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PO BOX 117007
GAINESUILLE FL 32611-7007 JAY
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.^ March 8, 2006


Would


County wrestles with


yonu pay more?


question of ambulance response time and cost


By JIM FLETCHER
Press Gazette Assistant Publisher
would d you be killingg to
pa\ more for a faster response
from ambulances" That's the
question % itLh which h Santa Rosa
County Commissioners find
themselves %%restline ad'ter a


Milton High School brought
back the hardware, but didn't
get the prize everyone was eye-
ing at the start of the basketball
Season.
See SPORTS, Page I B.



NEWS


BRIEFS

'Tapestry of Life'
set for March 20
Santa Rosa Counrt cancer
sur"vixors have one more oppor-
[ utnit tom.rrow. to participate
in a first-time anrt eent.
"Tapestry of Life...Th reads
of Hope." is a hands-on arts
project hononng all Santa Rosa
Count cancer s 1nIiors.
S. All Santa Rosa Cournt can-
cer sur it\ors are in ited to par-
ucipak.
A reception t ill be held on
1l.Monda\, March 20 at the Santa
Rosa Count, Adnministration
Complex in Milton anid items
will be put on public display.
there until Nlarch 31.
The final tapestriN workshop
happens tomomr..w. 6.30 p.m. to
8:30 p m. No experience is nec-
c'ssj\. The actual location of
the workshop and directions
will be given \when .ou call to
register Nour participation.
Sur\xi\ors are also in' ited to
enter short stories. poetry. or
free form w ritin2g which tell
their journey fioti beginning. to
today\ and even include their
' hopes for tomorrow
For more information or to
register to participate. phone
850-626-9567.
Jay Pro Rodeo set
,for April 28-29
The Fourth Annual Ja\ Pro
S Rodeo will held at 8 p.m.
Friday. April 28th and Saturday,
April 2th atTed NLa\ rena in
Ja\.
Ted Nl.i .Arena i, located
1 '4 nile'east of the iralfic signal
in Jay. Entertainment w\ ill begin
at 4 p.m.
Admission is $10 for adults
and $5 for children under the
age of 12.
SThe event is sponsored by
Friends. Jay High School
Quarterback Club, and Ted
Nla- Arena
All proceeds go toward area
youth programs. For more
information, call Frederick
Barrow at 675-1646.
-, The Press
Gazette is
printed on
100% recy-
/- cled paper
using envi-

ronmentally-friendly soy-based
ink.


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Timber!
Mother Nature could not
have complied more. The
weather was great this
weekend for the Forestry
Conclave and Lumberjack
Festival at PIC's Milton
campus. Lumberjacks and
Lumberjills competed in a
host of categories. (Above)
jack Boatner hacks away
in the Pole Felling compe-
tition. Boatner ultimately
took second place in the
event. (Right) Candace
Similuk took a tumble to
the ground after she
attempted the Pulpwood
Toss. A complete rundown
of the winners in this
weekend's event can be
found in the sports sec-
tion of this edition. See
Sports, Page 1 B.
Photos by
Bill Gamblin


Monday morning discussion
turned complicated.
.It began with Rural-Metro
(the firm hired by Santa Rosa to
pros ide emergency medical.
responses within the counts
seeking a simple-enough five-
Near extension to its 'soon-to-
expire 10-.,ear contract.


But when members of the
Midway : volunteer .Fire
Department asked to be allow ed
to also transport emergency
medical patients, the issue
turned into a head-scratcher.
Rural-Mletro's Brian
Gibson said the issue was not
that cut-and-dry. He reminunded


leaders Rural-Metro current]d
pro\ ides ambulance service to
area residents at no cost to the
cotint\--without the influx of
any tax dollars. Rural-Metro
operates b\ charging user fees
to those it transports.
'We do ha\e a .problem
v. ith this i proposal i."' Gibson


I 5~ '*4,~'
I,;.
* S '~,.


told those present. "\Ve want to
pro\ ide the best sen ice to the
communiiN with a user-fee sys-
tem and not a ta\-based system.
The problem of granting a
Certificate of Need iCONi to
(the fire department in Midwa\ i
is that it destroy the economic
See AMBULANCE. Pg. 3A.


Free',.'


dental


care set

By JIM FLETCHER
PGC .Ass:'tial Puhblih sr
Iths that time again.
Olihet Baptist Church %\ ill
be hosting the Flonda Baptist
Association's free dental clin-
ic-- which provides needed
dental ser ices to folks w"ho
other" ise might not he able to
afford it.
To be eligible for the free
dental %work. visitorss must be a
resident of Santa Rosa County
and meet state financial guide-
lines.
The dental bus ,ill pull into
the parking lot of Olivet Baptist
Church on MondaN. April 17
and remain there, performing
needed fillhin--ad-extracdton_,
through Friday, April 21.
"This is the eleventh \ear
the bus has been at Oli\ et," says
Oliet Pastor Frankie Godsey.
"and we are honored to be able
to host the Florida Baptist
Convention's dental bus It \ill
pro\ ide much needed ser ices
to area residents '
"You do not have to-be of
the Bapust faith, or a member
of Oli\ei." says GodseN. "You
only need to be 18 years of age
and a resident of Santa Rosa
County."
But to get the free work,
you do have to first register and
you don't hae long to do it.
Registration for dental
services will be held on
-Tuesday. April 4, from 8 to 11
a.m: Because there's just a lim-
ited number of slots. officials
encourage those interested to
register and do early. In \ears
past. all available slots hate
beer. gone within just a few\
hours of registration opening.
Olivet Baptist Church is
located on the By pass just south
of the intersection at Berr hill
Road.


Now that they must pay taxes:

Some Navarre Beach residents


seek credit' from Santa Rosa L Io


By JIM FLETCHER
Press Gazette Assistant Publisher,
Now that the Florida
Supreme Court has ruled
Navarre Beach residents must
pay taxes, a growing number of
those who did not pay in previ-
ous years are asking county
leaders to give them a "credit"
for lease fees-a move com-
missioners say they are not
interested in making.
Prior to having to pay prop-
erty taxes, Navarre Beach resi-
dents were levied "lease fees"
in exchange for the use of their
property. Those fees varied
widely and often, officials say,
did not even come close to the
equivalent property tax rate.
Many residents, unsure
how their court battle over
property taxes would turn out,


" Does anyone really "
want to see this brought .
up at the meeting? ,
Commission Chair Bob Cole


went ahead and paid those taxes
under the promise of a rebate if
they ultimately won their suit.
Santa Rosa gave those resi-
dents a credit for their taxes
against their lease fees.
But other residents made no
effort to pay their annual tax
bills at all.
Now, a growing number of
those residents are approaching
Santa Rosa-asking for a cred-
it. Commissioners were not
moved by the request Monday.


"The leaders of the opposi-
tion to the tax movement,"
noted Commissioner Gordon
Goodin, "have always told their
people if they did not win they
would have to pay."
Commissioner John
Broxson took the observation a
bit farther:
"Any time you receive a
formal assessment and a tax
notice, the prudent thing to do
is to pay it. In fact, they were
See -BEACH, Page 5A.


This "dragonfly easle" poster is the first "official" Riverwalk Arts
Festival poster and will be available for sale during.this weekend's
event. See story, page 3A.


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Feb. 17 Feb. 22, 2006
Campbell, Jennifer' Holly;
Female; 23; 4288 8th Avenue,
Pace, FL; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch Over $200 Under 51,000,
BurgI of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 2/17/06
Ci-galotti, Wayne Anthony:
Male; 37; 405 Williamsburg Dr.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/18/06
Curtis, Shanna Marie;
Female; 26: 4217 Audiss Rd.,
Bagdad, FL; Damage Prop[Crim
NMisch $200 and Under. Damage
Prop-Crim Misch O'er $200
Linder $1,000 Subseq Offense,
Disturbing Peace-Breach Peace.
2/19/06
Davis. .lr.. Glenn Edward;
Male: 31: 304 Willow St., NMt
Sterling. KY; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,00(10.
*2/ 17/06
.ohnson. Frank James; Male;
36; 6930 Woodley Drive,


Pensacola, FL; Fail to Register
Motor Vehicle, Drive While Lice
Susp Habitual Offender,. Larc-
Petit 1st Offense. 2/19/06
Lewis. Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 28; 1719 New Hope Rd.,
Gulf Breeze, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/17/06
Strickland. Jimmy Ray;
MNale; 53; 6307 Perfect acres Rd.,
Whitfield Community, FL; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 2/17/06
Taylor. Sandy Leigh;
Female; 42: 60 Boston Rd.
Odenville. AL; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 2/17/06
VanHoosen, Philip Michael:
Male; 36. 1504 West Sonia St.,
Pensacola. FL; Attach
Registration License Plat Not
Assigned. Drite While Lic
Suspended Habitual Offender.
2/18/06
Watts. Kerry Michelle;
Female; 27; 4268 8th Ave., Pace.
FL: Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
\V/O Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Amphetamine-Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams or
Over. Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 2/17/06
Snellgrove, Da\ id
Christopher; Male; 5056 East
Lake Rd., Milton, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/17/06
Henderson. Bradford
Deway)ne; Male; 7583 Henderson
Smith Rd., Milton, FL: Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
2/17/06
Baldwin, Phillip Carnell;
Male; 6567 Julia Dr.. Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felon)
Offense. 2/17/06
McCoy. Paul Edward; 3004
Westfield Rd.. Gulf Breeze. FL;
Forgery of Alter Bank Bill Note
Check Draft. Fraud Utter False
Bank Bill Note Check Draft.
2/18/06
Marlin. Donald Lee; Male:
33; 1144 Highw\a. 17S. Saisuma,.
FL; Failure to Appear for Felon\
Offense (3 cts.) 2/17/06
Mason. Mary Nicole;
Female: 21; 4476 Edge" ood Dr.,
Milton. FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/17/06
McLaughlin, Derrek
Eugene; Male; 38; 8137 Calle
Mio, Navarre, FL; Cruelty,
Toward Child Abuse W/O Great
Harm. 2/20/06
Miller,. Arnold Wilson; Male:
40; 2400 Pawnee Dr., Navarre.
FL: Battery-Touch or Strike.
Obstructing Justice Intimidate
Threaten Etc. Vict Witness


Informant. 2/17/06
Piter, Rita Vernett; Female;
46; 5208 Soundside Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Out of State Fugitive
from Justice. 2/17/06 .
Reid, Randy Joseph; 4451
Jernigan Rd., Pace, FL; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000, Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
2/17/06
Schultz, William McKinley,,
Male; 31; 655 Thompson Dr..
Monroeille, AL; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice. 2/19/06
Shulich, .Jr Roben James;
Male: 54; 1157 Park Ln. Gulf,
Breeze. FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2/16/06
Smith. Sr., Gregory Dean:
Male; 45; 138844 South Lane,,
Andalusia. AL: Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 2/18/06
Foster, Brendan Derik:
Male: 30; 4380 Willo\w St.. Pace.
FL: Failure to Appear for Felons
Offense. 2/17/06
Hawthorne. Joseph Daniel;
Male; 19; 4491 Belletille Ct.,
Milton, FL: Vehic Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 2/19/06
larman. Mane Ann; Female;
42: 4533 Gentry Farms Rd..
Milton, FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/17/06
Smith. Joseph Robert; Male;
28: 5912 Lawson Lane. Milton,
FL: Contempt of Court-Viol
Injunction Protection Domestic
Violence. Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/Person
Inside. 2/17/06
Kennedy, Ralph Jerome;
Male; 45; 905 Coronado Dr.. Gulf
Breeze. FL: DUI. 2/19/06
Langham, Charles Lee;
Male; 37; 2080 Browsdale Loop'
Rd.. Jay. FL: DUI. 2/17/06
;Schurrer, Louis Stephen;
Male; 53; 4051 Barrancas Ave.,'
Pensacola. FL; DUI.'2/18/06
Thackhamn William George;
Male: 54: 317 Lake Dr. NW, Ft.
Walton Beach. FL; DUI. 2/18/06:
McLaughlin. Jr., David
Dean; 4022 Lancer Street, Pace,
FL; DUI. 2/18/06
Daniels. Michael Dewa%,ane:
Male: 20: 6700 Da Lisa Rd.,
Milton, FL: Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 2/20/06
--Fortes,' Elvis Aldieto-Dias:
Male; 21: 2106 Frontera St.,
Na'arre, FL; Battery-Touch or
S.trjke, Robbery By .,Sdden
Snatching W//O Firearmr,: or,
Weapon, NMarijuana-Possess. Not
More Than 20 Grams, Battery-
Touch or Strike. 'Burglary.
W/Assli or Battery. 2/20/06 '
Kennedy, Ralph Jerome;
Male; 45; 905 Coronado Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; DUI. 2/19/06
McLaughlin, Derrek
Eugene; Male; 39; 8137; Calle
Mio, Navarre, FL; Cruelty
Toward Child Abuse. 2/20/06
Reddoch, James Lee; male;
23; 5044 Community Circle,
Milton, FL; Obscene
Communication-Use Computer
Srvc to Seduce Solicit Etc Child.
2/20/06
Slack, Sidney Marcelus;
Male; 27; 4531 School St.,'
Milton, FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2/20/06
Smith, Jason Alan; Male; 22;
4012 Windsor Lane, Pace, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/20/06
Bruza, Matthew Robert;
Male; 27; 3013 Wind Meadow
Dr., Gpilf Breeze, FL; DUI,
Cruelty Toward Child Abuse W/O
Great Harm, Resist Officer
Obstruct By Disguised Person,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O0
Prescription. 2/21/06
Caraway, Dawn Marie;


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Female; 27; 5902 Jameson Ci, ,
Pace, FL; Probation Violatiorn-/i'
Felony. 2/21/06
Reid, Valerie Marie; Female; .
43; 6760 Deena Lane, Navarr c-
FL; Probation Violation-Felony. -' -.
2/21/06
Slack, Robert Anthon\:;
Male; 23; .6407; Skyline Di .
Milton, FL; Resist Officer-Plee
Attempt to' Elude .Law-
Enforcement, Drive While
License Suspended Habitual -
Offender, Carrying Concealed 4 .
Weapon Firearm. Possess of .
Weapon Or Ammo bN Con iced .
Fla Felon. Resist Officer Obstruct.
\'V/O Violence, Contempt of
Court-Viol Injunction Protection
Domestic Violence 12 cts.)
Burglary \V/Assault or Batten, -
Aggra\ Stalking Follow Harras
C berstalk After Injunction.
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2/21/06
Smith. John Lewis: Male:
41:; 6896 Cedar Ridge Circ.,
Milton. FL: Probation Violation-
FelonN, Pass Forged Alter Bank-
Bill Note Check Draft. 2/21/06 .
Wolf. Melinda Dailene;
Female; 43; 6501 \\hiporv ill Ln,
Million, FL; Battery Touch or
Strike, Burgl of Occupied
Con'eyance and, 'Unarmed,
Trespassing Structure or
Conveance. 2/21/06 ..
Miller, Wendell Keith: Male;
38; 71 6th St., Shalimar. FL:
Fraud-Utter False Instrument.
2/21/06
Odom,'Colin Jean: Male: 26:
4605 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 3r
Violation W/Ih 10 Years, Violate
Restrictions Placed On Drivers .
License. 2/20/06
Casper, Darren Randal:
Male: 20; 333 Horton Hyv.. Fall
Branch, TN; DUI, DLUI and
Damage&Propert\. 2/21/06
Ballesteros. ,Ir: Orlando Jahl
Dwane; Male: 21; 6845 Larriet
Lane, Milton, FL; Sex Offense
Victim 12 YOA Up to 15 YOA.
2/22/06
Bargas, George -Patton;
Male, 58. 2825 South Gate Dr.
Ft. \Vorth, TX. Probation
\'iolation-Felon\ 2/22/06 ,
Green. Gan Alfred: Male; :
42; 4118 \Woodville Rd.. Milton.
FL; Probation Violanon-Felony.
* 2/22/06
IMcCants. Donald Wayrne:
MNale: 38: 6409 Kennington Cir..
Milton. FL; Possess Cocaine.
Narcouc Equip-Possess And..Or
Use. Failure to Appear for FelonN
Offense. 2/22/06
Melton. Alexander Charles,
NMale; 20; 203 Sessions, Milton,
FL; Sex Offense-Victim 12 YOA
Up to 15 YOA. 2/22/06
IMerritt, Argy le Bruce: Male:
50; General Delivery. Saucier.
MS; Larc-Grand Theft 55,000 or
More Less Than 510.000. Vehic
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. 2/22/06
Pristell,.John Auston; Male;
26; 2204 Bellmeade Circ.,
Navarre, FL; Obstructing Justice-
Influence/Intimidate/Hinder LEO
'Duties. 2/22/06
Reese, Maurice Antonio;
Male; 22; 4491 Limit St., Milton,
FL; Sex Offense Victim 12 YOA
Up To 15 YOA. 2/22/06
Santiago, Joel A; Male; 23;
2204 Bellmeade Cir., Navarre,
FL; Battery-Touch or Strike,
Larc-Petit 1st Offense, Robbery
By Sudden Snatching W/O
Firearm or Weapon, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O Violence.
2/22/06
Davis, Billie Lynn; Female;
32; 7006 Pines Village Ct.,
Milton, FL; Fraud-Insuff Funds
Check Obtain Goods Services
$.150 or More. 2/22/06
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Wednesdnv Marc~h 8.20106


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Local


Riverwalk Arts Festival kicks off this weekend in Milton


Page 3-A


By DEBORAH NELSON
Press Gazette Staff Writer
.* Santa Rosa's 18th annual
Riverwalk Arts Festival is just a
few days away, and organizers
say they're expecting bigger
crowds than ever this year.
-' The family-oriented festival'
bpens Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5
b.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5
.i;m. at Milton's Riverwalk.
- The two-day schedule of
events includes art, shopping,
rood and entertainment.
, Over 60 fine artists and 20
heritage artists will be on hand
to display and sell their work.
.* Recycled tire art, tatting &
crocheting, nautical posts, bas-


ketry, recycled glass chimes,
woodcarving and stained glass
are just some of the heritage
skills that will be on display.
A Children's Creation
Station will have plenty of cre-
ative activities for youngsters,
including hat-making, jewelry
art, sand art, and handprints,
along with storytelling. and,
more.
Music and dance perform-
ances, a U.S. Coast Guard
exhibit and food booths round
out the festival's planned activi-
ties.
A new feature, Van Gogh's
Comer,' features information
about area non-profit and com-


munity service programs.
Decorated with sunflowers,
the special segment honors
organizer. Cecile Stephens' late
husband, Bill Stephens.
Proceeds from Van Gogh's
Comer booth entry fees benefit
the Bill Stephens Memorial
Literary Awards to high school
seniors.
Awards go to one Santa
Rosa County high school senior
from each. of the six high
schools.
Awards are based on stu-
dent writing achievements..
Find Van Gogh's Comer on
the Northwest comer of
Highway, 90 (Caroline Street)


Ambulance


Continued From Page One.,
model of how we run our busi-
ness without taxes."
Officials with the Midway
Volunteer Fire Department said
'hey were notlooking to replace
'the services of Rural-
Metro.. .only "augment them."
The volunteer department
ioted its primary goal is to pro-
yide emergency response and
care that "meets or exceeds"
.standards. And ,that, officials
.said, includes transportation of
.siciims. Often, Midway V\FD
spokesmen noted, volunteer
remen make it to the scene
'before ambulance personnel.
.They argued that, in such cir-
,cumstances where the\ get
'there first. and in ukhich minutes
might mean the difference
, between life and death, that
they be allowed to transport the
victim and seek payment for
that service.
But Rural-Metro said'
allowingg such an action would
make it virtually impossible for
'ft to calculate income for the
.coming year and result' in a
need to re-visit its agreement
y\ ith Santa Rosa.
S' "Mida)," noted Gibson.
"has the highest density in the
.county. If .you take that away
.from us, we'll, want to gp back
iouL to bids. We ha\ e no problem
placing'additional ambulances
within Midway's fire house, if
''Midway wants to pay for that."
Commissioners noted the
'Nlidd a3 Volunteer 'Fire
Department was only seeking
to improve response times by
:inaking additional units avail-
"able.
"Our contract calls for four
"ambulances," noted Gibson.
'"Butr we're often running
upwards. of eight. If the county
,Wants an eight-minute response
time, we can certainly provide
that, but there is a cost."
Santa Rosa's agreement
,.ith Rural-Metro currently
calls for a 12-minute response
.,time within corporate areas and
p20-minutes elsewhere.
.' Some attending Monday
morning's committee meeting
-suggested it might be time to
.just "rebid the whole thing" and


"see if there isn't something
better available" now that the
county has grown so much.
Even Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Gordon Goodin
admitted the concept of
requesting bids wouldn't hurt.
"I do not have a problem
going back out for bids. After
10 years, it wouldn't necessari-
ly be a bad thing to, go back out.
It's a point well taken. If that's
where we're at, let's do those
things, but I don't see anything
in the current contract that,
would preclude %%hat Mnidway is
w antitng."
"It's" not a bad idea to go
ahead and at least solicit pro-
posals." noted Counts
Administrator Hunter Walker.
"Whate% er we end up doing, we
can deal with the Midway issue
separate for-that."
But other leaders were
quick to see requesting faster
responses could lead to a neces-
sary input from the public wal-
let.
"I have not always been a
major -supporter of Rural-.
Metro." noted Commissioner!
Toni Stew art. "I' have been that
guy that needed that four-
minute response time. But that
being said, I have since become
a supporter of Rural-Metro. The
response,, .times put in this',con-
tract are not necessarily the
best, but they are what we pay
for. If we want better response
times, we should be prepared, to
pay for i"t
Those comments were
echoed by Commissioner Don
Salter who' noted, "Let's make
sure we know where we are
going with this. The bottom
line. if we want increased per-
formance, we're going to have
to pay for it."
Some suggested the county
turn to a high use of volunteers
within the fire departments-
volunteers who only seek the
training for emergency
response and not necessarily
the much-higher requirement
for those k% ho want to be volun-
teer firemen.
But others noted volun-
teerism is on a downward trend,
nationwide-especially as


more and mniore workers are
finding it necessary to hold
multiple jobs just to make ends
meet at home.
Some leaders felt a 'com-
promise could be found by
sending 'Rural-Metro and the
Midway\ Volunteer Fire
Department to the same negoti-
ating table.
Others felt it might be time
to rebid emergency 'medical
services in Santa Rosa... "just
to see what's out there."
.The issue \\as to hate come
up for a \ote \ hen leaders meet
in their official capacity.
Thursday morning.
But in die end, they found
the topic' too complicated foi
36-hours. Instead. tle\ instruct-
ed staff to investigate the matter
and -bring it back to leaders
when a recommendation could
be offered.
Rural-Metro's current 10-
year contract will not expire
until May 16. The performance-
based agreement grants the firm
exclusive, emergency medical
transport authority in exchange
for meeting stated performance
crteria-largely as it relates to
response times.


