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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
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Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
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Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: February 14, 2007
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'Vandy' transfers
After a decade of fits
and starts, the plan to sink
the Itandenberg has taken
a huge step. as the U.S.
Maritime Administration
has transferred ownership
of the 520-foot former
military ship to the state.
which will in turn hand it
over to Key West. See
stor), Page 9.

'New' Stretch
The first portion of the
new 18-Mile Stretch opens
this week. but be prepared
for overnight delays while
the work.is completed. See
story. Page 4.

Four in running
Four Keys w wrestlers.
two from Coral Shores and
t\.o from Key West. are
heading to the state meet
in hopes of bringing home
championships. See sto-
ries. Page 25.

Wyland's done
Wvland completes his
95th Whaling Wal and the
massive four-story mural
w rapping all sides of the
Key Largo building now
greets visitors in the
biggest way possible. See
photos. Page 16.

Rod Benders Club
Middle Keys youths not
yet exposed to fishing in
their young lives get a
helping hand from tw o
men who see that as
inconceivable in the Keys.
See column. Page 31.




Business ... ...... ... 14
Clossifieds .. ..... .35
Crossword .... ..... .13
Fishing ... . ........ 32
Living .. 16
Obituaries ...... .13
Opinion .. .. ...6
Sports/Outdoors .25


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It's culmination
of years of work
to resume service
By DAVID BALL
dball@keynoter.com


Keys officials are likely busy
today preparing for the celebra-
tion that will accompany the
return of commercial airline
service to Florida Keys
Marathon Airport with the
expected arrival of Delta flight
4719 from Atlanta at 12:35 p.m.
Thursday.
Officials plan to spray fire
hoses over the plane as it taxis
down the runway.
A steel-drum musician will
jam in the terminal shortly after.
Representatives from local
offices to the U.S. House will
make congratulatory speeches
and toast success.
This comes after years of
planning, securing a federal
grant (after two years of failed
attempts) and soliciting nearly
$350,000 in community dona-
tions landed the first commercial
flights in Marathon since 2000


See AIRLINE / 8


President


jumps ri


Enrollment
and technology
to be priorities
By CHRISTINE BRADEN
cbraden@keynoter.com

Though contract negotiations
have just begun, Jill Landesberg-
Boyle is excited at the prospect of
leading Florida Keys Community
College as its new president.
"When I look at the Florida
Keys Community College, I see a
lot of opportunity," Landesberg-
Boyle, now vice president for stu-


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Keynoter photo by DAVID BALL
U.S. Rep. John Mica and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen join county Mayor Mario Di Gennaro and other
officials Monday for a final walk-through of Florida Keys Marathon Airport before arrival of the
Delta flight on Thursday that will be the first commercial airline flight into Marathon since 2000.




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dent affairs at the Pennsylvania
College of Technology in
Williamsport, Pa., told the
Keynoter.
It's that enthusiasm as well as
her experience with innovative
ideas that could bring
Landesberg-Boyle to FKCC.
At the Pennsylvania College
of Technology, which employs
nearly 2,000, people, a serious
decline in the timbering industry
- similar to the Keys' decline in
its tourism and fishing industries


See COLLEGE / 2


Rest of the week
is looking good,
but weekend wet
By CHRISTINE BRADEN
cbraden@keynoter.com

The past several days have
made it seem Keys residents
would need to build an ark to
survive the rainfall.
But things are looking
brighter and cooler for the com-
ing days, according to the
National Weather Service in
Key West.
"The weather that we've had


the last couple days has ended,
at least for now," said Jim Lee, a
meteorologist at the Weather
Service on White Street.
Despite large amounts of rain
throughout the Keys and espe-
cially in the Middle and Upper
Keys Monday, Lee said no actu-
al records had been broken in
either Marathon or Key West,
where the Weather Service is
able to judge past history with
new recordings.
"We did have an extraordi-
nary amount of rainfall in Long


See WEATHER / 2


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Keys News


PREDICTED TEMPERATURES


DATE
WED.
THURS.
FRI.
SAT.


Forecast: Expect partly
cloudy skies with low tem-
peratures dropping into
the low 50s by Friday.




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Flanking Jill Landesberg-Boyle (center) are (from left) Don Mauk, husband of college Finance
Vice President Jean Mauk; Joan Campion, enrollment services specialist; and Juliana
Waldrop, director of publications and media.


Contract negotiations begin


COLLEGE /From 1

- was impacting the economy
and population of Williamsport
and Lycoming County.
The school changed its course
by instituting workforce develop-
ment programs and state initia-
tives to bring technological
advances to local businesses,
according to its 2005-06 annual
report.
Landesberg-Boyle hopes to
apply some of those same inno-
vative principles at FKCC, which
employs around 185 people.
"I would like to connect with
the local industry and work in
conjunction with state initia-
tives," she said. "But first I need
to get my feet on the ground so
that I can get a better feel for
what the needs of the local com-
munity and the state are."
Already, Landesberg-Boyle
has somewhat of a feel for the
school and community.
In October, she went through
the process of what it would take
to enroll at FKCC as a student,
though she did not actually
enroll. The process, she said, is
not as streamlined as it could be
and suggested the school allow
students to apply online.
"Students today are very tech
savvy," she said. "They want
instant responses, they want to
network on line, they want to be
entertained and they want to be
educated."
Several weeks prior to her
interview with the board of
trustees, Landesberg-Boyle deep-
ened her understanding of FKCC
and the Keys by traveling to Key
West.


"I wanted to get a real feel for
what is happening here by having
that anonymity," she said.
Right off the bat, she said her
major focuses would be
increased enrollment, community
outreach, development of finan-
cial resources and strengthening
the education of the students.
To do that "will take lots of
independent initiative and leader-
ship," said Landesberg-Boyle,
who sees a need for the school to
partner with local industry.
"We're going to need to pull peo-
ple [from the school and commu-
nity] together and take a hard
look at the future of this institu-
tion,"
If she chooses to accept a con-
tract with FKCC, Landesberg-
Boyie will move to the Keys with
her husband, Vincent, and 6-year-
old twins Joshua and Aliyah.
The FKCC board named
Landesberg-Boyle its top choice
after completing a marathon
weekend of interviews in which


board members met with the fir'!
six candidates out of more than
60 who applied. Outgoing
President William Seeker is retir-
ing in June.
"Dr. Landesberg-Boyle was
definitely impressive," Chair-
woman Carey Goodman said.
"The woman did her work. She
knows what's going. on here."
"She knocked my socks off,"
member Ann Henderson said,
noting how well-prepared
Landesberg-Boyle was for her
interview. "She really seems to
want this job."
Board member Ed Scales said
he was "enchanted with her."
And Brian Schmitt agreed, "She
did an amazing amount of work
for her presentation to us."
Unanimously, the board gave
Goodman and its attorney, Buck
DeVane, approval to negotiate a
contract. The board previously
set its parameters at $175,000
annually including benefits and a
housing allowance.


Back to normal


WEATHER / From 1

Key State Park," he said, noting
that 9.35 inches were recorded by
automated rain gauges that are
placed throughout the Keys. "The
bulk of that fell within a two- to
three- hour time period [on
Monday]."
Also Monday, the Weather
Service recorded 1.63 inches of
rainfall in Key Largo, 2.2 inches
on Grassy Key, 3.41 inches in
Tavernier,, 1.6 ,inches, at Florida


Keys Marathon Airport and 0.32
inches in Key West. On Duck
Key, former county Senior Emer-
gency Management Director
Billy Wagner recorded 5.6 inches.
"The weather will get back to
more normal Keys weather for
this time of year at least for the
short term," said Lee.
Temperatures in the 70s and
partly cloudy skies are expected
until Friday, when temperatures
will again dip into the low-60s
with the arrival of more rain
through the weekend.


Briefs


Parking restricted
at Clinton Square

Key West police have
restricted parking on Greene,
Front and Whitehead streets
at Clinton Square from 7 a.m.
to 11 a.m. seven days a week
for pedestrian safety and to
improve traffic flow in the
area, police said this week.
Vehicles parked there will
be subject to ticketing and
towing.

Thousands worth
of GPS units stolen

Monroe County Sheriff's
Office detectives are investi-
gating the theft of nine high-
end GPS units over the past
two weeks.
The global positioning
satellite systems were taken
from boats in the Upper Keys
between Jan. 26 and Feb. 9,
Deputy Becky Herrin said.
Of those nine, six were taken
from the same location, the
Mangrove Marina in
Tavemier.
The units are each valued
at between $2,500 and
$3,500.
Owners of any kind of
GPS or other electronics on a
boat should take steps to
secure them. If the GPS can-
not easily be removed and is
a built-in unit, try installing a
lock bar across the face, or try
altering the screws that hold
the unit to make them more
difficult to remove.




Keys beaches are test-
ed weekly for fecal col-
iform and enterococcus,
both fecal-based bacte-
ria. There are no beaches
with current health advi-
sories or warnings against
swimming.



Deputy Editor
Jessica Machetta and
Jay Gogin, ceramics
instructor at Florida Keys
Community College, on
the annual Mud Pi dinner
and exhibit Feb. 18.

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Keys News


Wednesday, February 14, 2007 3


Tomak ready to start


Nursing chief
comes on board
late February
Keynoter Staff

Staff and students at Florida
Keys Community College are
welcoming Michael Tomak back
to the Florida community college
system as its new director of
nursing.
Tomak, who formerly served
as assistant professor of nursing
at Miami-Dade College, joins the
Keys nursing program Feb. 26.
"Change is sometimes neces-
sary," he said, referring to recent
turnover in the nursing depart-
ment. "Change is coming, but I
have hopes that it will be a good


change."
Top of the
priority list for
Tomak is a
push to get
SF K C C
National
League for
Nursing
accredited.
TOMAK Persunally, he
is working on obtaining his Ph.D
through Walden University.
The road leading up to the
arrival of Tomak, who will make
$84,000 annually, has been rough
for the college, as he is the third
FKCC nursing program director
in less than two years.
Turmoil within the department
began with the job reclassifica-


tion of then-Director Coleen
Dooley in spring 2005; she sub-
sequently resigned.
Her replacement, Dr. Juli
Daniels, also resigned. That res-
ignation took effect Dec. 31.


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Part of 'new'

Stretch opening


Expect delays
throughout week
for ongoing work
Keynoter Staff

One lane of U.S. 1 on the 18-
Mile Stretch will close
overnight through the rest of
this week.
The closings, which run from
8 p.m. to 5 a.m. through Friday,
allow contractors to prepare a
new road surface for traffic.
When the work is complete,
said project spokeswoman Patti
Jones, northbound traffic will
use about two miles of the new
pavement from mile marker 108
to marker 110 the first com-
pleted section of the widening
to carry vehicles.
The new road lies to the east
of the existing road.
"The lane closure is neces-
sary to pave transition to the
new pavement from the current
roadway," Jones said.
The closure of the lane for
paving and striping will cause
delays on the Stretch for night
traffic. Flaggers will alternate
southbound and northbound
traffic onto the single open lane.
"Motorists might experience
delays of up to 10 minutes dur-


ing the closures," Jones said.
"They can use Card Sound
Road as an alternate route, but
must pay the standard toll."
Jones reminded drivers that
construction zone speed limits
are 35 mph from mile marker
106 to 108. and 45 mph from
marker 108 to 116.


K ,-<; briefs


Police hold monthly
meeting Thursday night

The Key West Police
Department holds another
District 6 neighborhood meeting
this week, to be held at 6 p.m.
Thursday in the nutrition center
adjacent to the Frederick
Douglass Gym on Olivia Street.
Part of the Key West Police
Department's community polic-
ing initiative, the open forum is a
place for locals to talk frankly
with police about their neighbor-
hoods, needs and expectations.
Thursday's focus will be on
the community's concerns about
drug dealers and buyers, and
what steps police are taking to
thwart such behavior.


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4 Wednesday, February 14,2007


Keys News


18-Mile Stretch could get pastel covering


Keynoter Staff -ONO E CO when completed.
When the County Com-
Many say the 18-Mile Stretch aesthetics, but the new, widened mission meets Feb. 21 at the Key
has been nothing but a long open highway linking Key Largo and Largo library, Key Largo resident
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the $270 million widening -
will make a presentation seeking
support to paint the planned
divider between the northbound
and southbound lanes "an aes-
thetically pleasing pastel color ...
instead of the unattractive, dirty
gray cement."
He also wants commission
support to get the state
Department of Transportation to
paint green a planned 8-foot
chain-link fence along one side of
the road rather than use a stan-
dard color such as gray.
Additionally, the words
"Welcome to Key Largo and the
Florida Keys" could be painted
on the southbound entrance to the
Jewfish Creek Bridge, according
to a letter to DOT from the Island
of Key Largo Federation of
Homeowner Associations.
Also on the commission's pre-
liminary agenda for the meeting,
which starts at 9 a.m. at the Key
Largo library:
Approval of a consulting
agreement with former county
Planning Director Marlene
Conaway to provide expert testi-
mony in the case of the Florida
Keys Citizens Coalition vs.
Monroe County. The case


involves a challenge to the new
tier land-mapping system.
The tier system would replace
the rate-of-growth ordinance,
which dictates the number of
building permits issued through
hurricane evacuation times, with
a system in which land is ranked
as buildable or not based on envi-
ronmental matters such as how
much of it is scarified and how
much is native habitat.
County approval of a reso-
lution to work with DOT to pro-
vide $750,000 over three years
for ferry service to Pigeon Key
while the old Seven Mile Bridge
leading to the island is rehabilitat-
ed.
Approval to advertise for
bids to operate the Key Largo
Animal Shelter, and to extend the
Human Animal Care Coalition's
current contract to operate it for
three months so it has time to pre-
pare a bid.
Approval to reappoint Gary
Centonze and Jonathan to three-
year terms on the Contractors
Examining Board.
Discussion of Human
Services Advisory Board funding
for fiscal year 2007-08.


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Keynoter photo by CHRISTINE BRADEN
SAFETY FIRST: Sarah Howald holds her son Anthony
Johnson as Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Mary Jackson
shows Howald and her mother, Shelly, how to properly strap
in a baby seat during Child Passenger Safety Week
Monday at the Key West Publix. The Sheriff's Office will also
set up checkpoints toda at Coral Shores High School and
Thursday at the Key Largo Publix, both from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


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Keys News


Wednesday, February 14, 2007 5


It's official: Fire chief retires


Medical needs
too much for
him to remain
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The chief of Monroe County's
fire-rescue departments plans to
leave the Florida Keys, in need of
a rescue himself.
"If I weren't sick, I wouldn't
be quitting," Chief Clark O.
Martin Jr. said. "The idea is we
need to sell the house and get to a
metropolitan area with more
health-care options."
Martin, the first countywide
chief to oversee the local network
of professional and volunteer
fore-rescue departments, is
undergoing treatment for pancre-
atic cancer that has spread to his
liver.
He resigns effective March 2,
after using his accumulated sick
leave and vacation time.
"The Keys are great but there
is not a large pool of medical spe-
cialists down here," said Martin,
54.
James Callahan will continue
to serve as acting county fire
chief, pending a review of appli-
cations by County Administrator
Tom Willi.
Martin has been traveling


from the Middle Keys to undergo
treatment at the University of
Miami's Sylvester Comp-
rehensive Cancer Care Center.
"I've been involved in a clini-
cal study that's bearing some
good results," Martin said.
Martin believes his disease
may have been caused by expo-
sure to toxic material during his
28-year career as a firefighter in
Fairfax County, Va.
"It's a hazardous environment,
that's why we wear masks," he
said. "The largest organ of the
body is our skin, and you can
absorb a lot of carcinogens,
chemicals and smoke over the
years."
Martin and his family are
looking for a more affordable
area with a major medical center
readily accessible.
"It could be anywhere from
Vero Beach to Georgia, possibly
in the Jacksonville area," he said.
He came to the Keys in 2002
after a three-member panel unan-
imously endorsed his hiring as
the first countywide chief.
About 50 applications were
submitted for the position "to
manage career and volunteer fire-
rescue and emergency medical
service operations in unincorpo-
rated Monroe County."
"It's been like a roller-coaster
ride with its ups and downs,"


Martin said of his local tenure.
"The highs were very high, but
it's been frustrating at times."
"That's why I made the deci-
sion to step away," Martin said.
"The doctors don't know what
my prognosis is it could be
two years or 20 years. Right now
I need I need to focus on getting
well, and not deal with some of
the frustrations of work."
With longtime Keys volunteer
fire-rescue departments having
trouble finding members with the
time to undergo state-mandated
training, the county has had to hire
more professional responders.
Incorporating them into the
volunteer system was part of
Martin's charge.
The county fire-rescue depart-
ment had about 57 full-time
employees when he arrived in
2002, and now has 63.
"We need a lot more staffing
in fire-rescue," Martin said. "We
have a very talented and capable
staff, but they're working their
fingers off."
Martin said he "looks back
with pride" at several accom-
plishments, including the organi-
zation of fire stations outside the
municipalities and Key Largo,
and the acquisition of state-of-
the-art breathing apparatus and
thermal imaging for responders.
"The saddest thing about leav-
ing is I know how much there is
to be accomplished," he said.


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Jury: Deadbeat

dad fled to Keys


He owes $260K,
faces up to 66
years in prison
Associated Press
A man who prosecutors said
walked out on his family 10
years ago and "sailed off into the
sunset" to the Keys on a yacht
was found guilty last week in
West Bend., Wis., of failing to
pay about $261,000 in child sup-
port.
A jury found John L.
Brayshaw, 58, guilty of 18 felony
counts of failure to support a
child. He faces a maximum sen-
tence of 66 years in prison.
The Town of Farmington man
was No. 3 on the state's child-
support scofflaw list as of
November.
His ex-wife said he left her
and their two sons, ages 10 and 8
at the time, in 1996 after.she filed


for divorce. Diane Brayshaw
said the two attempted to recon-
cile in March 1996, but John
Brayshaw apparently purchased
a $63,000 boat in the next two
months and sailed away.
John Brayshaw testified that
he sailed the boat down the
Mississippi River and lived on it
in the Florida Keys for six years.
John Brayshaw was ordered
in 1997 to pay nearly $1,300 per
month in child support.
Brayshaw was earning about
$62,000 a year as a master elec-
trician and borrowed $44,000
when he bought the boat, court
records show.
In Wisconsin, both spouses
are responsible for debts.
"I was ordered to sell our
house to pay for that boat," said
Diane Brayshaw, now of
Grafton.
Sentencing is scheduled for
April 19.


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Wednesday, February 14,2007
KEYNOTER


eys Opinion


Incoming college chief

bringing innovation

If Jill Landesberg-Boyle winds up accepting the contract
offer and taking the president's post at Florida Keys
Community College, she'll find at least one common touch-
stone in a move from Williamsport, Pa. to Key West: Baseball.
Williamsport, of course, is the birthplace of Little League
Baseball. Key West, you already know, has produced 10 state
high school baseball championship teams.
There are more important connections to note about this
potential new academic leader. She's now vice president for
student affairs at the Pennsylvania College of Technology in
rural Lycoming County, 90 miles north of Harrisburg, Pa., the
state capitol.
The skills and experience she brings to the Keys will be criti-
cal. One important link is how her college has helped cope with
an economic squeeze being felt as legacy industries decline.
Lycoming County was the forest capital of Pennsylvania.
Timbering and lumber products were big drivers in a heyday
long since past. There are painful analogies to the Keys' com-
mercial fishing industry as a legacy economic engine that's
sputtering.
Instead of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and
portions of Everglades National Park, Lycoming County is
home to 300,000 acres of state forest. And just like the Keys,
the population has been shrinking about 1 percent a year.
Finding ways to revitalize the economic base has become a
specialty at Penn State's College of Technology.
The Williamsport campus has been the fastest growing in
Penn State's system and recently became the lead academic
institution in Pennsylvania's Workforce and Economic
Development Network. In this role, the College of Technology
works with 2,000 Pennsylvania companies to provide free
training to 100,000 employees.
This type of public-private partnership will be a key compo-
nent of any plan to revitalize the Keys community college,
where skills training and career options are big-league needs to
stem our brain drain.
Ironically, the head of the Williamsport-Lycoming chamber
of commerce used those very words to laud the college's
Keystone Innovation Zone: "Helping to stem the ... brain drain
is one of the major goals...."
And that may prove to be among the biggest challenges she
faces at FKCC.
How she scales from a four-year, statewide mission to a two-
year community college that's losing students at an alarming
rate is a major question.
We find some reassurance on at least one front.
Williamsport was once the forest products capital of
Pennsylvania. Key West was once a dominant commercial
fishing hub.
If the College of Technology can morph from forestry serv-
ices to computer network and telecom degrees, nursing and
medical fields as top enrollment engines, then they're doing
something right.
Hopefully, she accepts the challenge and brings those lessons
learned to her new Keys post.


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Preserve already-existing affordable housing


EDITOR:
Someone once observed, "When all is said
and done, there's a lot more said than done." It
seems as if everyone is talking about affordable
housing, but precious little is actually being
done. And most puzzling is the fact that the
county has not attacked this problem with the
same zeal it has shown for sinking ships and
buying waterfront restaurants. It could at least
save the affordable housing that already exists.
And yet we have seen a succession of
mobile-home parks evict permanent year-round
residents so that the land can be redeveloped for
luxury condominiums. The trend in real estate
transactions makes it probable that most of the
buyers won't even be snowbirds. And the oblig-
atory "affordable housing" included in the pro-
posed deals are too few in number and too
expensive for those being displaced.
The latest community threatened with deci-
mation is Lucky's Landing. If the residents are
evicted, the larger community will be dimin-
ished. They buy here, work here, volunteer here,
attend church here and vote here. They are vital
to our financial and civic life. They give the


Keys a flavor that second- and third-home own-
ers will not.
The widows, police officers, artists, teachers,
waitresses, construction workers, nurses, retail
clerks, musicians and retirees that are being
driven out are the lifeblood of the Keys. If a
local citizen were dying, we would hold blood
drives and benefits to help her get better. But
with our community wasting away, the most
notable activity seems to be hand wringing.
We need to decide if we wish to be a ghost
town that caters to very wealthy but very occa-
sional visitors or a healthy year-round commu-
nity where those who provide essential services
and those who give the Keys its character can
continue to live. We need leaders who can resist
the short-term gains of luxury development in
favor of long-term survival. And we need to put
our money where our mouth is.
Treat the working people of Monroe County
as the endangered species they are. Preserve
their habitat.
Rev. Chris Todd
Big Pine Key


Once again, hundreds of kids get community's love


EDITOR:
In early December, the holiday lists from the
schools and agencies began pouring in to my
office, totaling more than 440 Monroe County
children.
I knew that like the previous 10 years, all the
children on these lists that were verified by teach-
ers, counselors and/or agencies as being in need
of aid would in fact receive a large bag of at least
five beautifully wrapped gifts.
I have dedicated my life to ensuring that each
child that endures living with any type of hard-
ship would receive direct tangible service in the
forms of new clothing, hygiene items, new school
supplies, medical support and, yes, through art-
work.
I had a vision that each child would be able to
receive what they needed to relieve some of the
exorbitant amount of stress they endure at home
due to family financial burdens, loss of a parent,
illness, etc., and be able to attend school with
pride, confidence, dignity and a positive attitude;
that they would know that they were not "those
kids," that they were as valuable, special and
important as all the other children in their com-
munity.
And, yes at the holidays through the provision
of holiday gifts, at the prom through the gift of a
beautiful gown or tux, on the first day of school
to be able to attend with brand-new shiny school

Don't change the plan
EDITOR:
At a meeting of the Big Pine Civic
Association I learned of a move to change the
community master plan for Big Pine Key. After
the years of work that went into the writing of
this plan, to change this plan now seems like an
affront to the community that formed it.
The citizens have spoken. They want Big Pine
to stay the rural and undeveloped area that it is.
It is time that the county commissioners respect
the will of the people and stand by the existing


plan.


