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Mixed emotions surround the predicament
involving the grand century oak tree located on the north-
west corner of Range Avenue and US 90 in downtown
Madison. The great tree's growth has recently gotten the .h
attention of the Florida Department of Transportation,
specifically regarding its roots. The huge tree's roots have
pushed up the handicap sidewalk access significantly over
the years, rendering it too steep to maneuver.
Handicap cut-ins at the corners of sidewalks are com-
monplace, and no one has suggested that appropriate ac-
cess should not be allowed. Many
residents and merchants are simply -
Please see Landmark, Page 4 Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis,
January 4, 2010


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When Thelma Tho-
mpson began her crusade
to have a modern public
library in Lee, she never
imagined the sate-of-the-
art 5000 square foot facili-
ty that is opening soon in
Lee. Her dream began
with soliciting book do-
nations and finding any
building suitable for the
public to pick up and
drop off books.
First as a volunteer,
and later as librarian,
Thelma connected with
Regional Librarian Dan-
ny Hales, who addressed
the Madison County
Board of County Comion-
ers on Jan. 6 to discuss
his dear friend and asso-
ciate.
Hales reviewed de-
tails of the project, em-
phasizing the great job
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brary had done raising money and awareness,
and Hales then turned his attention to his dear
friend Thelma.
"The Friends of the Lee Library request that
you approve the library's conference room to be
named for Thelma Thompson," Hales requested.
The board unanimously agreed. The dedica-
Please see Thompson, Page 4


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Around Madison 6-7
Turn Back Time 12
Classifieds 16
Health 13
Outdoors 15
School 10
Legals 17
Church 9
Sports 11


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Wednesday, January 6, saw a cold
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Fire Damages

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The Lee Girl Scouts are getting ready to kick-off another great cookie sea-
son. School and booth sales will be starting soon. Pictured left to right are: Mad-
die Gurley, Charlene Medders, Cheyenne Sanders, Stephanie Harrell, Alayna
Kaiser, Shamiya Thompkins, Trinity Mathis, Tyresha Hudson, Sidney Mills and
Morgan Mercer.

Girl Scout Cookie

Season Is Underway


It is that time of year again! Girl
Scout Cookie pre-orders start January
1. Girls Scouts from across the 19
counties of the Florida Panhandle will
take preorders for cookies from Janu-
ary 1 through January 25. Cookies will
be delivered to customers starting Feb-
ruary 13. The price is $3.50 per box.


The preorder period guarantees
customers the availability and the re-
ceiving of their favorite cookies. Girl
Scout Cookie Booths begin February
20.
This year's theme "Inspired By U..."
will continue the tradition of provid-
Please see Girl Scouts, Page 4


Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap, Jan. 6, 2010
Smoke pours out of a home as the sun sets at a
home on 509 SW Horry Street.
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Shortly after 5 p.m. on Wednesday, January 6, a
structure fire at 509 SW Horry Street was called in
to Madison Fire and Rescue.
According to MFR Fire Inspector Archie Strick-
land, no one was injured in the fire. The owner of
the home is Shannon Douglas, who was not home at
Please see Fire Damage, Page 4


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Humbled

By Love
How many of you remember those moments in your
life when you have been humbled? Right when you think
you're the smartest, prettiest or handsomest person on
Earth someone will blurt out "You have a banana nose"
or "I work in the guidance counselor's office; I know what
you made on your SAT back in 1982." It's humiliating and
it works to humble you.
Have you ever been humbled by love? You may have
decided that you don't need the rest of the world; they
don't care for you. Then someone does something nice
for you and you realize that there is someone who cares.
Although it's been a long time since I've been in any
one of the situations I mentioned above, I really felt a
load of love over Christmas and it truly humbled me.
People are so good to me, when I don't deserve it.
I won't mention names in this article but I do want
to thank quite a few people for things they did for me at
Christmas and all through the last year.
I want to thank the man who loaned me his gas card
when my brother was in the hospital and again when my
father was in the hospital.
I want to thank a friend who showed up at Christmas
and brought my family and I Christmas gifts, including
coats, gloves and money
I want to thank the person who gave my family a
new couch for Christmas.
I want to thank the lady who made supper for my
family one evening during the holidays.
I want to thank the person who gave me a microwave
oven for Christmas.
I want to thank the lady who left the DVD and the
backpack for me at work.
I want to thank everyone for the wonderful gifts they
gave my family and myself.
I want to thank the people who showed up during the
surgeries that my father and brother had this past year.
Most of all, I want to thank everyone for the won-
derful prayers that have gone up for my family and my-
self.
These things have all shown Christ's love to me more
and more. They have humbled me. I am humbled by the
love these people have shown.
Father, help me to be giving like so many of my
friends and family have been to me. In Jesus' name,
Amen.


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New Enterprise established 1901
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Friday,January 8, 2010


(Why We Say The Things We Say)


Lo And Behold!
It's one of those phrases that makes you feel like
you're quoting scripture. And perhaps that's the
comfort when we utter it, as it sounds a little holier
than our everyday speech (even when referencing
the most worldly of things --like finding that Wii
game right there on the shelf just in time for Christ-
mas).
Such was my case last week while lamenting
mall traffic and my own poor timing. I was about to
give up when "lo and behold" there was a space,
right near the door!
As if Gabriel himself had come down to direct
traffic, I found myself saying (to no one there) "Well,
lo and behold, there's a spot right there!"
For the record, the words "lo" and "behold" do
appear in scripture, 16 times to be exact, but inter-
estingly enough, the two words are never once
shown together in the way that we reference them
today
From Genesis 15:3 to Matthew 28:7, the combi-
nation of "lo" and "behold" are used to exclaim
something extraordinary (like when Abraham
learns he will father a nation or when Jesus' disci-
ples discover he has risen). It's not that the words
aren't IN the text. It's just that they aren't spoken in
the order in which we say them today. (In scriptural
context, you'll find beholdss" always precede the
lo'ss" and most often with several words in be-
tween.)
By definition, "lo" (which came to us through
the Middle English) translates "Look!" (as in an ex-
pression of utter surprise.) Adding "behold" lends
more emphasis.
Why we turned them around, I cannot say, but it
is safe to say the phrase often credited to the Bible,
is in fact, quite secular. And while yes, it has a
scriptural flair, "lo and behold" is otherwise just a
polished up version of "Well would you take a look
at that?"


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Help You With

Solutions For

Your Life
With the start of a New Year, thoughts of change
and new beginnings take priority. We often make
resolutions to start anew; become more organized,
manage our lives a little better or start a new pro-
ject. Regardless of your plans for the New Year,
UF/IFAS Extension can be a source of information
to help.
Our Extension website at the University of
Florida: SolutionsForYourlife.com, was launched a
couple of years ago to provide the latest researched
based information to consumers at the stroke of a
computer key board. It is designed to provide real
answers for real life. Check out the page to find an-
swers on any topic form A-Z. Information on agri-
culture, community development, environment,
family and consumer, 4-H youth development and
lawn care are just a few of the major topics.
At the main website, you can do a search on a
topic of interest or click on a major category For ex-
ample, if you click on agriculture, it takes you to a
page where you will find more topics. You can find
out about small farms, livestock, farm safety or legal
issues just for a start.
The connection between humans and nature is
an important one; our economy, culture and quality
of life are tied to the environment. Want to learn
more about conserving natural resources? Go to the
"Sustainable Living" page and find a wealth of in-
formation. Fact sheets from energy conservation to
landscaping and renewable resource will be avail-
able.
Need information on managing money in this
difficult economy and managing money in 2010?
There is a section on "Managing in Tough Times"
with links to basic money management, credit and
debit management, or saving and investing. Step by
step guidelines to get you on track to making the
most of your income.
Of course, your local Extension office is only a
phone call away at 973-4138. We are the Madison
County branch of the UF/IFAS Extension and can
give you personal assistance. We hope you will con-
tinue to call on us throughout the years for the latest
information concerning agriculture, consumer and
youth development.
The University of Florida Extension/IFAS Exten-
sion Madison County is an Equal Employment Op-
portunity Affirmative Action Employer authorized to
provide research, educational information and other
services only to individuals and institutions that
function without regard to race, color sex, age, hand-
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This Is Not

Florida Weather


Brr-brr-brr! When did Florida decide to vacation
in Alaska and take me along? I'm sure I protested
strongly for I've never cared for cold weather, now es-
pecially since osteoporosis has settled in my bones
permanently and cold makes them ache.
But as I sit near the glass door to the front deck,
the sun streaming through feels and looks like real
Florida sunshine, so perhaps the state is still in the
sunny south after all. But the weather reports 15 de-
grees and possible snow this weekend. The last time
snow fell on Florida soil was, I believe, in 1989 and
that was quite a surprise.
My new puppy Bandit loves it though. Yesterday,
Arlo r55 :aue ran wild most of the day, barking and growling. I
Providers envied her energy, but she put on quite a show. Also,
my birds returned and the ground was covered with
doves, a flock of blackbirds, robins, dozens of tiny
wrens and even my beautiful cardinals. One male al-
ways perches on the edge of the deck and looks in at
me as if to say, "I'm back. Where's the food?" I don't
Know why they all left for a while. The jaybirds, who
are always around, still haven't reappeared. And, for
some reason, I don't see as many squirrels.
Grandson Don, who spent a holiday week with
me, returned to Atlanta yesterday He was quite a
help, cooking and keeping the house clean. He
cooked a traditional New Year's dinner blackeyed
peas, hog jowl and rice after we sat on the deck the
night before and watched the fireworks in "down-
town Lee." Don says he really likes it here and enjoys
our conversations but, of course, as a chef, maitre'd
and caterer, Atlanta is where his work is. He is
daughter Joan's youngest son.
The holidays haven't been kind to some families
in the area, I'm sorry to say, and right now, I'm wait-
ing to hear the latest on Jimmy Askew of Lake City,
who is in Shands of Gainesville on life support. Jim-
my is like a son to me and always said I was the only
real mother he ever had. He and daughter Mona have
a son, Troy, who is in his early forties now. Troy, Vic-
ki, Mona and her husband, Charlie, are at the hospi-
tal now.
On that sad note, I would like to say that I hope
most of you enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and
can look forward to a year of prosperity and happi-
Sness. So long for now.


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February 10, 2010, The Madison County Carrier
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Send us your scouting photo and be a part
of the celebration! No Charge!
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Friday,January 8, 2010


Madison County

CRIME BEAT
ALL SUSPECTS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED
INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A
COURT OF LAW

Two Arrested In

Domestic Dispute
Two men were arrested in a domestic dispute
that led to a physical confrontation.
According to a Madison Police Department re-
port, on January 1 at 1:47 a.m., Ptl. Ruth Parks was
dispatched to 473 S.W Jeanette Circle in reference to
a physical altercation.
On arrival, Parks spoke with the victim. The
victim advised Parks that her husband, Wallace
Montina, had dragged her out of the residence by
her shirt collar.
At this time, Josh Arnold came outside and con-
fronted Montina, causing a physical altercation be-
tween the two.
After conducting a preliminary investigation,
Ptl. Parks placed Wallace Montina and Josh Arnold
under arrest.
Montina was charged with domestic violence
battery and Battery Arnold was charged with ag-
gravated battery
Both Montina and Arnold were transported to
the Madison County Jail.