and Willing Street in historic
downtown Milton. Hours are
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday,
March 11 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on Sunday, March 12.
- Milton's GFWC Women's
Club will also be on hand with
its 90th Anniversary edition
cookbook for sale.
And for the first time, a
commemorative festival poster;
signed by artist Ronald D. Hall,
will be available for purchase. .
Proceeds from the Arts'
Festival will go toward Santa
Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation program-s, includ-
ing the Dragonfly Gallery.
The Arts Festi\al is being
sponsored bN Santa Rosa's Arts
and Culture Foundation, the'
Cit\ 'of Milton, the Navy
League. Santa "Rosa Council,
the Santa Rosa'Medical Center,
Tr11e IVJ/TXlIIUn;UL Nr..pdlh (if


Milton, GFWC Milton
Women's Club, Trent's Prints,
and others.
For more information, con-
tact Lorraine Cathey at 983-


8310, Pat D'Asaro at 623-8493
or the Dragonfly Gallery at
981-1100.
Reach writer at:
Nelson@sr-pg.com


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Time to prepare
While most of us are looking forward to the
beginning of Spring, (March 20), which means
longer days and warmer temperatures, let's all
remind ourselves that in less than three months,
the dreaded hurricane season also begins.
This is certainly not a time any of us are look-
ing forward to, but unfortunately we. will all too "
soon be faced with the challenge of surviving,
another severe ,storm capable of causing more
damage to our already battered county.
Warnings and advice from local and state offi-
cials are telling us to begin preparing now and to
not wait for June 1, the official date that marks
hurricane season.
Typically, we escape the w rath of hurricanes
until September, but the last two seasons hate
pro en that's not always the case.
While Florida seems far better able to deal
with these destructive stomis than other coastal
states we, as citizens, must do our part to prepare
for the possible %worst-case scenario.
S And that means starting not by assessing our
disaster needs and reminding ourselves of the pos-
sibility of being without power for several days.
We all know the inconveniences humcanes.-
bring, as well as the destrucuton they can cause.
S Memories aren't so short that we've forgotten
the long lines at all the area's gas stations and con-
S enience stores.
We haven't forgotten the need for bottled
S water, ice and food and not knowing when the gro-
cere stores would reopen or gasoline would be
readily available.
We now know thakwaiting until the hurricanes
enter the Gulf of Mexico and are heading toward
our shores is too late.
Those who choose to evacuate find themselves
in overcrowded lanes of traffic heading north and
the uncertainty of locating safe refuge.
Rel.ving on government at an\ level-or
.expecting the National Guard to take care of us
because we didn't adequately prepare-is a seri-
ous mistake,..
While "Big Brother" w ill be a factor in dealing
with-uch trauma and disruption as well as recov-
ery efforts, we all must take responsibility for our
property and for ourselves.
Begin no\w to evaluate food stocks, inventory
such items as ice coolers, batteries, flashlights and
basic storm related essentials.
Examine the need for additional plywood for
your w windows and those who have yet to purchase
a generator should do so now and not wait.
In addition to a household generator. you may
S' ant to grab a few small window air conditioners.
This %%ill allow .ou to at least have one or two
"cool spots" in an otherwise miserably hot house.
SIt's all part of making preparations for \hat \we
S know could be ahead. .
Make sure those w"ho have gasoline-powered
generators ha\ e enough filled gas containers to last
at least four or five das. :
And, if another hurricane heads our way. let's.
all make sure our vehicless are full of fuel because
we all kno\ finding gas after a hurricane is nearly
impossible.
The time is now to survey our hurricane strat-
egy and let's not wait until the eleventh hour.
We've all been through this routine and, hope-
full\. we have learned some cery valuable lessons
x which should make our next experience a little less
annoying and stressful. In short, lei's be ready.
Maybe we won't need it.

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Think about the Red Cross


FMN: KATHY COONAN
Dear Editor:
Each Near, the President of the United States
declares March "Red Cross Month." This annual
event pro% ides a unique opportunity to think about the
important role the Red Cross plays eter-, da\ right
here in Northw\est Florida.
When we look back on 2005, w e think about the
humcane season the storms taking aim at Northwest
Florida and those impacting so many lives and com-
munities along the Gulf Coast and south Florida.
Your local Red Cross responded to these disasters b\
pro\ hiding safe shelters, meals, counseling and finan-
cial assistance.for the evacuees.
Dunng 2005. your local chapter reached more
than 52.000 residents through lifesaving classes, dis-
aster education, militarN emergency communication
and response to house fires.
During this March, please take some time to think
about our Red Cross and %what life would be like here
in Northwest Florida without them.
I thank each and every one of \ou \tho ha\e in
some %wa. helped the Red Cross keep our doors open
to those in need. Whether \ou are a dedicated \olun-
teer. you've taken a class or used our disaster servic-
es, your support has shove\ n us that you not only appre-
ciate w\%hat we do but you need us.


Looking for cuts ii wrong places
FM: JILL LANCELOT
Dear Editor: .. ,
In the $2.7 trillion budget, the president just sent
to Congress, he proposes cutting or terrunating 141
federal programs to save just over $14 billion. This
may sound like a lot, but \when we're looking down
the barrel of a $423 billion dollar federal deficit, it's
about time for the administration to trade in its budg-
et butter knife for a cleaver and start slashing some
big-ticket boondoggles.
.Some of the proposed cuts do: make a lot of
sense-the $500 millionn we currently spend for oil
and gas research. for' example, is little more than a
corporate welfare slush fund for companies s%.inmi-
ming in Benjamins. Unfortunately this is the excep-.
tion, not the rule. Most of the president's5 proposed
.cuts xvould prot ide little bang for the buck, and prece-.
dent shows that most of them won"t eter see the light
of day. After all. the final decisions lie with Congress.
and the president has N'et to force its hand by exercis-
ing a single veto.
The bigger problem, ho-wever, is that so much of
the budget is taken off the carving table before the
first cut is made. The, administration's reluctance to
address serious Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security,
defense, and homeland security spending leaves less
than 16 percent of the total federal budget on the
chopping block'. This surely makes it more difficult-
if not impossible-to save money from the overall,
budget and thereby reduce the deficit.
Surely the $441.5 billion in proposed defense
spending is one area where a few cuts could go a long
way. That' budget is rife with potential slashes that
would, help the budget picture but not reduce our
nation's defense capabilities at all. In fact, none of the
proposed cuts in the president's budget follow through
on the administration's earlier promise to transform
and modernize the military, and to cut Cold War relics
that are designed to combat threats that no longer
exist.
Take for example, the F/A-22 Raptor. which ini-
tially was designed to deeply, penetrate Soviet air-
space by avoiding radar and traveling at supersonic
speed. Without even taking all of the cost and produc-
tion problems into consideration, it seems as though
someone forgot to tell fighter plane proponents that no
other country comes even close to competing with our
nation's current air superiority. Cutting the F/A-22
would save taxpayers $2.78 billion right now and bil-
lions more in the long run.
Another apple ripe for picking is National Missile
Defense, which might look good on paper, but in
practice doesn't work. Weighing in at $11 billion, this
is the largest single weapons project in the budget.
Defense isn't the only place where eliminating
special-interest back-scratching could make real dents
in the deficit. Like last year, President Bush would
reform the Agriculture Department's 70-year old farm
programs that funnel billions of dollars in subsidies to
a handful of rich agribusiness companies. If enacted,
these proposals would save $7.7 billion dollars over
ten years. While this would certainly be an admirable
start, it is hardly the belt-tightening, sweeping reform
the nation really needs, especially considering that
annual payments have skyrocketed past the $20 bil-
lion mark. Worse, these same reforms failed to survive


the congressional gaundet in 2005 and there is no rea-
son to think they'll slip by unnoticed this \ear.
By ignonng the beefier portions of the federal
budget while he "nickels and dimes" us with smaller
spending cuts, the president is just fiddling around the
edges. We need bold. \eto-filled leadership for
America to help lead us out of dus deficit era. or
tomorrow's deficits ill be much larger than % hat we
face toda..

A farmer's call for clean energy
FM: HELEN 11ALLER
Dear Editor:
As a farmer, mi \iew\point on energy develop-
ment is influenced br myri concern for people who li\e
and make a living on land that sits o\er the coal, oil,
and gas. The merits of technologies that concert coal
to diesel fuel are only a part of the debate. The issue
of negative economic. environmental. and social.
impacts of strip mining must factor in to our decision-
making.
Thurtr years ago, as no%, high energy costs
prompted plans to build a synthetic fuels "bridge" to)
the time when renewable energy sources were a'
\iable alternative. At that time. the United States
relied on foreign imports for just o\er one third of its
oil. Toda\, dependence has grown to 56 percent,
imported most[ from not-so-fnendly countries. Our
national security is at risk and begs for a plan that
\would chart the \ay to energy security There is no
. simple answer, and because of our diverse energy
needs, we should expect these requirements to be mnet
from multiple sources.
At the federal le\el. Congress passed the Energy
Policy Act of 2005. which pro\ ides increased incen-
tives to the oil industry, coal-to-fuel projects, as \ell
as renewable energy\ sources.
While improve ed technology for coal-to-fuel is on
the drawing board and demonstration projects %illI
follow,. it is'r"ot a "quick-fix" solution. Today's coal
technology\ is plagued ,with pollution problems-
solid, liquid and airborne. We look forward to tech-
nology that would address these problems. But no,
matter how. clean it may prove to be,'that does not
address the negative impacts of coal strip mining on
our land and water.,
During the past three decades, improved clean
energy\ technology has brought us a new generation of
wind power, biofuels made from plant feedstock,
energy efficient technologies., and simple conserva-
tion measures that are cost effective, reliable, and
en% ironmnientallh sound.
Montana's 'wind resource is rated fifth in the
.nation. The wind farmn at Judith Gap will produce 135
:megawatts of electricity at a cost less than
NorthWestern Energy custo-ners currently pay. Local
residents and county officials are understandably sup-
portive of the development that has brought an eco-
nomic lift and good paying jobs to their area.
According to the National Biodiesel Board, pro-
duction and consumption of biodiesel was expected
to jump from 25 million gallons in 2004 to 75 million
* in 2005. Oilseed crops are, and can be, grown in a
wide region of the country, providing diversity in crop
choices, and contributing significantly to local,
economies.
The ',states of Minnesota, North Dakota,
Nebraska, Missouri and' Iowa are aggressively pursu-
ing a biodiesel economy. Public support of the use of
biodiesel is a contributing factor, since it can fuel any,
standard diesel engine with little if any modification,
yet: produces many fewer particulate emissions. We
need our elected leaders to pursue aggressively these
economic and environmental benefits of renewable
resources.
After all, the Stone Age didn't end because peo-
ple ran out of stones. They found better ways of doing
things. That fossil-fuel bridge called for in the '70s
never materialized-now there are better ways.
Improved technology has brought us to the era of
renewable energy sources.
It is time to chart an energy course for the United
States that is clean, reliable, affordable, and decen-
tralized, and that can provide jobs and prosperity to
numerous rural communities throughout this country.







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You Spoke Out,

Santa Rosa...
Sunday, 5:4S p.m
This is Trish with another
comment about the litter. A week
ago on the 4th. a group "was clear-
ing litter awa., e\en when it w'as
raining. Two days later, more lit-
ter. This \\as on Pine Blossom.
Come on people, can't you wait
unul \ou get home?

Sunday. 3:28 p.m.
I' m a Pace resident and Ihave
tr\o points to niake. First. I agree"
with \our March 4 editorial, that
%we need roads before a court--
house. Second, the Press Gazette
has some wonderful reporters. I'd
like to see a report done on the
franchise fee that the county col-
lects from Gulf Po\wer. I know" I
personally paid about $65 last
year. I'd like to know where it
goes. Thanks a lot.

Sunday. 9:59 a.m.
This is Charlie. Once again.
the Press Gazette has come out
and not a word about the city
employee that "as caught steal-
ing. Does the paper think this; is
acceptable? Last time a city
employee \\ as caught, he \, as sent
, to prison.

Friday 9:34 a.m.
I lile in East Milton. Sirice
Tuesday or Wednesday, I ha\e
been smelling some kind of odor
in the air and'it bums mni nose and
throat. Has an\ other person been
aware of this? Let me know.

Friday, 6:15 a.m. .
Eer one seems so concerned
about litter. But I don't see a6-
one forming a citizens group'to
get out and pick it up. I guess w\e
want the county to spend our aLx
dollars picking up after us. This is
ridiculous. A clean community
starts with a clean attitude. Ve
must all do our part. I don't gee
why it is government's job .to
force us to do what is right.

Friday, 6:05 a.m.
I just wanted to call and fell
you how much I appreciate you
returning the Nascar page. I have
been anxiously 'awaiting sits
return. You seem to be doing a
fine job with it and I just w anted
to give someone the proper
'attaboy"...or is it an "attagirl'?"
Editor's Note: It's an
attaboy... the page is put togeth-
er by Bill Gamblin.


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ilton hires former NAS officer to head Public Works
t- -


Oy JEFF EVERTS
Press Gazette Staff Writer
"This is good news for our
community." t
With those words from
Councilman Grady Hester, the
Milton City Council, Monday,
approved the hiring of a new
\Public Works Director... a man
w hose name should be familiar
to many living in the area.
Acting on City Manager
Donna Adams' recommenda-
tion, the City Council unani-


mously approved mle hiinng o
former NAS Whiting Field
Commanding Officer Brian
Watkins.
"I'm confident he'll work
well with the City's staff and
elected officials," Adams said.
"He'll be able to help the
City of Milton as we, continue
to grow and move for ward.'"
Mayor Guy Thompson
echoed Adams' statements say-
ing, "I'm very excited Brian
will be joining us and he x\ ill be
an asset to the City."


BRIAN WATKINS
In photo from his tenure at
NAS Whiting Field.


Beach


Continued From Page One.
defying the process by refusing
to pay.
"They should have paid it,
let us keep their moneN in
escrow and have received a
.,efund if they won their suit.
,.Now it's over and the fact they
,owe the money is a settled fact.
-I see no reason for us to do
this."
,hi Neither did anm of the other
,:four commissioners.
"Does 'anyone want to see
this issue brought 'up at
Thursday's regular meeting."
,,asked Commission Chair Bob
-ole?
' The silence was deafening.
And so, those 'who paid-
,lease fees, but refused to pay
n'taxes will now find themselves
qo70wing both.
The Navarre Beach taxation
istiue spent years in litigation.
-Santa Rosa County Property
- Appraiser Greg Brown brought
the issue to a head' lhen he. in
2001, decided -jbout ,SO0"
leaseholders on the beach had
leases with language that wouldd
.,allow the imposition of ad val-
o,,prem tax. A group of five lease-
-! holders. (representing seven
,, parcels) quickly filed suit.,
: .County officials. long
alleged Navarre .Beach resi-
dents did not pay their fair share
and yet, after a hurricane, were
often the first to request restora-,
,tion of service.
7: The next year, Brown came
* ,f '


back and levied the tax against
all beach residents.
Santa Rosa County
Attorney Tom Dannheisser told
leaders, Monda\, if the\ agreed
to the "credit'," it could ulti-
mately amount to "about a half
million dollars."
Leaders decided beach resi-


dents, in refusing to paj their
taxes in previous years, had
given up any right to special
treatment.'
The issue is not slated to
appear on Thursday "s agenda.
Stc,, 1 ritren' by Jim
Fh clii: Rcach him at:
fl."i' lc/ch r@ _s -p, .i.com


Sewer system plans 29%

rate hike for near future


B3 JIM FLETCHER
Press Gazette Assistant Publisher
If your sewer needs are pro-
vided by Sundial Utilities, Vou
may '%ant to begin budgeting a
higher amount into.your month-'
ly expenses. Santa Rosa Cou nth
Commissioners are poised to.
Thursday grant a requesied'rate
hike by the utility.
The rate hike would be the
first since thdie tiliJ \as formed
in 1997 and the concept of the
29% increase was unanimously
approved by Santa Rosa's utili-
ty board earlier this year.
When formed almost 10
years ago, Sundial Utilities had
a rate structure that began at,
$28. plus a $2 80 administrati\ e
fee..
The utility is seeking an
increase to $36, plus a $3.60
administrative fee and a hike in
late-payment charges from
$.280 to $3.


While officials sa\ they
'understand some ma\ rouse eye-
brows at a 29' hike, the\ say
other charges have increased
more.
-For example. officials say
between 2001 and 2005, the
cost of chemicals used at the
plant haje increased 1'76%c. lab
fees have jumped 124'- and
insurance costs ha\ e gone tip by
209%. In addition, the\ note
tangible taxes have, in one year,
jumped 1,594% (from $689 to
$11,669.)
Other noted mitigating cir-
cumstances include:
Damage from Hurricane
Ivan in 2004 that was not cov-
'ered by insurance.
S.* A 2005 lift-station
upgrade that cost $39,000.
a current need to add perk
ponds' and pipe at a cost of
$75,000.
In recommended County
See RATE, Page 6A.


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However, those plans were
put on hold when he was asked
to get Rebuild Northwest
Florida's construction division
up and running within ,a time-
frame of two months or less.
Watkins pulled off the task
and garnered rave reviews, for
his work. '
-He sees his ties with the
hurricane aid group as being
beneficial in his. new position
with the City.
"I hope to put my one year
of experience with Rebuild
Northwest Florida to good use
and, maybe, %%e I llI be able to
work together on some proj-


ects," Watkins said.
He will officially take over
the reins of the' newly created
position overseeing the Public
Works Department on April 3 at
a salary of $70,000 per year, but
will not receive health or retire-
ment benefits as part of his
compensation package.
Watkins has a Bachelor of
Science degree in -Building
Construction from. Clemson
University and has an extensive
background in management and
personnel.
Reach writer at:
everts@sr-pg.com


"He has all of the qualifica-
tions needed.. .and more."
Thompson said Milton is
currently overloaded with proj-
ects and said Watkins' back-
ground will help the municipal-
ity become more efficient.
Watkins was equally 'opti-
mistic about his new post with
the City. .
"I'm just looking forward
to my ne%% job and I can't wait
to get my feet wet," Watkins
said.
"I've been associated with
the City for four years and it has
been a, ,great relationship.
Milton is a great place to live
and work."
Watkins has most recently
served: as, the. Construction
Manager for Rebuild Northwest
Florida where current commit-
ments will keep him until the
end of March.
The former helicopIter pilot.
who was also Commander of
Na\.\ Region Gulf Coast.
retired from miliarar service
after 27 \ears and left his
Command at Whiting Field in
December of 2004 with the
intent of going to \,ork for a
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Page.6-A The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Wednesday Marcnh,,uuo 2

Local


County begins process of 'taki ng' IP land
Commissioners, Monday, gave been wrangling for more than a Late last year, some com- Dannheisser says he would us to believe it would cooper-
By JIM FLETCHER County Attorney ', Tomrn: year. missioners even quipped that expect the land to be valued at ate. Even though we will miss,
Press_ Gae'. Asisa P,blisher Dannheisser the okay to obtain At issue: access to txio pop-. the a "feared for their lives" if "about $5.000 to $10.000" per our initial goal of getting the.,
It happened just as a March an appraisal of land owned by ular boat ramps in the they did not have the ramps acre. roads open in time for Spring:
] Press Gaze-le story reported it International Paper-the first Pace/Chumuckla area. Over a open in time for this year's sea- "I hate, that this will not once we accomplish this con-
,would: step in "taking" land over Near ago. IP told Santa Rosa it son. allow us to get these roads demnation, we will never have-
Santa Rosa County which the County and IP hate was closing the road"a\s lead- Santa Rosa has spent more opened as quickly as we had to go. through this again." ,
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ing to both the Keyser and
\\ebb boat landings.
The boat ramps are owned
b\ the Northfwest Florida Water
Management District, but the
property cannot be reached
w without crossing IP land.
The closure brought instant
anger from Santa Rosa sport
and recreational boaters w\ho
frequently use the ramps-par-
ticularly in light of the fact that
the Quintette Road/Escambia
River boat ramp was closed for
construction on an emergency
watershed protection project.
Area boaters have been get-
ting increasinglN in-the-faces of
count\ commissioners-elen
more so as this Near's fishing
and boating season approaches.


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.The disease took Babb's,
left hand, right arm, both legs,
and part of his nose.
He faces several more sur-
geries, and a long physical ther-
apy road to adapt to prosthetics..
.A general contractor. he
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than a year attempting to workk
the problem out" %with IP. but
the paper giant has sent %word to
the Count) that it does not want
to proceed with seeking an
agreement. "It seems,"
Dannheisser sa\ s, "with their
pending real estate sales iLP has
announced plans to sell all of its
holdings, the\ do not %wish to
proceed with negotiations"
S'Last week, the Press
Gazelle reported commission-
ers were poised to use the
power of eminent domain to
"take" the land in question.
Monday. the process w\as
started.
"I don't think there are any
of us on this board that like
using eminent domain." said
Commissioner Don Salter. "but
this is a good example of when"
it should be used."
"This is the second time IP
has thumbed its nose at us.:
noted Commission Chair Bob
Cole: .. .
But Commissioner Gordon
Goodin wasn't certain Santa
Rosa wasn't being forced to do
exactly what [P wanted. "Are
%e sure they are thumbing their
nose at us." asked Goodin?
"The\ ma% want us to start emi-'
nent domain proceedings to
establish the value of their
land."
Regardless the motives of
[PR commissioners agreed to
proceed with the taking. "These
ramps are vital to the people of
Santa Rosa Count\." noted
Commissioner John Broxson.
"This is true not only for us. but
for future generations as \well. If
we ha\e to establish this corri-
dor now. then so be it."
Santa Rosa will, most like-
1. seek 50-foot rights-of-way.,
along the same route \\here the
roads are presently located.
Between the two properties,
that translates to about 30 acres.


