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Index Editorial . .................. A-2 Living . ...................... A-4 Community . .............. A-5 Religion . ................... A-6 Sports . ...................... A-8 Classieds . ............ A-10 Weather Wednesday 88 55 Thursday89 60 Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1961 TacoTimes Wednesday October 8, 2014 50 One Section53rd year, No. 41www.perrynewspapers.com News Forum Council backs BioNitrogen, moves forward with funding In what may one day be considered a pivotal moment in the City of Perrys history, council members voted Thursday evening to move forward with their backing of BioNitrogen and reinstated the release of some $5 million in development funds to the start-up venture. The company is looking to locate a $300 million plant here and the citys $5 million loan guarantee is part of a comprehensive incentive package offered by the city, county and local development authority. The city halted the release of funds to the company following news that its (now former) president Bryan Kornegay had been arrested Sept. 15, in Hardee County on an unrelated criminal charge linked to grand theft. During a joint special workshop held Friday, Sept. 26, city and county ofcials heard rsthand from BioNitrogens top executives steps the company had taken in the wake of the allegations, including removing Kornegay from any position of authority. Subsequently, the company provided additional assurances that Kornegay would not be involved with the company or the Taylor County project as long as the citys $5 million guarantee loan remained in place. Thursdays meeting was New Forest Festival Royalty Jharmara Simmons, center, was named the 2014 Florida Forest Festival Distinguished Young Simmons claims title as 2014 Distinguished Young Woman By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Staff writer A uorescent sunset backdrop transported audience members to Paradise for the 2014 Florida Forest Festival Distinguished Young Women program Saturday evening. The seven title candidatesNiya Lawson, Haley Horner, Viva Gunter, Emily Arnold, Clara Taylor, Michayla Mitchell and Jharmara Simmonsthen punctuated the journey as a State of Mind during their opening number. Dressed in owing skirts accented with gossamer scarves, the groups lyrical dance was an elegant ballet of motion and set the tone for the nearly two-hour program that followed. Charm, poise and talent were the keywords of the night, with each candidate displaying her own unique personality and presence for the judges. By nights end, Jharmara Simmons was declared the winner along with rst runner-up Haley Horner and second runner-up Michayla Mitchell. Viva Gunter won the scholastic award and Clara Taylor took home the Spirit of Distinguished Young Women award. (Horner is the daughter of Jennifer Davis and Marty Horner; Mitchell is the daughter of Jim Mitchell and the late Sheila Mitchell; Gunter is the daughter of Vonda Whiddon and Troy Gunter; and Taylor is the daughter of James and Nancy Taylor.) Simmons, the daughter of Lakechia Bryant and Gregory Simmons, swept the remaining award categories, winning the Be Your Best Self, tness, talent and self-expression Viva Gunter, left, won the Scholastic Award; All veterans invited to VA informational sessionVFW Post 9225 of Perry has scheduled an information session on Veterans Administration (VA) benets to be presented by James Dennis Leary Jr., accredited VA attorney. The meeting will be held Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the VFW building located on Veterans Drive, starting at 7 p.m. All area veterans, spouses, survivors and visitors are welcome. Leary will discuss VA pensions, ratings and death benets. Fields of Faith tonight at Dorsett Stadium2014 Fields of Faith gets underway at Dorsett Stadium tonight at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The event will feature worship songs led by the Praise Band, testimonies and skits by students from several local churches. Pastor Tyler Campbell of First Baptist Church will conclude the program.SAC to vote on school improvement planTaylor Technical Institutes School Advisory Council (SAC) will meet Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 4 p.m. The meeting, which is open to the public, will be held in the conference room at the school. The council will be voting on the 2014-15 School Improvement Plan.Relay For Life committee, teams meet Thursday Taylor Countys Relay For Life will hold a committee and team meeting this Thursday, Oct. 9, at Evangel Christian Fellowship. Committee members will meet at 5:30 p.m. followed by a team meeting at 6 p.m. Discussions will include the upcoming Relay Kick-Off