William J. Gleason
Big Pine Key


supplies. And know that they were not forgotten
and that they were embraced by their community
all year through.
Just 4 Kids is an unduplicated service and each
referral is credible and verified by either a teacher
and/or counselor specific to the individual child's
needs.
I donate more than 2,600 hours to the Keys as
a volunteer, but it is the community I thank, the
many wonderful individuals that come to give a
hand, the many angels that drop off new supplies,
the service providers that provide the dental and
medical help when I request it on behalf of a
child, and the many businesses that contribute the
necessary funds to purchase the supplies.
I share all of the many thank-yous I receive
and recognition with all of the many people that
have heard the children, saw the need and helped
me to directly provide them service.
There are so many wonderful people to thank,
individuals and businesses, and I cannot thank
each in this letter, but please know how very
much your thoughtful generosity was appreciated.
Paula Ciavolino
Founder, Just4kids
Key West


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Letters thanking an individual are wel-
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Include a daytime phone number
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Keys Opinion


Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Coco Plum residents just want rules followed


EDITOR:
As a resident and member of the
Coco Plum Property Owners
Association, I am taking the liberty
to offer some enlightenment to the
controversy expressed in your article
"Neighbor against neighbor" in
Wednesday's paper.
Back in 2003 and before, the
then-City Council and interested citi-
zens, including our association,
worked.diligently to complete the
comprehensive Plan for Marathon.
After several required changes, it
was accepted by the state
Department of Community Affairs.
'The Coco Plum residents are ask-
ing the city to live up to the require-
ments of the plan it has adopted.
Each time new land development
regulations are proposed concerning
Coco Plum, council members violate
the spirit of the comprehensive plan.
We believe the City Council has
agreed that this is so and has
requested the planning staff to make
it so. We believe that in their latest
version of the zoning code, they
have not done so. In the final hear-
ing [which was Tuesday], perhaps
the discrepancies were corrected. We
shall see.
We respect Planning Director
Fred Gross' concern for affordable
housing, but he must be as aware as
anyone that property values on the


eastern properties beyond Avenue K
in Coco Plum are totally beyond the
reach of affordable housing. After
all, the city has paid $900,000 for a
dry lot to place the new sewer plant.
Some of the platted lots are unus-
able because they are on sensitive
lands and high-density development
next to bird sanctuaries and other
environmental restraints are highly
frowned upon by the state. Lots that
have access to water are at a premi-
um.
The developers that own some of
those lots are entitled to try to make
the best use of.their property but
they are not residents here and the
density and the environment will not
affect them personally.
. If they are patient and move
through the rate-of-growth process
as the rest of the community is
required to do, they will get their
reward as D'Asign Source has done.
with its oceanfront property.
The developers are correct in stat-
ing that the association does not rep-
resent.them. They don't belong to
the association and we feel that their
desires are in direct opposition to the
preamble of the comprehensive plan.
To sum up, I think the title of the
article should have read,"'Neighbors
against developers."
Philip Snoberger
Marathon


Commission: Business as usual


EDITOR:
I watched the spectacle that was -
supposed to be a Monroe County
Commission workshop on County
Administrator Tom Willi's employ-
ment.
Aren't workshops fact-finding
missions?
I do not have enough information
about Mr. Willi one way or the other,
but what kind of message is being
sent when one of the commissioner's
family is wearing a shirt supporting
him? Are we to believe that they
would be open to ideas in this work-


shop? I don't know, but there is an
impression of prejudice and partiali-
ty.
I guess it will be business as usual
one way or the other.
Thursday was a sad display of
fact-finding and I now have less con-
fidence in this county than before this
spectacle of a workshop. I may be
wrong, but it seemed like some com-
missioners were acting as a lawyer
and not an impartial fact-finder for
the county
Donna Juriaco
Tavernier


Hendrick unfairly taking all the blame


EDITOR:
I read your article in the Keynoter
[about former County Attorney Jim
Hendrick's corruption trial].
One thing I just don't understand
about this whole case is that the
spotlight on Hendrick continues to
get bigger while there is no case
against the individual who actually
got caught red-handed, Randy
Hilliard, and he sneakily crawls
back into the depths of obscurity
and avoids any form of prosecution.
The [alleged] illegal act of
exchanging money went directly
into Hilliard's and then-County
Commissioner Jack London's hands.
London is deceased, but Hilliard
gets off Scott-free? I don't get that.
Does this mean that I can pull the


trigger, get caught, point the finger
in another direction, then run free?
Wow. Justice in America? Well, it
clearly demonstrates corrupt govern-
ment, or why else would everybody
be turning the cheek on Hilliard?
Lucy Beck
Marathon

Don't speed
EDITOR:
Just a note of response to the so-
called speed-trap issue [raised in a
Feb. 7 letter to the editor]: Pay
attention to the speed-limit signs
and there shouldn't be a problem.
Martha Leasure
Marathon


This was the scene the morning after Hurricane Wilma as the surge rose on Big Pine
Key. Many of the canals in the area are still full of debris from the October 2005
storm.


Canals still a mess from Wilma


EDITOR:
After the last hurricane season with the
flooding from Wilma, our canals still con-
tain everything from propane tanks to
barbecue grills. A contract to clean up the
entire Keys canal system was signed and
boats were in the water when County
Administrator Tom Willi decided to can-
cel the deal with the Federal Emergency
Management Agency.
I would like to know how he will wig-
gle out of explaining this unknown blun-
der to the many canal homeowners in the
county. I also would like to know which
county commissioner is behind shifting
canal funds to their pet project. The canal
.cleanup would have done more for the
waters of the Keys than sinking another
boat for a couple of million, or buying a
restaurant.
We all know that the hiring process for
county manager was based on the "willi-
ness' to do the commissioners' bidding,
and hiring is seldom in the interest of the
citizens.


The cleanup workboats were pulled
out after three days of work on the
Riviera Canal. Our canals still have 3 feet
of Wilma muck and, a sunken forest of
trees on the bottom that we have learned
to navigate around when we go fishing.
All this junk is making our canal
waters nasty. Nearshore waters are still
being polluted by Wilma debris.
I don't believe the canal homeowners
know any of this and are still expecting
the cleanup crews to show up in their
canal. Willi has to take the blame for this
one.
John Larkin
Big Pine Key

Editor's note: Monroe County Marine
Resources Director George Garrett says
the county and FEMA did not sign a con-
tract for canal cleanup, though the coun-
ty did accept $50,000 fiom the agency to
help with such. The county is now in the
process of bidding out canal cleanup.


Bank steps up for garden club


EDITOR:
Better late than never.
Amid a busy holiday season, New
Year's resolutions and Super Bowl fes-
tivities, regretfully Marine Bank of the
Florida Keys was not publicly thanked
for its generous contribution to the
Marathon Garden Club's Christmas in
the Keys holiday exhibit.
Marine Bank has been the principal
sponsor of our holiday event since the
first annual exhibit in 1997. At this
time, we would like to publicly thank

Doctor is caring
EDITOR:
Throughout our lives, we had
never had a doctor as competent and
caring as Luis Sala. He always took
the time to explain everything. He
will be sorely missed by his patients
and we are fortunate to call him our
friend.
Donna and Doug Bloom
Key Colony Beach


Marine Bank and gratefully acknowl-
edge its continued generosity in mak-
ing our opening-night gala the kickoff-
to the holiday season in the Middle
Keys.
And as the next holiday approaches,
we would like to quote a favorite con-
versation heart: "You're a sweetheart."
The Marathon Garden Club is most
grateful for the bank's continued gen-
erous support.
Betsy Phillips
Marathon Garden Club

Bike path looks great
EDITOR:
I would like to give a thank-you to
the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative
for trimming back the overgrown areas
'along the bike path to Grassy Key. It is
a great area to cycle, skate, jog or
walk. I hope planners extend it to Duck
Key.
Rick Skehan
Marathon


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Officials hope this is just the beginning


Baby steps may
lead to larger
flight service
By STEVE SANOSKI
Keys Sunday reporter
ssanoski@keynoter.com

On the morning of Feb. 15,
1995, the first commercial flight
took off from the newly finished,
$8 million terminal at Marathon
Airport.
There was no celebration.
Perhaps locals just didn't think
one was in order. After all,
Marathon Airport offered three
national carriers at the time -
USAir, American Eagle and
Gulfstream which, combined,
provided 12 flights daily to and
from Marathon.
In the years since, the airport
has lost all of its national carriers
one by one, with American Eagle
the last to leave in 2000.
Exactly 12 years to the day
after that new terminal first
opened, a national carrier will
once again offer daily flights to
and from the now-renamed


Florida Keys Marathon Airport.
Delta Air Lines flight 4719 is
scheduled to touch down in
Marathon from Atlanta
International Airport at 12:35
p.m. Thursday, carrying up to 40
passengers on a Bombardier
CRJ200.
This time, there will be a cele-
bration.
In fact, the community is so
excited about the return of a
national carrier and the potential
economic impact it brings that
Marathon Mayor Chris Bull has
proclaimed Thursday Delta Day
in the city.
When the first flight
approaches the runway, members
of the Greater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce will be
on hand along with numerous
state, county and city dignitaries
to watch Marathon Fire Rescue
blast an archway of water for the
arriving plane to taxi beneath.
Passengers will be greeted
with cold tropical drinks and wel-
come. bags as they enter the ter-
minal. Sir Cedrick Luces will
play the steel drums.


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"It's going to .be pretty
grandiose," chamber Executive
Director Audrey Moir said. "It's
all about providing a warm wel-
come and making a good impres-
sion, because we want them to
come back."
More than merely wanting
new visitors-to recommend the
nonstop flights to friends and take
them again themselves, the
Middle Keys business communi-
ty needs the airport's courtship
with Delta to take off this time
around.
Gulfstream Airlines, which
was going to offer flights to


Miami or Fort Lauderdale, is still
in talks with the airport but has no
plans for service.
"This is something everyone
in the community really agreed is
needed, and that's pretty rare,"
Tourist Development Council
District Advisory Committee 3
Chairwoman Rita Irwin said.
"The fact that the community
came together to raise the funds
necessary to bring national carri-
ers back shows how vital the air-
port is to the local economy."
For two straight years,
Monroe County officials unsuc-
cessfully applied for a federal


First flight scheduled to land Thursday


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- only to see the federal
Transportation Security Admin-
istration nearly end the deal by
denying security screeners last
year.
However, Monroe County
Airports Director Peter Horton
- who some say has worked
more than anyone on the project
and who developed a TSA solu-
tion to use private screeners -
said the, real work is only begin-
ning.
"I would feel a relief if it were
the summer and we had three air-
lines running consistently at 70 to
75 percent full," Horton said.
"Truthfully, I feel like, OK,
we've hit one milestone. But our
work has just begun."
Horton said it's crucial that
Delta meet its target revenue and
doesn't have to dip too much into
the community donations and
$750,000 federal grant for the
one year it has agreed to serve
Marathon.
He said Delta's flights one
a day from Atlanta to Marathon
and then back to Atlanta and an
extra flight to Marathon Friday
night and to Atlanta Saturday
morning are 63 percent
booked for the rest of February
and 67 percent booked through
March.


Keynoter photo by DAVID BALL
Luggage and passenger screening equipment sits ready for
use at the Marathon airport. The federal Transportation Security
Administration has agreed to provide screeners until private
screeners can be hired.


"We're pleased with what we
see so far," Delta spokeswoman
Gina Laughlin said. "But this is a
marathon more than a sprint.
We'll be looking for a longer-
term trend, and that will deter-
mine how sustainable the service
will be."
Horton said he'd like to see
Marathon attract other airlines,
including Gulfstream, which had


initially planned service last year
but pulled out when the TSA
denied screeners.
With a screening plan in place,
Horton said Gulfstream now
plans to begin nonstop flights to
Fort Lauderdale and Tampa by
the fall.
Operating the Delta flights
will be Atlantic Southeast
Airlines, which also operates the


Delta flights from Key West
International Airport to Atlanta.
The plane used will be a 40-seat
Bombardier jet.
Atlantic spokeswoman Kate
Modolo said local fixed-base
operator Cristal- Clear Aviation
(formerly Paradise Aviation
before being purchased by Cay
Clubs Resorts and Marinas) is
contracted to provide ticket atten-
dants, luggage handlers and run-
way ushers who guide the planes
to the terminal.
However, the most important
airport workers in the eyes of
many may be the TSA security
screeners who will check luggage
and passengers until a private
screening company is contracted
to serve both Marathon and Key
West.
Two companies have already-
toured the Keys airports, and
Horton said the TSA would be
reviewing proposals very soon.
Monday, U.S. Rep. Ileana
Ros-Lehtinen held a press con-
ference and toured Marathon air-
port with Rep. John Mica, rank-
ing member of the House
Transportation and Infrastructure
Committee.
Mica credited his involvement
in the start-up of commercial
service to Ros-Lehtinen's persist-
ence, even describing her as "a
pit bull that grabs your ankle and
won't let go."


Small Community Air Service
Department Program grant to
help lure back commercial air-
lines.
The airport was finally award-
ed a $750,000 grant in late 2005,
which required a local match.
Various organizations, businesses
and individuals in Marathon
pulled together to raise nearly
$300,000 in response to help
Delta with guaranteed income.
Delta has made a one-year
commitment to provide one
round-trip flight between
Marathon and Atlanta daily, with
an additional flight on Friday and
Saturday.
"This is a tremendous eco-
nomic opportunity for Marathon
and the surrounding communities
that we cannot afford to take for
granted," Moir said. "Getting
Delta to resume service in
Marathon is not the end of the
story. It's just the beginning, and
we need to take full advantage to
make sure it's a success."

Economic impact
Should Florida Keys
Marathon Airport finally find
success with a national carrier,
the potential economic impact is
enormous, according to an analy-
sis generated by Colorado-based
The Boyd Group in June 2004.
Boyd is a county airport consult-
ant.
It estimated the potential eco-
nomic impact could reach as high
as $43.7 million annually if air
service increased to include at
least three commercial flights
daily to and from the airport.
The airport generated an esti-
mated $17.1 million in 2004,
according to the report.
"The immediate impact is
probably going to be relatively
limited because it is just one
flight a day," speculated Jim
Rhyne, owner of Coconut Cay
and Marina, which is adjacent to
the airport. "At least I think it will
be relatively limited I'd love
to be surprised. But I think most
people know this is just another
step in the ongoing redevelop-
ment of Marathon." .


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providing funds
By CHRISTINE BRADEN
cbraden@keynoter.com

The Vandenberg scuttling
project appears to be steaming
ahead.
After more than 10 years of
little progress toward finalizing
the artificial-reef project, major
developments the past week
show progress toward sinking the
520-foot former military ship
seven miles off Key West.
Tuesday, the U.S. Maritime
Administration said it approved
transferring ownership of the
USS Hoyt Vandenberg to Florida,
which in turn will transfer owner-
ship to the city of Key West.
"Reefing is an excellent way
to dispose of our obsolete ships,"
said Maritime Administrator
Sean Connaughton in a prepared
statement. "It is good for the
economy, good for the environ-
ment, and a great deal for U.S.
taxpayers."
But before they can reap the
benefits, taxpayers will also have
to foot the bill.
State Rep. Doug Holder from
Sarasota on Thursday filed
House Bill 759, which would
develop a pilot statewide match-
ing grant program to sink decom-
missioned ships as artificial
reefs.
Specifically, the bill would
authorize "the preparation and
deployment of a specified
decommissioned vessel in Key
West to serve as a model for the
development of procedures for
the placement of such vessels in
Florida waters."
It also states the "pilot pro-
gram shall provide funds in the
amount of $2 million to pay for a
portion of cost of the preparation
and deployment of the USS Hoyt
S. Vandenberg in the waters off
Key West. Such funds are in
addition to any other funds
appropriated for this purpose."
The proposed legislation -
there was no matching bill in the
Senate as of Tuesday is exactly
what organizers of the Vandenberg
sinking had hoped for.
"It's a pretty cool thing," proj-
ect founder and Reefmakers staff
Joe Weatherby said.
Calls to both Holder and Rep.
Ron Saunders, who represents
the Keys, were not returned by
press time.


"With this bill, the
Vandenberg has become the
model for the rest of the state,"
Weatherby said. "It's the first leg-
islation of its kind in the country.
It's going to generate huge news
and put the Keys at the top for
national news."
However, even though both
state and federal agencies have
signed off on the project before it
can really move forward, the city
of Key West still needs to
approve its agreement with the
Artificial Reefs of the Keys and
Reefmakers at the project con-
tractor.
Previously, the City Com-
mission had approved several
agreements with both entities in
order to take legal possession of
the ship. However, the agree-
ments will need to come back
before the commission since
ARK was unable to obtain a per-
formance bond that would guar-
antee completion of the project if
something unforeseen happens.
"Apparently the nearly $7
million cost of the bond was pro-
hibitive," City Attorney Shawn
Smith said.
According to Weatherby and
Commissioner Bill Verge, the
agreement will need to be
reworded to exclude the bond.
The Vandenberg is at the
James River Reserve Fleet site in
Virginia. Within the next few
weeks, it is scheduled to be
towed to Colonna's Shipyard in
Norfolk, Va., where hazardous
materials will be removed in
preparation for its sinking.
The City Commission meets
again Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. at Old
City Hall on Greene Street to go
over the Vandenberg agreements.


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Beloved artist
became one with
adopted town
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Captain Outrageous, who
became a Key West icon through
his curious artwork, his eccentric
personality and his name itself,
died Saturday at Mount Sinai
Hospital in Miami Beach. He
was 66.
He suffered a brain hemor-
rhage last Thursday night in the
Caroline Street house that holds
his art gallery and, shortly after-
ward, had a heart attack.
A New Orleans-style funeral
parade was scheduled for
Tuesday night, preceding a trib-


Middle Keys Concert Association

Monday, February 19th, 2007
The Brazilian Guitar Quartet


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Admission is by season ticket or $20 at the door.
(Single ticket holders admitted after 7:15 pm).
Young people under 19 are admitted free.


Four of Brazil's most brilliant gui-
tarists make up this dream team, one
of the world's most sought after guitar
ensembles. They have appeared at
major music festivals throughout the
Americas and Europe where their per-
formances are met with record break-
ing attendances and rave reviews.
This will be their first time in
Marathon where their music will
include compositions by Bach, lbeniz
and Villa-Lobos.
Performance will be on Monday,
February 19th at 7:30 pm at San
Pablo Catholic Church, 122nd St.,


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ute at the Veterans of Foreign
Wars on Emma Street.
Born in Cleveland, Outrageous
attended Ohio State University
and was an entrepreneur in his
early years, dabbling in bank hold-
ing companies, a music-recording
complex and fast-food and motel
chains. Known as Norm Taylor
then, he claimed to be on the
boards of directors of 20 corpora-
tions by the time he was 27.
He was also a professional
gambler and a pool hustler who
landed in Key West in the late
1970s. "Dropping out," he called
it. He opened Captain Outrageous'
Last Straw bar on White Street and
quickly evolved as a Key West
character.
A white-bearded man who
was never without a smile or a
cigarette, he began to splashily
paint bicycles, cars, mopeds,
motor homes, telephones, even
his own clothes, decorating them
with colorful stars, numbers, bil-
liard balls and sexy women.
"Pop art," Outrageous called
it, saying, "My style is my own.
My canvases are any objects that
look like they need to be painted."
For years he lived in a 1963
Air Stream, which was covered
with his artwork, in a Greene
Street trailer park. In 1999, he ran
for mayor, calling himself a
"champion of the local working
class who doesn't trust goverm-


ment." He got 339 votes and fin-
ished third.
Two years ago, he opened an
art gallery at 525 Caroline St.,
where for years he had hung out
on the porch painting his bikes
until it was time in late afternoon
to go feed the neighborhood's
stray cats.
On the 13th of each month,
Outrageous would dress up and
hold a fancy party in the gallery.
He liked to say he celebrated his
birthday 12 months a year. He
would have turned 67 on April 13.
"He was warm and funny, just
a sweet person," said Connie
Gilbert, a local arts writer. "Some
people are irreplaceable. Norm
was one of them."
His mystique extended to his
final days at Mount Sinai
Hospital, even though he had no
brain activity.
"Everybody kept saying,
'Who's that funny old man in the
comer room?'" said his girlfriend
Sherry White.
White placed on Outrageous'
chest a local magazine that had
featured him. "The nurses picked
it up and made copies of the arti-
cle," White said. "Even his neu-
rosurgeon had one in his pocket.
Everyone said, 'This man was
really loved in Key West.'"
It was a mutual love affair. His
helicopter ride from Lower Keys
Medical Center to Miami last
Thursday night was his first trip
to the mainland in 15 years.


Keys briefs


Clerk reports robbery
at Tavernier Winn-Dixie

The clerk of a Tavernier gro-
cery store says she was robbed
shortly after closing out her cash
register Sunday night, according
to the Monroe County Sheriff's
Office.
The victim works at the Winn-
Dixie and told Deputy Lance
Hernandez she closed out her
cash drawer and went to the
store's office about 10:30 p.m.,
Deputy Becky Herrin said.
The clerk said as she put her
key in the lock, an armed man put
a gun to her head, forced her
inside, tore a gold bracelet from
her wrist, handcuffed and shack-
led her. She said he then ran-
sacked the office and took the
cash she had and the cash from
the safe before leaving. The sus-
pect reportedly took a video sur-
veillance tape with him.
At the time of the incident, the
store was open for business and
there were a number of other


employees and a few customers
in the store, according to Herrin.

Large fuel load
lands man in jail
Deputies with the Monroe
County Sheriff's Office arrested
a Miami man Friday who they
say was illegally transporting a
large amount of fuel in his boat.
Deputy Lee Cowart stopped at
1:30 p.m. at mile marker 101 to
back up a state Department of
Environmental Protection officer
who had stopped a truck pulling a
trailer because one of the brake
lights on the trailer was out.
A search of the boat turned up
nine 15-gallon containers of gas
hidden in various compartments.
The driver, Nelson Acosta, 39,
told the officers he was going
fishing, Deputy Becky Herrin
said.
Acosta was charged with
unlawful conveyance of fuel, a
third-degree felony.


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Housing project in limbo for now


State money
not coming
for 104th Street
By DAVID BALL
dball@keynoter.com

A proposed 40-unit affordable
housing project in Marathon has
stalled because of an apparent
snafu surrounding a similar proj-
ect in Islamorada that eliminated
a potential $5 million in state
funds.
With the price to construct
new housing continually increas-
ing, Marathon Mayor Chris Bull
said the City Council will soon
have to decide the future of the
vacant property on 104th street.
"I'm going to put it as a dis-
cussion item on the upcoming
council meeting on [Feb.] 27,"
Bull said. "What we're still want-
ing to do with that site is provide
some workforce housing. We do
have some alternatives."
Bull said the council will like-
ly wait for "plan B" from Middle
Keys Community Land Trust
Administrator Rick Casey, who


had a contract to develop the
housing and who applied for the
state money.
Casey's initial plan was to use
$5 million from a state
Community Workforce Housing
Innovation Pilot Program grant to
help build 40 units (20 rental and
20 home-ownership) in Marathon
along with 44 home-ownership
units in Islamorada.
The Marathon units would
rent between $700 and $1,200
and would cost between
$140,000 and $200,000 to buy.
Casey said he had to include
the Marathon and Islamorada
projects together in the applica-
tion to be considered for the
grants, but he couldn't obtain an
application form demonstrating
sewer availability for the
Islamorada project.
"We were going to be building
a package plant on site as part of
the development," Casey said.
"The form says specifically, 'As
of Dec. 15 2006, the site has
access to package sewer capaci-
ty,' and it doesn't."
In Marathon, Casey obtained


endorsement from the Florida
Keys Aqueduct Authority show-
ing the 104th street development
could hook up to the nearby Little
Venice sewer treatment plant.
But since no plant existed in
Islamorada, Casey said he tried to
get an endorsement from the


The
Marathon
units would
rent between
$700 and
$1,200.


agency that would permit the
plant the state Department of
Environmental Protection.
"We had worked with DEP for
a number of weeks prior to the
application, and they all consis-
tently determined they didn't
have legal authority to execute
document," Casey said. "So, as it
got to end, they offered and we


submitted a letter of coordination
and explanation, hoping that
would be sufficient."
It apparently wasn't sufficient,
and the Land Trust's application
was eliminated along with 21
others out of the 33 total applica-
tions, Casey said.
Last October, representatives
from the Marathon Development
Group gave the council a second
proposal for 45 home-ownership
units that reportedly could be
built in 10 months but require as
much as $2 million in city fund-
ing.
Since the city already has a
contract with the Land Trust to
develop and manage the city's
affordable housing projects, the
city would have to put out a
request for proposals to consider
an outside firm. However, Bull
said it might now be time to con-
sider that option.
"Do we wait, and try and get
the [state] funding for next year,
with still the unknown of whether
we will get it or not?" Bull said.
"The council's aware that we
could put out an RFP and say,
'Developers, this is what we
have. What will you do for us?"'


