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MARTIN COUNTYSTUART JENSEN BEACH PALM CITY HOBE SOUND Vol. 17, No. 21 en-USFriday, Oct. 19, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsMartin @hometownnewsmc @HometownNewsMC Voted BEST Gold/Silver Sales/Buying 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S Voted BEST Jewelry Store 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S stluciejewelry.comOVER 1,000 ENGAGEMENT RINGS & LOOSE DIAMONDS IN STOCK en-USVoters in the 2018 Florida General Election will en-US face the most confusing ballot in a generation, en-US especially regarding the proposed constitutional en-US amendments. Understanding the proposals and en-US figuring out how you wish to vote on each will en-US take some time and independent research.en-US The Florida Constitution can be changed in en-US four ways. The legislature can propose a change by en-US joint resolution. Citizens and nonprofits can folen-US-en-US low an initiative process including the gathering en-US of large numbers of signatures. The Constitutional en-US Revision Commission can propose changes, and en-US the Taxation and Budget Reform Commission can en-US propose changes.en-US Proposed amendments require 60 percent en-US approval from voters to pass, per Florida Constien-US -en-US tution, Article XI, Section 5(e).en-US For the November, 2018 general election, 12 en-US proposed amendments will be on the ballot. Of en-US these, seven were submitted by the CRC, three by en-US the legislature, and two by citizen petition initiaen-US-en-US tive.en-US The CRC meets once every 20 years. Florida is en-US the only state with a constitutional amendment en-US commission.en-US The CRC, created by Article XI, Section 2 of the en-US Florida Constitution, has 37 members. The conen-US -en-US stitution sets the Attorney General as the only en-USTwelve state constitution en-US amendments on ballot en-USCounty en-US addresses en-US glysophate en-US usage en-USSTUART Martin County staff proen-US-en-US vided the County Commission on en-US exhaustive overview of glysophate usage en-US locally, regionally and nationally Sept. en-US 25, in response to resident concerns en-US about the growing use of one of the en-US worlds most common pesticides. en-US Martin County Public Works Deputy en-US Director James Gorton told commisen-US -en-US sioners his staff last year used approxien-US -en-US mately 965 gallons of glysophate, with en-US 690 gallons used on land and 275 galen-US -en-US lons used for aquatic weed control. en-US Where does Martin County use glyen-US-en-US phosate? he asked retrospectively. We en-US use it in our enhanced landscape beds en-US for weed control and in our right-of-en-US ways, in the cracks and expansion joints en-US of concrete surfaces, in drainage ditches, en-US around the edges of our storm water en-US treatment areas and for controlling evaen-US -en-US sive species in our preserve and conseren-US -en-US vation lands.en-US Mr. Gorton described the chemical as en-US the main ingredient in Roundup and en-US Rodeo the aquatic version of the pesen-US-en-US ticide and admitted its usage has en-USRally for the river en-USSeeen-US en-US AMENDMENTSen-US, page 7 The Florida Oceanographic Society held their Rally for the River on Saturday, en-USOct. 13 at Flagler Park in downtown Stuart. en-USFor more information on Florida en-US Oceanographic Society, call (772) 225-0505 or visiten-US en-USSeeen-US en-US GLYSOPHATEen-US, page 9en-USCommissioners agree en-US to Integrated Pest en-US Management plan that en-US could curtail usage of en-US common pesticideen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeven-year-old Dela en-US Kernan creates a en-US work of Trash Art as en-US she decorates her en-US flipflop with garbage en-US collected from the en-US beach and river at the en-US Rally for the River. For en-US more information visit en-US tctrashart.comen-USSevin Bullwinkleen-US staff photographer LOOKING FOR A HOME 2 en-USWould you like an active, en-US very playful pooch who en-US likes active kids? Visit en-US the Humane Society en-USMEET BOY en-USVISIT US ONLINEen-USWant to catch up on a en-US favorite columnist or see en-US more pictures and more en-US community news? en-USMISSING A en-US FAVORITE FEATURE? en-USSTAYING IN TOUCH Want to be sure you know what's going on around the en-USTreasure Coast? Email en-US en-US with "newsletter" in the subject line. en-USTOWNIES 13en-USTouring with the en-US Townies features en-US reader-submitted en-US photos from travels. en-US Lets see how many en-US places we can go! en-USGOING ON A TRIP? en-USINDEX Classified 17 Crossword en-US15 Horoscopes en-US11 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDAR See en-UScommunity en-US events on en-US page 2 and en-US online at en-US hometownen-US-en-US


2 en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 19en-GB en-GB Martin County Genealogical Society en-GB monthly meeting:en-GB 1-3 p.m., third Friday each en-GB month, Blake Library, 2351 S.E. Monterey en-GB Road, Stuart. Speaker is TBA. Free, public is en-GB welcome to attend. en-GB For more information, en-GB visiten-GB, OCT. 20en-GB en-GB Insider Secrets of the Wild Outside en-GB 'Bats, Frightful or Fascinating?':en-GB Hosted en-GB by Treasure Coast Wildlife Center, 8626 en-GB S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Two sessions en-GB scheduled for children of different ages. en-GB 10-11:30 a.m. for grades K through 4; en-GB 1-3 p.m. for grades 5-9. The afternoon en-GB program is a hands on STEM project that en-GB has participants investigating how bats are en-GB the only flying mammal. The younger group en-GB will engage in role playing to examine how en-GB bats use echo location to find food and en-GB avoid dangers. Enrollment is limited to only en-GB 15 children in each session and advance en-GB registration is required. A program fee of en-GB $8 per child ($15 for two children in same en-GB family) is needed upon registration. Parents en-GB may stay with their child during the program. en-GB For more information or to register, call (772) en-GB 286-6200 or visit en-GB, OCT. 20 SUNDAY, OCT. 21en-US en-US Handcrafted Jewelry, Rock and Gem en-US Show: en-US 41st annual show from the St. Lucie en-US County Rock and Gem Club will be held at en-US the Martin County Fairgrounds, 2616 S.E. en-US Dixie Highway, Stuart. Exhibitors, vendors, en-US artisans and club members will be selling en-US their wares and demonstrating techniques en-US and skills. There will also be a raffle for en-US custom-made jewelry, a 'Treasure Table' with en-US unique items for sale, and a children's area en-US with activities. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on en-US Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. en-US The show benefits The Bob and Ruth Young en-US Memorial Scholarship at IRSC, awarded to a en-US student in either the earth sciences or arts en-US program. Free admission, but a $5 donation en-US for the scholarship is greatly appreciated. en-US For en-US more information about the club and the en-US show, visit en-US html, en-US or en-US slcrockandgemclub.en-GB en-GB Fall Garden Festival:en-GB 31st annual event en-GB will be held at Heathcote Botanical Gardens, en-GB 210 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. Includes a en-GB variety of plant and flower vendors, garden en-GB supplies, garden arts & crafts, childrens en-GB activities, food and refreshments, en-GB demonstrations, classes and more. Browse en-GB through an exceptional selection of plants en-GB exotics, natives, tropicals, palms, orchids, en-GB herbs plus garden art and accessories en-GB offered by vendors from across the state. Get en-GB advice, ask questions or stop by to chat. Free en-GB admission. Hours on Saturday are 9 a.m. to en-GB 4 p.m., Sunday hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. en-GB For more information or volunteer and en-GB vendor information, call (772) 464-4672 or en-GB visit en-GB www.heathcotebotanicalgardens.en-GB org/31st-annual-garden-festival/en-USMONDAY, OCT. 22en-US en-US Open House at IRSC Indiantown en-US Education Center:en-US 5-7 p.m., 15655 S.W. en-US Osceola Street, Indiantown. The Center en-USCommunity calendar 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Vaccine Clinic Saturday, October 27$500 Rabies ShotsCash & Check Only8AM-11 AM Call for an appointment today334-5901 The Atlantic Animal Clinic1315 NE Sunview Terr. Jensen Beach Now Carrying CBD Nationwide now writing Homeowner Insurance in Martin and St. Lucie CountiesCall local agent Mike Boogaart 772-343-1963Atlantic Insurance Partners, Inc. 3725 SE Ocean Blvd., #104 Sewalls Point, FL 34996 Mike@aipagency.comProducts underwritten by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies. Home Office: Columbus, OH 43215. Life Insurance is issued by Nationwide Life Insurance Company or Nationwide Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Columbus, Ohio. Nationwide, Nationwide Is on Your Side, and the Nationwide N and Eagle are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. Nationwide CPC-0-435A-) (09/17) 0535544 HOME | BUSINESS | RETIREMENT en-USBoy came to the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast not too en-US long ago via Martin County Animal Services when his owners needen-US -en-US ed to surrender him. Boy is an active, playful, slightly rambunctious en-US guy and his boisterous personality was scaring the grandkids. Boy en-US is good with kids, just a little too playful sometimes. en-US He is looking for a home where he can be the only fur-kid in the en-US home; Boy is very picky about his dog friends. As for his name, we en-US dont know why he is named Boy but he seems to like it and knows en-US his name. In a place where nothing is familiar, having a familiar en-US name seems to bring him some comfort. en-US Boy is one of HSTCs newest Dollys Dream Dogs! This means his en-US adoption fee has been sponsored AND he comes with a bunch of en-US extra goodies to help him adjust to his new home. Some of these en-US bonus goodies include a crate and a FREE 6 week training class! en-US To learn more about Dollys Dream, visit en-US -en-US lys-dream. Looking for en-USa homeen-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 8