reception slated for Nov. 13.Annual Salem School reunion is this SaturdayThe annual Salem School Reunion will be held this Saturday, Oct. 11, at Bird Island, beginning at 11 a.m. For more information, please contact Bea Strickland at 584-3699 or Janice Byrne at 584-9420.Meeting set for Stephens SpringA group of concerned Steinhatchee area citizens will hold a meeting Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 6:30 p.m. at the Stephens Spring site in Steinhatchee. Please see page 11 Please see page 3The Taylor County School District is investigating an alleged incident which occurred on a school bus last week. Superintendent Paul Dyal conrmed that an investigation is ongoing involving an incident at one of our bus stops. Dyal said Tuesday he is awaiting a report from Transportation Coordinator Keith Johnson, who was out of the ofce last week and returned Monday. He said Johnson will present him with a report on the incident and a recommendation on whether any discipline needs to take place. According to Dyal, the bus stop in question was crowded with more students than usual. Some directions were given as to who was to sit where, he said. Some students didnt want to sit where they were told. The incident subsequently turned into a confrontation and some of the students had to be disciplined. The incident was recorded by the bus camera and the tapes have been reviewed, Dyal added, stating that he could not comment further until the report is nalized.Crowded school bus stop leads to inquiry? VA clinic efforts delayed, againTaylor Countys efforts to establish a new U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) clinic in Perry appear to have been delayed again, as local ofcials are now awaiting a supplemental lease agreement from the federal agency for the countyowned building set to house the clinic. After more than a year of discussions with VA representatives, the Taylor County Commission approved a lease agreement for the building in June. The lengthy document, which tops 60 pages, details the modications needed to make the building suitable to the VA. The building is located at 1218 Peacock Avenue, across the street from the Florida Department of Health in Taylor County. County Administrator Dustin Hinkel told commissioners Monday that the county recently received the signed contract Please see page 7 To help kick off the 59th annual Florida Forest Festival, Georgia-Pacic and the Foley Cellulose Mill have donated $12,500 toward festival activities. The month-long celebration of the states forests and forest-related industry began this past weekend with the Distinguished Young Women Program and continues Saturday, Oct. 11, with the Little King and Queen Pageant. First held in 1956 as the Pine Tree Festival, the Florida Forest Festival continues to be Taylor Countys signature event each year. The festival itself Please see page 7GP donates $12,500 to forest festival Georgia-Pacic and the Foley Cellulose Mill recently donated $12,500 to the Florida Forest Festival. Shown above are festival board members: (from l to r) front row, Chris Folsom, Walter Cox, Dawn Taylor and Rick Olcott; and back row, Chris Brannon, Rick Battillo, Pat Barbaree, Amy Bowden, Dan Simmons and Jack Smith.
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called soley to address the loan dispersal request by BioNitrogen, Mayor Mike Deming said. This is one of the many public hearings weve had regarding this issues since back in December, he noted. Due to the issues that have come upthere were a lot of things that I had not vetted myself. I respect our city manager and I took a lot of things at face value, which you should do to a point. Since then Ive had an opportunity to look over all the vetting processes, the documents, the studiesIve looked at all the tremendous amount of work that has been donethe qualications of the companies that have done the vetting, they are all very respected companies. As a result I feel even more condent in BioNitrogen and the ability for them to be successful in our community. Thats my position, Councilman David Sullivan said. Jim Bassett, chairman of the Taylor County Development Authority (TCDA), was the rst to speak in favor of moving forward with the BioNitrogen project: The TCDA is enthusiastic about the BioNitrogen plant for our community and all the benets it will bring. In fact, TCDA is the issuing authority for the $300 million in bonds that are slated to be purchased by Deutsch Bank, which will assume all the risk away from TCDA. TCDA has already used some of our budget to insure some small parcels of land necessary for the project remained available. The 50+ permanent high paying jobs will help generate around 150 additional jobs