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Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: September 22, 2007
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By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


Exteriors. interiors, art
and more find out how to
get the best out of your
home in Home
Improvement, in your
Keynoier today.



Candidates' answers
The KeN West elections
for mayor, City Commission
and Utility Board are Oct. 2.
On pages 8 through I in
today's paper, you'll find the
SL\ candidates for ma.or and
seen for three Utility Board
-eats answering questions
put to them bh the Kcvnor.
You'll also find their
expanded answers at
www.keynoter.com.
Wednesday 's paper will
carr questions and answers
hrom the eight Cirt
Commission candidates
v. ing for three seats.
Addmitonall\. tx\o referen-
duirns \i ll be on the baUot if
a No\. 6 runoff is needed.
To find out more on that. on
to Pace I1.
Early\ voting is ongoing
and absentee ballots are
being returned to the
Super isor of Elections
Office.


Business .. ......... ..23
Classifieds ..... . .. .41
Living ......... ......25
Obituaries ........... .22
Opinion ...............
Sports/Outdoors. ..... 34
Crossword .... ... .31




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Florida Keys Mosquito
Control District Superintendent
Michael Spoto has been suspend-
ed by Director Edsel Fussell for
two weeks without pay and
ordered to pay restitution of
$1,658.51 after it was discovered


Better


tracking


needed

Deed-restricted
affordable homes
slip through cracks
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Michelle Malandra and Jason
Reiff are perfectly happy to
know they can't turn around next
year and sell their Marathon
home for twice what they paid
for it.
"We really want to stay,"
Malandra said. "We're just
happy that we own it. We went in
and painted the walls any way we
wanted. We can put a plant in the
ground."
The couple bought this -
their first home in April,
something they probably could
not have done without an afford-
able-housing deed restriction,
which sets a price cap for
reselling the house so it will be
affordable for the next family
that comes along. Their deed
restriction is for 20 years.
But affordable housing advo-
cates urge better tracking of
existing deed restriction or many
could be lost and ,sld for matket-


See-DEEDS/5.


Mosquito Control's No. 2 suspended
over unauthorized cell-phone charges


he accumulated $5,253.24 in cell-
phone charges using unautho-
rized lines.
District Comptroller William
Southcott says he believes Spoto


procured three Nextel phones
through the district in addition to
one already assigned to him.
Southcott said he believes Spoto,
his wife and their 12-year-old
daughter used the phones to make
personal calls.


"Spoto, in my opinion, com-
pletely mismanaged the Nextel
phone program," he said noting
Spoto administered the program.
Southcott said records indicate
Spoto was using unauthorized
district lines since as far back as
July 2004. None of the three lines
are now active.


See SPOTO / 4


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Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
INTO THE SWIM: Coral Shores freestyler Kelsey Anderson (front) surges ahead of the field
and stays there en route to one of her two solo wins in a dual meet against LaSalle. See
story, Page 34.



Insurance deadline looms


Personal-injury
policy coverage
ends Oct. 1
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

A Keys insurance agent says
debate over changes to. 'Florida
auto-insurance policies amounts


to "the shell game they play in
Tallahassee."
Monroe County's state repre-
sentative, who will vote on the
measure, likened the process to
"a special-interest food fight."
The state's 36-year .history
with no-fault auto insurance will
come to .1 hdll Oct. 1, and no one
kppyws what if Arlytliih0-'
will replace it. < .


"It looks like they're coming
closer to a compromise but no
one knows exactly [what will be
proposed] because it's happening
in a bunch of secret meetings,"
said state Rep. Ron Saunders, a
Democrat. who represents the
Keys.
Saunders said he stands ready
to- "support pretty much any-
thing" ,lt4t will extend Florida's
See INSURANCE/: :


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2 Saturday, September 22, 2007


Keys News


PREDICTED TEMPERATURES


DATE
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Forecast: Showers likely.
Cloudy, with winds south-
east 10-15 mph.



Upper Keys
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Fax ..................(305) 296-1924

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Developer denies wrongdoing


By SAM NISSEN
snissen@keynoter.com


Cay Clubs and affiliated com-
panies filed Wednesday in Key
West to dismiss a lawsuit
brought against them by dissatis-
fied owner-investors at the for-
mer Sombrero Resort in
Marathon.
And in a corporate statement
issued Friday, the Clearwater-
based company denies wrongdo-
ing or fraud in connection with
the Sombrero development.
- Cay Clubs International,
Cristal Clear Realty and
DC709JV, all owned by Cay
Clubs principals Dave Clark and
David Schwarz, filed jointly
claiming the cases by all- 23
Sombrero investors should be
brought individually.
The motion to dismiss argues
that since some buyers used dif-
ferent real estate agencies, the
complaints should be separated
as such.
The document also points to a
separation between types of
transactions appraisals and
sale of real estate and claims
appraisers acted independently
at the behest of each investor's
loan company.
Cay Clubs also adds that
other parties were left off the
original complaint that must be
added for a joint trial, including
a number of real estate agents.
But Cay Clubs is not just
seeking 23 individual trials; its
motion also denies any wrong-
doing or fraud alleged in the
Aug. 22 filing in Monroe County


