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Place of Publication: Alachua
Publication Date: October 8, 2009
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Hog Fest set for Saturday
By ALEX AUSTIN
Today Reporter
HAWTHORNE The Hawthorne Hog
Fest is an opportunity for the city to build new
relationships and celebrate old traditions, said
Heather Surreitcy. Organizer of the event
. S d 1 H
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Hawthorne SportS
Complex to raise moriey for the city's
recreation department.
As in previous years, the event will feature
a softball tournament, a community talent
show, a hog calling contest, arts and crafts, a
kid carnival, live music and a hog chase.
The hog chase has been a source of
controversy throughout the event's history.


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Flare up during City of

Hawthorne manager search
By ALEX AUSTIN recorded, but Mayor Eleanor Randall rold
Today Reporter the city clerk not to record the meeting
Hawthorne A rift brewing between under the advisement of Harris.
Interim City Manager Linda Rice Chapman Harris said some commissions told her
and Interim City Attorney Audrie Harris they may feel inhibited to freely interview
surfaced during the Monday city manager the candidates knowmg that a current cill
intervieiv process over a dispute about the employee, Chapman, could potentially
recording of the interviews. DISPUTE:
Chapman requested the interviews be Conanuedonpage.-14


BB feast at Newberry fest


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Man held on


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Or molestation


char e

' -By PATRICIA HOYOS

former Alachua resident
was arrested Sept. 29 in
wasansoncome..
warrant was issued by the
State Attorney's office for
molesting a 9-year-old girl
last year.
David K. Blankenship,
51. was charged with Lewd
MOLESTATION:
Continued on pagey6 Blankenship


LaCrosse Fire


Department facing

staffing cuts


By JIllmlY CLARITY
Today Reporter
LACROSSE The
aCrosse town council
vored 4-1 Monday night
in favor of accepting a fire
and rescue services contract
from Alachua County
worth less than last year's
agreement.


The same proposed
contract. slashed by a 7.5
percent cut II: funding,
failed to pass for lack ot
monon one week earlier.
lifayor Dianne Dubberly
said the council made the
decision when it realized
LACROSSE:
ContinuedonppgeA6


Phares by BRYAN BOUKAiRJ &t GABPJEL.4 lZARRA/.4tachua Counn* loday


By GABRIELA lZARRA
Today Reporter
NEWBERRY Swirls of smoke
poured from barbecue smokers and
the tantalizing aroma of broiling meat
stretched throughout the strip of vendors.
Satur aysu olie b stillthe e on
the Newberry Main Street Market Festival
barbecue cook-offwas announced.
After 48 hours of preparation, the
Hodges family won best presentation,
sauce and overall barbecue for their pulled
and sliced pork, andichicip:n.er myself a

good cook," said Devin Hodges, who
was handling the meat in the smoker they
brought from their home in Newberry.
It was the Hodges' second year
participating in the arinual barbecue
contest. though their first time winning.
"I'd give you a hug but I'm too busy
eating," Hodges' niece said to him when
the group found out they had won.
Three other groups spent their
Saturday cooking m downtown Newberry
at the Alain Street festival, which began at


9 a.m. and lasted until 4 p.m.
'"Best barbecue on this side of
Memphis." said Chris Deasey. draw ing
in customers. Deasey was a member of
Bacon BBQ, a group from the La Crosse
Baptist church. Their group won overall
sales.
Rocky from Newberry's Backyard
Bar-BQ and Milton McGowian were
NEWBERRY:
Continued on page A6


By PATRICIA HOYOS
Todar Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS
- A Ft. White woman
1vas arrested Oct. 6 alter
reportedly confessing to
committing three velucle
burglaries in High Springs.
Audrey R. Crew.
27, was arrested by the
Columbia County Sheriff s


Ofice (CCSO) and
charged with three counts
of burglary. one count of
felony theft and two counts
of misdemeanor theft.
On Sept. 30. the High
Springs Police Department
(HSPD) received three
vehicle burglaries reports
BURGLARIES:
Continued on pag A4


KATYROLOFF/SpecialtoAlachuaCoptyToday
The annual Hog Chase brings dozens of
youngsters and spectators.
Liast year, Hawthorne brought-back the hog
chase after at was canceled m 2007. The city
commission passed a municipal ordinance
that superseded the county-wide ban.
HOGFEST:
Continued on page A5


Alachua police nab thieves of $21K
"'" ^onU IAoHOrYOS

ALACHUA Four
teenagers are being charged
with numerous crimes related
ro the burglary of an Alachua
residence.
The teenagers, who

okpprdn horrobb Iand
stolen.wereidentifiedbythe
Alachua Police Department
(APD) Sept. 29. They are
being charged with numerous
crimes related to theft via
sworn complaint.
APD oilicers were able BRYAN BOULARI..4 ua Counts* Todas
Officers recovered- less than $9,000 of the more
APD: than $21,000 believed to have been stolen from art
Continued on page A4 Alachua home.


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M4ns
grams; DWLS habitual; resist, ASO Hardy, James, 11/
2
Reed, Courtney, 7/16/1981, house; ROWV, GPD
VOP- cocaine sell; possession co- Holcomb, Jordan,
caine, ASO FTA, Larc, petit 1st off,
Sanders, Alphonso, 8/24/1965, Irving, James Ed
Violation ofpre-trialrelease, GPD Moving traffic ciol, driv
Scott, James, 9/18/1989, VOP- susp, 1st off, FTA- VOP,
Narcotic equipment possession, ASO Kent, Kenneth, 9/
Scott, James, 9/18/1989, FTA- ar- valid DL, GPD
alignment fail to register MV, ASO Lamb, Curtis, 4/10/1
Slocum, Timothy, 1/4/1966, Re- Co. burg of structure, A
sist w/ violence and w/o violence, Landry, Keith, 11/1
GPD vard VOP, second de
Strawder, Monica, 2/24/1964, ASO
M's OP. Conser.anon an mals. lor- Mitchell, Clinton K
ment. Jepnt e. murdale. kill, abandon DUI, UPU
w ofoodwater.exercise.ASO Monroe, Latreese,
Tomlin, Glynell, 6/16/1968, Ag- VOP worthless check,
grassed barter\. sLmple batters (do- Mondey, Paul Jama
meanet GPD Home invasion robbery
Wilson, James. 5 25 1955. Aggra- caine poss cont. sub, V
vatedBattery, GPD intox, GPD/ASO
JIOOKINQDATE: Oct.02. 2009 Perkins, llionisha
Andrews, Daphne, II 10 19"9, Scheme to defraud and
Poss gami L/T 20 g, poss drug para, en), GPD
DWLSR, maintain drug dwelling, Poole, Ronald, 9/4/1
WPD quor, possL T 2 I ears,
Bishop, Ronald, 8/21/1950, VOP Reed, Amanda. I I.l
agg assit w/weapon w/4 intent to larcen) petal Ist otTen
kill, ASO less than 20 grams, ASO
Buck, Thomas Jason, 9/24/1976, Rice, Stephaie Lia
DUI, UPD GPD
Buck, Thomas Jason, NA, Traf- Rim, Alarth D.,
fic offense, DUIalcohol or drugs 1st Home iniasion robbery
off, UPD Sheppard, Allah L
Canciocarmona, Luis, Moving tratTic liol,
10/12/1972, In transit, conspiracy to reakJ DL for FTP b
manufacture marijuana, ASO
CarterBernstrd,8/12/1974,VOP Sheppard, Damie
Battery touch or strike, ASO VOP Narc equip poss/
Carter.Bernard.S'12'1974.VOP Silcox, Donnie, 3/2
Rests: we \tolence. VOP domes- pass afterivarning, GPD
tic liattery, battery on LEd, resist w Sims, Edward Nik
violence, breach of peace. dale of VOP Byrg of dwelling
cannabis w/I 1000 ft of public lious- af 30 c or more but le
ing, WPD ASO
Coleman, Henry, IIS 1975, PeuI Smith, Benry Lewi
theft.r2. HSPD DUl.UPD
Daniels, Britrne 6 18 1991, Sowell, Linda, 10/
F TA. hquor pass by person under bery unarmed poss
2 I wars. ASO hinder, delay communic
Diarne, Kasha L., 3 17.1990. In- Stacy, James, 10 1
bouse. FTA, Lee man] poss. Nare batteryASO
equip. Lee FTA Poss undersue Stewart. Reginald
snook. Lee (TA olerbag linur snook. FTA cocame sell 1000
ASO business, possession c
Daris, Kai, 5 17 1979. CocaIne cocaine mfg WI 1000
poss. narconc equip poss. dangerous business, cocaine pos
drugs. ASO cocaine tralik, ASO
Downs, Andrew E.. 2/16/1989, Tolver, Tyne, 10/
FT4- Liquor possess by person un- Johns Co. robbery
der 21, YOA subsq of. ASO weaponASO
Edwards, Otis. S/12:1972. Lesy Williams, Bud L., 6
Co VOP-ROWVASO / sess firearm/concealed
Florence. Dywon, 2/221989. Agg convt. Felon x 11, Ar
battep. GPD dwell, grand theft, gra
Francois, Dankiyr, 1/27/1987, fireatmGPD
DWLSR 'nd off, ASO


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9/1970, In-
2/18/1989,
ASO
ward, NA,
ing while lic
ASO
2/1989, No
985, Putnam
SO
9/1971, Bre-
gree murder;
., 2/10/1973;
11/11/1987,
ASO
r, 3/21/1980,
x2, sell co-
OP disorder,
, 9/9/1988,
obtain prop-
988, FTA li-
ASO
l 1990. F T.1
se, marguana
GPD
n, NA. DUI,
8 25 1991,
, GPD
azatia. NA,
dnve a susp
luld suppon,
1/5/1989,
use, ASO
4/1963, Tres-
o, 3/5/1990,
g, Lard theft
ss than 5000,
s, 12/4196"'.
6/1960, Rob-
cent sub and
arton, GPD
3 1957. Agg