3 en-USJENSEN BEACH For the last three en-US years, Treasure Coast residents and in paren-US -en-US ticular those who live on Hutchinson Island en-US have reaped the benefits of the decades of en-US hair-styling experience available at Gaetaen-US -en-US nos Beauty Salon. en-US The regular customers who go there for a en-US vast array of services at the full-service salon en-US really have to credit Owner Gaetano Izzos en-US failed attempt at retirement in 2015. After en-US five decades of hair-styling in New Jersey, he en-US traded his clippers and styling chair for a en-US beachside condo in Stuart, but quickly disen-US -en-US covered he preferred those items to idleness.en-US Ill never retire again, he said. I dont en-US like retirement.en-US Prior to relocating to Martin County, Mr. en-US Izzo owned five different salons in the Garen-US -en-US den State beginning when he was 18 years en-US old and has always studied the latest trends en-US to stay current with todays hairstyles. en-US I would go to classes all over the world to en-US learn, he said. I went to classes in Italy for en-US three years and California for 10 years. You en-US can count on the stylists at Gaetanos Beauty en-US Salon to keep abreast of the beauty industry. en-US Our stylists are highly trained and have en-US studied all over the world. We believe in en-US continuous learning, so our staff is always en-US taking new classes to stay up-to-date for en-US you.en-US Patrons at Gaetanos can select from a en-US broad range of salon services, including en-US haircuts, coloring, waxing, hair extensions, en-US wedding party hair styling and keratin treaten-US -en-US ments. The briefly retired entrepreneur has en-US trained all of his staff to develop a rapport en-US with customers before they begin cutting to en-US ensure they understand exactly what the en-US person sitting in the chair wants and expects en-US to see that day. en-US You can count on the award-winning en-US stylists at Gaetanos Beauty Salon to create a en-US unique cut and color that suits you and your en-US lifestyle, he said. You will love working en-US with our highly trained styling experts to en-US come up with an amazing new look for you.en-US You can choose from a rainbow of coloren-US -en-US ing options from brands like Freelights en-US Balayage-Paint, imported Wella Koleston, en-US Blondor or our new Magma. We use Sebasen-US -en-US tian and Wella Eimi shampoos and condien-US -en-US tioners, and we have developed our Gaetano en-US line of products as well.en-US Mr. Izzo said customers always rave on en-US the results received from the keratin en-US hair-straightening treatments at the salon. en-US You will leave Gaetanos Beauty Salon en-US feeling amazing when you take advantage of en-US our Keratin treatment services, he added. en-US Our highly trained styling experts use a en-US product called Keratin Complex to straighten-US -en-US en and smooth your hair. The three-hour en-US Keratin treatment will leave your hair en-US smooth and straight for three to six months. en-US Mr. Izzo has so enjoyed his local success en-US that hes now decided to branch out and en-US expand his services to Palm Beach Gardens, en-US where hell celebrate the grand opening of en-US the second Gaetanos Beauty Salon Oct. 20 927 NE Jensen Beach Blvd. 772.334.2151Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-3pm Larimar "Stefilias Stone! Pool Supplies & Equipment Pool/Yard Signs Primo Ceramic Grills Tiki Bars Sunsails Locally & Independently Owned 1114 NE Jensen Bch Blvd In ACE Hardware Plaza 772-444-3213 Pool Repairs Water Testing$100 OFFA Primo Ceramic GrillThe only American-made ceramic grillOne Coupon Per Household Must present coupon Expires 10-31-18 FREE Chlorine1 jug for every $25 spent in store4 maximum. Must bring empty jugs. Expires 10-31-18 Considering Selling or Having Difficulty Selling CallJOSEPH PENDING SOLD PENDING SOLDExplore EXPLORE WWW.2997PORPOISE.COM Visit www.KruegerCreekHome.comTOUR WWW.HOBESOUNDDOCKHOME.COM2 N. Sewalls Point Rd Stuart, FL772-287-1777 RICHARD A. KRATHEN, M.D. Skin Cancer Specialist RALPH MYROW, M.D.Now Accepting New Patients | Immediate Appointments Available 3654 SW 30th Ave. Palm City, FL Gaetanos Beauty Salon: Decades en-USof styling experience on en-US Hutchinson Island, now in PBGen-USBy Donald Rodrigueen-USFor Hometown News Gaetano Izzo en-USSeeen-US en-US GAETANO'Sen-US, page 8


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5 en-USMartin County Sheriffs Officeen-USGary Decker, 31, of SE Dell Street, Stuart, en-US was arrested Oct. 5 and charged with dealing in en-US stolen property, false verification of ownership en-US to pawnbroker under $300, and use/possesen-US -en-US sion of ID of another without consent. en-US Trashaunta Ranger, 28, of NW 9th Street, Ft. en-US Lauderdale, was arrested Oct. 5 and charged en-US with grand theft of property over $300-$5,000, en-US theft of credit card, and obtaining goods en-US through fraudulent use of credit card. en-US Eldricke Mason, 42, of E. Clark Street, en-US Tampa, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with en-US grand theft. en-US Justin Richard, 30, of Oleander Block, Ft. en-US Pierce, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with en-US possession of weapon/firearm/ammo by conen-US -en-US victed felon. en-US Nicole McCory, 43, of NW Fork Road, Stuart, en-US was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance, two counts of en-US possession of drug paraphernalia, and possesen-US -en-US sion of alcoholic beverage within 500 ft of store. en-US Jorge Ortega, 23, of SE Garden Street, Stuen-US -en-US art, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of concealed firearm. en-US Derek Pendleton, 37, of SE Federal Highway, en-US Stuart, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance, and two en-US counts possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Jamal Patterson, 21, of NW 24th Avenue, Ft. en-US Lauderdale, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged en-US with grand theft, and retail theft. en-US Edgar Ortega, 25, of SE Garden Street, Stuen-US-en-US art, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with disen-US -en-US charging firearm in public.en-US Kathaleena Perez, 33, homeless, of Jensen en-US Beach, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with en-US tampering with/fabricating physical evidence, en-US possession of alcoholic beverage within 500 ft. en-US or store, giving false ID to law enforcement offien-US-en-US cer, and resisting arrest without violence. en-US Jody Boyd, 48, of NE Stuart Street, Jensen en-US Beach, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with en-US intentional threat to do violence as assault.en-US Leo Brantley, 25, homeless, of Ormand, was en-US arrested Oct. 7 and charged with possession of en-US weapon/firearm/ammo by convicted felon.en-US David Cipriani, 47, of SE Edison Avenue, en-US Stuart, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with en-US burglary of occupied dwelling unarmed, intimien-US-en-US dating/threatening victim/witness/informant, en-US intentional threat to do violence as assault, and en-US criminal mischief. en-US John Goldsmith, 18, of SE Carroll Street, Stuen-US-en-US art, was arrested Oct. 7 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of a controlled substance, and two en-US counts possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Christopher Kee, 44, of SE Tarpon Avenue, en-US Stuart, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with en-US battery on a detainee. en-US Michael Lauderdale, 43, of SE Carroll Street, en-US Stuart, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with en-US three counts of possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, and three counts possession of drug en-US paraphernalia. en-US Samilia Hill, 25, of SE 2nd Avenue, Gainesen-US-en-US ville, was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with en-US obtaining goods through fraudulent use of creden-US-en-US it card, obtaining goods through fraudulent use en-US of credit card over $300, obtaining credit/puren-US -en-US chase with false/expired/counterfeit credit card, en-US grand theft, and theft of credit card. en-US Harold Thompson, 31, of NW 27th Avenue, en-US Okeechobee, was arrested and charged with en-US two counts possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, and possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams. en-US Bruce McKenzie, 63, of Esperanza Court, en-US Indiantown, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, and en-US possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Brian Christy, 45, of NE Ida Place, Jensen en-US Beach, was arrested Oct. 9 and charged with en-US two counts possession of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, and two counts possession of drug paren-US -en-US aphernalia. en-US Fermin Goux-Tzarax, 37, of SE Federal en-US Highway, Hobe Sound, was arrested Oct. 9 and en-US charged with sexual battery of victim under 12 en-US years old by offender 18 years of age or older. en-US Veronica Leverance, 29, of 14th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, and en-US possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Tabitha Smith, 35, of SW Myrtle Drive, Indien-US-en-US antown, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US grand theft of property valued over $300 and en-US less than $5,000. en-US Charles Stubblefield, 34, homeless, of Vero en-US Beach, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US carrying a concealed weapon/electronic weapen-US -en-US on or device, two counts of possession of a en-US controlled substance, and possession of marien-US -en-US juana under 20 grams. en-US Algie Thomas, 46, of NW 23rd Avenue, en-US Miami, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US four counts of burglary of occupied structure or en-US conveyance, five counts of criminal mischief en-US $1,000 or more, burglary of dwelling or strucen-US-en-US ture with damage over $1,000. en-USMarlene Whealton, 54, of NE Pelican Teren-US -en-US race, Jensen Beach, was arrested Oct. 10 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance and resisting arrest without violence. en-US Amy Stewart, 53, of SE Florida Avenue, Hobe en-US Sound, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US possession of a controlled substance, and posen-US-en-US session of drug paraphernalia. en-US Derek Dowling, 44, of SE Date Street, Hobe en-US Sound, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US driving while license suspended (habitual en-US offender).en-US Elgia Gordner, 87, of SE Red Bird Circle, en-US Hobe Sound, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged en-US with burglary of an occupied structure or conen-US-en-US veyance. en-US Giuliano Oliveri, 28, of SE Village Drive, Port en-US St. Lucie, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged en-US with possession of a controlled substance, driven-US -en-US ing while license suspended with knowledge, en-US and introduction of contraband into county en-US detention facility. en-US Tabitha Smith, 35, of SW Myrtle Drive, Indien-US-en-USPolice reporten-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. 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en-USFRIDAY, OCT. 19, 2018 en-US MARTIN COUNTYen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSMC.COM PAGE 6en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ...................................President Vernon D. Smith .................................. Managing Partner Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson ................................... Circulation Administrator Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. Accounts Manager Julie Cleveland ..................................... 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Staff Photographer Sarah Callender ..................................Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comMARTIN en-USVIEWPOINT en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USSo tired of giant political adsen-USI am so tired of my mailbox being filled en-US with large political postcards. I just wish en-US those were banned and the only political ads en-US allowed in mailboxes were those printed on en-US toilet paper. At least we would get some use en-US out of them.en-USGet checked now!en-USOctober is here and we will be inundated en-US with happy images of women in pink, walken-US -en-US ing 5Ks across the country, to support Breast en-US Cancer Awareness month.en-US Sadly, one out of eight women will be en-US diagnosed with breast cancer. My sister was en-US one of them. She missed her mammogram en-US for three years due to a change in jobs and en-US no health care. (Prior to our current health en-US care options.) en-US She got a mammogram at age 49, and en-US died at 55 (she lived longer than the 95th en-US percentile for advanced breast cancer). I am en-US now 56, and I am her younger sister by three en-US years. en-US Don't walk, run to get checked. Do you en-US lack health insurance? Thankfully, there are en-US organizations who provide this service for en-US free.en-US Another good friend, a marathon runner, en-US vegan, surf-loving girl, did not feel well. She en-US went to her doctor. She had advanced colon en-US cancer. She was 52 years old. She died six en-US months later. Her ashes, along with my sisen-US-en-US ter's, are forever joined.en-US Breast cancer and colon cancer are highly en-US curable if caught early. Please, get checked. en-US Male or female, young or old, your life maten-US-en-US ters.en-USWorried about the futureen-USI was living out of the country and then en-US rented in Vero Beach, then bought land in en-US Sebastian and then a second lot, and built en-US my dream house in 2004. I was living in my en-US dream house until the lagoon got polluted. en-US Three years ago we had a 20,000 fish kill en-US in Merritt Island. Next a fast train is coming en-US through our town at 100 miles per hour, not en-US making any stops in the Space or Treasure en-US Coast. And we will be getting additional en-US freight as the Panama Canal was increased en-US in size and the Port of Miami has been en-US dredged. We will be getting much more en-US freight, hazardous flammable freight which en-US no one is talking about. Can you imagine if en-US one of those freight cars was to derail what a en-US mess we would have. en-US Thanks to Rick Scott and his cronies we en-US are in this mess. How do we stop Brightline en-US and how do we stop blue green algae and en-US now red tide? Had we not already ruined en-US this state just by growth? en-USSave the treesen-USLive oak trees are beautiful when they are en-US pruned. They also have a large spread root en-US system that can take on any flooding, The en-US root system keep the soil in place during a en-US flood. They bear the brunt of the wind en-US during a hurricane and have protected my en-US house. In addition, my electric bill is $70 en-US cheaper than my neighbor's because I have a en-US large one on the south side of my house.en-US Live oaks should be planted, not torn en-US down, especially with rising water levels.en-USA cautionary tale from en-US Hurricane Florenceen-USMy husband and I are lifelong Floridians. en-US We've experienced many hurricanes.en-US Florence's biggest threat was flooding. I en-US fear that our area is potentially on track for en-US the same tragedy. We moved here because it en-US reminded us of the small town coastal en-US charm we were accustomed to growing up.en-US Now, everything is covered with concrete. en-US Just exactly where will flood waters go withen-US -en-US out the green spaces? en-US Mother Nature will inevitably reclaim en-US what is rightfully hers. Florida is at its limit en-US with people and construction. Be prepared en-US to evacuate.en-USKnow amendments en-US before votingen-USFlorida voters have an extremely importen-US-en-US ant job in understanding constitutional en-US changes, before voting on the Nov. 6 ballot. en-US You can read and share the 2018 Florida en-US Amendment Guide which can be found on en-US your county's Supervisor of Elections weben-US-en-US site. en-US We have been insulted with bundled en-US choices. Bundling violates our constituen-US-en-US tional right to fair votes, which happens in en-US Congress with atrocious omnibus bills. en-US This practice should stop. It really is insane.en-US Floridas Constitution Review Commisen-US -en-US sion convenes every 20 years to propose en-US changes for the states Constitution. Thiren-US -en-US ty-seven commission members initiated a en-US terrible disservice to voters by bundling en-US totally different initiatives into 13 confusing en-US proposals and expect voters to decipher. en-US Both parties were represented. Their names en-US can found at en-US Join the effort in communicating disdain en-US for their outcome to governor, legislators, en-US members. Theyre insulting.en-US The sponsor of several amendments came en-US from the legislative branch. They all have en-USstaffs who should have studied pros and en-US cons and figured out best course for Floridien-US -en-US ans.en-US We should expect MORE from all of en-US them. This is an outrage.en-US Amendments 7, 9, 11 have been thrown en-US off the ballot by lower court because of bunen-US -en-US dling, and are being considered by Floridas en-US Supreme Court.en-US Others, such as dog racing and vaping en-US fake cigarettes (theyve combined with offen-US -en-US shore drilling) have no business being in en-US State Constitution. Some qualify individualen-US-en-US ly as a statute. None shouldve been bunen-US -en-US dled for voters. Amendment 8 has been en-US eliminated.en-US The bad government reason they bunen-US -en-US dled is that they hoped a popular idea would en-US carry an unpopular, costly, bad legislative en-US idea across the finish line. Dont let that hapen-US-en-US pen. Checking No is not always the best en-US choice either. Read, comprehend, and disen-US -en-US cuss before voting.en-USShrink the cardsen-USTo all the candidates running for public en-US office, please discontinue your large cards.en-US Some of us have small mailboxes. Just one en-US little pamphlet is enough. I would appreciate en-US it very much. If you are a worthwhile candien-US -en-US dates we know what you did. You don't have en-US to give us portrait cards. Arielle Velazquez en-USteaches Tyler and en-US Sydney Daniel, en-US 13 and 9, the en-US correct way to en-US plant a mangrove en-US during the Rally en-US for the River, en-US which featured en-US educational en-US displays, hands-en-US on water quality en-US and habitat en-US restoration en-US demonstrations, en-US childrens activien-US-en-US ties, oyster reef en-US tours, advocacy en-US talks and more. en-USSevin Bullwinkleen-US staff photographeren-USHelping the river


7 en-USautomatic member. The Governor appoints en-US 15 commissioners including the commisen-US -en-US sion chair. The President of the Senate en-US appoints nine, the Speaker of the House of en-US Representatives appoints nine, and the en-US Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court en-US appoints three commissioners.en-US Making this years process especially chalen-US-en-US lenging is that the CRC bundled different en-US issues into the same amendment. Of the en-US amendments proposed by the CRC, only en-US two, No. 12 (Lobbying and Abuse of office en-US by Public Officers,) and No. 13 (Ends Dog en-US Racing) deal with one clear-cut issue. Each en-US of the other five from the CRC combined en-US different proposals.en-US These will be the most difficult decisions en-US for voters, as there are many people who en-US agree with part of an amendment and disen-US -en-US agree with the other parts, but you must en-US vote either in favor or against the whole en-US bundle. For example, No. 9 prohibits offen-US -en-US shore oil and gas drilling and prohibits vapen-US -en-US ing in enclosed indoor workplaces.en-US Listed below are brief summaries of the en-US amendments on the ballot. Each is excerpten-US -en-US ed from the state website, and in some cases en-US there have been disputes regarding whether en-US the states summary accurately reflects the en-US proposed amendment. Voters are urged to en-US do research and review the pros and cons. en-US Search the internet for the title and number en-US of the amendment and you will find a varien-US -en-US ety of viewpoints for each.en-US (1) Increased Homestead Property Tax en-US Exemption, proposed by the Florida legislaen-US -en-US ture. Increases the homestead exemption by en-US exempting the assessed valuation of homeen-US -en-US stead property greater than $100,000 and up en-US to $125,000 for all levies other than school en-US district levies.en-US (2) Limitations on Property Tax Assessen-US-en-US ments, proposed by the legislature. Permaen-US -en-US nently retain provisions currently in effect en-US that limit property tax assessment increases en-US on specified non-homestead real property, en-US except for school district taxes, to 10 percent en-US each year.en-US (3) Voter Control of Gambling in Florida, en-US proposed by a citizen initiative group called en-US Voters In Charge. Ensures that voters shall en-US have the exclusive right to decide whether to en-US authorize casino gambling by requiring that en-US all casino gambling must be approved by en-US voters. Defines casino gambling and clarien-US -en-US fies that this amendment does not conflict en-US with federal law regarding state/tribal comen-US-en-US pacts.en-US (4) Voting Restoration Amendment, citien-US-en-US zens initiative proposed by Floridians for a en-US Fair Democracy, Inc. Restores voting rights en-US of Floridians with felony convictions after en-US they complete all terms of their sentence en-US including parole or probation. The amenden-US -en-US ment would not apply to those convicted of en-US murder or sexual offenses, who would conen-US -en-US tinue to be permanently barred from voting en-US unless the Governor and Cabinet vote to en-US restore their voting rights on a case by case en-US basis.en-US (5) Supermajority Vote Required to en-US Impose, Authorize, or Raise State Taxes or en-US Fees, proposed by the legislature. Prohibits en-US the legislature from imposing, authorizing, en-US or raising a state tax or fee except by a two-en-US thirds vote of each house. This proposal en-US does not authorize a state tax or fee otheren-US -en-US wise prohibited by the Constitution and en-US does not apply to fees or taxes imposed or en-US authorized to be imposed by a county, en-US municipality, school board, or special disen-US -en-US trict.en-US Proposed amendments 6-13 are all from en-US the Constitutional Revision Commission. en-US (6) Rights of Crime Victims; Judges. Creen-US-en-US ates constitutional rights for victims of en-US crime; requires courts to facilitate victims en-US rights; authorizes victims to enforce their en-US rights throughout criminal and juvenile jusen-US -en-US tice processes. Requires judges and hearing en-US officers to independently interpret statutes en-US and rules rather than deferring to governen-US -en-US ment agencys interpretation. Raises mandaen-US-en-US tory retirement age of state judges from seven-US -en-US enty to seventy-five years; deletes en-US authorization for judges to complete term if en-US one-half of term has been served by retireen-US-en-US ment age.en-US (7) First Responder and Military Member en-US Survivor Benefits; Public Colleges and Unien-US-en-US versities. Creates mandatory payment of en-US education and compensation benefits to en-US qualifying survivors of first responders and en-US military members who die performing offien-US-en-US cial duties. Requires supermajority votes by en-US university trustees and state university sysen-US-en-US tem board of governors to raise or impose en-USlegislatively authorized fees. Establishes en-US existing state college system as constitutionen-US -en-US al entity; provides governance structure.en-US (8) [Amendment 8 has been removed en-US from the ballot]en-US (9) Prohibits Offshore Oil and Gas Drillen-US -en-US ing; Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor en-US Workplaces. Prohibits drilling for oil and en-US natural gas beneath all state-owned waters en-US between the mean high water line and the en-US states outermost territorial boundaries. en-US Adds use of vapor-generating devices to en-US prohibition of tobacco smoking in enclosed en-US indoor workplaces with exceptions.en-US (10) State and Local Government Strucen-US -en-US ture and Operation. Requires legislature to en-US retain department of veterans affairs. en-US Ensures election of sheriffs, property en-US appraisers, supervisors of elections, tax colen-US-en-US lectors, and clerks of court in all counties; en-US removes county charters ability to abolish, en-US change term, transfer duties, or eliminate en-US election of these offices. Changes annual en-US legislative session commencement date in en-US even-numbered years from March to Januen-US -en-US ary; removes legislatures authorization to en-US fix another date. Creates office of domestic en-US security and counterterrorism within en-US department of law enforcement.en-US (11) Property Rights; Removal of Obsoen-US -en-US lete Provision; Criminal Statutes. Removes en-US discriminatory language related to real en-US property rights. Removes obsolete language en-US repealed by voters. Deletes provision that en-US amendment of a criminal statute will not en-US affect prosecution or penalties for a crime en-US committed before the amendment; retains en-US current provision allowing prosecution of a en-US crime committed before the repeal of a en-US criminal statute.en-US (12) Lobbying and Abuse of Office by en-US Public Officers. Expands current restricen-US-en-US tions on lobbying for compensation by foren-US -en-US mer public officers; creates restrictions on en-US lobbying for compensation by serving puben-US-en-US lic officers; provides exceptions; prohibits en-US certain abuses of public office for personal en-US benefit.en-US (13) Ends Dog Racing. Prohibits gaming en-US or pari-mutuel entities from racing dogs in en-US connection with wagering; eligibility of such en-US entities to conduct other authorized en-US pari-mutuel and gaming activities is not en-US affected; prohibits wagering on outcome of en-US in-state live dog races.en-US For more information about the CRC en-US proposals or process, visit the CRC website, en-US flcrc.goven-US, where you can read the CRCs final en-US report and view proposal history and vote en-US records. There are also links to the public en-US hearing testimony where you can read pro en-US and con arguments of non-profit organizaen-US -en-US tions and members of the public. U.S. Marine Corps Harrier AV-8B F4U-4 Corsair U.S. Air Force F-16 This outstanding home in the Gatlin area is close to I-95 & the Turnpike. It features... 