Circuit Court. Cay Clubs' princi-
pals repeated that sentiment
Friday in a prepared statement.
"We are never pleased when
owners of our properties are dis-
satisfied," said Clark, chief
executive officer of Cay Clubs.
"But as the developer and opera-
tor of Sombrero Cay Club, we
have realized significant
progress in the evolution of this
property."
Clark went on to defend his
company's business strategies.
"Our position of maintaining
the property and accelerating
operations during this turbulent
economic time has proven to be
strategically sound as occupancy
and average daily rates contin-
ues to rise," Clark said.
A lawyer for some of the
plaintiffs said splitting up the
case is nothing but a ploy "to try
to overly burden the plaintiffs."
Howard Behar, a Miami
attorney, went on to say the
defense of the case counters Cay
Clubs' marketing materials say-
ing the Marathon resort would
become world-class.
"It's unfair ... when all of
their brochures say they. would
build a world-class facility and
now they are saying on the
record they don't need to do
that," Behar said. "I think it's
very telling in terms of the over-
all misrepresentation and fraud
upon the investors."
In the original complaint, the
owners say Cay Clubs and affil-
iated companies misrepresented


what it owned, what was offered,
the company's future plans and
how much owners stood to make
by investing in the Marathon
property.
The Sombrero buyers also
allege Cay Clubs utilized their
money as an investment, which
real estate agents are banned
from doing.
. The motion to dismiss cites
Florida law, saying the real
estate sales were all legitimate,
and that fraud claims cannot be
raised on investments in real
estate purchases.
The buyers say they were told
Sombrero Resort, then a moder-
ate-end hotel, would be upgrad-
ed to a "world-class" facility.
But they allege the only
upgrades performed on the prop-
erty were new coats of paint.
"Cay Clubs contends that
conversion of Sombrero Cay
Club has been delayed to pre-
serve cash during the slowdown
in the real estate market but will
be completed in the future," the
company's statement says.
Earlier this month, the Singh
Co. took back management con-
trol of three Marathon resorts -
not Sombrero from Cay
Clubs.
And Cay Clubs has warned in
regulatory filings it may be
forced into bankruptcy if it can't
refinance more than $74 million
in loans coming due.
It owes more than $10 million
in late lease payments to buyers
and missed $1 million in loan
payments this year, according to
regulatory filings.


Council OKs final tax rate, budget


Keys beaches are test-;
ed weekly for fecal col-
iform and enterococcus,
both fecal-based bacte-
ria. There are no beaches
with health advisories or
warnings against swim-
ming.




Due to a reporting error,
a Wednesday story on
Saltponds Condominiums
in Key West did not make
clear that Reallor Gabriele
Ostrowicki is not in
violation of a settlement
for renting market-rate
condos.




The following is planned
for broadcast on Comcast
Cable Channel 76:

Today: Islamorada
Village Council, 10 a.m.
Monday: County
Commission (repeat), '5.
p.m. r, i
Tuesday: Marathqro .
City Council, 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: County
Planning Commission, 10
a.m.
Thursday: County
Code Enforcement, 10 a.m.
Friday: County Comi
mission (repeat), 5 p.m.


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puDIIshecd emiwee.kv by Flodo r state mandate The new rate is a 7 percent a higher-than-expected reinm-
Kevr Keynoter PO Box 500158. 1 m n a
MKara lon Florida 3305i158. drop from the current tax rate of bursement from the Federal
Subscription rates are S37 63 in to cut spending about $1.95 per $1,000. Emergency Management Agc nc
the Keys YouD Keynoler nome Under the new rate, the owner for losses caused by Hurricane Spotlight Channel 19 News
delivery subscrinpton includes By KRISTEN BURNIE of a property assessed at Wilma.
revs Sunday and the Sunday kbumie@keysreporter.com $450,000 will pay about $758 in At the Sept. 10 meeting, e\ Monday Friday
Ca~lion of The Miami Herald.
Keynoter mail subiscrDiorns village, compared to about $877 eral village staffers said the lo\' er 6:00 p.m.
517.70 in Flor;a ana 145 our-ol- The Islamorada Village under the current rate. budget wouldn't allow the village 9:00 p.m.
stale Please call or alll rner Council met the terms of a state The council had tentatively enough flexibility in spending. 1:00..
rates including oyeCseas mail mandate to lower property taxes approved a rate of about $1.81 especially if it were to suffer a ..
Pervodicals Pologe Paid or
MaraJhon Florida ano additional when it approved its final tax rate per $1,000 in July, but narrowly direct hurricane hit. Keys news daily
moaling omrces Eniered as and 2007-08 budget Monday. voted to lower it at a Sept. 10 Before voting to approve rlie from the staff of
Second ClI s Matter oa At the special meeting, the meeting, saving the owner of a final budget, Councilr ian The Keynoter,
Miami. FL Pub No 0201-620 council voted unanimously to $450,000 property about $66. Michael Reckwerdt called Ihe The Reporter and '~ r'i



