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By Bill Gamblin
news@srpressgazette.com
A Milton man was arrest-
ed Wednesday and charged
with possession of obscene
material.
Walter Scott Cot-
ton, 46, of Milton was
arrested and charged
with nine counts of
possessing a photo-
graph of sexual per-
formance by a child.
On Jan. 11, inves-
tigators determined WA
that a computer on CO
Queen Street in Mil-
ton was downloading and/or
sharing child pornography
on the Internet using peer-
to-peer software.
Investigators connected
to the computer on Jan. 16,
Feb. 3, Feb. 5, Feb. 6 and
Feb. 17, and found that Cot-


ton had downloaded nine il-
legal files, according to the
affidavit.
When the search warrant
was executed on the resi-
dence, Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office and officers
with the Florida
DepartmentofLaw
Enforcement locat-
ed the nine files on
the computer and
numerous other
files indicative of
child pornography.
ALTER On Thursday,
TTON Cottonwascharged
with sexual assault
on a victim under 12 years
of age, possession of child
pornography and contribut-
ing to the delinquency of a
minor.
Cotton remains lodged in
the Santa Rosa County Jail
on a bond of $555,000.


Jay man dies in car


accident Thursday


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
A 47-year-old Jay man
was fatally injured in an
auto accident Thursday on
Old Flomaton Road in Cen-
tury after he struck an oak
tree.
The driver of the vehicle,
Jefferey Leonard Jackson,
was traveling northbound
on Old Flomaton Road at
an extremely high rate of
speed when his vehicle left
the roadway onto the east-
bound shoulder, according
to the Florida Highway Pa-
trol report.
According to the release,
Jackson applied his brakes,


and his car skidded along
the grass and dirt shoulder
traveling northbound.
Jackson's Nissan Sen-
tra was unable to stop and
slammed into an oak tree,
coming to an abrupt stop,
according to the release.
The collision caused $3,000
in damage to Jackson's
car.
Jackson, who was wear-
ing his seat belt, was pro-
nounced dead at the scene
and was taken to the Medi-
cal Examiner's Office fol-
lowing the accident.
Toxicology reports are
pending in the investiga-
tion. No charges were filed
by the FHP


Dotson to retire as Pace Water System general manager


By Obie Crain
obiecrainjr @bellsouth.net
"It was the best of times,
It was the worst of times,
It was the age of wisdom,
It was the age of
foolishness..."
A Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens, 1859
When Teddy G. "Ted"
Dotson became general
manager of Pace Water
System 21 years ago (20
years and 10 months,
actually) on May 1, 1991,
there was a pervading
spirit of optimism being
enjoyed throughout Santa


Rosa County and the nation
beyond.
The country was just
emerging from a prolonged
recession, and most locals
here remember it more
as the best of times than
not. For Dotson it was the
beginning of a new job
that would be the last of
many career paths he had
sampled during his adult
years.
Today, Dotson is enjoying
a fish fry that was to have
been a big surprise for
him by his employees,
except that one of them
accidentally let it slip.
"It's hard to keep a


secret," he said, "especially
one that involves so many
people and requires so
much time and effort to
plan. But it's the thought
that counts."
He is officially retiring
from his job as general
manager of the Pace Water
System today.
Dotson is only the second
general manager Pace
Water System has had over
its 48 years of existence. He
inherited the responsibility
at the retirement of Doris
Nowling, who had served
as manager of the system
for more than a quarter of a
century.


Today's multimillion-
dollar property of offices,
warehouses and equipment
at a prestigious business
address on Woodbine Road
reflects a gigantic leap from
the small, cramped quarters
from which its original
manager and employees
worked on Chumuckla
Highway.
At the time Dotson
took over its management
duties, Pace Water System's
assets totaled an impressive
$4,202,344. Today, as he
leaves office after the better
part of 21 years, the system's
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Dana Cornelison and
his daughter, Shadow
Cornelison

1959- 2012
On Jan. 22, 2012,
we lost a father, a son,
a brother and most
important my friend,
my life, my husband.
His name is Dana
Mitchel Cornelison,
52 years old. Born in
Pensacola on Dec.
2, 1959 he attended
Woodham High School,
Class of 1975. He was a
house framer by trade.
Cornelison loved
hunting, fishing, racing
and all his friends,
but most of all his
pride and joy, his
daughter, Shadow Lee


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Cornelison. His family,
mother and father, the
late John T. Cornelison,
Lois Cornelison, sisters
Kim Thompson and
Robin and Wanda
Cornelison, brother
Mike Cornelison and
family from here to
Tennessee.
I would like to thank
all my angels here on
earth, for all the
cards, food and
comfort. You know who
you are.
One of our last
conversations was:
"How will you ever
know how much I love
you Emma?"
"Every time I look
at Shadow, I will know
Dana."
So I will count my
blessings with a smile
on my face...
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wonderful
Married 26 years,
Emma Jean
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Average retail gasoline prices in Pen-
sacola have risen 6.0 cents per gallon in
the past week, averaging $3.64/g yester-
day. This compares with the national av-
erage that has increased 11.3 cents per
gallon in the last week to $3.64/g, accord-
ing to gasoline price website Pensacol-
aGasPrices.com.
Including the change in gas prices in
Pensacola during the past week, prices
Sunday were 28.5 cents per gallon high-
er than the same day one year ago and
are 21.7 cents per gallon higher than a
month ago. The national average has in-
creased 26.6 cents per gallon during the
last month and stands 29.8 cents per gal-
lon higher than this day one year ago.
"2012 is looking increasingly like
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Elected OFFICIALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-wil-
liamson@santarosa.fl.gov
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santarosa.fl.gov
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
salter@santarosa.fl.gov
District 4: Jim Melvin, 6495 Caroline St., Milton,
FL; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-melvin@santa-
rosa.fl.gov
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St.,
Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9
a.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders
meet in committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the
Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in commission
chambers of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90.
Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach their of-
fices.
SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERIFF
Wendell Hall, 5755 East Milton, Rd., Milton, FL
32588; phone 983-1100. E-mail is whall@srso.net

SANTA ROSA COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
Mary Johnson, P.O. Box 472, Milton, FL 32572;
phone 983-1987. E-mail is santacourtfeed@flchjn.net

SANTA ROSA COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
Stan Collie Nichols, 6495 Caroline St., Suite E, Mil-
ton, FL 32570; phone 983-1800. E-mail is snichols@
srctc.com
SANTA ROSA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER
Greg Brown, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL 32570;


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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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One year(outof county) ...................$62
Sixmonths(outofcounty).................$31
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One year (incounty)........................ $32
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Home delivery subscribers may be
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phone 983-1880. E-mail is info@srcpa.org

SANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR
Ann Bodenstein, 6495 Caroline St., Milton, FL
32570; phone 983-1900. E-mail is Bodenstein@
santarosa.fl.gov

STATE GOVERNMENT
Rep. Doug Broxson: 2990-C Gulf Breeze Park-
way, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563, phone 916-5436. E-mail
is Doug.Broxson @myfloridahouse.gov
Sen. Greg Evers: 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crest-
view, FL 32536, phone 689-0556. E-mail is Evers.
Greg.S02@flsenate.gov
Gov. Charilie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.
Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399; phone 488-
4441. E-mail is fl_governor@myflorida.com

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 2439 Rayburn House Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; local phone is
479-1183; D.C. Office phone (202) 225-4136. Pen-
sacola office address: 4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13,
Pensacola, FL 32503. Toll free number is 866-367-
1614. Website: http://jeffmiller.house.gov

SENATE
Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Russell Senate
Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone
202-224-5274; fax 202-228-5171. Website:
http://lemieux.senate.gov
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Of-
fice Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-
224-5274; fax 202-224-8022. Website: http://
billnelson.senate.gov

WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Obama: The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500;


phone 202-456-1414. E-mail is president@white-
house.gov
Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
Superintendent: Tim Wyrosdick, 5086 Canal
St., Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-5000. E-mail is
wyrosdickt@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson High-
way, Milton, FL 32570; phone 983-0413. E-mail
is scottdl@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus
Lane, Milton, FL 32570; phone 623-6299. E-mail
is winkleseh@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia
Lane, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-2661. E-mail
is colemanmd@mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us
District 4: JoAnn Simpson, 5059 Faircloth
St., Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-5446. E-mail is
simpsonjj@mai.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
District 5: Edward Gray III, 3156 Pins Lane,
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; phone 934-0701. E-mail is
pedenst@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at
6:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at 5086
Canal St. in Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, phone 983-5400.
City Manager is Brian Watkins
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 High-
way 4, Jay, FL 32565, phone 675-2719
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Beverly Zim-
mern, 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL
32561, phone 934-5100. City Manager is Edwin
"Buz" Eddy


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Workshop

to teach

pressure


canning

Special to the Press Gazette

Please join us for a
workshop on the basics
and updates on pressure
canning and making deli-
cious jams and jellies.
Dorothy Lee, the Fam-
ily and Consumer Sciences
Extension Agent from Es-
cambia County, will join us
for a two-hour workshop
on March 1, from 10 a.m. -
noon at the UF/IFAS Santa
Rosa County Extension Of-
fice, 6263 Dogwood Drive,
in Milton.
The workshop is free
but registration is required.
Please call the Extension
Office at 623-3868 to reg-
ister or for more informa-
tion.
Again, for more informa-
tion or if you have a ques-
tion, call the University of
Florida/IFAS-Santa Rosa
County Extension, at 623-
3868, between the hours of
8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. week-
days. Hearing-impaired
individuals may call Santa
Rosa County Emergency
Management Service at
983-5373 (TDD). For ad-
ditional information about
all of the county extension
services and other articles
of interest go to: santarosa.
ifas.ufl.edu.
Extension Service pro-
grams are open to all.


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SANTA ROSA COUNTY RESIDENTS:



Redistricting upsetting to school children, parents


By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino @srpressgazette.
com
The Santa Rosa County
school district is looking to
level out class sizes by re-
districting parts of school
districts. But that change
is bringing in frustration
for many parents and
grandparents.
Gary Nelson, whose
grandson is in Hobbs
Middle School will have
to transfer his grandson
to King Middle School be-
cause of the change start-
ing next school year.
His grandson, who en-
tered Hobbs Middle School
this year, will have to shift
to King Middle School in


August, the beginning of
his 7th grade year.
"It's a big enough tran-
sition for a kid to go to an
elementary school to a
middle school and from
a middle school to a high
school," Nelson said.
Now, Nelson said his
grandson is upset because
he has to leave all of the
friends he's gained to move
to a different school.
"He adapted well at
Hobbs," Nelson said.
"He's a straight A student.
But he's highly upset."
Nelson said his daugh-
ter received a letter in the
mail from the Santa Rosa
County school district noti-
fying her that her son (his
grandson) would have to


move to a different school
starting in the 2012-13
school year.
According to super-
intendent of schools for
Santa Rosa County, Tim
Wyrosdick, students mov-
ing from 7th to 8th grade
will be able to stay in the
schools even if they are
outside of the new school
district lines.
He said 7th graders who
are becoming 8th graders
next year will be able to
stay because it is their last
year in the school.
"We only offer that for
eighth graders," Wyros-
dick said.
But Nelson thought oth-
erwise.
"My grandson wants


to finish at Hobbs, I don't
see the difference," Nel-
son said. "You're playing
with kid's lives when you
do this."
Almost 10 schools in
Santa Rosa County includ-
ing Hobbs and King Mid-
dle School had to undergo
a shift in student popula-
tion because many of the
schools were either too
populated or did not have
enough students to begin
with.
"It's always a tedious
job trying to figure out
where to draw the lines,"
Wyrosdick said. "We have
to continue to balance
schools because of capac-
ity.
"Class size obviously


has a huge affect on that."

How the numbers
add up
Net loss of approxi-
mately 70 students from
Woodlawn Beach Middle
School to Holley Navarre
Middle School
Net loss of approxi-
mately 40 students from
Hobbs Middle School to
King Middle School
Net loss of approxi-
mately34 students from Ber-
ryhill Elementary School to
Rhodes Elementary School,
Net gain of approximately
20 students from Bennett C.
Russell Elementary School
to Berryhill Elementary
School. This change will


result in a net loss of ap-
proximately 14 students at
Berryhill Elementary
School.
SNet gain of approxi-
mately 34 students from
Berryhill Elementary
School to Rhodes Elemen-
tary School.
Net loss of approxi-
mately 70 students from
Bennett C. Russell Elemen-
tary School ...approximate-
ly 50 students to Bagdad
Elementary School and
approximately 20 students
to Berryhill Elementary
School.
*Net gain of approxi-
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Controlled burns to take place in Santa Rosa, Escambia


Three large

scale burns

are scheduled

to take place

in Santa Rosa

and Escambia

counties if

weather permits


Special to the Press Gazette

The Northwest Flor-
ida Water Management
District is planning to
conduct three large-
scale prescribed burns
on District lands in the
upcoming weeks if con-
ditions allow.
Two burns are
planned in the Garcon
Point area of Santa Rosa
County and one burn in
the Saufley Field area of
Escambia County.
These burns will be
conducted only if proper
weather permits and
with approval from the
Florida Forest Service.
The objective of all
three burns is for fuel
reduction and ecological
enhancement of these
wet prairie/savannah
ecosystems. They are
planned as aerial burns
using a helicopter and
PSD (ping-pong ball)
machine in the air and
specialized, low-ground
pressure equipment on
the ground.
This notice is be-
ing sent to you or your
agency as a general
public information an-
nouncement, to solicit
assistance, or simply as
a "heads-up" notice of
our upcoming plans.
As always with these
large burns we will need
assistance and coopera-
tion from numerous oth-
er agencies including
law enforcement, local
fire departments, DOT,
EOC, etc. I will definite-
ly need to discuss some
specific issues in more
detail with some of you.
Implementation of
these burns will be
through the Gulf Coastal
Plain Ecosystem Part-
nership.


Above:
The general
location of all
three burns


Right:
A close-up
of the Garcon
Clark Tract Burn
(988 acres)


Far Right:
A close-up
of the Garcon
Main Tract Burn
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Farmer fighting for his rights: 'This is my life'


By Angel McCurdy
Florida Freedom Newspapers
MILTON Tom Earn-
shaw knows the names
and personalities of all of
his farm animals.
On a chilly morning re-
cently, Earnshaw made
the rounds at Cambridge
Farms, stopping to pet
Miss Piggy and escort a
rogue chicken back inside
its coop.
"Everybody's got a
name, and I know them
all," Earnshaw said. "I
grew up on a farm. I grew
up talking about ways to
grow produce and care for
animals. This is my life."
For the last few years,
though, Earnshaw has
divided his attention be-
tween the daily demands
of his organic farm and
following legislation that
could change his way of
life.
He's worried about the
Food Safety Modernization
Act, which will require him
to test his water, food and
produce.
"The act basically


Food Safety Modernization Act
The bill, which was passed in 2011,
addresses the prevention of food-borne illnesses
such as last year's listeria outbreak, which killed
16 people.
Congress has passed the act, it will not take
effect until January 2013 and that a draft of the
law is still being assembled.


banishes and outlaws
small farms and puts in
a pile of regulations that
force farms to grow geneti-
cally altered foods," Earn-
shaw said. "I've done a lot
of research and consulted
attorneys, and I've chosen
not to comply."
But officials with the
U.S. Food and Drug Admin-
istration say Earnshaw's
protest is premature.
Douglas Karas with
FDA public affairs said
that although Congress
has passed the act, it will
not take effect until Janu-
ary 2013 and that a draft
of the law is still being as-
sembled.
Karas said the FDA will


present the first draft in
the next few months and
will take public input be-
fore it is finalized.
"He's actually reacting
to something that's not in
existence yet. That's just a
fact," Karas said. "Before
anyone reacts, wait for the
rule to come out. It will
save a lot of heartache."
Earnshaw says he is
just preparing for the in-
evitable.
"The law is coming and
I don't want to be unpre-
pared when that happens,"
he said.
The bill, which was
passed in 2011, addresses
the prevention of food-
borne illnesses such as last


year's listeria outbreak,
which killed 16 people.
Under the bill, the
secretary of Health and
Human Services would
have the ability to inspect
food-related records and
require permits from all
food manufacturers and
processors.
"Virtually everyone is
in agreement that such
a rule would be good,"
Karas said. "Once the rule
is in place, we will have an
enforceable rule where
we can do inspections and
that sort of stuff. It will be a
benefit to food safety."


But Earnshaw dis-
agrees.
"Those outbreaks are
just their excuse to get
this law passed," he said.
"They just want to have
control."
The law has several ex-
emptions. Karas said as it
stands, the act would ex-
clude farmers who brought
in less than $500,000 in prof-
it the previous fiscal year.
Other exemptions include
producers who sell
within 250 miles of their
farm and who do not cross
state lines.
Even though Earnshaw


"Everybody's got a name, and I
know them all. I grew up on a
farm. I grew up talking about
ways to grow produce and care
for animals. This is my life."


Invasive exotic species know no boundaries


By Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-Residential
Horticulture UF/IFAS Santa
Rosa County
Celebrate National
Invasive Species Aware-
ness Week, Feb. 26 through
March 3, by learning about
alien plant and animal spe-
cies whose introduction
does or is likely to cause
economic or environmen-
tal harm or harm to human
health.
Here are a few things
you can do to help stop the
spread of invasive species.
Do some research.
Learn what's invasive in
your city, region or state.
Identify which species
might be growing in your
backyard or neighborhood.
Check your own landscape,
vacant lots, roadsides, wet-
lands, ponds and lakes.
Early detection is crucial
to stopping the spread of
invasive species. Visit the
UF/IFAS Center for Aquat-
ic and Invasive Plants web-
site at plants.ifas.ufl.edu/
to view recognition cards
of invasive species you
should know.
Join in an eradication
effort. Many parks and na-
ture reserves manually re-
move invasive plants with
the help of local volunteers.
These outings are a great
way to gain the satisfaction
of knowing that you're help-
ing to protect your natural
heritage.
Become a "citizen sci-
entist." Spending time out-
doors can be a very reward-
ing way to combat invasive
species. Whether you are
collecting scientific data
to be used by local, state,
or national agencies and
organizations or actually
helping get rid of invasive
plants and animals, you


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and personal the impacts
of invasive species and the
results of your efforts. Visit
Citizen Science Central
at www.birds.cornell.edu/
citscitoolkit to learn more.
Spend an afternoon at
a botanic garden, park or
natural area and famil-


iarize yourself with the
native flora and fauna in
your area. There are many
field guides available that
will help you learn native
plants. The book Florida's
Best Native Landscape
Plants is a guide that pres-
ents native plant species
that are readily available


in retail and wholesale out-
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to escape to become inva-
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that work well in any type
of garden design. Because
maintaining native plants
requires less work, they
provide excellent choices
for large, commercial land-
scapes as well as residen-
tial gardens.
One of the most effec-
tive ways to manage inva-
sive species is for recre-
ationalists such as boaters,
fishermen, pet owners and
gardeners to avoid being
dispersal agents. Here are
some everyday things you
can do to meet the invasive
species challenge.
Boaters should clean,
drain, and dry your boat
trailer and gear every time
you leave a body of water.
Pet owners should not
release undesirable pets
or fish species into the
environment. Visit www.
habitattitude.net/ to learn
more.