By JIM FLETCHER
Pres Ga:ci .Assistant Publhsh it
Should Santa Rosa adopt an
ordinance designed to super-
sede any restrictive covenants
in area hoine6oher associa'-
tions?
Commissioner John
Broxson says N es. Most of his
fello\\ leaders aren't so sure.
After last \ear's rash of hur-
ricanes, many homeowners
found themselves, displaced-
living in temporarN FEMA
trailers while their own homes
were repaired or rebuilt.
Santa Rosa quickly 'passed
an ordinance to allow these
temporary structures on land
zoned R-1 (a zoning classifica-
tion that normally does hnot
allow mobile,homes.)
FEMA has extended the
timeframe during which resi-
dentsmay live in those trailers
to Sept. 30.
But Broxson says he is
aware of at least one family, in
one south Santa Rosa subdivi-
sion, that has been told it must
move the trailer.
The subdivision has a
homeowner's association and
the association, says Broxson,
is forcing the family out.
"This is not the thing to
do," says Broxson. "The milk of
human kindness would say the
subdivision should, retiact its
letter, but in the absence of such
action, we should do (some-
thing.)"
In particular, Broxson
wants Santa Rosa to pass an
emergency ordinance-
designed to supersede all subdi-


Rate
Continued From Page Five
Commissioners approve the
requested rate hike, County
Administrator Hunter Walker
described Sundial Utilities as
"probably the only one of the
three utilities overseen by the
Board that is growing."
.Sundial also plans to
increase its tap fees from
$3,500 to $4,250' (a 21%


::isioh restrictive co\enants-
allowing FEMA trailers to
remain through Sept. 30.
regardless of the desires of the
homeo\\ners' association.
But Broxson's tell" comn-
missioners think creating law
for a single person' or family
may 'be
overkill. 1
"I f th i s : .
is just one : '-"-''
subdi i- I'
vision says
Cornmi is -
sione r
.Gordon
Goodin.
"we need
to ask. are
they aware
the FEMA
deadline GORDON '
has been GOODIN
extended Commissioner
to !Sept.
30? If it is
just this
one subdivision, I believe their,
are other ways to handle this."
"I just don't think the prob-
lem is wide-spread enough- fov
this action," says Commissionet.
Tom Stewart. "In future hurri,
canes, we may want to do
something like this up front." :
But Broxson was adamant
the action should be taken.
In. the end, his fellow com'
missioners agreed to allow thq
item on tomorrow's agenda, but
fell short of assuring him their
votes would make him happy. '
Story written by Jini
Fletcher Reach him at,.
fletcher@ sr-pg.coin


increase.)
The issue is due to come up
for final vote when the
Commission meets in regular
session tomorrow morning.
That meeting begins at 9
a.m. in the Commissioners'
Board Room.
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Tuller and friends Connie,
and Roland Clark are hosting a
fish fry, SaturdaN, to benefit
GradY Babb,
The event takes place at
Clark's'Lock and Safe, 5587
Bernr hill Rd. from 11 a.mto4

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All proceeds go toward
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Law wo Id supersede

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Wd d M h 82006


e hT Santa Rosa Press Gaz e


Page 7-A


wVenesu ay mi aircii w .
Business Review


Joshua C. Durst Accounting and Tax in Pace and Jay


CPA with General Contractor license offering tax and accounting services


By OBIE RAIN
Special Projects Writer

At the relatively young age
of 30, Joshua C. Durst has a
,significant track record- of
accomplishments that he has
every right to be proud of. He
has a Master's degree is a
Certified Public Accountant,
holds a Certified General
Contractor's license, maintains
tax and accounting offices in
Pace and Jay, and has already
established a family of his
own.
By most anyone's stan-
dards, those are noteworthy
performances, and even Josh
himself acknowledges that for-
tune has been kind. But he's.,
quick to point out. that, by the
same token, these accomplish-
ments have not come without a
significant investments of
effort and hard work.
According to close friends,
acquaintances, and many who
know him professionally. that's
just the kind of person Josh is:
conscientious, hard Working,
dedicated, and involved to the
max in whatever project he's
tackling. -
Carried over into the busi-
ness, these traits, in the long
run (and short, for that matter),
amply impact the quality of
assistance the customer gets,
whether it's taxes or account-
ing services. And from the turn
of events it's e\ ident that he's
willing to share that expertise
with the public through the t%%o
businesses he maintains in
Pace and Jay specializing in
,accounting and tax ser' ices.
Josh grew up near Jay,
graduated from Jay High
School, and earned his'
Bachelor's .degree at the
University of West Florida in
1997. He immediately began
graduate work and earned his,
Master's ;degree from Florida
State University in 1998..
Wishing to get as much
experience as possible., he ,.ent
to work for a major, national
accounting firm in Jacksonville


and succeeded in earning his
Certified Public Accountant
credentials the following year
in 1999.
But even before he earned
his CPA certificate Josh had'
been quietly making his mark.
"While working for a general
construction contractor in Jay,
when I was still in college, I
studied for the general contrac-
tor exam and passed it, becom-
ing a Certified General
Contractor in May of 1998,"
Josh said.
In January of 2004, after
having worked for one of the
"Big Four". firms in
Jacksonville for five years,
Josh decided he would like to
return home to his roots. That
was the .month he opened his
first office in Jay at 5274
Commerce. Street where he
continues to do a great deal of
work for agricultural type
clients, specializing in tax,
work for farmers, small busi-,
ness. and the self employed.
In November of 2004. Josh
decided to expand and opened
an office at 4451 Highway 90
in Pace. "One of the major rea-
sons I decided to establish this
office in Pace was related to the
Construction and development
business," Josh said. "I have a
lot of clients who are in con-
struction, building, or real
estate development. In fact, a
great percentage of my busi-
ness here comes from people
who are in the construction
field or are in the real estate
and development trades. We
get a lot of work from those
industries." ,
He admits that his position
as a general contractor and the
knowledge that he had in that
area are good promotion points,
for his business. "It's good to
say I have a general, contrac-
tor's license along with the
CPA certificate. They kind of
go hand in hand and make a big
difference," Josh said.
"Sometimes, construction
and development contractors
aren't completely comfortable


THE JOSHUA C. DURST ACCOUNTING AND TAX TEAM-josh
Durst, left, and his assistants ,ill always be happy oIb meet you6 and
be of service in any way they can. April Hendricks (center) works
at the Ja) office, while lindv Hanvse\ rightl works in the Pace.
office. Josh is not only a Certified Public Accountani, he is also a
Certified General Contractor %%ith insight into much of the area's
construction, real estate, and development industry.
(Pholo by Obie Crain.)


talking with their accounts
because they aren't sure that
the accountant is readily able to
identify with their business and
how it works," Josh said. "" And
for me, that's been an area
that's opened a lot of doors,
because, I am knowledgeable
about their affairs."
.Josh says that his firm is
still accepting netw clients. "We
offer all t pes of small busine.s.
services from start to finish,"
Josh said. "We begin by help-
ing the' small business person
set up the business structure
and then follow through with
all the different phases. We
help them set up their corpora-,
tion and then assist them in
choosing the type of corpora-
tion. they wish to operate
under."
At Joshu.a C. Durst
Accounting and. Tax a small.
business person can find any.
type. of service he,may need in
the operation of his business.


"We offer anything from pay-
roll services to tax returns,"
Josh said.
"For those in the construc-
tion field we will even help
with Workers- Comp," Josh
said. He went on to explain the
variouss business structures
including the Limited Liabilit%
Comipan that in some
instances offers additional lia-
bility protection. "A lot of our
clients are LLCs or some type
of S-Corporation." he said.
Josh also does a lot of audit
work. "While I worked for the.
accounting firm. in
Jacksonville, I was mostly
,in ol ed in audit work learn-'
ing internal control policies
and procedures," Josh said.
That training and experience
has come in handy here where
it is put to good use, le said.
"We go in and evaluatee a
business's irnernal. -control- .
structure," he said, "evaluate
their policies and procedures.


the things they do to keep their
business environment con-
trolled, internal control testing,
if you will.",'
Those are some of the
things that take place during
the off tax season, Josh said.
His offices are geared to year,
round activity, and when tax
season slacks off, he says they
sort of "shift gears" and take.
on other responsibilities..
Of course there are times
-that are more memorable than
others, Josh said. "One of the
high points in my career is to
have been' able to open this
practice in. Santa Rosa
County," he said. "This area,
down the road, is going to.be'
one of the most notable in
terms of growth and develop-
ment. The area is unique in
terms of its harmony, people
with one set of values getting
along w ith others who have a
completely. different set."
The down side' of his
career. he said. was the Enron
and WorldCom scandals during
his last \ear in public account-
ing in 2003. He thinks those
incidents really changed the,
nature of public accounting.
making it necessary\ for
accountants to take a new look
at themselves. "A lot of
changes in the industry were
made as a result of those actiyv-
ities," he said, referring to
Enroi. \WorldCom, and the
do" nfall of Arthur Anderson.
But things are looking up
for Santa Rosa County, and he
says he's pleased to be poised
to be on 'the crest of the tide of
the- growth that is on its way.
And he likes to think his fami-
ly will prosper here as well.
"My wife, who is from this
area also, and I decided that
this would be thp best place to.
bring up our faill\" he said.
The) live in Milton with
their year old daughter; Alyssa,
who Josh says is the center of
their lives., ,,
His wife Tiffany is an
attorney. She received her
undergraduate degree from


Florida State University and
went on to the University of
Florida where she received her
law degree. She now practices
with the law firm of Moore Hill
& Westmoreland PA in
Pensacola. Tiffany interned
with the firm while she was in
law school and never wanted to
work any where else, Josh said.
If you visit or call the
office in Pace you are likely to
connect with Lindy Hawsey
whom you will like immedi-
ately. In Jay it's the same with
April Hendricks who staffs
the office there. Both are
courteous, friendly, knowl-
edgeable, and will be able to
assist you ably. The telephone
number of the Pace office at
4451 Highway 90 is (850)
'994-5520. In Jay, the office is
located at 5274 Commerce
Street, and .the telephone.
number is (850) 675-5535.
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m.
Your inquiries and your
business will be appreciated,
and, your affairs will be treat-
ed x'ith lthe re_,pect. 'dignity,
and integrity they deserve.



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MacArthur Kelly
1942-2006
NlIacArthur Kellh. 63. of
Pa.ce, passed aw1a\ FridaN.
February 24. 211006 tn local
ho-pital. follow ing a length\
illness. Mr. Kelly as born in
Chumuckla, FL October 7,
1942, to Willie and Mildred
Kelly.
Mr. Kellh lived in Pace for
the past 40. years He \v.as
retired s a Mlaster Plumber. He
was a member of the Pace
Volunteer Fire Departnment for
the past 17 seears. and served a;s
the Vice President for the past 8 -


years. He was a U.S. Air Force
Veteran, and a member of the
Wallace Baptist Church.
Mr. Kelly is preceded in
death by his father and mother,
and a sister-Johnnie Ruth
Harrison.
' Mr. Kelly is survived by his
loving and devoted wife of 44
years-Wavolene Kelly of
Pace; a son and daughter-in-
law-Stone\ and Susan Kelly
of Milton: a daughter and son-
in- law-Michelle and
Christopher Rop of Be\erlh
Hills. FL. fi\e grandchildren-
Di lan..Al\ ssa and W\ att Kell\
and Connor and CodN Rop; a
sister and brother-in-la\\ -
Shirle\ and B J Hanmmett of
\\inston. GA : and numerous
nieces. nephews,. cousins, and
othei relate,\ es and fnends.
Funeral Ser ices for NIr
Kell were held at 11:00 a.m.
Thursday. March 2. 2006 at the
Le%% is Funeral Home in Milton
v. ith Re%. LaDon Hall and Re%.
Mike \\'iggins officiating.
Burial followed in the
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Ccmeter) with Le\wis


Funeral Home directing.
Active Pallbearers were
John Barlow, Donnie Wadkins,
Mark Lewis, Lloyd* Edwards,
Scott Calloway, Jonathon
Reidling, and Robbie
Howington.. Honorary
Pallbearers were members of
the Pace Volunteer Fire
Department. Flowers -are
accepted or donations may be
made to 'the Pace Volunteer
Fire Department.
"Papa, we miss you, and we
love you very much!!",
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Minnie Nell Dunlap
1926-2006
IMinnie N. Dunlap, age 79
of Bagdad, Florida. passed


away Saturday, March 4, 2006.
She loved gardening and
was a .great cook. She was a
member of the Bagdad First
Baptist Church. "Grannie" will
be greatly missed by her fami-
ly.
Survivors include her son-
Claude B. Dunlap, Jr. and .his
wife-Brenda Dunlap of
.Bagdad and a grandson-
David B. Dunlap and his
wife-Pam Dunlap of Bagdad.
Graveside services .were
held at the Bagdad Cemetery,
Tuesday, MNarch 7, 2006.,at
11:00 -a.m. with Rev. Bill
Wright officiatirig.
Pallbearers were friends
and members of the Bagdad
Volunteer Fire Department
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements. .


Silent Auction planned


The Morning Glon Circle of
the Milton Garden Club located,
at 5256 Alabama Street %%ill
have its annual "Luck of the
Irish" Silent Auction Friday,
March 10th., Brunch at 10 a.m.


drawing starting at 11:30 a.m.
Ticket packets are $5.00 each
and can be used to bid on auc-
tion items. For More informa-
tion, call Ritter Kilcrease, at
994-7764.


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Dogwood Circle.
schedules meeting
The ,Doe ood Circle will
meet at the Milton Garden
Club. 5256 .\labama Street, on
TuesdaN. March' 14th at 9 a.m.
Annilise Reunert and Ltici
Mitchell from the Franck &
Weston Audubon Society will"
offer an interesting program on
birds. For further information,
please call Liz Barnette, 983-
7512.

Public meeting
set for tomorrow
A -public, meeting will. be
held at 6 p:m. on Thursday,
March 9, 2006, in the meeting
room at the Santa Rosa School
Board Administrative Complex.
on Canal Street in.Milton. The
purpose of the meeting will be
to, discuss the City of Milton's
Downtown Public
Improvement Project on
Elmira Street, Oak Street, and
Pine Street. For additional
information please contact the


Ci r Manager's Office at 983-
5411.

Jay Hospital
to hold Book Fair
S Ja3 Hospital w ill be having
-:an Imagine Nation Books Ltd.
th
Book Fair March 16 & 17t
(Thurs-l0.a.m. to 4 pm & Fri-
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.r in the Ro\al
Room. All the proceeds t ill go
to Rela\ For Life. Checks, all
major' credit cards and. pur-
chase orders w ill be accepted.

Preservation
Board to meet
The City of Milton's
Historic Preservation Board
will meet in regular session on
Thursday, March 9, 2006 at
5:30 p.m. in the Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to the
public. For more information,
please contact the City of
Milton Planning Department at
850/983-5440.


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Legals


INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File, No. 06-CP-43

IN RE: ESTATE OF
GARY LEE BROD,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of GARY LEE BROD,
deceased, whose date of
death was November 14,
2005; File Number 06-CP-43 is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32572. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set -forth below.'
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
Claims. or demands against
decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN.
THE LATER'OF 3 MONTHS.
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is: March 1, 2006.


/s/William Scott Foster
William Scott Foster ,
Attorney for Personal
Representative < .
Florida Bar No. 0361763
Anchors Smith Grimsley
A Professional Limited.
C.:.rrn-..ar
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F-,.r3 tai.jI,,, ,.sa.:r. PL -'iJ-
n v-j aqor.b.;. -.; C l:"r!'.: FL:


/s/ Michfi
Michael
Persona
1969 Ch
Pelham,

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ael Eugene Waybright
Eugene Waybright
I Representative
andaway Circle -
AL 35124


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.

IN RE: The Forfeiture of:

One 1999 Ford Taurus,
VIN : No."
1FAFP53U8XA 163247.
EEFEIJN Al T -'L ir.l l]T


JILL LYNN BARNHILL: -..

NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING

TO : Jill L.,-, biSrr, -,-,i '*- '
Sunrise 0,,.-. Pa-.: Fl:rrja
32571, and all persons who
claim an interest in one 1999
SFord Taurus VIN No.
< i P5FF : ., -F -,'rA-' Which
'',was-,seized on, or,' a aura
December 14, 2005 at 35-
Hamilton b.,..d r,,Oi l.iilton,
F lo r id a "~ i ," I ;. "-.- o f
--,Hamilton Bridge Road and
iGlover Lane). Said property is
in the custody of the Santa
i Rosa County Sheriff's Office in
. Santa Rosa County, Florida,
t and a Complaint for Final
Judgment of Forfeiture pertain-
ing thereto has been filed in
the above styled cause.

Dated this 30th day of January
2006.

Is/ Laura Nye
,LLEFI VI Lll-Li-: l .IA
Flui ..ia i-r .:. 1i, 1 -. "
, LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
i Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard,
P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 623-3200
Attorneys for Plaintiff

S030106
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3/146

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
4 COUNTY, FLORIDA'
Case No.

IN RE: The Forfeiture of:

$ 866.00 U.S. Currency,

DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:


MATHEW GRANT LEWIS.

NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING

TO: Matthew G. Lewis, 3329
Doodle Lane, Navarre, Florida
32566, and all persons who
claim an interest in $866.00
U.S. Currency, *which was
seized on or about December
15,2005 at 6330 Park Avenue,
Milton, Florida 32570. Said
property is in the custody of
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, and a
Complaint for Final Judgment.
of Forfeiture pertaining thereto
has been filed in the above
styled cause.
Dated this 26th day of January
2006.

/s/Allen W. Lindsay, Jr.
ALLEN W. LINDSAY, JR.'
Florida Bar No.: 104956
LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard,
P.A.
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 623-3200
Attorneys for Plaintiff

030106
030806
3/147

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 98-DEP-19


IN THE INTE

S. B.

C. B.


with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE TIME OF SER-
VICE OF A .COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decadent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
- TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is March 1, 2006.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
CHARLES H. OVERMAN, III
Attorney ,
Florida Bar No. 164209
701 South "J" Street
Pensacola, Florida 32501
Telephone: (850) 432-233,6

F 'r :.:.,r l -. 1 .prIe :er.Il a e
BT ,i,, j. : CT i-jrila
Pensacola, Florida 32501

030106 .
030806


APPLICATION FOR REGIS.
=REST OF: TRATION OF FICTITIOUS
NAME
04/21/1991 Note: Acknowledgements/cer-
tificates will be sent to the
04/14/1993 address in Section 1 only..


MINOR CHILDREN I. Fictitious Name to be
I Registered: The Coin Shop
TO: Daryl Lovely, father 2. Mailing Address of
I/k/a 1420 West Gregory' Business: 5203 Dogwood Dr.
Street City, State, 2.'r- C.:i- Milton,
Pensacola, Florida 32501 FL "'-:,
F .I. a r :' ,r, : r-.: .p ai
Parent of: C.B., a minor child a a:- :-.i c.. ns'r a. Sr.a H ,:.a a
DOB: 04/14/1993 1 I '
A. Owner(s) of Fictitious Name
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- it iro,..,ausii, ii.se attach-
PIED that a Petition under rn-.11 ir.I -:.- Sar,
oath has been filed In the
above asyied Court for the 1. Kimmons DonnaS ,
terminailon oi parental 6554 Palomino Dr.,
rights ol C.B a female child. Milton, FL 32570
born in Escambia Counry.
Florilda. by me Deparnmeni I (we) the undersigned, being
of Cnildren and Family the sole (all the) party (ies)
Services, for subsequent owning interest in .the above
adODption and you are rlre *.:'iu- r.n'.-i ,:-nI,, I-nari ir-.
by commanded 10 be and i:r.In-,ali,.:r ,n,.d,:aidi i :.n i-,,:
appear before me Honoranle form is true and accurate. In
Marcl L Goodman Judge ol accordance with Section
the Circuit Court in and for 865.09, F.S., I (we) understand
Santa Rosa County, Florida, that the signatures) below
at the Santa Rosa County shall have the same legal
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline effect as ;i T. a,.5 u -.J-dr :r.ih
Street, Milton, FL 32570, on (At. Lea-i -,-,,,- i, .nair. i.
the 13th day of July,-2006, at Required)
9:00 a.m. You must either ,
appear on the date and at Donna S. Kimmons
* the time specified or send a: .'1,; u-, ,i r j.,-r ,
written response to the aiT Mari,:r, : J .
Court prior to that time.

YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR 030806
OR RESPOND SHALL BE -3160
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
PARENTAL RIGHTS AND SANTA ROSA COUNTY.
YOU SHALL PERMANENTLY FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS SION
AS A PARENT TOTHE CHILD File No. 57-2005-CP-410
NAMED IN THE PETITION Division Probate
FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS. IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLAUDE SAMMUEL JACKE
WITNESS my hand' as the. Deceased.
Clerk ol said'Court and the
Seal inereol, ii nes17ir. day of NOTICE TO CREDITORS
February, 2006.
The administration of the
CLERK OF COURT estate of Claude Sammuel
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Jacke, deceased, whose date
FLORIDA of death'was March 9, 2005, is
CIRCUIT CO UR T SEAL :.- j;;." ;.-. |l, ,;,:u;i C.:..,.i ff.:.
By: M M Smi.lr, Ti FH : r : r.r, 1T... i,
Deputy Clerk Probate Division; the address
of which is 6865 Caroline
030106 Street, Milton, Florida '32570.
030806 The names and addresses of
031506 the personal representative
032206 and the personal representa-
3148 tive's attorney are set forth
below.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR All creditors of the decedent
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, and other persons having
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI- claims or demands against
SION decedent's estate on whom a
File No. 57-2003-CP-249 copy of this notice is required
Division C to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
IN RE: ESTATE OF THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
DAVID V. DOTSON FIRST PlIELIC'TiTIOtl OF
Deceased. THIS I ,-:,Ti,-E ,0 .i DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
The administration of the All other creditors of the dece-
estate of DAVID V. DOTSON, dent and other persons having
deceased, whose date of claims or demands against
death was June 9. 2003. File decedent's estate must file
Number -'.- '.- :J';, .is their claims with this court
pending in the Circuit Court for WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
Santa Rosa County, Florida, THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Probate Division, the address PUBLICATION OF THIS
of which is 6865 S.W. Caroline NOTICE.
Street, Milton, Florida 32570. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
The names and addresses of WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
the personal representative SET FORTH IN SECTION
and personal representative's 733.702 OF. THE FLORIDA
attorney are set forth below. PROBATE CODE WILL BE
All creditors of the decedent FOREVER BARRED.
and other persons having NOTWITHSTANDING THE
claims or demands against TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
decedent's estate on whom a ABOVE, ANY CLAIMS FILED
copy of this notice has been TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
served, must file their claims AFTER THE DECEDENT'S


DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is March 8, 2006.