in the community. Think of all the folks who work at and because of the mill that are not Georgia-Pacic employees. This proves this statistic. Its great that many of the 250 construction jobs that will be created during construction of the plant can be lled by Taylor Countians, many who have to travel out of town now for work. There will also be folks coming to stay in our hotels, eat in our restaurants, buy gas at our stations, and purchase items in our stores from the different equipment suppliers overseeing the installation of their equipment at the plant for 18-24 months. This too will be a boost to our local economy. The $300-plus million investment here to build the plant will be the largest manufacturing investment for Taylor County in over 60 years, since Buckeye was built. That investment becomes new tax revenue for the county, money that will help Taylor Countians. The city is slated for around $1 million a year in new revenue from city utility services for the plant, and that is great news for city residents. As you can see by these numbers, this project will serve as an ideal catalyst to spur the development of our communitys economy which is exactly what economic development is. Additionally, it will also play a key role in heightening awareness of Taylor County as an ideal location to conduct business, and it will help future business attraction and industrial recruitment activity. Their operations are carbon neutral; there are no harmful emissions from the plant. The urea nitrogen fertilizer being produced by BioNitrogen is not explosive or dangerous. Unfairly, many people confuse it with ammonia nitrate, which can be dangerous. TCDA has vetted and looked into BioNitrogen since we rst met them late last year. We do this with many companies that knock on our door, and many of them dont pass our inspection. We recognized from the beginning that they are a start-up company, but were convinced that they are for real and worth helping to locate in Taylor County. The economic and lifestyle improvement opportunities that their location and operations here offer rarely come along, and we shouldnt shoo them away. Being leaders can often be difcult and challenging. TCDA applauds the citys leadership in the BioNitrogen efforts to this point, and I encourage you to remain courageous and forward thinking and urge you to continue the work to bring this company to our community, Bassett concluded. My purpose here tonight is to encourage you to move forward. Everybody was a startup at one time. (BioNitrogen) is building a future, creating a new company that will be here for us and will create a great income ow for the City of Perry. There has been much condemnation of BioNitrogen for one mans mistake. Its my understanding he is out of the picture while our cash is on the table, former city councilman Don Cook said. The timeline, the business plan, their commitment to the project are all still in place. They have been investigated and endorsed by the state. They were brought to us by a corporate company, individuals we trust. They are backed by major banks. That is why I wanted to encourage you to move forward. From a historical perspective, not since 1982 has a seated city council had the opportunity to make a monumental decision that will impact the City of Perry for decades. In 1982, Joe Yarbrough and his council, in the majority, took the lead in supporting the reorganization of city government turning over to a city manager style of government. Every other council since that time has been praised for keeping it on track. No other council has had the opportunity, until you have tonight, to take advantage of an opportunity that is going to move us forward for decades into a positive cash ow situation. If you vote that way tonight, you will be the most signicant seated city council in 32 years, Cook said. Local resident Becky Jerrells asked the council to delay taking action until the arrest is cleared up. Hold on. Find out the whole story before you let them have the money. Prior to taking a vote, Councilman Alan Hall said he had done the research and Im ready to move forward. I feel like we have stopgaps in place to protect the public and I am ready to move forward, Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton said. I am ready to move forward also, Councilwoman Venita Woodfaulk said. Sullivan made a motion to release funds for the project; Hall offered a second and it passed unanimously. A-3 Taco Times October 8, 2014 BIONITROGEN Continued from page 1 Largest manufacturing investment for Taylor County in over 60 years