Gardeners should be
plant wise. Not all non-
native species are bad, but
some plants in your garden
might be harmful invaders
that will make their way
into natural areas. Visit the
Florida-friendly plant data-
base at www.floridayards.
org/fyplants/index.php.
Invasive species are not
only problematic, they are
costly to remove and con-
trol. Think locally and act
neighborly by telling your
friends, family, neighbors
and others about invasive
species.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agentfor Santa
Rosa County. The use of
trade names, if used in
this article, is solely for the
purpose of providing spe-
cific information. It is not
a guarantee, warranty, or
endorsement of the prod-
uct name(s) and does not
signify that they are ap-
proved to the exclusion of
others.
For additional infor-
mation about all of the
county extension services
and other articles of inter-
est go to: santarosa.ifas.
ufl.edu.


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can be exempt, he will
have to file for an exemp-
tion and hand over paper-
work on his property from
the previous five years.
That would mean au-
thorities with the FDA and
Homeland Security would
be able to investigate
his farm, and Earnshaw
would have to identify any
hazardous material in-
cluding his homemade
fertilizer, which he says
is key to keeping his farm
organic.
"I'm just not going to
do it," he said. "It's already
affected the farming in-
dustry, and if regulations
continue to be passed it's
going to increase the cost
of produce by 35 percent. I
don't want to see that hap-
pen."
He says he will continue
to grow organically.
"I'm going to do it any-
way," Earnshaw said.
"That's the whole basis of
my 'Outlaw Farming' (Co-
op) they'll have to catch
me selling to the public.
"They can't stop me
from farming."


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Wednesday, February 29, 2012 www. srpre s s g a z ette. com Page 8


OUR VIEW



Bigger is not



always better


A big tip of the hat
goes to the 15 people
who have finalized a
plan for Santa Rosa
County Commissioners
regarding the new face of
economic development.
It was not easy, but
they took on the task and
did a yeoman's job.
While they have made
their recommendations,
we feel there should be
some points brought to
the public's attention.
First, despite what
many may think, 25
members is not an ideal
number for an executive
committee.
There were many
problems with 15 on a
committee, so how did
anyone think it would be
better with 25?
We think a good
number would be eight
or nine, with five of those
members appointed by
the county commission.
The remaining four
seats could be filled
by a combination of
representatives from
the incorporated
cities and elected
representatives) of the
private sector, which
invests.
Now, before members
of the private sector
get upset at limited
representation, let us
explain why we suggest
limiting your number of
seats.
In the old method
utilized by TEAM, many
of the private sector
members could not talk,
meet or even welcome a
prospect.
If any two board
members met a
prospect, they would be
in violation of Florida's
Sunshine laws.
With this plan of eight
or nine, many private
sector businesses could
support economic
development, but also
have the chance to
participate and talk to
prospects and make
them feel welcome or
provide information
during their visits.
If you need to make
them feel involved,
why not put them on
committees which would
report to the executive
board? Since the board
would be handling the
county's money, it would
fall under Florida's
Sunshine Law.
The lower
committees would not.
Now, some might
disagree and think
that TEAM's current


Our leaders took
a big step with
this
undertaking
and let's hope
when the
dust settles,
everyone gets
it right. This
is not just our

future, but also
thefuturefor
our children.
Let's make sure
we get this
decision right.


structure is fine.
If that is the case, why
didn't the Santa Rosa
County Commission
choose to renew TEAM's
contract?
There was a reason
for looking at how we do
business here in Santa
Rosa County.
With the new plan,
the only thing that has
really been accomplished
is ridding TEAM of its
Executive Director, Cindy
Anderson.
This idea does have
its negatives, but it is
something different and
should be considered to
give our business leaders
the opportunity to do
business.
Many might not wish
to support TEAM Santa
Rosa because they could
be put on the board and,
by doing so, become
handcuffed.
With our plan, they
would have the ability to
elect a representative
to the full executive
board or simply seek
placement by the private
membership.
The best part of this
board election is that
all businesses, large or
small, have an equal
voice.
Our leaders took
a big step with this
undertaking and let's
hope when the dust
settles, everyone gets it
right.
This is not just our
future, but also the future
for our children.
Let's make sure we
get this decision right.


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR


Septic tank legislation update


I know that the 81,000
residents in Santa Rosa
County who are on
septic tanks have been
concerned about what is
happening with the repeal
of the mandated septic
tank inspection law. I am
submitting this information
for your benefit.
The mandated septic
tank inspection language
contained in SB550 became
law in 2010. Many bills
were presented in the
2011 session that called
for a repeal of 2010-
201, (commonly known
as SB550), all of these
repeals failed. However,
language was put into a
budget implementing a
bill that prohibited the
Department of Health
(DOH) from expending
funds to establish the
inspection program until
it submitted a plan to
the Legislative Budget
Commission if approved,
the DOH would then be able
to expend funds to begin
implementation. Currently,
the DOH has not submitted
a plan to the LBC for
approval.
These are the current
bills for the 2012 Session:
HB999 This bill has gone


through all of the House
committee's favorably.
SB820 the companion bill
in the Senate is not moving.
The information I have
received is that the chair
for the Budget Committee,
Senator J.D. Alexander is
upset with Senator Charles
Dean, the sponsor of SB820
and will not allow it to be
heard in the committee. In
checking the Senate Budget
Committee calendar in
preparation for writing
this article SB820 is not on
the calendar for the last
Budget committee meeting
scheduled for Feb. 28.
Other bills which have
septic tank inspection
repeal language in them are
SB1824 and HB1263 This
is a very large health bill
that has had the septic
tank repeal language from
HB999 and SB820 written
into it which could carry
out the intentions of the two
bills, including a repeal of
the septic tank mandate.
As of Feb. 22, SB1824 is in
Governmental Oversight
and Accountability. As of
Feb. 23, HB1263 (companion
bill) is in Pending Review
of Committee Substitute,
CS/CS by Appropriations
Committee.


At the writing of this
article, the current status
of these bills are as follows:
HB999's companion bill
SB820 in the Senate is
apparently held up for
political reasons and will
likely die. As of Feb. 24,
SB1824 and HB1263 are not
moving and the information
I have received is that the
Governor is not happy with
portions of the bill which
deal with major changes in
the Department of Health.
Amendments could be
made on the portions that
the Governor is not happy
with so there is still a
possibility these bills could
move. However if these
two bills do not move, then
we have no septic tank
repeal possibilities through
the "normal" legislative
channels.
Of course, there is
always the possibility of
maneuvers from the Senate
floor, even if none of the bills
above get to the floor. This is
not my favorite part of law-
making that legislators have
the power to do, but it does
happens. If nothing happens
through normal legislative
procedures with any of
these bills, or something is
not played on the Senate


floor, we are probably OK
because implementation
of the mandated septic
tank inspections can't
happen because the DOH
has to present a plan to
the Legislative Budget
Commission before the law
can be implemented. With
the Department of Health
in major reconstruction,
I'm sure trying to come up
with the funds to implement
this will be the last thing on
their minds. Holding onto
jobs will be first concern.
However, we will watch it
very carefully as we do not
need this law to stay on
the books. It needs to be
repealed.
Another component in
all of this is the redistricting
and the re-election of every
senator and representative
in our state. Politics with
bills are at their peak at
times like this. I am not
optimistic about any of
these bills passing for many
reasons, but The Tea Party
Network will not give up
the fight for the 2.6 million
septic tank owners in the
State of Florida. We will
make our plans for Session
2013. Watch for updates.
Sharon Glass
Pace


The GOP gets in the weeds again


"When Ijoined the
military it was illegal to be
homosexual; then it became
optional; and now it's legal.
I'm getting out before they
make it mandatory."
Gunnery Sgt. Harry
Berres, USMC

Rick Santorum is on a
roll. He reminds me of a
man running for mayor with
the intention of outlawing
dirty dancing if he is elected.
I sense Santorum wants
to be president in order to
get back at that girl in high
school who would not go out
with him.
But don't start fitting
Santorum for his inaugural
sweater vest just yet.
Gaining steam on
economic issues, the only
ones that really matter,
Republicans do what
they always do. They lose
momentum by not being
able to overcome their
basic instinct to inject
their own religion into the
policy debate, sending us
libertarians and moderates
back to "undecided."
Santorum advocates
this fusion of faith and
politics so much that he is
now saying that we need to
become more of a religious
government. That way,
when we are more of a
theocracy, we will be better
prepared to fight other
countries run by religious
leaders, like Iran.
Obama blames
everything bad that
happens on Bush, while the


religious wing of
the GOP blames
everything on gay
marriage. They
seem to fear the
alarming trend of
allowing gays and
women to serve
in some positions
in the military
is somehow
undermining our cultu
So far, the only conflict
involving gays serving
openly was a small ker
in the barracks when
the Tony Awards were
broadcast on the same
as Sunday Night Footb
The politicians who
never served are the or
who get all bent out of s
about gays in the militia
The only presidential
candidate who actually
served in the military,
Paul, does not care if a
person wants to risk hi
for his country. But to b
fair, if you are a Marine
you let a gay guy get up
you, you probably need
rethink your career chi
Their vacillating
positions and some
debates have cause
GOP to get in the weed
over issues that really
not matter. They are m
to seem judgmental, ar
they find themselves al
odds with more and me
Americans as we watcl
them battle to appease
social conservatives of
party.
This was exemplified
with the issue ofwome


contraceptive rights
and Obamacare's
requirement that
religious institutions
S_ provide birth control
insurance coverage
to their employees.
HART TAL So a Methodist
ARn HTAK like me, while at
ar Catholic Georgetown
University, could
re. not get birth control.
Fortunately, I could rely
on my own form of birth
fuffle control: a personality that
steadfastly kept me from
appealing sexually to
night women.
all. To paraphrase "Saturday
Night Live," 98 percent of
nes Catholic women say they
shape have used some form of
iry. birth control, which goes
against the teachings of
their church. The 2 percent
Ron of women who did not use
gay birth control are the ones
s life always trying to get the
be church to start a softball
and team.
pon Perhaps just so
Sto the liberal academic
voice. establishment could tweak
the right cheek of its native
150 son, Santorum, some
d the Pennsylvania colleges
Is started selling condoms
do in the boys' bathrooms on
ade campus. And now women
id can get the morning-after
t pill in campus health clinics.
ore I guess the morning-after
h pill is for those women who
the date guys who couldn't
their come up with the exact
change for the condom
*d machine the night before.
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insurance should not be
required of us libertarians
and Republicans. Without
government-mandated
health insurance, private
sector employers and
employees could choose
from the free market the
health services they wanted
at the price they were
willing to pay. It would sort
itself out. But now that
this is an issue, it is clear
how quickly government
intrusion into our private
lives can push us down
a slippery slope. As it is
almost all the time, the right
answer is for government to
get out of the way.
When the GOP wades
into the thicket of pushing
its religious values on the
rest of the population,
it loses traction. To the
more scientifically-
minded moderates,
Obama suddenly looks
appealing. Yes, abortion
and "reproductive rights"
are the fashionable cover
under which liberals can
be racists and not admit it.
But when the GOP limits
citizens' choices, when it
strays from core principles
of minimal government and
personal responsibility, it
looks hypocritical and it
loses supporters.

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Weekly MEETINGS


Tuesday
Milton Rotary Club
Time: noon
Place: Red Barn BBQ,
5887 U.S. 90, Milton
Contact: Abby
Wiggins, 981-3352,
awiggins@ubankfl.com

Wednesday
Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa
Sunrise
Time: 7 a.m.
Place: Tanglewood
Golf Club, 5916
Tanglewood Drive,
Milton
Contact: Penny Nichols


Wilson, 982-7204

Kiwanis Club of Milton
Time: noon
Contact: Jimmie
Melvin, 686-2176,
jimmiemelvin@
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Thursday
Pace Rotary Club
Time: 7 a.m.
Place: Stonebrook
Golf Club, 3200
Cobblestone Drive,
Pace
Contact: Frank Riehle,
435-8300, friehle@scg-
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assets reflect a staggering $84,484,039.
"That tells you something about how
this area has grown," Dotson said.
Revenues have enlarged during
the past 21 years from $184,806 to its
latest audit figure of $8,627,287. And
its nine employees at the time of his
appointment have grown to 42 today, he
also pointed out.
Four thousand water subscribers
were being serviced when Dotson began
his management job. Today there are
more than 13,000 water customers and
6,000 sewer connections. The system is
operating 11 wells.
Another significant development
during Dotson's administration was
the reduction of the system's board of
directors from nine to six. That change
came as the group realized six members
could work more closely together for
the advancement of the system's affairs
than could nine.
"It was a good move which has
proven to be worthy of its adoption,"
Dotson said.
"It's been a great twenty years or so,
and we have been met with a great deal
of success." But he pointed out that the
apparent growth and development was
managed by a crew as a team effort.
"I don't care who you are, you don't
do it alone. I've got good people who
know their jobs and are very good at
what they do. I could never have done
what has been done without them."
But this story is about Ted Dotson,
his retirement and his future activities,
not the Pace Water System, although it
might seem so. It's just that he and the
system are so closely tied to each other,
one affecting the other, that it must
share a significant role in his lifestyle
and his very existence. After all, he
pointed out himself, "You spend more
time on the job and with your employees
than you ordinarily do with your family."
It's true a person must be prepared
for the aftershock, so to speak, of
retirement from a routine that's been 21
years in the making. But Dotson thinks
he has it mapped out pretty well. He has
a large workshop on his property that he
can tinker around in, taking refuge "...
out of the sound of his wife's voice."
A 16-year-old grandson, Jonathan,
and a 6-year-old granddaughter,
Trace, are dear to him, and he'll have
more time to enjoy them and possibly
become a more involved grandfather.
Too, there's enough space for a
garden where he might try his hand at
cultivating a few vegetables. And both
he and his wife are looking forward to
doing some traveling now that he will


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have the time.
But to really understand the
transition and what he will have
to overcome, you must know more
about Ted Dotson. Judging from his
work-related activities, he has always
been a busy person. A keen sense of
community led him to become active
in a significant number of clubs and
charity organizations.
Dotson hails from the small
Tennessee town of Jellico, 60 miles
north of Knoxville, which will always be
dear to his heart. He keeps in touch with
some of his classmates and is looking
forward to his 50th reunion in 2014. He
and his wife visited there in 2009 for the
45th reunion.
He completed his military obligation
in the Navy, and while he was stationed
in Pensacola, he met and married his
wife, Judie, who he characterizes as
his "Chumuckla farm girl." They were
married in 1969 and have spent the last
43 years together.
Judie had her own career, retiring
from work at Air Products.
Over the years, Dotson has been
involved in such organizations as
Family Promise, United Way, Pace
Chamber of Commerce, Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce and
Lions Club, among others. He served
as president of the Lions Club during
its 1992-93 year and as president of the
Pace Chamber one year during this
past decade.
He was named Pace Community
Leader of the Year by the Pace
Chamber of Commerce in 2008.
Dotson's name was nearly a
household word during the first eight
years of the '80s. He was elected to two
terms ending in 1988 on the Santa Rosa
County School Board.
Dotson said he is leaving the general
manager's responsibilities in good
hands. Engineer Damon Boutwell will
begin serving as interim manager
effective March 1. Boutwell has some
10 years in service and has been in
"training" to take over the office for
some time.
Dotson's presence will be missed,
said those who work closely with him.
After 21 years on the job, he will miss
being there, too. But the lure of fewer
responsibilities and more free time to do
"whatever he wants" is strong, and he
feels that adjustment won't be a hassle.
And there will be fewer times he will
be forced to remember his retiring day.
Retiring on Feb. 29 in a leap year means
he will have a retirement anniversary
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throughout the day. These events
include the pulpwood toss, cross-cut
sawing, log rolling, knife and axe
throwing, as well as bow sawing.
Competitors must be 16 or older to
compete in the adult division. There
is a $3 participation fee for the first
event and $1 per person fee for each
additional event.
In addition to the adult forestry '
skills competition, there will be events
for children ages 12 and under from
8-11 a.m. and for juniors ages 13 to 15
from 11 a.m. to noon.
Children, senior citizens and high
school students compete for free.
The day also will feature wildlife
exhibits, food, bluegrass music, -
children's activities and nature
exhibits. -
While at the festival, visitors will
have the opportunity to learn about
environmental degree programs
offered by Pensacola State and the
University of Florida at the Milton -
campus. ''
Also, while supplies last, festival- '
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Picking and grinning at its best

By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com

F or many locals, there's nothing like
hearing some picking and grinning.
And there was a lot of that going on
Saturday night at the Pensacola State
College campus in Milton.
The campus invited the Gulf Coast
Bluegrass Music Association and two bluegrass
bands to entertain about 100 locals.
On the fourth Saturday of each month,
except in December, the GCBMA takes over
the student affairs building on the campus for
jam sessions that include many Gulf Coast blue
grass bands.
This past Saturday, visitors were entertained
by the Wayfarers from Daphne, Ala., and TheA
Rail, from Century.
The jam session started at 6 p min \ ith
the Wayfarers and The Rail htolloh\ed thern-
performance at 7 p in
Food and drinks i\ ere sold to h benefit the
GCBMA. Tickets w ere $5 rii nonii-GCBNIA
members and $3 for Iemi1bers
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Mr & Miss PHSwinners
On Friday, February 17, 2012, some very talented young
men and women awed the crowd at the Mr and Miss
PHS Pageant. Ten young men and eleven young women
competed for the respective titles. The three male finalists
were Levi Leet, Garrett Metzler, and Brent Wilson, and
after the crowd voted with their yelling and stomping,
Mr. Brent Wilson was crowned Mr. PHS. For the ladies,
Miss Brittany Denny was named third runners up; Miss
Mallory Kennedy 2nd runner up, Miss Stephanie Craig 1st
runner up, and Miss Karly Danos was named the 2012
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and Karly Danos won the Most Talented award in their
gender. The People's Choice Award winners were Ronann
Carrero and Brooke Brinson. Hannah Kimball was named
Most Photogenic, and Kelsey Micko was named Miss
Congeniality.


