official and mailing
address are: David W. Shellhouse,
Vice President Southeast Operations,
Florida Gas Transmisisons Company,
2405 Lucien Way, Suite 200, Maltland,
Florida 32751-7047.
Facility Location: The applicant
operates the existing Compressor
Station No. 15, which Is located
InTaylor County at 2065 Pisgah Road
(CR 361), Perry, Florida.
Project: The applicant applied on
May 27,2011 to the Department for a
Title V air operation permit revision.
This Is a revision of Title V Air
Operation Permit No. 1230034-017-
AV. The facility Is one of the existing
compressor stations for the natural
gas pipeline serving Florida. This
permit revision Is being issued for the
purpose of Incorporating the new 223
bhp emergency generator that was
Installed under terms and conditions
of air construction permit No.
1230034-018-AC Into the Title V Air
Operation Permit as an Insignificant
emissions unit.
Permitting Authority: Applications for
Title V air operation permits are
subject to review In accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters 62-4, 62-
210, 62-213 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt from
air permitting requirements and a
Title V air operation permit Is required
to operate the facility. The
Department of Environmental
Protection's Air Resource Section In
the Northeast District Office Is the
Permitting Authority responsible for
making a permit determination for
this project. The Permitting Authority's
physical and mailing address Is: 7825
Baymeadows Way, B-200,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256. The
Permitting Authority's telephone
number Is 904/256-1700.
Project File: A complete project file Is
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
(except legal holidays), at the
address Indicated above for the
Permitting Authority. The complete
project file Includes the
draft/proposed permit, the
statement of basis, the application,
and the Information submitted by the
applicant, exclusive of confidential
records under Section 403.111, F.S.
Interested persons may view the
draft permit by visiting
the following website:
ds/default.asp and entering the
permit number shown above,
Interested persons may contact the
Permitting Authority's project review
engineer for additional Information
at the address or phone number
listed above.
Notice of Intent to Issue Permit: The
Permitting Authority gives notice of Its
Intent to Issue a draft/proposed Title
V air operation permit revision to the
applicant for the project described
above. The applicant has provided
reasonable assurance that
continued operation of the existing
equipment will not adversely Impact
air quality,. and,,thqt,the, project wlj[,,
comply with all l appropriate"
provisions of Chapters 62-4, 62-204,
62-210, 62-212, 62-213, 62-296 and 62-
297, F.A.C. The Permitting Authority
will Issue a final permit In accordance
with the conditions of the
draft/proposed permit unless a
response received In accordance
with the following procedures results
In a different decision or a significant
change of terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the draft/proposedTitle V
air operation permit for a period of 30
days from the-date of publication of
the Public Notice. Written comments
must be received by the close of
business (5:00 p.m.), on or before the
end of this 30-day period by the
Permitting Authority at the above