, 10/2/1991,
tl wordup or
cocaine FTA
tT worship-
session, FTA
13/1991, St.
with deadly
/9/1988, Pos-
weapon by
med burg of
nd theft of a


Information appearing in Felony battery, GPD
McClain, Derrick, 11/28/1973,
this listing comes from the VOP, ASO
Alachua County Sheriff's Office McGuire, Kenneth, 2/25/1962,
daily jail log as provided to In-houseoutofcountycivilASO
Alachua County Today. Meeks, Jay, 4/26/1989, Sexual
battery, home invasion X2, Kidnap
All individuals arb X2, GPD
presumed innocent until proven Mills, Robert, 10/11/1967, Petit
guilty. Individuals listed on this theft, burglary, resist w/o violence,
m be cited and released GPD
page ay Morten, Kennith, 9/9/1972, Civil,
or placed under custodial arrest. ASO
Information provided NeweH Varnes, Derek,
is believed) to be accurate 10.22 1997. Felony barley. GPD
b ( gliaran ed. Afost Pace, curris James, 9 21 19"9,
oweler no Possessionofdrugpara.GPD
abbrenanous have been left Pace, Lavette Louise, 9/3/1962,
as provided to maintain the Possession of drug para, GPD
acetimey of the log. Pinkney, John, 7/1/1945, Flee
elude leo w/ lights siren active, ASO
Posen, Alexander, 8/5/1985, Bat-
Last name, First name, go by strangulation. ASO .
DOB, Charges. Agenc-' Predes. Chances L., 2/5/1979,
BOOKING DATE: Sept.30, 2009 In-house, VOP, possession of narc
Brown. Michael, 6 9 1957. VOP, -equip.,ASO
ASO Price, Paul, 1/21/1955, FIA- tres-
Brnsch, Carl, 5 8 1935, DWLSIL passing property, ASO
-habitual, GPD Ryan, Joseph, 5/11/1955, Petit
Chance), Tomm), 10 6 1991. theft, GPD
VOP, ASO Thomas, Michael C. 2/1/1975,
Charles, John) Ra 2.24 1988' FI'A, DUI, ASO
Felony battery, GPD Vazquez, David,, 9/5/1989, In-
Cloud-McCutchen, Curtis' houss VOI possession of narc
2 23/1980, VOP. ASO equip., possession ofmarijuana, ASO
Das is. Karran, 8/28/1958, VOP, Wall, C., 7/2/1989, VOP, ASO
enm art Ist degree felony, obtained Weman, Christopher, 11/8/1974,
cent sub by fraud. ASO p ASO
Deases, Clinton H., 4 J+ 982. Wilsqn, Edward, 912 19.il. In-
YOP. robbed, ASO transit, ASO .
Faison, Andre. 7/8 1966..VOP' Wyart. Stephen H., 40/28/1986,
ASO T TA possession ofannabis. ASO
Gordon, Edward, 8/19/1977, Wynne, Robert, 10 27 1963. Bat-
\'OP. ASO tery. nare equip possession. ASO
Gwerd. Wayne.1/28/1942, Outof BOOKING DATE: Oct.01, 2009
county, disorderly contiuck. ASO Bisi'tee, Shandrika, 12/2/1986,
Harder, Christopher' VOP- tilegal use oI credn cards, ASO
I117 1969.DW1.5R, WPD Bedford, Paul, 12 3 1979. CivR.
Bayes, William. ??3.1977. Pos- SO
session of cannabas, maintaining Bradshaw, Danielle, 10/14/1978,
drug dwellmg. GPD In house; oui of counis false report
Heflin, Ghana, I 3.1972, Posses- tbLEOAS6
ston of controlled substance, posses- Burns. Waller Alexander,
sion of drug paraphenaha, mamtain- 3.22 1971. Resist obstruct oppose
tog drug dwelling, GPD of otlicer without violence. GPD .
Johnson, Materick. 3 IS 1980. Carter, Jessica, 5 11980. 10P-
contempt, batter}. burglary, ASO VOP, ASO
Jordan. Caleb, 5 .50.'l990. Felony Chang, Yonghwan, 3!5/1987,
barter}. GPD DUl; reckless dnving. FHP
Kirksey, Xavier, 5.9 1990. Tress- Cline, Amanda, 10/5/1953, VOP.
passmg after wanung.GPD ASO
Lampkin, Chauncey. 10 I 1981. Crowell, Kelsin, 2.'3 1955, VOP-
Banery, robbery, ASO mbbery with a weapon, ASO
uster, 0....,, oness, cwi Dauls, Gregory, 12'l41960.
order, ASO Nioving tratlic, DWLSR Habitual,
Leopold, lblichael, 12 15'l9 8. ASO
DW1.SRhaberualpossessionofmar- Dison, Nicey, 4/1'1944. Openice
para A moun
g vehicle wnhout vabd drivers


license, ASO .
Douglas, Michael Leon, 1/5/1963,
Possession/use drug paraphernalia;
D}VLSR, GPD
FucileAnthony,3/9/1976,VOP,
ASO
Gilliland, Otis, 3/5/1978, Battery;
VOP, ASO
Green, Malik, 1/13/1985, Aggra-
vated Battery, ASO
Hacker, Kenneth, 8/10/1969, Lar-
ceny $300 > $5,000; Stolen property-
deal; fraud; false statement; burglary;
no assault larceny $300 > $5,000;
stolen property deal, ASO
Hagerstrom, }farley. 3 21 1052
DUI;-refuse submit to DUI man-
juana possession less than 20 grams;
possessioxinarcotic, UFPD .
Hards. James H., II 2 I''"O
legrn ared a .ill via man, to.-
ple baners adamesue s. GPD
Holland, Ricky, 5/6/1984, VOP,
ASO
Jackson, Latoya, 1/16/1985, lia
house; Larceny; Petit theft, ASO
Jacksoh, Willie, 3 I 195", hi
house; DWLSR 2nd offense, ASO
James, Wanda Faye, 8/15/1964,
VOP- DWLSR 2nd offense, ASO
Johnson, Jeffrey, 4/28/1959,
Fraud, FTAtimes 5, ASO
Johnson, Stephen, 12/8/1975,
Aggravated Battery; kidnap adult,
ASO
Keene, Norman, 2/13/1966, VOP,
ASO
Knight, Eugene Charles,
3/30/1952, Aggravated battery (do-
mestic); gtand theft fiom a dwelling;
simplebattery(domestic),GPD
sLekesne, Donald, 9/27/1990,
Sent., ASO
McGillary. Scott, 6/22/1961,
VOP-DUI, 1st offenseASO
McKenzie, Llewellyn, 8/9/1971,
Possess cocaine; cocaine possession
with mient to sell, narcone equp-
ment possession. FRP
Mulhern, Michael lan,
7 2 I 1952. Trespassmg, resetotlicer
w!o violence. FTA, DWLSR 2nd of-
fense.ASO
Myers, Hillie Ra,\, 9 23.1957.
VOP- Trespassing, ASO
Omens, Lashanda 12 3 1970,
Burglary, Peta theft, GPD
Price.Notena bloore.2.15-1939,
Sunple bance Idomesac); crimmal
maiduel, GPD
Ramse), Tony, les 1967, Posses-
slan at neapon ammo by a convicted
FL felon: Larcent, ASO
Randall, Jason, 4.13/1954.
IVOP) Criminal mischief less than
5200. Trespass, Posses fire .mn, FI
FEC poses controlled substance,
marituana possession less than 20


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arrest, and Carter refused

"adcor tedl r se
as rest, even after warnings
that be would be tased.
After further resistance,
the officer tased Carrer in
the back. Daphne Mae
Andrews. 29, was driving
the car. She was arrested
on charges, oE driving
with license suspended
or evoked and narcotics
violations.

High Springs
b 1
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reported at Quality
Auto Detailing Monday,

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report. Someone entered
Quality Auto Detailing
by remoymg a win ow
unit air conditioner and
clia2bing bugh the on
space. e suspect
throughthesidedoorwith
the air conditioner.

a Joel Dunkin Mullins,
53, of High Springs, was
found in possession of a
High.Springs Police badge,
aqc rding High Spring
PohoeDepartment report.
Colviribia Coui2ty Sheriff's
one, arrests mains
an discovered the' bad

sometime between October
2008andApril2009.