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Ip(oming Sporting Events
March 1
Track @ Home 4:00 PM
Freshmen Baseball @ Tate 6:00 PM
Softball @ Home JV-4:30 PM, Varsity-6:30 PM
Freshmen Softball @ Milton 6:00 PM
Tennis @ Pine Forest 3:30 PM


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JV Baseball @ Home 6:00 PM
March 3
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March 5
Freshmen Baseball @ Gulf Breeze 6:00 PM
Freshmen Softball @ Home 6:00 PM
Boys Weightlifting @ Milton 4:00 PM
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myself. It has meant everything to me. It has
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News BRIEFS


City of Milton meetings
City of Milton
Stormwater Management
Committee will meet at 8
a.m. March 1 in Conference
Room B at Milton City Hall.
City of Milton Public
Safety Committee will
meet at 9 a.m. March 1 in
Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
Milton's City Council will
meet in Executive Session
on at 4 p.m. March 5 in the
Council Chambers at City
Hall.
Milton's Technology
Committee will meet
at 8 a.m. March 12 in
Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
City of Milton's City
Council will meet in regular
session on at 5 p.m. March
13 in the Council Chambers
at Milton City Hall.
Milton's Ordinance
Review Committee will
meet March 15 at 8 a.m.
in Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
City of Milton's Finance
Committee will meet
at 9 a.m. March 15 in
Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
City of Milton's
Administration Committee
will meet at 10 a.m. March
15 in Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
Milton's Public Works
Committee will meet
at 8 a.m. March 22 in
Conference Room B at
Milton City Hall.
For more information,
contact the city manager's
office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

Pace Fire Rescue


District Fundraiser
The Pace Fire Rescue
District is sponsoring a
fundraiser this year. This
fundraiser goes toward the
department's Benevolent
Find, which is set up to help
the families who lost their
home due to fire. It is also
used for, during hardship
times, fire department
members and families
that the department gives
flowers, food, etc. This is
the only fundraiser the
department does each
year. The department
appreciates all the
donations they receive
and hope that you will do
a portrait or donate to this
cause. The fundraiser will
go from March to June of
this year. If you have any
questions you can call the
department at 994-6884.

Milton Caregiver
Support Group
Council on Aging of
West Florida will host a
Milton Caregiver Support
Group Meeting at 6 p.m. on
March 1. There is no cost
and the public is invited.
Reservations are not
required. The meeting will
be held at St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church at 6451
Park Avenue. The group
meets on the first Thursday
of each month at the same
time and location. County
residency is not required
to attend. The support
group is designed to reduce
stress, increase coping
skills, provide strategies
for effective management
of care giving tasks and
enable caregivers to provide
high quality care in the


Turman's celebrate 40th Anniversary

Lewis Turman and Peggy Allen Tripp were mar-
ried on March 4,1972. The ceremony was performed
at First Baptist in Milton by Dr. Joe Bamberg. The
couple are the parents of Dana Turman of Pensac-
ola, Gregory Turman of Pace, and Hope Chalmers
of Gulf Shores, Ala. They have two granddaughters;
Kelly and Kattie 'Trman. They also have three
grandsons; Dylan and Cameron Chalmers and Kai-
ne Turman. The couple will celebrate with family
and friends with an intimate dinner at Christiano's
in Santa Rosa Beach.




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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I have two questions. Please
enlighten me on Deuteronomy 22:5 about women dress-
ing like men. Also, what does the bible say about women
preaching or teaching? I enjoy your articles." PG.
Milton
Dear Mrs. G.,
Thank you for your kind words about my articles and
thank you for being a loyal reader.
Your first question concerns the following biblical
passage -
Deuteronomy 22:5
A woman must not wear men's clothing, nor a man
wear women's clothing, for the LORD your God
detests anyone who does this.
The context of this passage is that men should be men
and dress like men and women should be women and
dress like women. Some have held to a very strict inter-
pretation of this scripture reading and legalistically
demanded that a woman should always wear a dress, for
example. The context here is not so much to declare a cer-
tain type of attire for a man or a woman so much as it is a
statement against homosexual tendencies and gender con-
fusion within a society. Societal "dress" and customs con-
tinually change. The passage is a clear statement that men
and women are distinct creations of God and should act,
dress, and conduct themselves accordingly. A woman has
no business purposely dressing to "look like a man." Nor
does a man have any business dressing to "look like a
woman."
Your second question can get a bit more complex. I
have produced a full length DVD on this topic. You can
get it through our church office. Let me give you the
quick, Biblical answer here. A woman is permitted to
preach and teach in the church. She is not permitted, how-
ever, to teach or to instruct the men, especially in a way
that takes leadership authority over the men or the church.
She can preach/teach to women or youth, for example, but
she may not, biblically, preach to the church and instruct
and direct the church. I hope this brief answer addresses
the crux of your question.
Thank you again, for reading my articles and writing in to
ask a question. God bless you!
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home. The programs are
sponsored by Council on
Aging of West Florida, the
State of Florida Department
of Elder Affairs and the
Northwest Florida Area
Agency on Aging. For more
information, call 432-1475.

NARFE Chapter 917
meeting
The National Active and
Retired Federal Employees,
Chapter 917, will hold their
regular monthly meeting
at 10:45 a.m. March 1 at
Ryan's Restaurant, U.S.
Highway 90 in Pace. Our
speaker will be Rolando
Cruz from Gentiva speaking
on senior fitness. All
active or retired federal
employees are invited
to attend. After a short
business meeting there will
be at Dutch-treat lunch. For
more information contact
Dorothy Griggers at 626
2569.

Central Santa Rosa
Republican meeting
The Central Santa Rosa
County Republican Club
will be holding its monthly
meeting on March 1 at the
Red Barn on U.S. Highway
90, Milton. A no host meal
will start at 5:30 p.m. with
meeting/presentation to
follow at 6:30 p.m. This
month's invited guest
speakers will be candidates
for the elected office of
County Commissioner
District 3 Mr. Don
Salter, also speaking will
be Joseph Pool who is
running for District 2
School Board and for State
Senate Seat District 2
Jayer Williamson. Guest
speakers will be taking this
opportunity to present their
platform for the upcoming
election. So come visit
us and bring a friend, we
look forward to meeting
you. Club dues are $12 a
year and the year starts in
March, come listen then
join.

Community CPR
at Milton Fire
Department
The City of Milton Fire
Department will again
offer their Community
CPR and AED course on
March 3. They will also
offer their Basic First Aid
course the same day. These
four-hour classes will teach
students the simple skills
necessary to provide basic
life support, including
recognition of signs of
sudden cardiac arrest,
heart attack, stroke, and
foreign-body obstruction,
as well as cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR)
and defibrillation with
an automated external
defibrillator (AED). This
program is intended for
community members and
people who do not work in
the healthcare field but are
required or just desire to
have First Aid, CPR, and
AED knowledge and skills.
Students who successfully
complete the courses)
will receive certification
through American Safety
and Health Institute.
The CPR/AED class
costs $15, and will begin at 8
a.m. on March 3. The First
Aid class costs $15, and
will begin at the conclusion
of the CPR class. Both
classes will be held in the
Training Room of the City
of Milton Fire Department
on Stewart Street. Space
is limited. Those wishing
to attend should call 983-
5430 to reserve a seat.
Pre-payment is requested
in order to insure a seat,
and to obtain a student
handbook to prepare for the
class.

SRC Democrats
monthly yard sale
The Santa Rosa County
Democrats Monthly Yard
Sale will be held on March 3
from 8:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at
5746 Stewart Street, Milton.
Items for sale will include


toys, stuffed animals, books,
kitchen items, glassware,
tools, technology, and many
miscellaneous items. In
addition, there will be


furniture and garden
equipment for sale. For
information on delivery of
items for donation, call DEC
Headquarters, 10 a.m. to
noon, Monday, Wednesday,
or Friday, at 623-2345.


The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association
continues its 2012 Lecture
Series with Dr. Norman W
Haines Jr, founder of the
Civil War Soldiers Museum
in downtown Pensacola.
The museum exhibits the
private collection of Dr.
Haines, a local physician,
who began collecting as
a boy near the Antietam
Battlefield. Dr. Haines
is an expert on Civil War
medicine and methods and
will be discussing "Microbes
and Minne Balls, Medicine
in the Civil War."
The presentation will be
held Saturday, March 3rd,
10:00 a.m. at the Bagdad
Village Museum, 4512
Church Street, Bagdad, with
refreshments following.
There is no cost and all
are welcome. For more
information on the lecture
series or the Bagdad Village
Preservation Association,
call 293-5349 or visit the
association's web site at
www.bagdadvillage.org.

Navarre Garden Club
General Membership
Meeting
The Navarre Garden
Club will hold their monthly
meeting on March 6. It
will be held at the Tuscan
Grill, Hidden Creek Golf
Club. Social time begins
at 9 a.m. with the meeting
starting at 9:15 a.m. March's
speaker is Chuck Slander.
He will present a program
on Stepables/Ground
Covers. Many activities are
schedule throughout the
month of March. Members
will be working with
Adopt-A-Highway along
U.S. Highway 87 on March
8. Members may also
participate in a horticulture
class, arts and crafts, a
floral design group and a
horticulture study groups
during the month.

Santa Rosa County
Republican Meeting
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold
its next monthly meeting
and Dutch Treat Dinner at
The Club at Hidden Creek,
in Navarre, at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 6. The
featured speaker will be:
Mr. Greg Brown, Santa
Rosa County Property
Appraiser. Mr Brown is a
candidate for re-election.
For additional information
please contact, Morgan
Lamb, President of The
Republican Club of Santa
Rosa County at 939 2409.

Kickin' for Education
The Santa Rosa
Education Foundation will
hold the second annual
Kickin' for Education event
March 8 from 5:30 8:30
p.m. at the Chumuckla
Farmers' Opry. A sit
down dinner will run from
5:30 -7 p.m. with the
entertainment starting
at 7 p.m. Entertainment
will be provided by Sandy
Wyatt and the Sawmill
Band with guest vocalists
Johnny Rogers and friends.
There will be silent and
live auctions as well as
decorative tablescape
designs and a best looking
cowboy and cowgirl contest.
Tickets are $25 a person.
For more information call
983-5043.

Milton Garden Club's
'Luck of the Irish'
The Morning Glory
Circle of the Milton Garden
Club will present its Annual
"Luck of the Irish" silent
auction on Friday from
10 a.m. to noon, March
9, 5256 Alabama Street,
Milton. Entrance charge
is $7, which includes
refreshments and a book of
five silent auction tickets.


Plants and miscellaneous
items will be offered. This
is an annual event the
members look forward to
with anticipation. Come join
us. For more information
call 983-7268 or 626-2003.


Mar. 10
Arcadia Mill
Archaeological Site will
host its spring 2012 open
house on from 10 a.m. -2
p.m.. March 10. The event
is free and open to the
public. The Arcadia Mill
staff invites visitors to tour
the Discovery Pavilion,
museum exhibit, and site
grounds.
This event will
feature multiple vendors,
demonstrators, Civil War
reenactors, and numerous
children's activities. In
addition, Brian Rucker,
Ph.D., will be signing copies
of his new book, "Treasures
of the Panhandle: A Journey
through West Florida."
Arcadia Mill
Archaeological Site is at
5709 Mill Pond Lane in
Milton.

Child Care Center
Garage Sale
The Milton Child Care
Center will conduct its
annual garage sale from 7
a.m. to noon March 10 in the
Milton High School parking
lot on Park Ave. Donated
items are needed for the
sale and will be accepted
at the Child Care Center.
Proceeds from the sale
will be used by the parents
and teachers to take field
trips. The Milton Child Care
Center offers care and early
learning for infants to five
year olds. Anyone who has
item to donate may call,
983-5315.

Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa
Rosa County
The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc., will hold its
general board meeting
March 12 at 4 p.m. at their
office location 5907 Berryhill
Rd. in Milton. For further
information contact the
Healthy Start Coalition at
626-6751.

College Scholarship
Opportunity
Santa Rosa County
Supervisor of Elections Ann
W. Bodenstein is accepting
applications for a $1,200
college scholarship to be
awarded this summer
by the Florida State
Association of Supervisors
of Elections for the
2012 school year. The
scholarship is available
to juniors or seniors
attending an accredited
Florida university or
college with a major in
political science, public or
business administration,
or journalism/mass
communications.
Visit www.santarosa.
fl.gov/elections/index.cfm
for an application and full
eligibility requirements.
Applications are due
March 19.

Pace High Class
Reunion
Pace High School Class
of 1982 members need to
mark their calendars for
its 30-year class reunion.
Reunion dates are June 22
and June 23. For more info,
please call 686-2334.

Milton Class of 1972
Reunion
Milton High School
Class of 1972 is making
plans for their 40th Class
Reunion. We have set
the dates June 15th will
be a casual mixer at the
Jarinas Farm and 16th
will be at the Imogene
Theater. Now we need
your help finding all those
missing classmate. If you
are a classmate or know a
classmate please email us


Bagdad Lecture Series Arcadia Mill
"Medicine in the Archaeological Site to
Civil War" host open house


ABH1 Ryan Parrish or
ABH1 Tywron Harris, by
calling 623-7012, or by email:
ryan.s.parrishl @navy.mil,
tywon.harris@navy.mil.


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72mhsreunion@att.net or
call/text 293-0293. We will
have a planning meeting
at 6 p.m. on March 8th at
Dennis Mayeaux's home
if you would like to help
please join us.

Bagdad Bulldog Bash
Bagdad Elementary
will be having its Annual
Bulldog Bash at Bagdad
Community Park from 11
a.m. 2 p.m. on March
31. Food, Fun and Games
for the community! We
are currently looking for
vendors who would like
to set up booths at our
festival. Come join us and
sell your hand crafted
items or home based
business products. Vendor
fee is $20 Contact Kerrie
Densman at 449-5970
or kdensman@yahoo.
com if you are interested
in having a booth at the
festival. Application and
payment must be received
by March 26, 2012.

Al-Anon meetings
Al-Anon meets at 7:30
p.m. every Tuesday in the
portable behind Woodbine
United Methodist Church.
They also have a Spanish
meeting at St. Rose of
Lima Church at 10 a.m.
every Friday in Room 2 of
the Educational Building.
Al-Anon is a support group
for family members of
people who have alcohol
abuse issues.

English as a Second
Language Classes
Santa Rosa Adult
School is offering English
as a Second Language
classes to aid the growing
population of non-native
English speakers in the
area. The classes will
provide life skills that are
needed in reading, writing,
and speaking English.
The program's goal is to
help students function
effectively in their daily
routines.
Classes are $30 per
term with proof of Florida
residency for the last 12
months. The classes are
$120 per term without
proof of residency. Classes
are from 8:30 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, Wednesdays,
and Thursdays. Students
may enroll at any time
during the term. All
classes will be held
at the Adult Learning
Center, 6751 Berryhill
Street, Milton. For more
information, call 983-5165
or 983-5710.

Veterans Upward
Bound offers free
refresher courses for
vets and more!
If you are a military
veteran wanting to achieve
your dream of a college
education, the Veterans
Upward Bound program
at Pensacola State College
can help. The program
prepares eligible veterans
for entry into college with
free non-credit refresher
courses and helps veterans
apply for financial aid and
scholarships. Classes are
available throughout the
year.
Stop at the Veterans
Upward Bound office
in Building 6 on the
Pensacola campus, or
call 484-2068 to set up an
appointment.

Call for Habitat
Habitat for Humanity,
a volunteer program that
specializes in building/
rebuilding homes for
low-income families,
is in desperate need of
volunteers. There are
several new / on-going
projects in both Escambia
and Santa Rosa County. If
you can use a hammer, you
can help.
If you have any questions
or want to volunteer,
please contact the NASWF
Volunteer Coordinators,


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Dr. Noel Spurlock, Dr. Forrest Faulkner and Dr. Ed
Faulkner are out to save lives by offering free
enhanced oral cancer screening in honor of Dental
Health Month and Oral
Cancer Awareness month.

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is a national, non-profit
entity designed to reduce
suffering and save lives.
As part of The Oral oY,
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campaign to drive public aware-
ness of oral cancer, Advanced Dental
Concepts is instilling in the public's mind
the need for an annual screeningfor this
disease as recommended by the American
Dental Association.
Studies have linked oral cancer with the
presence of HPV-16 and HPV-18 viruses;
and now the new face of oral cancer is the
younger population ages 25-50 and non-
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only 3 minutes.
An oral cancer screening should
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proficiency. Small detachments of ing required runway maintenance


Special to the Press Gazette

FA-18 aircraft, which normally
use Navy Auxiliary Landing Field
Fentress in Virginia, will be using
Navy Outlying Landing Field Choc-
taw to meet its training require-
ments while NALF Fentress is tem-
porarily closed. The detachments
will train periodically from Pensac-
ola Naval Air Station through late
2012.
NOLF Choctaw is one of NAS
Whiting Field's 13 outlying landing
areas and is the only one capable
of meeting the requirements for
simulated aircraft carrier land-
ings. These landings are required


and repairs which completely shut
down the airfield through October
2012. The temporary detachments
will resume training at NALF Fen-
tress when repairs are complete.
Because of the increased car-
rier landing operations at NOLF
Choctaw, area residents likely will
see and hear some increased ac-
tivity. We are sensitive to commu-
nity concerns associated with these
changes. The Navy will mitigate the
amount of noise where possible.
The first such detachment will
operate at NOLF Choctaw from
March 1-10.


UWF's Larry Strain wins PACE Award


Special to the Press Gazette
Larry Strain, director of the
Small Business Development Cen-
ter at the University of West Flor-
ida, won the 2012 Pensacola Area
Commitment to Excellence Pro-
fessional Leader of the Year award
Tuesday, Feb. 21.
"I am honored and humbled to
be the 2012 Pace Award Profession-
al Leader of the Year," Strain said.
"To be recognized by my peers for
doing the things I am passionate
about is truly special. It has been
and is my goal to try to make our
region and our community a better
place to live, work and play each
and every day. I am simply thrilled
about the recognition this award
brings to the SBDC and UWE"


The staff at the SBDC nomi-
nated Strain because of the impact
he had on Gulf Coast businesses
after the BP/Deepwater Horizon
Oil Spill.
In the aftermath of the oil spill,
Strain worked with numerous
area Chambers of Commerce and
business groups to increase expo-
sure of the services offered by the
SBDC.
Strain was also interviewed by
many regional and national media
outlets and spoke at length about
the community he was dedicated
to serve and the services that UWF
offered to assist in the aftermath.
Because of his efforts, Strain
has been nominated for and won
multiple area awards.
"The Pensacola Bay Area


Chamber of Commerce is proud to
honor Larry Strain as Profession-
al Leader of the Year," said Carol
Carlan, vice chair of membership
and investor development for the
Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce. "Larry's dedication to
this area is incredibly encourag-
ing and we appreciate his support
throughout his career."
According to the Pensacola
Bay Area Chamber of Commerce,
this award goes to someone who
"not only works with his team to
achieve success and goals, to have
the mindset of one who is deter-
mined among all hurdles, but also
one who is able to regain and re-
tain a professional composure and
encourage the community in the
midst of a crisis."