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Saturday, September 22, 2007


GREAT WATERWAY DOCKAGE Tl.; ..:: L TION i
bedrooms, 2 baths, lovely gazebo with outdoor jacuzzi, fenced yard
with gafted entry for privacy and much more. Asking $789,000. MLS
#542604. Call Carmen or Fredy Carricaburu at (305) 289-0077
or visit our website at www.homesinthekeys.com. (2604MK09)







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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
2 Bedroom Townhouse Condo with good views of gulf.
$655,000 (3 Others also available) CY EASTLACK,
(305) 393-2341. www.cyeastlack.com (2340M1-09)


$535,000
Lowest priced 2 bed waterfront in Key Colony Beach!
Call Cy Eastlack, (305) 393-2341. (9952MK09)


INVESTMENT

OPPORTUNITIES -
CALL GARY ROBERTS (305) 395-0998
VACATION DESTINATIONS
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From $259,900 to $399,900

MULTI UNITS
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Duplex near Boot Key Harbor $599,000
2 & 3 bedroom 4 Plex $1,098,000

SINGLE FAMILY
Tenants in place
2bd/lba $199,000
2 properties on one lot $450,000


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room to expand, large lot with great potential. Askin!
$369,000. MLS #542611. Call Carmen and Fred,
Carricaburu, (305) 289-0077. (2611MK09)

Looking for a Bental?
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Give Us a Call!
(305) 743-3377 or
Toll Free 1-800-451-4899





Bonnie Sanderson Julia Grattan
Property Manager Reservationist


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i LOTS with ROGO permits in place.


SHORT SALES on Value properties.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
Call: Carolyn Cicalese
cell (732) 673-7065


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dockage, roof and electric were updated in 2005. Suitable close-
ness to shopping area, fish Ocean or Bay within seconds! Or right
out your back door. Must See!. $349,900 CALL DIANA GEREN.
305jjIteu 12381MK09)


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new Irom your screened aecK, neaire pool o .no
in lovely neighborhood. 3 bdrm./2 bath up, bonuo
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gracious living area w/4 bdrms., office, theater room w/custom bar area
& lovely pool w/slide. Have it all for $2,295,000. Visual tour at
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start enjoying life in the Keys. $495,000. Call Jon & Terry
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By DAN GALLAGHER


In the 1920s Pigeon Ke. served as a base for
track maintenance and \\as home to a number of
families employed b\ the Florida East Coast
Rail% a.. Robert T. Kvle. the chiet bridge tender.
pettitoned Monroe Count\ for a schoolteacher


for the children of these families. The country
pro\ ided teachers. but the railh ay had to provide
a building. This first school had earlier been
used as a shed. The school hell on the top is a
bell from a railroad locomotive. The sign reads.
"School Quiet Zone."
Pnoto from Jeny mWikinson archives


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Also:
* Company, seeks
to harness tides
* Coupon books
offer savings in
Middle Keys
* Marathon gets
a new salon


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Spoto 'abused' position


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According to a May 1, 2007,
letter from Southcott to Fussell,
the district first discovered a sec-
ondary line costing $66.43 per
month Spoto had activated in
November 2006. He was using
the phone almost exclusively (99
percent) to place outgoing calls to
a receptionist/secretary specialist
at the district's Key West office.
"Mr. Spoto has misappropriat-
ed public funds for personal gain
and abused his position of public
trust. Immediate action must be-
taken. Law enforcement has been
contacted regarding this,"
Southcott wrote in the letter.
Southcott said he contacted
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement April 30 but that
agency has taken no action thus
far against Spoto.
Spoto acknowledged using the
phone to call the secretary, whom
he said is a friend of more than 30
years.
"I was going through some
marital problems and she was
helping me through them," Spoto
said.
Southcott said while he is "not
privy to [Spoto's] personal busi-
ness, in my opinion, he wouldn't
need to call her on her personal
cell phone."
Spoto denied procuring the
other two phones in question for
personal use. He said those
phones were spares kept in his
truck and were used only by his
daughter, without permission,
after he had taken her personal
cell phone away from her.
Spoto said he travels up and
down the Keys as part of the job
and kept the spare phones in the
truck in case a worker's phone
"went down."
Southcott indicated in a July
17 letter to Fussell he believed
one of these, a $350 i880
Motorola camera phone, was
Being used as the daughter's per-
sonal .phone.