Attorney for Personal
Representative
A. Wayne Williamson
Florida Bar No. 0115002
Welton & Williamson, LLC
1020 S Ferdon Blvd
Crestview, Florida 32536
Telephone: (850) 682-2120

Personal Representative:
Regina A. Johnson
P.O. Box 126 .
Au Train, MI 49806

030806
031506
-3/161

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
CONSTRUCTION OF
OPPORTUNITY DRIVE
EXTENSION

The Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida will receive
sealed bids from qualified
I.r:. irae] .r,lrr:l, ,.-' I'lor i1. -
.:.:.nslro.:lii- .:,t ir.eOppumjr.,r
Drive Extension (Project
Number 04-79-05513-SG2)
until 10:00 A.M. on March 28,
-i:' cr 1- a i-..n r. T. rT.:- 3 '-i ll Cd,
.:'n .d a rd r-.' r,.:j F rIE

r .: i i n a i-r in nin lJr i
unopened, to the- bidder. All
interested parties are invited to
attend.

The U.S. De-r.ri.Ter.i ,
i.,mrnc.,e.- E.:: r, Cr., :
C'. c F r.ii- A.ri 4 rii.,m S.aTl-n is
providing partial funding for
this investment.

Only properly licensed
Contractors are invited to bid.
This work includes construc-
tion of the Opp a:.runi, D'i.-
extension. ir..: ,-, r ir.-
project plan. arn- c., ir.e p.'j,
ect manuals.

C.u-,Fiurr.: ri-F:.-rririri F1-r.1
pn,:.l-"J .n:.jld b- d'r : .: ".
i'-' 'rI Pr,,i.Fp- r.i Fe- rr r, -Ir
,7100.

Unit prices must be submitted
I,:.r ,.:, r.-:.ar ,; -ri ar. payment


Each bid shall be submitted -in
triplicate on the bid form
r,. ir,.1 U I i e -a. n,rr.,-pa.
.,-,e.]i- ,, 5 ir, 6 :,r. 'i-.r C i..li.h

..iua..i i.i- i.:aI ii- F .- B-- i
.r i r, i-. r l i .:.:., i .: i,.. i, -ll-

dar days after written notice
being given, enter into written
Contract with the Owner,in

a..:.:.r .ri.:- .-.F Th r, .. .:Fa'.ri: s.11
,.,,d .,,ir, .:,I-,i.:h .:..-i i.:, in e

April 30 2006 -'.1d a5, te
,3.1- .,l :. E, -r.arj. F-, :.. .:
rr.a,1 i:,r Ti 5- an i H.' a C cur.r
Pr.:,o ur m r,I- L pa iri-r.. I
6495 Caroline Street, ui. 6
Milton, Florida 32570.

Project documents, including
draw ings "and .:-: ,i: i,:r.,-
relative thereto may be
inspected at the Dodge Plan
Room at 201 South "F" Street,
Pensac.:iaR Fi.:.dr, ': r.r a
Rosa. .ur Pr. : ,,.rri.'ni
'Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida; and the
Santa, Rosa County
ir.- n 'i.3 ti ,ri r p H,.i ni r, .
r"'" I.1l,.11., l.:-nr, a Piai,.! r.an i'
'pei .,i: air..:-. n',a, e .,:jr.':
from the Santa. Rosa' County
.' .:,-ur-, eri Depa''ri r'.',i a.i a
-. -r, r i-etr aCil. ;.:, .l ,.-I ..3 '4'0
per set.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive informalities in
bids, to. reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
accept the bid that In its judg-
ment is in the best interest of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,

Santa Rosa County does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.

By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida.

030806 ,
030806 '
1 3/162

NOTICE OF INTENT TO
CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE

The reading and adoption of
the following proposed
Ordinance by the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, is sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m., March 23,
2006, in the Commissioners
meeting room at the
Administrative Complex, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
, Florida.

AN ORDINANCE GRANTING
AN ECONOMIC DEVELOP-
MENT AD VALOREM TAX
EXEMPTION TO MDC COR-
PORATION, 7207 HIGHWAY
90, MILTON, FLORIDA


32583; SPECIFYING THE
ITEMS EXEMPTED; PROVID-
ING THE EXPIRATION DATE
OFTHE EXEMPTIONS; FIND-
ING THAT THE BUSINESS
MEETS THE REQUIRE-
MENTS OF FLORIDA
STATUTE 196.012(15); PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

These proposed Ordinances
may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled
meeting at the Office of the
Clerk of Courts, BOCC
'Support Services Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida. All interested parties
,should take notice that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made by the Board of County
,Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said

u-:. i r r'. i ri- F .5
insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appealing.
exists and for such purpose
they willneed to insure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceeding is made, which record
shall include the testimony and
the evidence upoh which their
appeal is to be based.
Interested parties may appear
at the meeting and be heard
with respect to these proposed
ordinances.

030806
030806
163

REQUEST FOR PROPOS-
ALS
Artificial Reef Design
Placement and Monilorncl
Services

8i.:-ri. ; ; .r.1t., ;. rn i'hai ii-,
B.:. ar.d :.l F .r, ,J nnH I
i,;-,.n-, li, .:,r-i ,r. : r ,' a H.: T a
Fl., :,,d r, It,, ull i:.l r le..:,:.
i; ,:a11,r,,;1 1.- f aniJ requ I'n,',,
r.:.-p. ,: a i;.:'m artificial,. reef
kr.: ..,ie r i. *:.:nii:,,,ur5 r.an ar ,'.,
: ial -.. F r.,r lr .:ii i- [
.: I reel ,i r. 1, pl -.: m er,
,- tr .' In : r TL.,a E i 1 La'.;le

addition to designing the e:s
;i ,a.: .',,,dia ,:i ,',i1 hi- Fa:,r:I ; I

:.:, .:. r ai ,ii: d rT c i.:." i in
P. :. :r .I 1 l 1al 1 4 :iud I, .:,

r d .l. .;l d .l a .: i-. ir 4 .ia -
al Tr., i:. :|i, : l i; tJrd.-
Ir.r.;.u r.a a ,. arI re,: .,e ih:.T,
the U.S. Fish. and Wildlife
Service (Federal .Aid in
'.,:,p >r i, = r, i=(-a : l,:.r :hir ii .:.i- a i-'
I-r.:.n r a.,l F .r iJ,.lri.
C,,ie, r ri:. ,: rr- T,: i-.:
(Division of Marine Fisheries
Artificial Reef Program).

Scope of Services
Tr,. :.ll.:. lr,,n ,' i ,. iTiirlllTii i'.. .
..:.ia, r-d u' r- a ." In.-i T :oi-. -:

i, -i.: i '-. r.,ci-. ar.. Tr. .:.:r.|ra.:.

other services will be a factor

C. ., I J: a p..ar .:.1 "l:r4
.*el: iie.l :,T''. "I pr-i. ,:.-.
..pI.,m- r.- l irn e m .,mTji
number of concrete modules
to surround 100 tons of con-
crete rubble or rock. Reef site
#2, maximum number of con-
crete modules to create a
patch reef. ,
Loading and transportation,of .
the above materials to the
reef site.
Deployment and material
placement of the abbve mate-

i. ,ul .:.:r i.- 1:.,i.-.d i s.- ,
-,ea ri.:.rsnr'. t:.,,1: iT..:, r .- r, u

deployment.
Effective and.reliable commu-'
.'nlcations shall exist at all
times between the transport
vessel, and the designated
COUrlT'.' :,t.: r.er r, ;i
D-epl.:-, rrer.i :erior.3.:, .ri [ i
c.rii, ,I r.,i. ra.i .rr,. a e
height in the operations area
is no greater than two to four
feet as forecast by the nearest'
NOAA weather office.
The COUNTY'S observer
reserves the right to suspend
off-loading operations if posi-'
tioning and other deployment
objectives, including safety of
personnel and equipment, are
not being met.
All special and standard man-
atee protection requirements
described in the Army Corps
of Engineers Permit for this
reef site must be complied
with.
F-,e rriT ., [,i, i ,..,li C, ir,
Santa Rosa County over and
above the listed minimum
specifications.
The reef must be fully
deployedd by June 30, 2006.

SELECTION PROCEDURES.
The bid will be awarded to
the best value and most
responsive according to the
criteria below.

In cases where-CONTRAC-
TORS submit bids that are .
determined by the County to
contain equal or very nearly
equal terms, the County shall
have no obligation except to
select the bid which they con-
sider best suited for the needs
of the program.


The County shall reserve the
right to reject any and all pro-
posals which fail-to respond to
any of the categories listed in
the bid or which fail to meet
the other mandatory require-
ments or Contractual require-
ments stated in the bid.

The County shall reserve the
right' to waive minor irregulari-
ties in proposals, providing
such action is in the best
interest of the County. Minor
irregularities are defined as
those that. have no adverse
'effect on the County's interest
and shall not affect the out-
come of the selection process
by giving any one Contractor
an advantage.or benefit not
enjoyed by other Contractors.
The County shall reserve the
right to reject all proposals,

Artificial Reef Material
Specifications:

Proposers must include a
concise itemized description
.:.1 ,. in l,p ,:.f iaT, iiria; te;rg
S:,utr.nr,,rl icr.pli..:n Sri..:.ul
.r..:lud.- irc ruT..r ..
weight, pictures (if possible)
- 'and literature (if appropriate)
and include but not be limited
to:
, ,nn,',/, .ri ,.', m.--is' uieL'S,:,',L-,
ine- ,,r,,- .r *.: .eiT,p.p : ..r.

be plan, with nq exposed.
rebar. Provide an itemized list
and dimensions of each cate-
F,51ir ;,31, W e I1 t :
dep.l.:.,.id

Surface area. Identify the out-
side (external) surface areaof
a'-: n 5 1a i-r-l1 r,p.- I.. t :-
epi.: ,,,-,., ar,,d ir, ,::..n-t.red


.r.:r. ic.. i I.:aim:i, .:.i. r

Footprint. Identify the foot-
C.r;ri .:.f -a.:h r m dule and lrl-
d .,,pI.:, d l r,,.,, ,..,u r r: ,'u a.
li.: r i a
air.* ..l i-i-... ..ari-n:urr -


Hci.sp l Id. ,-,rIr, ir,.- m .,.Tumr.
i,..3,T, .iu. r. ,r.i e .o t r,

and .i nc. l -a'5r i.l-i 5.
,ui.:r, danl. t, r ihe- on,... a rr.
r.i. 'is la -il

I -. ur ,i- Id- .-irr, r- i:,luT.-
i pa.:-i n a .:r. ir, ,ali ,,atle,,I
i- -ae pl,,' J Ir:.I- 11-.' i;
ur ,: C.ul II, .:.IIJT|- .: p a:s .!
,:,.- r,?.' t,, i,- lT,.:.3 1 le i
elr.:,,. ,ar., :- i 1.:1,cIr. fr.. .

il -,';Ii :,- uic r identify the
A,.-.nri .:., a.:r, u.-. I a of materi-
al ,:-. i ,.._-' .. ;.ir,- i.,.r- ur..i

11 -aI :. i i, p .:. i.L:. IF.T r:.li -i

Total weight per reef. Identify
the total combined weight.

A rior,,nteorlita .J,i er- ri l
E i :u -, pri, aTi.: r-ieel i .i, -
and microhabitat diversity.
r.aci.r a rF ,i.i
eTrTr..r.. ir r1, israit,T and
durability of the concrete type.

L.--enti.:.r : il ea- ir. t ur- i.-:,
v-alsormr' ei 'at S ai..aardph .
fe. M:nl n-i l-idta'': *:.l
Minimum Material
Standards:


s.aalterd pri:.I ..-ea Tr i t ::':.rea -'
.I ;gruiI an.i:. si rla l r ,inten t.y
v-iis a r.d ru i.. 1- T i -r. .:.- r |i '

ed .:leoar, i- rl i i nr, ir,,.:. ,
ness or greater. No proposals


ti-arni tmale.aia d sailerat;.. cr e,
will be considered.

Any artificial reef material pro-
posed must either through
prior use or engineering sta-
bility analysis have demon-
strated resistance to move- .
ment in a 20 year return inter-
val storm event at a depth of
90 feet. Additionally, the
material must have demon-
strated a resistance to break-.
ing up in a similar Intensity
storm event. Proposals that
do not meet these stability cri-
teria will not be considered.

Firm Qualificatlons:
Proposers must provide proof
Sof the following minimum qual-
ifications at the' time of sub-
d poy.n t,. a r.,,;:.:.a:, 5i
1ij l 4 S .:. 1 ,1 r, i r,
Department.of .State in accor-
dance with provision of
Chapter 607, Florida Statutes
(check the State of Florida
Secretary of State website);
..iu il r.', .- .:.r. Ir- .1. ..al
i-r ..r.r.-'-ri .;[,
Must not be in the state
debarment list;
Must show they are compe-
tent in artificial reef construc-
tion and have the necessary
resources to fulfill the condi- ,
tions of the contract;
Must provide proof of insur-
ance (in accordance with
County liability requirements);

Describe the resources avail-
able to successfully complete
deployment of all reef materi-


als. This information will
include but not be limited to: -
1) source of procurement of
the material; 2) the availability
of the material including a
production schedule if not cur-
rently in stock; 3) the staging
area where the units will be
kept and made available for
inspection prior to deploy-
ment; 4) the specifications
(load capacity, vessel type,
etc.) of the vessel/barge, and
cr a nd other equipment
that will deploy the material,
and the port(s) they will be
operating from; 5) the specifi-
cation (load capacity, vessel
type, etc.) of the tugboat -
and/or other support vessels
that will deploy the material,
and the port(s) they.will be
operating from. .

L, rl ir, i :'-.u r ., i:, ,
Ta o.,:,,i : T pr.:-urr,:i l:.. n. n ,,?

and deploying the selected
materials throughthe time the
Material is placed on the bot-
tom. Describe how the materi-
al l .11 1 ,. r -.: '.A''.:5 k'.iin
,.5.a5 ,i'.uard T'.^a'1-,,i1: .,
allow for its safe transport to
the reef construction site.
Describe the proposed
anchoring systempand the
proposed method to deploy
to,'i ,Tale,;ai -',l-'r:b$ 5a','.
55 '1 T T.:. .rr
C,:,,:,dira ll:", il uI, r'r ,i ..,iir
E ,.,B,,',TRCT.- T

Provide the total number of
'estimated days at sea and
5 ::.:, .I 3 .e i ;- li.: ,a.i-,;1
,danFz ir al r, i iI ,' u.r3i I. '
,:ii rpl l I : I [: .r.: r I'
.Ifuri 30 r,. i:-ir C., i F.r:', .. ,
.. 1r, ,-u iT, :.lr, 1 lIn, T d ar, :
requ'r'5, I,:, mrnr,.rJa lu,',i, the
mrT, r ,al r .,I -:.( ar, 1 r mI.rnu-
l a3,lure.3ll are,, I r i,'...a- a,

aa..1 -il l, .el qu.p-. lT. r, .
IT r.Ir.5rl,, :ir, ,r :.:-.TTI.

r,lar,; il: r.,.3: .dc- .:IC -. i l
i ,r ,-i C., Ii- ,Ir..Ti, .I.r: ,,T I

I', ..rlt: ,.ir,.ii- iualhl,: 5ln:r,i 1,5

i.l em nri a,-I r, ,,i-ler irr


ol.:.rrr, 1 C al:-1 ,, .T r, iT. r.i *: 1
iArtii rc i r.al rena.; te rielT, s
a:a5 r,1 .i : ,,, :.n- r ,un-,

Laria p.1:;,.riT. ir. ,r. a.1- ranl,,
:, 1 I" r p r.':.I-.:'l E ,I ,i.ui ne.. r .:.1
D. r. :. r t a., nao..tae-i n-ri al .

,,d II-, r,,jrr. ,5, .:.1 5,3 ,11,: 11



STalement o0 Feef :
-- ,p: ,1 ;r.,:.ul.3 O,- I,51.T,,.:,

P. o.:1j'e shpo .l ur-, !dr.,cld
:: r..lu. .3 i r ,.:.ur 1 i. i 1 -
,L',',lTI':[l]"L .:r-, r.3e- ,%,11 C,'

outline of your pricing for:
Artificial Reef Material Cost
l ;:,, l 1 p u, ,.,In ,
L.5.,,-and at Transportation

Deployment and Material
Placement (offshore) .

Questions concerning' this
project should be directed to
SSharon Marsh at (850) 983-
'1848 or by e-'mail at
; r,-a r.:.r .::, ar, ..,: I j:
Tr.., .n uil.4 Ir, pr, .,.n.*
location of the reef, along with.
other.specifications for loading
and transportation and deploy-


u I L r,- i ,,."- i :h crn;.: ri.
:uts::r.ira.:li-r, p-' .r a -.:.s a
County's contract with the
State of Florida.

Application Requirements

.ran. .a-ii..- jr.: t.,,- nar. Fe.a

County Procurement
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton, Florida,
32570; and must be received
by 10:00 a.m., .March 28,
2006, at which time proposals
will be opened and read aloud.
All proposals shall be sealed.
and clearly labeled "RFP -
ARTIFICAL REEF." Please
provide twelve (12) copies of
*i, i rr.:.p.:.: 1 Pr posals
..3 an, ir- i.,,r, set for
opening will rejected and
returned unopened to the sub-
mitter. All interested parties
are invited to attend.

iI |:.p i;, j,-,l : i-,'.,jl.j :,b-r.,r
a1-iin-. i ,,:;p, a1; .5.,i.ri.r.ng
the background, qualifications
and experience of their firm,
including a detailed summary
of their experience in this type
of work. If oral presentations
are deemed necessary the
County will notify short listed
firms following the proposal
deadline.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
proposals, to reject any or all.
proposals with or without
cause, and to award the pro-
posal that it determines to be
in the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.

Santa Rosa County does not


discriminate'on' the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion, age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service.

030806
030806
164 .-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
LOADER /FORKLIFT

Notice is hereby given that the
Board. of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will receive
sealed bids for one
Loader/Forklift.

All bids must be original
and delivered by hand or
Fed Ex to the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
Department at 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, FL 32570, or
mailed to the Office of the
Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite
G, Milton, Florida, 32570;
and must be received by
10:00 a.m., March 28,2006,
at which time bids will be
opened and read aloud.
Bids received after the time
set for the bid opening will
De rejected and returned
unopened to me bidder. Ai l
Inlereslea panles aire invit-
ed to anend.

Specifications and bid form
may, be secured from the
Santa Rosa County Website,

aT Ir, 1 i.ania R.:.- a '.:.ur.i
p r...:ijr srn I-. i rir'rs l al
lh. a'..:.'r .- dr. -: TelrpLs ,r.n:e r
i' ,',l '. i lI_ ':

Questions concerning this,
quip ,er, i-,.:..jhl : ..ai directed
.r ., r ,,:i Harrn, at (850)


The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right tc '.ai ;. ..,,ul r;i;.,.r ;r, .
bi. r: r-j. :i[ ar., .:.r aill r D .
."ilr ...r .',ii-.L, .,: a ': and to .
awar, ric, b, iri ,- deter-
Sre;r i.'- br i rl.r- r.Es
S ci r a a S.: ra to,ur.r,




.-ii..:.r. a.- o.. r a pr riic..
ilal in -ir ,5,,, rn r [.r.:.
.: ra ,r, ner.I..:,rTe rT ,r


B, :rd-r ,:,r h, B.:,ar.d of
S ,*:ur'.l,, C. .:.TT, i.:.i-,.-r of

030806
030806
165

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING

WHEREAS, Linda and Phillip
Smith, has petitioned to
vacate, aiC.a-,n:.r, discontinue
ar..3 .r..:.ur..:- .ar., .'i|^ri; and
il.:rl,...* r. -,, .:,: .. ., ,l.p r.:...- I',.


The un-named road right-of-
way located between lot 4,
Bi,:: r.- .j L.:.i 1 Bl.:,: 1 ;.-.
th. ,',ii,r, -1 Tr a.:l ,JEL-. ri r
a a: :i.::.E 3 I ri L e- d I', j- F
psac F .r ,rn ii-. pU. .Cni: ',:':
or ar.ia R.:.ai5 C -'-i, Fr.:.r.,,

'AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has beeh established for
a plut.i.,: rn a.a 4 i.,r ir. 6'.:-.ar-.
.:. C.jurI', C.:iT.mm .,.r,,T I :.
".:.:.ri ii..3c 10- ad. iEa.. a -i.i ,
exercising its authority pur-
suant to Cr rier 336 of the
general statutes to vacate, "
abandon, discontinue, -
renounce and disclaim any
right or interest of th.' ,ui,;,: ;r.-
and to the above d-i.', .-:e ,
property.

NOW THEREFORE, all inter-
ested persons and the public
q.-lr., siiS 3, .1r.r-.:1-di that a
p.ai.F.: i-..9-arr.. urpo-. ir,.: above
,-- no,.:.-, i ..P-ir .:.r. nail be
held by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, in the:
Commissioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located
at 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida on the 23rd day
of March, 2006, at the hour of
9:30 a.m. cst/cdst, or as soon
thereafter as'the matter can be
considered.

All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide
to appeal any decision made
by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to
any matter coming before said
'Board at said meeting, it is
-rl,? 11. i.,_l.j lJ ~.a. ,p.:r,:_L.,lir, tF -,

ceedings they are appealing
exists and for such purpose
they will need to insure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made; which
record shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence upon
, which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to this mat-
ter.


Page 9-A


030806
030806
V1 66

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
ING

WHEREAS, Billy and Patricia
Rogers, has petitioned to
vacate, abandon, discontinue
and renounce any interest and
right of the public in and to the
following described property to
wit:

The northernmost 75 lineal
feet of Begonia Street
between Lot 8, Block
15 (Parcel # 16-2N-28-0000-
03000-0000) and Lot 1,
Block 14 (Parcel #
16-2N-28-0000-02700-0000)
in the unrecorded
Ronandale Subdivision.

AND WHEREAS, a time and
date has been established for
a public hearing for the Board
of County Commissioners to
consider, the advisability of
exercising its authority pur-
suant to Chapter 336 of the
'general statutes' to vacate,
-abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim any
right or interest of the public in
and to the above described
property.