FBI warns of new banking phishing scam


By David McMillin
Bankrate.com
Some crafty criminals are aim-
ing to steal one of the most valu-
able pieces of your personal prop-
erty: your banking information.
In a new warning, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation warns ac-
count holders of a new spam email
scheme that involves a type of mal-
ware called "Gameover."
The scheme involves fake
emails from the National Automat-
ed Clearing House Association, the
Federal Reserve or the FDIC.
These messages attempt to
trick recipients into clicking on a
link to resolve some type of issue
with their accounts or a recent
ACH transaction. Once you click on
the link, Gameover takes over your
computer, and thieves can steal


usernames, passwords and your
money.
The FBI also warns that the
thieves' hacking capabilities can
navigate around common user au-
thentication methods banks use to
verify your identity, which is cer-
tainly a cause for concern. Those
additional authentication steps
- often personal questions, birth
dates or other pieces of private in-
formation are meant to provide
some extra security padding.
Although phishing scams are
nothing new to the world of on-
line banking, this type of warning
serves as a reminder of just how
susceptible account holders can be
to malicious attacks. As more ac-
count holders begin to jump on the
mobile banking bandwagon, it's im-
portant to remember that a smart-
phone essentially acts as another


computer. While this additional
connection to the Internet is con-
venient, it also serves as another
outlet where your information can
be compromised.
Here are a few crucial steps to
take to avoid falling victim to this
type of Internet crime.
Keep your computer and mo-
bile device updated with the new-
est versions of anti-virus software.
If you have any doubts about
an email sender's authenticity, do
not click on any embedded links.
Remember, banks never re-
quest any personal information via
email.
Be vigilant about checking
your account balances. The sooner
you notice and report any type of
fraudulent activity, the more likely
you'll be able to be reimbursed for
any missing funds.


aircraft from various bases along
the eastern seaboard will base out
of NAS Pensacola for five to seven
days. This is expected to be limited
to four to five detachments.
Aircraft use will be limited to
no more than four to five FA-18s at
NOLF Choctaw at any given time.
Training operations will include day
and night time evolutions.
Landing an aircraft on a carrier
deck is one of the most challenging
tasks in aviation. It is an essential
and perishable skill that requires
constant upkeep and training to
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By Mathew Pellegrino
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
Not many can say they
take their spare time away
from family, friends and a
lazy Saturday or Sunday af-
ternoon to put in volunteer
work to help others.
But for more than 7.947
students and faculty in the
Santa Rosa County school
district, volunteering is a
way to give back, and they
wouldn't have it any other
way.
Nine of the 7,947 vol-
unteers were recognized
at the Thursday evening
school board meeting by
Sharon Diamond, the direc-
tor of elementary education
for the school district.
"These people are cho-
sen by their schools to rep-
resent the volunteers in our
district," Diamond said.
About 8,000 volunteers
helped put in more than
237,567 hours of volunteer
work last year alone. This
year, Diamond said the dis-
trict hopes to beat those
numbers again.
"We are on track to beat
both of these numbers (vol-
unteers and hours)," Dia-
mond said. "These are the
cream of the crop."
The tallest crop in the
bushel seemed to be Se-
nior Adult Volunteer of
the Year winner Carla Da-
vis. Not only did she win
1st place for the district,
but the state recog-
nized her as the Region 1
winner for the Senior Adult


WINNERS
Adult Volunteer of the Year
1 st: Sondra
Cooper, Berryhill
Elementary
2nd: AJ
Lautenslager, Navarre
High
3rd: Holly Fahr, Pea
Ridge Elementary

Youth Volunteer of the Year
1st: Brandon
Harper, Gulf Breeze
High
2nd: Carlyn
Thrasher, Russell
Elementary
3rd: Caitlyn Weber,
Pea Ridge Elementary

Senior Volunteer of the Year
1st: Carla
Davis, Gulf Breeze
Elementary (also the
state Region I winner)
2nd: Annie Lord,
Chumuckla Elementary
Third Place: Gene
Kovatch, Holley
Navarre Primary

category for Volunteer of
the Year.
There was also first,
second and third place win-
ners for Adult Volunteer of
the Year and a Student Vol-
unteer of the Year for the
district.
The top winners in each
category went on to the
state competition. Davis
was able to take home an
award from that competi-
tion for her hard work.


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Local


Wednesday, February 29, 2012


Sheriff's REPORT


KEY
MVOP misdemeanor
violation of probation
FVOP felony violation of
probation
Agg aggravated
Poss possession
Meth methamphetamine
DUI driving under the
influence
DWLSR driving while
license suspended or revoked
FTA failure to appear
FTR failure to register
SF sentenced felony
SM sentenced
misdemeanor
LEO law enforcement
officer
DV Domestic Violence

The following arrests
were made beginning Feb. 3
through Feb. 9.

Feb. 3
Bell, Barney Dean; Male;
28; 8600 Byrom Campbell
Road, Pace; Traffic Offense
DUI alcohol or drugs.
Chernekoff, Gerald
Steven; Male; 53; 1012 E.
Strong St., Pensacola;
Traffic Offense DUI alcohol
or drugs.
Glowacka, Ilona Jadwig;
Female; 49; 2115 Frontera
St., Navarre; Traffic Offense
DUI alcohol or drugs.
Berge, Dean Allen; Male;
53; 3131 Laurel Drive, Gulf
Breeze; Traffic Offense DUI
alcohol or drugs.
McCoy, Detoya Lainique;
Female; 27; 1027 32nd Ave.,
Columbus, Ga.; Larceny
coordinate others retail
theft over $3,000.
Williams, Anthony
Jerome; Male; 20; 6158
Skyline Drive, Milton;
Cocaine possession.
Blackmon, Tiemisha
Lashay; Female; 21;
8491 Old Spanish Trail,
Pensacola; Grand theft.
Lirette Jr., Michael
Sidney; Male; 35; 6408 Aspen
Ave., Milton; Battery (D/V)
touch or Strike; Obstructing
Justice Intimidate,
Threaten, Etc. a victim,
witness or informant.
Mauldin, Brian Michael;


Male; 26; 6470 Willow Tree
Court, Milton; Probation
violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Minton, Stephanie
May; Female; 25; 13555
Perdido Key Drive,
Pensacola; Probation
violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Qualls, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 31; 7722 North
Palafox, Pensacola;
Probation violation Felony
or commit continual
unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Santos, Gabriel Sanchez;
Male; 23; Bright Oak Circle,
Milton; Resist Officer
Obstruct by Disguised
Person; Marijuana
Possession Not More Than
20 Grams; Drug Equipment
Possession And or Use;
Evidence Destroying
Tamper With or Fabricate
Physical.
Shultz, Justin Taylor;
Male; 20; 156 Huss Lane,
Bretwon, Ala.; Aggravated
Assault With Deadly
Weapon Without Intent
to Kill; Stalking Follow
Harrass Cyberstalk
Another, Damage Property
Criminal Mischief $1,000 or
More; Burglary Occupied
Conveyance Unarmed;
Trespassing Property Not
Structure or Conveyance;
Larceny Petit Theft Second
degree, first offense.
Southerland, David
Martin; Male; 34; 5228 Yancy
Dr., Pace; Battery (D/V)
Felony Battery or Domestic
Battery by Strangulation;
Resist Officer Interfere with
Law Enforcement Officer
with violence.
Bare, Tyler Bradley;
Male; 18; 2668 Avenida de
Soto, Navarre; Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed (2 counts);
Larceny Grand Theft $300
Less Than $5,000 (2 counts);
Dealing in stolen property.
Ellis, Joan; Female;


58; 818 Magnolia Ave.,
Columbus, Ga.; Larceny
Coordinate Others Retail
Theft Over $3,000.
Graves, Laterence
Jerome; Male; 31; 4409
Summerfield Court,
Pace; Fraud Utter False
Instrument.
Hicks, Tawaina Ann;
Female; 39; 1026 Enoch
Drive, Columbus, Ga.,
Larceny coordinate others
retail theft over $3,000.
Jackson, Alec Wesley;
Male; 24; 9147 Eagle
Nest Dr., Navarre; Drug
Possession controlled
substance without
prescription including Meth.
Martinez, Paul Joseph;
Male; 31; 4918 Calvin
Dr., Milton; Burglary
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 less than $5,000.
Brady, Harriet Layken
Cheray; Female; 20; 629
Barrett Rd., Selma, Ala.;
Failure to appear for Felony
offense.
Garcia-Cruz; Carlos
Samy; Male; 25; 6670
Sanders St., Milton;
Marijuana Possession Not
more than 20 grams; Drug
equipment possession and/
or use; Evidence destroying
Tamper with or fabricate
physical.
Garroutte, Ian Phillip;
Male; 21; 104 C Magnolia
Ave., Fort Walton Beach,
Fla.; Probation Violation
Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria; Damage Property
Criminal Mischief Over
$200 Under $1,000; Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $10,000 Less Than
$20,000.
Johnson, Jhonny
Raymond; Male; 25; 6483
Skyline Drive, Milton;
Nonmoving traffic violation
drive while license
suspended, habitual
offender.
Layne, Glenda Sue;
Female; 69; 6736 Patty
Court, Montgomery, Ala.;
Felony probation violation.


Feb. 6
Barr, Christopher
Thomas; Male; 27; 621 Bay
Cliffs Road, Gulf Breeze;
Damage Property Criminal
Mischief $200 and Under;
Burglary Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed;
Larceny $20,000 Less Than
$100,000; Burglary Occupied
Dwelling Unarmed;
Larceny Petit Theft First
Degree $100 Less $300.
Giardina, Matthew
Vincent; Male; 22; 1699
Highway 98 W, Mary Esther,
Fla.; Drug possession
controlled substance
without prescription
including Meth; Marijuana
possession not more than
20 Grams; Drug equipment
possession and/or use.
Hill, Tracy John;
Male; 37; 2112 Paloma St.,
Navarre; Grand Theft;
Dealing in stolen property.
Rios, Adan Hernandez;
Male; 22; 15 Court Drive,
Destin, Fla.; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation Drive While
License Suspended Third or
Subsequent Offense.
Snyder, Robert Lee;
Male; 15; 4710 Gregg Ave.,
Milton; Battery (D/V) on
person 65 years or older;
Damage property Criminal
mischief $200 and under.
Weeks; Christopher
Douglas; Male; 32; 7607 Bay
Meadows Court, Pensacola;
Possession of weapon or
ammo By convicted Florida
felon.
Jordan, Jonathan
William; Male; 35; 9024
Timber Lane, Navarre;
Grand theft.
Floyd, Brett Alden;
Male; 48; 101 Old Ferry
Road, Shalimar, Fla.; Traffic
offense DUI alcohol or
drugs.
Walker, Matthew Kyle;
Male; 23; 1809 Sandra Dr.,
Pensacola; Traffic Offense
DUI alcohol or drugs.

Feb. 7
Collinsworth Jr.,
Thomas Gray; Male; 43;
7812 Fleetwood Drive,
Milton; Drug Possession
Controlled Substance
Without Prescription
Including Meth; Marijuana
Possession not more than
20 grams; Drug equipment
possession and/or use.
Haygood; Anthony
Leroy; Male; 23;
Department of Corrections;
Lewd Lascivious behavior
commit sex act in presence
of correctional facility
employee.
Montes, Adam Jonathon;
Male; 27; 155 Hartford Ave.,
Buffalo, N.Y; Damage
Property Criminal Mischief
$1,000 or More; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less
Than $5,000; Vehicle Theft
Grand Theft of Motor
Vehicle.
Palomino, Kyle David;
Male; 18; 1102 Frankford
Ave., Panama City, Fla.;
Larceny Grand Theft $5,000
Less Than $10,000.
Porter, Eudolph Tyra;
Male; 29; 29; 525 Devillers
St. N., Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
Schultz, Deborah Carol;
Female; 57; 8140 Fourth
St., Navarre; Probation
Violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-


criteria.
Wilson III, Charles Floyd;
Male; 22; Department
of Corrections; Lewd
Lascivious Behavior
Commit Sex Act in
Presence of Correctional
Facility Employee.
Gentry, Timothey Jack;
Male; 17; 7984 Old Hickory
Hammock Road, Milton;
Dealing In Stolen Property.
Goff Jr., Lewis James;
Male; 68; 69 E. Hanna
Circle; Pensacola; Felony
probation violation.

Feb. 8
Allums, Waco Linn;
Male; 35; 8474 Barrancas
St., Navarre; Larceny
Grand Theft $300 Less Than
$5,000 (two counts).
Baringer, Mark Edson;
Male; 47; 2775 Bay Club
Drive, Navarre; Probation
Violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Broxson, Taylor Haskell;
Male; 30; 5931 N. Airport
Road, Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or Commit
Continual Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Crutchfield, TJ Alan;
Male; 31; 5338 Youpon St.,
Milton; Drug produce
Methamphetamine; Drug
Equipment possession
and/or use; Drug equipment
possession manufacture or
deliver.
Dancy, Christopher
Jovan; Male; 23;
5706 Benadict Road,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Weapon
offense missile into
dwelling, vehicle, building or
aircraft.
Hawkins, Daniel Frank;
Male; 23; 8638 John Hamm
Road, Milton; Probation
violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Hill, Demetris Antonio;
Male; 32; 213 Cushman St.,
Pensacola; Nonmoving
traffic violation drive while
license suspended, habitual
offender.
Kariores, Dennis; Male;
41; 9116 E. Lacrosse Ave.,
Spokane, Wash.; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
Morgan, Heather
Elizabeth; Female; 24;
5630 Debbie Drive, Milton;
Probation Violation Felony
or Commit Continual
Unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile Non
Criteria.
Motes, Jonathan Paul;
Male; 22; 4164 Huckleberry
Finn Road, Milton; Drug
Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth.
Pugh Jr., Lester
Randolph; Male; 33;
2436 Walker Circle; Gulf
Shores, Ala.; Probation
violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Stuller, Brian Alexander;
Male; 19; 601 N. Fairfield
Drive, Pensacola; Burglary
Occupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 counts);
Larceny Grand Theft $300
less than $5,000; Larceny
Petit Theft second degree,
first Offense.
Taylor, Max Parker,
Male; 18; 934 Aquamarine


Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Burglary Occupied
Conveyance unarmed (2
counts); Larceny Grand
Theft $300 less than $5,000;
Larceny Petit Theft second
degree, first offense.
Weaver, David Edward;
Male; 54; 9240 Sunset
Drive, Navarre; Probation
violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.

Feb. 9
Mattheisen, Michelle
Renee; Female; 38; 6539
Robar Tesora, Navarre;
Traffic Offense DUI alcohol
or drugs.
Rosasco, Anthony
Christian; Male; 28; 7504
Bowers Drive, Milton;
Traffic Offense DUI alcohol
or drugs.
Touchstone, Justin
Daniel; Male; 19; 7857 Siesta
Cove, Milton; Traffic Offense
DUI alcohol or drugs.
Alcorn, Trisha Lynn;
Female; 26; 3700 Estil
Drive, Pace; Probation
Violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Cooper, Terry Benard;
Male; 26; 119 Bob Sike, Fort
Walton Beach, Fla.; Battery
(D/V) touch or strike;
Battery touch or strike;
Burglary with assault or
battery.
Hamilton, Tremain Ryan;
Male; 27; 6564 Julia Drive,
Milton; Failure to appear for
felony offense.
Kennedy, Brian Jerome;
Male; 30; 4883 Webb
Circle, Milton; Probation
Violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/juvenile non-
criteria.
Manning, Christopher
Michael; Male; 32;
5511 Old Atlanta Road,
Suwanee, Ga.; Probation
Violation Felony or commit
continual unknown Felony/
Misdemeanor/Juvenile non-
criteria.
Mitchell, Kristie
Riggins; Female; 53; 4713
Constellation Drive, Gulf
Breeze; Battery (D/V) cause
bodily harm; Battery on
person 65 or older.
Nefores, Jason Barrett;
Male; 32; 5907 Embassy St.,
Gulf Breeze; Nonmoving
Traffic Violation Drive
While License Suspended
First Offense; Drug
Possession Controlled
Substance Without
Prescription Including
Meth (5 counts); Drug
Traffic Four Grams Less
30 Kilograms Other
Controlled Substance;
Drug Equipment
Possession And or Use.
Peaden, Derrick Lynn;
Male; 34; 6628 Roeville
Road, Milton; Sex Offender
Violation fail to report
name or residence change
(3 counts).
Brown, Stephen
Anthony; Male; 19; 6221
Glenwood Drive, Milton;
Trespassing Property Not
Structure or Conveyance;
Damage Property Criminal
Mischief Break or Injure
Fence (2 counts); Vehicle
Theft Grand Theft of
Motor Vehicle; Burglary
unoccupied structure
unarmed; Larceny Grand
Theft $300 less than $5,000.


Local youths honored for Success Week


Special to the Press Gazette

The third annual Youth
Success Week ceremony
was Feb. 1, at the Families
Count center in Milton.
Each year, the Santa
Rosa County Juvenile
Justice Council honors
students who chose the
wrong path in life, but
succeeded in turning their
lives around to become
better citizens. They also
honor students who might
not have had parental
guidance, but were able to
get themselves up for school
each day and through
hard work, were able to
overcome adversities and to
better themselves.
A total of nine students
were recognized in the
"celebration of success"
awards ceremony. The
Honorable Judge Robert
Hilliard, keynote speaker,


was on hand to let the
children know how proud
he was to celebrate the
success of each student.
County Court
Judge Hilliard gave
an inspirational and
motivational speech about
how the court system
recognizes the failures
of individuals, on trial for
various crimes, yet what a
pleasure it was to be able to
recognize the successes of
many of our young people,
currently being honored.
Hilliard spoke about the
adversities and obstacles
that kids face today and how
important it is to commit
to following the right path
in life and making right
choices. He talked about the
importance of volunteerism
by youth and how they can
make a difference by being
an integral part of their
community.