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School in
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A memorial service for
William B. Bradley Sr., a
Marathon pioneer who helped
develop the modem-day Middle
Keys and who died Jan. 18 at age
81 in Lebanon, N.H., is planned
for Saturday at St. James
Episcopal Church in Woodstock,
Vt.
Mr. Bradley was bom Jan. 22,
1925, in Washington, D.C., to
Dockery C. and Eloy Bradley.
He attended the Woodrow


V T served in the
U.S. Army
during World
War II and,
after the war,
e n t e r e d
BRADLEY Har v ar d
College, from
which he received his bachelor's
in fine arts in 1950.
Upon graduation, Mr. Bradley
moved to South Florida, where
he met and soon married his wife,
Helen Brothers of Meridien,


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ies at 81

Miss.
In 1951, Mr. Bradley moved
to the small, developing commu-
nity of Marathon. He made his
career in real estate and had the
opportunity to work with early
developers in designing and then
marketing many of the original
subdivisions and condominium
projects in the Middle and Lower
Keys.
He became sales manager for
Sadowski & Son in 1953, and in
1955 opened the firm of William
B. Bradley, Realtors, which he
operated until its close in 1992.
"He helped develop early
Marathon," said Brian Schmitt,
broker at Coldwell Banker
Schmitt Real Estate. The
Marathon "Garden Club was his
last office. He also had an office
on Big Pine."
Mr. Bradley was a founding
member and past president of the
Florida Keys Board of Realtors
and the Marathon Board of
Realtors. In 1992, he was award-
ed the Lifetime Achievement
Award by the Marathon & Lower
Keys Board of Realtors.
He and his wife were also
founding members of St.
Columba Episcopal Church in
Marathon, and Mr. Bradley
served on the vestry there more
than 30 years. The rose window
in its parish hall was dedicated to
his wife's memory.
In 1955, he became real estate
editor of the Keynoter.
In 1960, Mr. Bradley became
a member of the American
Society of Appraisers and was the
first person in the Keys to hold
the professional designation.
In 1963 and 1964, he was a
part-owner and president of Duck
Key Inc. and the Indies Inn
Resort (now Hawk's Cay Resort).
Mr. Bradley was also one of
the original contributors who
helped fund construction of
Fishermen's Hospital and was
elected to its board in 1964.
The Bradleys were active in
many other professional and civic
organizations during their many
years in Marathon.
In 1992, Mr. Bradley retired to
his summer home in Burke, Vt.,
where he enjoyed reading and
writing his memoirs. He also
worked part-time at his son's
business, the Antiques Collab-
orative in Quechee, Vt.
Survivors include his sons
William B. Bradley Jr. of
Woodstock, Vt., and Charles W.
Bradley of Kingston, N.H.; and
grandson Blay W. Bradley, also
of Woodstock.
Memorial donations can be
made to the Cobleigh Public
Library, P.O. Box 147,
Lyndonville, VT 05851.






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Larry Goc.e Morriss, 64,
died Feb 8 In Springfield Mo.
Mr Morriss was born Nov 6
i942. in Topeka Kan and lied
in rFlerriam. Kon until 1989
wren re moved to Marathon.
SHe enjoyed rlsning, the out-
do:or John Wayne movies
cooking, good music and


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he is suri.led t:, doughters
Krristin Williams (and ion-In-low
Bill) Williams of Springfield. Mo .
ard Mv1elonle Lorntordo (and
son-In-low) Nick Lombordo of
Lee s Summitll Mo. and grand-
children Drew Williams 14. Brye
Williams. 11. Sydney Willams 8
Hoon Lornoordc and
Lachor\ Lombardo 6


Sanctuary getting


bloom update


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


The Florida Bay algae bloom
has stopped spreading but con-
centrations of the troublesome
algae remain high in Barnes
Sound and Card Sound.
Those are among current con-
ditions that will be described to
the Florida Keys National Marine
Sanctuary Advisory Council
when the panel meets Tuesday in
Marathon.
"There are still elevated levels
of chlorophyll in that area around
Card Sound and Bames Sound,"
said Dr. Susan Markley, an
ecosystem-restoration specialist
with Miami-Dade's Department
of Environmental Resource
Management.
Markley and three other scien-
tists plan to brief the sanctuary
council about results from intera-
gency monitoring of the bloom,
and answer questions.
"The bloom is ongoing,"
Markley summarized. "From a
spatial extent, it's not as wide-
spread as it was at its peak."
But early-January surveys in
Barnes Sound and Card Sound
show that in density of the algae,
"there hasn't been much


improvement."
Results from February sam-
pling were not available.
In late 2006, the bloom of
blue-green algae spread from 45
to 95 square nautical miles.
The algae bloom, first report-
ed in November 2005, has cloud-
ed bay waters near the 18-Mile
Stretch of U.S. 1 and has affected
bay fishing.
Unlike red algae, the blue-
green algae is not toxic.
However, heavy concentrations
have killed aquatic vegetation by
cutting off sunlight. The algae
then feasts on the decaying vege-
tation.
Government scientists say
pinpointing a cause for the bloom
is difficult because several fac-
tors likely played a role.
Many residents have linked
the 18-Mile Stretch construction
project to the appearance of the
bloom.
South Florida Water Manage-
ment District officials have said
large amounts of fresh water
pumped south to Florida Bay
after the 2005 hurricane season
probably had more to do with
creating the bloom.


Chicago Tribune crossword puzzle
"The Big Story" By Alan Olschwang Huntington Beach, California Edited by Wayne Williams
Solution In Feb. 7 L 'Attitudes.


ACROSS
1 Fellow
5 Capital of
Morocco
10 Valuable fiddle
(for short)
15 Plant-to-be
19 Alternative to pres-
ent
20 Cybermessage
21 "A Confederacy
of Dunces" author
22 Quechuan ruler
23 Bruins' sch.
24 Nosy Parker
25 Old newspaper
sections
26 Candle emana-
tion
27 Start of Evan Esar
quip
31 UFO crew
32 Sailors' admin.
33 Set the pace
34 Runs at an easy
pace
35 RBIs and such
37 Proofreaders'
saves
40 Upper classes
43 Part 2 of quip
47 Keep tabs on
49 "Newsboy" painter
Henry
50 Sense's skill
51 Nelson Mandela's
org.
53 One step
55 Ex-Spice Girl
Halliwell
56 Martini garnish
57 Russian rulers
59 City near Limerick
61 Profit figure
62 Scruff of the neck


63 Fixed charge
65 Health haven
66 NFL scores
67 Part 3 of quip
72 File marker
75 Nord's opposite
76 Administer an oath
to
77 705 on a corner-
stone
81 Summer refresher
82 Try to look one's
best
85 Minor fight
86 Marshy depression
87 Soprano Felicity
89 Bartletts and
Seckels
91 Thoughtful letters
92 Boo shouter
93 Mountain nymph
95 Builder's directions
97 Part 4 of quote
99 Fox of the Sox
101 Secret observers
103 Position
104 Fellas
106 Flight member
108 Before in a poem
109 Ewe's call
112 End of quip
118 Decisive defeat
119 "Am not!" retort
120 First name in B-29
lore
121 Pond scum
122 Otherwise
123 Pistons player
124 Speed contests
125 Homely citrus?
126 Require
127 Adlai's slate-mate
128 Senator Gorton
129 Adolescent


DOWN
1 Inclined trough
2 "The Front Page"
playwright
3 City on the Rhone
delta
4 Partially car-
bonized moss
5 Resound
6 Lump sum alterna-
tive
7 Foolish one
8 Bikini for one
9 Conical abodes
10 Vigorous walkers
11 Whistle blast
12 "Portnoy's
Complaint" writer
13 In the rigging
14 Craving
15 Observation
16 Joining up
17 Bus. sch. course
18 Deputy of car-
toons
28 Do a 360
29 Unit of power
30 Unaccompanied
performances
35 Close closer?
36 In order that
38 London gallery
39 Read quickly
41 Kind of seal
42 Agitated states
43 Sacred image: var.
44 Casa component
45 Excursion
46 Relieve of
weapons
48 Family ties
52 Crops of birds
54 Mature
57 Certain col-
lectlbles
10 Il 11 2 113 114


58 Medley meals
60 Patriotic men's
org.
63 Drink like a pig
64 Put up
68 Psychic power
69 Before time
70 Vestiges
71 Playwright Albee
72 Claw
73 Revere
74 Star in Orion
78 Ask for proof of
age
79 Last book of "The
Alexandria
Quartet"
80 Selfsame
83 Atlas pages
84 Spadework
86 Play starter
88 Gifted
90 Wrestling hold
92 Sci-fi command
center
94 Exertion
96 Eve's third child
98 Hardened
100 Natural gas con-
stituent
102 Seamstresses
105 Some eastern
Europeans
107 Of punishment
109 Nautical pump
110 Slant
111 Over
112 Small songbird
113 One-eighteenth of
a golf course
114 Bit of derring-do
115 Words of under-
standing
116 Cape near Lisbon
117 Like a drumhead


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e KEYNOTER Business


briefs


Radio auction
benefits chamber

The annual radio auction
to raise funds for the Low er
Keys Chamber of Commerce
is scheduled for live broad-
cast from the Lower Keys
Visitor's Center on Big Pine
Key on Conch Country 98.7-
FM on March 7.
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
radio personalities Stee
Miller and Jim Cameron
% ill auction off artwork.
professional services, gift
certificates and other items.
Those wanting to bid on
the air can call 872-5678.
Donations are still being
sought, and business% o% ner,
can also opt to purchase a
mention for $25 each. Call
the chamber at 872-2411.

Big Pine social
happens Feb. 22

The Loer Keys
Chamber of Commerce
after-hours social is sched-
uled for 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 22
at Coldwell Banker Schmin
Real Estate on Big Pine
Key.
The public is invited, and
recommended donation to
support the chamber is $1(1
per person.
Call 872-2411 for more.

BPW meeting slated
for Pilot House

An Upper Keys Century
Business and Professional
Women's Club luncheon
meeting is scheduled for
Feb. 21 at The Pilot House
restaurant. 13 Seagate Blvd.
ul Key Largo; the network-
ing session starts at 11:30
a.m. and lunch at is at noon.
Mimi Whitefield. editor
of the Business Monday sec-
tion of the Mtwmi HeI aid
will be the guest speaker.
Nominations will be
accepted for the 2007-08
BPW slate of officers and
10 new members will be
installed.
Cost to attend is $20 for
BPW members, $25 for
non-members. Rescrxe a
spot by calling 434-1027 or,
send an e-mail to pamf@
baptisthealth.net. RSVP
by Friday.


Dennis Pharmacy reopens '

Diner moves in m u owner David Alea. Ell
Now the diner is doing just
next to Henrietta's been trying to fill a gastronomical that sort of.
void in their lunchtime lives. Everything from the Dennis


in Bahama Village
By STEVE SANOSKI
Keys Sunday reporter
ssanoski@keynoter.com

Ever since Dennis Pharmacy
closed its doors on the corer of
United and Simonton streets last
July after more than 30 years
in business many locals have


The pharmacy immediately
moved to the Professional
Building on 12th Street in New
Town, but there was no room for
the ever-popular diner serving
Spanish, American and Conch
dishes.
"Ever since, I've been hoping
the diner could find a space
somewhere to reopen on its
own," said Dennis Pharmacy


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Pharmacy diner staff and stove to
the menu and memorabilia has
been moved into the space of
another longtime Key West culi-
nary institution The Art of
Baking by Henrietta.
Under the unofficial name of
"The Dennis Luncheonette," old
favorites will be served up once
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Stagnant market may stick around


Fishkind expects
real estate to
remain stable, flat
By MICHAEL WELBER
Keys Sunday editor
mwelber@keynoter.com

If a forecast by economist
Hank Fishkind, Ph.D., who is
affiliated with Attorneys Title
Insurance Fund (The Fund) is
correct, real estate sales and


prices will remain stagnant for
the remainder of this year.
Fishkind goes further and pre-
dicts that this trend will continue
for the next three years.
The information was provided
locally by Keys attorney Tom
Wright, who is on the board of
Attorneys Title Insurance Fund.
Wright feels the prediction
sends a signal to both buyers and
sellers that things aren't going to
change much.


"Buyers would be well
advised that if the deal is right,
they should go for it," Wright
said, adding that he thinks it's
comforting to know there won't
be any major market correction
- if the numbers prove accurate.
While the prediction for
Monroe County show a very
small increase for housing starts
(the construction of new homes),
the sales of existing home should
see a slow but steady climb.


See FISHKIND / 15


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You name it and the
White Street Deli-Caf6
probably hosts it, caters it
or teaches it.

White Street Deli
1019 White St.
Key West

Many locals will tell you
the quaint White Street Deli-
Cafe in Key West is home to
some of the most delicious
food on the island.
With a "deli/caf&-ish"
menu that includes risottos,
pastas, sandwiches. salads,
biscort, tiranusu. as \well as
fresh fish and meat dishes,
it's not hard to imagine why.
"'We even make our own
dog biscuits," said Jennifer
Cornell, chef and owner of
White Street Deli-Cafe.
% which is also home to the
Small Chef at Large catering
company. which can cook
for "two to 2.000." Cornell
said.
On Monday and
Wednesday evenings the
restaurant al ays a "bring
\our own bottle" establish-
ment opens its outdoor
garden to Java Studios,
allo ing patrons to \ iew
films. On Tuesday e enings,
it hosts a "theme night"
where the menu consists of
food based around an idea or
specific exotic location. On
Swiday evenlng.s a cooking
class lets ten people reserve
space and learn hov' to make
a specialty meal foi a cost of
$125.,
This Thursday, the restau-
rant participates in the Walk
on White from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m.
The restaurant at 1019
White St. is open Monday
through Saturday from 8
a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday
from 9 to 5. Call 294-1943
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Growth to be slow


FISHKIND / From 14

In the report, Fishkind states,
referring to existing home clos-
ings, that "volume is expected to
remain stable at 2500 units
through 2009. Pricing is expected
to remain flat through 2007,
increasing to $850,000 by 2009."
Currently, that average price is
about $800,000.
If Fishkind is correct econ-
omists have been wrong before
- that means average prices
would only increase by about six
percent over the three years. That
comes after 30 percent increases
annually when the market was
hot.
Local Realtor Brian Schmitt
said he basically agrees with the
forecast for 2007 but said he
couldn't really predict anything
for the 2008 or 2009.
"It's the trends that are inter-
esting to me and not the specific
numbers," Schmitt said. "The
message that I get is that there's
not going to be a lot of growth in
the number of sales and average
sale price over the next year."
The message for both Realtors
and their customers was both
positive and negative. On one
hand, Realtors may not see strong
sales this year. However, for
those considering the purchase of
a home, it appears that now is as

Keys briefs


Leadership Monroe
alumni to gather

A Leadership Monroe County
alumni gathering is slated for
March 2 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
Chilli Willie's Grill and Pub at mile
marker 86.
Hors d'oeuvres will be served
and a cash bar available. Cost to
attend is $5.
RSVP to Henry Woods at
hwoodskeys@aol.com or call 849-
9424.

Marathon social at
Indigo Bay Feb. 21

The Greater Marathon Chamber
of Commerce will hold a Business
After Hours at Indigo Bay, First
Avenue and 117th Street, Feb. 21
from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The next day, Feb. 22 at noon,
the chamber will hold a member-
ship luncheon meeting at the
Marathon Yacht Club. Admission
is $16.
Phone reservations by Feb. 19
at 743-5417 (24-hour voice mail),
or fax them to 289-0183.


good a time as any to do so. If the
predictions are accurate, prices
won't get any lower...or higher.
"It's really a trends forecast
rather than a specific numbers
forecast," Schmitt said. "His
opinion is that the market is
going to be flat for the next three
years. It's not going to recover in
terms of the number of units and
appreciation rates."
The forecast was much
brighter for commercial real
estate. Fishkind sees develop-
ment above historic norms
through 2009.
Schmitt said that he's seeing a
very strong commercial real estate
market. He pointed to the sale of a
couple of units at Gulfside
Village, a small office develop-
ment in Marathon. He said the
two units sold at record prices -
$400 a square foot and he feels
the trend will continue.


DENNIS / From 14

again at 316 Petronia St. along-
side the Bahama Village bakery
famous for its coconut strips and
conch rolls.
Alea will no longer own or
operate the luncheonette and has
turned the reigns over to long-
time Dennis Pharmacy diner
cooks Luis and Onelia Espinosa.
"They have been with me for
15 years, and when this opportu-
nity came up I told them, 'it's
your turn now,'" Alea said. "I've
been friends with Henrietta for a
long time, too, and I know
they're going to get along great.
You've got two sets of good,
honest people working togeth-
er."
The luncheonette will be
about half the size it was when
located in Dennis Pharmacy,


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with seating for 25. While Alea
is no longer calling the shots, he
will act a business consultant for
his longtime friends.
So far, he thinks the business
model is a winner.
"A lot of Henrietta's business
comes from tourists, while we
used to pull in a lot of locals. So,
I think it's a good mix that has


great potential," Alea said. "Our
long term hope is that this really
clicks with people in some way,
shape or form."
The Art of Baking by
Henrietta and "The Dennis
Luncheonette" will be open
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Breakfast is
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Wednesday, February 21, 2007 9:00 a.m.
Old City Hall Chambers
510 Greene Street
Key West Code Complience Hearings
Wednesday, February 21, 2007 1:00 p.m.
Old City Hall Chambers
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S briefs


Aging and exercise
are Thursday topics

It's often difficult to
accept the fact that a mid-
dle-aged beds isn't as
resident as it used to be.
Ho\ ever, according to
Mariners Hospital Wellness
Center Director David
Flench. Bab\ Boomers can
slo?, the deterioration of
muscle. bone strength and
agilit\ that comes \% ith age.
During a free seminar.
"Age-Detfing Firness."
Flench iU share the ke\s
to a workout that counters
the inevitable decline that
comes with age. It's from 6
to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
hospital, mile marker 91.5.
The program is free, but
reser\ nations are required.
Call 43-1-3400.

St. Columba pours
pancakes for needy

St. Columba Episcopal
Church of Marathon has a
pancake supper for Stror e
Tuesday at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Cost is $3 for adults; kids
eat free at the all-you-can-
eat event.
St. Columba is at 451
52nd St. gulf, Marathon.
Proce edo to the church
and help ihe needy in the
community.

Spottswood dinner
highlights Red Cross

Tickets are available for
the 2007 American Red
Cross' Florence Spottsw ood
Humanitarian of the Year
Award dinner, which will
honor the My Key West
Emergency Relief Fund
Committee, as well as
bestow a lifetime achieve-
ment award on Edith
Amsterdam.
The dinner is Feb. 24, at
the Casa Marina Resort and
Beach Club. A 6:30 p.m.
reception will be followed
by the 7:30 dinner. Dress is
tropical evening attire.
Tickets are $150 and can be
obtained by calling 296-
4033.
The dinner is the major
annual fundraiser to support
activities of the Red Cross
in Monroe County.


Photos by ANDY NEWMAN/FLORIDA KEYS NEWS BUREAU
Wyland hoists 2-year-old Jack Elliott to contribute to a kids' canvas while taking a break from creating his Key Largo Whaling
Wall. The mural covers approximately 7,500 square feet and wraps around a large building along U.S. 1 in Key Largo. This is the
95th of Wyland's planned series of 100 marine environmental murals and the final one he intends to paint in the United States.


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visitors to Keys
Folk music icon Arlo Guthrie
was among those to celebrate the
official unveiling Monday of the
artist Wyland's 95th Whaling
Wall, taking up an entire building
in the median at mile marker 99.2
Wyland started his work Feb.
1, and the lifesize mural joins
two others he did in the Keys,
one on the wall at the Marathon
Kmart, the other at the
Waterfront Market in Key West.
The Key Largo work which
many say will grow in reputation
to become the unofficial gateway
to the Keys is more than 7,500
square feet.
Wyland, who has a home in
Islamorada, uses money generat-
ed from his mural projects and
galleries to promote conserva-
tionism through his Wyland
Foundation.
His hope is to create his 100th
and final Whaling Wall on the
Great Wall of China in time for
the Beijing Olympics in 2008.


Wyland fashions a green moray eel
on the mural, which includes numerous
representations of marine life.


A crowd gathers to watch marine-life artist
Wyland paint his Keys coral reef scene on a
four-story building Saturday in Key Largo.


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Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Marathon off to defend title


Keys' LifeSmarts
team is again
in state finals
Marathon High School tries
to defend its state champi-
onship Monday, when it's
among just 16 teams compet-
ing in the Florida LifeSmarts:
The Ultimate Consumer
Challenge Monday at the
Florida State Fair in Tampa.
The-Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services is the state sponsor of
LifeSmarts, a competition that
tests students on their knowl-
edge of personal- financial
management, health and safe-
ty, the environment, technolo-
gy and telecommunications,
and consumer rights and
responsibilities. The program
is designed to encourage stu-
dents to think seriously about

Education TV

The Monroe County School
Board broadcasts educational
television on Comcast Cable
Channel 78. Following are this
week's highlights:
Today, Thursday
7 a.m.: Project Ban-
daloop.
8: NASA Science Files:
The Case'of the Shaky Quake.
9: School District
announcements.
+ 10: Wednesday: Ethics In
a Global Society; Thursday:
Colonial Williamsburg: The
Slave Trade (live interactive
field trip).
11: Project Oceanogra-
phy.
Noon: Separate Is Not
Equal: Brown v. Board of
Education (Middle School pro-
gram).
1 p.m.: Meet the Author:
Michelle Y. Green.
1:30: Meet the Author:
Frances Park and Ginger Park.
2: NASA Science Files:
The Case of the Shaky Quake.
3: Urban Bush Women:
Shadow's Child.
4: In Search of the Novel.
5: School District An-
nouncements.
6: Education Show-
case.
6:30: Meet the Author:
Michelle Y. Green.
7: Separate Is Not Equal:
Brown v. Board of Education
(MS program).
8: Science iin Focus:
Energy.


important consumer issues
through a challenging game-
show format.
As state champion last year,
Marathon High represented
Florida at the national compe-
tition in Philadelphia. The
team competed against 31
other state winning teams from
across the United States during
the three-day competition.
This year's national finals
will be held April 21 to 24 at
Disney World in Orlando.
This is the 11th year for
LifeSmarts in Florida. The pre-
liminary competition for stu-
dents in grades nine to 12 was
held nationwide using the
Internet. The Florida online
competition, which ended Jan.
12, involved more than 48
coaches and more than 1,400
students competing to be
among Florida's finalists.