5 huge bedrooms, with the possibility to have 6. The home has 2 master suites, 3 1/2 beautiful bathrooms. A spacious 3 car garage. 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Over the course of the subsequent en-US decades, he has earned numerous accoen-US -en-US lades, winning both the Worlds Champien-US -en-US onship, Global Championship, Western en-US Hemisphere Championship and several en-US smaller competitions.en-US For more information, call (772) 323-en-US 0829 or visit the website aten-US www.gaetaen-US-en-US Animal Medical HospitalDr. Lynnly Miller DVM 825 NW Dixie Hwy Stuart, FL 34994(772) 692-0611 Keep your pets safe and flea-free $25 Micro Chipping (Regularly $35) With this HTN ad. Exp. 11-02-18 FREE Dog or Cat exam with 1 Month of Flea Treatments $25 (Savings of $54) With this HTN ad. Exp. 11-02-18 CEDAR POINTE PLAZA 2461 SE OCEAN BLVD., STUART 772-221-0222www.shadesandlamps.comSPECIALIZING IN REPAIRS & RESTORATIONS Bring in Your Lamp for a Proper FitSHADES LAMPS 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Se Habla Espaol Expires 10-31-18 I have over 30 years' experience. I possess a Master's Degree in Audiology. I educate people; I do not pressure them or mislead them. DISCOUNTS up to 50% off suggested retail! Free Consultations. 0% Financing Available. Serving the Treasure Coast for Over 20 Years 2219 S. KANNER HIGHWAY, STUART Next to Monterey Animal Clinic Gaetano's en-USFrom page 3en-USTreasure Coast Food Bank welcomes en-US the community back to its warehouse for en-US its fourth annual 24-hour sorting and en-US packing event from Friday, Oct. 26 to Saten-US-en-US urday, Oct. 27, 2018.en-US This year, Pack The House is presented en-US by Wells Fargo, and the focus is on preparen-US -en-US ing for the holidays by helping to pack en-US 10,000 holiday meal boxes for those in en-US need on the Treasure Coast.en-US Marking its 30th year in service to those en-US struggling with hunger, Treasure Coast en-US Food Bank provides meals for 100,000 en-US individuals each week. During the holiday en-US season, that number rises with requests en-US for help with holiday meals.en-US Pack The House presented by Wells en-US Fargo kicks off with an opening ceremony en-US and lunch on Friday, Oct. 26 at noon. The en-US lunch will be provided by Healthy Harvest en-US Catering, a program of Treasure Coast en-US Food Bank. Keeping with the tradition en-US that began four years ago, the ceremony en-US will include a tribute to first responders en-US and a moment of silence for the victims of en-US Sept. 11. The event wraps 24 hours later en-US with the final count of meals prepared en-US during the event.en-US More than 500 volunteers are expected en-US to help sort and pack holiday meals and en-US food for other Treasure Coast Food Bank en-US programs during the event at Treasure en-US Coast Food Banks headquarters, 401 en-US Angle Road in Fort Pierce. Volunteer en-US spots still are available. Come with a en-US group, or meet new friends while helping en-US during one of the three-hour shifts. To en-US sign up, please visit -en-US teer.en-US For more information about volunteeren-US -en-US ing or sponsorship opportunities, visit en-US the House will en-US help prepare holiday en-US meals for those in needen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USserves as a community resource for en-US numerous educational programs and en-US services offered by IRSC. During the open en-US house, meet with staff and explore en-US educational opportunities, financial aid and en-US career advice available to local residents at a en-US special informational evening. en-USContact Emily en-US Mass, Program Director at Chastain Campus, en-US (772) 419-5690 or en-US, OCT. 24en-US en-US Faith and Book Discussion Group:en-US 10 en-US a.m. every Wednesday, Unitarian en-US Universalists of the Treasure Coast, 21 S.E. en-US Central Parkway, Stuart. Non-denominational en-US group. Books are available at a discount en-US through the group. Free, public is welcome. en-US For more information, visit en-US en-US 'Food 4 Thought' tour and lunch:en-US 10:30 en-US a.m. to noon, Treasure Coast Food Bank's en-US produce processing plant, 3051 Industrial en-US 25th Street, Fort Pierce. Complimentary en-US lunch will be provided by Healthy Harvest en-US Catering, a program of Treasure Coast Food en-US Bank. The tour and lunch are free; donations en-US appreciated. Registration is required, space en-US is limited. Please wear closed-toe shoes. en-US For en-US questions, call (772) 446-1757 or email en-US en-GB Beach Dynamics Program:en-GB 3:30 p.m., en-GB hosted by Hobe Sound National Wildlife en-GB Refuge and Nature Center at the North en-GB Beach pavilion. All ages welcome to learn en-GB from naturalist Kim Mohlenhoff and have a en-GB beachcombing adventure to find treasures en-GB brought by ocean currents and waves. Watch en-GB for wildlife, learn about natural items washed en-GB ashore and and pick up litter along the way. en-GB This is a free event, but reservations are en-GB required.en-GB For information or reservations, en-GB call the Nature Center at (772) 546 -2067.en-US en-US English Conversation Circle:en-US Every en-US Wednesday, 6-7 p.m., Hobe Sound Public en-US Library, 10595 S.E. Federal Hwy., Hobe en-US Sound. Be comfortable and confident when en-US listening to conversations, meet others who en-US are learning English. A basic knowledge of en-US English is recommended. Free, public is en-US welcome. en-US Contact Donna Michalak, Adult en-US Literacy Coordinator at (772) 219-4960 or en-US, OCT. 26en-GB en-GB Film screening 'A Plastic Ocean:' en-GB 6:30 p.m., Kight Center, IRSC Main en-GB Campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. en-GB Free admission, please RSVP on the en-GB Facebook event page: en-GB events/250532505656552/en-GB Earthishop will en-GB display alternative and zero-waste" products en-GB for purchase. en-GB For more information, email en-GB en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 2en-USantown, was arrested Oct. 10 and charged with en-US grand theft larceny over $300 and less than en-US $5,000.en-US Brandon Lisbon, 36, of Hall Street, Stuart, en-US was arrested Oct. 12 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance, and possession en-US of drug paraphernalia. en-USStuart Police Departmenten-USAdolf Burleson, 29, of SE Aster Lane, Stuart, en-US was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with intentionen-US-en-US al threat to do violence as assault.en-US Erasmo Chavez, 49, of SE Mitzi Lane, Stuart, en-US was arrested Oct. 8 and charged with fleeing/en-US eluding law enforcement officer, driving under en-US the influence, resisting arrest without violence. en-USFlorida Fish and Wildlifeen-USDerek Calcano, 25, of NE Spruce Bridge en-US Avenue, Jensen, was arrested Oct. 6 and en-US charged with possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance, possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams, and resisting arrest without violence. en-US Aidan Ford, 18, of Sewalls Point Road, Stuen-US-en-US art, was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with posen-US-en-US session of marijuana over 20 grams, and posen-US-en-US session of marijuana under 20 grams. en-USPoliceen-USFrom page 5


9 en-USgrown exponentially over the last 20 years en-US due to its effectiveness.en-US Its systemic so it can be translocated en-US through the plants, he explained. It goes en-US down into the roots to kill a plant -it en-US doesnt just burn the top. Its non-volatile, en-US which helps to prevent non-target spray en-US drift; its effective and relatively inexpensive; en-US and it has a low mammalian toxicity.en-US Mr. Gorton then handed off the briefing en-US to Mosquito Control Manager Kylie Zirbel en-US who said she would address three areas of en-US concern among residents related to the use en-US of glyphosate on the food supply, its potenen-US-en-US tial effects on human health and how the en-US chemical interacts with algae. Ms. Zirbel en-US admitted the agricultural industry uses the en-US chemical for both pre-harvest and post-haren-US -en-US vest purposes and had genetically engien-US-en-US neered Roundup Ready crops, such as en-US corn, soy, canola, alfalfa and cotton that en-US wouldnt be affected by the glyphosate en-US sprayed around them to kill weeds. en-US There are pre-harvest treatments that are en-US conducted for desiccation purposes and en-US done to increase yield and decrease drying en-US time so this is used on crop species includen-US-en-US ing barley, wheat, beans and sugarcane, she en-US said. There are post-harvest treatments en-US done to remove weeds and volunteer plants en-US from fields in order to improve yields again.en-US Commissioner Ed Fielding said the fact en-US that glysophate has become the most proen-US -en-US lific chemical all over the world was a en-US growing concern and admitted apologetien-US -en-US cally that he himself had used the chemical en-US on potato crops in his younger days as a en-US farmer.en-US Were learning that there are these assoen-US -en-US ciated complexities, and these complexities en-US are impinging upon human health, he said. en-US I grew a lot of potatoes, and now I totally en-US regret this: When it was time to harvest the en-US potatoes, we would spray them all with en-US Roundup because that would accelerate the en-US maturity. I never even thought about it, but en-US thats what people do unfortunately Im en-US sure they absorb some of that glysophate.en-US Several members of the public spoke on en-US the topic, with most calling for either a ban en-US or a limit on glyphosate usage in the county. en-US Some, such as Carol Ann Leonard, opposed en-US some of the ambiguous wording she heard en-US in both the staffs presentation and the EPA en-US results cited.en-US In the glysophate briefing, terms are en-US used like low toxicity and slightly not toxic en-US I say it should be non toxic for all living en-US things, she said. Im appalled that Rounden-US -en-US up is used on food crops. I say stop using it en-US in parks, sidewalks, drainage ditches, stormen-US -en-US water treatment areas, conservation areas en-US and the golf course.en-US As far as the