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address. As part of his or her
comments, any person may also
request that the Permitting Authority
hold a public meeting on this
permitting action. If the Permitting
Authority determines there is
sufficient Interest for a public
meeting, It will publish notice of the
time, date, and location In the Florida
Administrative Weekly (FAW), If a
public meeting is requested within
the 30-day comment period and
conducted by the Permitting
Authority, any oral and written
comments received during the
public meeting will also be
considered by the Permitting
Authority. If timely received written
comments or comments received at
a public meeting result in a significant
change to the draft/proposed
permit, the Permitting Authority shall
issue a revised draft/proposed permit
and require, If applicable, another
Public Notice. All comments filed will
be made available for public
Inspection. For additional
Information, contact the Permitting
Authority at the above address or
phone number.
Petitions: A person whose substantial
Interests are affected by the
proposed permitting decision may
petition for an administrative hearing
In accordance with Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S. The petition must
contain the Information set forth
below and must' be filed with
(received by) the Department's
Agency Clerk In the Office of
General Counsel of the Department
of Environmental Protection, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station #35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000. Petitions filed by the
applicant or any of the parties listed
below must be filed within 14 days of
receipt of this Written Notice of Intent
to Issue Air Permit. Petitions filed by
any persons other than those entitled
to written notice under Section
120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within 14
days of publication of the attached
Public Notice or within 14 days of
receipt of this Written Notice of Intent
to Issue Air Permit, whichever occurs
first. Under Section 120.60(3), F.S.,
however, any person who asked the
Permitting Authority for notice of
agency action may file a petition
within 14 days of receipt of that
notice, regardless of the date of
publication. A petitioner shall mall a
copy of the petition to the applicant
at the address Indicated above, at
the time of filing. The failure of any
person to file a petition within the
appropriate time period shall
constitute a waiver of that person's
right to request an administrative
determination (hearing) under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., or to
Intervene In this proceeding and
participate as a party to It. Any
subsequent Intervention (In a
proceeding Initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
the presiding officer upon the filing of
a motion In compliance with Rule 28-
106.205, F.A.C.
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Permitting
Authority's action Is based must
contain the following Information: (a)
The name and address of each
agency affected and each
agency's file or Identification
number, If known; (b) The name,
ac, gpss n, teleohone..number of
thi ,toenu1,. r-,arne.3e,6 ,.1
telephone number of the petitioner's
representative, if any, which shall be
the address for service purposes
during the course of the proceeding;
and an explanation of how the
petitioner's substantial rights will be
affected by the agency
determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner
received notice of the agency
action or proposed decision; (d) A
statement of all disputed Issues of
material fact. If there are none, the
petition must so Indicate; (e) A
concise statement of the ultimate
facts alleged, Including the specific
facts the petitioner contends warrant
reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action; (f) A
statement of the specific rules or

Times August 10, 2011

statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action Including
an explanation of how the alleged
facts relate to the specific rules or
statutes; and, (g) A statement of the
relief sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action the petitioner
wishes the agency to take with
respect to the agency's proposed
action. A petition that does not
dispute the material facts upon
which the Permitting Authority's
action Is based shall state that no
such facts are In dispute and
otherwise shall contain the same
Information as set forth above, as
required by Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process Is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means that the Permitting Authority's
final action may be different from the
position taken by It in this Public
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit,
Persons whose substantial Interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right to
petition to become a party to the
proceeding, In accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation Is not available
for this proceeding.
EPA Review: EPA has agreed to treat
the draft/proposed Title V air
operation permit as a proposed Title
V air operation permit and to
perform Its 45-day review provided
by the law and regulations
concurrently with the public
comment period, provided that the
applicant also transmits an electronic
copy of the required proof of
publication directly to EPA at the
following email address:
Although EPA's 45-day review period
will be performed concurrently with
the public comment period, the
deadline for submitting a citizen
petition to object to the EPA
Administrator will be determined as If
EPA's 45-day review period Is
performed after the public comment
period has ended. The final Title V air
operation permit will be issued after
the conclusion of the 45-day EPA
review period so long as no adverse
comments are received that result In
a different decision or significant
change of terms or conditions. The
status regarding EPA's 45-day review
of this project and the deadline for
submitting a citizen petition
can be found at the
following website address:
Objections: Finally, pursuant to 42
United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
7661d(b)(2), any person may petition
the Administrator of the EPA within 60
days of the expiration of the
Administrator's 45-day review period
as established at 42 U.S.C. Section
7661 d(b)(1), to object to the Issuance
of any Title V air operation permit.
Any petition shall be based only on
objections to the Permit that were
raised with reasonable specificity
during the 30-day public comment
period provided In the Public Notice,
unless the petitioner demonstrates to
the Administrator of-the EPA that It
was Impracticable to raise such
objections within the comment
period or unless the grounds for such
objection arose after ire comment,,
period. Filing of a p ,rr,:.ri .-.,rr. ir,.-
Administrator of the EPA does not
stay the effective date of any permit
properly Issued pursuant to the
provisions of Chapter 62-213, F.A.C.
Petitions filed with the Administrator
of EPA must meet the requirements of
42 U.S.C. Section 7661d(b)(2) and
must be filed with the Administrator of
the EPA at: U.S. EPA, 401 M Street,
S.W., Washington, D.C. 20460. For
more Information regarding EPA
review and objections, visit EPA's
Region 4 web site at
08/10, 08/12