NOW THEREFORE, all inter-
psted persons and the public
generally are directed that a
public hearing upon the above
mentioned Petition, shall be
held by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located
at 6495. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida on the 23rd day
" :.ir .,1 r.l r, 1: s ni Ir..- r.:.ur .:.i
: .i rr, : : :I .:.r a r :.,-,
n-,r-an3i.-r F r, m arT'e,' a,-, r ,-
considered.

Alln ,,'.-lie-uld pa5ri,' should
1t, i.:.i..:- Ir.si .r me, decide
1 a-ip aS ar., 3.,:,:.. '- made
1., irre. &:-.jrd :.i- County

, r-n, ali., :.. ri. Ir r.-.re i ai.
ir,. 'd -, l au 1, r,.',,I: r, I.| :
r :urei a, rI.' .: n pur .:


i'l" ::.r.1 :'lo 1 i r5 .:.
ir,.'- ir1 i T,:, i-r,,jr Ir, F-.

C -,ngi re5, %3.3 .i r.: r,
r ,.:.:.rd hall r r.:.i ji ir. e i-eSF
nT, ,-,, r.,: ... .r,,:e up.:.r,
.. l i,,r:h, ir,.* i p .-a i i : 1 F'.

F5:.p.. al Ir.,F ,Ei hr.,-1 1 .,:
r.i- ,,- 1 r i -, ,.5 p .-, h: Ir-.: Ti,:ai
030806

030806
030806 ,
3/167

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
3. CUBICYARD FRONT-END
LOADER

Notice ia hereby given that
.he Board of County
Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County. Fiorida. will
receive sealed bids for one 3
CuOic Yard Frord-ena
Loader.

All' bids must be original and
delivered by hand or Fed Ex to
the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32570, or mailed to the
Office of the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
DeCpa.im nri r -, Ci..:.ir'.

32570; and must be received
by 10:00 a.m., March 28,
1:,ri. a, di-n..:n 1i l:-,, i 11.
w-.p.in .3 a...a l- .3 l.u 3 -II
interested parties are invited to
attend.

Questions concerning this
equipment should be directed
to Tom' Collins at (850) 626-
0191.

Specifications and bid form
may be secured from Santa
Rosa County Website
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids) or
at the Santa' Rosa County
Procurement Department, at
the above address. Telephone
(850) 983-1833. Bids received
after the i-, set for the bid
opening .1.r1 c. rejected and
returned unopened to the bid-
der.

The Board of County
Commissioners reserves the
right to waive irregularities in
bids, to reject any or all bids
with or without cause, and to
award the bid that it deter-
mines to be in the best interest
of Santa Rosa County .

Santa Rosa County,does not
discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex,
religion; age, or handicapped
status in employment or provi-
sion of service,

By order 'of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa .Rosa County, Florida.

030806
030806
a3168


KNOWLEDGE GIVES SOCIETY THE POWER TO ADVANCE. IIX, A NEW PAPER,


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Kornerstone/Community


March FoodSource is available


FoodSource, a program through
the First United Methodist
Church, is presenting their
March schedule. A tentative
menu is published for planning
purposes. only and to accommo-
date the request of the cus-
tomers. Menu items are subject
to change without notice.
Sign-Up time will be
Wednesday, March 8, 6-8 p.m.
gnd Thursday & Friday, March
9 & 10, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pick-Up date and time will be
Saturday, March 25, 2006, 6:00-


8:30 a.m.
Menu: The standard frozen &
dry unit is $21 & includes:
Hamburger meat, Lunch meat,
Polish Sausage, Gumbo Base,
Cheese, Potatoes, Dry Beans,
Carrots, Corn Muffin Mix,;-
Cabbage, Oranges, Eggs.
Breakfast Box ($12) Ham
Steak, Bacon, Baby Link
Sausage, Margarine, Grits,
Eggs.
A standard unit must be pur-
chased in 6rder to get any of the
following boxes.


E





,t ,-,-,


Premium Unit ($31) -
Everything in standard, plus 2
.Ibs. Pork Roast, Salisbury
Steak; Bacon Seasons, Greens.
Variety Steak Box ($20) 6 or 7
pieces
All participants must be prompt
or. arrive earlier to pick up their
food units. :We cannot be
responsible for food items,
spoiling because they were late
in picking up their units.
,First United Methodist Church
'is located at 6819 Berr hill St..
Milton. Call 623-6683 for more


today..
information. The motto is "If
you eat, you qualify." EBT's are
welcome.
Reminder: The menu.is proyid-
ed for planning purposes, Menu
is subject to change. South
Alabama Food Cooperative
FoodSource is a small group.
Help us remain in business by
spreading the word about our
food program Your efforts can
make a difference.


Bob Walton & The Workmen

Quartet in concert
Bob Walton and the Workmen For more
Quartet v. ill be singing Sunda\. informa- .
March 12, 2006 at the Gospel tlion, call
Light House in Chumuckla at 6 Pastor Herb \an
p.m. The pastor. Uncle Herb Dyke at 944-2018
and the Church welcomes \ou! .
Pace is the place to Relay for Life


Wednesday March 8,2006


Ask the Preacher
...a weekly column answering your questions
with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "How can I recognize a 'cult'. With all
the different religions and churches out there, this really con-
cerns me. I want to make sure that I am in a true Christian
church." L.L. E. Milton
Dear L.L,
I have written answers to similar questions on this topic
before; but let me just reiterate a few very important principles.
If you are looking for a church that is a Jesus centered church
and not a cul or a church on a tangent then I \ would encourage
you to find out the following 4 things.
1. What does that church teach about the.person, deity and
sufficiency of Jesus Christ ? The Bible teaches that He is God in
the Flesh, God with us andthe ONLY \'ay to sahlation An\
thing less than that is not Biblically correct. EVERY cult denies
this great truth.
2. What does that church teach about the Bible as God's
Word. The Bible saNs about itself, that it is the final, authorita-
tie.,onl\ and infallible ti(ithout error' Word of the Living God.
Etery cult denies this great Christian truth.
3. What does that church teach about Salh anon? The Bible
clearly teaches that a person is saved b\ God's grace ALONE.
It's not Jesus PLUS a particular church, or Jesus PLUS particu-
lar rules and regulations. etc. Every cult denies this great truth
and most will say that if you aren't one of THEM, you kon't
'"make it." Stay clear of ANY church that leaches that!
4. Is the church off on a tangent? In other'words, look for
a church in BALANCE with the whole counsel of God's Word.
So many groups and churches appeal to people by majoring on
one or two ISSUES. They %\ill surround therm with all kinds of
religious talk and then insist that they ha'e something that no
one else does.' Whole denominations have sprung up around
'tangents.' Stay clear of a church or group like that.
With these four principles and the clear leading of HolN
Spirit, you can find a good. Bible believing, Jesus loving
church. You are right L.L; this is a very important maner and
requires much prayer and discernment' lMay the Lord bless you
as you seek to serve Him in TRUTH!


On February 11. 2006 Mrs. \ rile Smith was treated to a surprise
80th birthday party at the All Hands' Club at Whiting Field. Mrs.
Smith's children threw the party for her to honor her 80th birthday.
Though her birthday is actually February 8th, the party was held on
the 11th to insure all the children could be in attendance. Many of
her closest friends were invited to attend and chose to spend the
evening with her to observe this special occasion in her life.

,Clean Up Day &

Spaghetti dinner is Sunday


The Chuimuckla UMC Kid's
Klub is ha, ing a Clean Up Day
and Spaghetti Lunch Sunday.
March 12 from I to 2 p.m.
Come and join us for a
Spaghetti Lunch following the
church service at 12 p.m. After
the spaghetti lunch the Kids
Klub will be hosting a Clean


Up Day at Chumuckla
Elementary School. Join our
children in their efforts to help
keep our community clean. The
church is located at 9475
Chumuckla. Highway in Jay,
FL. For more information, call
Cat 'at 995'-426 1.


"Love one another with a pure heart fervently."


Relay for Life is a won-
derful way to help in the
fight against cancer in
your community. Because
Relay is a community
gathering rather than an
athletic event, anyone and
everyone can participate.
'Rocky Leber (left) and
Map Adkinson (not pic-
tured) will Co-Chair the
event along with Shirley
Parker (right). Relay


Chair. This year's event is
scheduled, for April 7 & 8
at the Pace High School
Football Stadium. Cancer
survivors will be honored
with a reception at 4:30
p.m. on April 7..The Relay
officially begins \\ hen the
Cancer S'ir\i\ors take the
first lap around the track.
For more information,
contact Shirley Parker 'at
261-8718.


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pastor of HHBC since e 1987. He serves as an International Youth E',, I' t,
the Soulttii1 .Bapisti Convention since 1990 preaching all over / I, ad
Ct, ida Fo .r i 111 i' i'niO.rM .''i about HHC, call 623-8959 or visit bur website @
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Floridatown Baptist to host Craft,
Yard, & Bake Sale .


Floridatown Baptist Church. on
Diamond Street in Pacewill be
hosting its first annual Craft.
,Yard & Bake sale on Saturday,
March 18. 2006,,, from a.m.7
until 5 p:m. Our church is
gro ing and we will be raising
money for a, new' fellowship,.
'hall and we are looking for a
great turn out to make our first
festival a huge success. Space
for 1 table and 2 chairs will be


$20.00. For space reservations
and information please call
Festival Chairman. Dot
Rodgers at 994-8622.


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Tanner & Holland to exchange vows
Ms. Melissa Tanner and Mr.
&. Mrs. Randy Holland are
pleasedto announce the wedding
of Ms. Melinda Danielle Tanner
and Mr. Allen Randall Holland, -t
Jr. ;-
Melinda and Allen are both
former graduates of Central High
School. Melinda is currently
working at Santa Rosa County
FCU while attending school to
obtain an A.A. in Elementary
Education.
Allen is currently employed
with Anderson Columbia. The
couple will pledge their love in
front of friends, family and God
above on April 1, 2006 at 3
o'clock in the afternoon at
Blackwater Baptist Church. After
returning from their honeymoon Ni ',.'
in Key West, FL, the couple will I.-
reside.in Hollandtown. Melissa Tanner and Allen Holland, Ir.


Grubbs celebrate first


Michelle and Wayne Grubbs
celebrated their first anniversary
bN reciting their \o\\s in front of
friends and family on January' 7,
2006 at Olive Baptist Church.
They were married last year in a
ci il ceremony on January 7,
2005 in Norfolk. VA. Mrs.
Grubbs. former\ Michelle
Annene Havens, is the daughter
of Ms. Janis Havens of Pace. FL
and Mr. Charles T. Havens of
.Crest ie\'. FL. Robert Wayne
Grubbs is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Robert M. Grubbs of
Sutherlin, VA.
The ceremony was officiated
by the bride's grandfather, the
Reverend J;E. Hayes of
Jonesborough, TN. Attending
the bride was 'Mrs. Michelle
Bruckmnann, matron of honor, of
Piedmont, SC. Bridesmaids %\ere
Mrs. Tiffadn Havens. sister-mn-
law of the bride ,of Pace. FL and
Mrs. Rebecca Thomas of Pace.
Miss Ta\lor Havens was the
Junior bride and Miss Jordan
Havens was the Flower Girl.
Both are nieces of the bride and
are from Pace.
Bestman. was Mr. Francisco
Cancel of Great Lakes. IL.
Gioomsmen were Mr. William
Bruckmann of Piedmont, SC and
Mr. Chris Hammett 'of Mobile,
AL. Mr. Charles A. Havens,
brother. ,of the bride .was the
.usher,. Junior Groom Master
Blake .Bruckmann and Ring


Bearer, Master Bradley
Bruckmann are brothers and are
from Piedmont, SC. ,
Cousin of the groom, Mrs.

Eva Buck of Mossy. Head, FL
was the soloist at the ceremonN.
The reception follow ing the cer-
emonN -%as held at AsburN Place
on Ninth Avenue in Pensacola.
Mrs.-Grubbs is a graduate of
Pace High School anid graduated
Magna Cum Laude from Troy


anniversary
State University. She is currently
a. loan officer for Citifinancial
Corporation. Mr. Grubbs,. a First
Class Petty Officer. is on active
durt in the United States Na\ y as
a Master of Arms stationed in
Norfolk. VA.
After a honeymoon trip to
Pensacola Beach. and
Washington. DC. the couple.
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Hawk

Tales

by Kaith n Pace
Ten war id Ktiirli\ Pace ii
preparing Hawk. an I.S-nct
old "Goi'lhkdoi pppy 1 it /ia
.igdti dck,.. She's chronicling
Hawk's I,'-rc', for Spotlight
Here, she iailk s ah' i ihe ,illti -
ent people it takes to make the
uiiths dog,progranm work, and
shares some nj Hawk's
progress learning to behave in

Last week I shared about dif-
terent groups of people impor-
tant to the regional SEG DI pro-
gram.
This week I'd like to share
with you what the leaders of the
local Pensacola Group of
SEGDI do to support the pro-
gram.
Our Area Coordinator or AC
is Susan Brewster, of
Pensacola, Fl. Her assistant is
LMar) McKeon, also. of
Pc.n_.o:la.
Ms. Brewster is responsible
for the planning and overall
_organization of the local Pupp
Raiser group and she Serves as
the liaison between the local
.group and the school in
Palmetto. FL.
She ma.es sure the puppies
are learning the correct obedi-
ence coiimmaniis at the right.
time and also that the pupp\
raisers are tenchine the com-
mIli.',- p'opell..x .
Sonm of her other responsi-
bilities are: interviewing local
People interested in becoming
puppy raisers, arranging and
providing transportation of the
puppies from and to the school
for training, and being a
resource person for the group.
Together, these ladies do a
wonderful job of taking care of
the group.
Ms. Sophie Sprague. of Gulf
Breeze. coordinates health and
Veterinary care for the puppies.
If a puppy is having a health
problem, we contact her for
advice as to how to take care of
the problem and she may con-
tact SEGDI to gei appro\ail to
take the pup if., the ve: if need-
ed.
Local et.;s '.olanteer their
time to see the puppies.
Hawk's vet is Dr. Laura Hall, of
East Hill Animal Hospital in
Pensacola.
I.continue to v ork with
Hawk on behaving properly in
public places.
This -week Hawk and I went
to the Lumberjack Festival at
PJC.
I v.aas able to talk v. iith rinun
people about raising a Guide
Dog Pupp. .
He l learning to sit quiet in
Sunday School and church '. ith
me at Milton First Assembly of
God.


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Ho r.s in


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Santa Rosa youth saddle up for


by Sarah Smith
5th grade

Sa'ia/ i5 a liorsec oCwnCi and
rider.
On Saturday\ March 4th,
Dixon PrimarN School and
Black\water Saddle Club hosted
their 4th annual Riders for
Relay.
Rider's For Relay is a speed
event horse show that includes
a lot of fun acti\ ities for kids
and fanuI to enjo.
The day also included a spe-
cial balloon ceremonN in which
if \ou ha\e a friend or lo\ed
one. \o0U ouild go into the
arena and release a balloon
with a card with the person's
name on it.
SI got to ask a few of my
friends arid here is what they
said:
Kristine Ma\eau riding her
horse Roho, (a High School
Student said that she lo\ed the
'a. a that ever thing was set up
for anyone \wbo "was not riding
a horse in the show.
Rachel Freen\ riding her
horse Maggie la sixth grader
said that she sa"\ most of the
kids lined up for pony rides
instead of jumping in a jumper.


cancer


Riders and horse lovers ruined out. Saturday, for Blackwater Saddle Club and Di\on Primar
School's Riders for Rela\ Event (Above left kids scramble for the ribbon tied to the calf's i
Hunter Linga below center) presents the purple ribbon he captured during one round Pole
competition featured single riders above right) as .well as beginners (below right). Mean h
Caroline Toler and Ethan LaTour enjoy the show from saddle-e.e xiew\ atop Rusti.
photos Dtboi,


She e'en said she sa%% my
brother ha% ing fun.
Pavton Ellis la sixth grader
said she had the most fun run-
ning around from game to
game and chasing her friends
and her brother.


Well I would have to sa\ that
eterone "who helped to make
this happen did a great job and
I am proud to sa\ w\e raised
oler 500 dollars for the
American Cancer Societi',


Group honors youth's community service

By JEFF EVERTS r t
Pe ss GaCeue Staff S riter 0 ',


A local high school student
\as recently. honored with a
pres.tigious award for his %work
in the local Nouth community.
Pace High senior Jonathan
Clark 18. w\as awarded the
Eagle of the Cross award b\ the
National Federation for
Catholic Youth Ministrx..
A"I seek to be the best that I
can be and that largely involves
mn work with the church and
m\ keeping the Lord first in my
life." Clark sa\s
Clark, w ha was nominated
b\ his church St. Rose of Lima
in Milton, \was presented with
the award during the recent
Diocese of Pensacola-
Tallahassee Diocesan Youth
Conference in Sandestin.
The Eagle of the Cross is
zgi\en to extraordinary youth


Jonathan Clark accepts the Eagle of the Cross award as Father
Dennis O'Brien (1) and Bishop John Ricard in look on.
%who selflessly serve their peers Lima Youth Director Cr.
and youth ministry with unta- Martinez.
\ering commitment and dedica- Clark is the son of J
tion. who best exemplifies and Sandy Clark of Milton.
apostolic mission. Christian He is not onl\ acti'
leadership., and moral integrity serving the southh of his I
"We are proud to ha'e such parish but also in the Dioc
a fine young man involved in as well as being a member
our parish and our Life Teen his church's Pastoral Counc
Program," said St. Rose of


stal

ohn

e in
ocal
ese.
r of
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BE INTERNET SAFE!!


She thinks
h she's'
talking to...
9 *


You never know who
you're 'really. talking to in
Internet chatrooms and sites
like MySpace.com. The follow-
ing tips help prevent unwanted
contacts.
*Don't give out personal
information like your name.
age, address, phone number.
parent's name, brother's or sis-


...but she's
really talking to...


ter's name. or school name.
'Don't answer mean.
offensive, threatening or
unwanted e-mail or instant
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*Choose a screen name
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bo\ or a girl. or \our age
*Don't share \our pass-
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Fair logo design contest


Beginning February 1st'
the Santa Rosa County Fair will
start accepting entries for a new
logo. After 14 years of using
the logo of three tent tops to
represent the fair, they are look-
ing for new ideas. The contest
is open to everyone and there is
no limit to the number of entries
one person can enter. The win-
ner will be recognized at the
ribbon cutting of this year's fair
on April 4th. They will receive


Upcoming Events

This Saturda. and Sunda\.
R er. al, Arts Festival.
Milton. kids" art and actim cities.
Coast Guard exhibit. music.
food, more. Opens Sat: 10 a.m..
Sun: 11 a.m.
Seagrass Aw.areness


$100, a family pack of four
admission tickets and ride arm-
bands.
Entries must be received
by March 15th at Santa Rosa
County Fair, P.O. Box 884,
Milton, Florida, 32572. For an
entry form and contest guide-
lines, visit the fair's website or.
call 850-623-6115.
The website is at:
http://www.santarosacounty-
fair.org.


Celebration: March 24.
Shoreline Park South. Gulf
Breeze. 10 a.m. to 3. Hands on
learning about marine
resources.. Seining. dip-netting.
casting, more.
Santa Rosa Counti Fair: April
4 to 9 East Milton Recreational
Park


parent, not even wour best
friend.
'Change sour password
etern couple of weeks.
'Remember. people online
may or ma\ not be w ho they
say the\ are.
'NEVER meet \with
Internet friends %without \our
parent's know ledge.


by: Taylor Johannes
age 9
On Saturday. Marc
pie gathered at the C
Recreation Complex
Riders for Rela\ e'en


fundraiser

money for the American
"- Cancer Society.
There were games; fun hous-.
es and pony rides for the kids.
There was a cereinor\ to
honor surmiors of cancer and
people %\ho ha\e passed a"%a
from cancer. Balloons were
released into the air.
Horses and nders from all
over came to ride in, timed
eents such as pole bending
and barrel racimln.
Fourteen- ear-old Sidney
Ellis. whohas been riding hors-
es for seen years, came to the
event to help raise money.
Sidney lives in Pace and is a
53 n member ;of. the Blackwater
^^; "' Saddle Club.
,l.1 This ear she rode her horse
S''12" Freckles and her favorite event
is the barrel race.
Y D.W. Davis from Opp,
tail. Alabama \ajs a first time par-
bending ticipait tr Riders for Relay.
ile. Left) Although she doesn't know
anN one \who has cancer she
Nelson chose to come to this e\ent to
help raise money for the,
Cancer Societi\.
h 4. peo- She is a very, experienced
humuckla barrel racer and has been riding
horses for mtentl-fiie \ears!
for the Her horse, KeKe, seemed, to
it to raise enjo\ the sunn. da\ as well


Writer's Guild


Breaking Free: The Story
of Robin Darewood
By Bryan Shy. 8

Brvan is a big football
fan, savs his teacher. CindY'
Walker.
Place: Goldenrod.
Flonda
Setting: Rockville High
School (RHS)
Robin's friends are J.D.
Dunhingham and Isaiah
Samuel. This is a store, about a
championship football game
in 1997.
One day Robin
Darewood was walking in his
school hallway %with J.D.
Dunningham and Isaiah
Samuel.
Robin %\as the Captain of
RHS Eagles. The team was
10-0.
They were about to play
the Fairway High School
Cougars. They expected the
team to gile them a good
game.
The Cougars were ranked
8 in the polls and had an
excellent team.
Their hard work paid off
and they \were \ ictonous once
again.
The final score %\as RHS
58 and Fairway High 14.
After another game
against a really good team.
time started to fl\.
The Eagles were nowt 12-
0.
It was time to play the
Calvar) High Vikings in the
State finals.
The mean Vikin2s team
had been National Champs for


three years running.
This season w\as a stir-
pnse for Robin because this
was his frst time being on a
\arsi\ football team.
So he \went to coach Rix
and said.
"Coach. I don't think I
can do it this year"
The coach knew he \ as
nervous so he told him that the
team needs him.
The coach believed that
Robin had the talent and the
toughness to make a differ-
ence in the game.
So Robin thought about
what the coach said to him
and he decided he Nwould give
the team his all.
He went back to his coach
and he told him thanks.
On the da\ of the big
game the team '\as pumped
up and read\ to go.
The\ \went out onto the
tield and the crowd went 'w ild
The game \as tough and
Robin didn't know what \\as
going to happen.
At the end of the game it
\ as the 2d dow n, RHS had the
ball at the thtrd ard line, 07
yardss to go.
Robin threwv a pass to
J.D. ...caught it...5.4.3.2.1 -
touchdown Eagles!
The crowd \ent wild.
Final score Rock-ille
High (i/Cal\arn 28
Now Robin would ha'e
the reputation of being one of
the best hich school football
players in the nation
He and his buddies would
no%\ know what it felt like to
be the State Champions!