Thompson

cont from Page 1
tion of the conference room and grand opening of
the library is due soon. It is located next to Lee Ele-
mentary School on US 90.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


Landmark

cont from Page 1
looking for an alternative to removing this 100-year-
old landmark in historic downtown Madison.
The FDOT hearing will be held on Jan. 26, at 10
a.m., at the Courthouse Annex, where the county
commission usually meets. Residents are urged to
participate.
Michael Curtis can be reached at
Michael@greenepublishing.com.


Girl Scouts


cont from Page 1
ing a quality cookie while teaching effective skills to
girls.
"The cookie product program provides the girls
with an opportunity to learn business skills includ-
ing customer service, budgeting and planning," said
Raslean M. Allen, CEO of the Girl Scout Council of
the Florida Panhandle. "Through the Gifts of Car-
ing program, girls take action through service pro-
jects that directly benefit others, giving customers
the option to purchase cookies to donate to an iden-
tified organization."
The Gifts of Caring program especially assists
the Military Troops overseas.
This year's cookie line includes the all-time fa-
vorites: Thin Mints, Samoas, and Tagalongs; Do-Si-
Dos, Trefoils, and Lemon Chalet Cremes are also
available.
New to the cookie lineup this year is the "Thank
U Berry Munch" cookie. This new cookie has pre-
mium cranberries that provide a sweet tartness,
which nicely accompanies the creamy white fudge
chips. With zero trans fat and no hydrogenated oils,
this cookie is sure to be a fast seller.
The Girl Scout Cookie Sale is the number one lit-
eracy program for girls. By selling cookies, girls are
able to realize their full potential and become
strong, confident, and resourceful citizens. Many
successful business women today say that they got
their start in the business world by selling Girl
Scout Cookies.
The Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhan-
dle invites girls from kindergarten to twelfth grade,
to join the adventure and empower themselves
through courage, confidence and character, to make
the world a better place. Currently, the council
serves 7,150 girls and 2,400 volunteers across 19
counties of the Florida Panhandle. To volunteer or
join Girl Scouts, contact the local council office at 1-
888-271-8778 or visit www.gscfp.org.


Fire Damage

cont from Page 1
the time, but her daughter, Arianna was.
"It started from a wood burning stove," Strick-
land said. "Apparently, embers got inside the wall
from the flue and it caught fire. Our department
wants to express how important it is to get the stoves
checked out before using them."
No one was injured in the fire.
Strickland said that the family is being helped
out by the American Red Cross.


Madison County... _


12/30
Dionte Jermaine
Davis Criminal reg-
istration
12/31
Freddie James
Washington Fail-
ure to appear for pre-
trial conference
Amber Michelle
Umphenour Out of
county warrant
Franco Isais
Cruz No drivers li-
cense
1/1
Demetric Sher-
ard Joseph Posses-
sion of crack cocaine
Jerry Tremain
Alexander Bur-
glary of a structure,
petit theft
Joshua Dewayne
Gamble Burglary of
a structure, petit
theft
Kendrick Labar-
rian Richardson -
VOP (county), tres-
pass of an unoccu-
pied structure
Abdullah Erico
Reed Domestic vio-
lence, VOP (county),
failure to appear for
an arraignment
Stanley Leon
Brown Possession
of marijuana less
than 20 grams
Romeo Fidel Mc-
Daniel Battery (do-
mestic)
Wallace Montina,
Jr. Battery, domes-
tic violence
Joshua Hakeem
Arnold Aggravated


battery with a deadly
weapon


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Hence VOP


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Miguel Blandin
Gonzalez DUI
Marvin Rashawn
House Burglary of
a structure, petit
theft, VOP (fleeing a
law enforcement offi-
cer)
1/3
Arthur Lee Mc-
Daniel Criminal
registration
Joseph Ray Ful-
mer Criminal regis-
tration
1/4
Angela Susanne
Watford Aggravat-
ed battery, burglary
of an occupied struc-
ture
Jamie Denise
Williams VOP (cir-
cuit)
1/5
Archie Drye -
Out of state warrant
Ben Lamont Den-
son Possession of
cocaine with intent
to sell, sale of co-
caine, driving while
license suspended or
revoked
'Angela Lee
Brown Grand theft
auto, burglary of a
residence
James Bernard
Edwards Battery
(domestic)
Bernice Brinson
Davis Petit theft
(shoplifting)


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Ohituary


Frank A.

"Butch"

Zipperer


Frank A. "Butch" Zipper-
er, age 63, died Tuesday Decem-
ber 29, 2009, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center.
Butch was born in Madison,
FL. and his family moved to
Gainesville in 1947. He is a
graduate of Gainesville High
School and Santa Fe Commu-
nity College.
Butch worked for the
Crom Corporation for 30 years.
His interests were teaching
hunting safety courses, Nascar,
and Gator football. Butch
served in the U.S. Navy Subma-
rine Corps.
Butch was preceded in
death by his father, Pennywell
Zipperer, his brother,"Buddy"
Zipperer and three sisters,
Ginia Zipperer, Helen Zipperer,
and Snookie Zipperer He is
survived by his mother Rosa V
Green Zipperer of Gainesville,
FL., daughter, Lisa Lanelle
Paulson, son, Samual Alex Zip-
perer, six grandchildren, Bran-
don Tate, Virginia, twins
Aaron & Andrew Zipperer, and
Jolie & Lana Paulson.
Funeral Services were
held Saturday at 11 a.m.. with a
visitation from 10 -11 a.m. in
the Milam Funeral Home
Chapel. Burial was in Ever-
green Cemetery Gainesville,
FL.


By Paul Niemann
Fred Noonan is a
good example of both be-
ing in the wrong place at
the wrong time, and of be-
ing only a footnote in his-
tory
Most people have
never heard of Fred Noo-
nan. He was born near
Chicago in 1893 to Joseph
and Catherine Noonan.
His father died when
Fred was just four, and at
age 17 he began working
on boats.
He worked on mer-
chant ships during the
Great War as it was
known before World War
II came along. He worked
on three separate boats
that were sunk from un-
derneath him by U-boats,
but it was not his career
as a merchant mariner
that was Fred Noonan's
claim to fame.
It was in aviation
where Fred Noonan
made his mark. In 1930,
he earned his pilot's li-
cense, and over the next
seven years, he earned a
reputation as an expert
navigator as he mapped
flights for Pan Am Air-
lines throughout the Pa-
cific Ocean. It is believed
to be somewhere in the
Pacific Ocean where he
lost his life in an
around-the-world flight
attempt, although there
were only two people
who know for sure what
happened on that flight,


including Fred.
One of his colleagues
flew solo across the At-
lantic Ocean in 1932, and
then wrote a best-selling
book about the experi-
ence. That same col-
league chose
Fred to be
the naviga-
tor on an
around-the-
world flight
in 1937. Fred
was the pi-
lot's second
choice; the
first choice
was Captain
Harry Man-
ning.
Fred's
marine ex-
perience,
combined
with his ex-
perience in flying over
the Pacific, made him the
ideal choice as navigator.
He and his pilot first at-
tempted their worldwide
trip on St. Patrick's Day
in 1937, heading west out
of Oakland. That flight


ended in failure when
they had a problem with
one of the tires. The flight
also included Harry Man-
ning and a stunt pilot
named Paul Mantz
Neither Manning nor
Mantz were
on the second
attempt, and
this time
Noonan and
his pilot flew
eastward.
They flew
over South
America and
Africa, then
India and
southeast
Asia. They
made it as far
as New
Guinea and
attempted to
land at How-
land Island. The had al-
ready covered 22,000
miles, and had just 7,000
more miles to go to be-
come the first people to
circumnavigate the globe
in an airplane.
On their way to How-


land Island, something
went wrong, and their
plane went down some-
where in the Pacific
Ocean. There are several
conspiracy theories sur-
rounding the death of
Fred and his pilot, al-
though the real reason
why their plane went
down will probably never
be known.
Were they captured
by the Japanese? Did
their plane run out of fuel
somewhere over the Pa-
cific? Did it crash on an is-
land?
There is only one per-
son besides Fred Noonan
who knew what happened
to cause his plane to go
down on that fateful day
on July 2, 1937, and that
would be his pilot. And
just who was his pilot?
Amelia Earhart. Be-
cause she was flying the
plane that Fred was navi-
gating.
And you always
thought that she was
alone on that trip, didn't
you?


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It is that time of year
again! Girl Scout Cookie
pre-orders start January 1,
2010. Girls Scouts from
across the 19 counties of
the Florida Panhandle will
take preorders for cookies
from January 1 through
January 25, 2010. Cookies
will be delivered to cus-
tomers starting February
13, 2010. The price is $3.50
per box. The preorder peri-
od guarantees customers
the availability and the re-
ceiving of their favorite
cookies. Girl Scout Cookie
Booths begin February 20,
2010.
January 13
The next meeting of
the 55 Plus Club will be
January 13, 2010 at the
UMCM Community Cen-
ter. The Center is located
about 5 miles North of
Madison on Highway 145.
The purpose of the 55 Plus
Club is to meet for Christ-
ian fellowship over lunch
with an informative or en-
tertaining program, with
particular interest to se-
niors.
All seniors are wel-
come (those 55 and over)
and there are no fees of
any kind and no reserva-
tions are necessary The
lunch is served at 12:00
Noon and the program fol-
lows.





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Inaugural Chili


Cook-off Coming


To Fifth Saturday

Madison County Chamber Chili Challenge
expected to bring sizzling surprises


















By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Fifth Saturday festivals launched last year by Madison Rotary Club
continues to add and attract great new activities. The next event is scheduled
for Jan. 30, where the Inaugural Madison County Chamber Chili Challenge will
be featured, among other vendors and entertainment.
Chili chefs from throughout the region are expected to attend, firing up old
and new recipes that are sure to bring smiles and perhaps a little sweat to
visitors and judges. Of course, there are no admission charges for visitors and
$5 will buy them an all-you-can-eat chili ticket.
The entry fee for the cook-off is only $20. Contestants will set up their own
booths, although the chili may be prepared onsite or prior to the competition.
Among popular prizes, which include cash awards, the winners will qualify for
the Tri County Chili Cook-off that will be held in Taylor County later in the
year. There is even a prize for the best booth and winners will be announced in
time for lunch.
Entry forms and details regarding booths, rules and regulations, may be ob-
tained from the Greater Madison County Chamber of Commerce, which is lo-
cated at 248 SW Range Avenue in downtown Madison. The phone number is
(850) 973-2788.
The Chamber, along with numerous local businesses, agencies and vendors
are committed to making the Fifth Saturday programs entertaining, as they are
always looking for new crowd pleasers. The Chili Cook-off should be a sizzling
addition to that commitment.
Michael Curtis can be reached at michael@greenepublishing.com.