9: Viva Las Americas:
Ballet Hispanico.
10: In. Search of the
Novel.
11: Education News
Parents Can Ulse: Drug and
Alcohol Prevention.

Friday
7 a.m.: Viva Las
Americas: Ballet Hispanico.
8: NASA Science Files:
The Case of the Phenomenal
Weather.
9: School District
Announcements.
. 10: Sound! Light!
Edison!.
10:30: Everyone Is An
Inventor.
11: Project Oceanogra-
phy.
Noon: Martin Luther King
Jr.: An American Visionary.
12:30 p.m.: Martin Luther
King Jr.: Living the Dream.
1: Meet the Author:
Frances Park and Ginger Park.
1:30: Meet the Author:
Nancy Yi Fan.
2: NASA Science Files:
The Case of the Phenomenal
Weather.
3: Project Bandaloop.
4: In Search of the Novel.
5: School District
announcements.
6: Education Showcase.
6:30: Meet the Author:
Frances Park and Ginger Park.
7: Rebroadcast of
February 13th Monroe County
'School Board meeting.


In addition to Marathon
High, the state finalists com-
peting Monday are from Cedar
Key School, Cedar Key;
Centennial High School, Port
St. Lucie; Daytona Mainland,
Daytona (two teams); Duval
County 4-H, Jacksonville (two
teams), Gulf Coast High
School, Fort Myers; Largo;
Moore Haven High School,
Moore Haven; Seminole
County 4-H, Sanford; and
Turner Tech Arts High, Miami
(three teams).
The national coordinator of
the LifeSmarts competition is
the nonprofit National
Consumers League.


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CBS 3BR/3BA with
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CLOWNING AROUND: Sketch the Clown entertains children at the Terry Cassidy Pickin'
Party, a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of the Lower Keys, at Coconuts on Big Pine
Sunday. Despite the rain, droves of people turned out to eat, drink and enjoy the music, raf-
fles and silent auction.


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AARP drive class
signs up seniors
Over age 50 and want to take
an AARP driving refresher course
to save money on your car insur-
ance? If the answer is yes but you
still work, then an upcoming two-
night class is for you.
It's being offered at Mariners
Hospital in Tavernier from 6 to 9


p.m. Feb. 21 and 22. Most auto
insurance companies provide a
multiyear discount to those who
graduate the AARP driver safety
class (consult your insurance
agent to find out how much of a
discount). There are no tests to-
take and membership in AARP is
not necessary. Cost is $10, which
includes a workbook based on
data collected from federal and
state agencies.


It takes 15 students to make a
class. Call instructor Mary Lou
Wilkinson at 852-1620.

Upper Keys AARP
meets on Thursday
The next meeting of the Upper
Keys AARP is Thursday from 2
to 4 p.m. at the Key Largo Civic
Club, mile marker 100 oceanside,


across from the Lions Club.
Guest speaker will be Harry
Teaford of American Home
Mortgage, who will talk about
reverse mortgages.
Also on the agenda is a sen-
iors' fair, seniors' transportation
in the Keys and to Miami, safe-
driver classes, windstorm insur-
ance and more.
For more information contact
Pam Martin at 853-0907.


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Love Forever,
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Keys Living


Step Up activities adding up in the Keys


Deadline's Friday
for art contest
promoting health
Step Up, Florida!, a
statewide campaign to promote
physical activity and healthy
lifestyles, has returned to
Monroe County with numerous
activities this month and next.
Developed by the state
Department of Health, Step Up,
Florida! is a month-long relay


that passes a "fitness flag"
along four different routes
through all 67 counties in the
state.
Among local activities:
A student art contest to
symbolize and promote Step
Up, Florida! According to Dr.
Susana May, director of the
Monroe County Health
Department, "The art should
feature messages, that promote
physical activity and healthy


Saint Peter's 17th Annual

President's Day
Flea Market and Auction
Auction preview on -
Sunday, February 18th 9:30 am 1 pm
Monday, Feb. 19, 2007
Flea Market will be 8 am to 1 pm
Auction will begin at 10:30 am
We are now accepting donations of new and used items to
be sold at theAuction and Flea Market: art, jewelry, cars,
boats, furniture, tools, sporting equipment, etc.
Dealers must stay until 1 pm
First come, first serve
$25 each spot (15'x25')
$5 extra for corner
Refreshments served by Ladies Guild
NO FOOD VENDORS PLEASE
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living objectives. Messages
should be directed to persons of
any age group ranging from
youth to seniors."
The contest is open to all stu-
dents in Monroe County. Black
and white or full-color originals
in one of the following can be
submitted: Illustration, photog-
raphy, fine-art painting, and
mixed media. Art must be for-
matted to no larger than 36
inches by 24 inches.
Entries must be submitted no
later than 5 p.m. this Friday.
Entries will be judged at the
Monroe County Department of
Health in Marathon, and may be
submitted at any Health
Department location: 3333
Overseas Highway, Marathon;
50 Highpoint Road in
Tavernier; or 1100 Simonton
St., Key West.
Winners will be announced
Feb. 23 at 4 p.m. at Healthfest
Key West at the Douglass Gym
in Key West. First-, second- and


third-place entries will receive
prizes.
A nature walk and beach
cleanup at Bahia Honda State
Park starting at 9 a.m. Monday.
It will kick off at the Wings and
Waves Butterfly Garden, with
participants then proceeding
down Loggerhead Beach.
Participants should wear gloves
and old shoes. Entry to the park
is free to participants that day.
Coral Shores High School
in Tavernier will hold intramu-
ral physical fitness competitions
from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Feb. 23. The
public is invited.
Kayak enthusiasts and
first-timers will get a chance to
stretch their muscles 10 a.m. to
noon Feb. 23, as Florida Bay
Outfitters in Key Largo offers
discounts on kayak tours of up
to five miles to anyone who
mentions Step Up, Florida!
Healthfest 2007 will bring
a variety of health services and
activities to Douglass Gym in


Key West from 3 to 6 p.m. Feb.
23. Festival-goers will be
offered free screenings for high
blood pressure, osteoporosis,
cardiovascular disease, glucose
levels and HIV. Also available
is information on how to quit
smoking, and healthy cooking
and exercise demonstrations.
Children can participate in a
fun run and basketball hoop
contest.
+ The Smart Ride will draw
hundreds of bicyclists to the
Florida Keys in a two-day tour
to promote physical fitness, as
well as raise much-needed
money funds to support six
South Florida nonprofit AIDS
service organizations, including
AIDS Help of the Keys. The
ride will be held March 30 and
31, opening in Miami and con-
cluding in Key West.
For more information on any
of these activities, call Gerri
White at the Health Department
at 293-7528.


NEW SHRINE OFFICERS: Mahi Shrine 2007 Illustrious Potentate Jorge Sibila installed officers
and directors of the Marathon Shrine Club, Royal Pirates Club and Marathon Shrine Club
Keyettes of Mahi Shrine Jan. 28 at the Marathon Yacht Club. Shrine officers are President
Dan Cochran, First Vice President David Ruthenberg, Second Vice President Phil Shropshire,
Secretary/Treasurer Bill Wilkinson, and directors Tucker DeGraw (one year) and Kurt Joseph
(three years).


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Challenge Day
reunion is Friday

The Monroe Youth Challenge
Program, which hosts Challenge
Days in Monroe County to foster
acceptance among students, has
an open invitation for volunteer
adults to help students connect
Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. at Stanley
Switlik Elementary School in
Marathon, where 75 teenagers
plan to converge at the first-ever


Challenge Day Reunion.
Adult volunteers are needed to
interact in small groups and sup-
port the training facilitators.
Contact Michele Sutter in the
Upper Keys at 852-1664, Natalie
Gimer in the Middle Keys at 289-
2206 or Mindy Vinson in Key
West at 293-1549 Ext. 422.
The Monroe Youth Challenge
Program is a project of the Monroe
County Education Foundation to
foster acceptance, respect and suc-
cess in the youth of Monroe County.


Dolphin dinner
on Friday's plate

The Knights of Columbus, St.
Peter Catholic Church Ladies
Guild and church Youth Group
are cooking a grilled/fried dol-
phin dinner at the church Friday
from 5 to 7 p.m. It includes cof-
fee, tea and dessert.
Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for
kids under 10. There will be live
music.


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Upper Keys gardeners
gathering Tuesday

The Upper Keys Garden Club
has its next monthly meeting at
11:30 a.m. Feb. 20 at the Francis
Tracy Garden Center, mile
marker 94 bayside. Guests are
welcome. Call Sherry at 852-
0884.

Lower Keys car
show is Sunday

The Florida Keys Southern-
most Car Club holds its next
monthly show noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday at Knuckleheads Bar &
Grill at mile marker 15.
Club members seek new
members for a full schedule of
shows and events. For more
information contact Dick Moody
at 942-1758 or Curry Blackwell
at 304-2752.

Shriners collecting
in the Middle Keys

The Marathon Shrine Club is
conducting its annual fundraising
drive Saturday at several loca-
tions around the Middle Keys.
All collections will be used
for the benefit of the Shriners' 22
hospitals for crippled and burned
children, and a transportation
fund that gets the children in
need to treatment centers, pre-
dominantly the Shrine Hospital
in Tampa.
Shriners will be collecting at
Publix and Winn-Dixie, and at
U.S. 1 and 109th Street, from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Also, anyone who knows of a
child under age 18 that needs of
any type or orthopedic or burn
treatment can call (800) 237-
5055.

Key Largo shelter
plans free spay day

The next Key Largo Animal
Shelter free spay day is Feb. 22
at the shelter. For appointments,
call Marsha at 451-0088.

Marathon gardeners
schedule home tour

Some of the finest homes and
most interesting gardens in the
Middle Keys are to be open to
the public for one day during the
Marathon Garden Club's 31st
annual House & Garden Tour,
March 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Homes on Coco Plum and
Sombrero Isle are to highlight a


day designed to inspire wide-
eyed interest and dozens of
exciting ideas for home and
yard.
The recently restored grounds
at the garden club, mile marker


50 bayside, also are to be open
for exploration for the day.
Interiors ranging from the
elegant to eclectic, wall art and
table decor are just some of the
design motifs to be on display.


The gardens and landscapes
on the tour are expected to
enlighten and entertain.
Admission is $15 per person,
including refreshments. Tickets
can be purchased at the Garden


Club or on tour day at any of the
homes on the tour.
For more information and a
list of featured homes, contact
the Marathon Garden Club at
743-4971.


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Author Lowe speaks
Monday at Tropic
The next Friends of the
Library Lecture Series event in
Key West continues Monday
with a presentation including
slides on French designer Coco
Chanel by cultural historian and
author David Garrard Lowe.


The program begins at 6 p.m.
and will be held at the Tropic
Cinema at 416 Eaton St.
Admission is free but seating is
limited and available on a first-
come, first served basis.
Lowe's articles have
appeared in, among other publi-
cations, The New York Times,
Wall Street Journal, American
Heritage, House & Garden, and


City Journal. He also wrote sev-
eral books including "Beaux
Arts New York" (Watson-
Guptill), "Art Deco New York"
(Watson-Guptill) and"Lost
Chicago" (Houghton Mifflin
Watson-Guptill).

Hospice/VNA honor
those who've died
Hospice of the Florida
Keys/Visiting Nurse Assocation
invites all who lost a loved one
this past year to a remember-


ance ceremony at the Hospice
office at mile marker 92.1 ocean
at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 21.
A candle will be lighted in
each of the names of those who
have died. There also will be
meditaions, readings and con-
versation.
Call Liz Adams at 852-7887
for specifics.

Firefighters hold
fish fry on Sunday
The Sugarloaf Key Volunteer


Fire Department annual fish-fry
fundraiser is set for Sunday,
noon to 4 p.m. at the fire sta-
tion, mile marker 17.5.
Lunch includes a choice of
fried dolphin or barbecue chick-
en for $10, and free hot dogs for
children. There will also book,
bake, white-elephant and plant
sales.
Donations will be accepted.
Call 745-4001 to arrange for
pick-up of very large items or
call Pam Carroll at 745-2583
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Skate competition
takes place Friday

The Marathon Parks and
Recreation Department is
holding a skateboard competi-
tion at the new skate park at
the Community Park at 7 p.m.
Friday.
Boys and girls ages 10 to
18 can compete in three dif-
ferent divisions based on skill
level and can win prizes
donated by Overseas
Outfitters in Marathon. Events
include best trick and timed
runs through the park's ramps
and rails.
Cost is $5 per entrant and
includes pizza and sodas.
Raffle tickets will also be sold
for door prizes, including
skateboard decks and back-
packs.
For more information, call
743-6598.

Golf tourney helps
shelter for women

"George Washington" and
other historic characters will
join Keys golfers for the inau-
gural President's Day Golf.
Tournament to be held Feb.
19 at the Key West Golf Club.
The four-person scramble
will tee off starting at 1 p.m.
Cost is $100.
Money raised will help
complete Kathy's Hope,
scheduled to open later this
year in Key West. It's a new
building adjacent to Samuel's
House that will accommodate
up to 16 homeless women and
their children who need addi-
tional healing time after their
90-day residencies expire at
the Samuel's House women's
shelter. Samuel's House is the
only women's shelter in Key
West.
For more information calf
(305) 240-1740 or 923-9922.

Marathon softball
signing up girls

The Marathon Youth Club
Little League softball program
is signing up players 10 a.m.
to noon Saturday and Feb. 24
at the Stanley Switlik
Elementary School softball
field. It's.for girls ages 7 to
12.
Questions? Call Tom
Bottomley at 731-7475.


4 head to state wrestle meet


Mazur, Soares
second, third
in the regional

Two Coral Shores wrestlers
head for Lakeland this week.
Senior James Mazur at 130
pounds and junior 135-pounder
Jason Soares have each qualified
for the Florida Class A
Championships meet, running
Thursday through Saturday.
Soares finished second and
Mazur took third in their weight-
class brackets at last weekend's
Region 4-A meet at Cardinal
Gibbons High School in Fort
Lauderdale.
The top four regional finish-
ers earn a chance to compete at
the state meet.
Mazur assembled a 39-2


record and won a district cham-
pionship (his third in four years)
to get his first trip to the finals at
the Lakeland Civic Center.
He went 4-1 at the regionals,
opening with two pins before
running into Wilson Metelius
from Monsignor Pace in the
quarterfinals. Metelius won a
close 7-4 points decision.
Moved to the lower bracket,
Mazur answered with a 13-2
decision over Nicholis Alvares
of Florida Christian.
Mazur then won the consola-
tion bracket, and the third-place
finish, by pinning Cardinal
Gibbons' Chad Mazurek.
Soares (25-4) reached the
regional weight-class final, get-

See SHORES / 26


Major, Genchi
bring combined
62-5 record
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

For Key West High School
wrestlers Ralph Major and
Devin Genchi, it's on to the
state tournament. For teammate
John Bader, it's heartbreak for
the third consecutive year.
Major went 4-0 last weekend
in the 189-pound class of the
Region 4-1A meet at Cardinal
Gibbons High School in Fort
Lauderdale to advance to this
week's state tournament at the
Lakeland Center for the second
consecutive year. The junior is
39-1 for the season.


Genchi, a senior, was 3-0
before losing in the title match
in the 215-pound class. He will
go to the state meet for the first
time, taking a 29-4 record a lit-
tle more than a year after taking
up the sport.
The 171-pound Bader had
predicted all season that this
would finally be the year he
made states after missing by one
match going in his sophomore
and junior seasons.
Saturday, however, it hap-
pened again.
"He gave it his best shot but
his choice of moves [in the
semifinal match] didn't work,"
coach John Moeller said. "He
was just crushed by the defeat.


See CONCHS / 26


The Key West High School
soccer team's run toward a state
semifinal appearance ended
Friday night when the Conchs
lost to Merritt Island, 3-1, in the
Region 4-4A championship
game.
About 300 noisy red-clad
Conch fans made the 270-mile
trip to the Brevard County
school to support a team that had
won their hearts in a thrilling
postseason, but in the end an
undefeated Merritt Island team
proved to be too much.
So it will be the 28-0-0
Mustangs who will play in the
state semifinals Friday night at
Lockhart Stadium in Fort
Lauderdale. Key West had hoped
to reach that pinnacle for the first
time.
Merritt Island is the No. 1
feam in the nation, according to
rankings released Tuesday by
the National Association of
Soccer Coaches of America.
"The difference was that they
controlled every ball in the air,"
coach Jason Clifford said of the
taller Mustangs. "We could not
compete' with them physically
when the ball left the ground."

See SOCCER /28


Photo by RACHEL OROREZA
An estimated 300 to 350 Conch faithful made the trip to Merrit Island for the boys' soccer team's
Region 4-4A title game. The Conchs' run ended on the Brevard County field., -,. ,
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28-0-0 Mustangs
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for title shot
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Keynoter Contributor






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Conchs stretch Southridge


But Key West
falls just short
in 12 innings
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


The young Key West High
School baseball team didn't win
the game, but its effort Saturday
night will be etched for some time
in the minds of Conch fans and
coach Miguel Menendez.
"I thought our kids showed a lot
of heart in battling and I never
thought they were out of the
game," Menendez said Monday,
looking back on the 10-7, 12-
inning loss to Southridge in the title
game of the Orion Bank Preseason
Classic at Rex Weech Field.
The Conchs scored five runs in
the bottom of the seventh to send
the game into extra innings.
The rally began when freshman
left fielder Nolan Thomas doubled.
Another freshman, center fielder
Michael Arencibia, had a key hit in
the rally as did veterans Raiko
Alfonso and Artie Grizzle, whose
two-run single tied the game.
The game stayed tied until
Southridge scored three runs in the


top of the 12th.
Thomas and Arencibia were in
a starting lineup that included two
sophomores second baseman
Frankie Ratcliff and third baseman
Charlie :Walker-Yhap. The poise
all four showed in their first week-
end of varsity competition did not
surprise Menendez.
"They believe they are good,"
he said. "They believe that they
belong and they have supreme
confidence. They knew we had
openings on the varsity and they
practiced all fall like they wanted
to start."
Thomas, a left-handed batter
who had two doubles in the game,
was especially impressive. "He
knows he can play and it shows
when he performs," Menendez
said.
Key West's starting pitcher,
senior Daniel Foltz, gave up two
runs and struck out four in five
innings.
Junior Blayne Weller came in in
the sixth and allowed five
unearned runs, but then went on to
pitch five scoreless innings.
Southridge got its three runs in the
12th off sophomore Pedro
Arencibia.


Menendez said he told his
coaches he believed the Conchs
would score six runs in the seventh
and win the game. "There is some-
thing about this group that is mak-
ing be a believer," he said. "I think
this team is going to surprise peo-
ple."

Conchs 13, Fins 5
In the first round of the week-/
end tournament Friday night, Key
West scored eight runs in the
fourth inning after Marathon' had
taken a 5-3 lead in the top of the
inning on a three-run homer by
Sean O'Connor.
"He picked up where he left
off," Marathon coach Luis Leal
said of O'Connor, who led the
Dolphins in all offensive cate-
gories last season.
Nolan Thomas started the
Conchs' rally with a double and
Michael Arencibia kept it going
with a two-run triple.
Radier Gonzalez was the win-
ning pitcher and Toby Eigner took
the loss. Marathon committed six
errors.
The Conchs will play at home
against Westwood Christian at 8
p.m. Thursday in the first round of
the Bash at the Beach six-team
tournament.


Teammates just miss qualifying


SHORES / From 25

ting a pin in his opening match
against Jordan Savariego from
St. Andrews.
He beat Robbie Stafford from
Jensen Beach, 13-4, then
outscored Justin Bass of
Cardinal Gibbons, 13-5, in the
semifinals.
In the 135-pound title match,
Tucker Raich from Jupiter
Christian scored a victory by pin.
Coral Shores, coached by
Andy Mazur and Harp
Heffernan, saw all nine


Hurricane
wrestlers
reach the
regional tour-
nament.
Yordan
Polanco, a
Coral Shores
district champ
at 112, was
MAZUR stopped after
going 1-2 at the regional.
Hurricane teammates Alan
Neuvil (103), Jordan Brown
(140), Mike Martinez.(152), Paul
MacShane (119) and heavy-
weight Eric Viergutz each scored


one match
victory and
lost twice on
the first day to
be eliminated.
Senior
M i k e
'-i' Wilkinson at
215 opened
with a region-
SOARES al win, but
was pinned by the eventual class
champ in the second round. That
loss bumped Wilkinson to the
consolation bracket, where he
scored a win by pin before being
knocked out on a points loss.


Top-six finish expected for both


CONCHS / From 25

He went out and sobbed but an
hour and a half later he was kid-
ding around and back to his nor-
mal self."
Two other Conch wrestlers,
119-pound Dylan Barber and
140-pound Trey Key, also came
within a match of qualifying for
Sthe state meet.
"It was a tremendous accom-
plishment. for both," Moeller
said. "Dylan is only a freshman


and Trey has been wrestling for
only nine weeks."
Major became regional
champion by defeating Ronald
Andre St. Gerard of Hollywood
Chaminade-Madonna in double
overtime. The match finally
ended after Major got St. Gerard
in' a cradle and put him on his
back for a three-point near fall.
Genchi lost his title match, 5-
2, when he was put on his back
.by Chaminade-Madonna's
Xavier Stinson. :
"He is just amazing," Moeller


said of Genchi, a football player
who had no wrestling experi-
ence before joining the team late
last season. But after attending a
summer wrestling camp, Genchi
won his first 15 matches this
season, most by quick pins.
Moeller expects Genchi to
finish in the top six at Lakeland;
he expects Major to be in the top
three, if not champion:
If either two make it to the
championship match, Moeller
will watch in a suit and tie it's
a wrestling tradition.


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SOCCER / From 25 Scooty Carey, who told Florida
Today, "They had to ride forever
The game was scoreless until to get here and still played well.
Merritt Island's Danny Monje's They had a tremendous work
20-yard kick went through the rate. They put us under tremen-
hands of Odone Pierre and into dous pressure for the entire 80
the.net with 12 minutes left in- minutes."
the first half. Pierre, a sweeper, It was the last game for 12
was in goal because keeper seniors. The only returning next
Robbie Hogan had been given a players next season will be jun-
yellow for an illegal hand ball. ior Marlon Briones and fresh-
After a second-half goal by men Zach Harden, Cale Hartle,
Ian Stoll made it 2-0, Key West's Rennie Joris and Trevoi Gordon.
Alex Mendieta beat the last Clifford has mixed feelings
defender and chipped the ball about the immediate future.
over the keeper for the Conchs' "I am not sure [the success]
only goal. .will carry over," he said. "With
"That picked up the team," so few freshmen involved in this
Clifford said. year's effort, there will not be an
But just three minutes later, understanding for the future
Eric Lynch shook off two teams of the work required to get
defenders and beat Hogan to to the point we got this season."
make it 3-1. But in the long term, he said,
"That deflated us," Clifford the excitement generated by the
said. "We pushed forward trying Conchs when they won their
to get a second quick goal. first two regional games at
Normally, just after a goal a Tommy Roberts Memorial
team is vulnerable. I guess it was Stadium "will bring out many of
us more than them." the younger kids to support the
:T'Ihe Conchs, who finished the ;program and be part of soccer in
season 18-6-6, recei ed praie Key West."


weekend that didn't go so well
for the Dolphins.
Marathon is scheduled to
face West Boca Raton at 1 p.m.
Thursday and then play
Westwood Christian at 2:30
p.m. Friday at Rex We'ech
Field in Key West as part of
the Bash at the Beach tourna-
ment.
Marathon coach Luis Leal
said he hopes his young play-
ers shake off the 21-0 loss to
Eagle's View Academy in a
preseason game Saturday and
play more like they did in the
first half of a 15-5 preseason
loss to Key West Friday.
"We were beating Key West
for a while, and we were up 5-
3 when Sean O'Connor hit a
three-run homer in the third,"
Leal said. "But the thing that
killed us is that we have no
depth at pitching."
Starting sophomore Toby
Eigner was controlled through
the first three innings, but
fatigue quickly set in and Key
West's talented offense capital-
ized. Eigner gave up a total of
eight runs on eight hits.
Sophomore Blaine Connell
came in for relief in the fourth
inning but looked shaky,
allowing five earned runs on
three hits and four walks.
Junior George Hoffman fin-


ished the last third of the sixth
inning with two earned runs off
one hit a one walk.
However, Leal said pitching
was only part of the Dolphins'
problems, which also included
six errors.
In the following game
Saturday, the Dolphins com-
mitted four errors and could
post only one hit by Jay
Hegland in the 21-0 loss.
"We just need to make the
routine plays, and a lot of stuff
was simple errors in rushing
throws, not catching fly balls,"
Leal said. "They were begin-
ning of the year-type mistakes.
If they are making these mis-
takes midway through the sea-
son, that won't be acceptable."
Leal said the fielding will
have to improve to have any
sort of success in this week's
tournament, and he'll need
inspired performances from his
young pitchers.
"I'm just hoping that now
that we've got two games
under our belt, our fielders can
make the routine plays and we
don't give teams extra chances
to score," Leal said. "As for
pitching, I hope our guys can
just throw a few more strikes."
Leal said freshman Thomas
Ryan will start against West
Boca Raton on Thursday and
Eigner will start against
Westwood Christian Friday.