Students recognized
were Angela Huebert, Mary
Rardin, Abigail Passmore,
Michael Dininno, Evajean
Cooley, Eric Teer, Zachary
Gilbert, Austin Hamm and
Lila Spencer Arant. Each
student was presented
with an awards certificate
and a gift bag full of items
including T-shirts donated
by the Crime Prevention
Unit of the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office with
an anti-crime message.
Jessica Milstid, Teen
Court Coordinator for Santa
Rosa along with Paul Wallis,
Chief of Juvenile Probation
and Debra Dougherty of
Families Count presented
each student with their
award certificate. Santa
Rosa County Commissioner
Jim Williams praised each
student for each of their
achievements and wished
them success in the future.


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PREP SOFTBALL, BASEBALL ROUNDUP




Milton, Pace fight for runs in 9


By Bill Gamblin
sports@srpressgazette.com
The bitter cold spell could not
stop the action on the softball
diamond Friday night as county
rivals squared off at Milton.
Pace High School's Patriots
visited cross county rivals the
Lady Panthers for a game that
lived up to the rivalry as Milton
needed nine innings for the 1-0
win.
Milton's Amanda Somerset
had two hits, with the biggest
coming in the ninth inning when
she scored Ciarra Melvin for the
winning run.
Milton (6-1) finished the game
with just four hits while Milton's
Katie Worley surrendered a
lead-off single to Mallory Car-
penter in the first inning.
Despite reaching third on a
sacrifice, Carpenter could not
get any closer and posed the only
threat for the Lady Patriots.
Somerset also managed the


first hit of the game off Pace (4-
4) starter Taylor Wade in the bot-
tom of the fourth with a double.
Wade strike out 14 in the loss
while Worley managed 16 strike-
outs in the win.
On Thursday, Worley pitched
a perfect game as Milton blanked
Washington at home 9-0.
The Lady Panthers jumped
out to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of
the first and never looked back
as Worley struck out 15 of the 21
batters she faced.
Worley also helped her cause
at the plate, going 2 for 4 with
two RBIs while Miranda Sand-
ers went 1 for 2 with two RBIs
as well.
Pace had a very short game
as Mallory Carpenter pitched
three innings as the Lady Patri-
ots blasted Pensacola High 28-1
in three innings.
Pensacola committed 11 er-
rors in the loss as the Lady Pa-
triots recorded only six hits.
Pace to an early 7-0 lead and


closed out the game with a 13-
run third inning.
Jordan Wheelus and Lauren
Haynes each finished the game
with two hits each.
In baseball Friday, it was Mil-
ton who visited Pace, and the
Patriots rolled to an 18-7 win in
five innings.
Pace jumped out to an early
9-0 lead, and that would be all
the cushion needed by starter
Clay Bennefield, who allowed
five hits and three earned runs
while striking out two.
Milton starter Troy Smith
lasted just one-third of an in-
ning, giving up three hits and
seven runs.
Stephen Jernigan hit a grand
slam, and Daniel Hampton hom-
ered and drove in three runs.
The Patriots improved to 3-0
on the season and 2-0 in District
1-6A. Cody Lowe led Milton by
going 2 for 3 with a walk.
On Thursday, Milton record-
ed a 4-1 win at home over Pine


Forest. The Panthers led 4-0 be-
fore the Eagles scored in the top
of the ninth.
Jordan Martin recorded the
win allowing five hits and one
earned run while striking out
13.
Paul Young led Milton, going
2 for 3 with an RBI.
Pace defeated Pensacola 4-0
at home Thursday with Steven
Jernigan striking out eight as
he threw as the Patriot pitching
staff combined for a no hitter.
Elliott Pearson led Pace, go-
ing 1 for 2 with two RBIs.
Jay needed only four innings
to stop Pensacola Christian 15-1
at home.
Todd Laney went the dis-
tance while striking out seven
for the win.
Tyler Prescott finished the
game leading the Royals at the
plate, going 3 for 4 with three
RBIs while Ricky Gilbert and
Chandler Burgess finished the
game with two RBIs each.


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Milton pitcher Katie Worley
allowed a lead-off hit before
retiring the next 27 batters in
Milton's 1-0 win over Pace Friday
night at Kay White Field.


PENSACOLA SPORTS ASSOCIATION

SUBWAY HIGH SCHOOL ALL-STAR GAME


Photos by BILL GAMBLIN I Press Gazette
Jacob Breland works the left side of the pitch against a West All-Star defender
in the Subway High School All-Star Soccer Game at Brosnaham Park. Breland
finished the game with two goals in the East's 6-0 win. Below, Milton's Kai
Green dribbles his way upfield in the first half of the boys' game.




Area athletes shine

By Bill Gamblin All-Stars on the East Squad, which com-
sports@srpressgazette.com prises seniors from Santa Rosa and Oka-
loosa counties.
Soccer seniors from across a three- Fort Walton's Kelsie McGrail was
county area converged on Brosnaham named the MVP for the East squad, scor-


Park on Thursday for the Pensac-
ola Sports Associations Subway
High School All-Star game.
The girls' game was somewhat
a close affair as the West All-Stars
outlasted the East squad 3-2.
Pace standout Mary Kathryn
Taylor score two of the West's
three goals in the win, earning MA
West MVP honors. KA
Taylor scored her goals in the TAY
32nd and 66th minutes, while fel- TA
low Lady Patriot and Ritbol Club Wes
Santa Rosa product Lana Chechak
added her goal in the 47th minute.
Despite coming from the east side, Tay-
lor and Chechak were on the West squad
because organizers needed to adjust
teams because of a lack of seniors in Es-
cambia County. Pace normally is with the


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ing the final goal of the game in
the waning minutes to cut into the
West All-Stars' 3-1 lead.
Taylor will play next season at
Mississippi State, while Chechak
has signed to play locally for the
University of West Florida.
On the boys' side, the East de-
feated the West in dominating fash-
ion 6-0 as Pace's Jacob Breland
and Choctaw's Mikey Lightbourne
put on an offensive show.
Lightbourne had a foot in five
of the East squad's goals, with two


goals and three assists.
Two of those three assists went to
Breland, who put the finishing touches to
picture-perfect passes.
Lightbourne earned the MVP honors
for the East All-Stars.


ELC golf scramble
The Early Learning Coalition of
Santa Rosa County will host its first golf
tournament at noon Friday, March 2,
at Hidden Creek Golf Club in Navarre.
This three-person scramble is $75 per
player or $225 per team. Registration
includes meal, awards, cash prizes,
unlimited range balls, bag drop, on-the-
course players contests and more. For
more information, call 259-3558.

Lady Panthers softball clinic
The Milton Lady Panthers will host
a softball clinic on March 3 at Milton
High School softball field. Girls grades
three through five will participate from
9 a.m. to noon, and grades six through
eight from 1-4 p.m. Cost of the camp is
$30 and includes softball instruction,
T-shirt, snack, drink and free entrance
to a home softball game. For more
information, call 983-5600.

Milton youth softball, baseball
City of Milton youth softball and
baseball registration will continue
through March 5. Register from 12:30-
8 p.m. Monday through Friday or 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Milton
Community Center on Byrom Street.
The fee per child is $80, which includes
a ball cap, shirt and trophy. Some
children might qualify to play for free.
Teams are coed T-ball for children
ages 4 to 6; coed coach pitch for ages 7
to 8; kid-pitch baseball for ages 9 to 14;
and softball for girls ages 9 to 16. Ages
are as of April 30.
The season will begin in mid-March.
Games will be played at the Milton
ballparks and at Santa Rosa SportsPlex.
For more information, call 983-5466
or email miltonparks@ymail.com.

Boater safety class in Milton
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla
1-8, "Guardians of the Blackwater,"
in partnership with the City of Milton
Fire Department, will offer About
Boating Safely at the City of Milton Fire
Department on March 10.
This 8-hour class covers basic legal
requirements for boaters, boating
safety, elements of boat handling and
how to handle some common boating
emergencies. There is an examination
at the end of the class. A passing
score will make the boater eligible for
a State of Florida Boating ID card, a
requirement for boaters under 24 to
operate a boat alone in state waters.
The class will begin at 9 a.m. March
10 in the Training Room of the City of
Milton Fire Department, 5321 Stewart
St. in Milton. Class materials cost $35
per person, or $35 per family (up to
four) sharing a book. To register, or
with any questions, contact the City of
Milton Fire Department at 983-5430.

East Milton baseball, softball
East Milton Youth Association
baseball and softball registration is 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday through March
10 at the East Milton Ballpark. The fee
is $90 plus a $20 family membership.
Included with the fee is the trophy
and uniform. Ages are from 3-18 years


of age. Some may qualify to play for
free with Tri-County. If you have any
question about coaching, sponsoring
or registration, call Jason Dingler at
602-1226, John Babb at 723-6103 or visit
www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.

Futbol Santa Rosa sign-ups
Register through March 12 for
FRtbol Club of Santa Rosa for children
ages 4 through 17. The fee is $65 for
children under 8 and $80 for those 8 and
above during the regular registration
period. There is a small additional
charge for the purchase of a soccer
jersey for those who do not already
have one. Late registration will be
March 13-19. A 10-game season will
include games and practices nearly
every week. Players will be able to
learn basic soccer skills and teamwork
and participate in an enjoyable
family atmosphere. Register at www.
fcsantarosa.com.

Golf tourney to benefit Relay
City of Milton employees will host
the 11th annual World Wide Cure for
Cancer golf tournament, to benefit
Relay for Life, on March 16.
The tournament will begin with a
shotgun start at noon at Tanglewood
Golf and Country Club. The cost is $80
per player or $400 per team. The price
includes green fees, use of a cart and a
meal. Tee and green advertisement is
$80 per sign. Forms can be downloaded
at www.ci.milton.fl.us.
Donations for door prizes, raffle
items, goodie bag swag and snacks are
needed.
For more information, contact
Linsey Williamson at 983-5466 or email
linsey.williamson@ci.milton.fl.us.

Bayou Hills Run to be March 17
The Creating Learning Academy
will host its annual Bayou Hills Run
on March 17. The run will begin at 7:30
a.m. at Pensacola's Bayview Park, and
runners can choose a 10K or 5K course.
A kids fun run will begin at 8:45 a.m. To
register, go to www.bayouhillsruns.com
or register in person at Running Wild
on Cervantes Street in Pensacola. For
more information, call 432-1768.

CPOA golf tournament
The Chief Petty Officer Association
at Naval Air Station Whiting Field will
host its second annual Chief Petty
Officer Birthday golf tournament
March 30 at the base golf course. The
event is open to the public.
The event celebrates 109 years of
service of the Navy chief petty officer
and serves as the organization's largest
fundraiser for the year.
The tournament is a four-man
scramble with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Cost
is $40 and includes lunch following
completion of play. Non-cash prizes will
be provided to first-, second- and third-
place teams as well as for the closest to
the pin and longest drive contest.
Advance registration is
recommended. Call Jay Cope at
665-6121 to sign up or for additional
information.


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TIDES


Pensacola Bay


Thursday, March 1
12:54 AM CST Moonset
3:50 AM CST Low tide -0.31 Feet
6:14 AM CST Sunrise
11:26 AM CST Moonrise
4:48 PM CST High tide 1.08 Feet
5:48 PM CST Sunset

Friday, March 2
1:44 AM CST Moonset
4:39 AM CST Low tide -0.38 Feet
6:13 AM CST Sunrise
12:19 PM CST Moonrise
5:48 PM CST Sunset
5:55 PM CST High tide 1.13 Feet

Saturday, March 3
2:31 AM CST Moonset
5:20 AM CST Low tide -0.42 Feet
6:12 AM CST Sunrise
1:15 PM CST Moonrise
5:49 PM CST Sunset
6:58 PM CST High tide 1.16 Feet

Sunday, March 4
3:16 AM CST Moonset
5:53 AM CST Low tide -0.41 Feet
6:11 AM CST Sunrise
2:15 PM CST Moonrise
5:50 PM CST Sunset
7:59 PM CST High tide 1.14 Feet


East Bay

Thursday, March 1
12:53 AM CST Moonset
5:08 AM CST Low tide -0.37 Feet
6:13 AM CST Sunrise
11:25 AM CST Moonrise
5:31 PM CST High tide 1.30 Feet
5:46 PM CST Sunset

Friday, March 2
1:43 AM CST Moonset
5:57 AM CST Low tide -0.46 Feet
6:12 AM CST Sunrise
12:17 PM CST Moonrise
5:47 PM CST Sunset
6:38 PM CST High tide 1.36 Feet

Saturday, March 3
2:30 AM CST Moonset
6:11 AM CST Sunrise
6:36 AM CST Low tide -0.50 Feet
1:14 PM CST Moonrise
5:48 PM CST Sunset
7:41 PM CST High tide 1.39 Feet

Sunday, March 4
3:15 AM CST Moonset
6:09 AM CST Sunrise
7:09 AM CST Low tide -0.49 Feet
2:13 PM CST Moonrise
5:48 PM CST Sunset
8:44 PM CST High tide 1.37 Feet


Blackwater River


Thursday, March 1
12:54 AM CST Moonset
5:38 AM CST Low tide -0.37 Feet
6:13 AM CST Sunrise
11:25 AM CST Moonrise
5:47 PM CST Sunset
6:27 PM CST High tide 1.30 Feet

Friday, March 2
1:44 AM CST Moonset
6:12 AM CST Sunrise
6:27 AM CST Low tide -0.46 Feet
12:17 PM CST Moonrise
5:47 PM CST Sunset
7:34 PM CST High tide 1.36 Feet

Saturday, March 3
2:31 AM CST Moonset
6:11 AM CST Sunrise
7:06 AM CST Low tide -0.50 Feet
1:14 PM CST Moonrise
5:48 PM CST Sunset
8:37 PM CST High tide 1.39 Feet

Sunday, March 4
3:16 AM CST Moonset
6:10 AM CST Sunrise
7:39 AM CST Low tide -0.49 Feet
2:14 PM CST Moonrise
5:49 PM CST Sunset
9:40 PM CST High tide 1.37 Feet


Navarre Beach


Thursday, March 1
12:53 AM CST Moonset
1:36 AM CST Low tide -0.28 Feet
6:13 AM CST Sunrise
11:25 AM CST Moonrise
2:36 PM CST High tide 0.96 Feet
5:46 PM CST Sunset

Friday, March 2
1:42 AM CST Moonset
2:15 AM CST Low tide -0.31 Feet
6:11 AM CST Sunrise
12:17 PM CST Moonrise
3:39 PM CST High tide 1.01 Feet
5:47 PM CST Sunset

Saturday, March 3
2:30 AM CST Moonset
2:52 AM CST Low tide -0.32 Feet
6:10 AM CST Sunrise
1:14 PM CST Moonrise
4:44 PM CST High tide 1.04 Feet
5:48 PM CST Sunset

Sunday, March 4
3:14 AM CST Moonset
3:27 AM CST Low tide -0.29 Feet
6:09 AM CST Sunrise
2:13 PM CST Moonrise
5:48 PM CST Sunset
5:49 PM CST High tide 1.04 Feet


FWC renews accreditation status


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission's Division
of Law Enforcement re-
ceived recognition Friday
at a ceremony in Howey-
in-the-Hills for completing
the process to maintain its
accreditation status.
Florida law enforce-
ment accreditation is cer-
tified by an independent


This report represents
some events the
Northwest Florida
Region
of the FWC handled
Feb. 17-23; however, it
does not include all
actions taken by the
Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Officer Kenneth
Manning checked an
individual surf fishing
from the bank of
Langdon Beach.
The subject was in
possession of three
red drum, two of which
were oversized. Two
weeks before, the pos-
session limit of red drum
increased in the North-
west Region to two fish.
Officer Manning issued a
notice to appear citation
and a warning for the vio-
lations.


reviewing authority, the
Commission for Florida
Law Enforcement Accred-
itation. A law enforcement
agency must meet or ex-
ceed prescribed standards
reflecting best manage-
ment practices in order to
achieve this status.
"This is a great honor,"
FWC Executive Director
Nick Wiley said. "FWC
staff exhibit a professional
demeanor and excellent


Lt. Dan Hahr
responded to a complaint
of night hunting in the
Molino area.
The complainant
observed a truck leaving
the scene after hearing
two shots fired outside
his home. He located a
freshly killed doe deer
and observed the truck
return to the scene.
He obtained a tag
number and contacted
FWC. Lt. Hahr located
the deer and other
physical evidence at the
scene.
The vehicle tag was
registered to a
female in Navarre.
Lt. Hahr followed
up the next day with
assistance from
Officers Christopher
Pettey, Howard Jones,
and Lt. Brian Lambert.
Lt. Hahr located the
suspect vehicle and
interviewed the driver.


business practices each
and every day. This recog-
nition validates the hard
work they put into serving
the residents and visitors
of Florida and the criti-
cal role they play in the
conservation of Florida's
precious fish and wildlife
resources."
A CFA assessment
team, composed of law en-
forcement representatives
from other accredited


FWC REPORT

After a lengthy series
of interviews of various
suspects, Lt. Hahr
obtained a confession
from one of the subjects.
The subject admitted
that a shotgun was used
in the incident and was
thrown from their truck
a long distance from the
scene.
Officers Christopher
Pettey and Gary
Ridaught searched for
the gun the next day and
found it almost 6 miles
from the incident
location. Charges of
night hunting and
shooting from a paved
public road are
pending against the
two suspects.

WALTON COUNTY
Lt. Mark Hollinhead
observed a vehicle
parked on Eglin Air
Force Base Reservation


Florida law enforcement
agencies, conducted on-
site inspections of the divi-
sion's policies, procedures,
practices and equipment
to determine compliance.
The team visited FWC
headquarters in Tallahas-
see and several other of-
fices around the state, in-
terviewing individuals, re-
viewing written materials
and observing activity.
"We sincerely support


in an area open for
recreational use.
Lt. Hollinhead
inspected foot tracks
around the vehicle and
became suspicious
when the tracks
appeared to have been
made with a smooth
shoe sole without tread.
This type of shoe is
commonly used by
someone wanting to leave
very little or no tracks to
enter a prohibited/closed
area.
Officers Andy Maltais
and Randall Brooks
responded to establish
a perimeter around the
area after additional
tracks indicated the
subject had entered a
closed area. Once it was
dark, the suspect exited
the closed area and
returned to his vehicle.
When Lt. Hollinhead
made contact with
the subject who was


the accreditation process,"
Col. Jim Brown, direc-
tor of the FWC's Division
of Law Enforcement
said. "It has been an ef-
fective way to ensure that
we are operating effi-
ciently and providing the
best service we possibly
can."
The FWC initially was
accredited in 2009. This re-
accreditation will be active
for another three years.


exhausted and blood
was covering his arms,
clothing, and rifle.
The subject admitted
he had shot at a deer,
but was unable to locate
it. The subject said he
was hunting the open
area, but later admitted
to killing a hog in the
closed area after Lt.
Hollinhead questioned
him about his foot tracks
around the closed area.
Officer Brooks followed
drag marks from the hog
into the closed area after
the subject showed the
officers the hog he had
taken.
The subject was cited
for entering/hunting in a
prohibited area on Eglin
Wildlife Management
Area. Eglin Security
Forces responded and
issued the subject a
three-year suspension
on Eglin Air Force Base
property.