To beat the winter
chill currently gripping
the sunshine state,
Progress Energy Florida
customers are collective-
ly using about 75 percent
more power than is typi-
cal this time of year. As
Floridians brace for an-
other cold day and night,
Progress Energy is
working diligently to
meet customers' energy
needs.
The company antici-
pates being able to pro-
duce and deliver the
power customers want
and need during this
week's cold spell. How-
ever, even with ample
generation capacity, in-
clement weather can
cause scattered outages.
Progress Energy's con-
trol center operates
around-the-clock and is
prepared to dispatch ser-
vice crews at the first
sign of trouble.
"Our top priority is
ensuring our customers'
energy needs are met,"
said Progress Energy
Florida President and
CEO Vincent Dolan. "We
upgrade power plants,
power lines, and other
infrastructure through-
out the year and closely


monitor weather condi-
tions to best prepare to
meet our customers'
growing needs when ex-
treme temperatures set
in."
Electricity use in
the region is nearing
record levels. Last Feb-
ruary, Progress Energy
Florida customers set an
hourly peak-demand
record, using 10,276
megawatt-hours (MWh)
as temperatures dipped
into the 20s throughout
much of the state. While
it is too soon to say
whether customers will
eclipse that mark this
week, energy use will
certainly remain higher
than usual throughout
this cold spell.

Progress Energy
Florida uses the state's
most diverse mix of
power plant resources to
meet the constantly fluc-
tuating needs of its cus-
tomers as reliably and
efficiently as possible.
With customer ener-
gy use high, the compa-
ny is emphasizing its
year-round commitment
to helping its customers
save energy and money.
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can do to reduce their
energy use is to adjust
their thermostat. For
every degree the ther-
mostat is set below 700 F,
customers can save 10
percent on the heating
portion of their energy
bills. To learn more than
100 energy-saving tips,
visit savethewatts.com.
Helping customers
save energy and money
Increased energy
use due to cold weather
can also impact cus-
tomers' energy bills. To
help our customers bet-
ter manage their energy
costs, Progress Energy
offers a number of help-
ful programs, including:
Home or Business
Energy Checks: This is a
free evaluation of a
home or business to ana-
lyze its overall energy
use. Customers receive a
customized report with
specific recommenda-
tions that can help save
energy and money on
their monthly bill. For
more details, visit
savethewatts.com or call
toll-free 1 (888) 302-8348
(Home Energy Check) or
1(877) 372-8477 (Business
Energy Check). Cus-
tomers may also find
more than 100 tips on the
site to help save energy
and money right away
Energy Wise: Cus-
tomers can earn up to
$145 per year by allow-
ing Progress Energy to
temporarily cycle off
power to the central
heating or cooling units,
hot water and pool dur-
ing periods of peak com-
munity demand. Cycles
are infrequent, brief
and limited to select
time periods. Most par-
ticipants say they never
notice the cycles but


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Emily Hentges
were selling tick-
ets for a drawing
being held by the
Madison County .
High School
Cowgirls' soft-
ball team. Three
prizes will be -
given away dur-
ing the drawing, :. .
which will be i
held on January
16, at the alumni
softball game.
The cost to play
in the game will -/ AS,,
be $30.00 per
player, which in-
cludes a t-shirt,
hamburger plate
and lots of fun. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jacob Bembry, January 4, 2010


The event will begin at 3 p.m.
Please RSVP ASAP to Leigh Ra-
gans Webb 673-8741 or 973-6211
or to Coach Sonja Bass 929-
2905. Prizes in the drawing in-
clude a Remington .12-gauge
pump shotgun, a Visa gift card


The next meeting of
the 55 Plus Club will be
January 13 at the United
Methodist Cooperative
Ministries (UMCM)
Community Center.
The center is located
about five miles North of
Madison on Highway
145. The purpose of the
55 Plus Club is to meet
for Christian fellowship


valued at $100 and a Shell gas
card, valued at $50. To purchase
cards, see any member of the
MCHS Cowgirls or call the high
school at (850) 973-5061. All pro-
ceeds benefit the softball team.
Go, Cowgirls!


over lunch with an infor-
mative or entertaining
program, with particu-
lar interest to seniors.
Rosa Richardson,
Elaine Hartley, and
Sharon Underhill will
present the January pro-
gram. They will cover
the programs and ser-
vices available at the
new Senior Citizens


Center.
The hosts for the
luncheon will be Pinetta
United Methodist
Church.
All seniors are wel-
come (those 55 and over)
and there are no fees of
any kind and no reserva-
tions are necessary The
lunch is served at noon
and the program follows.


they enjoy the cred
their monthly bil
learn more,
progress-energy.co]
call toll-free 1 (800:
8744.
Energy Neig
Fund: Customers
need help paying
electric bills can re
assistance through
Energy Neighbor I
All funds collected
participating custo
and employees are
tribute through
social service agei
Since the program
gan in 1988, it has
vided more thai
million in assistant
Florida families ir
sis. For more info
tion,
progress-energy.co]
call toll-free 1 (800:
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Budget Billing:


lit on free program helps cus-
1. To tomers on fixed incomes
visit or others who need a
m or consistent bill forecast
) 700- monthly energy costs
and better plan their fi-
;hbor nances. Customers pay
who an average amount that
their is approximately the
ceive same each month. The
h the difference between the
Fund. budget billing amount
from and the actual amount
mers also appears on the bill.
dis- We encourage any
local customer who is having
ncies. trouble paying his or her
n be- bill to contact us as early
pro- as possible so that we
n $8 can help identify pro-
ce to grams or agencies that
i cri- may be able to offer as-
)rma- distance.
visit Progress Energy
m or Florida, a subsidiary of
) 700- Progress Energy (NYSE:
PGN), provides electrici-
This tv and related services to


more than 1.6 million
customers in Florida.
The company is head-
quartered in St. Peters-
burg, Fla., and serves a
territory encompassing
more than 20,000 square
miles including the
cities of St. Petersburg
and Clearwater, as well
as the Central Florida
area surrounding Orlan-
do. Progress Energy
Florida is pursuing a
balanced approach to
meeting the future ener-
gy needs of the region.
That balance includes
increased energy-effi-
ciency programs, invest-
ments in renewable
energy technologies and
a state-of-the-art elec-
tricity system. For more
information about
Progress Energy, visit
progress-energy.com.


55 Plus Club To Meet


Next Wednesday


Progress Energy Working Around The


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Alounb mabion County


Friday,January 8, 2010


Employees Recognized During


Clerk Of The Court's Christmas Party


Ramona Dickinson Recognized For 30 Year
On the evening of Dec. 17, 2009, ed and outstanding service to the cit-
the employees and guests of the izens of Madison County for 30 and
Madison County Clerk's Office were 25 years, respectively
guests of Tim and Mary Ann On Dec. 17, 1979, Dickinson be-
Sanders at their annual Christmas gan her career working for the late
party held at the Fellowship Hall of Dale Leslie in the Clerk's Office. She
St. Mary's Episcopal Church in was employed by Leslie for one year,
Madison. followed by 12 years with former
Clerk of the Court Sanders pre- Clerk of the Court Alfred Welch and
sented plaques to Deputy Clerks Ra- has been with Sanders for 17 years.
mona Dickinson and Judy Ramona serves the public in the Cir-
Townsend in tribute to their dedicat- cuit Civil Division and Recording.


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Renata Keeling was presented with a
certificate for 10 years of service to Madison
County by Clerk of the Court Tim Sanders.


,s; Judy Townsend Recognized For 25 Years
Townsend's 25-year career in the April Herring, 13 years
Clerk's Office, which began in 1984, Marilyn Williams, 11 years
has spanned the terms of two clerks, Renata Keeling, 10 years
Welch and Sanders. Judy serves in Phyllis Lawson, 10 years
the Criminal Circuit Division. Peggy Newman, 10 years
Sanders also recognized and pre- Sanders stated that the annual
sented certificates to seven other get-together was full of good fun,
Deputy Clerks with at least ten years good fellowship and good food and
of service in the Clerk's Office and he is particularly grateful and ap-
with Madison County They were: preciative of his staff and the wide
Judy Webb, 24 years range of duties they perform serv-
Donna Blair, 20 years ing the citizens of Madison County


Judy Townsend, left, and Ramona Dickinson, right, were pre- Peggy Newman was presented with a
sented with plaques by Clerk of the Court Tim Sanders. Townsend certificate by Clerk of the Court Tim
has worked for the Clerk's office for 25 years and Dickinson has Sanders. Newman has worked with the
worked for the Clerk's Office for 30 years. Clerk's Office for 10 years.


Photo submitted by Renata Keeling


Judy Webb was presented with a certificate by Tim Sanders, left, presented April Herring with a
Clerk of the Court Tim Sanders. Webb has worked for certificate for 13 years experience with the Clerk's
Madison County for 24 years. Office.


Photo submitted by Renata Keeling
Marilyn Williams was presented with a certificate
by Clerk of the Court Tim Sanders. Williams has
worked for the Clerk's Office for 11 years.


Phyllis Lawson was recognized by Tim Sanders
for 10 years with the Clerk's Office


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The Clerk of the Court's office staff celebrated with a Christmas party on Dec. 17. During the party, some
of the employees were recognized for ten or more years experience working with the Clerk's office. Pictured
top row, left to right: Lessia Freeman and April Herring. Second row from top: Judy Webb, Marilyn Williams
and Peggy Newman. Third row from top: Donna Blair, Melissa Bass and Angela Rogers. Fourth row from top:
Sandra Bass, Renata Keeling and Judy Townsend. Bottom row: Phyllis Lawson, LaGretta Woods, Karen Hol-
man, Ramona Dickinson and Tim Sanders.


Photo submitted by Renata Keeling
Donna Blair, left, was presented with a certificate
by Clerk of the Court Tim Sanders for working with
Madison County for 20 years.


Photo submitted by Renata Keeling


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Church


Friday, January 8, 2010


Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9


1appenpiwP


At

Madison

First Bapti
Church

By Kristin Finne3


"There is no fear in
love; but perfect love casts
out fear ..." 1 John 4:18
Sunday morning
service was a blessing to
the Lord in multiple
ways. We began service
with David Fries singing
a beautiful message
through song; the piece
was called "Glory, Glory,
Hallelujah". This was
followed by Pastor Fer-
rell saying the offertory
prayer. The Worship
choir then sang a piece
called "Jerusalem the
Holy City."
Pastor Ferrell's
message came from
Matthew 28:18, John 16,
and Acts 1:8. He spoke
on The Holy Spirit at
work in a lost person
and also the Holy Spirit


at work in the yielded
Christian's witness. In a
lost person, the Holy
Spirit reveals the truth
of God's power and ex-
istence, the Holy Spirit
convicts of sin and en-
ables the lost person to
see the Savior and it
also brings the lost per-
son from death to life.
Upcoming events at
Madison First Baptist
include: The week of
January 10-16, Madison
County will be hosting
the "Madison County
Prays" prayer rally. This
is going to be a time of
prayer throughout the
county Christians are
asked to pray for our
churches, community,
state, and nation. We
will also be beginning


our Membership Class
on January 10th during
our evening service and
6p.m.
AWANA is being
held every Wednesday at
6 p.m. All students are
welcome to be a part of
AWANA or M-Pact
Youth. Youth Minister
Jim Carey would also
like to invite everyone to
join in fellowship with
our youth group. They
meet every Wednesday
at 6:15 p.m.
We would like to in-
vite you to join us for
our services! Our wor-
ship schedule is as fol-
lows: Sunday School, 10 -
11 a.m.; Sunday Morning
Worship 11 a.m.-12 noon.
Sunday Evening Wor-
ship 6 7 p.m., followed
by youth dinner and fel-
lowship until 8 p.m.
Wednesday evening ser-
vices begin at 6 p.m. for
both the adults and
youth and last until 8
p.m.
We would like to ex-
tend our prayers and
God's blessings to Mar-
cia and Donnie Bass on
the birth of a beautiful
daughter names Megan
Elise Bass. May God
bless their growing fam-
ily abundantly!!!
God Bless!