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Farr returns to lead Hurricane lacrosse


Coral Shores


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7 p.m.


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Thursday


By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com


The second generation of
Coral Shores boys lacrosse play-
ers takes over this week as the
Hurricane program enters its
third year as a varsity sport.
After evolving from a club
sport into a state-sanctioned pro-
gram, the Canes graduated 11
seniors last year, including the
core group that launched Coral
Shores lacrosse.
Head coach Mark Hall and
new associate head coach Erik
Bryan know it will be difficult to
make up for the loss of all-time
leading scorer Mathew Hall (77
career goals) and all-district
defender Keith Engelmeyer.
But the team's most-valuable
player from last spring, goalie
D.J. Farr, returns to the net
where he averaged nearly 19
saves per game in 2006's 4-10
season.
Jake Pinder, a junior veteran,
leads the field defense as a team
captain. "Pinder is playing at a
very high level," Hall said.
Senior midfielder Mike
Gregory is an aggressive defen-
sive player who is a scoring


threat, coaches said. Eric Waite
also returns on defense.
Offensively, Coral Shores
looks for scoring from returning
attackers Alex Burchfield (six
goals in 2006), Artie Hernandez
and Carlos Perez. Matt Walwer
is expected to join the scoring
mix along with veterans Ian
O'Hara, William Guy, Stephen
Lavene and Alex Stoll.
With lacrosse relatively new
to the Keys, Coral Shores must
rely on contributions from ath-
letes still learning the sport.
Billy Hart, Chris Rini, Peter
Zijic, Dylan Mats, Joey
Spaulding and Will Erickson
will work on the defensive end.
Robert DeSantis, Chris
Engel, Ian Holtzworth, Elves
Sosa, Leo Molina and Louis
Diaz could make an impact as
newcomers.
The freshman trio of Dylan
Mats, Jerry Renfroe and Benny
Spaulding move into the Coral
Shores varsity program as the
first players who played at the
Plantation Middle School pro-
gram.
"The previous year of playing
experience really shows in how
well these three freshmen are
playing at the high-school
level," Hall said.
In 2008, he noted, the pro-
gram could see a freshman class
of 26 arriving with middle-


Lady Canes host pair


Killian visits
today, then it's
Palmer Thursday
Keynoter Staff

The Coral Shores Lady
Hurricane lacrosse team goes
back-to-back with two home
games to open its first full sea-
son.
The girls' squad is slated to
open at 6 p.m. today against
Killian, and then take on Palmer
Trinity at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
Both games will be played at the
Coral Shores football field.
Coaches Mark Hall, John
Jamagin and Cindy Hall have
compiled a full 12-game sched-
ule, after the girls' program
made its debut last spring with a
six-game slate.
The Lady Hurricanes tuned


up for the season last weekend in
a preseason jamboree, playing
four 20-minute scrimmages.
"It was very impressive to see
how quickly the girls started
playing at a high level, consider-
ing how many players are brand
new," Hall said.
Returning veterans include
Rachel Cantanio, Darcie
Spaulding and Xotchil Musser.
Other players expected to con-
tribute include Margaret Amaya,
Lindsey Burley, Lexi Glista,
Monica Gonzalez, Corinna
Hablig, Mycle Hopman, Merritt
Johnson, Marissa Millman,
Melissa Mott, Anna Noe,
Vallarie Ostenson, Alison
Raines, Melissa Sante, Kelsey
Seyfried, Sarah Taylor,
Samantha Valdez and Brittany
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school experience.
"The future is very bright for
lacrosse in the Upper Keys," he
said.
In the present, the Hurricanes
still have to deal with South


Florida rivals like Gulliver Prep,
Ransom Everglades and St.
Andrews, which have long-
established lacrosse programs.
At 7 p.m. Thursday, the boys'
team opens the home schedule


against Palmer Trinity, then vis-
its Gulliver Prep on Feb. 21.
Results from a scheduled
Tuesday trip to Ransom
Everglades were not available at
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By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

The season fell short in wins
but not in progress, Coral Shores
boys basketball coach Andy
Thiery said.
"In terms of our record, it was
not as successful as we wanted,"
he said after the Hurricanes were
knocked from the District 16-3A
Tournament.
"The 5-15 [record] looks terri-
ble," he said. "But as the year
ended, we were closing the gap
on all these teams that beat us
pretty badly in the early season."
Coral Shores beat Maritime
and Science Technology


Academy, 72-49, in the tourna-
ment opener Feb. 5 behind
Randall Jackman's 18-point game
that included three 3-pointers.
That put the Canes against top-
seeded Gulliver Prep in the Feb. 7
district semifinal. Coral Shores
surprised the favored Raiders by
staying close through the first
half.
Senior center Peter Zijac did
an excellent job as "quarterback,"
making the right in-bounds passes
to beat Gulliver's fierce pressure
defense.
"Peter didn't score a lot but it
may have been his best game of
the year," Thiery said.
Coral Shores went into half-
time down only 38-31. But Zijac
was hobbled by an ankle injury,
and a lineup shift let Gulliver take
control on the way to an 85-46
final. "That changed everything
that was working," Thiery said.
Junior forward Chris Noble,
the Canes' leading scorer this
year, had a team-high 13 points
against Gulliver. Stephen Fowler


Westminster
easily handles
softball squad
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor


Mayor Morgan McPherson
tossed out the ceremonial first
pitch as the Key West High
School softball team opened its
home season Saturday on a
sunny, hopeful afternoon.
Moments later, the Conchs
were behind, 5-0. Things didn't
get much better as they lost both
ends of a doubleheader, 6-2 and
11-0, to Westminster Christian.
"They're a club team that
plays year round, and they
looked like they were in mid-
season form," new Key West
coach David Gootee said. "It
was disappointing, but we'll get
there."
In the first inning of the first
game, the Warriors parlayed four
hits and two errors by pitcher
Lindsay Yochum into five runs.
Yochum allowed only one
run the rest of the way, giving
the Conchs a chance to fight
back.
In the fifth with the bases
loaded, Ashley Henriquez drove


in two runs with a line-drive
double off the glove of the cen-
ter fielder. The Conchs had
another bases-loaded opportuni-
ty later in the inning, but Allison
Baker grounded out.
Key West loaded the bases
yet again in the sixth, but
Henriquez swung at a low inside
pitch and dribbled it back to the
mound to end the inning.
Gootee called on center field-
er Henriquez to pitch the second
game, but the senior, who does-
n't like to pitch, looked unenthu-
siastic as she erratically warmed
up.
In the first inning, she gave
up a walk and threw two wild
pitches, helping Westminster
Christian gain a 3-0 lead. She
retired the side in the second, but
in the third she threw another
wild pitch and walked five more
batters. After a single extended
the Warriors' lead to 8-0, Gootee
replaced Henriquez with
Yochum.
The Conchs managed only
two hits both by Jianna
Hernandez against Warrior
pitcher Kat Powell.
Key West (1-2) will play host
to Coral Reef at 6 p.m. Friday
and at noon Saturday.


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closed out his junior season with a
solid 10-point game.
Sammy Leon hit two 3-point-
ers for six points, and guard Brett
Smith scored six points. Randall
Jackman had four points and Ray
Jobi had three. Zijac and Emmett
Walsh each scored a bucket.
Zijac, Walsh and Jobi graduate
from the squad. "We'll miss those
guys," said Thiery, "but we've got
a lot of kids we expect to come
back."
Those include Noble, who
worked to improve his game in
the off-season and became the
most consistent player on the ros-
ter.
Starting guards Smith and
Jackman are eligible to return, as
are long-range specialist Sammy
Leon and regular forward Fowler.
Max Disser and other roster
members could see more playing
time next winter.
"We got better as the season
went on, and the guys always
played hard," Thiery said. "We'll
try to get to a camp over the sum-
mer and see if we can keep it
going."


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ys briefs


Community Classic
going Keyswide

The Marathon Community
Classic has a different name
in this. its third year But
that's because it s growing
be) ond the Middle Keys.
Now called the Florida
KeN s Community Classic. the
tournament has gone county-
wide It was founded bN cap-
tains Bill and Mary Samples
to raise monet for Veterans
Haven, a nonprofit trying to
build a shelter for Keys mili-
tary veterans.
Bill Sampsel says that last
year, local captains and some
private boats took out 140 'vet-
erans for a day of fishing fol-
lowed up by a banquet. This
year, he hopes that number
swells, as the tournament will
be an anglers' tournament
instead of a boat tournament.
alloi mng more people to fish.
Sanipsel says the tourna-
ment starts June 5 with a free
veterans' fishing day, followed
with a captains' meeting to be
held on June 7 and then the
actual tournament June 8 and
9. June 10 will be the awards
dinner at the Marathon
Community Park.
Sampel says there is
$50,000 in cash and prizes up
for grabs.
To find out more, call:
In the Middle Keys, Bill
Sampsel at 731-9059 or Mary
Sampsel at 942-1825, or Capt.
Bob Kidwell at 731-6949.
In Islamorada, Capt.
Skip Bradeen at 852-8477 or
481-5151, or Gary Johnson at
852-7104.
On Big Pine, Santi
Mansito at 872-8996 or 879-
2289, or
In Key West. Main
Alsobrooks at 393-3171 or
Linda Alsobrooks at 395-
3171.
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Rod Benders and


Dolphin Dollars emerge


Metzler, Ferrise Th i


help kids learn
art of fishing

One would think that living in
an area like the Keys that chil-
dren, for the most part, would
have been born with a fishing rod
melded to their hands. Truth be
told, that is far from reality,
which is sad.
But at Stanley Switlik
Elementary School in Marathon,
two men hop to change that one
child at a time. Their names are
Kirk Metzler and Steve Ferrise.
With the support of Principal
Barbara Wright, Metzler and
Ferrise have been spending
recesses twice a week, which
also are these men's lunch
breaks, teaching Switlik kids the
basics of fishing.
It started innocently with one
phone call, according to Metzler.
"I read in the Keynoter last
year that Jim Trice from the
Islamorada Fishing Club gave
away fishing rods to Coral
Shores High School students and
the article contained Jim's con-
tact information. I contacted him
and through Switlik, they got the
process rolling. With the help of
the Fishing Club, we then
received 130 fishing rods."
And such began the Rod
Benders Club.
Metzler, who works in the
Maintenance Department at
Switlik, is a captain who has
been in the Keys more than six
years, moving from his home in
upstate New York. He found it
hard to believe that most of the
children he and Ferrise are inter-
acting with daily have never
fished before.
"It's truly amazing how few
have fished in their life. Whether
their parents have never taken
them or they were just never
given a start, I'm amazed that we
are surrounded by water and so
few have even held a fishing
rod."
Metzler said student interest
in the Rod Benders Club was less
than enthusiastic at the begin-
ning.
"It started a little slow a cou-
ple of months ago just because
the kids didn't quite realize what
we were doing. Only a few kids
showed up just out of curiosity.
Well, they had fun and the next
recess, they brought their friends
and then more kids started show-


Capt. Kirk Metzler (front) teaches a Switlik student how to set a
drag with Capt. Steve Ferrise (background) helping another
Rod Bender Club member.


Cal Sutphin


ing up.
Well, now,
let's just
say Steve
and I am
busy out
there."
Y o u
know the
old adage
of don't
ask for
what you
w a n t,
because
you just


might get it?
Now, more than 100 students
are part of the Rod Benders
Club, and with no end in sight.
Metzler and Ferrise felt com-
pelled to get involved because of
their love for fishing.
"When the fishing rods came
in from the Islamorada Fishing
Club, we wanted to take it to the
next level. We wanted to not just


teach the children how to reel;
we want to teach why you set a
drag, how you handle a fish
properly to release it healthy,
how to fight a fish without losing
it, how to tie hooks on a line, law
enforcement, boat safety, and
fish identification," Metzler
says.
"The easy way out would
have been to just hand out the
130 rods to the first children who
asked, but that is not what it is
about."
He adds, "I love fishing and I
think all children deserve the
chance to fall in love with it like
I have."
Metzler had the opportunity
to talk about the Rod Benders on
my "From the Water" show on
WFFG AM-1300, and the sup-
port from the community imme-
diately started snowballing.
Phone calls came from local


See SUTPHIN / 34


The following Keys fish-
ing tournaments are
planned. Contact the list-
ed numbers, as details
can change:

February to be
announced: Poor Girls
Sailfish Tournament. Key
Largo and Islamorada.
This popular tournament
typically draws more than
200 anglers. Contact
Mark Mills at 852-9085.
March 2 and 3:
Backbone Lures Fish 'Til
You Lose It. Islamorada.
Anglers compete to
catch the finned denizens
of the flats and back-
country, fishing with one
lure until they lose it.
Contact Paul Tejera at
393-2156 or send an e-
mail to captbackbone@
aol.com.
March 2 to 4: Capt.
Leon Shell Memorial
Billfish Tournament. Key
Colony Beach. The tour-
nament benefits Hospice
of the Florida Keys.
Contact Terry Fisher at
289-1310 or write to RO.
Box 510910, Key Colony
Beach, FL 33051-0910.
March 9 to 11: Key
West Fishing Tournament
Kick-off. Key West and
Lower Keys. Targeting mul-
tiple species, this annual
challenge starts a season-
long tournament. Contact
Doris Harris at (800) 970-
9056 or 295-6601, by e-
mail at director@keywest-
fishing tournament.com,
or visit www.keywestfish-
ingtour nament.com.
March 9 to Nov. 30:
Key West Fishing
Tournament. This popular
8.5-month competition
targets more than 40
species of fish. Contact
Doris Harris at 295-6601 or
(800) 970-9056, by e-mail
at director @keywesffish-
ingtour nament.com, or
visit www .keywesffishing-
tournament .com.
March 27 to 30:
Islamorada All-Tackle
Spring Bonefish
Tournament. Anglers com-
pete to catch the gray
ghost of the flats in the
legendary shallows sur-
rounding Islamorada. This
all-release tournament
features trophies and
prizes. Contact Jim Bokor
at 852-1694 or by e-mail
at jabok@aol.com.


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Wednesday, February 14, 2007 ,, N


Sails and kings are the royalty, for the most part


But numerous
other species
definitely there
Was it nice this past week
with the warm temperatures and
the calm seas (save for Sunday
and Monday?) All over the Keys,
reports of activity have skyrock-
eted in just about every venue.
Actually, they should have,
with the sheer numbers of boats
out there. With the conditions
and all of those lines in the
water, it is only right to have
good reports.
There was a good run on sail-
fish and kings all last week
throughout most of the Middle
Keys, with the best bite reported
from just west of Tennessee
Light to several miles east of the
light. Conditions in some of the
areas were almost what is com-
monly called tailing conditions,
with an extremely strong current
headed to the east.
Live baits created the most
action, but was not limited to it.
Trolled rigged ballyhoo, lures
and even just casting large jigs at
sails found balling baits were all
productive. Dolphin were also
located in the mix, along with
some small tunas. Most of this
activity stayed within 4 miles of
the reef line, with a few excep-
tions.
Good-sized schools of king-
fish ranging from 8 to 15 pounds
interrupted boats working just
off the reef line, with some nice
smokers of 30-plus pounds
mixed in. Several reports of very
nice schools of dolphin were
along the current rip of the inside
edge of the Gulf Stream, which
has varied in location all week.
One captain reported sighting
so many birds working over a
large school that it reminded him
of summer. Now understand, not
everyone hit these fish. In fact, I
talked with quite a few anglers
that were wondering where all of
these dolphin were, as they did
not see a fish; it is not hard to
miss action that is concentrated
in small areas, say, within half an
acre when on the open ocean.
That is why you are always mov-
ing around out there, to cover
ground.
Nice mackerel have been all
along the reef, as well as in
Hawk Channel. Bottom fishing
throughout the reef has been
very good. I have seen photos
from recreational anglers of
some huge black grouper they
captured recently. One appeared
to be in excess of 60 pounds,
although it never actually hit a
scale prior to filleting; the angler


Dave Navarro


wanted it
that way so
it could be
as large as
his memory
would
allow. Most
of these
fish I heard
about were
caught
along the
edge of the
reef, from
55 to 110
feet of


water.
This edge s home to numer-
ous species of fish and allows
several types of fishing all at
once. It is not uncommon, for
example, to be fishing for yel-
lowtail and grouper on the bot-
tom while maintaining a flat line
with a large rigged or live bait
for sailfish or kingfish. It's a
wild place to fish, with lots of
options.
Another area that will have
more options than most think of
is Hawk Channel.
The varying depths along
with the subtle humps and
bumps that dot the channel will
be the main topic of this week's
free fishing seminar, at 6 p.m.
Thursday in our outdoor
amphitheater at our Marine
Educational Center, mile marker
50.
Flats fishing has come back
with a vengeance. I was looking
for the ocean side of the islands
to start being good over the
weekend and the bay side taking
a little longer.
As it turned out, both sides


have come alive as water tem-
peratures warmed much faster
than I had anticipated. Reports
throughout the Keys of five or
more bones caught in a day's
venture are common. Permit
have been showing up early, as
well, not in the huge numbers
that we see in March but they are
around.
Bayside of the islands contin-
ues to be steady with snapper
and the ever-present mackerel.
The shallows near the back
islands have been covered with
nice trout and a grab bag of other
species including reds, blues and
most colors of the rainbow, in
both challenging and sometimes
bothersome species.


Townhomes at Sister Creek
is a gated community of 29 single-family residences
situated in the heart of the Florida Keys in the city of Marathon.

Iach unit is beautifully landscaped with most units having ocean
and/or Gulf views. Each 3 bedroom/Z'/z bath Conch-style residence
has a finished, covered entry with parking for two cars and large storage area.
1,39Z sq. ft. living area High-wind package


- Security/gated


- Swimming pool


Starting at $499,500

contactt Dave Sullivan 305-731-5521

Townhomes at Sister Creek is organized as a
Homeowners Association with fee-simple ownership.


Wreck fishing this past week
15 to 50 miles out has been red
hot. All kinds of species are cov-
ering most of the larger gulf
wrecks up.


It wasn't
uncommon to
seek dolphin out
there recently,
though not as
large is this one. It
was caught
around the new
year south of
Sombrero Light
,<^ on the
'Compromise' by
S Arnold Forman, a
i-
biochemistry
doctoral
candidate from
the University of
California-Santa
Barbara with
Capt. Bob Kidwell
Sat the helm.

Capt. Dave Navarro owns the
World Class Angler in Marathon
and captain the charter boat
'Dave's Dream.'


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SUTPHIN /From 32
businesses such as the Tackle
Box, Daniel's Rod & Reel
Repair, Capt. Bill Sampsel, Big
Time Discount Tackle, Keys
Custom Rods, World Class
Angler and many others, all
showing support through dona-
tions or free fishing trips offered
to the children.
An innovative concept arose
from that support, according to
Metzler, which should maintain
the students' passion for fishing.
"The next logical step is to
take the Rod Benders fishing,
and with the local businesses
caring deeply, we are coming up
with a program called Dolphin
Dollars. Instead of gift certifi-
cates from participating busi-
nesses, we are printing up
vouchers called Dolphin Dollars
that can be spent for tackle, bait,
fishing line or fishing trips. On
the back of each dollar are the
businesses that are supporting
the Marathon children."


Metzler says, "I really hope
this program could be a blueprint
for other schools in the Keys."
According to Trice, director
of the Islamorada Fishing and
Conservation Trust, "IFACT
originally wanted to supply
needy children of the Upper
Keys with fishing rods. Last
year, my wife Sherry and I hand-
delivered over 200 fishing rods
to Upper Keys families paid for
with money raised through
IFACT fundraising. This year
with some very special people
taking the lead in the Middle
Keys, 130 more children will be
introduced to fishing."
For more information, go to
www.theislamoradafishing
club.com.
Cal Sutphin hosts 'Reelin' in
the Keys with Cal' at 8 p.m.
Monday on Comcast Channel
19. On Feb. 19, he has Capt.
Paul Tejera and Bob Care in the C
studio to show off their film work c(
on a new TV show they've put ci
together focusing on fly fishing.




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rcle hook from Capt. Dave Navarro.