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Pairings

Special to the Press Gazette

The Gulf South Confer-
ence has announced game
times and pairings for the
2012 GSC Basketball Cham-
pionships scheduled for
March 1-4 at The Arena on
at Northwest Florida State
College in Niceville.
The West Florida wom-
en's team, the No. 5 seed in
the women's bracket, will
face fourth seed West Ala-
bama at 5:30 p.m. March 1.
The UWF men's team, the
No. 4 seed, will face fifth
seed North Alabama at 5:30
p.m. March 2.
Both championship
games will be broadcast
live by Mediacom, Comcast/
Charter Sports Southeast
(CSS), and ESPN3/ESPN
Fill Court. CoxSports will
carry the championships
games on tape delay.
The quarterfinals and
semifinals will be streamed
live on the Internet by Pan-
handle Sports Broadcasting,
with links available on www.
GSCSports.org. All UWF
games also will be available
with live audio at wwwGoAr-
gos.com.
All-session passes will be
available at the tournament
site for $30 for adults and
$15 for students, seniors and
military with valid ID. Single
day tickets will be available
for $10 for adults and $7 for
students, seniors and mili-
tary. Children under 3 are
admitted free.
Senior Jamar Moore
earned one last Gulf South
Conference Player of the
Week Award, his fourth this
season and fifth all time, af-
ter putting up a triple-double
against Valdosta State in his
career finale at the UWF
Field House.
Moore shares the final
Player of the Week accolades
of 2011-12 with Alabama-
Huntsville senior guard Josh
Magette, who also earned a
senior day triple-double.
The Coolidge, Ga., na-
tive was good for 20 points,
10 rebounds and 10 assists
in West Florida's only game
last week.
Moore led his team to the
89-76 victory while becom-
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FLORIDA TRAIL ASSOCIATION

ACTIVITY CALENDAR


7b sign up for these
events, visit http://
www.meetup.com/
ftawesterngate/

March 2
Our First Friday Dinner
Hike. We will meet at 6
p.m. at Bayview Senior
Resource Center, 2000
East Lloyd St., Pensacola.
Let's take a walk before
dinner and enjoy the
spring evening and good
company. Trudy will lead
us on a brisk walk around
the neighborhood for about
an hour and then we will
go to a nice place to eat
dinner together. Please
RSVP to Trudy Walden
850-434-8861 or Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 3
Hike or Bike on the
Blackwater Heritage Trail.
Meet at the trail head of
the Blackwater Heritage
Trail at 9 a.m. Bring
your bike and join Trudy
for a ride or bring your
hiking shoes and we will
hike. Lunch afterwards
at Mama's. Call Trudy
Walden 850-434-8861 Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 4
Wake-up Hike 7 a.m.
meets at Blackwater
Heritage Trail Extension
Highway 90 in Milton. Get
the day started with Trudy
and/or Peggy with a brisk
walk and afterwards join
us for breakfast. We will
walk about an hour, about
one to three miles. Call
Trudy Walden 850-434-8861
Peggy Grantham 850-776-
5147.

March 10
Hike or Bike on
Pensacola Beach bike
trail. At 9:30 a.m. meet at
the sound side parking
lot near the entrance to
the Gulf Islands National
Seashore at Fort Pickens.
Bring your bike or your
hiking shoes and join
George on Pensacola
Beach. Afterwards lunch
at Peg Leg. Call George
Brinkman 850-932-0125.

March 11
Wake-up Hike Meet
at 7 a.m. to get the day
started with Trudy and/or
Peggy with a brisk walk
and afterwards join us for
breakfast.
We will walk about an
hour, about one to three
miles. We will be hiking
/ walking at different
locations each Sunday
morning. Call Trudy
Walden 850-434-8861 Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 15
Western Gate Chapter
Meeting at First Christian
Church, 6031 Goodrich
Drive, in Pensacola. Social
time at 6:30 p.m., meeting
at 7 p.m.
This is our monthly
chapter meeting where we
discuss past activities and
report on new activities.
There will be a program
of interest to hikers


and outdoor recreation
enthusiasts. Please
contact Helen Wigersma
850-484-0528 for details.

March 17
Baldwin County Nature
Conservancy Hike. Details
to be announced later. See
Western Gate website or
Meet Up site. Please RSVP
to Helen Wigersma 850-
484-0528.

March 18
Wake-up Hike Meet
at 8 a.m. to get the day
started with Trudy and/or
Peggy with a brisk walk
and afterwards join us for
breakfast. We will walk
about an hour, about one
to three miles. We will be
hiking / walking at different
locations each Sunday
morning. Call Trudy
Walden 850-434-8861 Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 25
Wake-up Hike Meet
at 7 a.m. to get the day
started with Trudy and/or
Peggy with a brisk walk
and afterwards join us for
breakfast. We will walk
about an hour, about 1-3
miles. We will be hiking
/ walking at different
locations each Sunday
morning. Call Trudy
Walden 850-434-8861 Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 30
Day One of the
Panhandle Trace Hike.
Hike from Fort Pickens to
Pensacola Beach water
tower. Meets at 8 a.m. at
the FTA Trail Head at
Fort Pickens in the Fort
Pickens parking area,
Pensacola Beach.
We will hike about nine
miles, some of it on the
beach. The Florida Trail is
the only trail that runs on
a beach and it is beautiful,
but difficult walking, so
the option to walk along
the road is there when the
sand gets too much. Bring
lots of water and a snack,
though we will be done by
noon or 1 p.m.
We will meet afterwards
at Peg Leg Pete's for a
late lunch or early dinner.
Peggy will be camping at
Fort Pickens campground.
If you want to find your
car at the end, you may
meet Peggy at the water
tower at 7:15 a.m. and she
will transport you to the
beginning. RSVP to Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.

March 31
Day Two of the
Panhandle Trace Hike,
Hike on Pensacola Beach,
from the water tower to
Opal Beach. At 7 a.m.
meet Peggy in the parking
lot on the north side at
Opal Beach at 7 a.m. to be
transported back to the
water tower on Pensacola
Beach.
This day we will hike
about 12 miles, partly on
the bike path, partly on the
Dunes Trail and partly on
the beach. RSVP to Peggy
Grantham 850-776-5147.


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tournament to benefit Gabrielle Danford. Danford is 15-
year-old Central High student who recently underwent a
heart transplant. The winning softball team was "Chris' M
Team". Over 400 pounds of fish were cooked and sold
along with the fixings, as well as numerous raffle items
and other donations. The event raised more than $5,000
to assist with Danford's expenses.


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UTES 33 SECONDS
S WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 200.00
p FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
ABOVE DESCRIBED
fermy PARCEL LIES IN UN-
Sony SECTIONALIZED
,ysu. TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
of hmes, RANGE 26 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
I CATS COUNTY FLORIDA.

S LESS AND EXCEPT
THE FOLLOWING DE-
S SCRIBED PORTION:

A PORTION OF LOTS 5
& 6 FIRST ADDITION
In TO NAVARRE BEACH
COMMERCIAL SEC-
TION 1 ACCORDING
S TO THE PLAT OF SAID
S SUBDIVISION RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B, PAGE 93, OF
'W THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA; MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
S FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER
S OF SAID LOT 5;
THENCE. SOUTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF SAID
LOT 5 A DISTANCE OF
343.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 5.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE
SOUTH 10 DEGREES


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49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 76.12
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 34 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 64.83
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 53.78
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 55 DEGREES
49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 64.88
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 10 DEGREES
49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 76.12
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 52 DEGREES
11 MINUTES 39 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 56.39
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS EAST 45.00
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 73 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 56.39 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING

TOGETHER WITH Re-
ciprocal Use Agree-
ment and Easement for
Beach Colony Resort
on Navarre recorded in
Official Records Book
2033, Page 685 and
re-recorded in Official
Records Book 2332,
Page 1723, of the Pub-
lic Records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.

AND PARCEL 2:
A portion of Lots 6, 7,
and 8, First Addition to
Navarre Beach, Com-
mercial Section 1, ac-
cording to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book B, at Pages
90, 91 and 92, of the
Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida: described as
follows:

Begin at the Northwest
comer of said Lot 8,
thence North 79 de-
grees 10 minutes 33
seconds East along the
southerly right-of-way
line of Gulf Boulevard
(120' R/W) a distance
of 200.00 feet to the
Northeast corner of
said Lot 7; thence
South 10 Degrees 49
Minutes 27 Seconds
East along the East line
of said Lot 7 a distance
of 232.20 feet; thence
North 79 Degrees 10
Minutes 33 Seconds
East a distance of 8.21
feet: thence South 10
Degrees 49 Minutes 27
Seconds East a dis-
tance of 69.22 feet;
thence South 35 De-
grees 10 Minutes 44
Seconds West a dis-
tance of 11.42 Feet re-
turning to said East line
of Lot 7; thence South
10 Degrees 49 Minutes
27 Seconds East along
said East line a dis-
tance of 210.65 feet to
a point hereinafter re-
ferred to as Point "A';
thence continue South
10 Degrees 49 Minutes
27 Seconds East a dis-
tance of 144 feet, more
or less, to the approxi-
mate shoreline of the
Gulf of Mexico; thence
meander Southwesterly
along said shoreline
distance of 200 feet,
more or less to an in-
tersection with the
West line of said Lot 8;
thence North 10 De-
grees 49 minutes 27
seconds West along
said West line a dis-
tance of 152.00 feet,
more or less, to a point
being South 79 De-
grees 10 Minutes 33
Seconds West and
200.00 feet from the
aforementioned Point
"A'; thence continue
North 10 Degrees 49
Minutes 27 Seconds
West along said West
line a distance of
520.00 feet to the point
of beginning. Above
described parcel lies in
unsectionalized Town-
ship 2 South, Range 26
West, Santa Rosa
County, Florida. less
and except those Con-
dominium Units previ-
ously released of rec-
ord (Parcel 1 and Par-
cel 2 are collectively re-


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ferred to as the "Land");

TOGETHER WITH:

II. PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY:

A. Fixtures: All property
and equipment now
owned or hereafter ac-
quired by Santa Rosa,
II, a Delaware limited li-
ability company ("Santa
Rosa") and/or Santa
Rosa Beach Develop-
ment Corp. I, a Florida
corporation ("Corp I")
(Santa Rosa and Corp I
are collectively referred
to hereinafter as the
"Owner") and now or
hereafter located un-
der, on, or above the
Land, whether or not
permanently affixed,
which, to the fullest ex-
tent permitted by appli-
cable law in effect from
time to time, shall be
deemed Fixtures and a
part of such Land
(collectively, the
"Fixtures"); together
with,

B. Leases: Any and all
leases, subleases, li-
censes, concessions,
or grants of other pos-
sessory interests, to-
gether with the security
therefore, now or hereaf-
ter in force, oral or writ-
ten, covering or affect-
ing the Land or any
part thereof
(collectively, the
"Leases"); together
with,

C. Rents: All of the
rents, royalties, issues.
revenues, income, prof-
its, security deposits
and other benefits
whether past due, or
now or hereafter arising
from the Land under
the Leases or other-
wise, and the occu-
pancy, use and enjoy-
ment thereof
(collectively, the
"Rents"); together with,

D. Personal Property
All of the following
property of Owner
whether now owned or
existing, or hereafter
acquired or arising,
whether located in, on,
pertaining to, used or
intended to be used in
connection with or re-
sulting or created from
the ownership, devel-
opment, management,
or operation of the
Land:

(i) All improvements (to
the extent the same are
not deemed to be real
property) and land-
scaping (collectively,
the "Improvements"):

(ii) All Fixtures (to the
extent the same are not
deemed to be real
property) and goods to
become Fixtures;

(iil) All accounts, ac-
counts receivable,
other receivables, con-
tract rights, chattel pa-
per, instruments and
documents: any other
obligations or indebt-
edness owed to Owner
from whatever source
arising; all rights of
Owner to receive any
performance or any
payments in money or
kind; all guaranties of
the foregoing and se-
curity therefore; all of the
right, title and interest
of Owner in and with
respect to the goods,
services, or other prop-
erty that gave rise to or
that secure any of the
foregoing, and all rights
of Owner as an unpaid
seller of goods and ser-
vices, including, but
not limited to, the rights
to stoppage in transit,
replevin, reclamation,
and resale;

(iv) All goods, including
without limitation, all
machinery, equipment,
furniture, furnishings,
building supplies and
materials, appliances,
business machines,
tools, aircraft and mo-
tor vehicles of every
kind and description,
and all warranties and
guaranties for any of
the foregoing;

(v) All inventory, mer-
chandise, raw materi-
als, parts, supplies,
work-in-process and


1100
finished products in-
tended for sale. of
every kind and descrip-
tion, in the custody or
possession, actual or
constructive, of Owner
including such inven-
tory as is temporarily
out of the custody or
possession of Debtor,
and any returns upon
any accounts and other
proceeds resulting
from the sale or dispo-
sition of any of the fore-
going. including, with-
out limitation, raw ma-
terials, work-in-proc-
ess, and finished
goods:

(vl) All general intangi-
bles, including without
limitation, corporate or
other business records
and books, computer
records whether on
tape, disc or otherwise
stored, blueprints, sur-
veys, architectural or
engineering drawings,
plans and specifica-
tions, trademarks,
tradenames, goodwill,
telephone numbers, li-
censes, governmental
approvals, franchises,
permits, payment and
performance bonds,
tax refund claims, and
agreements with utility
companies, together
with any deposits,
prepaid fees and
charges paid thereon:

(vii) All Leases and
Rents (to the extent
same are not deemed
to be real property);

(viii) All judgments,
awards of damages
and settlements from
any condemnation or
eminent domain pro-
ceedings regarding the
Land, the improve-
ments or any of the
Land;

(ix) All proceeds of
insurance policies relat-
ing to the Land;

(x) All other personal
property. including
without limitation, man-
agement contracts,
construction contracts,
architectural contracts,
service contracts. engl-
neering contracts, ad-
vertising contracts,
contracts for purchase
and sale of any of the
Land, purchase orders,
equipment leases,
monies in escrow ac-
counts, reservation
agreements, prepaid
expenses, deposits and
down payments with
respect to the sale or
rental of any of the
Land, options and
agreements with re-
spect to additional real
property for use or de-
velopment of the Land,
end-loan commitments.
abstracts of title, all
brochures, advertising
materials. condomin-
ium documents and
prospectuses, and

(xi) All proceeds, prod-
ucts, replacements, ad-
ditions, betterments,
extensions, improve-
ments, substitutions,
renewals and acces-
sions of any and all of
the foregoing; together
with

E. All of Farbod S.
Zahourl's, an individual
(the "Defendant"), right,
title and interest,
whether now owned or
hereafter acquired as
member of Santa Rosa,
(including without limi-
tation, Defendant's
share of the profits,
losses and capital of
Santa Rosa, and the
right to vote, take ac-
tions or consent to
actions in accordance
with the Second
Amended and Restated
Limited Liability Com-
pany Agreement of
Santa Rosa II, LLC
dated December 14,
2006 ("LLC Agree-
ment"), and to partici-
pate in the operation of
Santa Rosa, if any),
and all instruments,
whether heretofore or
hereafter acquired, evi-
dencing such rights
and interests; the prop-
erty of Santa Rosa (but
only to the extent of
Santa Rosa's interest in
same, if any); all distri-
butions made by Santa
Rosa to Defendant in


| 1100
accordance with the
LLC Agreement; the
proceeds (including
claims against third
parties), products, off-
spring, rents, revenues,
issues, profits, royal-
ties, income, benefits,
additions and acces-
sions of the foregoing;
all replacements and
substitutions of the
foregoing; all books
and records (including
computerized records,
software and disks)
owned by Defendant
and relating to any of
the foregoing; and all
instruments, certificates
and other evidence of
the foregoing.


You are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on Plaintiff's attor-
ney:
Catherine S. Hester
Brown & Associates,
PLLC
5 Main Street
Suite 3A-2
PO Box 611246
Rosemary Beach, Flor-
ida 32461

on or before March 30,
2012, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately
thereafter. Otherwise, a
default will be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
Complaint.

WITNESS, my hand
and seal of this Court
on this 23 day of Feb-
ruary, 2012.

Mary M Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
2/29, 3/7, 314 & 3/21
2/220



2/193

DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY

FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY

Proposed Flood Haz-
ard Determinations
for the Unincorpora-
ted Areas of Santa
Rosa County, Florida
Case No.
11-04-7398P. The De-
partment of Homeland
Security's Federal
Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA)
solicits technical infor-
mation or comments
on proposed flood haz-
ard determinations for
the Flood Insurance
Rate Map (FIRM), and
where applicable, the
Flood Insurance Study
(FIS) report for your
community. These
flood hazard determi-
nations may include
the addition or modifi-
cation of Base Flood
Elevations, base flood
depths, Special Flood
Hazard Area bounda-
ries or zone designa-
tions, or the regulatory
floodway. The FIRM
and, if applicable, the
FIS report have been
revised to reflect these
flood hazard determi-
nations through issu-
ance of a Letter of Map
Revision (LOMR), in ac-
cordance with Title 44,
Part 65 of the Code of
Federal Regulations.
These determinations
are the basis for the
floodplain management
measures that your
community is required
to adopt or show evi-
dence of having in ef-
fect to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. For more infor-
mation on the pro-
posed flood hazard de-
terminations and infor-
mation on the statutory
90-day period provided
for appeals, please visit
FEMA's website at
ww.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fh
m/bfe, or call the
FEMA Map Information
eXchange (FMIX) toll
free at 1-877-FEMA
MAP (1-877-336-2627).
2/22 & 2/29
2/193


7"1100
2/120

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER
10-DP-44

IN THE INTEREST OF:
B.G. 04/07/1993
G.G. 05/11/2001
A.G. 10/25/2003
MINOR CHILDREN

NOTICE OF ACTION
AND OF HEARING
FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARD-
IANSHIP

THE STATE OF FLOR-
IDA

TO: BRIAN GUIMOND,
SR.
65 Clements Street
Fall River, MA 02720

A Petition for Termina-
tion of Parental Rights
under oath has been
filed in this Court re-
garding the above ref-
erenced child.