The following informa-
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chua County Today staff
reporter.-fles. In.san.
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Waldo
Damian opu n'
34, of Temple Terrace'
was arrested Sunday on
charges of dnving under
the influence, according to
aWaldofoliceDepartment
.
report. Populm was pulled
over 19r speedmg. The
me a neicess2cohoj

asked him to perform some
field sobriety exercises'
which he performed
porly. Populin wis taken
lach C Jail
li e he ok aob b test"
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m Samantha Leigh
Tillman.44,ofGamesville,
"as arrested Saturday on
charges of possession of
a controlled substance,
according to a Waldo
Police Department report.
Police found marijuana, a
crack pipe and a crack rock
to her vehicle after she was
pulled over. Tillman was
taken to Alachua County
>au.

a Bernard Carter Jr.,
35, ofWaldo, was arrested
Fridayonchargesofbattery
on a law enforcement
officer and sale of cannabis
withus 1,000 feet of pubhe
housing, according to a
Waldo Police Department
re on case was a
pa singer in a car that
police pulled over. The
otlice knew there was a
warrant out for Carter's


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Pentagon to NASCAR chapels to
the local church.
Also watch for Time and
Mary Alice Lovelate coming on
Nov. 12. For more information,
call 386-462-3921. .
a Annual Shootout on the
Santa Fe It is that time of year
again. The "Annual Shootout
on the Santa Fe" takes place this
Saturday, Oct. 10 out at the club
range on US 47, 1 mile south of
US27.
As usual, the costumed
shooters will populate the
range area and this year the
new / National/International
Shooting Champions Badlands
Drifter and Hawkeye Gin both
local teenage shooters, will be
competing They shoot each
year, but this year at they each
garnered International status
by their shooting achievements
at the Single Action Shooting
Society's Annual "End of Trail"
competition. The event begins
sit 9 a.m. and will continue
throughout the day
a Mt. Pleasant Baptist
Church is having their 2009
Fall Festival/Trunk or Treat on
Saturday, Oct. 24 from 4 p.m.
to 8 p.In. Also performing in
conceit is going to be LifeSong.
Lots of fun, food and games for
all ages! Trunk or Treat will be
that evening after the festival
and a hayride will conclude the
evening! The church is located
at 14105 NW 298thtreet, High
Springs. For shore information,
call386-454-2161.
a Miracle Word of Faiith
Ministry Pastorial 12th Year
Appreciation Services are being
held in Honor of Apostle Elect-
Dr. Donald L. Kelly and Pastor
Dr. Queen Horne-KeHy on
Oct. 8 through 10, Wednesday
through Saturday, 1:30. p.m.
nightly and Sunday closing
out at 11:30 a.m. The church is


located at 3809 AEast University
Avenue, Gainesville. Church
contact number is 352-378-4888
or Min. Carolyn J. Robinson 352-
372-1943, contact person. Out
of town and local churches will
render the nightly services each
night and Sunday morning. The.
public is invited to attend and be
blessed of the Lord.. .
m St. Luke AME Church,
Alachua will observe the
Pastor's appreciation for the
Rev. Jessie L. Steele. This
celebration will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. with
Rev. Elaine C. Merricks, guest
minister and .her congregation
from Victory Christian Teaching
Ministries, Inc., Lake City and
Standay, Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. with
Rev. Geraldine McClellan; guest
minister, choir and congregation
from Mt. Pleasant UM
Church, Gainesville. For more
information, contact Sis. Jennie
Williams, 352-373-0275. The
church address is 14950 MLK
Blvd, US 441, Alachua.
a The First United Methodist
Church of Alachua is hosting
their Annual Fall Festival this
Sunday, Oct. 11 from 2;30 until
5p.m.attheAlachugPumpkin
Patch on U.S. 441 NL Everyone
is invited .and admission is
FREE! Bring the family and
enjoy games, hayrides, hay inaze,
food and fun for all ages. Dinner
will be served at 4:30 p.m.
a United Methogist women
of Mt. Carmel will be hosting
"Holiday Bazaar and Baked
Goods." Proceeds benefit
mission projects and are greatly
appreciated. The "Holiday
Bazaar and Baked Goods" will
be on Saturday, Oct. 10. 8 a.m.
- 1 p.m. at Mt. Carmel United
Methodist Church fellowship hall
located at 1230 NW First Avenue,
High Springs; 386-454-4568.
If you have questions, contact


Minnie Davis at 386-454-3578.
a Suwannee River Moose
Lodge, Fanning Springs, will
be hosting a karaoke contest
on Sunday, Oct. 11. The-contest
will start at 1 p.m. and will be
open to the public. Contestants
and their families and friends
are asked to please arrive early
to register, find seating and get
refreshments which will be
available all afternoon. There
will be a $5 entry fee and the
prizes are as follows: First place
receives $100, Second place
will receive $50, and Third
place will receive $25. For more
information, call Carol Perkins,
at 352-278-2972 or for directions
to The Suwafmee River Moose
Lodge call, 352-463-2838.
n Anointed Vessels in Arms
Reach Ministries is hosting a
Community Health Fair and
Clothing Giveaway Oct. 24
at the Ft. White Community
Center from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. There will be free health


screening for blood pressure
and blood sugar checks, and
domestic violence workshop.
Free coats, clothing and shoes
just in time for the winter season
will be given out. Free hot dogs
and drinks and much more. For
more information, contact Gloria
Jackson 352-538 0352 or Ora
Enman 352-317-1835.
a Alachua's 10th Annual
Alachua County Council of
the Blind White Cane Safety
Walk will be held Saturday,
Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. The walk will
begin at the former site of the old
Alachua City Hall. Participants
will proceed two blocks along
U.S. Highway 441 to the Boy
Scout Troop 88 scout hut where
demonstrations will be conducted
and refreshments will be
provided. The public is invitedto
participate in the walk along with
sighted and blind individuals.
The event is sponsored by the
Alachua County Council of the
Blind.


mArcher Meets the 2nd
and 4th Monday of each
month at 7 p.nt at City
Hall, 16870 SW134 Ave.
mAlachua (City Meets
the 1st and 3rd Monday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
City Hall.
mAlacitua County Meets
the 'Ind arid 4th Tuesdal
of each month fit 9 a.m. at
the County Administration
Building, 12 SE 1st Street-
Room 09, Gainesville.
Citizen comments are
taken at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30
p.m.
mGainesville a- Meets the
lst and 3rd Thursdal of
each month at 1 p.m.at City
Commission Chamber, 200
East Universill Avenue.
m The New Century Woman's
Club of High Springs will be
having a craft/bake sale on
Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Comeouttosupportthemasthey
support Habitat for Humanity
and others. Tables still available,
contact Carol LaRose 386-454-
8563. -
a First United Methodist
Church of High Springs will
be holding its annual Fall
Celebration on Sunday, Oct.
11 from 3 to 6 p.m. All ages are
welcome. Come enjoy free food,
games for all ages, inflatables,
hay rides, mazes, and a cake
walk. Bring your entire family
and enjoy our fall celebration.
All donations collected will go to
our Children Ministry programs
and playground fund. For more


mHawthorrie Meets the
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of
each month at 6.30 p.m. at
Cits Hall
mHigh Springs --Meets the
2nd and 4th Thursdal of
each month at 6-30 p.m. in
pity Hall.
mLaCrosse -- Meets the
2nd Monday of each month
at 7:30 p m. at Town Hall.
mMicanopy Meets the
2ndTuesd ofeachmonth
at 7:30 p.m. at form Hall.
mNewberry Meets the '
2nd and 4th Monday of
each month at 7 p.m. at
Cits Hall
I h "nd
mH'aldo 1\ eets te -
Tuesday of each month at
7 p.m. at Yerkes Center

information, call, 386-454-1255.
a Forest Grove Baptist
Church.- Kenna.Thrner West
will be in concert on Oct. 11.
Dinner will be at 6 p.m. and
the concert will start at 7.p.m.
Dicker tickets are $6 each and are
available from students, parents
and teachers at FGCA.
Her sdngs have graced over
a dozen Doire Alvard-nominated
recordings.She'sthedaughter-
in-law of country Music legend
Dottie West and the daughter
of former Blackwood Brothers
member Ken Turner: For over
two decades, ICenna has been
blending music, humor, and
devotional teaching into a
ministry that has reached across
the country and around the world,
at venues ranging from The


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down and go home, but
that's not true," Yeago,
former manager of eight
years, said. "It's a lot more
than people think."
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By TRACEY MCMANUS
Today Reporter
HIGH SPRINGS --

ne u an
new mariager to orgamze
the weekly markets and
coordinate vendors'
High Springs Main
Street Manager Ashley
McDonough said.
'Basically we're
looking for someone who is
passionate about growing
locally and will keep the
farmers and the market
,,
going like it has been'
McDonough said.
The part-time position.
runs about 10 to 15 hours
per .week, doesn't require
a specific education degree
and involves recruiting
new vendors, information
gathering for a newsletter
and motivating growth.


With help from three
Farmers Market volunteers
and the joint effort with
the)VIain Street, Program,
McDonough also said the
position would come with
a strong team of assistants.
The new, leader will
be the third contracted
nkanager, among several
volunteer managers, the
tharket has hired in the
nearly nine years it has
been in service.
The Farmers Market
started in 2000 to give
farmers an alternative
to selling ,produce on
roadsides. Today it has
.
become the only market
in Florida to accept food
stamps so low income
.
families can also buy the
fresh, local produce.
The market, in
conjunction with the


Community Garden
Program, was also
recently recogmzed by
the International City
Manager Association with
the Program of Excellence
Award for Sustainability.
Those interested in
continuing th& market's
legacy are asked to contact
the Main Street Program
office at 386-454-2889
or by email at manager@
highspringsmainstreet.com
by Oct. 14.
Although the position is
paid and puts themanager
iri touch with a passionate
group of .farmers and
.
commumty members,
previous manager Sharon
Yeago said it is alpo tough
work.
"The perceptions that
you show up, you put the
tents up, you -take theth