Letters to the Editor

Debt ceiling: 'A balanced approach makes much more sense'

Continued from page 3

behaved during this dramatic
debt ceiling debacle I am
beginning to think I was sold a
bill of goods.
Even when Democrats
offered compromise plans
that cut way deeper into
entitlement programs than
their constituencies could ever
have wanted them to, the GOP
has shot these proposals down
out of hand because they also
included a revenue component,
usually a reduction in tax
breaks or tax loopholes for
Americans making hundreds of
thousands of dollars a year or
Paradoxically, these
grassroots Tea Party folks are
saying that it's alright for the
unemployed person looking for
a job, the Medicare or Medicare
recipient, or other beneficiary
of government assistance to
accept decreased benefits or
have to wait longer to get
into the programs--while it's
not alright to ask Wall Street
bankers, corporate leaders, and
other wealthy Americans to
pay anywhere near the same
percentage of income in taxes
that their employees do.
Who, may I ask, does the
Republican Party represent?
Who does Rep. Southerland
believe gave him nearly 60
percent of Taylor County's
votes for his seat in the House
in 2010? I doubt even a quarter
of that percentage belong to the
wealthy upper crust whose low
tax rates are protected by the Tea

Party's behavior at the expense
of the rest of Americans who
may someday honestly need
Medicare, unemployment, or
some other government program
that the Tea Party is looking to
slash. Tax breaks and loopholes
for the wealthy make sense if
those people actually convert
their benefits into jobs and
economic activity, but I am not
convinced that the wealthy are
doing enough toward this end
to justify continued tax breaks
of this kind while programs that
benefit the rest of us remain on
the chopping block.
Now, of course, some people
will never use Medicare, will
never be dependent on Social
Security, and by the grace of
God will never need federal
or even state unemployment
benefits, so this may not seem
like such a big deal. If this is
you, I ask you to consider the
other potential dangers of the
kind of politics we've seen the
last couple of weeks.
Even today (Aug. 1), even
after Congressional leaders and
the White House have managed
to come to a consensus on a plan
that should pass, the Dow has
dropped for at least five days in
a row because investors are still
worrying that Congress might
actually allow the United States
to default for the first time ever
on its debt obligations. Credit
rating agencies are considering
dropping the nation's coveted
triple-A status, which could
have a really nasty string of
Foreign newspapers--and the
investors who read them--are

wondering what on Earth has
gotten into our heads to make
us drive ourselves so close to
disaster, and whether we might
do it again. And for what? So
House Republicans, particularly
the Tea Party, can get everything
they want, right now, with little
to no compromise.
Sure, Obama and the
Democrats were also firm in
their resolve, but the plan they
backed was balanced, not "all
cuts," which is what this latest
compromise is starting to look

like. Holding the national
economy hostage like this is
irresponsible even Republican
Senator John McCain called it
"bizarre" on the Senate floor
last week.
I am sure there are other
ways to look at this issue, and
I am certainly not suggesting
that President Obama and the
Democrats are saints among
sinners in this ridiculous mess.
What the evidence does suggest
to me at this point, however, is
that Taylor County's interests

are not being adequately served
by its current representative in
the House, or by the Tea Party in
general. Government spending
and debt need to be controlled,
sooner rather than later, but not
exclusively at the expense of the
middle class and the credibility
of this country in the eyes of its
A balanced approach that
includes both responsible, well-
planned cuts and increased
revenues in taxes from the
wealthiest Americans who can

most afford them makes much
more sense. Whether you agree
with me or not, I hope we the
citizens of this county will
take a long look at what has
happened these past few weeks,
think through what we really
need right now--not just ideally
but really--and contact our
Congressional representatives
to let them know what we
Josh Goodman

Contractor questions 'extras'