Are you tired of there being more
month than money? Are you ready to
learn how to manage the money you
have and learn how to be debt-
free? Well, mark your calen- *
dars now to attend the*
one day Crown Finan- e
cial Seminar for
Madison County on* *
Saturday, January *
23, from 8:30* *
a.m. until 4:30 p.m. 1 00
The First United
Methodist Church
of Madison is host- 0*
ing this life-chang- '
ing seminar in their
Fellowship Hall. This is
not a financial planner try-
ing to sell you products.
You will receive a complimentary
lunch and a comprehensive syllabus
that includes a money map, which is a
visual guide to true finanical freedom.


Some of the topics that will be covered
are breaking the debt cycle, overcom-
ing common mistakes that cause debt
and how to allocate your expenses so
, b that there is money at the end
of the month.
The entire county is
0 0 invited to participate
in this life-changing
Seminar, that, when
4 e applied, will catapult
Search participant on a
*life-long journey to
0*" true financial free-
t dom.
SThe registration
fee is $25. and you may
register by calling the First
United Methodist Church at
(850) 973-6295, or you may register di-
rectly with Crown Ministries at
Crown.org or by calling 1(800) 722-
1976. Don't miss out on this chance of
a lifetime. They hope to see you there.


THE CHURCH IS


BEING CALLED


"BY NAME"

Prayer Marathon To Be

Held In Madison County


In Sunday schools all
across the world, the story
of "Jacob's Ladder" is
recited to children of
all ages from Gene-
sis 28:10-22. In the
story, the patri-
arch Jacob lies
down at a place
called Luz and
dreams of a
ladder that
was set up on
the earth. Its
top reached
to heaven
and the an-
gels of God
were ascend-
ing and de- '
scending on -
it. The Lord ,
stood above
the ladder and
said, "I am the
Lord God of
Abraham your
father and the
God of Isaac; the
land on which you
lie I will give you
and your descen-
dants. Also your de-
scendants shall be as the
dust of the earth; you shall
spread abroad to the west and the
east, to the north and the south; and
in you and in your seed all the fami-
lies of the earth shall be blessed. Be-
hold, I am with you and will keep
you wherever you go, and will bring
you back to this land; for I will not
leave you until I have done what I
have spoken to you."
The story goes on to say in verse
16 that Jacob awoke from his sleep
and said, "Surely the LORD is in the
place, and I did not know it." And he
was afraid and said, "How awesome
is this place! This is none other than
the house of God, and this is the gate
of heaven!"
Jesus referenced this story when
he encountered the disciple
Nathanael in John 1:51: "And He said
to him,' Most assuredly, I say to you,
hereafter, you shall "see" heaven open
and the angels of God ascending and
descending upon the Son of Man."
These two accounts in Scripture
are a call for the people of God who
comprise the Church to rise up and
"see" that our Lord is calling our
name in this hour and that He
wants to bless His people with in-
sight into His will and purpose for
the Church and for this county,
state and nation.
The Madison County Ministerial


Association has seen this
need to band together in a
united effort to call
God's people to the 2
Chronicles 7:14
mandate: "THE
CHURCH IS BE-
ING CALLED "BY
.AME"
"If My peo-
le who are
Called by My
name will
humble them-
selves, and
pray and
seek My face
o and turn
From their
wicked ways,
then I will
hear from
heaven, and
will forgive
their sin and
heal their
land."
Will you an-
swer the clarion
call to 24/7 prayer
in this hour? Will
you gather with us at
the daily schedule of
events listed below and
begin to intercede for the
church, county, state and nation?
Perhaps in God's mercy, He will hear
from heaven, forgive our sin, and
heal our land."
SCHEDULED GATHERINGS OF
GOD'S PEOPLE IS AS FOLLOWS:
Sunday, January 10, 2010: Noon
kick-off in local churches
Monday, January 11, 2010: 12:15
p.m. prayer at Madison First Baptist
Tuesday, January 12, 2010: 12:15
p.m. prayer at New Zion Baptist,
Greenville
Wednesday, January 13, 2010:
Prayer at public buildings in the
county:
Madison City Hall
Lee City Hall
Greenville Woman's Club
Sirmans Vol. Fire Dept.
Pinetta Vol. Fire Dept.
Thursday, January 14, 2010:
12:15 p.m. prayer at Pinetta Baptist
Friday, January 15, 2010:
12:15 p.m. prayer at Lee Methodist
Saturday, January 16, 2010;
Concluding noon prayer at Madison
County Courthouse
If you have any questions or
need 24/7 prayer sheets, please feel
free to contact Kay Harris, who is
the coordinator of this event at 973-
3238, or at her email address: kissed-
bygrace@embarq-mail.com.


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Friday, January 8, 2010


GED Classes Celebrate Progress

Daytime and evening classes now available!


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Coun-
ty School District is
now sponsoring the
GED program for the
county. Strategic collab-
orations with Work-
force and North Florida
Community College
have created a great op-
portunity to back into
education and more
importantly a career.
Davtime and


evening classes are
available in Madison,
with a customized cur-
riculum to fit all cir-
cumstances. Simply
put, potential students
need only show up and
commit. Instructors
understand that some
are just looking for a
quick refresher, while
others need to start
from the basics. The
bottom line is the pro-
gram is structured to


allow everyone to suc-
cessfully complete the
course and either gets
into college or a voca-
tion they choose.
Currently, there are
several students en-
rolled with corrections
and law enforcement
employment as a goal,
and others for nursing.
Many look forward to
attending NFCC and
having option to go into
a variety of careers. Be-


cause let's face it, of all
the consequences of
dropping out, having
few or no choices and
being stuck in a life of
poverty is tops among
them.
On Dec. 16 and 17,
the daytime and
evening classes held
their respective holiday
parties, where students
and staff celebrated the
achievements of the
class. Students were


presented certificates
recognizing these
achievements, and even
though Santa wasn't
available to join the cel-
ebration, the next best
jolly and lovely elf was
in attendance District
Schools Superintendent
Lou Miller.
Miller also joined
instructors in remind-
ing each student that
his or her commitment
was notable and de-


serving of the greatest
praise. For information
on joining these class-
es, which again are at
no charge, simply
phone the Madison
County School District
at (850) 973-5022. Every
student will find a pace
and place that suits his
or her unique situa-
tion.
Michael Curtis can
be reached at Michael@
greenepublishing.corn


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Robert Holmes proudly displays the Achievement Award presented to Mari-
lyn Gallagher (left) during the holiday celebration held at the school board. He Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, December 16, 2009
and fellow instructors Marguerite Page (right) and Sharon French (center) con- Brandy Lightfoot (left) celebrates the progress she has made toward earning
duct the daytime GED classes on the second floor of Wachovia Bank, in the her GED during a holiday party held on Dec. 16. Her instructors, pictured left to
Workforce office in downtown Madison. right, are: Sharon French, Robert Holmes and Marguerite Page.
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, December 17, 2009
Between spreading holiday cheer, Madison
County Superintendent of Schools, Lou Miller, en-
couraged all the GED students to keep up the good
work. Here, Chris Herring is appreciative of the cele-
bration and looking forward to earning his GED in a
few months.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Michael Curtis, December 16, 2009
Alfonzo McCray's GED instructors, pictured right
to left, Marguerite Page,
Robert Holmes and
Sharon French, expressed
their appreciation for the
progress he has made in
his GED studies during an
awards party held just be-
fore the holidays.


Instructor Sharon Fletcher (left) congratulated
Retha Walker for the progress she has made toward
getting her GED. She attends the evening classes
held at the Workforce Office in the Harvey's Plaza.


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the hard work he has put
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Panthers Lose A Close One To Maclay


Zack Money takes a shot for the Madison Academy Panthers as Masrauders attempt to block.


By Ben Pickels, Madison Academy Boys'
Basketball Coach
The first game after the holiday break Madi-
son Academy lost a hard fought game to the
Maclay Marauders.
The score was tied 11-11 at the half and the
Panthers held Maclay to no points in the second


period by playing good fundamental defense.
As the Panthers took the court in the second
half, the Marauders chipped away at the score.
With the leading scorer for the Panthers,
Zack Money, in foul trouble, Tyler Zimmerly
stepped up and played big for the Panthers.
The final score was 30-23 in Maclay's favor.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Jan. 5, 2010

The leading scorer was Zack Money with 11.
Tyler Zimmerly scored a season high of six
points and Austin Bass had a total of five
points.
The Panthers still have four games remain-
ing and look to close in on Madison Academy's
first winning season.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Jan. 5, 2010
Tyler Zimmerly prepares to throw the ball in
bounds during competition against Maclay.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, Jan. 5, 2010
Dalton Browning guards against a Maclay player.


Madison Academy Gets

Big Win at Steinhatchee


By Ben Pickels, Madison Academy
Panthers Boys Basketball Coach
On December 17, 2009, Madison
Academy traveled to Steinhatchee to
take on the Stingrays.
The Panthers had come ready to
play and won the game 41-10.
At halftime, the score was 19-2 but
the Panthers wouldn't let up in the sec-
ond half of play


The Academy came out and scored
17 points in the third period, which is
the most they have scored all year in
one period of play
The leading scorer was Zack
Money, with a season high of 37
points.
Austin Bass and Tyler Zimmerly
both had two points to assist in the
win.


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Madison County has a
tradition rich and storied in
people who have served the
military. The stories of


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heroic deeds performed by
such men as Colin P Kelly,
Jr., Pete Studstill and Dale
Leslie are known and have
been reported in the pages
of The Madison Enterprise-


Recorder There have been
many other people who
have served in the military
from Madison County.
Some may have performed
even more heroic deeds


than the aforementioned
men. Others may have sim-
ply been support personnel
during times of peace. Re-
gardless, these men and
women have stepped up and


honorably served their of the Florida State
country We turn back time Archives, with the excep-
and look at some of the pho- tion of the one of Pete
tos of the veterans of Madi- Studstill, which was sub-
son County mitted by his family mem-
All photos are courtesy bers.


Colin P Kelly, Jr. was recognized as the first hero
of World War II. A West Point Graduate, on December
10, 1941, Kelly's plane lifted off from Clark Field in
the Philippines. During its bombing run, Kelly's
bomber hit the Japanese cruiser Natori On its return
flight the bomber came under attack by Zeros from
the Tainan Air Group. Kelly stayed at the controls of
the badly damaged aircraft so that the surviving
crewmembers could bail out. Just as he and his co-
pilot attempted to escape the plane exploded, eject-
ing both men. Kelly's co-pilot, Lt. Donald Robins was
able to open his parachute in time. Kelly hit the
ground, parachute unopened. Some of Kelly's family
members, including his sister, Emy Howerton, re-
main in Madison County today.


A World War I service flag was found among
memorabilia belonging to D.H. Mays.