You are to appear be-
fore the Honorable
John F. Simon, Jr., at
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, located at
6865 Caroline Street,
S.E., Milton, Florida
32570, at 9:00 A.M., on
March 6, 2012. You
must appear at the
hearing on the date
and time specified.

FAILURE TO PERSON-
ALLY APPEAR AT THIS
ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CON-
SENT TO THE TERMI-
NATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS TO THIS
CHILD (THESE CHIL-
DREN). IF YOU FAIL
TO APPEAR ON THE
DATE AND TIME
SPECIFIED YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS TO THE
CHILD (OR CHILDREN)
WHOSE INITIALS AP-
PEAR ABOVE.

IF YOU ARE A PER-
SON WITH A DISABIL-
ITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICI-
PATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO
THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSIS-
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT SHELIA SIMS,
CHIEF DEPUTY
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION; 850-595-4400;
M.C. BLANCHARD JU-
DICIAL CTR., 5TH
FLOOR, 190 GOVERN-
MENTAL CENTER;
PENSACOLA, FL
32502, AT LEAST
SEVEN DAYS BEFORE
YOUR SCHEDULED
COURT APPEARANCE,
OR IMMEDIATELY
UPON RECEIVING
THIS NOTIFICATION IF
THE TIME BEFORE
THE SCHEDULED AP-
PEARANCE IS LESS
THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU
ARE HEARING OR
VOICE IMPAIRED,
CALL 711.

WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court at Mil-
ton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, on this
1st day of February,
2012.

MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Suzanne Brooks
Deputy Clerk

2/11,2/15, 2/22 & 2/29
2/120

2/192
DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY

FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY

Proposed Flood Haz-
ard Determinations
for the Unincorpora-
ted Areas of Santa
Rosa County, Florida
and Case No.
11-04-7400P. The De-
partment of Homeland
Security's Federal
Emergency Manage-


K K K


1100
ment Agency (FEMA)
solicits technical infor-
mation or comments
on proposed flood haz-
ard determinations for
the Flood Insurance
Rate Map (FIRM), and
where applicable, the
Flood Insurance Study
(FIS) report for your
community. These
flood hazard determi-
nations may include
the addition or modifi-
cation of Base Flood
Elevations, base flood
depths, Special Flood
Hazard Area bounda-
ries or zone designa-
tions, or the regulatory
floodway. The FIRM
and, if applicable, the
FIS report have been
revised to reflect these
flood hazard determi-
nations through issu-
ance of a Letter of Map
Revision (LOMR), in ac-
cordance with Title 44,
Part 65 of the Code of
Federal Regulations.
These determinations
are the basis for the
floodplain management
measures that your
community is required
to adopt or show evi-
dence of having in ef-
fect to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. For more infor-
mation on the pro-
posed flood hazard de-
terminations and infor-
mation on the statutory
90-day period provided
for appeals, please visit
FEMA's website at
wwwfema.gov/plan/preventAh
m/bfe, or call the
FEMA Map Information
eXchange toll free at
1-877-FEMA MAP
(1-877-336-2627).
2/22 & 2/29
2/192

2/219
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number:
2012-CP-38
In Re: The Estate Of
JAMES HENRY
MCGEADY a/k/a
James H. McGeady,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:

The administration of
the estate of JAMES
HENRY MCGEADY
a/k/a James H.
McGeady, deceased,
File Number 2012-CP-
38, is pending in the
Probate Court, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
the address of which is:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Santa Rosa County
Courthouse
PO. Box 472
Milton, Florida 32572
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All creditors of the de-
cedent, and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, on
whom a copy of this
notice is served, within
three months after the
date of the first publica-
tion of this notice, must
file their claims with this
court, WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent, and per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF


S 1100
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

The date of the first
publication of this no-
tice is February 29,
2012.

Personal Representa-
tive:
Paula A. McGeady
2537 Weeping Willow
Lane
Navarre, Florida 32566

/s/SALLIE Y NORRIS
SALLIEY NORRIS
Attorney For Personal
Representative
ROBISON R. HARRELL
& ASSOCIATES, PA.
3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Florida 32579
(850) 651-1111
Florida Bar Number:
0023840
2/29 & 3/7
2/219

2/222

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE: Kell Recovery
Towing gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 3/23/2012
10:00:00 AM at 6023
Dogwood Dr, Milton, FL
32570 pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. Kell
Recovery Towing re-
serves the right to ac-
cept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1FMZU24E6WUA49004
1998 FORD Explorer

RGM02621M78E 1978
REGAL
2/29
2/220

2/221

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

WHEREAS, Richard
Jette, has petitioned to
vacate, abandon, dis-
continue and renounce
any interest and right of
the public in and to the
following described
property to wit:

The west end of
Cooley's Drive in Pace
Heights Subdivision ly-
ing between lots 9 and
10 as described in Plat
Book B, page 14

AND WHEREAS, a time
and date has been es-
tablished for a public
hearing for the Board
of County Commission-
ers to consider the ad-
visability of exercising
its authority pursuant to
Chapter 336 of the gen-
eral statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim
any right or interest of
the public in and to the
above described prop-
erty

NOW THEREFORE, all
interested persons and
the public generally are
directed that a public
hearing upon the
above mentioned Peti-
tion, shall be held by
the Board of County
Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in the Commis-
sioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa
County Administrative
Center located at 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida on the 22nd
day of March, 2012, 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 re-
spect to any matter
coming before said
Board at said meeting,
it is their individual re-
sponsibility to insure
that a record of pro-
ceedings they are ap-
pealing exists and for
such purpose they will
need to insure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record shall in-
clude the testimony
and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to
be based. Interested







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parties may appear at
the meeting and be
heard with respect to
this matter.
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2/223
NOTICE
Tn-County Community
Council, Inc., Board of
Directors will meet on
Thursday, March 8,
2012 at 5:00 PM., with
Finance Committee
meetings at 4:00 PM.,
and Personnel Commit-
tee meeting at 4:15
PM., at McClains Res-
taurant located on 331
South in Defuniak
Springs.
2/29
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| 1170 |
FOUND
Girl's jacket, near
Whataburger after
Mardi Gras parade.
Call 723-8217







ICHANISE
100 -Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120- Arts & Crans
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170- Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210 Free Pass it On
3220 Furniture
3230 -Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


3230


MOVING SALE Inside
Rain/Shine Sat March 3
7-until 6100 Dogwood
Dr. Few Antiquest


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Affordable
Adop





Call NOAHat 683.0023
to see how easy it is to
take us home with you.


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pour a litter box. So put it on y r
shopping he. Bu. wth so many sur
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GOT THE FACTS ON CATS


5088 Glover Lane
Thurs, Fn, Sat 7-til.
Large sale. Little bit of
everything. Some furni-
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The Alabama Rig is shown on
Roseberry Creek in Scottsboro,
Ala. They're effective enough
that the world's top pros have
outlawed them from the Elite Series
tournaments.


Technique


becomes bass


fishing craze

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A new
bass fishing craze has hit the water-
ways.
Fishermen are snapping up the
Alabama Rig and similar devices, ap-
parently catching fish aplenty. Tackle
companies are raking in enough sales
that at least one was able to add to its
workforce in Arkansas.
The Alabama Rig, invented by
Muscle Shoals fisherman Andy Poss,
has a harness with five wires leading
to baits, mimicking a small school
of baitfish that bass evidently see as
tempting prey. A few dozen compa-
nies have created their own version.
One fish at a time is so 2011.
"It's the biggest thing to come
along in fishing since probably the
rod and reel," said Jack Tibbs, owner
of Strikezone Lure based out of Eu-
faula, Ala. "Every magazine you pick
up, every Internet site, they're talking
about it or writing about it or demon-
strating it."
Poss, a union Pipefitter, came up
with the idea while watching "Blue
Planet" on the Discovery Channel in
his hotel room on a business trip.
He essentially created a smaller
version of the umbrella rigs used in
saltwater after seeing tuna gobbling
up small schools of sardines on the
episode, calling to mind similar ob-
servations on his home lakes.
"If I'd have known it would be as
good as it was," Poss said, "I would
have hired me about 20 people
and made about a million of these
things."
The new umbrella rigs are effec-
tive enough that the world's top pros
have banned them from the Elite Se-
ries tournaments.
"The Elites are kind of a different
animal," said Trip Weldon, Bassmas-
ter's tournament director. "You don't
see Major League Baseball players
using aluminum bats."
In states such as Alabama and Ar-
kansas, though, fishermen have tak-
en the bait and so have the fish.
Tibbs and Dave Precht, senior
director of B.A.S.S. publications and
communications, both said there are
30-plus companies making versions of
the Alabama Rig, which is produced
by Mann's Bait Company in Eufaula.
Poss spent 18 months tinkering
with the device. He used it himself
for a year and won "about every tour-
nament we fished with it." Then he
and his father started making them
by hand at home last July before
the enterprise fizzled out a couple of
months later.
Then, Poss showed the rig to an-
gler Paul Elias, who used it in an FLW
tournament on Lake Guntersville in
northeast Alabama in October, and
won by 17 pounds with a four-day haul
totaling more than 102 pounds.
The devices simulate a school of
shad, which bass feed on in the fall.
"It's very effective on a fall pat-
tern," Elias said. "Nobody really
knows how effective it's going to be
on everything else. We haven't had
much of a winter, so it's really been
exceptional while the fish have stayed
on fall pattern.
"It's an amazing bait, and it's
amazing how the fish react to it."


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At right, it's Florida, so flamingos are never out of place. Below, RVs just outside
the track don't have a view of the racing, but they are close enough to the edge of
the track to hear it.


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LIFESTYLE


Daytona a haven
for RV lovers

By Mike Cazalas
Florida Freedom Newspapers
The great outdoors might
not be for everyone, but
when the great outdoors is
that area outside the Great
American Race at Daytona
International Speedway
you'll find some of the most
avid RV enthusiasts in the
country.
"It's not camping," Paul
Larrabee, 60, said as he
sat on an orange cushion
on a black collapsible chair
- bearing the No. 3 of Dale
Earnhardt which sat on a
trailer along with a matching
wicker loveseat, wicker chair
and a table outside his RV
"It's a lifestyle."
The trailer is to haul
Larrabee's American Iron
Horse Texas Chopper. He
left the Harley-Davidson at
home.
Traveling to Daytona


has been part of Larrabee's
lifestyle for almost 30 years,
and for the past 20 years
that has included traveling
in an RV and renting a space
on the grounds outside the
track.
A spot can be had for $575,
and it's a popular choice
- Larrabee knows many of
his "neighbors" since they
all end up in the same spot
twice a year when NASCAR
comes to Daytona. Once you
get a spot, you have first
rights to rent it for the next
race, and people don't give
that up too easily.
Because once a spot is
claimed, the owner is freed
from the hassles facing tens
of thousands of fans trying
to get to and from the track
each day during race weeks.
Entering the grounds
of Daytona the RVs spread
out before your eyes like
misplaced train cars that
were once in a perfect
alignment but were slightly
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askew. There's symmetry to
it, an alignment that comes
off as orderly to the passerby
but which would drive an
engineer crazy.
Some RVs, such as
Larrabee's, though still
perfectly serviceable, might
have seen better days he
paid $65,000 for it a couple of
decades ago. It doesn't stand
out as being faulty or in ill-
repair; it's just across the
street from a Fleetwood that
cost about $150,000.
"And they go up from
there," he said.
Only a few RVs away,
Melody Hoffman of
Greencove Springs sat with
her parents on collapsible
chairs with only a large
checkered-flag-designed
rug separating them from
her Coachmen Sport Coach,
which set her back about
$130,000 when she bought it
eight years ago.
Is it worth it?
"Absolutely it was,"
Hoffmann, 58, said. "It's just
so great meeting all these
different people. We 'people
watch,' and everyone stops
by to say hello, it's just so
friendly."
Hoffmann wasn't a race
fan nine years ago.
"I had never been to a
race in my life, and I was
invited to come here eight
years ago," she said. "That
was in February and we
bought the RV in March, and
we've been here ever since."
Hoffmann even offered
a tour of the RV while
explaining the benefits
and comforts of traeling
that way, whether it's to a
race or( any location There


was plenty of room, the air
conditioning was a relief and
an array of fruits, waters and
wine lined the counter.
"When you just go by car,
you park wherever you're
going and you don't get the
full experience," she said.
"We get to sit here, watch
and talk, and there's just
something exciting about it
when the cars are roaring
around out there whether it's
a practice or a truck race or
whatever."
Those who have been
around longer, such as
Larrabee, describe the RV
area outside the track as
its own community, even
carrying different standards
than the RV city that goes for
a much higher price in the
infield.
"No one locks there doors
out here, we watch out for
each other," Larrabee said.
"The camaraderie in our
section is real, it's almost
always the same people. In
the infield, he said, it can
turn into a party that doesn't
end until the wee hours of
the morning.
That doesn't mean it's
sedate outside the track,
a point driven home by
his consumption of large
quantities of energy drink
Friday morning.
"It was a rough night," he
said. "We figured we'd just
blow it out and get it over
with, but we start rolling the
carpet up about 11 p.m.
"In there," he continued,
his head leaning toward the
infield, "they keep going until
3 or 4 in the morning. They
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LOS ANGELES (AP) Academy
Awards voters have spoken up for
"The Artist," the first silent film to
triumph at Hollywood's highest hon-
ors since the original Oscar ceremo-
ny 83 years ago.
The black-and-white comic melo-
drama took four prizes Sunday, in-
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Dujardin and director for Michel
Hazanavicius. Not since the World
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standing picture at the first Oscars
in 1929 had a silent film earned the
top prize.
The other top Oscars went to
Meryl Streep as best actress for
"The Iron Lady," Octavia Spencer
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and Christopher Plummer as sup-
porting actor for "Beginners."
The 82-year-old Plummer won for
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my mother's womb, I was already
rehearsing my Oscar speech."
The previous oldest winner was
best-actress recipient Jessica Tandy
for "Driving Miss Daisy," at age 80.
Completing an awards-season
blitz that took her from Hollywood
bit player to star, Spencer won for
her role as a headstrong black maid
whose willful ways continually land
her in trouble with white employers
in 1960s Mississippi.
Spencer wept throughout her
breathless speech, in which she
apologized between laughing and
crying for running a bit long on her
time limit.
"Thank you, academy, for put-


Director Michel Hazanavicius
accepts the best director award
for'The Artist' at the 84th
Academy Awards on Sunday.
ting me with the hottest guy in the
room," Spencer said, referring to
last year's supporting-actor winner
Christian Bale, who presented her
Oscar.
Her brash character holds a per-
sonal connection: "The Help" author
Kathryn Stockett based some of the
woman's traits on Spencer, whom
she met through childhood pal Tate
Taylor, the director of the film.
Martin Scorsese's Paris adven-
ture "Hugo" won five Oscars, includ-
ing the first two prizes of the night,
for cinematography and art direc-
tion. It also won for visual effects,
sound mixing and sound editing.
It was a great start for Scorsese's
film, which led contenders with 11
nominations.
"Marty, you're a genius as usual,"
said "Hugo" cinematographer Rob-


ert Richardson, who won his third
Oscar after previous wins for "JFK"
and Scorsese's "The Aviator."
The visual-effects prize had
been the last chance for the "Harry
Potter" franchise to win an Oscar.
The finale, "Harry Potter and the
Deathly Hallows: Part 2," had been
nominated for visual effects and two
other Oscars but lost all three. Previ-
ous "Harry Potter" installments had
lost on all nine of their nominations.
The teen wizard may never have
struck Oscar gold, but he has a con-
solation prize: $7.7 billion at the box
office worldwide, including $1.3 bil-
lion from "Deathly Hallows: Part 2,"
last year's top-grossing movie.
"And yet they only paid 14 per-
cent income tax," Oscar host Billy
Crystal joked about the "Potter"
franchise.
Another beloved big-screen
bunch, the Muppets, finally got their
due at the Oscars. "The Muppets"
earned the best-song award for
"Man or Muppet," the sweet comic
duet sung by Jason Segel and his
Muppet brother in the film, the first
big-screen adventure in 12 years for
Kermit the frog and company.
Earlier Muppet flicks had been
nominated for four music Oscars but
lost each time, including the song
prize for "The Rainbow Connec-
tion," Kermit's signature tune from
1979's "The Muppet Movie."
Filmmaker Alexander Payne
picked up his second writing Oscar,
sharing the adapted-screenplay
prize for the Hawaiian family drama
"The Descendants" with co-writers
Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.
Woody Allen earned his first Os-
car in 25 years, winning for original
screenplay for the romantic fantasy
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thanks, in no small part,
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discussion called "Girls Gone Wild" about women in
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restaurants."
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passion for cooKing.
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giant tub of tartar sauce
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and yell that it's horrible,
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Mazar, who is known
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"Entourage" as press
agent Shauna Roberts,
hosts Cooking Channel's
"Extra Virgin" with her
Italian husband. She said
panelists Guarnaschelli
and Hamilton receive
more credit in the
industry "since they're
not wearing heels" in the
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
CASE NO: 12-113-CA

MERRILL LYNCH L.P
HOLDINGS, INC.,
a Delaware corpora-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.

SANTA ROSA II, LLC, a
Delaware limited liabil-
ity company, SANTA
ROSA BEACH DEVEL-
OPMENT CORP I, a
Florida corporation,
FARBOD S. ZOHOURI,
an individual, INPRO,
LLC, a Florida limited li-
ability company,
Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION

TO: FARBOD S.
ZOHOURI

YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action to
appoint a receiver in
connection with prom-
issory notes, mort-
gages and security in-
terests in real and per-
sonal property located
in Santa Rosa County,
Florida has been filed
against you. The prop-
erty is more fully de-
scribed in Exhibit A at-
tached hereto.