Continued from page 3

effective practice at all.
Don't get me wrong. As a
business owner, I would love
to receive such a monopoly on
work in my area of expertise;
being able to bring any price I
wanted to the table and having
the school board just write
me a check. But as a public
servant, you can not award such
monopolies to any business
and expect to get a low and fair
And if you do so how can you
sit before the public and say you
have done everything you can to
reduce the budget? This is what
I heard from the board Tuesday
night. That they had looked
at all discretionary spending
to see if they could trim the
budget. I guess they overlooked
the pest control bids. Termites
are alarming when they are

found because they do damage.
And most of my competitors
will use that fear to establish
an immediate necessity to
perform their services for you.
But FYI termites work slowly
and you do have time to make
an informed and cost effective
decision. So my point is there
is time to address this urgent
matter in a sensible fashion and
competitively bid it out once
Personally, I hate that I lost
this contract due to the perceived
fears that I would somehow
have a negative effect by not yet
having my termite endorsement.
But worse yet is the fact that
our school board paid out over
one thousand extra dollars for
the convenience to award the
contract to a larger company
that will most likely up the
ante on any future termite work
done. And make no mistake,
these 'extra' treatments never

come cheap even when done
I know this as I used to
do them for Taylor County
School System. Even a few
so-called "extras" can exceed
the total amount of your entire
pest control contract. Monies
that would have been better
spent addressing the needs of
the children's programs and
transportation. And I wonder if
this is what I see in my area of
Now I must ask, "How
many other areas of contract
services are getting this kind
of treatment, completely
ignoring free enterprise and
the lowest bid?" I sent a letter
to every board member and the
superintendent prior to writing
this letter to the editor. I received
no response from anyone on the
board. I believe it's time to take
the issue to the people.
Jesse Messick

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B-6 Taco Times AugLu:t 10, 2011

At the Booking Desk

Dinner with the governor
Taylor County High School alum (Class of 1994)
Joyce Ansell Brienen and her husband, Jason, are
shown with Gov. Rick Scott, left, at the Leon County
Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner held at the Florida
State University City Club June 17. (Joyce) Brienen is
the granddaughter of Les and Donna Ansell of Perry.

Bill filed by Bembry

Continued from page 1
continuing care retirement
communities, their residents
and their future residents. It
allows seniors the flexibility
to remain in their homes while
still being able to participate
in community activities and
services of a CCRC before they
actually move into the facility.
The socialization and services
these seniors will enjoy will
also help reduce costs shared by
the residents of the CCRC," said
While the bill was moving
though the legislature and
governor's office it was
supported by the Florida
Association of Homes and
Services for the Aging, the
Florida Life Care Residents
Association and Florida's
Office of Insurance Regulation.
"During these extremely
challenging economic
conditions, our state must find
ways to preserve and grow
jobs," said Bembry. "When
Janegale Boyd and Tom Randle
with the Florida Homes and
Services for the Aging brought
this legislation to my attention
I was anxious to file the bill and
get moving."
The law will add much
needed jobs around the state as
the CCRC's increase their staff
to meet the needs of these new
off-site residents. It will be up

to the individual CCRC's to
determine which additional
services they will provide, Boyd
"FAHSA is proud to present
the award to Representative
Bembry because without his
leadership and tenacity we
would not have been able to pass
this bill in the last 30 days of
session. I know Representative
Bembry felt a strong wave
of support for him as more
than 450 of our members gave
him a loud and standing ovation
for all of his hard work," she
FAHSA was established in
1963 as a Florida not-for-profit
corporation. Its purpose is "to
provide leadership, advocacy,
and education for retirement
housing and nursing home
communities that serve the
needs of Florida's retirees."
Boyd noted, "FAHSA is
committed to assisting its
members in providing the
highest quality of services
possible to the residents they
serve. FAHSA is comprised of
approximately 500 of the state's
premier elder care organizations
and business associates. More
than 70,000 elder persons
reside in FAHSA-member
communities. Thousands
more are served through home
health services, adult day care
centers, and other community
outreach programs offered by
our members."