"It is apparent [one of the
phones] was used by his daugh-
ter. You witnessed this at 5:25
p.m. the afternoon of June 13,
2007, when I called this number
in your presence and she
answered. After calling several
numbers on the bill it was discov-
ered that these numbers belonged
to her friends," Southcott wrote.
Spoto says the phone was pur-
chased for a district biologist in
Key Largo. 1 !,
"Every now and agairi they
have something they're\ curious
about and they'll take pictures
and e-mail them to me. on, my
Blackberry," Spoto explained. .
Southcott also stateloi in an
Aug. 23, 2007, letter. !his dis-
agreement with Fussell's deci-
sion to charge Spoto $1,65,8.51 in
'restitution. Further investigation,
he wrote, revealed additional
charges incurred by Spoto, at dis-
trict expense.
"I explicitly stated that staff
was conducting research and this
amount was not final. I restated
,the amount on my Aug. 8, 2007,
memorandum presenting evi-
dence that changed the amount to
$5,186.62," Southcott said in the
letter. i
To date, Spoto has returned
the camera phone and paid
roughly $400 of restitution;to the
district. He said he has accepted
his punishment but maintains he
?approached Fussell and offered
cooperation as soon as he learned
of the charges.
"I received disciplinary action
for it, which I accepted, and I will
not ever have any other phones in
my truck," Spoto said. I ;
Southcott said Spoto Vas also
issued a "last-chance agreement"
by Fussell.
"If there is any other event, he
will be terminated," Soutthcott
said. He said Spoto could poten-
tially have been fired for this
offense, but that disciplinary
action is up to the discretion of
the director.
Fussell is out of town and did
not return repeated calls to his
cell phone for comment.i ,
Two weeks is the maximum
suspension allowed under'district
guidelines.
Spoto's cell-phone usage will
be discussed when the Florida
Keys Mosquito Control Board
meets at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at
district headquarters on College
Road in Key West as part ;of a
i special' meeting with its 'Audit
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Nearly 1,000 deeds to track


What are deed restrictions?


DEEDS / From 1

rate prices with no further price
protection.
Affordable workforce housing
is one of the primary issues fac-
ing the Keys, and deed restric-
tions' are positioned as the best
meais of assuring properties des-
ignated affordable and bought'
under income guidelines remain
affordable.
Without them, there is really
no way to avoid a buyer coming
in; purchasingg the property at a
discounted affordable rate, then
selling it for a huge profit on the
open market, experts warn.
P. Morgan Hill, a Marathon
Realtor who sits on the Marathon
Community Land Trust, said a
deed' restriction will usually
kriock between $150,000 and


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requirement for personal injury
protection, or PIP, coverage.
"I don't like the way this is
happening," Saunders said
Friday. "The Legislature had a
chance to get something passed
in theregular [spring] session but
didn't. Now we're at the dead-
line and everybody is in a crisis
mode."
Legislators will be called to a
special session Oct. 3 to 12 to
discuss changes to the Florida
budget. The insurance issue
could, be added to the agenda.
The requirement that Florida
drivers carry PIP coverage ends
before then.
"Even if they decide to extend
[the requirement], I worry about
what will happen in the gap,"
Saunders said. "The only reason
a lot of people carry PIP is that
it's required. On Oct. 1, it will no
longer be required, and they
could cancel their policies."
SRegan Insurance President
Bob Regan said drivers should
be aware that "the number of
uninsured drivers looks like it's
going to go up."
., i"The only advice we can offer
is to increase your coverage [for
personal medical coverage] to
the maximum your company will
allow," Regan said i'"Tdheprob-
lem is that all the cotinpaniesare
not doing the same thing. Some
companies want to cap it at


$200,000 off the purchase price
of a home.
But with nearly 1,000 deed
restrictions assigned to homes
and condos throughout the coun-
ty, it's hard to enforce them.
"Unless we're standing in
front of the courthouse everyday,
there's no way to be sure these
homes are not being sold at mar-
ket rates," said Key West's
affordable housing coordinator,
Paul Clayton.
Clayton estimates there are
more than 500 properties in Key
West with deed restrictions.
Unincorporated Monroe County
has another 450.
The county and municipalities
have not tracked the restrictions
very closely in the past, and some
affordable units, like the
Shipyard condos in Key West,
were sold at market rate.


$5,000 to $10,000, while others ""e '
will go to $100,000." The
Many insurance companies
want to end the existing system
because they say PIP which
guarantees people in an insured
car at least $10,000 toward med-
ical bills or disability creates a
ripe environment for medical
overbilling or outright fraud:
An at-fault system would
require injured drivers and pas-
sengers to prove someone else
was to blame for their injuries
and should pay. SEA
"Some people were saying I SEA
that allowing PIP to expire CA
would reduce your insurance
bill," Regan said.. "But if you WI
want coverage, you're going to CRO
need to increase your medical CA
payments. That's why it's a shell
game you pay now or pay
later."
But as it stands, that personal- v.
medical insurance would not be .A CL
legally required. C
Florida Chief Financial V
Officer Alex Sink wrote to legis
lators this week, warning "nearly O0
every state in the nation requires J
some medical benefits insurance
coverage, and failing to mandate D
this insurance protection is not in :
the best interest of Floridians."
"Now a lot of people are see-
ing the light at the end of the tun-
nel and realize it's a train going
to run us over." Saunders said; '
"A lot of people are ri.ed about
PIP going away."