January 6, 1910
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Lt. Dale Leslie was a Navy pilot who helped res-
cue a group of Gen. Chesty Puller's men at Guadal-
canal. He passed over and saw the men had formed
the word "HELP" with their undershirts. He radioed
to another pilot and both men strafe the area, clear-
ing it of Japanese soldiers. Later, Leslie spent a
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January 6, 1950 sult of sev
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the county commissioners signed an agreement on curred wh
est of Mrs. an architect for a new jail to accommodate 30 visi- home.
tors. Mr. an
ded prayer A school bus and a car collided about seven turn of mi
miles west of Madison late Tuesday afternoon on weekend
n in Jack- the heavily traveled Jacksonville-Tallahassee high- "Dream H(
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la and the bus. Several children were in the bus at other relat
the time. One boy had a bump on his head and Mr.
Reams was bruised, but not seriously.
The fire department was called to the J.B. Davis U.S. Se
Service Station at 7 p.m. Tuesday where an explo- Dixie Pac
sion of gas fumes set fire to waste gasoline and oil Julian
outside of the station. The explosion took place lahassee
when a helper dropped a lit cigarette near the hose glycemia,
bringing gasoline from a 2,000-gallon transport Attorr
truck to the pumps. talized sev
Mr. and Mrs. WB. Selman and four children der treaty
visited Mr. Selman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sel- to come h(
man, at Armurchee, Ga., and relatives in Rome last The F
week. versed the
slaying of
January 8, 1960 found on t
C.T. McWilliams, Jr. of Madison has been ap- The court
pointed agent of Standard Oil Co. for Madison tion erred
County, effective Jan.1. key witness
Miss Robbie Cruce of Madison was chosen the
March of Dimes' Teenage Queen in the contest just
lyments held. FISH J
chniians Mr. and Mrs. Leon Strickland of Panama City
spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lamb and
s visited other relatives in Madison County
rds
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Phillips and Henry of
Lee during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Meal il
Norris of Jasper, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norris and
son of Rook Hill, N.C. Pick u
January 9, 1970
r Special Rick Bonfim, North Florida Junior College's All ProcI
.IF singer-composer alumnus, has just returned from aMi
Grd FREE series of concerts presented during the Christmas
fservicelabor holidays, which bring his performances to well over Deadline
ofyadline the 550 mark. He traveled as far away as Niagara Call
onsysem Falls, N.Y. 8
Mr. Russell Hughey is in the hospital as the re-


Pete Studstill, who died Dec. 30, 2009, was
one of the last living survivors of Iwo Jimo. He
spent over a month in the heated battle. He was in
Guam training for the invasion of Japan, which
word came of the Japanese surrender.


Iwo worla war I soldiers are snown during
the war which was called at the time "The Great
War" or "The War to End All Wars."


vere burns by gas. He is reported burned
e, shoulder and thigh. The accident oc-
rile he was lighting a gas heater in his

Id Mrs. Maurice King gave a clockwise
.nds to many during open house this past
when they gave guided tours to their
house" on Marion Street.
Id Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua of Tallahassee
ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. WT. Coody and
ives.
January 11, 1980
en. Dick Stone was here to visit hands at
kers Monday of this week.
Gibson, who spent several days in Tal-
Hospital, under treatment for hyper-
has returned home and is doing well.
ley Ernest M. Page, Jr. has been hospi-
veral days in a Tallahassee hospital un-
ient of a neurologist. He was scheduled
ome Thursday of this week.
irst District Court of Appeal has re-
e conviction of Melvin Boynton in the
SRaymond Robinson, whose body was
:he railroad track in the Madison area.
ordered a new trial. It said the prosecu-
in failing to disclose the name of one
ss and the substance of his testimony.


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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13


A Resolution For Life


Well, it's that time of
year again where people
plan for presents, parties
and resolutions for the
next year. A quote by
Benjamin Franklin, "Be
at war with your vices,
at peace with your
neighbors, and let every
New Year find you a bet-
ter man," reminds
everyone to look for
ways to make them-
selves and those around
them better off.
If you are a tobacco
user, this year has hit
you pretty hard, with the
economy being in the
dumps and then with
state and federal taxes
increasing the cost of
your brand of choice by
nearly 50 percent.
How many years
have you decided, "This
is the year I am going to
quit?" But then some-
thing always gets in the
way or holds you back.
At any given time, 70 per-
cent of all tobacco users
say they want to stop.
Fewer than three in
a hundred people are
successful quitting cold
turkey and on their own.
A combination of sup-


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Fran Hunt, January 4, 2010
Tobacco Cessation Consultant, Preston Math-
ews with Big Bend AHEC has created a very suc-
cessful track record assisting users break the bonds
of tobacco. The program features tools that will help
keep the New Year's Resolution to quit.


port classes, nicotine re-
placement therapy like
patches and gum has
proven to be the most
successful approach to
this process.
"We provide free
programs that follow
this approach to help
people quit their tobacco
habit. We can help you
develop your plan in a
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Many that we have
worked with have said
something like, 'I never
thought I would enjoy a
quit smoking class this
much,'" noted Preston
Mathews, tobacco cessa-
tion consultant with Big
Bend AHEC, who serves
Madison County
If you want to make
that change, they can
help. New sessions are
coming to the following
locations:
Wednesday @
NOON 316 SW Pinckney
St. (bring a brown bag
lunch)
Wednesday @ 5:30
pm at the Madison Co.
Health Dept.
Individual help, call
for an appointment
Call Preston Math-
ews, Smoking Cessation
Consultant at 728-5479.
"We want to help you
break the chains of to-
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SRWMD Riding

Trails Featured

In Statewide

Equestrian Guide


Several horseback
riding trails located on
properties owned by the
Suwannee River Water
Management District
(SRWMD) are featured in
a statewide equestrian
guide.
Florida Equestrian
Trails, A Guide to Flori-
da's Top Equestrian
Trails highlights more
than 30 riding trails lo-
cated on public and pri-
vate lands throughout
Florida. The SRWMD
properties included in
the publication are the
R.O. Ranch Equestrian
Park, the Mattair
Springs Tract and Dev-
il's Hammock Wildlife
Management Area. The
three properties located
in Lafayette, Suwannee
and Levy counties re-
spectively provide some
of the best trail riding
opportunities in the SR-
WMD.
The brochure was
produced by Visit Flori-
da. The Florida Depart-
ment of Environmental


Protection's Office of
Greenways & Trails and
Division of Recreation
and Parks facilitated pro-
duction of the guide.
Copies have been distrib-
uted to parks and trails
throughout the state.
"We are pleased to be
recognized for our riding
trails," said Edwin Mc-
Cook, land management
specialist for SRWMD.
"It is our hope that the
publication will encour-
age more people to take
advantage of our public
lands."
To view the equestri-
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"Equestrian Trails
Brochure." For more in-
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trails on SRWMD lands
visit www.mysuwannee
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"Recreation" and "Best
Recreational Opportuni-
ties."


Florida Fish Busters' Bulletin

January 20 10


Florida's FWC Is Looking To The Future
By Bob Wattendorf


The new year is a good time to start anew. This
is certainly true for the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) as it begins an era
of new leadership in 2010. Ken Haddad, FWC's exec-
utive director since 2002, retired in December after a
proud career with the agency
When he became executive director, the agency
was in a state of flux as a result of a constitutional
amendment, combining the old Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fish Commission, the Marine Fisheries Com-
mission and parts of the Department of
Environmental Protection into the new FWC. He
said he wanted "to see FWC no less than the premier
fish and wildlife agency in the country a progres-
sive and cutting-edge resource management, sci-
ence and enforcement agency"
"I want the FWC to be visionary ... and to be
proactive rather than reactive to resource issues. I
want to see a focused, well-managed, and well-fund-
ed agency that is a model of efficiency and business
for other agencies in the state and nation," Haddad
said.
His diligence and vision helped guide the FWC
as it surged forward under Haddad's leadership.
Now it is widely recognized as one of the most pro-
gressive agencies in the country Customer service,
continual improvement and staff empowerment
were hallmarks of his tenure. He also emphasized
stakeholder input and involvement, and helped
launch Get Outdoors Florida!
(www. GetOutdoorsFlorida.org). Similarly, he was in-
strumental in bringing about a summit titled "Flori-
da's Wildlife: On the front line of climate change,"
which put the FWC in the forefront among conser-
vation agencies by developing a comprehensive plan
of action for Florida to address climate change is-
sues as they relate to the state's fish and wildlife.
As he moves on, he has left the agency in great
hands. Nick Wiley, the former assistant executive di-
rector, was appointed by the FWC commissioners as
the third executive director of the agency, pending
Florida Senate confirmation.
Wiley is passionately dedicated to the conserva-
tion of fish and wildlife resources and an energetic
advocate for getting youth outdoors and preserving
our American heritage as anglers and hunters who


live with and understand nature. As a researcher
and field biologist, his work was primarily with ter-
restrial wildlife, but his personal interests include
angling. The fishing community will be well-served
by his enthusiastic leadership.
The new executive director also clearly under-
stands the importance of the human-dimensions as-
pects of wildlife management. He has promoted
hunting summits to bring in various stakeholders to
discuss the future of hunting and incorporated sol-
id research and marketing approaches to meet
hunters' needs. These same issues have been of con-
cern in the fishing arena.
In keeping with the theme of stakeholder input,
similar efforts have been ongoing and involve indi-
vidual freshwater anglers and diverse Florida busi-
nesses that derive their livelihood from ensuring
that top-quality, safe and sustainable fishing oppor-
tunities are available throughout Florida. A series
of regional summits led to development of an initial
planning document in 2008 titled "The Future of
Freshwater Fishing A Vision for Florida's Fresh-
water Resources." From there, an independent
Florida Freshwater Fishing Coalition spun off,
which is becoming a more vocal advocate for the
conservation needs of our freshwater resources.
So, as we change those calendars and start the
new year, the Division of Freshwater Fisheries
Management feels the FWC is well-positioned to
continue to ensure that Florida is the Fishing Cap-
ital of the World. We thank Ken Haddad for his
past leadership and look forward to embracing the
enthusiasm Nick Wiley has for our fish and
wildlife, engaging youth in active nature-based
recreation and ensuring that your voice as an an-
gler is heard.
With that in mind, don't forget we are looking
for your ideas pertaining to a Long-Term Manage-
ment Plan for Black Bass. To learn more, visit
MyFWC.com/Fishing and view the Black Bass Man-
agement information in the yellow box. You'll have
the opportunity to complete a survey to provide the
FWC with more information about what you think
is important to having quality bass fishing in Flori-
da.
Happy New Year, good luck and good fishing.