Editor's Note: It is the policy of
this newspaper to run the names
of all those arrested and booked
at the Taylor County Jail. All those
listed below have been charged
with a crime, but are considered
innocent until proven guilty.
July 12:
Eddie Leroy Bailey, 39,
Horseshoe Beach, possession of
controlled substance, failure to pay
child support, Trooper Chaffin, FHR
Turner Pridgeon, 50, Greenville,
VOP (felony battery), Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Jason Bolden, 23,19 South, VOP
(battery), FTA (resisting without
violence), Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
July 13:
Myron Davis, 48,400 West Spring
Place, trespass after warning, hold
for DOC, Deputy Tompkins, TCSO.
Jamie Kendall, 24, 3991 Charles
Sadler, VOP (dealing in stolen
property), possession of less than
20 grams cannabis, Sgt. Franklin,
Joel Reynolds, 40, 3672
Vera Lane, VOP (conspiracy to
manufacture meth), Sgt. Franklin,
Thomas Britt, 28, 106 El Dorado
Drive, VOP (battery), Ptl. Hightower,
July 14:
Ira Watkins, 60, West Willow
Street, VOP (reckless driving), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Tina Bowman, 44, Shell Drive,
FTA (DUI), Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Victor Gerlach II, 46, Greenville,
aggravated assault, Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.
Tony Glenn Cameron, 44, 1578
Courtney Road, FTA (disorderly
intoxication), Deputy Blue, TCSO.
July 15:
Cheyenne Jade Dunnell, 18, 610
N. Myrtle Street, fraudulent use of
credit card, theft, Ptl. Griffin, PPD. .
Tyrone Miller, 40, 106 S. Beverly
Street, felony fleeing/eluding high
speed, DUI with property damage,
DWLS/R knowingly, resisting
without violence, Sgt. Gray, TCSO.
Daniel Nix, 27, 1529 Pine Bluff
Road, DWLS knowingly, Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.
July 16:
Tommy Edwards Buggs, 27, 108
N. Clark Street, fleeing, reckless,
VOP (home invasion with firearm),
Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
July 17:
Robert T. Lindsey, 28, 9940
Spring Warrior Road, warrant
(FTA), Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Rodney Whiddon, 44, 2515
Lake Bird Road, battery on law

enforcement officer, assault on law
enforcement officer, Deputy Woods,
Amanda Kramer Stout, 52, 544
Puckett Road, E-24, burglary, theft,
Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
July 18:
Tracey Dean Brannen, 39, 2121
Highway 19 N., Lot 9, battery,
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Thomas Scott Randall, 37, 1220
N. Cherry Street, VOP (grand theft
III), Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
July 19:
Robert N. Montgomery, 22,
Valdosta, Ga., lewd/lascivious
battery, Det. Norris, PPD.
Darrell Adam Deller, 25,
Steinhatchee, VOP (conspiracy,
possession of listed chemical),
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Willie T. Phelps, 21, 102 Joann
Street, VOP (possession of
controlled substance, possession
of cannabis), Deputy Tompkins,
Wayne Finch, 22, 500 S. Warner,
Apt. E-2, battery, Ptl. Hightower,
July 20:
Tara Cherie Baker, 18, 8474
Gordon Brown Lane, battery,
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Joshua Gilbreath, 20, 220 W.
Davis Walker Road, battery, Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
July 21:
Louis Daron Gaddy, 30, 310
Saxton Street, VOP (felony/fleeing
officer, sale/delivery of cocaine,
grand theft), Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Randy Sharpe, 32, 1860 Ellison
Gamble, FTA (expired registration),
no officer given.
Kolby LaDavan Upshaw, 19,
1511 S. Robertson Street, FTA
(no valid driver's license, reckless
driving, no vehicle registration),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Matthew Mims, 26, 904 E. Page
Street, VOP (DWLS), Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Jeffrey Sari, 47, Greenville,
FTA (probation hearing), Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
July 22:
Johnny D. Ellis, 44, 200 W. Alice
Street, battery, Ptl. Hernandez,
Freddie Anderson Oliver, 55, 500
S. Warner Street, VOP (burglary of
structure), Sgt. Gibson, TCSO.
Alex Eugene Hendrix, 21,
Live Oak, possession of drug
paraphernalia, retail theft, out of
county warrant, Det. Norris, PPD.
Derek Strevel, 29, Apalachicola,
VOP (grand theft III), Sgt. Gibson,