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Macy Rosa pats a baby King
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the weekend Visitors learned about hoiets. the pce.ople h, '.. ork
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Sports


Pace Chamber Golf
Scrambleat the Moors
The Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce will hold its 7th annu-
al golf tournament at the Moors
Golf Resort in Milton on April 7.
Registrations for four-man
teams and sponsorship opportu-
nities are available.
For more information con--
tact the Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce offices at 994-9633.

Bass tourney to help
Sacred Heart children
Sacred Heart Health
Systems will hold its 10th Annual
Log-A-Load for Kids Bass
Fishing Tournament on the
E.scambia River May 13.
More than $15,000 was
rased from this.event last year to
benefit children in need at Sacred
SHeart Children's Hospital.
Which is offering more than
$12,000 in cgsh and prizes, there,
-Will be a live auction and silent
auction held during the day.
The tournament will be held
at the Swamphouse Marina and
Landing on the Escambia River..
Interested parties may pre-
r registerr at Northwest Florida,
Marine on Highway 29 or on the
.day of the tournament at
- ,,Swamphouse Marina.
Pace Rotary Club to host
golf tourney at the Moors:
The seventh annual Pace
Rotary Club Golf Tournament will
be held March 24 at the Moors
Golf Club.
Registration for the four-
Splayer teams will begin.at 11 a.m.
with a noon shotgun start.
Your $280 team registration
fee includes cart and green fees,
range balls one hour prior to
start,, and all beverages, hole in
one prizes, and door prizes.
Along with a dinner after the tour-
nament.
Registration deadline is
'March 20th. The Pace Rotary,
Club is also looking for sponsors,
for this event.
For more information con-
tact 232-0891, 450-1921, or 255-
9795.

Skateland hockey sign
-ups are underway
Sign-ups for Skateland's
youth and adult roller hockey
leagues are going on until April
29.
The youth league is for play-
e rs 5 to 16 and the adult league is
for 17 and older.
All skill levels are welcome.
This league will run from
May until June.
a For more information you
'an visit
Www.skatelandmilton.com or call
Skateland at 623-9415.

Santa Rosa United Way
to hold fishing tourney
United Way of Santa Rosa
County will be holding its first
Sever bass fishing tournament on
.May 20 at River Run Marina.
Currently the United Way of
Santa Rosa County is seeking
sponsors for this year's event.
If you are interested in being
a sponsor of the United Way of
Santa Rosa County's inaugural
bass fishing tournament please
contact the United Way offices in
.Milton at 850-623-4507.
There are four different lev-
els of sponsorship opportunities
that are available with a variety of
opportunities for fishing groups
and area business organizations
to participate.

Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Inv. is March 28
The Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association will be holding their
Ladies Invitational Golf
S.Tournament on March 28 at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
This two person scramble
will begin with a shotgun start at
9 a.m. and is limited to the first 48
paid teams.
Entry fee for the tournament
is $50 per player and includes a
complimentary practice round
along with the awards presenta-
tion and luncheon -following the
tournament.
Deadline to enter is March
22, and all players must have an
established U.S.G.A. Handicap
and be at least 18 years old.


Panthers"


O Game tying shot would 't stay down in
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54-51


loss


(Above) Milton Head Coach Tim Short and the Milton Panthers take possession of the 4A Runner-up trophy during a pep assembly held at
the high school on Monday. (Below) Robert Carson's reaction tells it all as the Milton Panthers were one win away from achieving all four
goals they started the season with.
Photos by Bill Gamblin and Lakeland Studio


By MARK BLLUMENTHAL
PG Sports Correspondent
LAKELAND One failed
3-point field goal attempt kept
Milton High School from con-
tinuing its quest as a state boys
.basketball champion Saturday.
And no one was more
relieved about that then
Sarasota Booker coach Derrick
Kirce. \\as moments after the
Tornadoes survived Adam
Allen's 3-pointer that %went in
and out to capture the 4A state
title ith a 54-51 victoryy at the
Lakeland Center.
"I just said. 'God get me
out of this one.'" said Kirce.
whose team nearly blew a
seten-point lead w\ith 25.1 sec-
onds left in the game when he
took his starters out and put his.
second-line players in just so
they would d hate the experience
of playing in a state champi-
onship.
"'He must have been listen-
ing because He knew my inten-
tions were good uin playing the
substitutes ." Kirce added. "I
probably wouldn't hate been
on that bus going back to


Sarasota (if the team lost ."
"I was a little surprised he
took his starters out %with 25
seconds left," said Panthers
coach Tim Short, whose team
finished 27-6 and fell short of
capturing Santa Rosa's first
state boys championship since
the now-defunct Chumuckla
won the 1941 state Class B
championship. "Believe me,
I've seen my share of miracle
championships and we almost
had one here."
"It's something I won't for-
get the rest of mn life." Millar
said. "I just wishh we would'\e
%won it all."
Fighting back from a 28-22
deficit early' in the third quarter
and going on an 1-0 run to
take a 39-30 lead by die end of
the third quarter, the Tornadoes
130-3) seemed to have tings in
control \then Kirce took all bur
starter and tournament Most
Valuable Player Eruel Poly nice
out ahead 54-47 with 25.1 sec-
onds left.
The Panthers cut into the
lead when senior guard Jeremv
See. MILTON. Pg. 3B


Lady Royals notch


first win of season


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
Jay got their first win of
the season and did so in a big
way as they traveled north to
Brewton, Ala., on Friday;
The Lady Royals handled
W.S. Neal 18-0 in just three
innings as they improved to 1-
2 on the season.
Joy Gandy got he start and
gave up two hits while striking
out seven for the win.
At the plate Jay pounded
out 12 hits and took advantage
of six Neal errors.
Candace Gillman and
Amber Steadman both went 2-
for-3 on the day.
Gillman had a home run,
double, scored three runs and
drove in three, while
Steadman scored and drove in
a run with two singles on the
day.
Krista Autrey scored three
runs and had three runs batted
in as she went 2-for-2.on the
day and Amy Emmett drove in
three runs ad went 1-for-3 in
the win.
In tennis on Thursday Pace
defeated Milton 5-2 in boys
action, while the Lady Patriots
blanked the Lady Panthers 7-
0.


On the boy's side Pace's
Steven Grimm defeated James
Thomson 6-3, 6-2; Brad
Corporon defeated Justin Ellis
6-1, 6-3; Jason Christopher.
defeated Jamal Patters 6-1, 6-
2; and Tyler Daughtery defeat-
ed Aaron Carver 6-3, 6-1.
Milton's win in singles
play came when Jai Gupta
defeated Sean Cassell 7-5, 6-3.
In doubles play Milton and
Pace split the two matches
with the Panthers duo of
Thomson and Gupta defeating
Grimm and Cassell 9-8, while
Corporon and Christoper
defeated Milton's Ellis. and
Patterson 8-5.
For the girl's Chris Farmer
defeated Ashley Evers 6-0, 6-
0; Kasey Kessler defeated
Azul Osmar 3-6, 7-5, 10-5;
Caitlyn Riggs defeated Lauren
Bailey 6-7, 6-0, 10-8; Kayla
Metty defeated Ashley
Blackman 6-0, 6-0; and
Morgan Roberts defeated
Cassey Whitine 6-2, 6-1 in sin-
gles action.
In doubles play Farmer
and Riggs defeated Evers and
Bailey 8-0, and Kessler and
Metty defeated Bradberry and
Blackman 8-0.
sports@srpressgazette.com


2006 Lumberjack
Champion Overall
1. Jack Boatner
2. Jimmie Ates &
Chuck Ridings itie)
3. Brian Shumann

Dendrology:
Brian Schumann

Log Roll:
Brian Schumann &
Peter Weseman

Pulpwood Toss:
Jack Boatner

Pole Felling:
Charles Ridings

Compass & Pacing:
James Furman

DBH Estimation:
Jimm\ Ates

Knife Throw:
Chuck Ridings

Axe Throw:
\\illiam johanson

Women's Cross Cut:
Anthea Amos & Carrie NlcNac

Men's Cross Cut:
Dann\ Bre\\er & Don Crandall

Jack & Jill Cross Cut:
Jimmie Ates & Kami Ates

Bow Sawing:
Jack Boatner


' Panthers are

proud offinish
By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
The Milton Panthers have
had a chance to reflect back on
their trip to Lakeland and being
the first team in the schools' 90
plus year history to make it to
the championship game in bas-
ketball.
But despite the disappoint-
ment, each member of the
squad brought something back,
with them from Lakeland than
no one, not even Sarasota
Booker can take away.
""It was an all around good
experience to me," said senior
Robert Carson. "Except for los-
ing that is.
"'But the biggest thing to me.
is that the team really came
together on the trip."
Fellow senior. Jeremy
Miller shared a' similar feeling
when he looked back at the
state finals.
"This '%as an experience I
% ill never forget." said Millar:
"I got to knoi m\ teammates a
lot better.
"It \aas just an all'around
aw esorme experience."
While seniors such as
Carson. Millar. Chris
Duckx\\orth and others \ ill ha\ e
these memories to look back
on, the hunger is growing for
the underclassmen.
Adam Allen and Terrance
Mitchell \\ere named to the 4A
All-Tourney Team, but that
doesn't satisfy their desire to
win.
"Looking Fa' TFkJas a-
great experience and I feel good
about %\ hat e did. but I am dis-
appointed we didn't \\in." said
Allen. "To get that far is a great
experience.
"I can sa) that I am happ),
but not satisfied., ust happy."
For Mitchell he feels the
Panthers can \ in it next year if
the) get back to the final four.
"*It [as a good experience
for us." said Mitchell. "It would d
be a bust next year if %e don't
get back.
"I think if %e get there next
year %\e can %\in it."
Milton Head Coach Tim
Short \has 'er\ pleased, but he
knows the goals here there and *
See, FEELINGS, Pg. 3B


Jack Boatner, the 2006 PJC Lumbejack Festival Overall
Champion, studies the piece of pulpwood prior to his win-
ning throw of 25 feet on Saturday. Boatner also won the bow
sawing, and placed in the top three of several other events.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Heartbreak











Wednesday, March 8, 2006;


Sports


By BILL GAMBLING
PG Sports Editor
March is just a few days old
and the madness associated
with this month started with
Milton invading Lakeland.
Sportswriters around the
state .quickly learned what I
have known since moving to
Santa Rosa County and that is
we know how to play basketball
here as well as football.
But Milton's charge, for the
4A State Title should only wet
your. appetite for the 65 teams
that will go dancing just over a
week from now in the NCAA
Tournament.
As I put the sports page to
rest nine teams have punched
their ticket for the tournament
Gonzaga (West Coast),
Belmont (Atlantic Sun).
Winthrop (Big South), UNC-
Wilmington (Colonial), Penn
(Ivy), lona (MAAC), Southern
Illinois .(Missouri Valley),


Murray State (Ohio Valley), and
Davidson (Southern).
The question most are pon-
dering is .how many will be
selected from the Southeastern,
Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Big 12,
and Big East conferences, and
will the Missouri Valley flood
the brackets with competitive
nmid-majors..
By Sunday we will all
know where Florida will be
playing, if Alabama and Florida
State make the dance, and if
Bruce Pearl will get to test our
television screens with his
hunter orange sports coat.
While we all rooted for our
favorite -teams several Press,
Gazette readers tried to put
together a better bracket than
:me for a nice cash prize.
Well this ear %k e are doing
things a little different.
On Monday get \our brack-
ets ready and fill them out for
your chance to be the. Press


Bil's

j Locker

Gazette NCAA Bracket Buster.
I am putting the final touch-
es on this year's prize, but I can
guarantee you that it will defi-
,nitely be \ orthi the effort you
put forth in mulling over -who
sour pick is to claim the NCAA
National Title.
So once that .bracket is
completely :filled out make you
a cop and drop the original by


March Madness


here!


the Press Gazette office by 10
a.m. Thursday.
The play-in game is noth-
ing more than a waste of our
time, until they upset the num-
ber one seed of the tournament.
And make sure you put
your name and phone number
on your sheet as well as the
final score of the championship
.game.
The entrant with the most
correct picks in, the tournament
will win the prize, -%hich I hope
to be able to announce in
Saturday's edition of the Press
'Gazette.
So start studying and get
ready to see which h Press
Gazette reader knows their col-
lege basketball.
And good luck and get
started on that "bracket earl\.
any bracket received after, the
deadline or postmarked after
March 15 x% ill be no good.
Story written by
Bill Ganblin. Reach him
at sports srpresseazette.com


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Undefeated Champs

Pictured are teh third arid fourth grade champions of the Milton Recreational League who finished
the year undefeated with a record of 10-0. Front row from left to right are trainer Michaela Epps,
Steth Gelb, Christopher Snyder, and Brady Snyder. Middle row from left to right are Shaylin Parker,-
Ethan Williams, Marcel Tucker, Joshua Vihnanek, and Lucas Erhardt. Standing on the back row from
left to right are coaches David Gelb, Alonzo Samuel, and Sean Snyder.
Submitted photo



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Youth Winter League
Oops Alley
March 4, 2006


High Game Women: Courtney
Sims 151
High Game Men: John Rigby -
189
High Game Team: Twisters 893
High Series Women: Courtney


Sims'- 378
High Series Men: John Rigby.-
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High Series Team: Twisters -
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Belinda Pitt and her horse Rex participate in theTexas pole weave"
during Saturday's Rider's for a Cure held at the Chumuckla Horse
Park. This event helped raise funds for the S.S. Dixon Primary
School's Relay for Life Team.
Press Gazette photo by Deborah Nelson


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Sports


A year and a half ago a group of women formed their own bowling league, the Alley Cats, and now they are leading the local charge for the
-Bowl for the Cure on April 2 at Oops Alley, where the net proceeds will go to help the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
:iscussiong what is going on during league play are the Bowling Chicks (from left to right) Sharon Wolfe, Laurie Smith, and Fran Gordon.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin





The Bowl ing Ch icks
6 .


'By BILL GAMNBLIN'
"PG Sports Editor
About 18 months ago a
:group of women got together
'and formed their own bowling
.league, the Alley Cats..
Bowling leagues are noth-:
Sing new to Santa.Rosa County,
'which features three bowling
establishmentss counting the one
at. NAS Whiting Field, but this
S \as an all-female league.
In the beginning there were
six teams of two, but now there
'are eight teams of 'three and
-who knows how popular this
:league will be..
"This -is a very special
group of "\omen.'" -id Brenda
Gille,. who is the league secre-
tars and treasurer. "We have a
lot of fun and I find myself
:looking forwards to Monday's a
lot more notl."
She isn't the only bowler
looking forward to Monday's in
this league, but they are also
focusing on April 2, when Oops
Alley will host the Bowl for the
Cure.
- This is a fundraiser with the
Snet proceeds going to the Susan
G'. Komen Breast Cancer
'Foundation and will feature
four member teams.
Teams will bowl at noon or
.at 3 p.m., but the amazing thing
is the Alley Cats are already
'way ahead on fundraising.
"This will be our second
time participating and hosting
.the event," said Gilley. "But as a
league we have taken a special
interest with each woman who
bowls a strike during .league
play has to add a dime to the
collection.
"And if you bowl a turkey
S (three consecutive strikes) then
yobu have to put in a quarter."
.Of all the women who
*proudly add their dimes to the
',collection, which is now
,.approaching $300, Jane
:Madden is excited to be
'involved with not only the
'league, but the Bowl for the
'Cure cause as well.
Jane, who is a breast cancer


Milton

Continued From Page One
Millar (15 points) was fouled
and hit both free throws with
16.5 seconds left. The
Tornadoes then had trouble get-
ting the ball inbounds and had it
taken away from them. Millar
misfired on a 3-point attempt,
but Allen, who finished with a'
game-high 23 points and 12
rebounds, tapped the rebound
back in with 5.3 seconds left.
Kirce put All-State standout
Gary Clark in the game to help
out; but the ball was inbounded
to seldom-used Chris Dell, who
was fouled with 3.0 seconds
left. Dell air-balled his first free
throw, then bricked his second
attempt. Terrance Mitchell
brought the rebound down and
called timeout with 2.3 seconds
to go.
SIn a play reminiscent to
Christian Laetner's gamne-%w in-
ning basket to lift Duke past
Kentucky in the 1992 NCAA
East Regional championship,
guard Jeremy Tolbert fired the
ball to Allen, who caught the
ball in front of the 3-point line.,
Allen shook off the one defend-
er and had a good look at the
final shot.
The shot, though, bounced
in and put as the buzzer sound-
ed. Allen collapsed to the floor
in despair. Booker play ers joy-
ously celebrated with. one
another.,
"(The shot i felt so good;"
the 6-foot-6 junior said. "I felt
my stroke was good."
"I couldn't ha\e been more
prouder of a group of young
men than these guys," Short
said. "Nobody thought we'd
even get out of our own district.
We just fought. I give the kids a
lot of credit."
With Allen scoring 15
points, the Panthers took a 26-
22 lead at halftime on back-to-
back layups by Mitchell and
.Millar in the final 31 seconds to


break the 22-all tie. The
Panthers made it 28-22 on two
free throws by Allen 42 seconds
into the third quarter.
But the Tornadoes, who
were ranked second in the final
Florida Sports Writers
Association 2A state poll,
scored the next six points to tie
the game. A basket by .Millar
:gave the Panthers a 30-28 lead
with 4; 11 to go in the period.
It would be their last lead.
Booker switched defenders
and had the 6-5 Tolbert guard 5-
10 Tolbert when he crossed the
mid-court line. This caused
problems for Tolbert and led to
turnovers. Clark hit a jumper to
tie it at 30, then back-to-back 3-
pointers by Marcus Black (10
points) and Polynice and a
layup off another steal, this one
by Polynice, (22 points), 'gave
the Tornadoes a 38-30 lead.
Down nine to start the final
quarter, Millar hit the Panthers'
lone 3-point field goal of the
game (they were 1-for-19 from
3-point range), then scored on a
putback to make. it 39-35.
With 3:03 to go, the
Panthers cut the lead to two
points at 44-42 when Tolbert hit
one of0two free-throw attempts,
but it was Polynice to the rescue
with two consecutive 3-point
field goals, the second of which
bounced off the rim, off the top
of the backboard and through
the hoop with 1:57 left to make
it 50-42.
"To get here, you need to be
good, but you also need some
luck," 'Short said. "And they
were lucky on that shot."
'Tolbert hit a layup -.his
only basket of the game in 11
attempts to cut the lead to 50-
44 with 1:41 to go. But
Polynice hit Marquis Robinson
(11 points) with a perfect pass
on the rN and Robinson dunked
it home to make it an eight-
point lead.


Jane Madden is seen using a rack, which allows her to bowl on the Monday morning women's league at
Oops Alley and will also allow her to bowl in April 2nd's Blowl for the Cure. Madden, a breast cancer
survivor who has been in remission since 1997, looks forward to bowling in the league because she is a
participant instead of a spectator.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


survivor, was just a spectator
until she learned about the
Monday morning league.
"Oh it is great to be
involved in the league," said
Madden, who bowls with the
aid of a rack. "I am also excited
about getting out-and helping
collect donations.
"All of it is a lot of fun for
me."
Madden didn't participate
in a lot ofe activities due to her
physical limitations, but now
she is working to raise her aver-
age by leaps and bounds.
Currently she carries a 99
average, but on Monday she
bowled a high game of 132.
"I was always able to watch
people bowl," recalled Madden.
"But when Brenda told me


about the racks wanted to give
it a try because I'didn't know
about them."
But it wasn't easy for her in
the beginning as she was self
conscious of her wheelchair.
"At first I was nervous and
didn't like people watching
me," admitted Madden. "But
now I am having fun and it is
something I look forward to."
Madden, has been in remis-
sion for the nearly 10 years, is
not only bowling on the
Monday league, but is also a
substitute in other leagues.
For more information on
the Bowl for the Cure you can
contact Brenda Gilley at 623-
6807 or Lisa Beeksma at 291-
9216.
sports @srpressgazette.com


Jeremey Tolbert is seen trying to deal with the Booker defensein
Saturday's final in Lakeland.


Feelings

Continued From Page One
set high for a reason.
"There were 110 teams in
Class 4A wishing that they
were playing Saturday night,"
said Short. "We were one game
away from reaching all our
goals, but we every team loses


their last game except for one.
"This was a great experi-
ence for the community and
school."
The key for the Panthers is
simple according to Short.
"It is not where you start,
but where you finish."


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'NOW HIRING
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ADVERTISING
COMPANY NEEDS
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Sales Managers lor
Restaurant placed
display ads. Up to
50c, commission
car & cell phone al-
lowance Telenmar-
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GROWER/ NURS-
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Pay'salary hir to ex-
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104
General Help
CHILDCARE
FUNDRAISING
Director Nlalional
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seeking ernergetic
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Irorr your locanii,-n to
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104
General Help
HIRING- PANHAN.
DLE Concrete Cut-
ting, Inc. Laborers-
no experience nec-
essary. Will train.
Good pay and bene-
fits. Call 850-572-
9749.
IMMEDIATE OPEN-
ING bldg boat trail-
ers hand tool experi-
e, nce a plus medical
and dental ins drug
screen apply at
4360 Floridatown
S. Rd. Pace, Fl.
S LOCAL CHURCH
seeking nursery
S Worker for Wednes-
day night and Sun-
day morning serv-
ices. Approximately
6-8 hours per week.
Call 623-6683 for
more information.
LOVING
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS
wanted. Apply at
Tender Heart Learn-
ing Center at Avalon
Baptist Church. Call
for more info or
apply in person.
626-0117
NIXON'S CLOTH-
ING store- P/T Sales
Associate, retail ex-
perience required.
Apply at 5061 Dog-
wood, Milton.
NOW HIRING 2006
AVERAGE POSTAL
EMPLOYEE EARNS
.- $57,000/yr.
Minimum starting
pay $18.00/hr.
Benefits / paid train-
ing and vacations
No experience
needed
Call: (800) 584-1775
Ref#5600'

NOW HIRING Cash-
ier for Bailey's Pen-
ny Pantry 3840 Hwy
90 Pace 994-7801
NOW HIRING! Floor
Tech for Milton area.
Full. time evening,
-"- shift Mon-Fri Experi-
ence in striping and
waxihg a plus. Call
,. for more info 850-
S; 983-5262
PAINTER NEEDED.
Paying $12 to
$14/hr. Please call
at 995-4658
PART-TIME AT
public accounting
firm in Pace. Srihould
S'' have public account-
i 'ing experience. Tax
Knowledge. Pay de-
pends on experi-
ence. Send resume
to: BOOKEEPER,
-4430 HWY. 9.0,
SUITE H, PACE, FL
32571 or Fax Re-
sume to 995-8849
PUBLISHER'S
NOTICE
Milton Newspapers,
Inc. (dba The Santa
Rosa. Press' Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
Free Press) re-
serves the right to
;. censor, reclassify,
revise, edit or reject
any advertisement
not meeting its
r standards of accept-
ance. Submission of
an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement to
publish said adver-
tisement. Publication
of an advertisement
does not constitute
an agreement for
-continued publica-
, "" tion.