Northern Cardinal's Color Brightens Winter


Happy New Year!
Most gardens and
woods look faded and
empty in winter. We
don't see as many ani-
mals as we do in sum-
mertime. The cold air
makes animals seek
warmth under leaves,
logs or low-lying branch-
es. However, one animal
keeps busy and bright-
ens nature during win-
ter. The Northern
cardinal is hard to miss
flittering and flying
around. He is bright red,
so he stands out when
perched on bare tree
branches.
Cardinals do not mi-
grate like other birds.
They don't seem to mind
the cold, so they stay
put. That may be one
reason the cardinal is
considered a Christmas
bird. Images of the bird


can be seen on orna-
ments, cards and many
other winter decora-
tions.
The male cardinal is
bright ruby red. Its face
and throat are black, and
he has a bright orange
beak. The female cardi-
nal is very different in
color. She is mostly
brown, but the same
ruby red colors of the
male dust her wings and
tail. Her beak is not as
bright as the male's and
looks almost pink. Both
have a telltale crest or
pointed tuft of head
feathers.
Northern cardinals
are one of many birds
that have learned to live
in cities. They especial-
ly like parks and garden
areas. They also live in
the country, in wooded
areas or areas with lots


male and one male at a
time.
Ask your mom or
dad if you can go outside
and lay down in the
grass so you can look up
into the trees. Don't be
disappointed if you
don't see one right away.
You may need to ask
your mom or dad to put
out some sunflower
seeds. They love them!
Northern cardinals also
eat fruit and small in-
sects.
Cardinals are not
the only winter bird in
Florida. If you like
watching birds, ask if
you can borrow some
binoculars. Binoculars
are a neat way to see
birds up close. Start
keeping a journal of the
birds you see. If you
write down their colors
and other things about


them, you will be able
to look them up. You
can also visit
MyFWC.com for some
fun birding activities
and to become a junior
birder by joining the
Wings Over Florida Ju-
nior Birder Program!
If you see a cardinal,
it is said you will have
luck. So next time you
see one, make a wish!


of shrubs and bushes.
Northern cardinals
make their nests from
twigs and grasses and
build them low to the
ground in thickets and
bushes. When the fe-
males lay eggs, they lay


2-5 whitish eggs marked
with browns and grays.
During winter, look
out your window and
you may see many at
once. During the
warmer mating season,
you may see only one fe-


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Senior Citizen Discounts

850-973-4723
2o89 NE State Road 6
Madison, FL 32340
ANYTHING LEFT OVER 7 DAYS
WILL BE SOLD
rtn, n/c

I build Sheds, Decks &
Well Houses & I sell Steel
Buildings. Call Bob
850-242-9342

12/30, rt, c


ROSS SERVICES
Serving Madison County.
Light Hauling, Property
Clean-Up, Handyman Ser-
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850-342-4628
1/8, 1/13, pd





Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-464-1165
rtn, n/c

BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004. IF NO
ANSWER, PLEASE LEAVE
NAME, TELEPHONE NUMBER
AND INFO ABOUT THE MILL
rtn, n/c



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WHAT A GREAT DEAL!
Don't Let This One Get
Away!

Colonial Twin Bunk Bed
with headboard, footboard,
stairstep with rails, and 3
drawer underbed storage. 6
months old, paid $800, ask-
ing $550 OBO
850-210-5928
9/23, rn, n/c


Diamond Plate Alum. Pick-
up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-rtn, n/c


Mobile Homes For Rent
2 or 3 bedrrom mobile
homesfor rent near Anderson
Pond $450 + deposit
869-0916
10/28, rt, c

Doublewide Mobile Home
3 bedroom 2 bath in the
Cherry Lake Area $500 per
month and $500 deposit
NO PETS! Call
_no850-929-4


3 bd/2 bath doublewide
Cherry lake $550.00, de
& References 850-973-




Cambridge Man
Apartments designed
Senior's and Disab
1BR ($409.)
2BR ($435.).
HUD vouchers ac
ed Call 850-973-37
TTY Acs 711.
404 SW Sumatra I
Madison
This institution is
Equal Opportuni
Provider and Empl


tfll
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY

rti


Clean as new. Two story, 3
BR, 2.3 baths, formal LR &
DR. 1705 Sq. Ft. New
Kitchen, Range, Ref, D/W,
G/D. Oak Floor downstairs,
Heart Pine upstairs. 2 Central
H&A. Yard maint. included.
ADULT FAMILY. No pets.
$700 rent and deposit. Good
credit req. 205 NE Shelby Ave.
Madison. Call George 973-
8583 or 557-0994.
8/12 -rm, c


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Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
TDD/TTY 711. 315 SW
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
rtn, c


Australian Western Saddle
brand new with tags on it: Small Cottages $395
comes with blanket, two bri- Good neighborhood in Madi-
dies, two breastplates (one son, clean as new. Heat &
custom made), and saddle air, R&R, 3 rooms. Matured
stand. Call male only. Water, garbage &
850-545-5764 yard maintenance, furnished.
Write "Jim" P.O. Box 8,
o1021, rn, n/c Madison, Fl 32341. State
age.
11/18,rtn, c


John Deere 2 Row Planter
with fertilizer hoppers, 100
lb capacity. New sprockets
and chains. Call
850-997-1582

12/16, rtn, n/c

52 inch RCA big screen TV,
approx. 2 years old, needs
new speakers or a sur-
round sound system works
just as good, pd $1600, ask-
ing $750 obo. Call 850-
210-5928

1/6, rtn, n/c





2007 Yamaha Majesty
Scooter, electric blue,
3,000 miles, $5,000.
850-929-6950, please leave
message
11/18, rtn, n/c





Houses For Rent
1 bedroom house in Madi-
son, appliances + wash-
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quiet neighborhood, no pets.
Available 1/15, $385 month
+ utilities and deposit 419-
806-5002

3 bedroom, 2 bath, newly
remodeled, appliances with
dishwasher, fireplace, quiet
neighborhood, no pets.
Available 1/15, $895 month
+ utilities and deposit
419-806-5002


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nished.
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Lake Front Hon
2 bedroom 2 bath, fur
Includes water, elect
gas. Lawn maintenan(
vided. 1 yr lease $80
posit, $1,050 per m
850-973-3025


Apartment on Lazy
Farm

$330 a month + $65 f
tric, direct TV, quiet,
entrance, large bath,
kitchen, washer & d
screen porch, 1 montl
rity deposit. 2 miles
town. Call 850-973
or 850-673-111


$199 Move-In Special!!
1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apts.
Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. Call 850-948-
3056. TDD/TTY 711.
192 NW Greenville
Pointe Trail, Greenville,
FL 32331.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
rtn, c


Remodeled 3 bedroo
1/6, 1/13, c home in quiet country
ting, no pets, $525.00
month plus deposits
2 bedroom trailers for rent 850-929-4584,
850-570-0459 leave message

11/25, rtn, c


3 bedroom/i bath house
for rent, appliances included,
central heat and air, housing
vouchers accepted. Located
at 291 MLK Jr Drive
850-973-3917
1/8, 1/13, c


Stop!
1/6, rt, c Quit throwing your hard
earned money away on rent-
ing! Become a home owner
near today! I have 3/2 DW's
eposit starting @ $24,500 call Eric
2353 @ 386-719-5560
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8/19,r c 1/6-2/5, c

Starter Home with Starter
or Payments: 3 bedroom 2
d for bath, $345.00 per month.
led. Only one at this price. Call
Rick 386-752-1452
8 t- 11/4,rm, c

Brand New 2010!
Rd, 5 bedroom 3 full baths, 2300
sq. ft., for payments of only
an $569.14 a month. Call Eric
ity today @ 386-719-5560
oyer jetdec@windstream.net

1/6 2/5, c
Large 3 bedroom 2 bath
mobile home, bank repo,
make offer. Call
nce 386-752-8196, ask for
Mr. Mott


11/4,rtn, c


NEED QUICK CASH,
SELLING MY 16X80, 3
BEDROOM, 2 BATH FOR
ONLY $9,900. CALL
STEVE AT
386-365-8549
12/9, rn, c
Foreclosure!
2001 28x40 3/2 DW on 1
acre of land! Banks loss,
your gain @ only $49,995
call Eric @ 386-719-5560
jetdec @windstream.net


1/6-2/5, c


56 900


New 5 bedroom
mobile home only $5
or $443.00 per month
Rick for more deta
386-752-1452


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5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH
HOME, DELIVERED TO
YOUR LAND AT $487.49
PER MONTH, CHEAPER
THAN RENT, CALL MIKE
386-623-4218
12/9, rn, c


No Money Down!
100% financing on New
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12/9, rn, c
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private 2009 3/2 DW 1200 sq. ft. in-
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h secu- @ 386-719-5560
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3-4030
7 1/6-2/5, c


9/9, rtn, pd


For Sale:
House & Lot
In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now $99,000.
2 BR/1 BA. Fully Furnished,
New Metal Roof, and New
Paint. Utility Building with
Washer and Dryer. Nice Fruit
Trees. 386-719-0421
rtn, n/c

Fantastic Lake
and Mountain Views
from this 2 Bed/ 2Bth Home.
Open and Covered Decks,
Large Screened Porch, Gas
FP, CH/A, Oak Floors & Cab-
inets, and Appliances.
Offered Furnished at
$179,900. Call BJ Peters at
850-508-1900
rtn, n/c


Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highwayfrontage.
Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Dr.
& Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
ter main, access to city utili-
ties, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant or
short or long term lease.
Call Tommy Greene 850-
973-4141
rtn, n/

OFFICE BUILDING
FOR RENT
across street from
Post Office, Courthouse,
and Courthouse Annex.
(Old Enterprise Recorder Office)
111 SE Shelby St., Madison;
Newly renovated
back to the 1920's era
Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141
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Apply in person at 817 East
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m $9 hour + bonus & BEN-
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week Sunday off. Must pass
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Call store 850-973-3612 for
directions.
12/30, 1/6, c


Technician/Installer


.Call minimum 5 years experi-
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2667, attention Peggy Pow-
ers, Director of Nursing.
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 17


LEG~AL


IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

FLORIDA GAS TRANSMISSION COMPANY,
LLC, a Delaware limited liability company,

CASE NO.: 2009-612CA
Petitioner,

PARCEL(S): FL-MADL-016
v. FL-MADL-044/
FL-MADL-045/
ROBERT LARSEN, et al., FL-MADL-046
FL-MADL-053

Defendants.

FOR PUBLICATION


SUMMONS TO SHOW CAUSE, NOTICE OF EMINENT
DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS AND NOTICE OF HEARING

IN THE NAME OF AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA: TO ALL THE SHERIFFS OF THE STATE AND TO ALL
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU ARE COMMANDED to serve this summons and a copy of the Peti-
tion in Eminent Domain, the Declaration of Taking, and the Notice ofLis Pen-
dens upon the defendant:
All defendants named in the attached party list and all persons claiming
interests by, through, under or against the named defendants; all persons hav-
ing or claiming to have any right, title, or interest in the property described in
Exhibit "A" and the unknown spouses of the above-named defendants, if any,
and their heirs, devisees, assignees, grantees, creditors, lesses, executors, ad-
ministrators, mortgagees, judgment creditors, trustees, lienholders, persons in
possession, and any and all other persons having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest by, through, under or against the above-named defen-
dants, or otherwise claiming any right, title, or interest in the real property
described in this action.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE DEFENDANTS NAMED IN THE
ATTACHED PARTY LIST AND TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, IN-
CLUDING ALL PARTIES CLAIMING ANY INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTS; AND TO ALL HAV-
ING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN the Petition, that Petitioner has
filed a Petition in Eminent Domain and Declaration of Taking to acquire cer-
tain property interests in Madison County, Florida as described in the Peti-
tion. Each Defendant and any other person claiming any interest in, or having
a lien upon, such property is required to serve a copy of written answer and
defenses to the Petition upon KRISTIN M. TOLBERT. of the law firm
of Bricklemyer Smolker & Bolves, P.A., 500 East Kennedy Boulevard, Suite
200, Tampa, FL 33602, attorney for Petitioner, and to file the original of the
answer and defenses with the Clerk of this Court, on or before January 28,
2010, showing what right, title, interest, or lien the defendant has in or to the
property described in the Petition and to show cause why that property
should not be taken for the uses and purposes set forth in the Petition. If any
Defendant fails to do so, a default will be entered against that Defendant for
the relief demanded in the Petition.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Declaration of Taking has been
filed in this cause and that Petitioner will apply for an Order of Taking vest-
ing title and possession to the property as described in the Petition in the
name of Petitioner, and any other order the Court deems proper before the
Honorable Gregory S. Parker, Circuit Judge, on Friday, January 29, 2010, at
9:30 A.M., of the Madison County Courthouse, 125 S.W. Range Avenue,
Madison, Florida 32340. All Defendants in this action may request a hearing
and be heard at the time and place designated. Any Defendant failing to file a
request for hearing shall waive any right to object to the Order of Taking.
Dated this 30 day of December, 2009.