The energy charge above
1,000 kW-hrs will be billed
at $0.1010 per kW-hr oil.
residential' customers.
The smaller commercial
customers will see (heir
rates jump from $0.0798
per kW-hr to $0.0960 per
kW-hr. Medium-sized
and larger commercial
customers are billed one
fee for the kW-hrs used
and another fee based on
the customers peak demand
on the electric system.
Medium-sized and larger
commercial customers'
rates are increasing
similarly to smallerusers.
In a Florida Municipal
Power Association (FMPA)
survey, Alachua's utility
, rates prior to the Dec.
1 increases are the 12th
lowest among 33 other
cities providing electricity
to residents. With the
increases adopted last
week, Alachua will jump
to 13 in that same poll on
Dec. 1
While there will be an
increase in the electricity
rate charged by the City
of Alachua, those jumps
will be offset for customers
due to a recent change
in the way the City buys
electricity.
A recent amendment
to the City's contract with
Gainesville Regional
Utilities (GRU), which
provides the majority of the
.
city's.electricity, allows for


a more stable bulk power
adjustment rate. That rate
is passed on to electric
utility customers and has
caused drastic fluctuations
in electric bills depending
on the cost of energy. But
depressed natural gas rates
and' a more streamlined
formula with GRU is
expected to hold electricity
costs down for at least the
next year, City of Alachua
Public Services Director
Mike New said.
A residential customer
with an existing utility
bill of $128.80 would see
that same bill increase
to $129.25. A larger
residential customer with
an electric bill of $189.20
would see their bill move
to $194.38. Small and
medium commercial
customers would see
similar overall bill changes,
but large commercial
customers would see a
slight decrease. A large
customer with a monthly
utility bill of $45,412.50
would get a reduction to
$44,995.
New said the slight
decrease for large utility
customers comes because
of the fewer resources
required to serve that one
large customer at a single
point of delivery.
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By BRYAN BOUKARI
Today Reporter .
ALACHUA Alachua
commissioners give
unanimous approval Sept.
28 to the City's first electric
rate hike since 1994.
The move also creates
new billing categories
for residential electric
customers who conserve
and large commercial
consumers.
For all categories of
customers, commissioners
increased the monthly
customer charge, the fee
used to cover the costs
of meter reading, billing'
maintaining the meters and
equipment and other related
fees. The customer charge
was boosted from $8 to $9
on residential consumers
and to $11.50 on smaller
commercial customers.
Mid-range and larger
commercial customers
will see an increase in
the customer charge from
$22.50 monthly to $45. '
Residents now have
more incentive to conserve
electricity. Although the
rate per kilowatt hours
(kW-hr) is going up in all
categories, the increase is
smaller among residential
electric customers who
use less than 1,000 kW-
hr. The residential rate
was $0.0798 per kW-hr
but is now headed up to
$0.0910 per kW-hr for the
first 1,000 kW-hrs of usage.


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PUBLIC.NOTICE -

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE
OF THE CITY OF

ALACIIUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will hold a public
hearing on a proposed ordinance on October 19, 2009 at 7:00
p.m. The.hearing will be held in the Conimishion Chambers of
City Hall, at 15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.
Tlfe ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 09 24i

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF .ALACHUA,
FLORIDA; PERTAINING TO .CHAPTER 17 OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES ORIGINALLY ADOPTED
AS CHAPTER 16 AND RENUMBERED CHAPTER
17 AS A PART OF THE RECODIFICATION OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES BY ORDINANCE O-71-1
EFFECTIVE 11-16-1976, AMENDED BY ORDINANCE
O-89-14 ADOPTED 8-21-89 AND ORDINANCE 6-04-02
ADOPTED 11-11-02 (CHAPTER 17 WAS MISSTATED
AND IDENTIFIED AS CHAPTER 23 TN NUMBER BUT
190T CONTENT); AMENDING SAID ORDINANCE
RENUMBERINGCJIAPTER17(23)TOCH.APTER22TO
COMPORT.WITH AN ONGOING RECODIFliCATION
OF THE CITY OFALACHUA CODE OF ORDINANCES;
INCORPORATING NEW LANGUAGE COlifTAINED
IN CHAPTER 205 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES Al
STRIKING CERTAIN TAX AMOUNTS DEEMED VOID
RY COURTS PRESENTED WITH SIMILAR FACTUAL
PATTERNS; NO CHANGING OF CLASSIFICATIONS
OF BUSINESSES, PROFESSIONS OR OCCUPATIONS.
OR IN TAX AMOUNTS PROPOSED; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING
SEVERABLITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to the proposed ordinance. Copies of the
proposed ordinance, the StaffReport, and related materials are
available for public inspection at the Planning and Community
Development Department or at the Office of the City Clerk,
15100 NW 142nd Terrace, on any regular business day
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Friday prior
to the City Commission meeting. Written comments on the
proposed ordinance may be sent to the following address:
City of Alachua, Planning and Community Develop'ment,
P.O. Box 9, Alachua FL 32616. Notice is given pursuant
.
to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal
any decision made at these public hearings, you will needto
ensure that a verbatim record is made. In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability
requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in
this meeting should call the City Clerk at (386) 418-6100 x
101 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT
OF AN ORDINANCE

OF THE CITY OF

ALACHIVA, FLORIDA

The City ofAlachua City Commission will hold a public hearing
opmed h o ,h itp 1
15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.
The ordinance title is as follows:
ORDINANCE 10 03
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE AMENDMENT OF THE
OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS; Al ENDING THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS FROM LIGHT & WAREHOUSE
INDUS 5 C SWE%
NW US HIGHWAY 441, ALACHUA, FLORIDA, IN THE
SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF THE INTERSECTION OF
NW US HIGHWAY 441 AND NW.104TH TERRACE, IN
THEALACHUAPROFESSIONALCENTER.TAXPARCEL
NUMBERS05949-011-001,05949-011-007,ANDAPORTION
OF 05949-011-006; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT;, PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Lago.d



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.

At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to the proposed ordinance. Copies of the
proposed ordinance, the Staff Report, and related materials are
available for.public inspection at the Planning and Community
Development Department or at the OHice of the City Clerk, 15100
N 2a o 3 nianyhreeCd o tsod e
meeting. Written comments on the proposed ordinance may
be sent to the following address: City of Alachya, Planning
andCommunityDevelopmentP.O.Box9,AlachuaFL32616.
Notice is given pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes,
that in order to appeal any decision made at these public hearings,
you will need to ensure that a verbatim record is made. In
accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any persons
with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (386)418-
6100 x 101 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


I UBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE

OF THE CITY OF

ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City ofAlachua City Commission will hold a public
hearing on a proposed ordinance on October 19, 2009,
at 7:00 p.m. The hearing will be held at the City Hall in
the City Commissiori chambers, located at 15100 N.W.
142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

'The ordinance title is as follows:

, ORDINANCE 10 01

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA,
FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 4.6 OF THE
CITY OF ALACIIUA'S LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS RELATED TO SPECIAL
EVENTS: RElifOVING THE REQUIREMENT
THAT A SPECIAL EVENT OBTAIN A
TEMPORARY USE PERMIT; REQUIRING THAT
A SPECIAL EVENT OBTAIN A SPECIAL EVENT
PERMIT; REMOVING THE EXEMPTION FOR
SPECIAL EVENTS SPONSORED IN WHOLE OR
4 sART BY THE CITY OR STATE OF FLORIDA
FROM OBTAINING A PERMIT AND MEETING
THE STANDARDS OF SECTION 4.6; REVISING
PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE DURATION
OF PERMIt' APPROVAL PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABLITY- REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFI ICT; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

- At the public hearing, all interested parties may appea@
and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Copies of the proposed ordinance, the Staff Report, and
related materials are available for public inspection at
the Planning and Community Development Department,
or at the Office of the City Clerk, 15100 N.W. 142nd
Terrace, on any regular business day between the hours
of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Friday prior to the City
Commission meeting. Written comments on the
proposed ordinance may be sent to the following
address: City of Alachua, Planning and Community
Development, P.O. Box 9, Alachua FL 32616. Notice
is given pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes,
that in order to appeal any decision made at these
public hearings, you will need to ensure that a verbatim
record is made. In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability requiring
reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this
meeting should call the City Clerk at (386) 418-6100 at
least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


CDoln nP dTfr pageAl Harris will continue to be part of ci

use-their comments against from assisting in the city with the comprehensive relationship had formed proc
e
them later. manager selection process, plan, which the minutes do when Chapman sent her a com
m
She said the. law did and if she declines, I would not reflect was asked of all "scathing" e-mail. "
not permit the meeting be ask this board to take candidates," Chapman said. Harris said she we
recorded, and the record action to remove her from On one question, attempted to resolve the some
could only potentially the process," Chapman Chapman was asked about issue by asking Chapman you
i
hurt the city by giving the said, reading from a the city attorney. The to discuss it over coffee, boar
d
candidates a record upon prepared letter at Tuesday'd question was meant to be but Chapman ignored her. take
which they could sue the commission meeting, answered in general terms, Chapman' said Harris
H
city. Chapman also took but Chapman interpreted it not only advised the city to be
On Tuesday, Chapman issue with the questions, to pertain to Harris. clerk not to record the as t
e
requested that Harris be which were partly prepared Chapman said she was interviews but to not take requ
removed from the city by Harris. disappointed in Harris' notes on the responses. back
manager selection process. "I feel that some of the work. Harris responded Harris said the city rema
"I would like to questions were crafted to to the statement to the clerk was given a copy of S
respectfully. request that place other candidates in commission after Chapman the questions to be asked coixti
the interim city attorney a better position; i. e. the had left her interview. and was not advised what city
a
voluntarily recuse herself question on experience "I am nobody's to write or not write in the ultim
mouthpiece.. If I have a minutes. The city clerk mana
legal opinion to give to confirmed Tuesday that this feels
Ask Your Dentist you, I will give it to you, is what she was told. serve
and it shouldn't be filtered," Randall interjected arm t
by Douglas M. Adel, D.D.8- harris said, into the argument to H
She said an adversarial defend the interview indep


city manager is important.
She said problems under
previous city manager
Chad Shryock arose
because the city attorney
had an allegiance to him
and not the commission.
Commissioner Matthew
Currency urged both parties
to put the issue. behind
them.
"I would ask for nothing
less than to leave whatever
personal discrepancies they
have between each other, or
disapproval of each other,
outside the city limits,"
Currency said.
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ss undertaken by the
mission.
To indicate that
were trying to do
thing to' discredit
s an injustice to this
," Randall said. "I
offense to that." .
arris will. continue
a part of the process
he commission has
sted she complete
ground checks on the
ining three candidates.
he said she will
nue to serve as interim
attorney no matter who
ately becomes city
ger as' long as she
she can adequately
as an independent
o the commission.
arris said her
endence from the


c"oYMARIEst, C
in which the victims had
left their vehicles'unlocked,
and items were taken from
the inside sometime during
the n'ght.
One of the three
victims, a High Sprihgs fire
fighter, reported suspicious
actions by a Avoman who left
2001 Ch van arked at
the fire station with a flat
tire. IISPD of f icers Dustyn