104
General Help
- PARTS AND Serv-
ice Coordinator
needed for Tom
Johnson Camping
. Center at our Con-
cord, NC Dealer-
ship. Computer ex-
perience helpful,
work well with other
employees and able
.to work with'the pub-
I lic:. Benefits are in-
cluded.

Experienced RV
Technician. RV
Dealership in the
heart of Race Coun-
. try needs experi-
enced RV Techs.
Great benefits. Pay
based on experi-
ence. Hourly shop.,
r Please fax resume
to: .(704)455-1439.
No phone calls
please..
.SANDY RIDGE
Care Center. Now
hiring C.N.A.s
w/Sign-on Bonus.
Inquire within 5360
Glover Lane, Milton,.
FL, 32570. EoE
Drug-Free Work-
place
STYLIST NEEDED
at Cassandra's
.Designs. No
clientele needed
Call: 529-4590 or
995-8015 .
TEAM SANTA Rosa
EDC Agribusiness
Manager
Team Santa Rosa is
seeking an Agribusi.
ness Manager to
represent TEAM in
its role as Santa Ro-
sa Country's eco-
nomic development
partner for agribusi-
ness: .affairs. 30
hr/wk, 30k/yr, some
benefits. Visit
www.teamsantaro-
sa.com lor lull posi-
tion description and
how to apply.
WANTED HANDY-
MAN No experience
necessary.
626-8973
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
OUIZNO'S SUBS
in Milton NOW HIR-
ING' Mus i be able 10.o
work any shih. LO-
cated or, Hwy 87. 1-
10 exit 31 Call for
directions if needed:
626-4646 Serious
inquiries only!
110
Labor
LANDSCAPE
LABORERS need-
ed. Joiner's Inc.
Call: 994-4419 or
554-7827
PAINTER NEEDED
Paying $12 -$14 hr.
Please call:
995-4658


WANTED TO hire.
Full or part time gen-
eral labor, welders,
carpenters person
with mechanical
skills, for shop re-
building of several
semi trailers into
concert stages &
mobile offices. Call
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116
Office Work
PHYSICAL
THERAPY CLINIC
full time front desk
receptionist. Person-
able & organized.
Must have experi-
ence. Contact:
Denise Hussmann
at: 476-4774
118
Part Time,

WOODBINE
BAPTIST CHURCH
accepting applica-
tions for part-time
Music Minister..
Please send
resume to:
4912 Woodbine
Rd., Pace, FL
32571 or call
994-6169
for more info.


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

LIBERTY
NATIONAL
Life Insurance Co
Is expanding its
operation and is&
looking for people
to fill insurance
sales & service
positions. Average
annual earnings
$48,554. Fringe
benerit package"
2 retirement funds,
health insurance.
paid vacation,
convention trips &
many others.
No experience
necessary. We
havt on the lob
Training. Coniact
Don Wiggins at:
983-7576 or
-Fax
resume to.
850-682-1523
Liberty National
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Skills/Trade.
EXPERIENCED
SEPTIC TANK
WORKER
needed. Mon-Sai
Pay based on
experience
Call: 994-3206



305
Auto
CATS CARS Auto
Repair specializing
,in electrical work,
lights, switches, al-
ternators, window
-motors & regulators,
etc. Call Perry @
686-0061 for appt.
310
Business
Opportunities
#1 CORPORATE
Sports.Apparel
Franchise. Full
Training and Sup-
port. No Exp. Need-
ed. Financing avail.
Call (800)727-6720.
www.EmbroidMe corn
BRAND NAME So-
da/Candy Route
Earn BIG $$. $0
down financing
(800)367-6709
x3177 (24/7)
BO#2510


310
Business
Opportunities
INTERNATIONAL
INVESTMENT bank-
ing firm has middle
market business for
sale. If interested in
buying or selling a
business, call
(877)217-8231.

315
Business Services
ACCIDENT IN-
JURED All Personal
Injury *WRONGFUL
DEATH .*AUTO.
*MOTORCYCLE
*TRUCK. *PREM-
ISE. PRODUCT "AN-
IMAL BITES *SLIP
AND FALL *PEDES-
TRIAN A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Service
(800)733-5342 24
Hours.
ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING Dirt
Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt,
Brown Dirt, .Lime-
stone, Driveways,-
Culverts. Mobile
Homes PADS. Call
for price. (850) 623-
3461 (850) 232-
0670. Free Esti-
mates!
ARRESTED? ALL
Criminal Defense,
Felonies...Misde-
meanors, State or
Federal Charges,
Parole...Probation,
DUI...Traffic Tickels.
Bond Reduction
PRIVATE ATTOR-
NEYS STATEWIDE
24 HOURS A-A-A'
ATTORNEY. RE-
FERRAL SERVICE
(800)733-5342.
ARTIE KELLER-
STUCCO. Licensed
'and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-,
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
BORDER TO. Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing, installed
and, repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy-
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free. Es-
limates. 485-2532 -
CALL ME for all
your mortgage
" needs. "Even if your
credit isn't perfect"
Purchase, ReFi,
100% Loans, No In-
come Verification.
Easy... Fast... De-
pendable. Bill Tim-
bie 850-380-0220
General Mortgage.
Consultants, Inc
2160 Creighton Rd.
Pensacola, FL,
32504. www.billtim-
bie.com 850-479-
1665 fax 850-479-
1908
CCS LAND clearing
- Demolition Drive-
ways Dirt Ponds -
Lakes Competitive
Rates 850-994-0744
LAND CLEARING &
DOZER/TRACTOR
WORK Specializing'
in culvert, installa-
tion, driveways, lev-
eling, root raking,
bushogging & disk-
ing. Equipment and
material transport
available. By the job
or hour. Call Billy
Rogers for estimates
957-4952 or 261-
8407


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Bellehaven
Chadwick
Straiford
Norwood
May fair
Diplomat
Hampton
Gemini
Inglewood
Ambassador
York
Oxford
Lexington
Lexington 4 BR
Pinebrook (Signature Series
Fleetwood
Kingston (Signature Series)
Executive
Regency (Signature Series)
2 Bedroom Duplex
3 Bedroom Duplex


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S AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
Eq-H... ,gOp ,,I.y 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. 477-7880
FL. Lie. #CRco44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


aths Sq. Ft. Price
1 1040 67,800
2 1149 70,600
2 1257 78,100
2 1341 83,000
2 1418 83,900
2 1510 86,800
2 1525 87,600
2 1579 90,600
2 1586 98,100
2 1610 91,200
2 1622 95,000
2 1713 97,300
2 1812 101,300
2 1812 101,700
s)2 1833 116,600
2 1949 108,400
2 2129 131,300
2 1/2 2215 126,300
3 2495 155,000
Q(I each unit) 1740 117,600
4 (2 each unit) 2062 135,800


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315
Business Services
D&D REMODELING
INC. General Con-
tractor All Types
'Home Maintenance;
Roofs to Floors,
Renovations, Decks,
Tile, Plumbing, Etc.
Evictions, Move-
Outs, Construction
Cleaning, Pressure
Washing, Painting,
Tree work, & Etc.
Locally owned.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Lic.44710-0037952
CELL#261-1173
CELL#261-3598


DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-_
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DAY BY Day Quality
.Fencing. Competi-.
tive pricing for all of
your fencing needs.
Locally licensed.
owned and operat-
ed. We look forward
to your call. New
fencing or repairs.
Call 850-529-3546.
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos, olfi-
ces Call 384-2388
DIVORCE $275-
$350'COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
'Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-7pm)
Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing.`. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured Bryen Bal-
lard, (850)994-5740
or t850)232-1581
G&E LANDSCAP-
ING AND TREE,
SERVICES
Free -esiimales,
credits" card Ok.
Grading-, mulching,
weeding, trimming,
new beds, old beds
redone, clean ups,
clearing stump
grinding, tree remov-.
al. 850-529-5650

HANDYMAN
CARPENTRY,
painter, plumber,
and lawn care.
Free Estimates,
reasonable rates
S623-8271

HORSE OWNERS:
Let a teenager
volunteer to groom
your norsei
Call: 623-1440


315
Business Services

HOUSE
CLEANING
"I'M AN ACE"
When It Comes
To Cleaning
Your Home!
Pace -Milton Area
Please call Pat at:
623-0854

JOINER DUMP
truck and tractor.
Bobcat and tractor
work. Driveways,
culvens. light land
cleaning. Site prep
and clean up. Fill
dirt, brown dirt and
limerock hauling.
Michael Porter
(850)983-9888.
Tony Joiner
(850)573-0669
LOCAL HOME Re-
.pair. -Paint, drywall,,
trim & tile. Fence re-
pair & installation.
10, years experi-
ence. Contact Paul
McMullen 850-723-
9767.

MARTIN'S
COMPLETED
TREE & Stump


Removal. Mobile
Licensed & Insured
(850) 417-3085








MAYBE. YOU can
do it yourself, but
will you? Dave Kop-
pin Home Improve-
menL. Inc. Specializ-
ing in Insurance esti-
mates, Small Home
Improvement Proj-
ects & Maintenance.
(850) 626-6944.

MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
'Patios
*Walks
"Driveways
Free estimates.
no'job too small.
Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897. -


315
Business Services

MILTON GARDEN
Club Center
5256 Alabama St.
Historic District
Downtown Milton

Beautiful building &
surrounding
grounds provide an
ideal setting for
your celebration.
Rental available for
meetings, wedding
receptions, anniver-
saries, birthday
parties, etc.
Call 623-9034_

MOBILE HOME
Brokers. Major and
,minor repairs. Re-
roof, patio covers,
screen rooms, level-
Ing, locally owned.
operated. Free esti-
mates.: 100% Fi-
nancing WAC.. Call
857-1051.
NEW CONCRETE
Construction
Patios Driveways -
Slabs, Screen
rooms
Also Tearoul &
Replace damaged
concrete
Concrete workers
and Masons needed
have transportation
(8501221-8715
NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING 'Drywall
repairs & patchwork
"Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &'
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exteior.,
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034 :.

Di-,rrr 'lulS. Adoption'81
Name Changr '55 "
FREE Typing. Call fur
,%orkshrti8511 434-7524
185 N. "WM"S. t
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315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35 -
discount for multiple
removals
Backyard accessible
Licensed & Insured.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
232-8746
TAX SEASON IS
HERE! Need help
on your taxes?
Please call me for
quick results at fair
prices: 346-8563
Lisa Bender Book-
keeping & Tax Serv-
ice .
THE MOWER Medic
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.,
Bob Knowles office
(850) 626-8300 Cell
(850) 982-3576;
TNT CARPORTS
R.V. & Boat covers
Buildings,
Garages.
Portable Sneds
CARPORTS
Single $595
Double $695.
12 X 41-$1295
24 X 31 $1990
Galvanized Steel
Many sizescolors.
Financing Availablie
Free delivery & seiup
1850) 983-2296 or
Pager 505-1867




325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
TEN YEARS EXPE-
RIENCE. REASON-,
ABLE RATES.CALL
994-6236
335
Financial Services
HORIZON
FINANCIAL LOANS
Money problems9 In ;
debt? We can help!
Apply for debt
consolidation,
personal, auto &
business loans
today. No lees!
Fast results! Call:
1 -888-363-6667


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Martin A. Hinote

COINS, STAMPS

& JEWELRY


J 478-3859 5 9
235 E. 9 Mile Rd.* Pensacola, FL
(Northview Shopping Center)
WE SPECIALIZE IN
COIN JEWELRY FOR GIFTS
Pendants* Rings Bracelets
*Money Clips* 14 ct. Gold 'Sterling Silver


SANTA ROSA COUNTY
HUMAN RESOURCES

EMPLOYMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT'
*** ********** *******************


ATTENTION: The information given on your applica-
tion will be evaluated against the minimum qualifications
of the job description. All supplemental questions must
be completed, as well as indicating related work experi-
ence, training and education within your application.
After all applications are evaluated, your name will be
placed on the employment list and sent to appropriate hir-
ing authority for consideration. Completed job descrip-
tions/supplemental questions can be viewed at www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov or obtained from the Human Resources
office.

Other than this announcement, no further
notification will be sent.


Library Coordinator (3310)
Range: 26, $ 37,403.81 $ 41,286.79 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Library Technical Services Assistant (3309)
Range:, 20 $ 27, 811.83 $ 30,699.05 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Zoning Administrator (6041)
Range: 21 $ 29,219.80 $ 32,253.19 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Library Manager (3303)
Range: 28 $ 41,286.79 $ 45,572.90 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**

Planner I (6037)
Range: 23 $ 32,253.19 $ 35,601.49 DOQ
**Open Until Filled**


335
Financial Services.
WE BUY
MORTGAGES
Are you collecting
payments on a mort-
gage? Why wait
years for payments?
Call (800) 282-1251
S345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance. & All
Types of Tractor.
Work Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
S -


EMERALD COAST
Lawn Services
, ECL, LLC
Mowing, edging.
sodding, busn
trimming &
cleaning-up
Local company!
Commercial &
Residential Owner
Operated -
Licensed & Insured
(cell 324-4035

PAGE'S TREE
SERVICE
Trim, cut & remove
Call: 626-2159 if no
answer please leave
message
FIREWOOD $50. a
load and up


350
Senior Care


GRANNY NANNIES
Affordable Home
Care Services.
Highly Qualified
Personal Care
Givers Includes
CNA and HHA
available up to 24
hrs a day/7days a
week. Serving San-
ta Rosa and Es-
cambia Counties.
Quality Home
Health Care Since
1990.
A Helping Hand
and A Gentle Heart
995-0599
Lic#NR30211252


VISITING
ANGELS
SENIOR CARE
In home
Companionship
: Meals
Light housework
Errands
477-3858


Casey's Nursery


Largest selection oft rees,


shrubs & perennials


SPECIAL WITH AD

WEEPING MULBERRY


6995


FRUIT, SHADE & ORNAMENTAL

TREES, AZALEAS, CAMELLIAS,

PALMS, LONG LIFE ROSES

FANCY LILLIES & IRISES


JON & DEB

Welcome you to visit

3851 Avalon Blvd.

Milton, FL


S623-8109.
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Accounting Clerk I 91411
Range: 9 $ 9.01 per hour
"'**03/06/06 03/13/06*


Human Resources Clerk (1018)
Range: 12 $9.70 per hour
**03/06/06 03/13/06**

Testing will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2006 for
Communications Dispatcher I, Communications
Specialist Trainee and Communications Specialist I.
All applications, supporting documents and supplemen-
tal questions must be received on or before Monday,
March 6, 2006 at 4:30pm in order to schedule testing.
The APPLICANT must contact Human Resources on or
before March 6, 2006 at 4:30 pm to receive a testing time
for the testing date mentioned above. Testing will not be
assigned after March 6, 2006 at 4:30pm.

**NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON
DATE/TIME**

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MENTAL QUESTIONS AND ALL REQUIRED SUP-
PORTING DOCUMENTS (i.e. diplomas, transcripts,
and/or certificates) LISTED ON THE JOB DESCRIP-
TION/S, MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE CLOSING
DATE/S NO LATER THAN 4:30pm. DOCUMENTS
MAY BE DELIVERED BY US MAIL, FAX, EMAIL,
OR HAND DELIVERED.

If the required supplemental questions and supporting
documents are not in by the close date, your applica-
tion will not be submitted for consideration. In an
effort to further assist applicants, we offer the ease of
applying online at www.santarosa.fl.gov. Complete job
descriptions and applications are also available at the
Santa Rosa County Human Resources Office, 6495
Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL 32570, phone (850)
983-1948, Fax (850) 981-2003. Veteran's Preference will
be given in accordance with Florida Statutes.

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402
Apartments
2 BED/I 1 bath duplex
Million $500 mo/
$500 sec. Call Ba-
bara Cumbie. Call
377-6787

2 BR APT furnished
Utilities lurnished
(electricity, water &
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. 2BR/2BA, 800+ sq.
ft. w/waterview
$600/mo. $600/dep.
NO PETS
Call: 554-8138



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deck off kitchen.
Near Hamilton
Bridge Rd. Possible
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credit-worthy tenant.
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Apartments
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850-623-0609
404
Commercial
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED Office Spaces
Available for rent
$2C0-$250
conveniently located
across the street
from Sania Rosa
County Courthouse
Call 850-623-0208
for details
OFFICE FOR lease.
Pace location 995-
4804, .
OFFICE SPACE for
lease in Pace
Woodbine Rd.
Cornerstone
Prolessional Office
space 1250 sq. ft.
$1,500/mo. (does not
include utilities)
Call: 994-8784 for
more info or view
property at:
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406
Home
3BED/2BA
old house un
ed. Stove, re
tor, dishwash
rage, Genes
Subdivision.
no HUD, c
check, $925
.748-304
AVAILABLE
Centrally
clean brick
Three bedrock
bath, C H/A,
refrigerator.
backyard.
$725; depos
850-981-969
CONVENIENT
Whiting, New
SF 3/2, 2 car
built in 2005.
plus deposit.
Property Mar
ment..572-12
FOR RE

3BR/2BA :
5476 Oak Mr
Million $115

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home 508'
SMiguel $18(

SANTA RC
REALT
623-006
FOR RE
3BR'2B
Completely
eled. New c
paint cerar
$850/month
deposit.
982-212
623-029
BILLY PIKE

HOME FOR
PEHSACi
Modern 3BF
1744 sq ft
Ceramic tile
floors, ovei
2 car gara
above ground
Great area!
hospitals, col
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1 year HOUSE FOR RENT
furnish- 3BR/1 BA in Pace .
frigera- area. Large yard
her, ga- $850/mo. .
,is Park 1 year lease,
No pet, 4039 Charles Circle
credit Call: 994-8884
5/$975 HOUSES FOR
46- RENT- Milton &
NOW- Pace-.. 3/2, double,
located car garage, fenced
'home. yard. $925 a
om, one month, $700 depos-
stove & 'it. Call 981-0495.
Fenced NEW HOUSE FOR
Rent RENT Milton near
it $500. 1-10 1925 sq .ft,
5. 4BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
ITTO rage $1100/mo.+de-
V..1715 posit Call: 243-3236
garage UNFURNISHED
$i1175 HOME,3BR/1BA
TMGR w/den, fenced back-
nag- yard in Milton
:58 No pels'
;NT ", $625 rri c ..
$500.dep
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96 99-1-7918
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rentals. Jay,' Milton
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home. message.
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(850) 932-3434
MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT.
2 BR/2BA in nice,
quiet, clean park in
Milton. Garbage/
water/lawn mainte-
nance included.
$475-$550 Require
1st & last month's
rent.Call: 255-7772
RENTTO OWN
Milton Mobile Home
Very nice, large
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room w/fireplace,
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dishwasher, 12x16
storage bldg.
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Rooms For Rent
FURNISHED ROOM
in private home in
Mtlion for single
working person
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cludes TV table, mi-
crowave, refrigera-
tor. No pets, no
company .,allowed.
Deposit. 449-4070





506
Homes
20X30 SHOP on 2
acres with- 2br/2ba
home $139900 Call
LYNDA DAY w/Cen-
tury 21 DanleyReal-
ty, Inc 850-293-5339
2712 SQFT Oak
Meadows $269900.
4br/3ba built' 1999-
call LYNDA DAY
w/Centuryr 21 Dan-
leyRealty, Inc 850-
293-5339 ,
2BR/2BA
EXCELLENT condi-
tion with deep water
dock: Blackwater
Bay very secluded &
quiet neignDorhood.
$995,'iob $500'dep.'
994-0667
3/2 HOME wth
1,575 s.f. and 1500
s.f
workshop.$189,900.
Owner finance
$10,000 down 7%,
30 yrs. approx.
$1,190.89 P & I mo.,
Linda 983-3062.
3BR/3BA W/OF-
FICE Brand New
Home all brick
$269900. call LYN-
DA DAY w/Century
21 DanleyRealty, Inc
850-293-5339


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(WHITING FIELD)
Ike's Food Mart
Tonim Thumb @ Highway 87N
Up The Creek Store
Bubba's (Berrydale)
JAY
Farmer's Country Market,
Greer's Grocery Store
Jay Hospital
PACE
Aunt Mary's
Whalaburger
Wal-Mart
J&J Food Store
Happy Store
Winn Dixie
Komner Kwik