TIM SANDERS, Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ASSISTANCE: IF YOU ARE A
PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION
IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTI-
TLED. AT NO COST TO YOU. TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
TANCE. PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEED ANY
ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE SHOULD CALL THE ADA CO-
ORDINATOR, JACQUETTA BRADLEY, P.O. BOX 1569, LAKE CITY.
FLORIDA 32056, 386-719-7428, WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL (800) 955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL (800)
955-8770.

PARTY LIST

Parcel FL-MADL-016
ROBERT LARSEN, 59 Taylor Rd, Monticello. FL 32344
MIRIETTE DORVAL LARSEN, 59 Taylor Rd, Monticello. FL 32344
WOODLAND III, LTD., a Florida limited partnership, co Dennis G. Lee. as
Registered Agent 4127 NW 27th Ln, Gainesville. FL 32635

Parcel FL-MADL-044/FL-MADL-045/FL-MADL-046
SANDY PINES OF MADISON, INC., a Florida corporation, do Stafford L.
Scaff. Jr., as Registered Agent, 134 SE Colburn Ave, Lake City, FL 32025
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, a New York corporation flk/a St.
Regis Paper Company, c/o CT Corporation System, as Registered Agent, 1200
S. Pine Island Rd, Plantation, FL 33324
BEULAH L. GIBSON, if alive, and if deceased, the known and unknown
heirs, beneficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
ESTATE OF GUY W. MCCOWN, all known and unknown heirs, beneficia-
ries. devisees, personal representatives and creditors
ESTATE OF ANNIE LAURA MCCOWN, all known and unknown heirs, ben-
eficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
JOHN W. MCCOWN, 630 Bower Station Rd. Attapulgas, GA 39815
ELOISE BRONSON MCCOWN, 630 Bower Station Rd, Attapulgas, GA
39815
GUY W. MCCOWN, JR., 918 Shadowlawn Dr, Tallahasse, FL 32312
JEAN BUSHEY MCCOWN, 1105 Ashbury Sq., Birmingham, AL 35216
CAROLYN M. LABORDE a/k/aANN CAROLYN LABORDE, 7509 Trails
End, Jacksonville, FL 32277
JOHN E LABORDE, JR.. 7509 Trails End, Jacksonville, FL 32277
ESTATE OF LEILA MOORE G1BSON, all known and unknown heirs, bene-
ficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors

Parcel FL-MADL-053
GEORGIA TECH FOUNDATION, INC., a Georgia non-profit corporation,
do Mark W. Long, as Registered Agent, 760 Spring St, Atlanta, GA 30308
WILLIAM R. HASELTON, 24633 Deer Trace Dr, Ponte Verda Beach, FL
32082
BEULAH L. G1BSON, if alive, and if deceased, the known and unknown
heirs, beneficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
ESTATE OF GUY W. MCCOWN, all known and unknown heirs, beneficia-
ries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
ESTATE OF ANNIE LAURA MCCOWN, all known and unknown heirs, ben-
eficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
JOHN W. MCCOWN, 630 Bower Station Rd, Attapulgas, GA 39815
ELOISE BRONSON MCCOWN, 630 Bower Station Rd. Attapulgas. GA
39815
GUY W. MCCOWN, JR., 918 Shadowlawn Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32312
JEAN BUSHEY MCCOWN, 1105 Ashbury Sq., Birmingham, AL 35216
CAROLYN M. LABORDE A/K/A ANN CAROLYN LABORDE, 7509 Trails
End, Jacksonville, FL 32277
JOHN E LABORDE, JR., 7509 Trails End, Jacksonville, FL 32277
ESTATE OF LEILA MOORE G1BSON, all known and unknown heirs, bene-
ficiaries, devisees, personal representatives and creditors
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, a New York corporation flk/a St.
Regis Paper Company, c/o CT Corporation System, as Registered Agent, 1200
S. Pine Island Rd, Plantation, FL 33324
AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, a Delaware
corporation, c/o CT Corporation System, as Registered Agent, 1200 S. Pine
Island Rd, Plantation, FL 33324

Parcel FL-MADL-016. FL-MADL-044/FL-MADL-045/FL-MADL-046. and
FL-MADL-053
FRANCES GINN, as Tax Collector, Madison County, 229 SW Pickney St.
Rm. 102 Madison, FL 32340


EXHIBIT "A"







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LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS

FL-MADL-016
PERMANENT EASEMENT: A BASELINE DESCRIPTION OF A PERMA-
NENT EASEMENT FIFTY (50) FEET IN WIDTH. LYING 25 FEET EACH
SIDE OF SAID BASELINE, SITUATED IN SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, 'RANGE 10 EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING ON,
OVER AND ACROSS THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND DENOTED AS
PARCEL 8, SOUTHFORK FOREST (UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION) IN
THE DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS, EASEMENTS AND
PROTECTIVE COVENANTS FOR SOUTHFORK FOREST RECORDED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 655, PAGE 318 AND DESCRIBED BY
WARRANTY DEED TO ROBERT LARSEN AND MIRIETTE DORVAL
LARSEN, HIS WIFE, RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 666,
PAGE 210, BOTH IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA. AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: COMMENCING AT A 4" X 4" CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO
IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 23; THENCE ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 23,
N 02 00'17" W (BASIS OF BEARINGS) FOR A DISTANCE OF 1338.42
FEET TO A 5/8" IRON ROD (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE NW QUARTER OF THE SW QUARTER
OF SAID SECTION 23; THENCE ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
QUARTER-QUARTER SECTION, N 89 19'38" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
1311.61 FEET TO AN IRON ROD WITH CAP (RLS 2490) FOUND FOR
THE GRANTOR'S SOUTHWEST PROPERTY CORNER AND THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE NE QUARTER OF THE SW QUARTER
OF SAID SECTION 23; THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S WEST
PROPERTY LINE AND THE WEST LINE OF SAID QUARTER-QUARTER
SECTION, N 01 24'54" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 144.83 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT; THENCE N 44 19'41" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
2589.55 FEET TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS ON THE GRANTOR'S
NORTH PROPERTY LINE AND THE CENTERLINE OF W1NQUEPIN
STREET (SE 233RD AVENUE), SAID POINT BEING, N 00 29'23" W FOR
A DISTANCE OF 2027.97 FEET AND N 89 30'37" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
2202.52 FEET TO AN IRON ROD WITH CAP (NO IDENTIFICATION)
FOUND FOR THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 23.
TOTAL LENGTH OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASE-
MENT IS 2,589.55 FEET OR 156.94 RODS AND CONTAINS 129,477
SQUARE FEET OR 2.97 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. THE SIDELINES OF
SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE PERMANENT EASEMENT ARE TO BE
EXTENDED OR SHORTENED TO TERMINATE A THE GRANTOR'S
PROPERTY LINES. IT IS THE INTENT OF THIS DESCRIPTION FOR
THE SOUTHEAST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT TO BE ADJOINING AND PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTH-
EAST LINE OF THE POWER LINE EASEMENT DESCRIBED BY DEED
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 26, PAGE 82 IN THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO
EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS. RESERVATIONS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
OF RECORD. TOGETHER WITH:
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT: A TEMPORARY CON-
STRUCTION EASEMENT BOUNDED ON THE WEST AND NORTH BY
THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY LINES AND BOUNDED ON THE SOUTH-
EAST BY THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PER-
MANENT EASEMENT. THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE TEMPORARY
CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF
THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE AND THE NORTHWEST
LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT;
THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE, N
01 24'54" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 34.91 FEET; THENCE N 44 19'41" E
FORA DISTANCE OF 2273.46 FEET; THENCE N 45 40'19" W FOR A
DISTANCE OF 50.00 FEET; THENCE N 44 19'41" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 150.00 FEET TO THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF WINQUEPIN
STREET: THENCE ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF WIN-
QUEPIN STREET, S 84 01'14" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 63.76 FEET;
THENCE N 44 19'41" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 38.25 FEET TO THE
GRANTOR'S NORTH PROPERTY LINE; S 84 01'14" E FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 31.88 FEET TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH-
WEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT.
CONTAINS 71,572 SQUARE FEET OR 1.64 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS. RESERVATIONS AND
RIGHTS OF WAY OF RECORD.

FL-MADL-044/FL-MADL-045/FL-MADL-046
PERMANENT EASEMENT: A BASELINE DESCRIPTION OF A PERMA-
NENT EASEMENT FIFTY (50) FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 FEET EACH
SIDE OF SAID BASELINE, SITUATED IN SECTIONS 4, 5, 7 AND 8,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
BEING ON, OVER AND ACROSS THOSE CERTAIN TRACTS OF LAND
DESCRIBED BY WARRANTY DEED TO SANDY PINES OF MADISON,
INC. RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 667, PAGE 18 IN THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING
AT A 4" X 4" CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND
FOR THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 8: THENCE
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 8. S
89 28'35" W (BASIS OF BEARINGS) FOR A DISTANCE OF 5286.90 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR
THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 8; THENCE S
03 20'54" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 1857.65 FEET TO A 5/8" IRON ROD
WITH CAP (RLS 2940) FOUND ON THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY
LINE FOR THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF
LAND DESCRIBED BY WARRANTY DEED TO NARESH PERSAUD AND
RITA DEVI PERSAUD, HUSBAND AND WIFE, RECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 763, PAGE 185 IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA: THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S
WEST PROPERTY LINE AND THE EAST LINE OF SAID PERSAUD
TRACT, S 02 44'16" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 182.23 FEET TO THE
POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT;
THENCE N 52 31'16" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 5928.31 FEET TO A POINT
HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS REFERENCE POINT A FOR THE
PURPOSE OF DESCRIBING TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 1;
THENCE CONTINUING N 52 31'16" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 2473.06
FEET TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS ON THE GRANTOR'S EAST
PROPERTY LINE AND THE EAST LINE OF THE WEST HALF OF THE
WEST HALF OF AFOREMENTIONED SECTION 4, SAID POINT BEING
N 00 32'58" W FORA DISTANCE OF 2293.53 FEET AND S 89 19'11" W
FOR DISTANCE OF 1322.54 FEET TO A 4" X 4" CONCRETE MONU-
MENT (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID SECTION 4. TOTAL LENGTH OF THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT IS 8,401.37 FEET OR 509.17
RODS AND CONTAINS 420,068 SQUARE FEET OR 9.64 ACRES, MORE
OR LESS. THE SIDELINES OF SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE PERMA-
NENT EASEMENT ARE TO BE EXTENDED OR SHORTENED TO TER-
MINATE AT THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY LINES. IT IS THE
INTENT OF THIS DESCRIPTION FOR THE SOUTHEAST LINE OF THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT TO BE ADJOINING
AND PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTHEAST LINE OF THE POWER LINE
EASEMENT DESCRIBED BY DEED RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 26, PAGE 82 IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS, RESTRIC-
TIONS, RESERVATIONS AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF RECORD. TOGETH-
ER WITH:
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT: A TEMPORARY CON-
STRUCTION EASEMENT BOUNDED ON THE WEST AND EAST BY
THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY LINES AND BOUNDED ON THE SOUTH-
EAST BY THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PER-
MANENT EASEMENT. THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE INTERSEC-
TION OF THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE AND THE
NORTHWEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASE-
MENT: THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE, N
02 44'16" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 30.42 FEET; THENCE N 52 31'16" E
FORA DISTANCE OF 73.00 FEET; THENCE N 02 44'23" W FOR A
DISTANCE OF 60.85 FEET; THENCE N 52 31'16" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 150.00 FEET; THENCE S 37 28'44" E FORA DISTANCE OF 50.00
FEET; THENCE N 52 31' 16" E FORA DISTANCE OF 8146.60 FEET TO
THE GRANTOR'S EAST PROPERTY LINE; THENCE ALONG THE
GRANTOR'S EAST PROPERTY LINE, S 0032'58" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 31.27 FEET TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHWEST LINE
OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT. CONTAINS
218,434 SQUARE FEET OR 5.01 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TOGETHER
WITH:
TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 1: A CENTERLINE DESCRIPTION
OF A TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT THIRTY (30) FEET IN
WIDTH, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: BEGINNING AT THE AFOREMENTIONED REFERENCE
POINT A; THENCE N 37 28'44" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 132.52 FEET
TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS ON THE CENTERLINE OF TEMPO-
RARY ACCESS EASEMENT 2. TOGETHER WITH 2 ADDITIONAL TEM-