Clayton and his counterpart in
the county, Lisa Tennyson, are
working to compile lists of proper-
ties with the restrictions so they can
be better tracked. Hill noted the
Marathon Community Land Trust
has already compiled a list of the
Marathon affordable properties.
"We're trying to protect what's
on the ground without destroying
the marketplace," she said.
Not all homeowners are as
happy as Malandra.
John and Ruth Discher tried-in
January to have a 20-year restric-
tion lifted from their Cudjoe Key
home. They entered into the
agreement in 1997 to speed up
the permit process. In 2005, they
wanted to sell the house.
"We had 10 different buyers,"
they wrote in a letter to the coun-
ty, "but after the buyers heard
about the red tape they would
have to go through for buying
this home, the buyers went else-
where. With the restriction on the
home, there is no hope of ever
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Keynoter Staff


Local government has
placed affordable-housing
deed restrictions on homes in
the Key. for \ears \ ith the aim
of keeping them affordable
from one o'.ner to the ne\t.
How ever. the lifespan of most
restrictions has general\
ranged ber\\ een 20 to 50 \ ears,
and manm of those co\enants
are expiring.
Affordable-housine guide-
lines set a sales price on a
home usine a formula that is
based upon a household's
income.
Deed restrictions set a cap
on the resale \alue ot a home
and require that a future bu er
qualify, for affordable housing
under guidelines set by the
government. The guidelines.
based upon the median income
in the counts. set a maximum
income level for a home bu\er
based upon the number of peo-


ple in a household.
According to Realtor P.
Morgan Hill of the Marathon
Community Land Trust, many
deed restrictions have been
issued to qualified applicants
to speed up the counr's per-
mitting process. The rate-of-
growth ordinance can slow the
permirting process to a snail's
pace. taking up to four years
for a net home.
By agreeing to attach a
lestmricion on the deed, proper-
It owners can get a permit
more quickIl.
Enforcing the restrictions is
a challenge for local go\erm-
ment. Ke\ West Housing
Coordinator Paul Clai ton said.
Code-enforcement offices are
in charge of % watching for jo-
iatnons. but man\ deed restric-
tions hale slipped through the
cracks o\er the yardss and hous-
es ha\e been sold at market
rate before theN are eligible.


countyy turned them down.


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SSaturday, September 22, 2007
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Merry-go-round

keeps on spinning

In grammar school, kids used to play a game of musical chairs.
Changing mores have just about eliminated that competitive
bit of classroom mayhem, but it looks like the Monroe County
Commission remains wedded to juvenile gamesmanship.
Watching the commissioners discuss appointments to the
Tourist Development Council Wednesday, one couldn't help but
wait for the music to stop just to see who got left out.
Well, the music stopped. And they all looked like kids back in
grammar school.
Longtime TDC member and former Chairman Matt Babich
was dumped last month from the TDC by District 1 County
Commissioner Dixie Spehar.
Wednesday, she tried to explain her misunderstanding of the
TDC's residency rule as the reason why she thought Babich was
no longer eligible to serve.
District 2 County Commissioner George Neugent was indig-
nant, saying the board was given bad information about Babich
having resigned.
Turns out Babich did not resign; he was pushed off the board.
Mayor Mario Di Gennaro, who has become a lightning rod for
criticism, jumped into the middle of the fray, trying to justify
what happened.
County Attorney Suzanne Hutton was vainly attempting to
respond to Neugent's criticism but couldn't be heard over the din
from the dais where three commissioners Spehar, Di
Gennaro, Neugent were all talking at once.
A key issue in the dispute is the apparent selective enforce-
ment of TDC rules to fit other agendas.
Notably, Babich moved to Key Haven more than a year ago.
So why all of sudden did his residency become an issue?
And why the agenda addition at a special County Commission
meeting Sept. 10 to reappoint Key West Mayor Morgan
McPherson-to the TDC after McPherson missed four meetings,
which under TDC rules dropped him from the board?
And why the public flogging at last week's county budget
meeting, denying budgeted raises for all TDC staff next year?
Could all this have something to do with the TDC board nixing
$2 million more from TDC capital funds to bail out the county's
pledge to scuttle the Vandenberg as an artificial reef?
Clearly the county mayor wants to send a message.
At the end of Wednesday's free-for-all discussion, not much
was accomplished other than the mayor said Babich was a good
guy;. District 3 Commissioner Sonny McCoy said he planned to
appoint Babich to the next available opening; and Hutton told
her bosses it would take an ordinance to change the residency
rule.
Whew. When will the music stop?