human health aspect, Ms. en-US Zirbel continued, many residents worry the en-US chemical could potentially cause cancer and en-US cite the case of a California man winning a en-US $289-million jury settlement, but she said en-US most national organizations do not support en-US that fear. en-US Much of this debate has been brought en-US forward in light of the International Agency en-US for Research on Cancer classifying glyphoen-US -en-US sate as possibly carcinogenic to humans, en-US Ms. Zirbel said. However, the Environmenen-US-en-US tal Protection Agency has determined that en-US glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to en-US humans. Other regulatory bodies have come en-US to the same conclusion, such as the Joint en-US Food and Agriculture Organization of the en-US United Nations, the World Health Organien-US -en-US zation, the European Food Safety Authority, en-US as well as other regulatory bodies in Japan, en-US Canada, Australia and New Zealand. en-US Some local residents, such as self-proen-US-en-US claimed algae scientist Garrett Stewart, en-US believe the herbicide is contributing to the en-US increase of phosphorous in Lake en-US Okeechobee and the worsening blue-green en-US algae problem. He referred to a slide in the en-US staff presentation that showed the increase en-US of glyphosate usage over the last several en-US years. en-US That chart that matches the increasing en-US years that Florida was using [glyphosate] en-US check out the years and check out the rates, en-US he said. It almost exactly matches our water en-US quality issues were having. And the fact of it en-US is guys, weve been living in a wrong way." en-US The mosquito control manager said, howeven-US-en-US er, the figures from her research failed to en-US point to glyphosate as the smoking gun.en-US We partnered with a researcher at the en-US University of Florida to get some of this en-US information, as well as the Florida Fish and en-US Wildlife Conservation Commission, Ms. en-US Zirbel explained. We found that the annual en-US loading of phosphorous is 1.3 million en-US pounds into the lake, and phosphorous en-US from glyphosate applied to the lake was en-US approximately 230 to 306 pounds. So basien-US -en-US cally glyphosate contributed 0.02 percent of en-US the phosphorous that was entering the lake. en-US None of Ms. Zirbels explanations seemed en-US enough to satisfy Jensen Beach resident en-US Jackie Transcynger who called for an outen-US -en-US right ban on the chemical while referring to en-US the California school district worker now en-USdying of cancer.en-US Glysophate probably kills, and we want en-US to think about this until 2019, she fumed. I en-US want to do something about this today. You en-US know that states all over this country have en-US banned it. Countries all over the world have en-US banned glysophate. Why is it so hard for us en-US to do?en-US Mr. Gorton told the Commission and the en-US public in attendance that the Florida Pestien-US -en-US cide Law prohibited the county from impleen-US -en-US menting a ban on the publics right to use en-US the chemical and said his recommended en-US recourse was to follow suit with other en-US municipalities around the state and impleen-US -en-US ment an Integrated Pest Management plan en-US to better regulate Martin Countys usage.en-US Its a plan where local governments reguen-US -en-US late their use of, not just this chemical, but en-US all chemicals, he said, referring specifically en-US to the City of North Miami Beach. Other en-US types of bans that weve seen are site-use en-US restrictions. Some people pick out playen-US -en-US grounds, some people pick out aquatic en-US areas, in just depends on what your pinpoint en-US is and what youre concerned about. The en-US City of North Miami Beach banned the use en-US in common areas and in public areas, and en-US they have not yet decided what theyre going en-US to use in lieu of it.en-US Ms. Leonard suggested the county conen-US -en-US sider alternatives such as hand weeding and en-US liquid chlorine. en-US It can be sprayed on weeds: It will kill en-US them, it dissipates quickly and it breaks en-US down into salt, she said. Liquid chlorine en-US can be washed off without lingering harm en-US should a spill occur.en-US For her part, Ms. Zirbel warned commisen-US -en-US sioners that the county completely banning en-US its own use of the popular pesticide could en-US come with a hefty price tag. Currently Maren-US -en-US tin County spends about $20,000 annually en-US on the chemical.en-US If we ban glysophate today, we are estien-US-en-US mating a $935,000 impact, she said. These en-US are rough estimates, and this number may en-US be significantly higher. We dont know en-US exactly how effective these alternative meaen-US -en-US sures are going to be. A lot of the people en-US with whom weve spoken have mentioned en-US they are needing additional applications in en-US order to maintain their current level of seren-US -en-US vice.en-US Commissioner Sarah Heard admitted the en-US county could not control agricultural use of en-US glysophate within its borders but could en-US begin to limit its own usage in areas where it en-US could seep directly into the water table.en-US We must control what we use because its en-US poison, and were poisoning our drinking en-US water supply, so we have to take whatever en-US steps are necessary in order to protect that en-US water supply, she exclaimed. We currently en-US maintain our storm water treatment areas in en-US park-like conditions, and we probably need en-US to stop that. Im mostly concerned about our en-US application in water and completely curtailen-US-en-US ing its use, and I recognize that we dont do en-US it overnight.en-US Commissioner Heard subsequently made en-US a motion to have staff create an Integrated en-US Pest Management Plan with steps to en-US decrease the countys glysophate usage en-US particularly around water bodies and to en-US report back to the Board in 90 days, which en-US was seconded by Commissioner Doug en-US Smith.en-US Right before the unanimous vote, Chairen-US -en-US man Ed Ciampi reminded the public in en-US attendance that the county was not limiting en-US the private use of the chemical.en-US Theres something to be said by county en-US staff and the Commission setting the examen-US -en-US ple, he said. 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10 en-USEarl Stewart is the owner and general en-US manager of Earl Stewart Toyota in North en-US Palm Beach. The dealership is located at en-US 1215 N. Federal Highway in Lake Park. en-US Contact him at, en-US call 561-358-1474, fax 561-658-0746 or en-US emailen-US youre lucky enough to have found a en-US car dealership that treats you ethically, en-US honestly and gives you fair prices on en-US vehicles, maintenance, and repairs, en-US congratulations. Youre in the minority. en-US Buying, leasing, repairing, or maintaining a en-US car is an unpleasant and stressful experien-US -en-US ence for most customers. For proof of this I en-US cite the Gallup annual poll on Honest and en-US Ethics in Professions, conducted every year en-US since 1977. Car sales people rank at or near en-US last for the previous 45 years. Check it out en-US at en-US honesty-ethics-professions.aspx.en-US Theres a reason for car dealers lagging all en-US other retailers in honesty, ethics, and en-US transparency. Car dealers advertising and en-US sales tactics are frozen in time from the en-US last century. Other retailers have all had to en-US evolve and improve to survive with the en-US advent of the internet, Big Data, The Cloud, en-US the knowledge explosion, Google, A.I., etc. en-US All of this gave birth to the educated and en-US demanding consumer of the 21st century. en-US When the modern consumer is treated en-US badly by a retailer, he chooses another en-US retailer that will treat him nicely and fairly.en-US It doesnt work that way with car dealers en-US because most of them dont treat their en-US customers ethically and honestly. Why? en-US Because they are a protected species. en-US Every car dealer has a contract with a en-US manufacturer that allows him to sell and en-US service cars just about any way he chooses. en-US The only exceptions to this are that the car en-US dealer mustnt commit a felony and must en-US meet his minimum quota of sales. Every car en-US dealer also has a protected market area, en-US protected by state law and by the manufacen-US -en-US turers franchise agreement. All fifty states en-US have laws on the books to protect the car en-US dealers from competition and from the en-US manufacturers. In Florida, a car dealers en-US franchise agreement is perpetual it en-US never expires. Car dealers and their en-US lobbying organizations rank right up there en-US with the NRA, Big Insurance and Big Auto en-US influencing our legislators and regulators. If en-US youre a politician, you better treat car en-US dealers right or you wont be elected.en-US Finding a car dealer that will deal en-US honestly with you and give you a fair price en-US is tedious and time consuming, but its en-US worth the effort: en-US 1.Check out their consumer ratings on en-US Google, Yelp, Dealer Rater, and the BBB. en-US Dont just look for the highest ratings but en-US read the individual reviews. A 3-star rating en-US with a thoughtful comment is often more en-US informative than a 5-star. Five stars are en-US suspicious because nobodys perfect and 1 en-US star can be biased in the other direction. If en-US there are very few reviews, dont put much en-US weight in the score. You should find a en-US dealer with at least 100 reviews.en-US 2.Check out the dealers Facebook page en-US and read the posts. Ask your friends on en-US Facebook what they think about various car en-US dealers. The social media is a powerful too, en-US but you must be careful. Use Instagram and en-US Twitter also.en-US 3.All car dealers are rated by their en-US manufacturers for customer satisfaction, en-US both in sales and service. Some manufacen-US -en-US turers rank their dealers by the loyalty of en-US their customer that return for sales and en-US service. This is absolutely the best way to en-US measure customer satisfactiondo most of en-US the dealers customers come back to buy en-US another car and to have their car serviced. en-US Ask the dealer to see these scores; if they en-US wont show them to you, choose a different en-US dealer.en-US 4.For South Florida Car buyers, Ive en-US compiled a list of recommended and NOT en-US recommended car dealers. You can check en-US this out atwww.GoodDealerBadDealerList.en-US com. Please be warned that you still must en-US exercise caution buying from a Good Dealen-US -en-US er. I grade these dealers on the curve. A en-US more accurate title for the list would be en-US Better Dealer Worse Dealer List.en-US 5.Ive been mystery shopping car dealers en-US weekly in South Florida for the last 11 en-US years. This is where we get most of the en-US input to score the dealers we have on this en-US list. If youre considering buying a car from en-US a South Florida dealer, theres a good en-US chance that Ive sent in a mystery shopper. en-US You can read these shopping reports at en-US 6.Use a dealer approved byen-US www.en-US TrueCar.comen-USoren-USwww.CostcoAuto.comen-US en-US These are the two best third-party car en-US buying services. The dealers using True Car en-US and Costco are certified and supposed to en-US provide you with an honest, transparent en-US price. Unfortunately, some of them dont en-US measure up and you should exercise en-US caution even when dealing with a TrueCar en-US or Costco certified dealer.en-US Finally, you should remember that good en-US dealerships have some bad people working en-US there and bad dealerships have some good en-US ones. If youve done your research and en-USchosen a dealership but are unhappy with a en-US sales person or manager, ask for someone en-US else to assist you. Weve sometimes en-US encountered sales people in our mystery en-US shops that apologized for dishonest en-US advertisements and warned the mystery en-US shopper not to overpay on a car. REVERSE MORTGAGE WILMER FLORESReal Estate Financial ProfessionalHablanos EspanolTAX FREE MONEY & NO MORTGAGE PAYMENTSImprove Your Lifestyle And Enjoy RetirementCall for more information772-207-4599 LENDER How to choose your car dealer ON CARS en-USEARL STEWART