Shenk and Jerry Perry
identified Crew with the
information obtained from
the victim and investigated
the registered owner of the
van, Christopher Coleman,
also of Ft. White.
Coleman had an active
Violatioil of Probation
warrant fdr his arrest and
was arrested by Officer
Steve Holley. He was


. booked into the Alachua
County Jail Sept. 30.
Lt. Gordon Fulwood
went to Ft. White to
interview Crew about
information provided by
Coleman. Crew confessed
to the three crimes.
CCSO and .Fulwodd
were able to recover the
stolen items from two of
the three burglaries. With
Crew's confession and the
stolen items, Fulwood was
able to obtain the arrest


warrants. Crew was booked
into the Columbia County
Jail with a $37,500 bond.
The HSPD encourages
residents to remember to
lock their vehicles and park
in well-lit areas. Residents
are also urged to report
ally suspicious activity to
the local law enforcement
agency.
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to recover $8,778 and an
array of stolen property.
The items recovered
meluded two laptops, a
wireless router, an X-box
. 360 console and games, a
Samsung surround sound
system, two motorcycles
and an Obaina novelty
mask, among other things.
The rest of the cash
was spent on illegal drugs


and drug paraphernalia;
according to authorities.
The stolen property
was taken from a residence
located at 14213 NW 146
Terrace. The complaint by
the victim was filed Sept.
26. as
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ty manager search


~rew is being held on a $37,500 bond


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PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE

OF THE CITY OF

ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will hold a public
hearing on a proposed ordinance on October 19, 2009 at 7:00.
p.m. The hearing will be held in the Commission Chambers
of City Hall, at 15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 10 05

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OE ALACHUA'
, FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE AMENDMENT OF
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS; AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS FROM LIGHT AND
WAREHOUSEINDUSTRIAL(ILW)TOCOMMERCIAL
INTENSIVE (CI) ON APPROXIMATELY 5.75 ACRES;
LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF U.S.
HIGHWAY 441 AND -NW 104TH TERRACE IN THE
ALACHUA PROFESSIONAL CENTER; ALACHUA,
FLORIDA. TAX PARCEL NUMBER 05949-017-000;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
PROVIDING SEVERABLITY; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.












At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be
heardwithrespecttotheproposedordinance.Copiesof the
proposedordinancetheStaffReportandrelatedmaterialsare
available for public inspection at the Planning and Community
Development Department or at the Office of the City, Clerk,
15100 NW 142nd Terrace, on any regular business day
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Friday prior
to the City Commission meeting. Written comments on the
proposed ordinance may be sent to the following address:
City of Alachua, Planning and Community Development'
P.O. Box 9, Alachua FL 32616. Notice is given pursuant
to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal
any decision made at these public hearings, you will need to
ensure that a verbatim record is made. In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability
requirmg reasonable accommodation in order to participate in
this meeting should call the City Clerk at (386) 418 6100 x
101 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing,
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE

OF THE CITY OF

ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will hold a public hearing on
a proposed ordinance ozi October 19, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. The hearing
will be held in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, at 15100 NW
142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida. -

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 10 02

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO THE SMALL SCALE AMENDMENT OF
THE CITY OF ALACHUA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
FUT Lp AME MT UT

TO COMMERCIAL 014 APPROXIMATELY 5.40 ACRES,
LOCATED AT 13680 NW US HIGHWAY 441, ALACHUA,
FLORIDA, IN THE SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF THE
INTERSECTION OF NW US HIGHWAY 441 AND NW 104TH
TERRACE, IN THE ALACHUA.PIROFESSIONAL CENTER.
TAX PARCEL NUMBERS 04949-011-001, 05949-011-007,
AND A PORTION OF 05949-011-006; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING SEVER ABILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.













......... .................

At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear and be heard
with respect to the proposed ordinance. Copies of the proposed
ordinance, the Staff Report, and related materials are available for
public inspection at the Planning and Community Development
Department or at the Office of the City Clerk, 15100,NW 142nd
Terrace, on any regular business day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. the Friday prior to the City Commission meeting. Written
comments on the proposed ordinance may be sent to the following
address* CitydfAlachua lanni mu u

286.0105, Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal any decision made
at these public hearings, you will need to ensure that a verbatim record
is made. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any
persons with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in
order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (386)
418-6100 x 101 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE

OF THE CITY OF

- ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission will hold a public
hearing on a proposed ordinance on October 19, 2009 at 7:00
* p.m. The hearing will be held in the Commission Chambers
of City Hall, at 15100 NW 142rid Terrace, Alachua, Flonda.

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 10 04


AINANCETOFGTHE plTY SOF ALASCCHU
AMENDMENT OF THE CITY OF ALACHUA
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FUTURE LANI)' USE
MA#: 2015; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE
MAP CLASSIFICATION FROM INDUSTRIAL TO
. COMMERCIAL ON APPROXIMATELY 5.75 ACRES;
LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF U.S.
-HIGHWAY 441 AND NW 104TH TERRACE IN THE
ALACHUA PROFESSIONAL CENTER; ALACHUA,
FLORIDA. IAX PARCEL NUMBER- 05949-017-000;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
PROVIDING SEVER ABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.












At the public hearing, all interested parties may appear
and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Copies ofthe proposed ordinance, the StaffReport, and
related materials are available for public inspection at the
Planning and Community Development Department or at
the Office of the City Clerk, 15100 NW 142nd Terrace, on
any regular business day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. the Friday prior to the City Commission meeting.
Written comments on the proposed ordinance may be

aennt to the following address CityPof Alsohua, Planning
FL 32616. Notice is given pursuant to Section 286.0105,
Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal any decision made
at these public hearings, you will need to ensure that a
verbatim record is made. In accordance with the.Americans
with Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability requiring
'reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this
meeting should call the City Clerk at (386) 418-6100 x 101
at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


antique car show aud a monster
truck crushing cars,
Currency said the event
is a challenge to organize, but
she gets a lot of help from the
community. She said it's great
toseeeveryonecometogether
and have a good time.


For more information
about the event, call Surrency
at 352-317-3995.
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.However, she doesn't want
protesters harassing people
inside 'the event. She said if
protesters want to spread their
message at the event, they can
purchase a booth at the event
for$30.
Cohen said she and the
other protesters will not be
harassing people and will only
hold signs peacefully to inform
people.
Currency said activities


such as the hog chase are what
make the Hog Fest unique. You
won't see an event like this
anywhere else in the county,
Currency said. It's part of
Hawthorne's tradition as a farm
community.Whenhogsusedto
get loose, someone would have
to chase them down.
Cohen said just.because
something is a tradition doesn't
mean it needs to continue.
Other activities include an


year's event.
She said chasing hogs
frightens them and for no
reason but entertainment. She
has no problem with the rest of
the event but would like to see
Hawthorne put an end to the
hog chase.
Currency said she
welcomes everyone,.including
protesters, to the event and has
no problem with them voicing
their opinions. *


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By PATRICIA HOYOS
TodayReporter- .
ALACHUA The Latin Women's
League will bring the Latmo Film Festival
to Alachua for the first tbime.shown at the

Alachua Library Branch Saturday at 2 p.m.,
Since the films target different audiences'
both films will be shown at the same time
so families can attend together while
experiencing a different cmematographic
experience'
For the children, "La Leyenda de la
Nahuala" (The Legend of the Nahuala)
will be shown. The Mexican film is full
of fantasy. "Conversaciones Intimas"'
(Intimate Conversations) will be shown
to more mature audiences and will be
followed by a discussion and a musical
performance.
"We are excited to present these films
to expand a little, and so peoplescanhave-


the opportunity to experience them," said
Victoria Williams, president of the Latin
Women's League.
After working mainly in Gainesville,
she said the organization is pleased to
finally reach residents of the city of
Alachua through films. *
"This is a present we want to give the
city ofAlachua for its support," Williams
said. -
In the past, Alachua has allowed
the league to host a program in the city
providing English classes. She said the
organization is grateful toward the city
and the Alachua Library Branch for their
assistance.
Williams, a Peru native, said the
organization's main goal is not necessarily
to have a large turnout at Saturday's event,
but to introduce the Latino Film Festival to
the city.
"It's important for us to present these
films even if there are only four people,"


Williams said.
However, Saturday's audience
should be larger than merely four people.
Williams said she has spoken with teachers
in Alachua and has seen an interest in the
films. Alachua Mayor Bonnie Burgess we
also supposed to attend but had to cancel
because of scheduling conflicts.
Williams hopes this will be the
beginning of a relationship with Alachua
and the Latin Women's League. She also
hopes the League can assist any .needs the
city might have regarding the Hispanic
community.
The festival is part of the Hispano/
Latino Heritage month, and this year
will mark the fifth year it is celebrated in
Gainesville. Alachua County is home to
about 15,000 Latinos.
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placed onthe firefighter who arrived on a.
scene first.
The establishment of ranked
supervisors also created a new system
- with which the department will appoint
future lieutenants. The system will base
promotions on time requirements, oral and
written tests, and course work.
These first lieutenants were chosen
- based on seniority at the department,
previous background and education,
Riggall said.
The city budgeted for the promotions
this year with $7,000 for a pay increase
divided between the lieutenants, and City
Manager James Drumm said the*change is
a positit e step for the depertmopt. .
-'The idea is you'll never have a
timeframe or shift that you don't have a
supervisor on duty," Drumm said. "Before
we never had shift odicers. Now we have
full-time and part-time people working