A-4 Taco Times October 8, 2014 Living Saturday wedding Allen and Dolly Miller, along with Joe and Maryann Traynor of Perry, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Samantha Traynor, to Ashley Belle, the son of Earl Belle of Perry and the late Brenda Belle. The couple will be married Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, at 7 p.m. at the Miller Home. No formal invitations will be issued; all friends and relatives are invited to attend. WHATEVER IT TAKES 300 families represented at APTTTaylor County Elementary School (TCES) is calling its rst APTT (Academic Parent Teacher Teams) Night a huge success, noting that 300 families were represented. We were so pleased that 44% of our students had parents or guardians represented. They received information about their childs academic performance and learned ways that they can help them at home, said Assistant Principal Sabrina Lytle. This was double the attendance of 22% that we had last year. The number one message from TCES is that we must work together to make our children successfulwhich resonates in our school motto this year: Whatever It Takes! Parental praise made the night an even larger success for the faculty. It was an amazing interaction with the teacher and the information I got regarding my childs progress was very informative, said Lillian Nixon, parent of a fourth grade student. I learned great activities that I can use to help my child. I was made to feel very comfortable by teachers and everyone at the school. Wade Goodman, who has children in both third and fth grades at TCES, stated, The school did an amazing job. It was well organized, very informative, and I have some practical activities I can use with the kids. Well done! TCES would like to invite all families to their next APTT night on January 27, 2015, from 5:30-7 p.m. Vendors sought for bazaar; plan to shop on Nov. 20th The Perry Womans Club is hosting its annual Christmas Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 20, with doors opening at 4 p.m. This event is open to the public. We welcome all shoppers and vendors, said LaDonna LaValle for the club. Interested in being a vendor? Dont delay! Reservations will be accepted on rst come, rst served basis. The cost for the booth rental is $40, which must be submitted in advance along with your reservation request. On the day of the bazaar, doors open at 4 p.m. for guests and will remain open until 8 p.m. For more information, please contact LaValle at (850) 843-3144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not interested in being a vendor, no problem. The Perry Womans Club urges you to come do some early Christmas shopping! which went into the APTT Night at Taylor County Elementary School. At left Kay Dudley works with parent, Cynthia Hunt, while below, Assistant Principal Sabrina Lytle assists a table of parents and guardians. The event was a huge success, said Lytle.
A-5 Taco Times October 8, 2014 Community Twenty-ve junior jungle residents will take over Forest Capital Hall Saturday, Oct. 11, for the 59th annual Florida Forest Festival Little King & Queen Pageant. Welcome to the Jungle is the theme for this years program, which starts at 6 p.m. e opening number will include lots of dierent jungle animals, introduction of each contestant and an amazing nale, Co-Chairs Amy Bowden and Marcy Freeman said. Tickets are on sale now at the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce ($5 each). Tickets and programs will also be available at the door. Taylor Countys junior princes and princesses will be vying for the Little King and Little Queen crowns, showcasing their personalities in two separate competition rounds: What I Want to Be When I Grow Up and formal wear. Scott Mixon will serve as Master of Ceremonies. Entertainment will be provided by the newly named 2014 Distinguished Young Woman of Taylor County Jharmara Simmons. Deuces Wild will also perform two songs. Contestant #1 Trey Roca Parent: Kayla Smith Contestant #2 Mabry Johnson Parents: Felicia & Jeremy Denmark, Joshua Johnson Contestant #3 Jalen Albritton Parents: Roland & Carrie Early Contestant #4 Briana Edwards Parents: TJ & Melissa Edwards Contestant #5 Bradley Freeman Parents: Beth & Bry Freeman Contestant #6 Hunter Sparkman Parents: Eric & Kera Sparkman Contestant #7 Kaylan Barnes Parent: Kayla Granger Contestant #8 Aiden Chapman Parents: Andrea & David Chapman Contestant #9 Aubriana Vann Parents: Adam & Jessica Vann Contestant #10 Jalyn Sheppard Parents: Tiany Slaughter & Kenny Sheppard Contestant #11 Colin Stiles Parents: Mindy & Christopher Stiles Contestant #12 Kyran Barnes Parent: Kayla Granger Contestant #13 Kennedy Padgett Parents: Troy & Ashley Padgett Contestant #14 Nolan Amman Parents: Justin & Jennifer Amman Contestant #15 Andre Smith Jr. Parents: Oriel Blalock & Andre Smith Contestant #16 Marshall