Harold Seay Thurs., Oct. 25 and Sat., Oct. 27 David Goodman Fri., Oct. 26Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11-9 PM Fri. & Sat. 11-10 PM Closed Major Holidays FREEHUSH PUPPY APPETIZERMinumum Purchase of $25At Fresh Catch Seafood Grill. Not to be combined w/other discounts. Dine in only. One coupon per table. Exp. 12-14-18 HTN $5 OFF LUNCH OR DINNERMinumum Purchase of $25At Fresh Catch Seafood Grill. Not to be combined w/other discounts. Dine-in only. One coupon per table. Exp. 12-14-18 HTN. LIVE MUSIC en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 19 SATURDAY, OCT. 20en-GB en-GB Indiantown Rodeo:en-GB Annual event held en-GB in Timer Powers Park on Citrus Boulevard, en-GB Indiantown. Bareback riding, steer wrestling, en-GB team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down en-GB roping, barrel racing, bull riding, kids en-GB corral, more. Professional Rodeo Cowboys en-GB Association and Womens Pro Rodeo en-GB Association sanctioned events. Tickets en-GB are $18 in advance, $25 at the gate; free en-GB for ages 5 and under. Gates open at 5 en-GB p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call (772) 597-2184 or visit en-GB en-GB Saturn Jewel of the Heavens:'en-GB en-GB Hallstrom Planetarium, IRSC main campus, en-GB 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. Celebrate en-GB Saturn as we showcase its mysterious rings, en-GB fantastic ice moons, and largest moon Titan, en-GB with its lakes of liquid nitrogen. Show times en-GB are Friday at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and en-GB Saturday at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are en-GB $5. en-GB For more information, contact the IRSC en-GB box office at (800) 220-9915 or visiten-GB www.en-GB, OCT. 19en-GB en-GB Purple Tie Event:en-GB Annual fundraiser en-GB event from WE LEAP INC. at the Treasure en-GB Coast Jaguar dealership, 4771 U.S. 1, Fort en-GB Pierce. Held in honor of Domestic Violence en-GB Awareness Month, the event includes en-GB dinner, dancing, live entertainment by en-GB Vallery Valentine and the All Star Band, en-GB silent auction items, and vendors. Tickets en-GB are $75. WE LEAP INC. is a 501c3 nonprofit en-GB organization promoting healthy relationships en-GB and breaking the silence to end domestic en-GB violence. en-GB For more information, visiten-GB www.en-GB we-leap2.comen-GBSATURDAY, OCT. 20en-GB en-GB St. Joseph Fall Festival:en-GB Sixth annual en-GB event. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., behind St. Joseph en-USARIES March 21/April 20en-USAries, this is a great week to give that special en-US someone in your life some extra love and en-US attention. Your workloads have lightened en-US across the board, so go the extra mile.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, all eyes are on you and all attention is en-US focused in your direction. Stay grounded as en-US much as possible as you become the center of en-US attention.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USKeep a watchful eye on your domestic responen-US-en-US sibilities, Gemini. Its easy for the scales to tip en-US in other directions, but nothing is more en-US important than life at home.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USDistant shores are beckoning, Cancer. Now en-US could be the time to start planning a getaway en-US you have always dreamed of. Enjoy this exciten-US-en-US ing trip.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USRomance may not be in the stars this week for en-US you, Leo, as you are too distracted by work. en-US Make some time to come up for air and then en-US focus on relationships.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, someone special to you may shower en-US you with intense love and affection this week en-US if you just find the time to connect. Clear your en-US schedule for the rest of the week.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USLibra, if you play your cards right, you will look en-US back on this week with nothing but smiles. en-US Things will soon get sorted out, and this week en-US will mark a turning point.en-USHoroscopesen-USWildland firefighters demonstrate en-US live burns at Fall Fire Fest en-USHOBE SOUND On Saturday, Oct. 20, en-US from 1-9 p.m., Jonathan Dickinson State en-US Park invites the community to watch live en-US burn demonstrations and learn about the en-US importance of prescribed fire in Florida. en-US The park is partnering with the Friends of en-US JDSP and Florida Forest Service to welcome en-US everyone to come out and enjoy the park. en-US This festival is one of South Floridas preen-US -en-US mier October events and an opportunity to en-US learn about the real Florida and what makes en-US Florida State Parks, and especially Jonathan en-US Dickinson State Park, so special.en-US JDSP Fire Fest is a great way to get outen-US -en-US side and enjoy the park with lots of fun en-US activities to fill the day! Fire Fest welcomes en-US everyone to watch two prescribed fire en-US demonstrations where park staff come en-US together with other agencies to put on a live en-US show of this amazing process. Viewers can en-US interact with trained fire crew and ask quesen-US -en-US tions. The night burn is a spectacular sight en-US that many would not experience outside of en-US this event. Its an opportunity you dont en-US want to miss! This day is full of famien-US-en-US ly-friendly activities with fire trucks, a Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USPhoto courtesy of Jonathan Dickinson State Parken-USSmokey the Bear makes his arrival at a previous Fire Fest.en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 13en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 14 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, OCT. 19, 2018 en-US MARTIN COUNTYen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSMC.COM PAGE 11en-USSeeen-US en-US FIREen-US page 13en-USFor Hometown


12 en-USWen-USho in the world came up with all en-US these choices and why? We put en-US them on muffins, biscuits and en-US toast to add sweetness. Big deal? According en-US to my wife, it is a big deal and probably to en-US many of you out there as well. en-US Heres what happened. My wife decided en-US to treat her mother to a trip to the Seminole en-US casino in Tampa to play the slot machines. en-US That seems to be a special treat for many en-US retirees that love bingo, too. Everyone arose en-US early to get ready. I thought I would be nice en-US and offered them coffee and toast to get en-US them started on the road. en-US My mother-in-law said all she wanted en-US was a half cup of coffee. She was saving her en-US appetite to eat at the casino. The chef there en-US is a friend of mine and he always spoils my en-US family when they visit. en-US My wife, on the other hand, wanted eggs, en-US fresh fruit, a thermos of coffee and gluen-US -en-US ten-free toast with jelly. I went to the en-US refrigerator and offered her a choice of en-US orange marmalade, strawberry jam or en-US blackberry jam. She immediately answered, en-US Jelly. I explained we did not have any jelly, en-US we had jam so whats the difference? Thats en-US when I got a lecture about the differences en-US between jams and jelly. Welcome to my en-US world.en-US Okay, there is a great deal of difference en-US and sometimes we crave certain tastes en-US together. Jam is made from fresh cut fruit en-US cooked to a pulp with sugar. This creates a en-US thick fruity spread. en-US Jelly is made from the fresh juice of fruit en-US cooked with sugar. Some manufacturers en-US add pectin to thicken and gel.en-US Finally, marmalade is similar to jam, but en-US it is made from the bitter Seville oranges en-US from Spain or Portugal. The word marmaen-US -en-US lade comes from the Portuguese marmelos, en-US an orange paste. en-US My wife is absolutely correct there are en-US many differences between jams, jellies and en-US marmalade, and their usage. Please dont en-US tell her I said that. Lets face it peanut butter en-US and marmalade just doesnt sound right or en-US taste right; it has to be jelly. en-US When you need to add flavor for cooking en-US fish or poultry, jams and marmalade will en-US hold up better and give it a fruitier taste, en-US adding the needed acidity to enhance flavor. en-US The history of these tasty treats date back en-US to 1785 when Napoleon Bonaparte offered a en-US cash reward to anyone who could come up en-US with an idea to preserve food for his troops. en-US A chef named Nicolas Appert experimenten-US -en-US ed, using high temperatures to heat food Download Our No Wait App And Order OnlineLet Us Cater Your Next Event! $5.00 off Entire Bill of $25 or More Expires 10-31-18. Not to be combined with any other offer FALL FESTIVAL CELEBRATION1429 SE Federal Hwy Stuart | 772-324-8287 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1 R E A D E R S FRESH HEALTHY ORGANIC 100% GLUTEN-FREE LOCALLY SOURCED FARM-TO-TABLESERVING BRUNCH & LUNCH WE DO CATERING TOO! 772-324-3413 2401 SE Ocean Blvd. Stuart Mon-Sat 8am-5pm FREE GIFTwith the purchase of any meal & drink with this ad. Limit 1 per customer. While supplies last.Buy 1 Fresh Ready To Go Meal or Dine-In Entree, Get 1 50% OFFCannot be combined with other offers. Valid on pick-up fresh ready-to-go meals only. Expires 10-31-18 A I F2571 SE Ocean Blvd Cedar Pointe Plaza Stuart Next to Dollar General772-781-2400 Fall Specials Buy One Get One Free DinnersSeafood Veal Chicken Pastas Variety of Vegetarian Dishes All dinners served with garlic bread and soup or salad Prices from $14.95 and up Cannot be combined with other specials Must Bring ad. Expires 10-31-18 Mon-Fri 11 am til 9pm Sat-Sun 2pm til 9 pm LUNCHES starting at $5.95Cuisine Come to the Treasure Coasts Premier Resort For Outstanding Cuisine, Relaxation, Fun & Live Entertainment Join us for BreakfastSat & Sun 8am to 11am $6 Happy Hour Menu 3-7pm Every Day Inquire About Our Prix Fixe Lunch & Dinner Daily Waterfront Dining In the Biz Night Every Thursday starting November 1 8:30pm-12 midnight Live Band Drink & Food Specials Breakfast On The Water772-287-25004307 SE Bayview St, StuartLIVE MUSIC Thursday through Sunday OCTOBER SPECIALSFROM THE CHEFBeef Short Rib Tacos $15 Butternut Squash Soup $6 Hawaiian Pizza $11 Cheese Pizza $7 Sausage, Peppers & Onion Pizza $9 Pepperoni Pizza $9Veggie Pizza-Mushrooms, Red Peppers, Green Peppers, Black Olives $9FROM THE BARFire Cider Cocktail $9 Martini Bar Coming Soon! CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USMarmalade, jellies and jams, oh myen-USSeeen-US en-US CHEFen-US page 15