The department was also restructured
several years ago when Florida legislation
put restrictions on volunteer firefighters.
With new time consuming requirements,
many volunteer firefighters were unable to
meet the standards and were taken of f the
staff.
The legislation was justified by
workers unions that aimed to create more
paying jobs inFloridafire departments, but
in doing so it eliminated the opportunity
for many firefighters with full-time jobs to
volunteer.
Today five people on the 23 member
staff in High Springs are volunteers, but
Drumm said all are just as valuable.
"We do have a ., high quality
department," Drumm said.
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HIGH SPRINGS In a first for the
High Springs Fire Department, three senior
firefighters were promoted to lieutenants
Sept.28, creating a rank for authority and
organization in the department.
Promoting firefighters Jeff Evans,
Randall Monk and Dwayne King to
lieutenants has dissolved any confusion
about who should be in charge at the scene
of an emergency and ivho will have head
authority on each shift, said High Springs
Fire ChiefVerne Riggall.
"We know now when the truck goes to
I-75, there won't be a question of who is
in charge of the scene," Riggall said. "It's
clearly identified by the rank structure and
red lieldiet." "
The lieutenants will work on a three~
day rotation and are responsible for daily
discipline for firefighters, for leadership
at the scene of an accident and to be the


Animal Activists of Alachua protest planned


H e eAl

The hog chase will be
divided into three age divisions:
4 to 6 years old, 7 to 9 years old
and 10 to 12 years old.
The return of the hog
chase was met with protesters
from the Animal Activists
of Alachua, an animal rights
group in Gainesville.
Alyssa Cohen, president
of the Animal Activists of
Alachua, said she and about
10'others plan to protest at this


Latino film festival comes to Alachua Branch Library


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within the city limits ofArcher.
* The arrangement and
organization of the items at the
Flea Market was done by Bob
and Anna Brown. They worked
tirelessly to make sure items
could be found without searching
through everything there. I
commend the citizens for seeing
a need and addressing that need.
- This is proof that we can
-accomplish anything if we work
together.
Commissioner Roberta
Lopez
City of Archer







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/High Springs candidates


attend to honor these brave men,
but I was completely unaware
of this event. After talking with
some of the other candidates thev
were left in the dark as well. I
even spoke with a few current
commissioners, and yep....you
guessed it...they were clueless
too!
So why all the secrecy?
Why was this event kept
hidden from the public. It wasn't
in the newspaper. It wasn't on
the city website. It wasn't on the
city calendar It wasn't on the -
spig art tras nowhere forethey
public to see.
I would have dropped
everything to have..honored the
men who everyday selflessly risk
theirlivesforours.ButIwasnever
given the opportunity. Instead I
have to learn about this ceremony
from pictures on another
candidate's website, where he
has the audacity to say "Tonight
at*City'Hall, there were only two
candidates running for election at
dxis ceremony."
So why did the Mayor and
this one candidate have the
pleasure of attending the event
but the rest of the community is
left in the dark?
Simple. It was a political
mote. They want to appear to
be the only ones who support
our firefighters. How else can
you explain an ordinary citizen
getting privileged information
not even an elected, sitting
commissioner does not have?
I don't know about the rest


of yoy, but I find this move
sickening. Jim Gabriel and Ross
Ambrose are using our heroic
firefighters as pawns in their
attempt to be re-elected and
elected, respectively. How dare
these two men make a mockery
of my city fim department.
As a citizen of this great city,
I condemn their actions and hope
others will do the same.
I hope all of you, the
community, sees throtagh this
blatant act of prostitution of our
-hard working Trrefi (teri ,and
W ilies and sq this act for
the pubbeity stunt they made of
it; and don't forget.it when you
step ipto the voting booth this
Noverkber.
EricMay
High Springs

Citizens of Archer ,
offer help to recreation
program
The citizens of Archer
decided it is time for them to
step up to the plate and help the
Archer Recreation Program. Sara
Branton, a long-time resident
who has volunteered many hours
,-toward the betterment of Archer
decided to have a Flea Market.
.
Many of the stems came from
residents throughout Alachua
County. She was able to pull
together a number of volunteers
and they never stopped working
to make the event successful.
The committee raised $1,459 for
scholarships to help the children


years.
All debates aside, we now
e vah an additional three rankin


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g
ceremony
firefigbrersoneofwhomisalways
I have been getting on duty. I have tremendous
the feeling lately that respect for our firefighters, they
certain boundaries, meant not
turn impossible situations into
to. be crossed, have had bridges
lifesaving opportunities. They
erected over them so certain
have far more courage then I ever
candidates can cross freely I
hope to have. If someone told me
don't want to get into a name
to go run into a burning building
calling fest nor into a mudslinging
I would probably just start crying
contest. As another candidate
from fear!
,always advises me, every time
This brings me to my
you throw mud you loose a little
point So when and how were
ground you're stonsfing on. With these three brave men cofittergaff
'that being said, I feel there is a
from outstanding firefighters into
ofrtain issueb w:Iiich may be of
outstanding leaders? Well, if you
, portpncetoyotsth ad followany of the candidates'
As? inby of Job websigs you probably already
Commission a oved the .
know the answer to this


question. But if not. follow me
down this brief rabbit trail. I
think these brate men and their
families attended a ,ceremony
where they were badgedd" with
fellow gold badges replacing the
ordinary white gold ones. I think
they were presented with helmets
bearing the name "Lieutenant". 1
think speeches were given by
Chief Riggall, City Miager Jim
Drumm, and Mayor Jim Gabnel.
I think another candidate, Ross
Ambrose, was in attendance as
well.
In case you didn't notice,- I
started those last three sentences
with I think. The truth is. I am
guessmg at these facts because
I was not in attendance this past
Monday when the ceremony
took place. I would have loved to


recent budget for FY2009-
.2010 by a 3-2 vote. Included
,in this budget was additional
sliding for the creation of
hree lieutenant positions. This
stem was debated amongst the
Commission, with the majority
.of those on the dais being m
.favor of it. While I do agree with
.Commissioner Shupe s many
,suggested cuts, this is probably
the one I had to disagree with
ber on; I felt the department
was really in need of ranking
officers on every shift; it just
made sense to me and the cost
was fairly reasonable for doing
so. I would, however, hate
probably supported spreading
the creation of these positions
and the purchase of the thermal
cameras) over two or more


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Lascivious Morestation, under off the streets; but now the victan can
tonda Statute 800.04 (5b),'which is a again feel safe'and is one step closer
ife Felohy, or punishable by a term of to justice," said APD Detective Carrie
imprisonment not exceeding 40 years. Lund.
1( sworn complaint was filed with the The 51-year-old Blankenship had
state attorney's office by the victim been a photographer workii1g freelance
said the molestation took place in and at the University of Florida and
008. living in Alachua but relocated to
The Alachua Police Department Chipley, Fla. earlier this year.
D) received the victim's complaint Blankenship's warrant holds a
, out Blankenship on April 15, 2009. $100,000 bond. He was booked into the
"Although these cases are difficult to Alachua County Jail 1)ct.5 .after being
investigate and can be time consuming, extradited from Washington County.
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that the county would not birdge on its subsidy.
"There were three members who were not
initially in favor of the contract," she said..
"Since theti, twli of those council members
have changed their minds."
I .
Only one council member voted against
the proposal, which dropped the LaCrosse Fire
Departments funding.to around $119,000 this
fiscal.year.
Dubberly said the new budget leaves the
town with few options.
"The employment requirements have been
reduced from last year," she said. "There are
going to be some staffing reductions here, yes."
Council member Winton Dampier said he
was unsure exactly where the cuts would be
made, but reiterated that LaCrosse would need
to tighten its financial belt.


"We ended up taking the cuts, but we don't
want to see any employees lose their jobs," he
said. "Unfortunately, we're back at square one
in terms offinancing the department."
The Town of LaCrosse was asked by
the county in February to adopt a Municipal
Service Taxing Unit (MSTU), conceding all
fire services to Alachua County, A MSTU is
a tax incurred by city residents to help pay
for county-run services within city limits.
However, town council members struck down
the proposal in a 3-1 vote.
Dubberly said future meetings between the
town council and LaCrosse Fire Chief Danny
Hines would determine the extent of the cuts.
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were encouraged to judge th
vote for the "People's Choic
"This is a tough job," Mc
The judges based their de
aroma, texture and flavor.
The "People's Choice" a
the Ol' Hickory House BBQ.
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ear's cook-off, though people ..Lucy's BBQ, wds the fourth team led by Conney "Everybody had a good time," said Barbara Hendrix
e contestants themselves and Scott. The team was named in memory of a deceased Prograift Manager ofthe Main Street Organization.
e" award. grandmother. All proceeds from the festival are going to the
Gowian said. ''I still feel good," Scott said after being informed of restoration of the historic Kindcaid Building where the
vision on overall presentation, the judges' decision. Newberry Main Street Organization hopes, to olien a
The festival, celebrating its third year, was put on by museum.
ward went to Mark Davis and Newberry's Main Street Organization and included 48 # # #
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PUBLIC NOTICE .
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT

OF ORDINANCE
OF THE CITY OF
ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City of Alachua City Commission 11 hold
a public hearing on a proposed ordinance on
October 19. 2009 at 7:00 p.m. The hearing will be
held in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, at
15100 NW 142nd Terrace. AlacbualFlorida. .