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No. 0479700
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicles listed below
will be sold at public auc-
tion at All Keys Towing,
,711 Largo Road, Key
Largo, FL 33037 at 8:00
AM on February 27,
2007, in accordance to
Florida Statute Section
713.78 for unpaid towing
& storage.
1.2000 Ford Crown Vic
4drVIN#
2FAFP71W2YX190467
2.1994 Chevrolet
Camaro2drVIN#
2G1 FP22S6R2193422
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2007
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No. 0490400
NOTICE OF
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The vehicles listed below
will be sold at public
auction at All Keys
Towing, 711 Largo
Road, Key Largo, FL
33037 at 8:00 AM on
March 1,2007, in
accordance to Florida
Statute Section 713.78
for unpaid towing &
storage.
1. 1995 Mitsubitiz Eclipse
3drVIN#
4A3AK44YXSE210288
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No. 0916500
INTHECIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 07-CP-12-M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Kevin Michael Nielsen
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
-ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Kevin Michael
Nielsen, deceased, File
Number 07-CP-21M, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
500 Whitehead Street,
Key West, FL 33040.
The names and address-
es of the personal repre-
sentative and the person-
al representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED
PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
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have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the
will, the qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive, venue, orjurisdiction
of this Court are required
to file their objections with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
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NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is
served within three
months after the date of
the first publication of this
notice must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AF-
TERTHE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this Notice
is February 7, 2007.
Personal
Representative:
Karen Nielsen
11275 5th Avenue Ocean
Marathon, FL 33050
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James R. Keller
Florida Bar No. 344516
5800 Overseas Hwy,
Suite 34
Marathon, FL 33050
Telephone:
305-743-0700
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2007
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No.1083200
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 44-06-CP-281 -K
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SUSAN D. LEAKE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
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The administration of the
estate of SUSAN D.
LEAKE, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 28th, 2006, and
whose Social Security
Number is ,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Monroe County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
500 Whitehead Street,
Key West, Fl 33040. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTERTHE
TIME OFTHE FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
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MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
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WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
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NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first
publication of this notice
is February 7,2007.
Personal
Representative:
PAIGE L. MACKEY
97 Benthaven Place
Boulder, CO 80305
RICHARD E.
WARNER, P.A.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
12221 Overseas
Highway
Marathon, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305)743-6022
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The vehicles) listed
below will be sold at
public auction for cash at
Florida Keys Towing,
1620 Overseas Hwy,
Marathon, FL 33050 at
8:00 AM on February
26,2007, in accordance
to Florida Statute Section
713.78 for unpaid towing
& storage.
1. 1990 White Toyota
Camry 4 doorVIN #
4T1SV24E3LU189232
2. 1985 Blue Honda Civic
2 doorVIN#
JHMAG4313FS009394
3.1987 Black Chevy
S-10 Pick up VIN#
1GCCS14R7H2251149
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1 FTEX07L7VKC42667
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Boat TrailerVIN#
TM323V106A2300C97
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2007
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POLICY AS TO
STUDENTS
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Oceanographic Institute
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ethnic origin to all the
rights, privileges,
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Lost and Found
Lost Silver Medallion
Praying hands & Serenity
prayer. Sentimental. Big
Pine. Reward. 395-1764
170
Personals
Female Housekeeper/
companion, 70ish, to
live in w/elderly, healthy
man. Beautiful home w/
pool. Must have Driver's
License, good references
required, w/pay, days
negotiable. 664-4495
Mature white Captain
seeks that special lady
for sailing and poss. ro-
mance. Sail local & South
Seas. 305-896-7730
Wanted: Female
adventurer. Travel the
US. All expenses paid.
Stay at best resorts. Must
be in good physical cond.
to assist Ultra Racer/gold
prospector. Must be able
to drive Hummer. Great
attitude. No quitters or cry
babies. 6 mo-1year. No
work, just play. Ready...
set...go! 941-276-6363

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someone with
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with the ability to build
business in a competitive
environment.
Applicant must have
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transportation with a valid
Florida drivers license
and current insurance
coverage. Prefer
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Key West area.
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Excellent Benefits.
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The Key West Keynoter
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Marathon, FL 33050
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Big Pine Storage is
looking fora quality
Groundskeeper, valid
Driver's Lic. P/T Office
Assistant position also
avail. Mustwork Satur-
days. Call Kris: 872-2590
Boat & Car Cleaning/
Waxing, yard work,
Marathon. 4 hours per
week. $20/hour.
Call 305-743-0496
Boat yard help needed.
Exp. preferred but not
required. Salary open.
Must communicate in
English. MM 112. Call
305-451-3332.
Captain wanted for
backcountry/inshore
business. Part time/
flexible. Must have'drug
card. 393-0900
Concrete Pump Opera-
tor wanted. F/T, Will train.
FLA D.L. and good Eng-
lish nec; Middle Keys ,
pref. Lisa 305-393-0643
Construction worker.
Must have valid DL. Dock
work experience pref.
Call 743-5438
Curves of Marathon-
Fitness tech- PM shift.
Fun, outgoing, energetic,
able to multi-task.
305-619-2828
* Dockhand Needed
full time forwatersports
business. Weekends a
must. Drug free and de-
pendable. Call 731-5266
or 743-7298
Experienced
Carpenters Wanted.
Must have tools and
transportation. Please
call 305-743-0907.
Experienced
Electricians needed,
Marathon to, Key West.
Top Pay. 305-481-7182
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Experienced
Electrician wanted.
Valid Driver's License
Required. Call 743-7855.
Experienced Plumber
Contact Ernest Rhodes
Plumbing at:
305-743-7072 ask for
Desiree or Tudy.
Fishing Guides Wanted
Southeast Alaska
Fishing Lodge. USCG
Captain's License/6 Pak
required. Excellent salary
+ gratuities. Room &
Board Included. June
through September. Call
800-999-0784 or contact:
info@vesbav.com
Foster Homes Wanted
Training, Board Rate &
Support Provided.
Call Wesley House
305-289-2680
Full Time & Part Time
Front office reservationist
positions available at the
the Yellowtail Inn, Grassy
Key. Excellent salary &
benefits. Please call
743-7107 forfurther
information or stop in to
complete an application.
Furniture Store seeks
Full & part-time sales and
stocking help. Call:
743-7277 Middle Keys
'295-8430 Lower Keys
Gift Shop sales & tour
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Benefits include 2 weeks
paid vacation, 7 paid holi-
days, health insurance,
and quarterly bonuses.
Apply in person at 1109
Eaton Street, KW or 157
Industrial Rd. Big Pine


260 General
Miscellaneous

Hairdressers and Nail
Technicians. Rent,
Commission or Salary
Available. Established
clientele. Call 289-0014
Housekeeper to care for
our Dad in Islamorada.
Driver's license &
references req'd. Hours
& salary to be discussed.
Call 305-331-4386.


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CORAL REEF PARK CO.

Bahia Honda division

Is offering the following
positions:

Full time Snack Bar

P/T Divemaster

Full time Equipment Rental

P/T 50 ton Boat Captain
W/ requirement
Dive Master License

Call (305) 872-3954 for interview.
__ Benefits available. EOE



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Opportunity to learn the air conditioning trade.
Houston Air has an opening available for that
person who is serious about work and
mechanically inclined. All work in Maration.

Call 305-743-1981


City of Marathon is hiring a Parks & Recreation Program
Assistant; full time position, %$12.47 15.91 hr. Duties may include:
monitoring and supervising public use of recreational facilities, youth
and adult programs, collecting fees, record keeping, and program
Evaluations. High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
and six months experience working directly with the public in a
recreational setting preferred. Must be able to work nights and
weekends. D/Criminal Screening/Drug Test Background check
required. Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.You
can visit our web site at www.ci.marathon.fl.us for an application
and fax to 305-289-4143 or come by Human Resources located
behind City Hall, Monday Friday 9:00 am 4:00pm.









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260 General -
Miscellaneous



Key Bana Resort
-, Apparel now hiring for
full/part time salesposi-
tions in Key Colony
Beach. 305-289-1161
Leadman for
construction crew. Must
be exp. in all phases-new
home constr. 664-3030.
Maintenance person
for7 unit/10 sailboat
>" vacation property.
Housing available.
Key Largo. 453-5456
Marathon Garbage
Service now hiring
drivers w/ CDL Class A or
B; 2 yrs exp. nec. Apply in
person, 4290 O/S HwV.
Marathon Garbage
Service now hiring
Helpers. Starting pay $9,
raises based on perfor-
mance. Apply in person,
4290 Overseas Hwy.
Mate for Snorkel Boat,
PT in Marathon. Must be
energetic, cheerful, drug-
free, non-smoker. Willing
Sto train. 305-289-9938
Mechanic: Auto &
Marine. Part time or full
time. Experience & tools
required. Apply at 2525
Overseas Hwy, Mthn
Mechanic helper for
elevators needed. Some
electrical/mech. experi-
ence helpful. F/T, great
union benefits, training &
education provided.
Please call 743-4422.


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I businesses up to accept
businesses up to accept


credit cards. Commissions
to 1500 per sale. Full
training provided. Realistic
first year potential,
$60,000-1000,000.
Weekly pay. Call Mr. Lee
at 305-888-8205.


260 General
Miscellaneous
MM 66: Small store in
gated comm: P/T Clerk/
Cashier: stock & clean
store. 21 +. Pay depends
on exp: 305-664-4860
Now Hiring for:
Front Desk Clerk,
Housekeeper, and
Maintenance. Ask for
Marlene: 305-872-2217
P/T Cleaning person.
Marathon. All year round
work. If called before, pls
callback 743-0697 Iv msg
. Plumber wanted
Marathon Plumbing.
$25/hour + Truck.
Call 304-3055
Rental Agent for Busy
office. Experience
preferred. Reply to Box
B2685, C/O Keynoter
P.O. Box 158, Marathon,
FL 33050
Sales Representative
Fast growing well
established live marine
fish related business
based in Marathon, FL,
seeks qualified sales
representative. Excellent
opportunity to grow with
an exciting business.
Initial compensation
commensurate with
experience income po-
tential of $25,000 plus, in-
cludes productivity sales
incentives. Benefit pack-
age available. Please fax
resume for consideration
to 305-289-2909 or call
305-743-7666, ext. 201.

Supeinj

The Westin Full Time:
Executive Asst to GM,
Security Officer, Guest
Service/Front Desk
Agent, Guest Service
Agent, Bartender.
Sunset Key Full Time:
Concierge
Westin & Sunset Key
245 Front Steet, Key
West 305-294-4000.
Email: Steve.lanier@
westinkeywestresort.
com EOE

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COME WORK WITH OUR'
FRIENDLY STAFF IN A
RELAXED ATMOSPHERE
GIVING EXCELLENT
FAMILY-CENTERED CARE.
BE THE NURSE YOU
WANT TO BE.
CALL THE NURSING OFFICE
289-6403.
FISHERMEN HOSPITAL




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260 General -


260 General -
Miscellaneous

essJNI

Wrecker Driver, F/T,
Key Largo. CDL lic req'd.
Apply in person: All Keys
Towing, 711 Largo Rd.
305-451-0471. DFWP.
265
Healthcare
Medical Billing
Specialist needed for
large multi-specialti
physician group.
Experience required.
Call 305-745-7357 for
more information. Orfax
resume to 305-745-7360
Monroe County Persnl
Care Provider In home
svcs, PK $28,540.61-
$34,249.23 peryr, 40
HPW. Req: Voc/Tech
School, 1-2 yrs exp. Valid
FL D.L., Nurse's Aide
Cert, CPR/lst Aid Cert.
Vet Pref Avail. Drugfree
Wrkpl. Deadline: Open
until filled. Contact:
Mayra, Marathon
Regional Svc Ctr
Nurse Analyst: LPN or
RN w/ 5 yrs hospital ex-
per in either ER, OR, Med
Surg. Will train. FTw/
ben. No nights/wkends.
Email-resume to bunnyc
@corpsearch.com fax to
866-322-8613 or phone
800-800-7231 x221.

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MARINA
RESERVATIONIST
Hawk's Cay is hiring
a service minded, positive
individual to handle
marina and charter fishing
reservations. Able to work
evenings and weekends,
local fishing knowledge
helpful. Competitive
salary and complete '
benefits package.

Apply in person:
Hawk's Cay, Human
Resources, mm61 Duck
Key, or go online to apply,
www.iobsathawkscay.com
Drug free workplace & OE


270
Office Clerical
Executive Assistant for
Rental Management
company in Marathon.
Seeking flexible,
responsible multi-tasker
for general office duties.
Some experience
preferable. Must be
detail-oriented w/ good
computer & phone skills.
Call Michael at 481-4301.
Legal Secretary for
busy Marathon Law Firm.
Experience preferred but
not required. Pay com-
mensurate to skill. Must
be organized and able to
work with clients. Call
743-2351 or fax resume
to Jen at743-6523.
Seeking a Special
Person! Marathon
Company looking for a
multi-tasker to support a
dynamic Marketing
Department. If you have
computer skills with the
ability to get things done
and enjoy being a key
member of a productive
team contact Drehda
289-6484.
Silver Shores Commu-
nity. MM96. Seeking p/t,
self-motivated person for
office. M-F, am, 20-24
hrs wkly. $13-15/hr.
305-852-5859, fax
305-852-5281,
wwww.silvershoreskey-
largo.com

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Hawk's Cay Resort
and Marina
Is looking for an
IT ASSISTANT
Team player with a mhin of 2
yr exp, Knowledge of
Windows Xl, Office 2003,
IAN/WAN utilizingTCP/IP
protocol. Citrix experience
a plus. Able to lift up to
501bs.We offer a complete
benefits package and
limited employee housing.
Apply in person to
Human Resources,
mm61, Duck Key or
go online:
www.hawukcay.com
Drug free workplace & EOE


KEYS
INSURANCE
SERVICES, INC.

Great career move for energetic individu-
als with at least 2 years experience in the
insurance industry. Licensed 220 or 440
required, however will consider licensing
the right individual. HIRING BONUS
BASED ON EXPERIENCE. Excellent
Benefits Package and Salary.

Please send your resume to:
gbetancourt()keysinsurance.com
or fax it to (305) 743-0582
^ _^


270
Office Clerical
The Moorings is
seeking a friendly, self
motivated, team player
fora multi tasked
office position.
Competitive salary and
great benefits.
Weekends a must.
Please pick up an
application @ 123 Beach
Rd., Islamorada, Fl. US1
across from Pierre's and
Morada Bay. 664-4708.
275
Professional
Exp. accountant
needed. A growing
aquaculture company
based in Plantation Key
Florida is looking for an
experienced and capable
accountant to join its
team. The person should
possess at least 5 years
experience in financial
accounting and be willing
to assume a high degree
of responsibility. The
person must have a
working knowledge of
GAAP (Generally
Accepted Accounting
Principles), and be highly
organized and
professional while work-
ing under tight deadlines.
He/she will be responsi-
ble for preparing and
maintaining financial
accounting records from
general ledgerthrough
preparation of financial
statements. Please send
your resume to eliza@-
shrimpimprovement.-
com.
Florida Department of
Education. Division of
Vocational Rehabilation.
VRTechnician. Experi-
ence in the rehabilitation
field, general office work
and computer literate re-
quired. Salary: $2048.29
monthly. Contact Linda
Pomeroy at
305-289-6174.

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Professional

Monroe CountyAsst
Bldg Official/Plans
Examiner Bldg PK
$58,919.91-$73,650.83
per yr40 HPW. Req:
B.S., 7-10 yrs exp; comb
edu & exp considered.
Must possess FL Stan-
dard Plan Examiner Cert
& able to obtain Prov FL
Bldg Code Admin
License w/ in 90 days.
Standard Bldg Code
Admin License Req w/ in
1 yr. Vet Pref Avail. Drug-
free Wrkpl. Deadline:
Open until filled. Contact:
Eva, Ellis Bldg, Bldg
Dept. E.O.E.
Monroe County Div Dir
Growth Mgt, Mar.
$76,395.55-$97,404.04
per yr, 40 HPW. Req:
Masters w/ 7-10 yrs relat-
ed exp or Bachelors w/
12 yrs Prog Resp related
exp; Valid FL D.L. Vet
PrefAvail. Drugfree
Wrkpl. Deadline: Open
until filled. Contact:
Mayra, Mar. Regional
Svc Ctr. E.O.E.
Monroe County Electri-
cal Inspector Bldg
$46,678.33-$57,181.90
per yr 40 HPW. Two posi-
tions avail: 1 in Mar 1
PK. Req: Voc/Tech
School, 7-10 yrs exp.
Must possess standard
FL Electr Insp & Plan
Exam Licenses or Electr
Insp License w/ ability to
obtain Prov Licenses w/
in 90 days & Standard
Licenses w/ in 1 yr. Vet
Pref Avail. Drugfree Wrk-
pl. Deadline: Open until
filled. Contact: Eva, Ellis
Bldq, Bldg Dept. E.O.E.
280 Restaurants-
Bars- Hotels

Cook/Prep Cook, no
experience necessary,
benefits. Apply in person
at Burdines (off 15th St.)
Marathon. 743-5317
Desk Clerk, F/Tfor busy
office. Must be customer
service oriented. Some
computer skills required,
good phone etiquette a
must. Call 305-664-3791
between 8am & 5pm
Desk Clerk, Nights, PIT
Must speak English.
Some experience req'd.
Kingsail Resort.
305-743-5246


Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.






Fully paid heallh.-ire 401 with math and relirnment plan. Call 434 9033
Sil lj [xcume r l. 30S4s. 90J40 Vizl us at ~uga mlek o EEOC!DFrWP


Secretary
Needed for small office
il n Marathon. Call
0ICha*lc for i]ntecr\ 1//
451-2200 /


February 14, 2007


280 Restaurants-
Bars -'Hotels
Front Desk help wanted
Appy in person at
Blackfin Resort, 4650
O/S Hwy, Marathon.
305-743-2393
Full Time Cook Wanted.
Fish Tales Market & Eat-
ery. MM53. Marathon.
Call Jackie 743-9196
Great opportunity for a
Full Time Cook. Apply in
person. Village Cafe.
Gulfside Village. MM50.5
Housekeepers needed
Part time. Please call
305-743-7900 or
305-619-0420
Laundry & some
housekeeping, 25-30
hrs/wk. Must speak Eng-
lish. Apply in person at
Seashell Beach Resort,
Grassy Key. MM 57.5
Part time Housekeeper
at Marathon motel. Flexi-
ble hours, must speak
English. Apply in person
at 2222 O/S Hwy, Mthn
Resort Help
Immediate openings for
Front Desk/Reservations.
Top pay.
Call 305-797-1707
Restaurant
Hosts and Captains.
Experienced only.
Call 305-395-0024.
The Hurricane is looking
for a Line Cook.
Experience required.
Appy in person, 4650
O/S Hwy, Marathon.


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280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels


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Bars Hotels


gtt Hqxvkis Cay Resr(-



On-Call Banquet Server
Line Supervisor/Sous Chef
Restaurant Manager
Steward (PM)


Front Desk Agent
PBX/Phone Operator


Villa Housekeepers


Mechanic
Maintenance Technician
Villa Maintenance


Nail Technician


IT Assistant


Reservationist

Enjoy the challenges of a
rewarding career & apply in
person Mon.-Fri. (9 a.m.-5 p.m.)
at Human Resources MM61
or complete an online application
at:
uww.howkscay.com


280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
Work on the Ocean:
Snack Bar/ Gift Shop
counter person, full time.
Call Frankie at the
Cabana Club, 743-4443.

300
SERVICES

330
Business Services
Brownswood Construc-
tion/General Contractor.
Now offering 30% sav-
ings on granite counter-
tops, hurricane shutters
and all new concrete,
stucco and cracked con-
crete repairs. 25 yrs exp,
lic and ins. Our prices
and quality can't be beat.
Call for your free in-home
estimate 305-304-7328

500
MERCHANDISE
500 Merchandise

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DISCOUNT RATES
AVAILABLE WHEN
YOU ADVERTISE IN
* ANTIQUES
* PETS
* MISCELLANEOUS
CLASSIFICATIONS.
CALL THE KEYNOTER
AT 743-5551.
545 Yard Sales
Flea Markets
Moving: Layton Yard
Sale, MM 68.
Saturday, Feb. 17,8-5.
No Early Birds.
114 Primrose Lane.


SidewalkSale:
Tackle & Marine
8-5 Sat & Sun.
Fish 'n Fun Bait & Tackle
MM 53.5.743-2275
575
Pets
A Pet Sitting/Training
K. Largo to Isla. Big or
small, domestic or exotic.
Over 20 yrs exp. Refs.
Call Kathy 305-853-1866
CALL CLASSIRED 743-5551


575
Pets
Himalayan Kittens for
sale. New litter born
Jan 1. Parents are CFA
registered. (305)
296-1486 or 304-9924
Valentine Special, Baby
Birds. Amazon $795,
B&G Macaw $895, Citron
Cockatoo $895. Beautiful
& friendly. 305-453-0096
590
Miscellaneous
Alumnium hurricane
shutters. Various
lengths. Paid $7,000,
sacrifice at $3999. Call
for info. 818-400-5726
CD Player holds 110
CD's, $75.
Sony amplifier, Wireless
Speakers, Make offer!
743-5886
Chocolate brown leath-
er sofa & love seat, like
new, $1300. Men's Italian
gold bracelet, neverworn
$250.305-942-9873
FREE Solar Panels-
take away no charge.
These are for generating
electrictv. 561-865-2826
French doors: 2 wood,
72x80. 1 metal 69x80.
Accordion shutters for all.
$300 per door or obo.
305-853-0794
Furniture &Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy. Mthn 743-6506
Hot tubs wanted.
We will haul
for you.
305-896-1521
Lady's Ruby &
Diamond Ring.
Asking $850.
Call 305-289-7633
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


100s of Beds
Factory Direct to You
4 pc. Wicker Bedroom Set $459
Queen Sleeper Sofa $369
Dinettes, Futons, Recliners
Simmons Beautyrest
www.fredsbeds.com
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Marathon MM 54.5 743-7277
Big Coppilt MM 9.5 *295-8430


590
Miscellaneous
Lovely Brand New din-
ing rm table & chairs.
Without leaf: dinette. See
photos on Craigslist.com
$590 OBO 305-731-9981
Memory Foam Mattress
Queen size 9" by NASA
as seen on TV. 20 yr wrty,
still in pkg, Cost $2000,
Must sell $475.481-6905
New King mattress
(Stearns & Foster) and
box springs. $800
305-923-1286
Onan Camp Power
Generator,compact,2500
watts, LP, very low hrs,
great for travel trlr ortruck
camper. 305-553-0503
Refrigerator. 26 Cu. Ft.
side by side w/ice maker,
ice + water in door.
$185.305-731-3726
Spa/Hot tub Never used,
seats 5, extra jets, LED
lights, lounger, digital
controls. Still underwar-
ranty. New $4,200, Sacri-
fice $1,995. Se Habla Es-
panol. Call 305-879-2906
Vacation for two.
7 nights Orlando, Ft. Lau-
derdale, cruise Nassau
and more. $1,199. Call
305-481-0339
10" Rigid Radio Arm
Saw, Easy Move stand,
Like New. $225.
305-522-3801

600
FINANCE

610 Business
Opportunities
Business Wanted.
I have both time and
money to invest in your
existing business.
239-826-8662
Dive operation Turnkey.
Boat, compressor, rental
gear. Waverunner/kayak
concession, w/ nice retail
store, in top Islamorada
hotel. 302-494-1061

700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Rent
Big Pine, Eden Pines
2/2 stilt home, boat canal.
Tropical plants, quiet,
HAMMOCK incl, $1600/
mo. Pics avail. 872-9688
elizsunoadelphia.net
Big Pine Key. Charming
2BR/2BA unfurn. Private,
large yard, suitable for
pets. $1199/month. Call
Premier Property


710
Homes for Rent
Big Pine Key large 2/2
canal home. Fenced,
storage, dock & davits.
No pets. $1600. F/L/S.
Avail now. 872-5067
Big Pine Key. Newly
renovated & furnished
canal front home. 60 ft
stepdown seawall. New
tile, carpet, kitchen &
paint. Ready to move in.
W/D. $1800 + ultils.
484-269-3772
Check out our weekly
and monthly rentals from
$1,500 to $3,000 at www.
IslandBreezeRealty.net
or call743-8328
Grassy Key 2bed/1 bath
Stilt home for rent
$2200/mo, annual.
ReMax: 743-2300
Islamorada, very Irg &
nice 2-3BR/1.5BA CBS
duplex. Bayview, huge
yard, all tile, C-A/C $1550
+ util FLS 215-499-8288
KCB, Half Duplex,
2 BR/2 BA, Furnished,
monthly or annual,
$1850.305-336-2898
Key Colony Beach,
12th Street, Single family
3BR/2BA, 40' dock, pool.
$3000/mo. Lease.
743-0644
Key Largo Park MM101
Furn 3/1, large yard, ter-
razzo floors, 3 blocks
from the beach & boat
ramp. F/L/S. $1400/mo.
305- 793-8476, 305-251-
7700. Owner/Agent
Little Venice newly re-
modeled 3 bedrooms, 1
bath, w/ extra lot for rent.
Asking $1,700/mo. F/S a
must. Call 289-3465
Long Key MM 66 Lovely
1/1 FL room fully furn in
condo gated comm. Pool,
Boat Ramp, laundro-
mats. Seasonal or Mo to
Mo $850 + utils. Nina
(305)318-1330
Marathon. 1BR/1BA
unfurn cottage.
$1000/mo plus utils.
F/L/S. 743-0235
Marathon. 2BR/2BA.
Single family, unfurn,
canalfront. ground level.
$2000/mo. FLS. Ava. 2/8.
Lynn Goodwin, Key
Colony Beach Realty,
923-9487
Marathon 3/1 home for
rent. Great canal on Vaca
Cut, wonderful view.
$2,000/mo. Call (305)
289-3982 or 395-5568
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Homes for Rent


IWaterfront
Marathon Canalfront
with 65' concrete dock,
2bed/1 bath, tiled, shed.
F/L/S, $1600/month.
Call: 786-222-1214
Marathon open water
views. 2/2 renovated w/
granite & SS appis, new
W/D, Irg porch. F/L/S.
$2000/mo 305-731-6647
Marathon- Sisters ,,
Creek. New 3bd, 2.5ba.
Ocean views with pool.
$1,850/mo. Several units
to choose from. Call
Dave: 305-731-5521

[=I Listing
Port Largo
3BR/3BA
$2,000 mo. F/L/S
561-715-1381
Ramrod Bayside Beau-
tiful 2bd/2ba w/ big deck,
boating canal, davits,
central air, D/W, refrig.,
stove, W/D hookup, tile,
large storage. Long term,
$1,950/mo, F/L/S, by
appt. Avail 3/1.872-0207
Ramrod Key. 2BR/2BA,
canal w/40' dock. Newly
remodeled. All tile.
$1650/mo annual. FLS.
954-803-4051

iWaterfront J
Stock Island 3/2. Deep
water, slip for 65' boat,
new roof & appliances,
$2,500/mo, F/L/S
305-331-4496
712 Mobile Homes
for Rent
Harborage MM 97 clean
2/1 $1150/mo. Lrg scrnd
porch, carport, w/d, a/c,
cable, heated pool & boa.,
ramp. FLS 305-453-3385
Long Key MM 661 br/ba
trailer$1000 mo. 1st, last
& security. Located in a
gated condo community.
Heated pool, tennis crts,
beach, various activities,
library, rec hall, marina,
laundry facilities, sauna.
305-664-4860 Millard
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305-743-6519
Plantation Key MM 90
clean 2/1, Florida room,
tropical lot $1,250 mo.
plus. Furnished. -
305-853-0765

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RESORT & MARINA
Are you looking for a quality work
environment?
We are looking for special people
to join our service team!