EXHIBIT "A'

I. LEGAL DESCRIP-
TION:- REAL PROP-
ERTY

PARCEL I.
A PORTION OF LOTS 5
AND 6. FIRST ADDI-
TION TO NAVARRE
BEACH, COMMERCIAL
SECTION 1, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT


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THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B, AT PAGES
90. 91 AND 92, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND IN PLAT BOOK 5,
AT PAGE 95, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ESCAMBIA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:

BEGIN AT THE
NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID LOT 6,
THENCE SOUTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF SAID
LOT 7 A DISTANCE OF
232.20 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 8.21 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
69.22 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 35 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 44 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 11.42 FEET
RETURNING TO SAID
EAST LINE OF LOT 7;
THENCE SOUTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID
EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 210.65
FEET TO A POINT
HEREINAFTER RE-
FERRED TO AS POINT
"A"; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 10 DE-
GREES 49 MINUTES
27 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 90
FEET, MORE OR
LESS, TO THE AP-
PROXIMATE SHORE-
LINE OF THE GULF OF
MEXICO; THENCE ME-
ANDER NORTHEAST-
ERLY ALONG SAID
SHORELINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 200 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO
AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE EAST LINE
OF SAID LOT 5;
THENCE NORTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
WEST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 90 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO A
PONT BEING NORTH
79 DEGREES 10 MIN-
UTES 33 SECONDS
EAST AND 200.00
FEET FROM THE
AFOREMENTIONED
POINT "A"; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 520.00
FEET TO THE SOUTH-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF GULF BOULE-
VARD (120' R/W);
THENCE SOUTH 79
DEGREES 10 MIN-
UTES 33 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 200.00
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
ABOVE DESCRIBED
PARCEL LIES IN UN-
SECTIONALIZED
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 26 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.

LESS AND EXCEPT
THE FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED PORTION:

A PORTION OF LOTS 5
& 6 FIRST ADDITION
TO NAVARRE BEACH
COMMERCIAL SEC-
TION 1 ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT OF SAID
SUBDIVISION RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B, PAGE 93, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA; MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID LOT 5;
THENCE. SOUTH 10
DEGREES 49 MIN-
UTES 27 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF SAID
LOT 5 A DISTANCE OF
343.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 5.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE
SOUTH 10 DEGREES


49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 76.12
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 34 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 64.83
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 53.78
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 55 DEGREES
49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 64.88
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 10 DEGREES
49 MINUTES 27 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 76.12
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 52 DEGREES
11 MINUTES 39 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 56.39
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 79 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS EAST 45.00
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 73 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 33 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 56.39 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING

TOGETHER WITH Re-
ciprocal Use Agree-
ment and Easement for
Beach Colony Resort
on Navarre recorded in
Official Records Book
2033, Page 685 and
re-recorded in Official
Records Book 2332,
Page 1723, of the Pub-
lic Records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.

AND PARCEL 2:
A portion of Lots 6, 7,
and 8, First Addition to
Navarre Beach, Com-
mercial Section 1, ac-
cording to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book B, at Pages
90, 91 and 92, of the
Public Records of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida: described as
follows:

Begin at the Northwest
comer of said Lot 8,
thence North 79 de-
grees 10 minutes 33
seconds East along the
southerly right-of-way
line of Gulf Boulevard
(120' R/W) a distance
of 200.00 feet to the
Northeast corner of
said Lot 7; thence
South 10 Degrees 49
Minutes 27 Seconds
East along the East line
of said Lot 7 a distance
of 232.20 feet; thence
North 79 Degrees 10
Minutes 33 Seconds
East a distance of 8.21
feet: thence South 10
Degrees 49 Minutes 27
Seconds East a dis-
tance of 69.22 feet;
thence South 35 De-
grees 10 Minutes 44
Seconds West a dis-
tance of 11.42 Feet re-
turning to said East line
of Lot 7; thence South
10 Degrees 49 Minutes
27 Seconds East along
said East line a dis-
tance of 210.65 feet to
a point hereinafter re-
ferred to as Point "A';
thence continue South
10 Degrees 49 Minutes
27 Seconds East a dis-
tance of 144 feet, more
or less, to the approxi-
mate shoreline of the
Gulf of Mexico; thence
meander Southwesterly
along said shoreline
distance of 200 feet,
more or less to an in-
tersection with the
West line of said Lot 8;
thence North 10 De-
grees 49 minutes 27
seconds West along
said West line a dis-
tance of 152.00 feet,
more or less, to a point
being South 79 De-
grees 10 Minutes 33
Seconds West and
200.00 feet from the
aforementioned Point
"A'; thence continue
North 10 Degrees 49
Minutes 27 Seconds
West along said West
line a distance of
520.00 feet to the point
of beginning. Above
described parcel lies in
unsectionalized Town-
ship 2 South, Range 26
West, Santa Rosa
County, Florida. less
and except those Con-
dominium Units previ-
ously released of rec-
ord (Parcel 1 and Par-
cel 2 are collectively re-


1100
ferred to as the "Land");

TOGETHER WITH:

II. PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY:

A. Fixtures: All property
and equipment now
owned or hereafter ac-
quired by Santa Rosa,
II, a Delaware limited li-
ability company ("Santa
Rosa") and/or Santa
Rosa Beach Develop-
ment Corp. I, a Florida
corporation ("Corp I")
(Santa Rosa and Corp I
are collectively referred
to hereinafter as the
"Owner") and now or
hereafter located un-
der, on, or above the
Land, whether or not
permanently affixed,
which, to the fullest ex-
tent permitted by appli-
cable law in effect from
time to time, shall be
deemed Fixtures and a
part of such Land
(collectively, the
"Fixtures"); together
with,

B. Leases: Any and all
leases, subleases, li-
censes, concessions,
or grants of other pos-
sessory interests, to-
gether with the security
therefore, now or hereaf-
ter in force, oral or writ-
ten, covering or affect-
ing the Land or any
part thereof
(collectively, the
"Leases"); together
with,

C. Rents: All of the
rents, royalties, issues.
revenues, income, prof-
its, security deposits
and other benefits
whether past due, or
now or hereafter arising
from the Land under
the Leases or other-
wise, and the occu-
pancy, use and enjoy-
ment thereof
(collectively, the
"Rents"); together with,

D. Personal Property
All of the following
property of Owner
whether now owned or
existing, or hereafter
acquired or arising,
whether located in, on,
pertaining to, used or
intended to be used in
connection with or re-
sulting or created from
the ownership, devel-
opment, management,
or operation of the
Land:

(i) All improvements (to
the extent the same are
not deemed to be real
property) and land-
scaping (collectively,
the "Improvements"):

(ii) All Fixtures (to the
extent the same are not
deemed to be real
property) and goods to
become Fixtures;

(iill) All accounts, ac-
counts receivable,
other receivables, con-
tract rights, chattel pa-
per, instruments and
documents: any other
obligations or indebt-
edness owed to Owner
from whatever source
arising; all rights of
Owner to receive any
performance or any
payments in money or
kind; all guaranties of
the foregoing and se-
curity therefore; all of the
right, title and interest
of Owner in and with
respect to the goods,
services, or other prop-
erty that gave rise to or
that secure any of the
foregoing, and all rights
of Owner as an unpaid
seller of goods and ser-
vices, including, but
not limited to, the rights
to stoppage in transit,
replevin, reclamation,
and resale;

(iv) All goods, including
without limitation, all
machinery, equipment,
furniture, furnishings,
building supplies and
materials, appliances,
business machines,
tools, aircraft and mo-
tor vehicles of every
kind and description,
and all warranties and
guaranties for any of
the foregoing;

(v) All inventory, mer-
chandise, raw materi-
als, parts, supplies,
work-in-process and


finished products in-
tended for sale. of
every kind and descrip-
tion, in the custody or
possession, actual or
constructive, of Owner
including such inven-
tory as is temporarily
out of the custody or
possession of Debtor,
and any returns upon
any accounts and other
proceeds resulting
from the sale or dispo-
sition of any of the fore-
going. including, with-
out limitation, raw ma-
terials, work-in-proc-
ess, and finished
goods:

(vi) All general intangi-
bles, including without
limitation, corporate or
other business records
and books, computer
records whether on
tape, disc or otherwise
stored, blueprints, sur-
veys, architectural or
engineering drawings,
plans and specifica-
tions, trademarks,
tradenames, goodwill,
telephone numbers, li-
censes, governmental
approvals, franchises,
permits, payment and
performance bonds,
tax refund claims, and
agreements with utility
companies, together
with any deposits,
prepaid fees and
charges paid thereon:

(vii) All Leases and
Rents (to the extent
same are not deemed
to be real property);

(viii) All judgments,
awards of damages
and settlements from
any condemnation or
eminent domain pro-
ceedings regarding the
Land, the improve-
ments or any of the
Land;

(ix) All proceeds of
insurance policies relat-
ing to the Land;

(x) All other personal
property. including
without limitation, man-
agement contracts,
construction contracts,
architectural contracts,
service contracts. engi-
neering contracts, ad-
vertising contracts,
contracts for purchase
and sale of any of the
Land, purchase orders,
equipment leases,
monies in escrow ac-
counts, reservation
agreements, prepaid
expenses, deposits and
down payments with
respect to the sale or
rental of any of the
Land, options and
agreements with re-
spect to additional real
property for use or de-
velopment of the Land,
end-loan commitments.
abstracts of title, all
brochures, advertising
materials. condomin-
ium documents and
prospectuses, and

(xi) All proceeds, prod-
ucts, replacements, ad-
ditions, betterments,
extensions, improve-
ments, substitutions,
renewals and acces-
sions of any and all of
the foregoing; together
with

E. All of Farbod S.
Zahourl's, an individual
(the "Defendant"), right,
title and interest,
whether now owned or
hereafter acquired as
member of Santa Rosa,
(including without limi-
tation, Defendant's
share of the profits,
losses and capital of
Santa Rosa, and the
right to vote, take ac-
tions or consent to
actions in accordance
with the Second
Amended and Restated
Limited Liability Com-
pany Agreement of
Santa Rosa II, LLC
dated December 14,
2006 ("LLC Agree-
ment"), and to partici-
pate in the operation of
Santa Rosa, if any),
and all instruments,
whether heretofore or
hereafter acquired, evi-
dencing such rights
and interests; the prop-
erty of Santa Rosa (but
only to the extent of
Santa Rosa's interest in
same, if any); all distri-
butions made by Santa
Rosa to Defendant in


| 1100
accordance with the
LLC Agreement; the
proceeds (including
claims against third
parties), products, off-
spring, rents, revenues,
issues, profits, royal-
ties, income, benefits,
additions and acces-
sions of the foregoing;
all replacements and
substitutions of the
foregoing; all books
and records (including
computerized records,
software and disks)
owned by Defendant
and relating to any of
the foregoing; and all
instruments, certificates
and other evidence of
the foregoing.


You are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on Plaintiff's attor-
ney:
Catherine S. Hester
Brown & Associates,
PLLC
5 Main Street
Suite 3A-2
PO Box 611246
Rosemary Beach, Flor-
ida 32461

on or before March 30,
2012, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately
thereafter. Otherwise, a
default will be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
Complaint.

WITNESS, my hand
and seal of this Court
on this 23 day of Feb-
ruary, 2012.

Mary M Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
2/29, 3/7, 314 & 3/21
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2/193

DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY

FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY

Proposed Flood Haz-
ard Determinations
for the Unincorpora-
ted Areas of Santa
Rosa County, Florida
Case No.
11-04-7398P. The De-
partment of Homeland
Security's Federal
Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA)
solicits technical infor-
mation or comments
on proposed flood haz-
ard determinations for
the Flood Insurance
Rate Map (FIRM), and
where applicable, the
Flood Insurance Study
(FIS) report for your
community. These
flood hazard determi-
nations may include
the addition or modifi-
cation of Base Flood
Elevations, base flood
depths, Special Flood
Hazard Area bounda-
ries or zone designa-
tions, or the regulatory
floodway. The FIRM
and, if applicable, the
FIS report have been
revised to reflect these
flood hazard determi-
nations through issu-
ance of a Letter of Map
Revision (LOMR), in ac-
cordance with Title 44,
Part 65 of the Code of
Federal Regulations.
These determinations
are the basis for the
floodplain management
measures that your
community is required
to adopt or show evi-
dence of having in ef-
fect to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. For more infor-
mation on the pro-
posed flood hazard de-
terminations and infor-
mation on the statutory
90-day period provided
for appeals, please visit
FEMA's website at
ww.fema.gov/plan/prevent/fh
m/bfe, or call the
FEMA Map Information
eXchange (FMIX) toll
free at 1-877-FEMA
MAP (1-877-336-2627).
2/22 & 2/29
2/193


2/120

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER
10-DP-44

IN THE INTEREST OF:
B.G. 04/07/1993
G.G. 05/11/2001
A.G. 10/25/2003
MINOR CHILDREN

NOTICE OF ACTION
AND OF HEARING
FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARD-
IANSHIP

THE STATE OF FLOR-
IDA

TO: BRIAN GUIMOND,
SR.
65 Clements Street
Fall River, MA 02720

A Petition for Termina-
tion of Parental Rights
under oath has been
filed in this Court re-
garding the above ref-
erenced child.

You are to appear be-
fore the Honorable
John F. Simon, Jr., at
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse, located at
6865 Caroline Street,
S.E., Milton, Florida
32570, at 9:00 A.M., on
March 6, 2012. You
must appear at the
hearing on the date
and time specified.

FAILURE TO PERSON-
ALLY APPEAR AT THIS
ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CON-
SENT TO THE TERMI-
NATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS TO THIS
CHILD (THESE CHIL-
DREN). IF YOU FAIL
TO APPEAR ON THE
DATE AND TIME
SPECIFIED YOU MAY
LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS TO THE
CHILD (OR CHILDREN)
WHOSE INITIALS AP-
PEAR ABOVE.

IF YOU ARE A PER-
SON WITH A DISABIL-
ITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICI-
PATE IN THIS PRO-
CEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO
THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSIS-
TANCE. PLEASE CON-
TACT SHELIA SIMS,
CHIEF DEPUTY
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION; 850-595-4400;
M.C. BLANCHARD JU-
DICIAL CTR., 5TH
FLOOR, 190 GOVERN-
MENTAL CENTER;
PENSACOLA, FL
32502, AT LEAST
SEVEN DAYS BEFORE
YOUR SCHEDULED
COURT APPEARANCE,
OR IMMEDIATELY
UPON RECEIVING
THIS NOTIFICATION IF
THE TIME BEFORE
THE SCHEDULED AP-
PEARANCE IS LESS
THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU
ARE HEARING OR
VOICE IMPAIRED,
CALL 711.

WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court at Mil-
ton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, on this
1st day of February,
2012.

MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Suzanne Brooks
Deputy Clerk

2/11, 2/15, 2/22 & 2/29
2/120

2/192
DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY

FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY
Proposed Flood Haz-
ard Determinations
for the Unincorpora-
ted Areas of Santa
Rosa County, Florida
and Case No.
11-04-7400P. The De-
partment of Homeland
Security's Federal
Emergency Manage-


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1100
ment Agency (FEMA)
solicits technical infor-
mation or comments
on proposed flood haz-
ard determinations for
the Flood Insurance
Rate Map (FIRM), and
where applicable, the
Flood Insurance Study
(FIS) report for your
community. These
flood hazard determi-
nations may include
the addition or modifi-
cation of Base Flood
Elevations, base flood
depths, Special Flood
Hazard Area bounda-
ries or zone designa-
tions, or the regulatory
floodway. The FIRM
and, if applicable, the
FIS report have been
revised to reflect these
flood hazard determi-
nations through issu-
ance of a Letter of Map
Revision (LOMR), in ac-
cordance with Title 44,
Part 65 of the Code of
Federal Regulations.
These determinations
are the basis for the
floodplain management
measures that your
community is required
to adopt or show evi-
dence of having in ef-
fect to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. For more infor-
mation on the pro-
posed flood hazard de-
terminations and infor-
mation on the statutory
90-day period provided
for appeals, please visit
FEMA's website at
wwwfema.gov/plan/prevent/fh
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case Number:
2012-CP-38
In Re: The Estate Of
JAMES HENRY
MCGEADY a/k/a
James H. McGeady,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:

The administration of
the estate of JAMES
HENRY MCGEADY
a/k/a James H.
McGeady, deceased,
File Number 2012-CP-
38, is pending in the
Probate Court, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
the address of which is:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Santa Rosa County
Courthouse
PO. Box 472
Milton, Florida 32572
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All creditors of the de-
cedent, and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, on
whom a copy of this
notice is served, within
three months after the
date of the first publica-
tion of this notice, must
file their claims with this
court, WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent, and per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF


S 1100
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

The date of the first
publication of this no-
tice is February 29,
2012.

Personal Representa-
tive:
Paula A. McGeady
2537 Weeping Willow
Lane
Navarre, Florida 32566

/s/SALLIE Y NORRIS
SALLIE Y NORRIS
Attorney For Personal
Representative
ROBISON R. HARRELL
& ASSOCIATES, PA.
3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Florida 32579
(850) 651-1111
Florida Bar Number:
0023840
2/29 & 3/7
2/219

2/222

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE: Kell Recovery
Towing gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 3/23/2012
10:00:00 AM at 6023
Dogwood Dr, Milton, FL
32570 pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. Kell
Recovery Towing re-
serves the right to ac-
cept or reject any
and/or all bids.
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2/221

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

WHEREAS, Richard
Jette, has petitioned to
vacate, abandon, dis-
continue and renounce
any interest and right of
the public in and to the
following described
property to wit:

The west end of
Cooley's Drive in Pace
Heights Subdivision ly-
ing between lots 9 and
10 as described in Plat
Book B, page 14

AND WHEREAS, a time
and date has been es-
tablished for a public
hearing for the Board
of County Commission-
ers to consider the ad-
visability of exercising
its authority pursuant to
Chapter 336 of the gen-
eral statutes to vacate,
abandon, discontinue,
renounce and disclaim
any right or interest of
the public in and to the
above described prop-
erty

NOW THEREFORE, all
interested persons and
the public generally are
directed that a public
hearing upon the
above mentioned Peti-
tion, shall be held by
the Board of County
Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida, in the Commis-
sioners Meeting Room
in the Santa Rosa
County Administrative
Center located at 6495
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida on the 22nd
day of March, 2012, 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 re-
spect to any matter
coming before said
Board at said meeting,
it is their individual re-
sponsibility to insure
that a record of pro-
ceedings they are ap-
pealing exists and for
such purpose they will
need to insure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record shall in-
clude the testimony
and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to
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NOTICE

Tn-County Community
Council, Inc., Board of
Directors will meet on
Thursday, March 8,
2012 at 5:00 PM., with
Finance Committee
meetings at 4:00 PM.,
and Personnel Commit-
tee meeting at 4:15
PM., at McClains Res-
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