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 09 28

ANORDINANCEOFTHECITYOFALACHUA,
FLORIDA: PRO1TDING A SCHEDULE OF
FEES FOR SHORT TERM RENTAL OF
CITY OWNED FACULTIES; GRANTING

E LOO nAN MOLI A ON EESR F"'
RENTAL OF CITY OWNID FACULTIES;
GRANTING AUTHORITY TO CITY
1LIANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO WAIVE SUCH
FEES; ALLOWING FEE SCHEDULE TO BE
AMENDED BY RESOLUTION; PROVIDING
FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

At the public hearing, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with res ect to the proposed
ordinaCbCopies o the od ordv ae tf

public' inspection at the Office of the City Clerk,
15100 NW 142nd Terrace, on any regular business
day between the hours.of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the
Thursday prior to the City Commission meeting.
Written comments on the proposed ordinance may
be sent to the following address: City ofAlachua,
Executive Department, P.O. Box 9,, Alachua, FL
32616. Notice is given pursuant to Section.286.0105,
Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal any decision
made at these public hearings, you will need to ensure
that a verbatim record is made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities Act.any persons with
a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in
order to participate in this meeting should call the
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prior to the public hearing.
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ALACHUA, FLORIDA

The City ofAlachua City Commissioil will hold
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October 19, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. The bearing willbe
held in the Commission Chambers of City Hall,
at 15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida.

The ordinance title is as follows:

ORDINANCE 09 27

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
ALACHUA FLORIDA* AMENDING
'
ORDINANCE NUMBER O-86-15

(ERCT OGN TO FINE ROLE
THE PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD
AND CONFORM THE ISSUANCE OF
SPECIALEVENTPERMITSTOEXISTING
REQUIREMENTS UNDER ..CURRENT
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS.

At the public hearing, all interested parties maya
appear and be heard with respect to the proposed
ordinance.. Copies of the proposed ordinance,
the Staff Report, and related materials are
available for public inspection at the Office of
the City Clerk, 15100 NW 142pd Terrace, on
any regular business day between the hours of
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Thursday prior to the
City Commission meeting. Written comments
on the proposed ordinance may be sent
to the following address: City of Alachua,
Recreation Department, P.O. Box 9, Alachua,
FL 32616. Notice is given pursuant to Section
286.0105, Florida Statutes, that in order to appeal
any decision made at these public hearings, you.
will .need to ensure that a verbatim record is
made. III accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any persons with a disability
,quiring reasonable accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting should call the City
Clerk at (386J 418-6100 x 101 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearnig.
(Published: Alachua County Today October 08, 2009)


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High Springs FFA Chapter


Gimp Kulaqua retreat
By GREGORY KILLER
High Springs Chapter, FFA Reporter .
Specialty Alachua County Todays
HIGH SPRINGS The High
Springs FFAChapterheldits 3rdAnnual
apterCh Retreat ht Camp Kula(just
Sent. 17 and 18 with 35 members


on Sept. 17, FFA.
inembers and
After school
officers met at
Camp Kulaqua at
4:30 pm. In a heavy
Killer downpour, we went
to our cabins and
unpacked while
rain seemed to flood the whole camp
We piled in cars and drove to the
Aframebuildingtobeginactivitiesand
were greeted by FFA Advisor Brent
Douglas and listened to a speech by
FFA President Don Patterson. Santa
Fe High School FFA officers Himnah

Ggr u th m reCa rs1t h
everyone get to know each other better.
Plans for a cookout were cancelled
due to the weather, with ham and
turkey sandwiches offered instead.
With dinner over, we sloshed in the
rainto the gym, where we played more
gambs, such as turning over a plastic
tarp without stepping off the tarp, to
build teamwork skills. The games
originated from the creative mind of
ourFFAchaptersentinelChrisTatum.
Later, we moved back to the


trainingeca retea atanu gampY Kulqu rceity


A-frame building to watch the movie
"Rudy." This fihn was chosen because
it shows leadership, determination, and
offers encouragement to not let anyone
tell you.that you can't be successful
.The movie ended about 11 p.m., and
after our fill of popcorn, we walked
back to otir lodges and went to sleep
in our bunks.
The next morning the rain finally
o shaesgoo bre ast o
heard from two of our Florida FFA
Association State Officers, Caitlyn
Prichard of the Chiplay FFA chapter
and Austin Gibson from the Baker Sr
FFA chapter.
Caitlyi'x and Austin led the gfoup
in two leadership sessions. We learned
about service, and how to set goals
for the future. One service project
d2cussed was a sock project, where
\ve would collect socks around the
school campus fof the needy.


After the workshops, we ate grilled
hamburgers and hot dogs for lunch,
and headed over to the spring, or
swimming hole, and swarn for about
two hours on the "blob." The blob is
a giant floating inflated tube. When
a person jumps on one side, a person
on the other side goesoaring mto the
air and then into the water below. We
also dove offthe diving board and just
sw aroomd in the cold, refreshing
The Chapter Retreat was a great
experience for all of the FFAmembers.
We got to know each other and made
some new friends. We learned some
leadership skills, and were encouraged
to never let roadblocks .stand in our
way. We looked forward to our next
event, the Chapter Officer Leadersinp
Training Conference in Lake City on
Sept. 25.
# # #


filling in on an interim basis.
There are numerous
issues facing the city right
now, Glanzer said. The
much anticipated sewer
system, and the recreational
program were ones that he
specifically ntioned.Mat
commissioners want. I
know what they're trying
to achieve," he said. "It's


gomg to be a challenge:"
A ceremony welcoming
Glanzer as the new city
manager ivill be held. Oct
8 at 4 p.m at Archer City
Hall. .
# #
al t m


By GABRIELA IZARRA
Today Reporter
ARCHER The search
for a ne ager in
to an end Motiday
when former
Netrberry Mayor
John Glanzer was
officially approved
to fill the serion.
He p began or,,,.,
working : as
Archer's new city manager
on Tuef IPthat I had some
skill set that I could bring to


Archer and hopefully help
them progress in their city,"
he said
Glanzer had applied
or the jol>, and went
through an interview
and approval process
fore securing the
He had been a
commissioner in te
city of Newberry or
18 years, and mayor
r more in our.m
different city managers
slice 2001, most' recently
Ruth Henderson who was


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A8 ALACHUA COUNTY TODAY LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 08, 2009


'Fantastk Weekend at Thornebrook Art Festival


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the treats for sale at the festival.
Eixtertainment, food vendors and
nonprofit organization booths were
scattered among the artists.
The GFAA has been around for
more than 80 ears and regularly
puts on shows, festivals and exhibits
for its inembers and the Gainesville
community.
# # #
Email gizarra@alachualoday.com


set up kiosks throughout the shopping
center. They displayed and sold artwork
of all kinds including ceramics, glass,
jewelry, painting, photography and
woodwork
Good weather and significant sales
allowed for a fantastic weekend, said
Lyn White, Director of the Art Festival
Committee.
Homemade cookies, kettle corn
and crab cakes were only a few of


By GABRIELA IZARRA
Today Reporter
GAINESVILLE About 35,000
people turned out this weekend
at the 25th annual Art Festival at
Thornebrook Village, sponsored by
the Gainesville Fine Arts Association
(GFAA). -
More than 130 artists from Florida'
Georgia and even as far as New York


=Awarded Artists, 2009 GFAA Art Festival at Thornebrook


Type of Art
Ceramics
Jewelry
.xtiles
Painting
Wood
Painting
Wood
Mixed Media


City
Gainesville
Weela Wachee

High Springs
Dunnellon
Gainest ille
Alachua
Gainesville


Award
Best in Show
Awards of Excellence
Awards of Distinction
Awards of Merit

Judges' Choice


. Name
Steve Howell
Marilyn Vaillancourt
aC Caffery
Diana Fava
Barrie J. Harding
Miriam Nolack
Susan Stanley
Jacquelyne Collett


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GABRIELi lZ lRRA 4/a. hua Cours lbJai
Steve Howell, a Gainesville artists, won Best in Show
at the 2009 GFAA Art Festival at Thornebrook for his
ceramics.


our small town flavor, but we Serino-said city manager "The goal would be for
are also still able to oifer a has always been a career goal another city to look and cal
quality of life with jobs, food for her, and she felt it was the you up and say, 'hey,,how'd
and services her locally?" natural progression for her you do that.'"
Chapman said, "I would career. How should we
urge you to look to the city Strengths and Weaknesses remember you?
of Alachua and how Alachua Chapman said, "I can be What is the most
has eilgaged in what I pretty stubborn. Sometimes important thing for the
consider very smart growth." that's a really good thing commission to remember
Smyth said, "We because you can get things about you?
have to have community done, but sometimes that's a Chapman said she wanted
involvement. If we have really bad thing." She added, the commission to remember
community involvement and "I follow through with what I the bad shape the city was ni
they tell us where they want say I'm going to do." vhen she tooll oler as interim
to go and what they want to Smyth said weaknesses city manager and liow much
see when we get there, then one day can be a strength better it is now.
that's our roadmap." the next day and vice versa. Smyth said. "I'm noy
Serino said the small He also added that he has a going to be, one of those
businesses need to be tendency to over-talk a point. people you're not gomg to
prominent in the chainber, Seriigo said her strength ihid hiding in the office. I'm
and the city needs to have a was public slicaking and ohly in the office as long as
relationship with the county communicating with the I need to be to there to db the
while keeping businesses in community. things that Ineed to happen iti
town. Long-term plans? the ofHee."
"Pd definitely go for Chapman said, "What Other than that, Smyth
small businesses since york I'd like to while I'in here is said, I'd rather be out and
are a small town and you fmish getting the building about interacting with people
want people tobe employed." blocks itiplace." doing what it takes to get
Why Hawthorne? Smyth said he plans the job done and make this
Commissioner DeLoris to earn the respect of the community grow, thrive and
Roberts asked, "What commission and wants to prosper.
attracted you to this job?" keep doing the job --until the Serinosaid she wanted the
Chapman said sheTelt.it five peorde who hired me are commission to remember her
was important for her to finish rired of he and tell me go to long history as government
the proiepts that'she started as seek ediploymEni elsewhere. 9$oyee starnng WillyikahSN
interim city manager. I'm hoping that will be a first job at 18 years old.
Smythsaidhe was excited pretty long time." # # # 1
about opportunity to get back Serino said she wanted Email aaustinia
to my roots and working with to make Hawthorne into a alachuatoday.com
a community. model for other cities.


asked each candidate a series
of questions prepared by Ibe
city manager panel and the
interim city attorney. Each
commissioner then lyad the
opportunity to ask a fbw
questions each.
TheRev.EugeneHerring,
who served as chairman of
the city manager panel, said
each candidate was asked the
same questions to keep the
process umform and fair.