Slaughter Parents: Bradley & Tricia Slaughter Contestant #17 Hannah StaabParents: Kristin MacQueen & Greg Staab Jr. Contestant #18 Kolton Parker Parents: John & Kelli Reams Contestant #19 Praislyn Ash Parent: Pamela Ash Contestant #21 Cason Camps Parents: Heather Grubbs & Jason Camps Contestant #22 Melissa Sunderland Parents: Paul & Leslee Sunderland Contestant #23 Georgia Miller Parents: Paul & Crystal Miller Contestant #24 Callen Morgan Parents: Emma & Garrett Morgan Contestant #25 Paityn Clark Parents: Wil & Janet Clark Contestant #26 Preston DenmarkParents: Hope & Seth Mardis, Jeremy & Felicia Denmark Welcome to the Little King, Queen will be crowned Saturday is Friday, Oct. 10, is the nal day to submit entries for the 59th annual Florida Forest Festival Baby Photo Contest. Photos must have been taken aer April 1, 2014. e contest is divided into six age groups: 0-6 months; 7-11 months; one year; two years; three years; and four years. Entries will be judged on the following criteria: uniqueness of photo, capturing the moment, baby showing personality and photogenic quality. All entries must be amateur photos, 5x7 in size with a matted border (not framed) and only one photo per child. Entries should be turned in at Photos & Frames (located at 102 East Main Street). Entry fees are $9. Winners will be announced at Saturdays Little King & Queen Pageant. Baby photo contest deadline is this Friday
158th Homecoming SundayFirst Baptist Church extends a cordial invitation to everyone in the community to join the congregation for the 158th Homecoming celebration planned for Sunday, Oct. 12. All members, former members, neighbors, friends and relatives are welcome. Dr. Tom Kinchen, president of the Baptist College of Florida, will speak. The celebration will continue after worship with a covered dish luncheon. No evening services will be held. A family that prays... Radical Nation House of Prayer presents, A Family That Prays this weekend, based on II Chronicles 7:14. Guest speaker for the 7 p.m. services on Oct. 10 and 11 will be May Dupree of Lighthouse Fellowship Prayer Tower. Family Day will be observed Sunday, Oct. l2, from 1-5 p.m. with bounce houses for the kids, food and fellowship. Pastor Victor Conde III and Co-Pastor Adrianne SpainConde invite everyone in the community to attend. Demps honored on anniversary Christian Tabernacle celebrates Pastor Chester Demps fourth anniversary this Sunday at 8 a.m. and also again at 4 p.m. For the 8:00 service, Bethel of Mt. Sinai in Mayo will be special guests. Elder Carolyn Demps will bring the message while the Praise Team provides the music. At 4 p.m., the Rev. Bart Hollis will preach with the song service led by Trinity House of Praise. Brunch will be served in the afternoon; everyone is invited to attend.Fall Festival is SaturdayFirst United Methodist Church welcomes the fall season in grandiose fashion, presenting again its annual festival featuring handmade crafts, home-baked goodies, homecanned jams and jellies, vintage treasures and more. The festival is planned for Saturday, Oct. 11, beginning with a pancake breakfast from 6-9 a.m. The sale continues until early afternoon. The church urges you to make your plans to attend.A-6 Taco Times October 8, 2014 Religion Want to help with Thanksgiving outreach? Meet ThursdayA community meeting is planned for this Thursday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. at Barclays Restaurant to begin planning for the 2014 Thanksgiving Outreach set for Nov. 26, the day before Thanksgiving. Churches and civic groups are encouraged to participate, said Mary Browning who has headed the event since its inception ve years ago. Browning says the group is already seeking donations. Two plating locations have been designated this year: First Presbyterian Church on Plantation Road and First Assembly of God on West Julia. The group served more than 1000 meals in 2013 and looks to reach 1500 this year. Prior to the Thanksgiving meal on Nov. 27, a crusade will be held at Loughridge Park, Nov. 23-25, with the Rev. Bill Jenkins as speaker each evening. Dinner will be served prior to services which will feature various community musical groups, as well as prize give-aways. Methodist Fall Festival is SaturdayFirst Baptist Church has 158 reasons to celebrate Sunday