NOW HIRING
Tranquility Bay Resort,
Marathon's newest 4 diamond resort
Activities Director
Banquet Captain
3rd Shift Security
FT Housekeeping Mgr.
Reservation Agents
Front Desk Supervisor
Exceptional benefits, 401K, Medical,
Dental Vision and Vacation. EOE, DFWP
Send resume or application or apply
in person to: 2600 Overseas Highway,
Marathon, FL 33050 or e-mail it to
careers@tranquilitybay.com


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725 Apt- Condo -
Duplex for Rent
A Marathon Effcy,
brand new, private en-
trance, W/D, no pets,
$800/mo yr lease. F/S.
923-9616,617-905-8742
Bayfront annual rental
in the Heart of Islamor-
ada. Beautiful 3BR/3BA
in gated enclave w/swim-
ming pool, tennis court,
skiff dockage. Avail 4/1.
$5,000 mo 305-394-4600
Beautiful 2bed/2.5bath
spacious condo, pool
side, fully furn, in exclu-
sive gated community w/
lush landscaping. Very
quiet & private. Key
Largo, MM 94, Bayside.
$1900/mo +utils. No
pets. Min 2 month rental.
305-525-3573
Big Pine Ibed/1 bath,
unfurnished, no pets or
smoking. $900/mo +
utilities, F/L/S.
305-872-1399
Big Pine Key 1 bed effcy
on canal w/ open water
views. Newly remodeled,
a/c, appls. $1000/mo
F/S. 305-872-1793
-BPK. 2B/1 B. Spacious
upstairs, w/d, central a/c,
open canal, boat ramp,
shed,$1800.FLS
850-566-3104,289-2395
Coco Plum. 2/2 Rarely
ava. Bonefish Tower.
Beautfurn, fab views.
$1900/annually.
305-304-9405
Conch Key, 63 N Conch
Ave. Furn 1bd, 1ba. No
pets, non-smoker, quiet
renter wanted. $950 mo.
F/L/S. Call 289-1127 or
706-463-2333.
Conch Key directly on
Bay. Brand new 1/1, pri-
vate boat slip, kit, living
rm, all utils incl. No pets.
$1500/mo F/S. 743-3478
Condo. Close to Card
Sound Rd. 3/2, w/d, FT
security, pool.
305-798-1836
Cudjoe Studio in quiet
neighborhood. Furn.,
W/D, pool, on canal. All
utils incld. Non smoker.
$900/mo F/L 393-0292
Executive Bay Club
MM 87.5 2/2 twnhs,
unfurn. Pool, tennis.
Faces Founders Park.
No pets. 1-305-661-8028
Gulf Point Condo 2bed,
2.5bath, furnished, views
pool, dockage, no pets.
Avail 4/1. $1950/mo
305-289-4615
Islamorada. Large 212
-in bayfront complex.
Pool, tennis, beach,
dock, W/D. $1600/mo.
1-305-968-1004

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725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent
Islamorada MM 74.5
Port Antigua. 2 apts.
avail, w/oceanview. 1
3BR/2BA, eat in kitch./
dining room, living room,
balcony/deck, private
ent., laundry room w/
WD, C-A/C, stove, refrig.
microwave, onsite park-
ing, dockage avail. $2500
per mo. plus util.
Also 1 2BR/ 2BA eat in
kitch.,living room, patio,
private ent., laundry room
w/W/D, C-A/C. stove,
refrig., microwave,
on-site parking, dockage
avail. $1500 per mo. plus
utils. 973-403-0002 ext
24.
KCB,1/1 Furn, Irg half
duplex, on canal,W/D, No
inside smoking. Pets
neg. Lease. FLS.
$1850/mo 305-367-0266
KCB2/2,37.5' Seawall,
beautifully furnished,
long term, $2,500/mo.
Call 305-289-7633
KCB. 2/2 Furn, 7th
Street. Half duplex w/
dock, non-smoking,
10-11 mo lease. Ava
March 1. $1500 plus
ultils. FLS. 743-7887
Layton MM 68.5
1 bedroom apt. on canal,
recently repainted,
newer appliances.
$950/mo. 410-365-8268
Layton Unfurn 2/1 Up
beautiful large deck, 60'
dock, W/D, $1,250 F/L/S
+ utils, no pets, NS. Avail
March. 480-200-9189


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dock S55uk KeyLargo
Real Estate 451-2380

Waterfrontl
Direct Oceanfront
Islamorada I bed/1 bath
Moode Home. Exccond.
own land. $465,000.
305-395-2720


Forsale by owner MM
96.6 O/S completely re-
modeled 2/1, boat ramp,
picnic area $329,000.
Adjoininy 1500 s.f. lot
also avail. 508-726-7301
No Brokers please


Grassy Key 55+ Park
2003 Cherokee TT 38'
2/bed, slide-out, good
immaculate
Islamorada -aSR
singlewide. recently
refurtirsned $12,500.
nh-R853-2552


725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent
Long Key, MM 66 Canal-
front 1 bd trailerwith FL
room. Nice view. Partial
utilities incl. $950/mo.
Yearly. 845-258-0013
Marathon 1/1 condo
ground floor, dock avail.
$1200/month. F/S.
Ric Champlin 743-0771
Marathon 1/1 on canal
newly remodeled, no
pets, $1,395/mo plus
utils, F/L/S. Cable
included. 304-6456
Marathon 2/1 furn condo
near beach. $1400 F/L/S.
Lynn Goodwin,
Key Colony Beach
Realty, 923-9487
Marathon 2/1 half
duplex, furnished, central
air, W/D. Avail 4/2. F/L/S.
$1200/mo + utils.
305-289-4615.
Marathon. 2/2. Beautiful
ocean front, dock incl,
recently painted, neatly
furn. F/L/S. $1700/mo.
518-330-6888
Marathon 2 bedroom +
den, 1 bath, unfurn., no
pets, water included.
$1,400/mo + $500
deposit. 305-743-7580
Marathon. 2 BR/1 BA.
Schooner Condo.
Unfurnished. $1250 plus
utils. F/L/S.743-0235
Marathon efficiency.
Unfurn. $800/mo incl. ul-
til. No pets. Call Kitty,
Coldwell Banker.
305-289-6510
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725 Apt- Condo-
Duplex for Rent
Marathon Penthouse
3bd, 2ba. Avail April thru
Nov. Direct Gulf view.
Furnished. $3500/mo.
743-7353, 330-606-4782
MM 103.5 Studio apt, full
kit, scr prch, Homeowner
Park access. $750/mo/6
mo; $700/mo/1 yr. Lease.
Utils incl. 305-394-1500
MM 104 O/S 1/1 apt.
Partlyfurn. Parking 1 car
only. $825 incl utils/cable
F/L/S 451-4284
MM 105 1BR/1BA,
ground floor apt w/private
yard Incl utils. $875 mo.
786-299-2949
MM 90 O/S 1BR apt.
$850 mo. + electric F/L
Yearly lease.
305-304-8177
MM 92.5 B/S 2BR/1.5BA
Private beach. No pets.
Furn or unfurn. 887-9388
or 986-4880
Plantation Key Clean,
roomy, 2/2, canalfront,
boat ramp, 30' dock
space, ample parking,
cent air, laundry room w/
new W/D, DW & appls.
Balcony overlooking
canal. Walk-in closet,
WIFI incl. No pets.
$1500 + utils. 304-8477
Port Largo 1 bd/1 ba
Lrg living rm, no pets, no
smoking, cable.
$1,000/mo, F/L/S, utils
included. 305-772-3698
Summer Seas Condos,
MM 88, 2 bed, 1.5 bath,
unfurnished. $1300/mo
954-444-9222


740 Roommates
Rooms for Rent
MM 105 private furn
room & bath, no smok-
ing or pets. Incl elec/wa-
ter/cable $300 week +
deposit. Short or long
term. Woman preferred.
305-766-2173
MM90. Private room &
bath w/ref & micro. Incl
electric, water, cable. Pri-
vate deep water boat
dock. Oceanfront.
$850/mo. FS. Long or
short term.
904-536-7983
750
Vacation Rentals
Big Pine Key waterfront
furnished 3/2. Spacious
and beautiful with great
boating. Ava. 3/1. Call
305-515-0116
Key Colony Beach
2/2, dock, beach, boat,
Cabana Club. $900 -
$1650/wk. kcbrental.com
1-800-870-4800.
Key Largo Openwater
MM 103, fully furn, w/d,
large 1/1, pool & dock.
$1900/mo Also: 2/1 unit
$2500/mo 305-801-3157

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750
Vacation Rentals
Key Largo Winter or
summer rental 3BR/2BA
or2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954-885-9591
New cottages short or
long term Islamorada.
Units can be furn or
unfurn. Access to boat
ramp, pool. Start $2000
mo Tonvia 305-879-5050
790 Business
Property for Rent
Commercial building
for rent 2400sqft. Doctor
office or for retail sales.
8301 O/S Hwy Mthn. For
details: 305-289-0802
First Professional Cen-
tre Office in Marathon, FL
1,000 sq ft for lease.
Call: 305-289-0968
Marathon 3/1 residential
or commercial conch
house. Hard wood floors,
$1925/mo. Call Donna,
305-743-6341
Marathon Storefront on
US 1: 11530 O/S Hwy.
Small: $600/mo. Double
store: $1,200/mo. Bill
Wilkinson, Remax Key to
the Keys 743-2300
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ISLAMORADA MM 74
Ocean Views Deep Water Dock
3BR/2BA Furn.- Gated community Pool
Weekly/Monthly from $3000 per week
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790 Business
Property for Rent
Retail / Office Space for
rent. Town Square Mall,
Marathon. 450 sq ft or
larger- up to 3,600. Year
lease. Dave 304-0304
Retail / Office Space for
rent. Town Square Mall,
Marathon. 450 sq ft or
larger- up to 3,600. Year
lease. Dave 304-0304
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790 Business
Property for Rent
Store Front US 1,
Marathon. Plenty of
parking. Available Now!
$1,700/mo.
Call Dave, 305-731-5521
795
Miscellaneous

Marathon RV Lot
For Rent.
From $600/mo.
Call 305-731-5042.
Mobile Home Lot for
rent in Marathon. 50x100'
$650/mo. Call
229-395-3395 or
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810
Homes for Sale

Big Pine Key Minorca
Dr. Cbs stilt home, 2/1 up
& 1/2 dn, concrete sea-
wall, davits. Quick ocean
access, renovated and
nearcompletion. Pick
your appliances and
exterior colors now!
$675,000 305-923-5314
BPK, Eden Pines,
FSBO, 2/2 stilt, canal.
Concrete seawall, cent
air/heat, scrd porch,
fenced yard, tiki, grd level
enclosure, 1100sf.
Comp. furn. $475K
305-872-4893
BPK Home for Sale
on 4 lots, 1,900 sq ft,
new appliances/fixtures,
$650K obo. Call
305-304-7043
Coral Key 1/1 Water-
front, 62900 O/S, Unit
45, Marathon. For Sale
by Owner. 203-245-
2252. $350K or best offer
Divorce forces sale.
2BR/1 BA CBS in Key
Largo Park. 52 Button-
wood Dr. Oversized lot.
New C-A/C, many up-
grades. Needs some
TLC. $290,000 firm.
203-687-7333
FSBO Plantation Key,
MM 90 B/S, canal front
with views. CBS 2/3,
screened patio + down-
stairs enclosure, work-
shop, boat ramp, lots of
trees, privacy. Priced to
sell $1,050,000. Call for
appt. 305-853-5628
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305-992-8787


810
Homes for Sale

FSBO. Prestigious
Cudjoe Gardens, MM21.
Well maintained. 2/2/
Den, CBS, stilt, seawall/
davits. Deep water canal
to Atlantic, fenced yard.
$900,000. See www.
militarybyowner.com
#MB015588.
305-744-0765
Key Colony Beach's
Best Waterfront Buys:
Newer 2/2 w/1000 sq ft
gar. $649k, or Irg stilted
2/2 $749k. 810-813-4503
Key Largo canal front,
ocean side, MM102,
CBS, concrete roof, 2
BR/1 BA upstairs & 2
BR/1 BA down, 50' con-
crete dock w/davit pads.
$729,000. Call John
305-342-1316
Marathon $1,190,000
On Yacht Harbor Island
Open Water. FSBO.
305-289-0745 www.
sv-chillypepper.com
Marathon 281 84th St.
Well-maintained CBS
block house, 2/2, freshly
painted, new apple, updat-
ed kitch. 50 x 100 fenced
vd. $365K 305-393-1838
Marathon 2 Bd, 2 Bath
ON THE WATER; 44ft
Trawler & live aboard slip
Will sell separately or as
package; motivated sell-
er; call 305-395-9690 or
9691. $489,499.
Marathon 3bed/2bath,
2200 sq ft, work shop &
garage. All tile floors &
baths. By Owner: $450K.
It's below appraisal.
305-743-6581,481-0070
Marathon. Oceanview.
2/1 stilt, fenced 5000 sq
ft yard. 389K. Also 11/2
lots 8400 sq ft w/permits.
249K. 386-299-3852
Marathon. Oceanview.
2/1. Rebuild, remodel or
buildup. 60 x 100 lot.
sewer hook up. CBS.
$314K. 743-8573
MM 94 O/S Waterfront
CBS 3/3, 2-story,
fsbo.com 20727466
786-344-4385
Rare find in Marathon.
240 ft on canal/across
street from Sombrero
Golf Course. 3 BR/2.5 BA
with extra lot. Swimming
pool. Ownerfinancing
avail. 305-481-5712
4 Unit Apt Building near
beach. Off street parking.
Live in one unit and rent
the other 3! Less than
$200,000 per apt. Apply
1314 Johnson Street,
Key West.

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810
Homes for Sale
225' of waterfrontage
with two docks on the
corner of two canals.
Move-in condition home
with additional adjoining
lot. $499,900. Tommy
Gomez, Internet Realty.
www.lslandPals.com.
305-393-5156
812 e Mobile Homes
for Sale

Canalfront RV in 55+
Park w/FL room
and new deck.
$43,000.
305-289-0363
Like New! Nomad 37'
2000 Model, 19x4' slide,
upgraded cabinets, car-
pet & vinyl floors. 32'
screened & carpeted
deck + storage shed.
$24,900. Cell:
419-733-3013 for appt
Marathon 1/1 in small
quiet park, Irg screened
sunroom, shed, boat
dock avail. $19,500 obo
305-298-5364
Marathon 55+ Park
14x60 w/ Irg FL rm, total
remodel w/ laminate/tile
firs, new appl, shed,more
$45K obo 828-712-8221
Marathon- charming
and keezy 2bd/2bth
mobile home on 60X40
lot in adult, resident
owned park. Open water
views from living room
and deck. Nonconform-
ing dockage for up to 26
ft. boat. Residents own
10 acres on open water.
Some ownerfinancing
available- $245,000.
Call Michelle at Coldwell
Banker Schmitt RE.
305-393-1925.
Marathon, MM 47
Galway Bay 55+ park,
2/2, cent A/C, 1400sq ft,
wet bar, new tile, shed,
covered porch. $89,000
Call 305-743-6200.
Mthn Furn, w/ FL rm, tile
firs, shed with W/D, golf
cart, garage -4 car prkg,
fenced yard, dock space.
$20,000.941-637-9481
Mthn Trailer w/ FL rm.
Furn, appls, included.
10x12 ft shed. Lot rent
$550 with option to buy.
$14Kobo 305-896-5874
Pelican Park. MM
59.Very nice, roomy trail-
erw/full FL room, storage
shed, fully furn. Lot 51,
$17.5K. 772-521-1618


35' 5th wheel w/screen
room. On best lot in
Breezy Pines RV Park.
$21,900.872-1488
55+ Park. MM 47.
60', 2/2 with bonus room.
All electric appls. New
roofover in 04. No flood
damage. $65,000 OBO.
305-731-6530
1998 Jayco 5th Wheel
with attached FL room.
Grassy Key MM 59.
Incl golf cart. $28,000
obo. 305-292-0716


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825 Condo-
Duplex for Sale
Duck Key 2bed/2bath
Hawk's Cay Villa fraction-
al for as low as $225,000.
954-677-3725 for details.
Duck Key Condo for
sale. 1bed/1bath, nice
location, concrete build-
ing. Most reasonable
property on Duck Key!
$419.900.305-395-1836
KCB Casa Clara Condo
Corner Unit, Ocean
Front, Top Floor. 2bed/
1.5bath. Great Location.
$685K Call 743-4929

FWaterfront
KCB Full Stilt Duplex
4bed/3bath, carport,
pool, 60' dock, large unit
up, owc. Priced well at
$1,490.000.289-3425
KCB Full Stilt Duplex
Brand new '06, CBS, 3/3
ea. side, car ports, util,
granite, tiled. On canal.
$675/$695K. 743-0008
Lowest Price Condo:
Casa Clara. 2bed/2bath
on the ocean with pool.
Just Reduced. Under
$600,000. Will go fast!
Call Jack, 305-743-3491
Lowest Priced Ocean
Front 2/2 condo, KCB.
Large private beautiful
beach, pool, pier, $495K
248-895-0323.

Waterfront
Marathon. 2/2 w/37+
feet dock, beautiful sun-
set views, pool, elevator,
security. $5000 bonus to
selling agent. Stacie
Kidwell PA, Exit,
305-731-9075. direct
Marathon Condo w/
Gulf views. 2bed/2.5
bath, pool, dockage, fur-
nished, private. $685K
305-289-4615 for details
Marathon. I have 2
condos- studio & 2BR.
$325,000 & 350,000.
586-405-5123.
No realtors please.
Marathon Schooner on
Sombrero Beach Rd. 2/1,
tiled, pool, laundry, dock-
age. $320,000 by owner
305-743-6581,481-0070
Mthn Furn effcy condo,
gated comm w/dockage.
New kitchen, new dock.
Olympic size heated pool
$275K. 305-289-0927
Must Sell at 2003 Price.
Indigo Reef, on bayw/
boat slip. 3/2.5, designer
furn., beautiful grounds
w/ oool. 248-895-0323


845 Other Florida
for Sale
Arcadia (2) 4 acre
cleared lots w/frontage
on Horse Creek, fenced,
1 septic & electric on
property. 40 miles to
Sarasota $95k ea. Will
finance 305-942-3055
Marco Island Florida.
Buildable Waterfront lots
starting at $439,000.
Waterfront homes start-
ing at $575,000. Call
Stan Niemczyk at
Prudential 239-404-6055
West Coast. Cape Haze
Peninsula. New 3/2
condo. Must Sell. Buy
from owner and save
$$$.609-870-9400

880 Lots Acreage
for Sale

Bay front Lot w/ Permit
Best deal for open water
in the Keys. 223' on bay
w/ deeded boat slip in-
cluded, located in exclu-
sive gated subdivision.
Active permit for 4bed/
4.5bath home, construc-
tion has begun. Must sell.
$599,000, make offer.
305-587-9350
BaylMangrove front lot
in PKC. 70'x255' Building
Permit 1/06. Flood ins.
applicable. $1,200,000.
Ph: 305-923-6274
Canal Lot in Isla. active
bldg. permit for a house &
concrete dock. 975K obo.
1/305-971-0052,
1/786-282-5052
Cudjoe Gardens 2 Lots,
MM 21,80' each on
canal, Permits in Building
Dept. $225K each, will
finance. 305-942-3055
Key Largo Ocean View
Lot. 60' of concrete dock
on deep canal. Club
house & pool. Build now.
$750,000. 305-852-4960
PKC canal lot FSBO.
$545k. Existing dock/
boat ramp #18 BPAS
305-923-1628
RV Lot for Sale or Rent
Nice gated community w/
many amenities: pool,
hottub, boat ramp, tennis,
on water, no frontage.
MM 23.262-894-2344

Waterfront
2 Ocean Front Lots.
May separate. Central
Marathon. Ocean view in
front, protected dock in
rear. Build now, ROGO
exempt. 289-0913 or
395-0421


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2 Waverunners 2002
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run excellent! $2900
each or $5000 for both,
obo 305-731-3945
10' Apex Light'02, rigid
bottom inflatable w/10 hp
Tohatsu motor. Brand
new, never used, $2,750
for both. 305-289-7952
10' Zodiac Rib 310
Brand new, used once!
2005. Kept indoors.
$1100.305-216-4411
16' 7" '00 Ranger Flats
Boat, 115 Yamaha, low
hrs, pole platform, walk
around deck, w/trailer,
many extras. Excellent
cond. $14K 289-9938
16' Flats Boat, needs fi-
berglass work, w/'97 90
hp Mariner o/b + tandem
axle trlr. Must sell. All for
$4000 obo 410-365-8268
17' Boat & Trailer. CC
Rankin. 2000 90HP
Johnson Ocean Pro.
Good Cond. $4500. Mrth.
630-742-2704
17' Boston Whaler Mon-
tauk CC, 1994 100 Merc,
bimini top, new bottom
paint. Great Shape! Mthn
$8500 obo 917-468-9111
17' Boston Whaler,
Dauntless '95, 115 Ya-
maha. Mint Cond! Fresh-
water use from GA. Ski
Package, Bimini +cover.
Must See! In Marathon.
$12K.obo. 917-468-9111
17' Hydra Sport 2004
C.C., 90 HP 2004
Yamaha. Excellent cond.
$12,000. Call Shelter Bay
Marine, 743-7008
17' Whaler. 50hp Yam
4 stroke. GPS. Fish find-
er. Clean. $6500.90hp
Yam, low hrs. $3500.
305-304-2928
18' '01 Hewes flats boat.
4-stroke 115 Yamaha, tri-
axle float-on trailer, high
spd Minnkota trolling mo-
tor, radio, GPS, canvas
covers. All in excel, cond.
$15.800 664-9780
18' Century 2003, C.C.,
115 HP 4-stroke 2003
Yamaha. $14,000.
Call Shelter Bay Marine,
743-7008
19' 2003 Key Largo C.C.
t-top, 150 Mercury Salt
Water, loaded w/options,
galvanized trailer w/
brakes. Excellent cond.
Must see! $14,900
305-743-6059