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It's easy for the business community to go green


EDITOR:
This week I had the honor and privilege of
being invited to the meeting of the Key West
Attractions Association to discuss the efforts of
the mayor's Green Coalition and, more specifi-
cally, the mission of the Love Your Island
Program of the Key West Chamber of
Commerce.
While there are many components to
achieving this enviable status, it was clear to
me the will exists for Key West to become an
example of what can be done to protect and
enhance not only our lifestyle but this beautiful
place we call home.
I would be remiss in not encouraging every
resident and business to become part of this.
effort by taking personal responsibility as
members of the various companies where we
work and the organizations to which we
belong. In this regard, I invite all of you to
take a look at the Web site www.loveyouris
land.com for some ideas on how you can
begin.
During my presentation, I did a short piece
on the egregious nature of Styrofoam and how
it is so universally accepted by all of us as a
convenience for our morning coffee or to take
home food from restaurants. I showed the
group Styrofoam and explained how detrimen-


tal it is in its production, its use and its dispos-
al.
I then showed the same audience almost
exactly similar products (cups, plates, plastic
flatware and take-home containers) that are
made from corn. These items are readily avail-
able on the market and cost about the same as
Styrofoam, but are biodegradable and com-
postable. I asked the group why we aren't
demanding that these products be used in Key
West. Later that day, I received an overwhelm-
ing number of e-mails and phone calls stating,
"We never knew. Where do we get this .uftt'"
It's very simple. Please find the address at
the above Web site or go directly to www.eco-
products.com and www.trellisearth.com
This is such a simple thing. It is something
that every bar and restaurant can do with.
almost no cost and it will have an enormous
impact on our immediate environment.
Styrofoam and plastic bags are one of the most
dangerous things released by human beings.
into the environment. If enough bars and-
restaurants want this product, it will be made
easily available by one of the food company
suppliers. My question to all of us is simply,
why aren't we doing this?
Chris Belland
Key West


City, market can both win through long-term lease


EDITOR:
The emotional and logical issue of
whether to renew the city of Key West's
lease with the Waterfront Market is not an
easy decision for any of the parties involved.
Why? Both the government and market pro-
vide a valuable service to the citizens of Key
West.
Key West is totally a unique place and in
governing the city, the city leaders have a
responsibility to see to it they get the best
return on their assets.
The market, on the other hand, has served
the citizens for years and years, and has, in a
way, become an icon to the restaurants and
shoppers of Key West.
Should the city, regarding real estate it
owns, give a portion of the business commu-
nity (the market) a rent that is not reflective
of the ongoing waterfront rates as compared
to the rental rates of others? A subsidy, in
other words. There is the rub, the difficulty,
right?
One answer is that the tenant should be
able to bear the market rental rate, including
consumer prize index increases, and still be
successful if they know what they are doing.
The city could easily do this by allowing a
long-term lease with renewable options and
guaranteed rent increases based upon the
CPI, as well as other normal lease stipula-
tions. A developer may well divide the space
into a number of smaller shops or maybe
turn it into a type of shopping mall, or even
build in a lot of flea market stalls. Whatever
comes out of the excellent location should be
a benefit to everyone.


The market can probably raise its prices
way up when nearby condos are finished,
sold and occupied. At that point, the market
owner, if smart, will get a fine, fine return on
his groceries and if the city is smart, it will
have negotiated a certain percentage of all
sales over a certain point in addition to the,
base square-foot rent.
Look at it like this: The market pays X
dollars per square foot and that adds up to X
amount per year. If the market grosses in
volume over X amount of sales for the:year,
then the city would get X percentage of that
overage.
Frank Simmons
Key West and Jupiter



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Saturday, September 22, 2007


Chamber shows support


EDITOR:
Fair Insurance Rates in Monroe is
most grateful to the Greater Marathon
Chamber of Commerce for its unso-
licited donation to our grassroots
organization two years in a row. FIRM
continues its dedication to fight for
fair, equitable, and non-discriminatory
windstorm insurance rates for all resi-
dents and property owners in Monroe
County.
This year, FIRM is focused on con-
dominium rates, which are categorized
as commercial-residential for insur-
ance purposes. The majority of
Monroe County condominium owners
are residents and their rates are not
ba-,ed solel\ as residences.
FIRM has made a positive differ-


ence in effecting lower windstorm
insurance premiums for single-family
homeowners in 2006 and 2007. We
must continue to work diligently
against the insurance industry lobby to
maintain and improve rates for all resi-
dents in the county.
Thank you to everyone who sup-
ports FIRM, but most especially to the
Greater Marathon Chamber of
Commerce.
FIRM is committed to lobby our
state Legislature in 2008, and forward,
to fulfill its mission, and donations are
needed to further support the cause.
Please visit the FIRM Web site at
www.firmkeys.org.
Colleen Repetto
Marathon


Just another day in the Keys


EDITOR:
Kevin Wadlow's "Renegade
tenant built illegally but owner is
cited" article suggests that
Monroe County may be inviting a
dangerous return to 1930's gypsy-
camp water's-edge development
that'piroved fatal to-hundreds of
people with total loss of property
in the 1935 Islamorada hurricane.