Pic-N-Sav
Groovin Noovins
Groovin Noovins (WV."."ii,,, ,
Pace Mini Mart
Penny Pantry
Penny Pantry (Woodbine)
Tom Thumb @ Bell Lane
Tom Thumb @ Woodbine
Tom Thumb @ Highwy 90
Tom Thumb @ Crossroads
Tom Thumb @ Chumuckla
Ryans
Village Inn
Ojps Alley
'Pace Chamber of Commerce
CiCi's Pizza
Flea Market
Office Depot
AVALON
Tom Thumb @ Avalon Blvd.
Tom Thumb @ Mulat Road
Avalon Express
BAGDAD
B&B Food Store
Tom Thumb
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506
Homes
HOME FOR sale 4- -
bed/ 2bath all new.;'';- '
appliances included
approx 2400 sq/ft.'.'.'-
large lot in nice -'-;-
neighborriood
$220,000. Call 850-
380-8844.
HOME FOR SALE
.by owner. Brand .., '
new, brick, 1934 sq.' -
.ft. 4BR/2BA split '
floor plan. Milton golf,
community,.golf
package included.
$215,900
Please call: -
(850) 324-4093 or
492-8931
PACE 3/2 Brick -
home 1/2 acre.
$189,900. 994-1540'
or 324-4915. .
508 '
Investments
BEAUTIFUL
NORTH CAROLINA:,
WINTER SEASON '
IS HERE! MUST. -
SEE THE BEAUTI- .
FUL PEACEFUL
MOUNTAINS OF'
WESTERN NC"
MOUNTAINS
Homes,, Cabins'
Acreage & Invest-' .
ments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty.'
GMAC Real Estate.'
Murphy www.chero-.'
keerhmountainrealty.c
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510
Land
LAND AUCTION -
200 Props Must be,
Sold .Low Down ,' E. '. -
Z Financing Free'-
Catalog (800)937'"
1603 WWW.LAN-
DAUCTION COM
10 ACRES of wood- -
land for sal in -.',-'
Pace, FL Water &
sewer available
$350,000 "
Call: (850) 994-7539 :
ACRES FOR
SALE North of
MiltontZodned'RR"-'I .
$75,000 Property
can be subdivided
into two parcels
Call: 623-8448
50 ACRES Nortl .
Milton-creek crosses' .
property $7500006,.,:"
Call LYNDA DAY
w/Century 21 Dan:
SleyRealty, Inc' 850-. -
293-5339 .
EASTERN TENNES--
SEE
MOUNTAIN
HOMESITES "
Gated lakeside
community
1 to 5 acre wooded'
and lake view sites:
from the $40's.
Planned amenities.
Minutes from
Chattanooga ,
Call today:.,
(866) 292-5769
Gates of the River
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
#408
LARGE MOUNTAIN
Land Bargains '
High elevation
Adjoins pristine
state forest. 20 +
acres to 350 acres
Sweeping mountain
views & streams
www.liveinwv.com
OCALA/ ORLANDO -
FLORIDA AREA
$15,000 Discount!
1.7-21 acres from
$149,900. Rolling
hills, views, trails.
Only 2 miles from
1-75. Discount ends
2/28 Broker/Ownera
Call: (352) 330-0022
SECLUDED & ,
SERENE '
NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field
20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural
3 mobile homes, -
garage, barn, shed:


* $263,000

* 626-6767


512
Mobile Homes
2005 MOBILE
HOME in Milton
11/2 acres
12x24 workshop
4BR/2BA 2100 sq.ft.
$140,000
Call: 626-0018


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512
Mobile Homes
IMMEDIATE
MOBILE HOME
SALE 14x 70
2 BR/2BA Must be
moved (seller will
pay to move) Call:
206-6810
NEED FINANCING
on a house or mo-
bile home? I may
can help. Also VA
available. Dorothy
Rogers -Eastgate
"Mobile Home Park
626-8973. ,
SECLUDED &
SERENE

NW of NAS Whit-
ing Field

20 Placid acres
zoned agricultural

3 mobile homes,
garage, barn, shed

$263,000

626-6767


SECLUDED 6
ACRES NE of
Milton 10 minutes
from Blackwater
State Park
Two 1999 Palm
Harbor modular
homes. 3BR,' 2BA,
front/back porch
on both, shop,
storage, fully
stocked fish pond.
4 acres fenced
pasture beautiful
family homesire.
Must sell for
medical reasons
$300,000 or all
Call-
1850) 957-8784 or
1850) 554-5237


556'
Homes
ADULT COMMUNI-
TIES and Other
Properties For Sale
Ocala / Marion
County Team Real
Estate of Ocala, Inc.
Realtor Multiple
Lisling 'Service
(888)391-6658
LOG HOME Auction
Tailahassee. FL -
Marcr, 11th Tampa,
FL March 12th. 26
-New Log Home
Packages offered.
One' .absolute to
highest bidder!
Package includes
sub-floor, logs, win-
dows, doors, rafters,
rooling.. Daniel
Boone Log Homes'
(800)766-9474.






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MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA
AHH..COOL
S02512355UMERS,
MILD WINTERS!
Affordable homes &
mountain cabins
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE:
(877) 837-2288
EXIT REALTY
MOUNTAIN VIEW
PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com ,


556
Homes
OPEN HOUSE
THOROUGHBRED
HORSE FARM ES-
TATE LIQUIDA-
TION! Saturday
March 11th 9am-
3pm 67 acres, -
$689,000 Historic
stone home, huge
barns, indoor riding
arena, acres & acres
of quality fenced
pasture w/more
availl Awesome
views, gorgeous set-
ting on quiet country
lane near State For-
est & more riding
opportunities! Less
than 3 1/2 hrs NY
City! Call (877)909-
5263 NOW or go to
http://horsefarm.up-
statenyland.com jfor
photos & directions!
Brokers welcome.
ST. PETERSBURG
CONDOS Resident
Owned, 55+, No
Rentals or Pets,
Many
Activities/Amenities.
1 Bedroom from
$65,900; 2 Bedroom
from $89,900. Call
Elaine King, Pan-
ache Realty,
(727)525-9018,
(727)321-5028.

558
Investments
WE BUY
HOUSES FAST!
NO EQUITY?
NO PROBLEM!
Call Toll Free
24 Hrs:
1-877-7BUY-FAST
www 8777buyfast.com

560
Land
ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA HOMESITES
Own a private
mountain retreat
-Gated riverfront
community
-Stunning mountain
views
-1 to 8 acres from
the $60s c
-4-season climate
.Call (866) 292-5762.
Bear River Lodge
r .. .. I


E TENNESSEE
Lake Properties
Homes from
$200,000 to
$1,000,000. Lake-
front lots from
$100,000 Lakeview
lots from $35.000
Call Lakeside Realty
(4231626-5820 or
visit www.lakesi-
derealty-tn.com.
EAST TENNESSEE
Mountain Property.
Only minutes from
Gatlinburg, TN. 7
acres & Stream
$39,900. 20 acres
Wooded $79.900.
Opening March 4th.
(800)770-9311 ext. 321
GEORGIA BLAIRS-
VILLE IN THE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. Land,
Homes, Commercial
& Investment. "EV-
ERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, (706)745-
2261, (800)820-
7829 www.janebaer-
realty.com, aneba-
er@alltel.net


560
Land
GOV'T HOMES! $0
DOWN! BANK RE-
PO'S & FORECLO-
SURES! NO CRED-
IT OK! $0 / LOW
DOWN! Call for List-
ings (800)498-8619.
GRAND OPENING
Wright's Creek
Located in the FL
panhandle
.3 acres
from $27,900
Waterfront lots from
$49,900
(866) 888-7332
Ext. 12
HORSE FARM LIQ-
UIDATION 20 acres-
$59,900 Lush pas-
tures, beautiful trout
stream, spectacular
upstate NY setting!
Ideal summer home
site! Terms avail!
Call now! (877)909-
5263 y www.up-
stateNYIlnd.com I
LAKEFRONT AND
LakeView Properties
Nestled in the hills of
Tennessee on the
shores of pristine
Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty at
(423)626-5820 Or
visit www.lakesi-
derealty-tn.com.
LOOKING TO OWN
LAND" Invest in ru-
ral acreage through-
out America; coast-
al, mountain, water-
front properties. 20
to 200 acres. FREE,
monthly Special
Land Reports:
www.landwanted co
m/sw.
MONTANA MOUN-
TAIN PARADISE
Great mountain
views! 2.29 acres
just $59,990. Ride
out your back door
to millions of acres
of national, forest.
Close to Canyon
Ferry Lake, minutes
to Helena. Soils test-
ed,, utilities, ready to
'build. Call owner
(866) 365-6103
WATERFRONT!
2 ACRES +/
Gorgeous acreage,
great views, pristine
.shoreline'&,deep
boalable water!
Near Bath, NC
Enjoy access to
ICW, Sound &
Atlantic. Paved road,
underground
Utilities, well water,
septic approved.
Excellent financing.
By appointment
.nly. $159,900
'Call now: (800) 732-
6601 ext. 1497
TENNESSEE LAKE-
FRONT RETREATS
Newly released
lakefront. Wooded
and mountain view
sites. 1 to 6 acres
from the 40's.
90 minutes to
Nashville. Don't
miss
the sunsets over
the lake! Call:
(866) 339-4966
Eagles Ridge
NC MOUNTAINS
10.51 acres on
mountain top in gat-
ed community, view,
trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved pri-
vate access,
S$119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.


560
Land
NC AND VA Moun-
tain Land Available.
4 .ac. Alleghany
Co. NC -. Stone'.
Mtn. State Pk. Area
A-Frame. Apt. &
Garage Lake -
Guest House -3 golf
courses nearby -
Just $249,900.00-
Call Susan
(336)789-2926. 49
ac. Surry Co. -
North Carolina Bot-
tom Land 4,000 ft
on Fisher River -
Beautiful wood land
& home site Pri-
vate location-
Springs & Branches
$225,000.00 -Call
Bracky (336)789-
2926. 86 ac. Low-
gap Surry Co. -
North Carolina -
Beautiful remodeled
house all fenced -
stream old cabin -
timber private -
outbuildings -
$499,000.00 -
Terms 'available -
Call Susan
(336)789-2926.
70+/- ac. Beulah
Community Surry
Co..- North Carolina
All cleared,
grassed & fenced -
panoramic view of
surrounding mins. -
pond fabulous
views $6,250.00 per
ac. call Bracky
,(336)789-2926.,
215+i- ac. Carroll
Co., Virginia -' Hwy.
52 just north of Mt.
Airy, North Carolina
- Brick home needs
updating county
water long hwy.
frontage possibly
commercial
$1,300,000.00.
Owner financing -
Call Mark 13361789-
.2926.
NEW TO MARKET!
DEEP WATER LOTS'
Beautifully situated
on 50 acres with
2 800 feet of
magnificent frontage
on Battery Creek in
Beaufort, SC
Offering deep water-
front, dockable. iidal
creek & privacy-
wooded lois slaying
from $59,900
Call: (877) 929-2837
NORTH CAROLINA
Gated Lakefront
Community
-1.5 acres + .
-90 miles of shore-
line
Never before of-
fered with 20 %pre-
develoment dis-'
counts & 90 %
financing '
Call k800)709-5253
THE PERFECT
Recreational -
Investment Tract
851 acres in
beautiful S. Georgia.
Offering divided
or as a whole
Contact Peach State
at: (866) 300-7653
Visit:www.rubuyingrea-

GAL 2550
WESTERN NEW
Mexico- 20 Acres
Starting at $39,990
Scenic, region,
Views, trees, rolling
hills, wildlife. Family
retreat, hunting
property or year
round home. Power,
100% financing.
NALC (866)365-
2825.


706
Livestock Supplies


HAY
FOR SALE
Coastal Hay. 623-
6769 or 336-2267.


WRAPPED
PEANUT HAY
Call 623-8237.

708
Pets
AKC BOSTON Ter-
rier' pups $400 and
up. 850-479-1615
FOR SALE Great
Dane, female 16
months old. Merle-
colored. $150.00
Phone 957-3106
GERMAN SHEP-
HERD Excellent
coat, 13 months old,
all vaccinations.
obedience trained.
$200 w.accessories
Call: 292-8765
KITTENS, ADORA-
BLE, playful, free to
.loving home; litter
box trained. Call
994-7733.
PUPPIES FOR sale
mixed lab $20 each.
626-6767
SHORTHAIRED
FEMALE CAT
Needs good home -
owner moving
Spayed & snois
Current
Please call:
994-3249
712
Lost & Found*
PETS

FOUND-
BROWN & WHITE
Male Dog in the
Guernsy Rd. Pace
area. Call 995-
5746 or 261-3598
or 261-1173.
LOST '9 month old
white & black meda-
um hair dog look like
a: Springer Spaniel.
Lost .in vicinity. of
Stewart'St. Reward
offer. 626 6444 or
516 5445
LOST BEAGLES in
'East Milton area.
Right after Dennis
near the end of July.
1 male, 1 female.
Please call with any.
information 626-
2428 .or 516-7983.
LOST MALE CAT
No tail, creamy
white with gray
face and blue
eyes. 623-3519

LOST YOUR PET?
Be sure to call
Santa Rosa
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
be sure he's not,
there waiting
on you to .
pick him up!
850-983-4680


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Male Dog
501-9889


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$')O 99Q00ir Citizn


806
Appliances
SSIDE BY side refrig-
erator/ freezer with
Ice and water $250.
Refrigerator like new
$150. Stackable
washer/ dryer $200.,
Stackable washer/
dryer $250. Dish-
washer $75. Washer
and dryer $95 each.
All in excellent con-
ditions. 995-8730
814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Maple queen bed
wiin boxspings &
matress (excellent
condition) $250..
Brand'new twin bed
matresses $90 each
(never removed
from pkg.)
Call: 626-2716

FURNITURE DIN-
NING table 6 chairs
dresser with mirror,
chest of drawer,
nightstand, make of-
fer. 484-9490


NEW LARGE
sectional sofa w/2
recliners & sleeper
Lt. brown stain-
resistant fabric
$1500 OBO Call:
623-3519
818
Lawn Equipment
FOR SALE- Murray
12.5 h.p., 38. in. cut
riding lawnmower
w!dump cart. New,
less than 20 ours
running time. $700.
983-2779.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE
."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!" Last Crance!
Beat next price in-
crease. Go
direct/save. 20x26,
25x30, 30x40,
35x50, 40x60,
45x90, 50x100,
60x180. Others. Pio-
neer. (800)668-5422
FOR SALE -
Sleeper sofa $75
New generator $475,
Call: 983-7425 or
712-2997


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BUILDING SALE!
"Go Direct/Save!"
20x26 Now $5100.
25x30 $6800. 30x40'


$10,600.
$16,600.
range of
models.
cessones,
Pioneer
5422.


40x60
Extensive
sizes and
Doors/ac-
optional.
(800)668-


BUILDING SALE
Beat Next increased
20x26 Now $4200
25x30 $5800
30x40 $9200
40x60 $14.900
Extensive range of
sizes and models
Front end optional
Pioneer:
(800) 668-5422





HANDICAPPED
PORTABLE shower
unit w'pump, hosing
& shower chain.
Never been used.
$3,000
Call: 623-3519
LOWEST. PRE-
SCRIPTION PRI-
CES Less than Can-
ada. Bener than
MedicareD. Flomax
0.4mgI'$27.00. Am-
bien 10mg. $53.00.
Nexium
40mg '$30.00 month.
Viagra
100mg..$2.75. Glob-:
al Medicines
(866)634-0720
www globalmedi-
cines.nel.



Cencipede-
Sc. .\.U1lgLmstine
Farm Directc
\Ve Deliver -
434-0066 -
BUILDING SALE
.."Rock Bottom Pri-
ces!" Last Chance'
Beat next price in-
crease;. Go
direct/save. 20x26,'
25x30,' 30x40,
35x50, 40x60, .
45x90, 50x100.
60x180. Owners. Pio-
neer 18001668-5422
TWO 8 foot round
permacasi columns
S6'inrch diarrelers
wicaps & bases
Call: 623-3519


830'
Miscellaneous
For Sale
MOVING SALE
Misc. furniture &
household items
(too much to list)
Call between noon-
6 pm for more info:
623-3263 Lobated in
Milton (also have
boats for sale)
NEW STANDING
frame for handicap-
ped person. $2000
Call: 623-3519.




We Deliver & Install
Centipede ,
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
Can Ls first Save Time
Cad Ls last, Sae Money
Hwy 87 So. *Milton
626-85787

WOLFF
TANNING BEDS
Buy direct and save'
Full body units from
$22/month! .
FREE color catalog
CALL TODAY'
(800)842-1305
www.np.etstan.com
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles., all
kinds. Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
,tions. Will pick up.
983-8042. .
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527
S '


WANTED TO Buy:
Paper Money and
Old' Coins. Single
coins, notes, accu-,
mulations, entire col-
lections. 'Littleton
Coin. .', Company
Since 1945. Call
18006581-2646, e-
mail coinbuy'@little-
toncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K5206.


834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
Boating & Fishing
equipment left. be-
hind at boat launch
at bridge by the Riv-
erwalk. Please call
983-8243 to identify.
FOUND VERY large
set of keys at yard
sale on Mulat Rd.
Call: 983-3062

LOST CITIZEN'S
Echo Watch at
David's Cat Fish
House on Thursday
12/22. Please
.contact at
434-1292. Reward
.is offered.



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904
Cars
2000 NISSAN
SENTRA
Needs,'ready to10
paint. Runs loud
$2000 OBO
.Call: 623-8865
93 DODGE SHADOW
$500 OBO
Call: 791-0527 or
516-4220
MAZDA PICK UP
truck. 1999. Red,
automatic, power,
V6, AM FM stereo,
CD player, AC, tilt
wheel, air bags, ex-
tended cab, back
cover, excellent,
sharp. Well main-
tained. $6,900 850-,
623-4068.
906
Boats
BOAT FIXER upper
Pontoon boat 20',
good motor, $1250.
Jon boat & Trailer
$350. 484-9490
908
Farm Equipment


01 FREIGHTLINER
dump iruck. New 20
ton equipment trail-
er wilh air breaks.
01 Case backhoe.
94 D4H hightrack.
widetrack caterpillar
dozer All for
$157,000.
Please call at
850-957-4952 or
850-261-8407


914
Recreational
12 1/2 FT. TRUCK
Camper, electric
jacks, air, .furnace.
$3,000.00 850-981-
1951.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1993 FORD
Explorer XLT- As is.
$1,800.
Call 549-8817.


918
Trucks

2002 CHEVY Silver-
ado 1500 truck for
sale. Air, cruise con-
trol, automatic. Sell-
ing below Blue Book:
value!l $13,500
Call: 995-8779
91' CHEVY S-10,
4.3 Liter, V-6.
$2,500. 994-7286
CHEVY TRUCK
2002 Loaded
w/everything
55,000 miles
Fleetside $13,500
Call: 995-8779
920 '
Vans. ,
2001 FORD
WINDSTAR MINIVAN
Fully loaded, 2
sliding doors, 7
passenger, great air,
new brakes, good
tires. Excellent
condition inside &
out. Mechanically
sound &. very
dependable
Call: 675-0266
922
Other


- SMALL CAMPER
Dodge 318. 53,000
original miles. Stove.
refrig, sink, pohi Mil-
ton.$3:000 OBO
- REAR WINDOW-
mid 90'.s Ford
Ranger pick-up $60
Call: 623-0778


*Plus tax, title & license. Sale prices & total savings based on GMAC Alternative Smart Buy Program, S.E. Down Payment Assistance, Retail Consumer
Cash, Dealer Instant Value Certificate, dealer discounts & GM Price Rollback, Approved credit with GMAC required. See dealer for complete details.


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MERBOBCAT AND TRACTOSERVICE WORK
Full Service Lawn Careing











Site Prep and Clean Up
Locally O w nd Operated
CoLmercial and Residential
Licensed & Insured
Ca983-9888 or 393324-40311



BOBCAT AND TRACTOR WORK
Driveway. Culverts. Light Land Clearing
Site Prep and Clean Up
Fill Dirt, BrownaDirt and
Michael Porter
983-9888 or 393-84 1 !
Tony Joiner
K (850)573-0669


r ene'~s PtCr


P~a:I21 P*". P -Sitting --
5256 Alabama Street B li
Historic District, Downtown Milton ..D alIking,
Beaulilul building & surrounding grounds
provide an ideal setting for your celeoralion MitI"on, T id*ad
renlal available for meetings, wedding i
receplons. anniversary & SyrS.,in Sdue
Dinhdav Danies, eic -'' r-. '-


L~all 623-9034CE

StupEs


Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
S. Backyard Accessible
S Local Contractor-Retired USIN
[; ,%. .:'," -^ ;">,",.." Senior Dis."ouni
SL-r, ,1 232-8746 insured


Mike Kaylor
SCement Mason
Patios Driveways Walks
Free Eslimales Ouaiiry work
No job [oo small Alordaile prices
850-994-0897


VisitingAngels

*ii In home
',, Companionship
Meals
Light housework
!'.' %-..^--, Errands

.llL.,, ..,
Ile .. Cats Cars
A tR r


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Patios-Driveways-Slabs
Also Tearout &
Replace Damage Concrete


(850) 221


-8715


DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Supplies
Senior Discount with Ad
Homes Condos Offices
850-384-2388


1)


1 L LUL A .yVaCIJL
Specializing in Electrical
Work, Lights, Switches
Alternators. Window
Motors & Regulators
Call PERRY @

686-0061


- '.. .:. f- w-. t5 V
': Land Clearing, and all tractor,
dozer, and related services
'-" .-.i' .Jr ,il M


Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Phone: (850) 957-4952
K, Cell: (850) 261-8407
rDAN'S TRACTORS
WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging Discing
Front-End Loading
Debris Removal
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
Dan Francisco
Owner


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Pressure Cleaning
Wallpapering
Carpentry Work
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723-2550 623-6034


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REALTORE
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Pool- 1 acre. 3br, 2ba, .
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COMPLETED


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Tractor Service
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Clean-ups Raking
Hauling Mowing
Bushhogging Dirt Work
Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
(850) 529-0434
(850) 623-0493
I',, LicenseCl & Insured

1E&E LANDSCAPING
AND TREE
SERVICES
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CREDIT CARDS OK
5% off
GRADING, MULCHING, WEEDING,
TRIMMING, NEW BEDS,
OLD BEDS, REDONE,
CLEAN-UPS, CLEARING, STUMP
GRINDING, TREE REMOVAL.
K(850) 529-5650


Local Home Repair
Fence Repair e Installation
Paint Drywall *Trim sTile
10 years experience
Contact Paul McMullen
850-723-9767


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Land Clearing -Demolition
Driveways
Dirt-Ponds-Lakes
Competitive Rates
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convenience

Bob Knowles
Office (850) 626-8300
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Specializing in Insurance
Estimates, Small Home
Improvement Projects
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Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
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"ALL ME FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE NEEDS
"Even If Your Credit Isn't Perfect"
Purchase, ReFi, 100% Loans, No Income Verification
EASY... FAST... DEPENDABLE
Bill Timble 850-380-0220
General Mortgage Consultants, Inc.
2160 Creighton Rd. Pensacola, FL, 32504
www.billtimbie.com
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Major and Minor Repairs
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Screen Rooms ~ Leveling ~
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Free Estimates
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Vickers Fencing
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Specializing in wood fences.
New installations and repairs.
Competitive pricing.


Free estimates.
K994-7585


Licensed & Insured.
791-01982


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