A-7 Taco Times October 8, 2014 will be held Saturday, Oct. 25. Georgia-Pacic and the Foley Cellulose Mill take great pleasure in supporting and participating in the Florida Forest Festival, Foley Public Affairs Manager Scott Mixon said. We appreciate the work and effort of festival board members, staff and volunteers who coordinate one of the largest events in the region. We join with everyone in our community to celebrate the efforts of those who work in the forest industry and the natural resources that we enjoy in so many ways. Taylor County is truly the Tree Capital of the South! We appreciate the continued support of the Foley Cellulose Mill and look forward to working with them again this year during the Florida Forest Festival, said Dawn Taylor, president of the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce and Taylor County Tourism Development Council. The longtime support of the Foley Cellulose Mill has enabled us to continue the many years of bringing the public the Florida Forest Festival, Florida Forest Festival board member Rick Olcott said. back from the VA, but added that he was told during a subsequent walkthrough of the building (with a contingent of VA representatives) that additional changes would need to be made, necessitating a supplemental agreement between the county and the VA. We apparently had our wires crossed about the reason for the walkthrough, Hinkel said Tuesday of the meeting, which was held Sept. 24. We were outnumbered (by VA representatives) by a good three to one margin, he said. They wanted to be thorough. They brought experts from different elds, including IT, environmental, contracts, engineering and a security specialist, as well as the future occupants of the building. Asked when he expects to receive the supplemental agreement, Hinkel said, Hopefully as soon as possible. Theyre compiling it as we speak, Im told. The existing lease agreement includes specic requirements for building improvements, such as the size and type of doors, ceiling panels and windows, including the type of blinds and level of sun-control lm to be installed. The cost to renovate the building is expected to be at least $90,000, with the county funding the work up front and the VA reimbursing the county once the project is completed. The duration of the lease is for 10 years with a renewal option for another ve years. Hinkel told commissioners Monday that it is important that the improvements be made to VAs specications to ensure the county is reimbursed for the work. The county has been working to re-establish a VA clinic here since the one at the Health Department closed in July 2011. VA CLINIC Continued from page 1 County outnumbered by VA reps 3 to 1 FOREST FESTIVAL Continued from page 1 59th Florida Forest Festival slated for Saturday, Oct. 25
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A-11 Taco Times October 8, 2014 awards. Following the opening number, the candidates returned to the stage for a ve and one-half minute workout for the tness portion of the judging. Next came talent performances and nally the evening wear/ self-expression showcase. During the nal competition phase of the program, the candidates appeared on stage in cocktail-length evening wear selections of their choice. Marine Sgt. Chad Mitchell stood at attention centerstage and presented each distinguished young lady a long-stemmed red rose. 2013 Distinguished Young Woman Makenzie Cannon took a nal walk before assisting with the awards presentation. Other special guest appearances included the 2013 Little King Hudson Harvey and 2013 Little Queen Kaylan Kirk. Special entertainment was provided by Taylor Gymnastics, Cheer & Dance as well as a lyrical dance performance from Casey Copeland. Cindy Vees of Madison served as emcee and Kimberly Shefeld was creative director; co-chairs for the event were Sonya Jones and Tonya Benziger. Simmons rst ofcial appearance as the 2014 DYW will be at this Saturdays Little King & Queen Pageant. A-11 T aco Times October 8, 2014 1 Sales Associate This is not an entry level sales position so individuals without any prior sales e xperience will not be considered. Applicant will have to travel occasionally.This is a performance based position with an emphasis on continued growth.No previous employees.Driving record report and drug test will be required if hired. Minim um Qualifications Education : High school graduation required. Bachelor Degree from an accredited school is required. A preference will be given for an applicant with a 4 year college degree, but a ranking officer of the US Military or 5 years of sales e xperience with one company. Apply in Person at Big Top Manufacturing.Accepting the qualified applicants, starting Thursday, 10/9/14, at 8 a.m. EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled BLM Laser Operator assistant (1 position) Job Description: Laser Operator achieving immediate and short term productions objective.This position requires near perfect attendance and punctuality.You will be required to work any reasonable overtime hours in order to meet production needs. 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