Corey Jacobs, 19, 4480 Coote
Sadler Road, state filed felony
battery with great bodily harm,
Deputy Tompkins, TCSO.
July 23:
Collis Carson Watson, 43,
Steinhatchee, DUI, Trooper
Swindle, FHP.
Troy R. Wetherington, 39, 1838
East Ellison Road, stalking (hate
crime), aggravated stalking,
stalking, Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
July 24:
Daniel Shane Cruce, 27, 370 Al
Suber Road, DWLS knowingly, DUI,
refusal to submit (4th offense), Ptl.
Hightower, PPD.
Ronald R. Revels, 48,
Steinhatchee, DUI, Trooper
Swindle, FHP
Timothy Collins, 48, 119 Goff
Street, burglary/assault, assault,
PtI. Hightower, PPD.
July 25:
Dustin Bain, 27, 101 Pine Tree
Road, DWLS/R (habitual), Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.
John Edward Walker, 24, Cross
City, VOP (DUI), Trooper Swindle,
Rose Mary Juday, 29, 406
West Cherry Street, trespass after
warning, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Terry Johnson, 54, 2159 S. Byron
Butler, No. 1, VOP, Sgt. Deeson,
July 26:
Kara Leigh Lucas, no address
given, VOP (grand theft III, uttering
a forgery), Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Charles Dustin Green, 24,
Greenville, VOP (burglary and
grand theft), Deputy Shaw, TCSO.
Anthony Sibley, 31, 510 E.
Maurice Linton Road, disorderly
intoxication, Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
July 27:
Brandi Bowden, 31, 1900
Woodmore Road, VOP (DUI), out of
county warrant, Deputy Tompkins,
Daniel Shane Cruce, 27, 370
Al Suber Road, VOP (fleeing and

eluding), Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
Irvin W. Whetstone, 64,
Steinhatchee, battery, Deputy
Lundy, TCSO.
Melvyn Keith Pepper, 43, Lake
City, out of county warrant, Ptl.
Hernandez, TCSO.
July 28:
Penny R. Mohs, 47, Panama City,
refuse to submit to DUI test, DUI,
Trooper Ernst, FHP
Aaron Price III, 23, 104 Alice
Street, trespass, violation of
injunction, Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
Johnny Ray Mathis, 41, 801 E.
Quail Street, criminal mischief, PtI.
Hightower, PPD.
Dale W. Stephens, 43, 3530
Joel Aman Road, FTA (petit theft,
criminal mischief), Sgt. Gray, PPD.
David Shawn Flowers, 41, 117
Davis Drive, FTA (aggravated
assault with deadly weapon), Sgt.
Gray, PPD.
July 29:
Jenny Miller, 66, 128 Kathleen
Road, VOP (arson, aggravated
stalking, violation of injunction),
Officer Thomas, P&P.
Larry Dee Davis, 46, 2939 Baxter
Road, DUI (second offense), refusal
to submit, PtI. Hightower, PPD.
Jason Gilbreath, 41, 380 Jimmy
Archer Road, drug trafficking, Sgt.
Deeson, PPD.
Mite L. Buzbee, 27, 1107
Old Dixie Highway, battery, Ptl.
Hightower, PPD.
July 30:
Jason Robert Montgomery,
34, Valdosta, Ga., DUI, Trooper
Swindle, FHP.
Charles Thomas Sparks, 42,
2469 James Lane, battery on
security officer, trespass, resisting
without violence, Ptl. Murphy,
Shane William Crowley, 32, 703
W. Julia Street, warrant (cheating),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
James Michael Walker, 30, 316
Elm Street, VOP (DWLS), Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.







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