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20' 2001 Proline Sport,
C.C., t-top, red & white,
Merc 150, 2-axle trailer.
All like new. $15.9K.
305-304-4166
20' Caravelle '05 CC, 8'
beam, 150hp 4-stroke
Yamaha, warr. 100 hrs-
fresh water. Like new.
Tandem axle alum/ss trir.
Many extras! Org:$36k
Sell for $25k 743-5025
20' Mako C.C., 200 HP
Mariner, runs great.'98 -
Continental alum trailer,
dual wheels. Steal at
$3,500! 305-664-3608
20' Mako with trailer
and 175 Mercury Black
Max. Engine needs work.
Hull in excellent condi-
tion. $4000 obo. Call
305-296-4118, Iv msqr
21' Carolina Skiff De-
luxe. New w/ new trailer.
Steering, console, bow &
stern decks never in wa-
ter. No engine. Reduced
$5500 obo 305-797-5334
23' Mako C.C. Open
Fish, 2002 225 Yamaha
4 stroke-600 hrs. 2006 .
custom T-top & alum
Rocket trlr. Taco outrig-
gers, large fish hold.
Turnkey boat. $17,500
obo. Brian 305-879-0015
23' Parker Walkaround
2006,250 Yamaha, VHF,
10" Chart plotter, hard
top, CD, DVD, Alum trail-
er. Loaded! Marathon.
$51,000.970-708-1045
23' T-Craft'72 Open fish-
erman, 10' wide, no 0/B,
lobster trap boat, side
console, trap pullerframe
$800.954-297-5554
24' 1975 Penn Yan
Rebuild engine 2005.
As is, $2000.
Call 305-289-1561
24' Pontoon Boat.
Motor needs work. $2k,
8 hp Honda 4 stroke.
Hand held VHF. $75,
nearly new. 743-5886
25' Lyman, Cuddy fish-
ing boat, new Inboard
straight shaft, solar pan-
el, many extras, $2,500.
305-766-7552
25' Sea Cat'96 T-Top,
2- 90hp Hondas, O/R,
live baitwell, full elect, trir,
many extras. Clean.
$26K. 305-731-7472
26' Glacier Bay Canyon
Runner. Twin 150 Evin-
rude. Great boat forfish-
ing or diving. Rough
weather won't keep you
home in this boat! Extra f-:
clean, runs perfect. Own-
er must sell for health
reasons. Asking 54.9K.
Call Stan at 305-852-
2332.305-304-7012
26' Dusky, 1985 Twin
Volvo diesel I/B. Must
Sell $14K obo. Also,
Gulf of Mexico Reef Per-
mit for sale. 289-5636
26' Mako, T-200 Mercs,
T-top, GPS, depth,
stereo, live well, fish
boxes, outriggers, fresh
& salt wash. Stand-up
cabin, head, galley and
shower. Sleeps 3. Very
comfortable, clean and
turn-key. $25k 872-7055


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Classlfieds 305-743-5551 February 14, 2007


1150
Power Boats
28' AnnaCapri 84. 1999.
210 Cunnings rebuilt.
-Turbo diesel. Set up to
-fish. Flybridge, bimini.
i$17,000 obo. 744-0491
28' 1999 Chaparral2835
SS, GPS cabin, vacu
flush head, frig, 3 tops,
twin V8 Volvo 1/O, VHF,
mooring cover, exc cond,
NADA $48K, ask $38K
305-872-3646
28' 2003 Pursuit, twin
'-225 HP Yamaha
4-strokes, loaded, $85k.
Pristine cond! Kristin
743-5000 or 664-1453
28' Caravelle, twin 200
Yamahas, $29,000 OBO.
19' Angler Catamaran w/
trailer, $6,00.
305-481-7182
29' 1-985Seafox Sport-
fish. Tower, 2 stations,
outriggers, auto pilot,
flow scan meter, Garmin
3110 GPS, bottom ma-
chine, Windlas. Great
cabin below w/ A/C,
fridge & stove, full bath.
Repowered in '01 w/5.7
>.Marine Powertwin, 160
engine hrs. $21,500 obo
Call Captain Terry
305-360-0819


29'Luhrs 2001
Fully loaded,
very well kept. 86K.
305-522-3902.
29' Phoenix FBSF Twin
210HP Cummins 230HR
Loaded, must see. $65K
For more details
call 305-664-4041.
"30' LOA'03 Parker Pilot
House 2520XL, 225HP
Yamaha 4-strk, custom
bimini, Garmin 188s GPS
Sounder, CD/radio, Icom
VHF. RV Financing avail.
Trades welcome, private
-seller. 305-393-9430
30' Grady White'89
Repowered in '99 w/Yam
250 EFI's, twr, 2 stations,
Furuno 667 Color
Souoders & Garmin 225
GPS, 3 sided canvas,
3 new livewell pumps,
runs like new. Reduced
to $29,900 OBO.
305-664-8178
30' Island Hopper 2001.
Cat. Diesel. Located at
7-Mile Marina. Boat's
name: "Kirby's Katcher"
$85,000,305-289-3614
30' Luhrs '92 Twin 350's,
tower, 2 stations, GPS,
,.-,color finder, auto pilot,
huge cockpit, live well,
cabin w/galley + head w/
shower. $46K. 872-2750
30'Y & G, new Cat 3126,
new fuel tanks, dual sta-
tion. Make offer. Must
sell. 743-3071
31'Silverton 1985 FB
convt. Twin 350's-new
'00 & '06, a/c, shwr, gal-
ley, new btm paint, clean.
$25.000.305-451-4670
34' Crusader 1976, fly
bridge sport fish. 320hp
3208T. Upgraded keel &
splash rails, standup
head, full canvas.
S$34,000.941-204-3474


1150
Power Boats
35' 1969 Bertram. Fiber-
glass hull, twin Detroit
diesels, 367gal fuel, 50
gal water. Clean, all elec.
$58.5k Wstrbeak Gen.
305-743-7456, Marathon
35' 1997 Cabo Express.
Full tuna tower, twin cat
3208 diesel. Gen set. Full
electronics. Above aver-
age condition. 225K. Lo-
cated in Marathon, FL.
Cell 508-958-2590
35' 2 story floating
home, 2BR/1BA, C-Air &
heat, private dock set-
ting, protected by 30'
Mangroves, dock rent
$450 mo. Newly remod-
led. Islamorada.
$49,500.772-215-3453.
35' Carolina Classic
2003, Express Sportfish.
Perfect condition, many
extras, very low hours.
Extended warranty.
724-689-9085
38' Monro #1 Hull
Trap, dive, fish, charter.
453 Detroit Diesel.
$39,000 OBO.
Call 305-923-3251.
40' Burnscraft1984
Sportfish Yacht. Twin
454, runs well. Roomy
liveaboard, great forfish-
ing. Must see! $33,000,
BO. 305-797-6058
40' Silverton 1988 F.B.
convertible, twin 350 HP
Crusaders, FWC, dual
AC, galley & dinette
down, master stateroom
fwd, excel cond, 1/2 pwr,
full enclosure. Deep wtr
liveaboard slip lease pos-
sible, Key WestAtlantic
side. Asking $65K OBO
Call Luis 305-797-8770
LTuva@msn.com
42' Grand Banks
Classic 1994,2-300 hp
Cats; many extras includ-
ing new 12 kw Northern
Lights gen. Ready to sail;
$295,000.305-743-7825
43' Pearson Sedan
Trawler, low eng hrs, to
many upgrades to list.
Nice clean boat- would
make a great live-a-
board. Leased Dock
possible. $59,900 OBO
937-539-0771
43' Sportsfisherman
Hatteras, Twin 871 N,
15KW gen, AC, sleeps 7,
Rupp Riggers, $99K.
305-731-0301 S Wade
44' Thompson Trawler
Ford Lehman, 8 kw gen,
800 fuel/350 wtr, wtrmak-
er, low cost cruising/live-
aboard. $95K. 304-2928
45KW#1 Trap Boat. 871
GM. $65,000. And 34'
Crusader. New in 2000.
Trap Boat. 3208 Cat. 320
hp. $55,000.
305-395-8740
47' 1998 Gibson. Cabin
yacht executive. 2 Cru-
saderXL. 1 Floor plan.
$95K 954-604-2654
saa261 Oenetzero.com
52' Buddy Davis sport-
fishing Yacht. Fish or
large roomy liveaboard.
First $20,000.
305-766-7552


1150
Power Boats

60' Guthrle Sport Fish/
liveaboard, $200,000
invested. Any reasonable
offer considered.
Health forces sale.
731-632-0066
'90 18' Downeaster cc
w/'01 80 4 stroke Yam,
$6,000.'90 23' Down-
easter cc w/'97 150 Yam,
$6,300.' 89 22' Privateer
cc w/97 150 Yam, $5970.
'87 22' Dynasty cc w/'00
130 Yam, $5000. '98 21'
Parker cc w/'98 175 Yam,
$11,910. All boats have
bimini tops, swim plat-
forms, USCG safety
equipment, VHF radio,
depth recorder/fish find-
er. Call 743-2275.


1150
Power Boats
Boat Donations: Full
appraised value when
donated to a'non-report-
ing 501-C-3 public chari-
ty. Tax deduction. Mari-
time Ministries, 43-yr-old
59# 305-289-4554
Boat Hydro Lift, Hydro-
Hoist in excellent condi-
tion. 2 new blower mo-
tors. Capacity 12k lbs/35
ft. boat plus. $6,500 obo.
Call 305-903-1201
Boats For Sale
48' & 50' Torres
Custom Built
Convertible Sportfish.
Call 305-246-1933
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1150
Power Boats
Crest Pontoons
Everwonderwhere all
the Crest Pontoons came
from? Ft. Myers.
800-955-7543
Sea Doo Jet Boat. 1999.
Twin eng.
Jet ski mechanic owned.
W/ trailer. $8,000 OBO.
Call Bill 215-805-5000
1160
Sailboats
21' McGregor.
1976.
$2000 OBO.
Call 289-0077
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25' O Day, 9.9 4 stroke
Yamaha, low hrs, tandem
trailer, new LED lites, 110
jib, 150 Genoa, Main sail
all in good shape. $5,000
815-474-6356
26' Chrysler w/9.9 hp
4-stroke, sails. Interior
mostly stripped. Great
daysaileror make a livea-
board. $2,200. Marathon
305-743-2309
26' Grampian Sloop, w/
7.5HP 4-stroke Honda
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1160
Sailboats
26'Pearson 1972 4ft
draft, 5 sails. In good
cond. GPS chart plotter.
Located in Marathon.
$5,500 612-306-6669
27'1978 Newport
Yanmar, Harken Furling,
New Sails, propane.
Clean. $5000. Must Sell.
843-359-3087 in Keys.
27' 1987 Island Packet
14hp inboard, roller main
&jib, shoal draft 2'8"/
5'10". Priced to sell at
$29,500. For more de-
tails call 305-797-3486.
27' Catalina 1981 Gas,
4' draft, furling, davits,
bimini, dinette, clean.
Must see! Reduced to
$6.950.305-453-4386


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1160
Sailboats
30' Hunter 1982. Newly
painted. Interior redone.
Mercury outboard.
$12,000.305-743-9004
31' Allman '80, sleeps 7,
3'10" draft, 11'4" beams
6' 5" headroom, great
liveaboard. Needs
en-gine work, $9800,
OBO. Call 305-453-3013
or 305-393-0972.
32' Island Packer'91
Excellent condition
Low hours, loaded
$95K 305-743-0165
33' Morgan 01. Newly
outfitted for cruising &
comfy liveaboard. New
Yanmar & all new rigging.
Many amenities & top
notch equip. Serious only
$34K. 305-923-9491
45' Peterson Cutter.
1979. Project. Opportuni-
ty for right person.
Located Marathon Boat-
yard. Will trade. Must
sell. First $12k takes.
When renovated worth
$90k. 386-956-1573

PDQ 36 $140,000
PDQ 32 $86,000
Catalina 25 $4,000
305-731-6795
D@sailshare.com

Sailor w/out sailboat
wanted to maintain 22'
sailboat in exchange for
useage; retiree welcome.
Key Largo. 453-5456
1170 Outboard.-
Inboard Engines
'06 225 HO Evinrude
E-TEC, 25" shaft. Runs
great. 2 yrwarr left. Per-
fectfor bay boat or CC.
$11.500.393-0900
Cummins Diesel 2004
single QSM-11,660 HP,
Bobtail, harness, digital
panel, 386 hrs, $25,000.
Stuart, FL. 772-263-1208
Twin 2002150 Mercury
Optimax engines, one
S great shape, one needs
power head. $4,000 obo,
will separate. Marathon
917-468-9111
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1180
Dock Rentals/Sales
Islamorada, Smugglers,
MM 85.5. Immediate
deep ocean/bay access
slips avail. 30' 50' at $16
Ft. 305-664-5564 (Kenly)
Key Largo, Boat Slips
on private canal for rent.
2 Bayside and 1 Ocean-
side. 1-305-444-5565
MM 90 Deep Water
Dockage, Bayside. Up to
55'. 50 amp electric,
H20. 600 sq ft garage
also avail. 772-546-5855


Two Boat Slips, Coco
Plum Beach Yacht Club.
$450/mo + elec. Call
Marcy, Coldwell Banker
Schmitt 305-289-6505
1190
Miscellaneous
1A-Marine Surveys
March Hare Marine Svcs
305-743-3368 Certified
ABYC-NFPA-MKMA
Serving All The Keys
20" folding Dahon bike,
like new, $250.
503-704-1674,
305-289-4427
168 Lobster Certs.
"B". $40.
Call after.
743-7940
AA Dave buys permits
So Ati Snapper, Grouper,
Gulf Reef, K/Mack,
shark, sword, tuna $$$ in
48 hrs! 904-262-2869


All types of permits for
sale!! Rock Shrimp, King
Fish, S Atlantic Snapper,
Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef
& pelagic, Commercial
Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf
Snapper IFQ's, Long
Line Pkg. Many other
permits avail. We buy,
sell & broker all types of
permits. Call before you
buy or sell! Please call for
prices. Licensed & Bond-
ed. All permits guaran-
teed valid for transfer,
many references avail.
John Potts Jr. 321-784-
5982 or321-302-3630
www.shipsusa.com


1190
Miscellaneous
Boat trailer: Continental
2004, Aluminum, triple
axle. GVWR: 13,700 Ib
Type: SSTA3112-12,000
$4,500.305-289-3547
Borg Warner
Transmission, Velvet
Drive. 2.5-1 Reduction.
71 Series. $1,100.
Ed, 203-623-9086
First legal floating
smoothie, food, kayak
rental, Marine licensed,
everything incid, works
Sombrero Beach legally.
$25,000.305-766-7552
Floating Dock, can hold
14' V-hull boat. Sections
can be added, $2,500.
Call 305-289-4370 or
423-309-7206
Genuine Teak Lumber
Best prices, big invento-
ry. Plus King Starboard.
www.buckwoodcraft.
corn or 305-743-4090
Great Project Boat:
1999 20' Yamaha Jet
Boat w/ trailer, bimini top
& cover. Great shape.
Engines need rebuilding.
$3,500 OBO. Marathon.
917-468-9111
Gulf of Mexico Reef
Permit
$6,800 OBO.
Call 305-743-1952
Gulf Reef Permit
for sale. $7,000.
Call Manny at
305-951-2069.
House Boat
36ftGibson, 14ft Beam.
Needs work. $2,900,
OBO. 305-923-1578 or
305-731-3116
Houseboats x2 in live-
aboard marina w/ low slip
rent. Furn, A/C, TV, shwr,
head, LR, BR, gaily, com-
fort., afford. housing.
$12k each 305-766-7552
Lobster Business For
Sale. 2,350 Cert and
Traps. 45KW#1. 871
GM. $185,000.
305-395-8740
Lobster Certificates
400 B, all or part, $45
each. 16' Hobe Cat, new
sails, never wet, $1000.
305-872-8971
Marine Storage: Boat trl,
campers, any clean stor-
age accepted on wheels.
$3/ft yr; $4/ft 6 mo; $5/ft
mo. Emil 305-731-3386


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1190
Miscellaneous
Need a Gulf of Mexico
charter/headboat 6 pk
reef fish permit? Have 41'
directed shark for sale.
Dave 904-262-2869
Pompanette Tourna-
ment fighting chair/
mounting plate & rocket
launcher. $2000 for all.
Will separate. 942-1516
Storage Space
Available. Boat/Trailer or
RV. $5 per ft. Call Lanier
at Marathon Boat Yard,
305-743-6341
Two Snapper Grouper
Permits (SG1)
Transferable in a
Corporation. $38,000
offer. 361-688-9071
Underwater Dock Light
ShowMeTheFish.com
$199
Call 816-506-4664.
Water Maker- Katadyn-
PS 40E, 2nd Micron
Filter, extended cruise
package. New! $1,995.
973-632-3464

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TRANSPORTATION

1300 Automotive



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AVAILABLE WHEN
YOU ADVERTISE
IN ANY OF OUR
TRANSPORTATION
CLASSIFICATIONS.
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1350
Automobiles

Automobile Donations
Tax Deductible at ap-
praised value when do-
nated to a 43 year old
non-reporting 501-C-3
charity. Maritime Minis-
tries. 305-289-4554.
Pick up junk trucks,
vans, cars, or any auto-
mobile for junk.
305/218-7987
Wanted autos all years.
Cars, vans,trucks.
Running or not.
Call 305-332-0483.
00 Toyota Avalon XL.
A/C, leather seats, radio,
cd player, new tires,
$7,5000.289-2290
00 Volvo C70 HT
turbo convertible. 79K,
must sell $13,450 for
pics: www.dialexnet-
works.com/c70.html
305-720-2285.
92 Cadillac Allante
Convt, pearl wht, photos,
mint, 80K mi, collectors
dream! captr2@aol.com,
305-743-8438. Must see!
02 Jeep Liberty Ltd. 33k
mi, leather, sunroof, load-
ed, ex cond, must see,
$14K OBO. 289-7551
93 Jeep Wrangler. 5
speed manual. 30" Tires.
New clutch, head & gas-
ket, water pump & radia-
tor. $6000 obo. 289-0077
03 Mercury Grand
Marquis GS. Excellent
condition, 46K mi, brand
new tires. $10,500 obo.
305-289-9690


1350 ,
Automobiles'
04Acura TL 3,2 V6
Sedan. 40K mi. Email:
juananand@hotmail.com.
$10,200.850-922-6625
86 Mercedes 560SL
Low mileage, 9 out of 10
condition. Garage kept.
$15,500 obo.
305-393-6485
87 Camaro RS,
w/custom paint, V8, runs
great, new carb., intake&
exhaust. $2500. Call
Woody at 305-852-9814.
97 Sebring Convertible.
V-6, automatic, green w/
tan top, 77K miles,
$4950.305-360-7281
89 White GT Ford
Mustang Convertible
5.0. New: tires, top & bat-
tery. Very good condition.
Best Offer 305-395-3296
1360 Mopeds--
Motorcycles
2003 Aprilla Atlantic
500. Excellent condition,
under400 miles. $3,000
OBO. Call 305-395-1300
94 Harley W Glide. Lots
of chrome. 16K miles.
Runs and condition
excellent. $8,500.
305-360-0904
1998 Honda Shadow
VLX 600.9100 miles,
runs and looks great,
$2800 blue book, make
offer. 305-360-0434
1370 Trucks.
SUVs-Vans
'01 Dodge Ram. 4 x 4,
extended cab. Tires and
rims. Runs and cond.
excellent. $8,500.
305-360-0904
03 Dodge Ram 1500
Hemi, Quad Cab, 58K
miles, red. Loaded!
$15.750.305-522-3801
94Jeep Laredo.
Runs well, looks good,
163k miles. $3,600 OBO.
410-365-8268
04 Yukon XL SLT.
One owner, Loaded, On
Star, 64k miles, Black.
$20k. Call 305-289-1913
05 Ford F150 Super
Crew short bed 4D, ex-
cel. cond., loaded, 10K
miles, white, auto., ask-
ing $18,500.395-8791
97 Honda Odyssey EX,
6-passgr, 5-dr van, 4cyld,
over 30 miles/gal. Load-
ed. New brakes/tires,
towing pack., 65k miles.
Clean! $7,000. 872-5651
87 Jeep Wrangler, 4x4.
Excellent cond, new mo-
tor, new paint, new top,
new tires. $5,500 obo
Call Bill 443-570-7954
1380 Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
Marathon. 55+ Park.
2BR/1.5BA. 1000 sqft
end. living area. Shed.
Park 3 cars. Front 2
streets. Ready for move
in. Real Buy. $37,900
obo. 609-709-1864
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1380 Campers-
Recreational Vehicles
RV Donations, Trailer
Motor Homes. Tax
Deductible at appraised
value when donated to a
43-yr-old non-reporting
501-C-3 charity. Maritime
Ministries, 305-289-4554
Trade for Sailboat of
equal value. 2004 Jayco
36' 5th wheel travel trail-
er. 2005 Chevy Silvera-
do, 2500 HD w/tow pkg.
Both immaculate. $70K
value. 406-581-5173
We buy and consign
RVs. Need late model
motor homes and travel
trailers. Top $$$. Holiday
RV's MM 100 451-4555
13 ft Scamp Camper
with electric brakes,
water tank, 12 volt
battery hook up, great
condition for weekend
getaways. $3500 obo.
305-296-4118. Lv msgr
97 Jayco 5th Wheel,
2 slides. Washer/Dryer.
Must sell! $9,000.
Call 305-393-7440
29' Travel Trailer. Self
contained. Loaded. Full
awning. Knights Key
Park. $6500.
847-404-4913
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1380 Campers-
Recreational Vehicles

1999 31ft fifth wl trlr.
5000w gnratr. new wd-
firs, ac, tires, blinds, hitch
incl. cons joint sale of
truck& trailer. $12,500 .,.
obo.

1390
Miscellaneous

06 Ranger End Trailer,
i 6x7, tandem wheels,
ramp, side door, tie
downs & alarm. Like new.
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Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Bill Ellison
Owner/Builder
(305) 766-1503


REDUCED PRICES IN

KEY COLONY BEACH


181-191 10th Street 298 Sadowski Causeway 260-262 Sadowski Causeway
Premier concrete construction, these homes have been built to withstand the Florida Keys weather conditions. Fully insulated, energy
efficient white metal heat reflective roofs, impact windows, paver drives and walkways and the list goes on and on. Granite tops in
the kitchens and baths, cathedral ceilings, easy care 16" tile throughout and garages. The Causeway units feature 46' docks, fenced
yards and private swimming pools.


NEW Half Duplexes From


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REDUCED -WAS $1,850,000
NOW $1,650,000
Spacious 3/2 home with tile roof, concrete
drive, oversized two car garage and 75' of
concrete seawall dockage. Very quiet, upscale
neighborhood. Full length patio runs the entire
length of the home.


ENDLESS OPEN WATER VIEWS
This is a rare opportunity to own a very
sought after unit in this small direct water-
front complex in the Middle Keys. Direct
ocean front condo with unobstructed ocean
views. Enjoy up to 35' of deep water dockage
leading out to the marked channel for easy
access. JUST LISTED $485,000


ELEGANCE ON 13th STREET
Builders personal residence. Nicely appointed
3 bedroom, 2 bath home with cathedral ceil-
ings in the spacious open living area. Built
with the ladies in mind, lots of storage and
closets. Large 2 car garage, mature landscap-
ing, pearock yard and paver driveway.
JUST REDUCED $1,699,000


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