Add one more litigious Keys
property controversy to the many
that already exist. Imagine the
outcome of-Monroe County being
sued for preventing a property
owner from complying with coun-
ty codes.
Rick Trout
Tavernier


Shop owner had community vision


EDITOR:
J would like to publicly thank a
member of our community who
did a wonderfully good.deed.
Marathon is full of generous citi-
zens. Some get noticed and some
sit quietly in the background.
I am the school nurse at Stanley
Switlik Elementary School.
Recently there was a student at our
school who desperately needed a
'pair of glasses and, like so many,
was not able to afford a new pair.
He couldn't participate in any of
the classroom activities because
his old glasses were broken
beyond repair.
A school volunteer, whose
deeds also go unsung, took the


student's damaged glasses to the
Optical Shoppe and asked if the
shop's owner, Ms. Rice, could in
any way repair them. Although
Ms. Rice was unable to repair the
glasses, the very next day she
walked into the school and handed
me a brand new pair of glasses for
the student. She was able to deter-
mine the prescription from the old
pair.
I've lived in Marathon for five
years now and I still am amazed at
the unrelenting generous nature of
our residents. Thank you to Ms.
Rice.
Carrie Newsome
Marathon


Ros-Lehtinen accessible to Keys


EDITOR:
I strongly disagree with Monty
Davis' letter regarding politicians
insulating themselves. While I
have: no experience with Sen. Mel
Martinez, I have found Rep. Ileana
Ros-Lehtinen very accessible.
In fact, once a month each in
Marathon, Islamorada and Key
West, Kim Savoia, aide to Rep. -
Ros-Lehtinen, holds open office
hours. These are specifically
designed to aid constituents and
address their concerns. Prior


notice of these meetings is pub-
lished in the local papers.
I found Ms. Savoia to be immi-
nently approachable, friendly,
cooperative and knowledgeable.
Not long after our meeting, I
received a copy of a letter, written
on my behalf from Rep. Ros-
Lehtinen to the Veterans
Administration.
I'm very grateful for this kind
of representation.
Robert A. Bottona
Islamorada


It's- not about the kids,.


it's politics as usual


Every so often, I read or hear about a
policy debate that seems so removed
from reality that it stops me short in my
tracks.
That happened this week when I
watched President Bush vow to veto
funding for the State Children's Health
Insurance Program, which is known as
CHIP.
The program helps provide medical
care for children'from low-income fami-
lies who earn too much money to qualify
for Medicaid, yet cannot afford to buy
private insurance.
Under current funding guidelines,
something like 6 million children in this
country qualify and receive some med-
ical services through CHIP.
The government pays 75
percent of the cost and states
pick up therest.
In Florida, which has a large
percentage of uninsured,
CHIP has been quite literally
a lifesaver. Regular checkups,
immunizations, prescription
drugs, hospital visits and even
lab tests can-be covered under
CHIP.
So why would the president
call a press conference to
announce he opposes any
expansion of the nation's Wayne I
health care safety net for Keynote
kids?
Ah, the reason became
obvious. This is about politics.
The president said he wants a more
modest proposal than the one being
pushed by the Democratic-controlled
Congress.
Under a Senate compromise proposal,
the income level for families to qualify
could rise to about $62,000 a year for a
family of four, which is three times the
federally recognized poverty level.
Oh, and I forgot to add, some
Democrats would fund this expanded
CHIP coverage by boosting taxes on cig-
arettes, a total of 61 cents per package.
I can just imagine the howls that
brought from tobacco industry lobbyists
and southern tobacco interests who still
carry a lot of political clout, especially in
Republican strongholds.
Buit of course, that part never came up
in the president's press conference.
Instead, the president blamed
Democrats for using the CHIP program
as a political bargaining chip, going so
far as to accuse the Dems of trying to
"score political points."
What political points, my numb brain
asked?


Of course, the day before this press
conference, Democratic candidates run-
ning for the White House grabbed head-
lines over ambitious health care plans to
address the disparity in this country
between those who can afford health
care and those who are left out.
One political pundit noted the linkage
between Sen. Hillary Clinton's launch of
her health-care initiative the day before
Bush's press conference and drew a dot-
ted line connecting the two events.
That's about where my brain went
numb and I realized this wasn't about
kids or health care at all. This was about
scoring political points.
We've regressed a lot in this country
under the burden of partisan politics that
divide rather than unite our
people.
But have we reached the
point where partisan politics
overrides everything?
Sadly, we may already be
far down that path.
For the record, I note that
S in President Bush's home
state of Texas the Legislature,
controlled by Republicans, is
expanding the eligibility rules
Sfor Texas families to qualify
for CHIP.
larkham Go figure.
Publisher