13 en-GBCatholic School, 1200 E. 10th Street, Stuart. en-GB Live entertainment, carnival rides and en-GB games, 50/50 raffle and silent auction. Free en-GB admission. Food and beverage tickets en-GB available, as well as all-day ride wristbands. en-GB For more information, call (772) 287-6975 en-GB or visit en-GB en-GB Third Saturday Gourmet:en-GB Popular food en-GB truck series returns to downtown Hobe en-GB Sound. 5-9 p.m., third Saturday each month en-GB from September through May 2019. Food en-USspooky trail, live music, a shipwreck bounce en-US house, a blow-up obstacle course, and free en-US marshmallows over the campfire for the en-US kids and kids at heart. Visitors can also see a en-US variety of the parks natural landscapes on en-US swamp buggy rides, interactive hayrides, en-US and self-guided hikes, or meet animals that en-US call south Florida home inside the Kimbell en-US Center and at a special show with Busch en-US Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a fun time for peoen-US -en-US ple of all ages!en-US Fire Fest is all about prescribed fire and en-US learning about this important tool used to en-US protect Floridas natural areas and wildlife en-US habitat. While once a natural, frequent en-US occurrence throughout much of our state, en-US fires became seldom and restricted in the en-US early 20thcentury. As a result, wildlife and en-US plants that need fire suffered, and wildfires en-US became an issue. To protect the wildlife, en-US plants, and our neighbors, Jonathan Dickinen-US -en-US son State Park, the Florida Park Service, and en-US various public and private entities develen-US -en-US oped prescribed fire programs. en-US The results are apparent in the park and en-US many species are thriving, some of which en-US would not survive without a regular burn en-US program. Protected species like the en-US four-petal pawpaw and grass pink orchids, en-US as well as Florida scrub-jays, gopher tortoisen-US -en-US es, and indigo snakes are among those that en-US depend on fire to survive. In areas with regen-US -en-US ular prescribed fire, these and all species in en-US the park are also better protected if wildfires en-US do occur, because the fires are less intense en-US and easier to manage.en-US If you are looking for a venue to introduce en-US your children to this important process, or en-US just looking for eight hours of inexpensive en-US entertainment, this is the event for you. en-US Fire Fest is sponsored by the Friends of en-US JDSP, the parks non-profit Citizen Support en-US Organization. The Friends and park staff are en-US proud to serve and interact with visitors en-US every day, and this event is a fun way to do en-US both. en-US Park entry fees are $4-$6, depending on en-US the number of people, and most of the en-US attractions and events are free. en-US Hayrides, swamp buggy tours, and the en-US bounce house area are a modest charge and en-US can be purchased in advance aten-US friendsofjden-US-en-US en-US Food, refreshments, and the all-imen-US -en-US portant s'mores kits will be available for en-US purchase as well. en-US Come join the fun! To keep up with the en-US latest, follow en-US @jdspfirefest.en-US Events will be held at Jonathan Dickinson en-US State Park and its Kimbell Education Center, en-US 16450 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound. en-US For more information, call (561) 745-5551 or en-US email en-US The Dignity Memorial professional provider network is here to guide you every step of the way. AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME Our professional, experienced and dedicate staff provides exceptional, compassionate care to families at a difficult time in their lives. rfnftfb rfnffbb Funeral & burial services of all faiths & cultures. Personalized services from time honored traditions, personal photographs to favorite readings & songs. en-US Chris Dowden, of Vero Beach, took along his copy of en-US Hometown News to French Lick, Indiana. en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one (or en-US more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or en-US exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the Bahamas, en-US bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-USFireen-USFrom page 11en-USOuten-USFrom page 11 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14


14 en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, things may not have been easy for you en-US over the last couple of weeks, but your courage en-US and stamina know no bounds. Keep forging en-US ahead.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USSagittarius, your career is in a perfect place right en-US now, so you can devote some of your attention to en-US personal matters even your love life. Start focusen-US-en-US ing on your feelings.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USYou notice a definite boost in your energy level en-US and drive this week, Capricorn. Its almost as if en-US youve rediscovered a passion you tucked away for en-US a while.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USCosmic dust will settle mid-week and you will feel en-US as if you have your power back, Aquarius. If youve en-US been holding off on projects, now is the time to en-US charge ahead.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USPisces, make a list of your priorities so you can en-US focus your energy efficiently. You dont want to en-US waver when trying to get things done. FUNDRAISER! CAR SHOW, FOOD, FUN & MUSIC Tuesday, October 25 4-8 pm $5 Donation FeeFun for the Whole FamilySouth East Classics Show & Shine Chow Down Food Trucks OPEN TO THE PUBLICVFW HALLBryan Post 10132 6101 S.E. Dixie Hwy Stuart FL 772-288-1040 FALL FESTIVITIES en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting en-US a photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject en-US line, and in the body of the email, please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed) Wyatt Wit en-US-en-US kowski, 7, of en-US Hobe en-US Sound, en-US caught this en-US 22-pound, en-US 56-inch King en-US Mackerel in en-US 60-feet of en-US water off the en-US coast of en-US Stuart.en-USNice en-US Catch! en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11 en-GBtrucks, craft vendors, DJ, and tiki bar. Park en-GB along Dixie Highway and visit local shops and en-GB vendors on Mars and Apollo streets. Free en-GB admission. Pets welcome too. en-GB Call the Hobe en-GB Sound Chamber of Commerce at (772) en-GB 546-4724.en-GBTHROUGH SUNDAY, OCT. 21en-GB en-GB 'The Velocity of Autumn:'en-GB Comedy en-GB by Eric Coble will be presented by A.C.T. en-GB Studio Theatre, Cedar Pointe Plaza, 2399 en-GB S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, from Oct. 6-21. en-GB The play swirls around an 80-year-old artist en-GB named Alexandra in a showdown with her en-GB family over where shell spend her remaining en-GB years. In Alexandras corner are her wit, en-GB her volcanic passion, and the fact that en-GB shes barricaded herself in her Brooklyn en-GB brownstone with enough Molotov cocktails en-GB to take out the block. Performances are en-GB on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and en-GB Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25. en-GBFor en-GB tickets and information, call (772) 932-8880 en-GB or visit en-GB actstudiotheatre.comen-USSUNDAY, OCT. 21en-GB en-GB Equine Rescue Festival:en-GB Third annual en-GB country festival will be held from noon to 4 en-GB p.m., Equine Rescue & Adoption en-GB Foundation's Community Center, 6400 S.W. en-GB Martin Highway, Palm City. Family-friendly en-GB festival features live music, barn tours, en-GB children's activities, pony rides and more. All en-GB proceeds benefit rescue horses. en-GB Call (772) en-GB 220-0150 or visit en-GB en-GB HSTC Sips for Seniors:en-GB 1-3 p.m., The en-GB Crafted Keg, 555 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart. en-GB Monthly Yappy Hour with craft beers, mobile en-GB dog adoptions and furry fun. For every pint en-GB sold in this time, Crafted Keg will donate $1 en-GB to HSTC to support the Senior Adoption en-GB Program. Dogs welcome if vaccinated & on a en-GB leash, accompanied by owner, and if the dog en-GB is well-socialized. en-GBFor more information, call en-GB (772) 600-8218.en-GB en-GB 'Reflections, A Musical Journey to the en-GB Movies Thru Song & Dance:' en-GBTake a magical en-GB journey in concert to Hollywood's richest en-GB movies and their most famous theme songs, en-GB including Oklahoma, West Side Story, Les en-GB Mis, On The Town, The Sound of Music, en-GB South Pacific, Flashdance, Saturday Night en-GB Fever, Chorus Line, Cabaret, and more. A en-GB concert presented by The Barn Theatre & en-GB The Kane Center at 2 p.m., Francis Langford en-GB Theatre, Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno en-GB Road, Stuart. Tickets are $20 for members, en-GB $25 for non-members. en-GBFor tickets, visit or en-GB call the Kane box office at (772) 223-7807. en-USOuten-USFrom page 13en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16


15 en-USWen-USith the beginning of our Florida en-US Winter coming in a few weeks, en-US cold snaps and possible freezing en-US temperatures will be the rule for the next en-US few months. Many of our Florida plants will en-US withstand the cold temperatures with grace en-US while others will struggle and wilt at the en-US first sign of a chill. Since many of us do en-US some planting during the cooler winter en-US months, the cold weather may pose some en-US serious challenges for our precious plants. en-US One of the best ways to offer protection en-US for the root base of your plants is to use en-US mulching material around the base of your en-US plants. You can recycle many of the en-US products you already have around your en-US home. You can use bark from trees you en-US might have cut down or bark that has come en-US loose from your pine trees. Straw also can en-US make an excellent mulching material. If you en-US live in a rural area straw may be available en-US from some local farmers that are in your en-US area. Sawdust can also be used as mulching en-US material. If you are a wood worker or do a en-US lot of remodeling, save that sawdust you en-US vacuum up and recycle it in your yard! Peat en-US moss also makes a great mulching material en-US that is readily available at most lawn and en-US garden centers. If you have oak trees or live en-US in a heavily wooded area, you can use leaves en-US as a protective barrier around the base of en-US your plants. You can even use your old grass en-US clippings as a mulching material around en-US your plants. en-US By using the mentioned materials for en-US protecting your plants, you are helping to en-US recycle our natural resources and you are en-US saving more and more cypress trees that are en-US rapidly being depleted by the widespread en-US use of commercial products such as cypress en-US mulch. In addition, all the above named en-US materials will slowly degrade in the soil and en-US add natural nutrients that will be beneficial en-US to the plants.en-US In order for the mulching material to be en-US effective in the event of a low temperature en-US or freeze scenario, the material should be at en-US least 2-3 inches thick but you should keep a en-US margin of about an inch from the main part en-US of the plant trunk. There are some excepen-US -en-US tions to this rule such as citrus trees. You en-US should never mulch around citrus plants as en-US this can actually cause harm to the tree. Be en-US sure that the areas that are heavily mulched. en-US It is extremely important that your garden en-US be moist prior to a cold snap. The combinaen-US -en-US tion of dry soil and cold temperatures can en-US cause serious damage to tender plants.en-US If our area should come under a freeze en-US watch or warning, you will need to take en-US some extra precautions to minimize the en-US damage to your plants. Covering your en-US plants will be the next step you need to take. en-US Be sure to use cloth and not plastic when en-US protecting your plants. Plastic can act like a en-US greenhouse and when the sun comes up, en-US the drastic temperature change can be fatal en-US to your plants. Even when using cloth, be en-US sure to use stakes if possible so that the en-US material does not come in direct contact en-US with the plant. After the cold weather of en-US freeze event is over, be sure to remove the en-US covering material promptly. en-US Fortunately, Florida enjoys seasonal en-US temperature through most