The questions dealt with
experience. goals, knowledge
of the city and personal
character
The commissioziplans to
select the pew city manager
at the commission meeting
onOct,20.
Significant issues resolved
Randall asked the
candidates What were some
of the most significant city
or county issues they had
resolved.
Chapman said the
most significant issues she
resolved were this year's eity
budget and negotiating the
fim contract allowing the city
to keep the fate station and
The equipment worth about
$500,000.
Smyth : said re-
establishing an emergency
plan and creating an enhanced
911 dispatch system were
his most significant issues
resolved.
Serino said acquiring a
federal grant and zoning for
the Lisa Merlin blouse and
setting up a social services
center in Deltona were her
greatest issues resolved.
Growth 19. small toldit
flavor
Commissioner Matthew
Currency asked, "How would
you advise us as a city to
grow so that we do not lose


By ALEX AUSTIN
Today Reporter
HAWTHORNE The
Hawthorne Commission
interviewed the fmal three
candidates for er
city manag
Monday Je y N

the race, leaving Lori Serino,
Edward Smy@ La Interim
-City Manager Rice
Chapman. Ele Randall
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Internet Safety, Identity
Theft, Security Surveys or
Personal Safety? October
is the perfect time to
renew your prevention
commitment. For more
information or to schedule
a speaker, call the Crime
Prevention section at
352-367-4043.


At a time when our
economy and financial
systems continue to be
troubled, October gives
us a chance to re-commit
to preventing crime. In
1984, the National Crime
Prevention Council
designated October as
Crime Prevention Month
so communities could
2 focusonpreventionissues.


Now is the perfect tirph for citizens actively involved
your block, neighborhood in their communities
or community to stand up provides another set of
and take air active role in eyes and ears to assist law
decreasing crime. enforcement in stopping
Crime prevention is crime. Let's work together
most successful when to make neighborhoods
citizens get involved. and communities safer. *
Prevention starts in the If you would like to
home, but extends to your establish a Neighborhood
everyday travels, as well as Watch or re-activate
to the workplace. Having your neighborhood this


Aikif -
Lee
Greene
White Male,
11/29/88
5'O9",
175 lbs
Arown Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Felony Criminal
Mischief


James
Preston
Barker
White Male,
09/19/80
6'01",
215 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Hazel Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Violation of
Pretrial
Release/
Domestic
Violence,
Assault


testih?
Bryant
Black
Female, 5'9"
9710/61
lilack Hair,
Brown Eyes
-
Currently
wanted for:
Battery,
Possession of
Cannabis less
therf20 Grams


Reginald
Tyrone
Stewart
Black Male,
10/02/1991
5'8", 150 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes

Currently
wanted for:
VOP Sale of
Cocaine (4
Counts), VOP -
Possession of
Cocaine (5
Counts)

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Freddie
Edwards
Black Male,
6/20/1983
5'07",
213 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
VOP Felony
Driving While
License
Suspended/
Revoked, VOP
- Battery *


Eric Shirone
Thompson
Black Male,
10/22/1977
5'7", 145 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Possession of
istri-
bution of Co-
caine w/ithirs
1000 feet of a
School (2
@ o 6 asi
with the Intent
to Sell


Khandor
Chandler
Black Male,
@/22/1977
5'11",'
235 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
VOP Posses-
sion of a Weap-
on by 6 Convict-
n, Pq--
caine (M
counts), VOP _
Sale of Marijua-
na (two counts)


James
Raymond
Henning
White Male,
09/19/86
5'11",
220 Ibs
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Fraudulent use
of Credit
Cards, Petit
Theft


Allen
Jenkins
Black Male,
10/6/1972
6'O2",
175 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Escape


Bernard
Carter
Black Male,
08/i2/74
6'00",
180 Ibs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
\
Currently
wanted for:
Battery


Emil Cloud
White Male,
6', 8/10/88
Brown Hair,
Blue Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Carrying a
Concealed
Weapon


Carl Mcquay
, Black Male,
6'1", 6/6/58
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Battery,.Petit
Theft


Pedro Peace
Black Male,
5'9",
9/10/61
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Passing an
Altered Bank
Bill


Kevin
Hankison
Black Male,
6/16/1985
5'07",
140 lbs
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
VOP Battery


Donald
Scott
Black Male,
5'8",
3/7/1986
Black Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Felony
Counterfeiting


Kyla Morris
White
Female,
5'6",
3/11/1986
Brown Hair,
Brown Eyes
Currently
wanted for:
Felony Fraud


Review the pictures above. If you know the location of any of these wanted
individuals, please contact the Combined Communications Center at
352-955-1818 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 352-372-STOP.
Callers are eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.
DO NOT APPROACH OR ATTEMPT TO APPREHEND ANY OF THESE INDIVIDUALS.
IF NECESSARY, CALL 911.


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BibleCW h .9-30am.

Evening Worship 6 pno
Wednesday Bible Classes 7 p.n1.,
highspringscofo@alltel.net
Pastor:CoriLewis *(386)454-2930

New0akGroveBaptistChurch
Sunday School10 a.m.,
Worship 11 a.m., Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal 6 p.m.
Bible Study 7 p.m.
RAs, GAs & Students 7 p.m.
Nursery Provided
Terry Elixson, Jr., Pastor
386-462-3390 18100NW262Avenue


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One Block east of Main Street in Alachua


Sunday 9:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Worship *
Wednesday: 6 7:30 p.m. Children's Ministries, Youth Activities
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First Presbyterian First United Methodist
Church of Alat*hua Chairch of Alarbua
. Rev.virginialvldDaniel, Pastor 14805 NW 140th Street 462-2443
14623 NW 140 Street PasIor Dr. Adam Zele
(386) 462-1549 JeffVanVale>. Yomb & Children's Minister
Sunday School9 a.m Worship Worship, 10:45 a.m.
Service 10:30 a.m. Nursery pmvided. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
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Alachua church of Christ
14505 NW 145th Avenue .
Srioday Bibl4 Classes 9:30 a.m.
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Evening Service 5:30 p.m.
Wedne ble Class 0 p.m.

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14950Rd th IP 4 441
Alachua32616
386.462.2732(church)386.462.4396(Fax)
Email: stlukeamechurch@windstream.net
Moming Worship: 11 a.m.;
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are many more; remember
that these gifts are given to
us to glorify God. So if you
can play beautiful music,
couldn't that be considered
a gift? What about having
compassionforothers? Or
making something with
your hands? Couldn't all of
these be considered gifts that
glorify God? In reference
to this,.I thinkabout Tiow,
in the Old Testament, God
gave certain Jews talents to
make items for the Temple
or to make music. All those
.gifts were-given to Glorify
God.
We need to understand
that these God-given gifts
mirstbeusedwithreverence,
care and diligence. The
gifscanbeusedforgood,
but if corrupted, they can
do harm we are held
accountable for the use
of our gifts. The time is
growing short for these
gifts to be used-the day
of reckoning is coming.
We have all received a gift
from God. You've heard
the phrase' "To every man
his work;" and, never has
work been givey without a
gift for the work.
The choice of our


gifts
doesn't abase or dishonor Him.
with (John 16:14) The supreme
ith us goal of our spiritual gifts
what is ."that Christ may be
. We glorified." They came froni
r gift God and they are still ill
another the hands of God, various
plain but unified in the One who
at our gave them and the One who
That directs their use.
g the When spiritual gifts
diless are used correctly, God
Lord; works through us-we are
and as channels that the Divine
Holy power runs through. In the
every third verse of the Epistle,
will. we see how powerless we
fully are apart from God, "No
and man can say that Jesus is
We the Lord, but by [or 'in']
urmur the Holy Ghost." We may
to be use the words,.but we can't
feel their power, receive
there their thith, or be an effective
f the ivitness to Christ, apart from
from the Holy Spirit. In light of
ed by this knowledge, spiritual
rist (1 gifts should be seen as noble
Unless, and precious! We must
es, to be careful not tolesist the
nor of workii1g of God through us!
nuine. And remember that le uses
they're the smaller gifts, as yrell as
and the larger, sometimes using
Holy the smaller gifts more.
as sent # # #
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spiritual gifts d
rest with us, it rests
God. What rests w
is correctly using
we .have been given
aren't to look at ou
and compare it to a
Christian's then co
because we think th
gift isn't as good.
would be questioning
wisdom and the goo
of God. We aren't the
we are His servants,
Shint Paul tells us, the
Spirit "divideth to
man severally as he
We need to than
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many different
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family would watch after middle of the river, a cabin most every boy dreamed of out, there would be no steam
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brodiers. Mr. LePage thanked father. He Introduced himself Finally, as Toby stood grounded. The job was very 1
hi-.neighbor for the ride and as Mike and said he would quietly beside his father, important, Make said, but he
for watching over the family. show them where they would Captain Bill turned and also said there would be time
Mr. Johnston'5 Wagon was sleep. looked at him. The captain to enjoy the ride and explore
barely out of sight when Toby Mr. LePage carried their smiled and welcomed him on the ship.
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bolted down his back. He followed Mike to a small say thanks. lob since he worked with
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on a steamboat. nailed on the walls. There in the lead, father and son in fact, he was eager togo
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pulled up near shore. foby, two beds. Toby's Father pur his first riverboat ride.
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Some of the passengers even would take them to meet the
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