PORARY ACCESS EASEMENT(S) TO BE USED FOR TURN RADII AS
NEEDED AT EACH INTERSECTION AND EACH LOCATION WHERE
THE CENTERLINE DESCRIPTION DEFLECTS BY MORE THAN 45 DE-
GREES AND CONTAINING 5,625 SQUARE FEET EACH. THE TOTAL
LENGTH OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS
EASEMENT IS 132.52 FEET OR 8.03 RODS AND CONTAINS 13,275
SQUARE FEET OR 0.30 ACRES, (INCLUDES TEMPORARY ACCESS
EASEMENT AREA FOR TURN RADII), MORE OR LESS. TOTAL
ACREAGE MAY EXCLUDE ACREAGE OVERLAP(S) WITH
OTHER EASEMENT(S) DESCRIBED BY THIS PLAT. TOGETHER WITH:
TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 2: A CENTERLINE DESCRIPTION
OF A TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT THIRTY (30) FEET IN WIDTH,
AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BE-
GINNING AT A POINT ON THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE
WHICH LIES N 02 44'16" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 163.78 FEET FROM
THE INTERSECTION OF THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY
LINE AND THE BASELINE ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT; THENCE N 52 31 -54" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 10.40 FEET;
THENCE N 5155'01" E FORA DISTANCE OF 248.01 FEET; THENCE N
52 29'03" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 1302.38 FEET; THENCE N 52 39'36" E
FOR A DISTANCE OF 1302.88 FEET; THENCE N 52 35'53" E FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 1301.03 FEET; THENCE N 52 34'52" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
1295.67 FEET; THENCE N 52 27'38" E FOR DISTANCE OF 338.64 FEET
TO THE CENTERLINE OF TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 1;
THENCE CONTINUING N 52 27'38" E FOR A DIS TANCE OF 910.14
FEET; THENCE N 52 55'58" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 1253.12 FEET;
THENCE N 51 08'49" E FOR DISTANCE OF 373.67 FEET; THENCE N
52 43'39" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 36.47 FEET TO THE POINT OF
TERMINUS ON THE GRANTOR'S EAST PROPERTY LINE. THE TOTAL
LENGTH OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASE-
MENT IS 8,408.39 FEET OR 509.60 RODS AND CONTAINS 252,252
SQUARE FEET OR 5.79 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TOTAL ACREAGE
MAY EXCLUDE ACREAGE OVERLAP(S) WITH OTHER
EASEMENT(S) DESCRIBED BY THIS PLAT. IT IS THE INTENT OF
THIS DESCRIPTION THAT THE SIDELINES OF SAID THIRTY (30)
FOOT WIDE TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT(S) ARE TO BE EX-
TENDED OR SHORTENED TO TERMINATE AT THE INTERSECT
LINES USED FOR THE BEGINNING AND END OF THE CENTERLINE
DESCRIPTION, THOSE LINES BEING THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY
LINES, PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY, AND/OR OTHER LINES AS CALLED
FOR IN THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASE-
MENT(S). IT IS INTENDED THAT THE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS) FOR
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT(S) FOL-
LOW AND ENCOMPASS THE EXISTING DIRT ROADS THEY FOLLOW
THROUGH THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY. ALL SUBJECT TO EASE-
MENTS,
RESTRICTIONS, RESERVATIONS AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF RECORD.

FL-MADL-053
PERMANENT EASEMENT: A BASELINE DESCRIPTION OF A PERMA-
NENT EASEMENT FIFTY (50) FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 FEET EACH
SIDE OF SAID BASELINE, SITUATED IN SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. BEING ON,
OVER AND ACROSS THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND DESCRIBED BY
WARRANTY DEED TO GEORGIA TECH FOUNDATION, INC. RECORD-
ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 742, PAGE 3 AND
CURRENTLY POSSESSED BY WILLIAM R. HASELTON, WHOSE LIFE
ESTATE WAS RESERVED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 387, PAGE
280, BOTH IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO IDENTIFICATION)
FOUND FOR THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 34;
THENCE ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 34, N 00 21'11" E
(BASIS OF BEARINGS) FOR A DISTANCE OF 1326.32 FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR THE
GRANTOR'S SOUTHWEST PROPERTY CORNER AND THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE NW QUARTER OF THE SW QUARTER OF
SAID SECTION 34: THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S SOUTH PROP-
ERTY LINE AND THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID QUARTER-QUARTER
SECTION, N 89 20'05" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 843.13 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT; THENCE N 52 31'16" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
4283.36 FEET A POINT HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS REFERENCE
POINT A FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESCRIBING TEMPORARY ACCESS
EASEMENTS 1 AND 2; THENCE CONTINUING N 52 31'16" E FORA
DISTANCE OF 20.25 FEET TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS ON THE
GRANTOR'S NORTH PROPERTY LINE AND THE SOUTH RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF INTERSTATE 10, SAID POINT BEING N 00 35'48" W FOR
A DISTANCE OF 1394.50 FEET, N 89 24'12" E FOR A DISTANCE OF
1135.28 FEET AND N 89 24'12" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 5356.91 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FOR THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, RANGE
11 EAST. TOTAL LENGTH OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT IS 4,303.61 FEET OR 260.82 RODS AND CONTAINS 215,180
SQUARE FEET OR 4.94 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. THE SIDE LINES OF
SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE PERMANENT EASEMENT ARE TO BE
EXTENDED OR SHORTENED TO TERMINATE AT THE GRANTOR'S
PROPERTY LINES. IT IS THE INTENT OF THIS DESCRIPTION FOR
THE SOUTHEAST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT
EASEMENT TO BE ADJOINING AND PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTHEAST LINE OF THE POWER LINE EASEMENT DESCRIBED BY
DEED RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 26, PAGE 82 IN THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO
EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS, RESERVATIONS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
OF RECORD. TOGETHER WITH:
TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT: A TEMPORARY CON-
STRUCTION EASEMENT BOUNDED ON THE SOUTH AND NORTH BY
THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY LINES AND BOUNDED ON THE SOUTH-
EAST BY THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PER-
MANENT EASEMENT. THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE TEMPORARY
CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE INTERSECTION OF
THE GRANTOR'S SOUTH PROPERTY LINE AND THE NORTHWEST
LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PERMANENT EASEMENT;
THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S SOUTH PROPERTY LINE, S
89 20'05" W FOR A DISTANCE OF 41.72 FEET; THENCE N
52 31'16" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 3943.72 FEET; THENCE N 37 28'44" W
FOR A DISTANCE OF 200.00 FEET: THENCE N 52 31'16" E FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 200.00 FEET TO THE GRANTOR'S NORTH PROPERTY
LINE; THENCE ALONG THE GRANTOR'S NORTH PROPERTY LINE, S
79 40'46" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 303.73 FEET TO ITS INTERSECTION
WITH THE NORTHWEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
PERMANENT EASEMENT. CONTAINS 166,128 SQUARE FEET OR 3.81
ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TOGETHER WITH:
TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 1: A CENTERLINE, DESCRIPTION
OF A TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT THIRTY (30) FEET IN
WIDTH, SAID CENTERLINE LYING FIFTEEN (15) FEET SOUTH OF
AND PARALLEL WITH THE GRANTOR'S NORTH PROPERTY LINE
(THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF INTERSTATE 10) AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT
THE AFOREMENTIONED REFERENCE POINT A; THENCE N 79 40'46"
W FOR A DISTANCE OF 4290.81 FEET TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS
ON THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROPERTY LINE. THE TOTAL LENGTH
OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT IS
4,290.81 FEET OR 260.05 RODS AND CONTAINS 118,600 SQUARE FEET
OR 2.72 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. TOTAL ACREAGE MAY EXCLUDE
ACREAGE OVERLAP(S) WITH OTHER EASEMENT(S) DESCRIBED BY
THIS PLAT. TOGETHER WITH:
TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT 2: A CENTERLINE DESCRIPTION
OF A TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT THIRTY (30) FEET 1N WIDTH
AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
BEGINNING AT THE AFOREMENTIONED REFERENCE POINT A,
THENCE S 80 33'10" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 618.09 FEET TO THE
POINT OF TERMINUS. THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT IS 618.10 FEET OR
37.46 RODS AND CONTAINS 14,682 SQUARE FEET OR 0.34 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS. TOTAL ACREAGE MAY EXCLUDE ACREAGE OVER-
LAP(S) WITH OTHER EASEMENTS) DESCRIBED BY THIS PLAT. IT IS
THE INTENT OF THIS DESCRIPTION THAT THE SIDELINES OF SAID
THIRTY (30) FOOT WIDE TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT(S) ARE
TO BE EXTENDED OR SHORTENED TO TERMINATE AT THE INTER-
SECT LINES USED FOR THE BEGINNING AND END OF THE CENTER-
LINE DESCRIPTION, THOSE LINES BEING THE GRANTOR'S
PROPERTY LINES, PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY. AND/OR OTHER LINES
AS CALLED FOR IN THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS
EASEMENT(S). IT IS INTENDED THAT THE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS)
FOR THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TEMPORARY ACCESS EASEMENT(S)
FOLLOW AND ENCOMPASS THE EXISTING DIRT ROADS THEY FOL-
LOW THROUGH THE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY. ALL SUBJECT TO
EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS, RESERVATIONS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
OF RECORD.


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