of the winter en-US and mild freezes do not happen all that en-US often. It is important to remember that en-US many of our tropical plants can start to have en-US cold damage with temperatures as high as en-US 39 degrees. Hibiscus plants can wilt and en-US shiver at around 35 as well as many en-US flowering annuals. The main thing is to be en-US ready if a cold snap or freeze heads our way en-US and you will reap the rewards of healthy en-US plants throughout the winter.en-US Contact Joe Zelenak at en-UShometownen-US -en-US en-US or visit his website en-US www.en-US Answers Located in the Classied Section Cold weather plant tips GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USand then sealing them in a glass, airtight jar. en-US This technique worked and he went on to en-US discover different foods must be processed en-US at different temperatures, depending on the en-US acid in the food. en-US Louis XIV always ended his feast with en-US jams and marmalades. In the 1800s, a en-US nursery man named John Chapman, later en-US known as Johnny Appleseed, walked the en-US Midwest planting apple orchards so future en-US pioneers would have crops. One of those en-US pioneers was Jerome Smucker, who used en-US the crop to produce apple butter and later en-US gave birth to the Smuckers company we en-US know today. en-US In 1869, in Concord, Mass., Dr. Thomas en-US Welch used the Concord grape to begin his en-US juice company. In 1918, he produce his first en-US jam, called Grapelade. He sold his entire en-US production to the army that shipped it en-US overseas to soldiers in France. When they en-US came home, they wanted more. By 1923, the en-US Welch Concord Grape Jelly Co. was born. en-US If you want jelly recipes, e-mail me. Now en-US how about a great fish recipe using en-US marmalade? My wife loved it!en-USORANGE GLAZED FISHen-USIngredientsen-US 1 tablespoon orange marmalade en-US 1 small orange, peeled, seeded, sliced thinen-US 1 tablespoon orange juice en-US 2 teaspoons butter, melteden-US 1/2-teaspoon light soy sauce en-US 1/8-teaspoon ground white pepper en-US 3/4-pound grouper, snapper or cod fillets en-US (your choice)en-US Directionsen-US Preheat oven 350 degrees. Combine en-US marmalade, orange juice, and soy sauce, en-US mixing well. Place fillets on a spray-oiled en-US broiler pan and brush fillets with glaze. en-US Place orange slices on top of filet. Bake at en-US 350 degrees for 7-10 minutes until lightly en-US browned and fish flakes or breaks easily. en-US Brush with melted butter and serve.en-US Contact Costa Magoulas at (386) en-US 506-3578 or en-US page 12


16 Zack Jud, PhD., director of education and exhibits for the Florida en-USOceanographic Society, talks about the oyster reefs. Photos by Sevin Bullwinkle/staff photographer en-USChristopher Carnes, 14, shows his painting Effected which he painten-US -en-US ed to show how the waterways should be. An ultraviolet light brings en-US out the current problems affecting the river. Fourteen-year-old Gabriella Dunn gets some tips on how she can help en-USfrom Florida Oceonographic Society Executive Director Mark D. Perry.en-US Artist Julia Kelly Perry works with five-year-old Irie Kernan to create en-US Trash Art. en-GB en-GB USA Dance local chapter:en-GB Ballroom, en-GB Latin and Swing dancing at the Jensen en-GB Beach Ballroom, 881 N.E. Jensen Beach en-GB Blvd., Jensen Beach, from 3-6 p.m., on the en-GB third Sunday every month. Open to the en-GB public. Admission is $11. en-GBVisit en-GB www.en-GB en-GB or email en-GB usad6047info@gmail.comen-GBTUESDAY, OCT. 23en-GB en-GB Big Taste of Martin County:en-GB 5:30-8:30 en-GB p.m., Stuart Jet Center, 2501 S.E. Aviation en-GB Way A, Stuart. Hosted by Big Brothers Big en-GB Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties. en-GB This event brings the community together en-GB for an evening of fun, food, wine, music, en-GB and more. It will feature incredible foods en-GB from over 30 local restaurants, wines from en-GB around the world, and beers from local craft en-GB brewers, along with chances to win raffle en-GB prizes, silent auction items, and 50/50 en-GB raffle. Children under age 12 admitted free. en-GB Tickets in advance are $50 from Sept. 24 en-GB through Oct. 22. Tickets at the door are en-GB $55. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB http://en-GB en-GB For sponsorships, restaurant en-GB participation, or auction donations, contact en-GB Courtney Buckel at (772) 283-6862 or en-GB, OCT. 25en-GB en-GB Story Time in the Gallery:en-GB 10-11 a.m., en-GB last Thursday of the month, Court House en-GB Cultural Center Gallery, 80 E. Ocean Blvd., en-GB Stuart. An art-themed story time geared en-GB toward families of preschool children. On the en-GB last Thursday of every month, families are en-GB invited into the galleries of the Court House en-GB Cultural Center to listen to stories that en-GB celebrate the arts! Free and open to the en-GB public, no reservations required. en-GB For more en-GB information, visiten-GB en-GB Fundraiser For VFW Post 10132 en-GB Veterans Services: en-GB 4-8 p.m., 6101 S.E. Dixie en-GB Highway, Stuart. Chow Down food trucks, en-GB music by 'Cowboy Bob,' and family friendly en-GB fun. $5 donation for entry fee.en-GB en-GB 2018 mARTies Awards:en-GB 6-9:30 p.m., en-GB Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. en-GB The mARTies were created to celebrate and en-GB applaud the creative people who enrich our en-GB community. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 287-6676 or visit en-GB, OCT. 26en-GB en-GB Cult Classic Film Series:en-GB Showing 'Night en-GB of the Living Dead' at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at en-GB The Lyric Theatre, 59 S.W. Flagler Ave., en-GB Stuart. Tickets are $10; tickets for the en-GB seven-film series, which runs Aug. 17 through en-GB Nov. 9, are $50. en-GB Call (772) 286-7827 or visit en-GB www.lyrictheatre.comen-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 26 SATURDAY, OCT. 27en-GB en-GB The Barn Theatre presents 'The Rocky en-GB Horror Picture Show' with shadow cast:en-GB The en-GB Rocky Horror Picture Show is a tradition at en-GB the Barn Theatre, 2400 S.E. Ocean Blvd., en-GB Stuart. The movie plays in the background en-GB while a shadow cast in full costume performs en-GB on stage relating the movie plot with full en-GB audience participation. Prop bags available. en-GB Three shows: 7 p.m. Friday, and 7 p.m. and en-GB 11:45 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $20 for en-GB general admission. en-GB Call (772) 287-4884 or en-GB visit en-GB en-GBSATURDAY, OCT. 27en-GB en-GB Indian River Lagoon Science Festival:en-GB en-GB 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park, en-GB 600 N. Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce. en-GB Celebrate all that makes science fun at this en-GB free festival featuring hands-on exhibits from en-GB Science, Technology, Engineering and Math en-GB (STEM) organizations across the Treasure en-GB Coast. There will also be science-related en-GB shows and hands-on activities, main stage en-GB performances, raffles and more. Free en-GB admission and free parking. en-GB For information, en-GB call (772) 465-3273, email en-GB IRLsciencefest@en-GB, en-GB or visiten-GB en-GB Palm City Fall Fest:en-GB 10th annual festival en-GB will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Citrus en-GB Grove Community Park, 2507 S.W. Citrus en-GB Blvd., Palm City. Enjoy live entertainment, en-GB arts and crafts, car show, food, community en-GB and business booths, and more. Free en-GB admission. en-GB For more information, call Palm en-GB City Chamber of Commerce at (772) en-GB 286-8121 or en-GB en-GB Hobgoblins on Main Street: en-GB Annual en-GB family festival with parade and costumes in en-GB downtown Stuart. 1-4 p.m., on the Riverwalk en-GB Stage. en-GB For details, call (772) 286-2848.en-GB en-GB Creepy Creature Feature:en-GB 'Night at en-GB the Museum,' 6:30-8:30 p.m., Hobe Sound en-GB Nature Center, 13640 U.S. 1, Hobe Sound. en-GB Learn about creatures that are nocturnal, en-GB misunderstood, or just plain unusual, in this en-GB free, family-friendly event with live animals, en-GB face painting, crafts, games, activities, and en-GB star gazing (weather permitting). Costume en-GB contests for adults and for children; extra en-GB points for animal costumes. Reservations en-GB are not necessary; this is recommended en-GB for families with children ages 4 and up, en-GB though adults without kids are also welcome. en-GB Visit en-GB event_calendaren-USOuten-USFrom page 14en-USRally for the River


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19 440Professional rfn tfbrt n f 427Misc.Employment RECRUITMENT 220Appliances rf tf ftf ntb f f t ftf ttr tff tb f t t t f t 299miscNATIONAL Ads 440Professional tt 455Trades 220Appliances t t n f ttf nff ftf ttr tff ttb tf ftf 299miscNATIONAL Ads t f n t r b f f r tf f t n r r t f t t n r r t f t b f tf f f ff b r n r rf n trf f tf b r n r rfn t rf f tf nn nf t nn nf t n n t t t t t 299miscNATIONAL Ads ttt f f nf 510Schools t ftf ttr tf t ff tt n tf t ft rr tt n n tff rtrt ff nf frtf f nr rf n f fr nrbf f rf n n r rf f f tt t fr n f tt t fr n nn t f rf t tr t f ftfrf tfrf trf tf ft t f t nf ff tf r 299miscNATIONAL Ads t f f n f 510Schools ttt ftfft t r tb t rt rt rtn br t t f t r r t tf r t r r t tf r t tf t r t f nt n fr tf frtfr ffr t t tf f ftrt f t rr rrf rff t f f ft nt t n tn tt ff f t t t ftf ttr tf 299miscNATIONAL Ads b t f ntf br n 510Schools n nn nn nn n n nn nn nnn n n nnn n fnn f nn n nn nnn n nn f f fr t r t ff r fft f ftfr t n n nn n nnn n n nnn 5020Notice toCreditors fr f ff ft f rff t rt n nnn 5005FictitiousNames rfn tf f fn rt f r f nf f r f bnf t 299miscNATIONAL Ads nn nn nn n n nn n nnn nn nn nnn fnn f nn n n nnn n n f f fr t r t ff ftr ff rft rrt n n n n nnn n n nnn fr r tf n nn b ft ft t trf t r fr 5020Notice toCreditors ntf f ft f f t ff f tf t r rf r t t 299miscNATIONAL Ads fr t t n r tt r r frb fr f t t ffr rf ff f tf r r f tt n t ffr r fr f fr tn n n n n n nnn fn t n r rfrf 5060NoticeofSale fr rrr ff t t r fr n 5020Notice toCreditors tb rfn tt b n n ntf f ft f f tt f ff tf 299miscNATIONAL Ads


20 r frrrrf rf fnrtrb bnrn ntrrn r fntb r r nrb ntt r nnr nf tnf nnr rnr r nn rn rn n r rrff 710HousesforSale rf rnntbtbtn 710HousesforSale nbb rr tn trr 730Manufactured HomesforSale 710HousesforSale f nr ff f ntr 735OutofArea forSale 795Misc.RealEstate Services fntb t rr rnr rr n f 802Rooms& Roommates 795Misc.RealEstate Services ntb b tb bn rrrrf b b rrrrf bn rrrrf tb bbn rrfrrt fntnr nff ntff 305Pets:Domestic PETS rrrrf ntbn b n tnrrf rrnr nnrr rb nnnn fff rt rf rtr r nrrrr nfff t n ntnf f nrr nnf rr ff t n ntnf nf nrr nnf rr ff fn r nnf rnn r fff 299miscNATIONAL Ads n nr r ff nrr 305Pets:Domestic b f b nr r tnb rf nnr ff b n rnr tnnnf rn n rrnrrn nt t fff n rrnrrn nt t rr fff tnbb rrnnrr rrnnf rnr n r fffr ntf b brnf tnb rrnnrrrr nnr nrf nr brnf fff r nt b 299miscNATIONAL Ads rrrrf nrfrf frrr r ff 305Pets:Domestic b b n ntb rrrrf f nf tnf nf nn tr n rrfff f nf tnf nf nn tr n rrff b f b nr r tnb rf nnr ff 299miscNATIONAL Ads 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers n rn rn ff 915Automobiles TRANSPORTATION b t ntbrrrrf 940RV/Travel Trailers/Campers b n t rrn fff b f r n tf rr fff b n rrntf rfn tn nrn rrfff 915Automobiles bn ntbrrrrf bn ntb rrrrf rrrrf rrn rnf t tf rr fff tf t rr fff nn ntrrf rnnn rf nn trr rrnnn fff n rrnnn bb r nf nf tn f nnff fff 920Automobiles Wanted bbtb nn fntn rrrrf b r tf rr fff bb t r r trr rr fff 960Misc. Transportation b n nnt ff 950Trucks/Vans bb rn n tn ff nnf fff 920Automobiles Wanted bt r rnn f rrn fff 630Misc.Financial BUSINESS& FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES b b rf fntbfntb t ftr tff ftrtbnf nnf rrf rt nrrrrf b r tf rr fff 960Misc. Transportation fb nt fn f rrr ff b f nt rrrrr rff 630Misc.Financial