In yet another blow to common sense,
we report in today's Keynoter on the
closing down of the PACE Center for
Girls in Plantation Key.
Since 1985, this targeted approach to
saving young at-risk teen girls has served
some 12,000 students statewide in 19
counties, including Monroe.
Many of the girls face juvenile charges
and drop out from school.
Intervention with adult mentors and
teachers has been the salvation for many
who otherwise would be tossed aside by
society as "ungovernable" or "delin-
quent."
Thanks to schools Superintendent
Randy Acevedo and Coral Shores High
Principal Ron Martin, PACE will contin-
ue to offer services using space donated
by the School District.
If you're wondering why the PACE
Center was forced to close its doors,
wonder no more Florida reduced state
funding for the successful intervention
program.
State funding represents nearly 80 per-
cent of PACE's statewide budget. Local
funding accounts for only 3 percent.


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Sloan Bashinsky. J. George Claing. 1 Morgan McPherson.
Age 64. Age 79. + Age 38.
+ Key West resident off and on since Eleven-year resident. Key West resident more than
S 2000. Occupation: Semi-retired, marine 30 years.
Occupation: Minister, writer repair. Occupation: Real estate agent
Education: Law degree, University Education: Marine Corps. + Education: Bachelor's degree,
S of Alabama School of Law. Florida State.




Bashinsky: Truman Waterfront. Truman Waterfront. Truman Waterfront.
Plenty of room. Scenic. Free land, which makes affordable housing really doable. Bypasses esoteric rate-of-growth ordinance, mitigation, etc.
Opens door to partnering with Habitat for Humanity and charitable land trusts, which I understand are partnering with cities all over the U.S. to restore inner cities and
create affordable housing. I'd put community gardens into this affordable housing development for growing fruits, vegetables and flowers. I'd use solar panels, cisternS.

Claing: We could fill in the Salt Ponds as w\as done years before our time. after set ere flooding destroy ed some ponds. Those ponds behind the airport and South :
Roose~elt Boule\ ard do not add up to the equity that low-cost housing would
Stock Island. As office parks are being built. the city w ill undertake the construction of lows-cost. lo\ -le\ el d\ellings for uthabitants \ ho are nok% occupying their trail-
er homes. In addition to the apartments, \we \ ill construct to\ wnhouses and efficiencies. .
Choice of d\\ellins will be made on a need-to-ha e basis-. vith all claims verified by the chosen office.

McPherson: Poinciana Housing. There are currently five acres of unencumbered land. This has the potential for 16 units an acre.
Truman Waterfront. This location already has included in the master plan a consideration for affordable housing. It supports the density, infrastructure and physical loca-
tion test. However, carefully attempts would be required to maintain the preservation of the waterfront facade.
The aggregation of land by the School Board,-the city and the Housing Authority located on Trumbo Road. It is properly zoned and it would be designed appropriately.
This could potentially provide 180 potential units for residents.

Montefalcon: Ml criteria for workforce housing: Easy access to predominant and \ell-integrated parts ot the city.
I would d like to see %\orkforce housing established at Trumbo Point. Poinciana and Porter Place. I think these locations afford easy access to most places of emplo ment
without the need of a vehicle. More immediately, I would like to see incentives given to property owners in these locations to convert their existing structures to accommo-
date workforce housing.
This will be a joint effort that w ill involve the city. county. and nonprofit organizations in making much needed \ orkforce housing a reality now.

Noda: Creative ideas such as pod homes in areas like the missile site on Old Government Road would suffice a 30- to 40-home community.

Weekley: The old Plantauis Restaurant site on Caroline Street, accessible by bike or walking to the dow nto\ n commercial area for workers
Mount Trashmore on Stock Island. Potential mixed-use area close to schools, hospital, college and shopping on Roosevelt Boulevard (would require extensive feasibili-
t) study and use of federal "Brownfield" grant money) for cleanup and preparation for use).
Truman Waterfront. The master plan provides for up to 100 units of housing above commercial .pace: such housing in this location would also be accessible b. bike or
w alkine to dow\ nto\ n area.



Bashinsky: Concerning the proposed 135-unit assisted-living facility at the Truman Waterfront, I see no reason for Key West City to give free.land to a private developer
to build housing for people who live outside of Key West when the city doesn't have enough housing just for its own people.
As currently framed, the proposed facility would be available on a preferred basis to elders from Marathon to Key West, and to elders farther north if there was not enough
demand from Marathon to Key West.

Claing: I believe an assisted living facility does not belong in such a public arena. Evidently no one has thought of the noie frOrri The recreationall \enues and other nois-
es frrom crowds of isilors. The dear clients of such a retirement home retire \ern early and require serenity to help them get the sleep the\ need. That is if the field light-
ing doesn't hinder that \ish. .
What safety protection will be in place to prevent anyone falling into the mole, a chain-link fence: That often becomes a double fence, one of wire the other of newspa-
per and litter. The almost-constant winds will play havoc with the litter.

McPherson: A community center is greatly required. A center of this magnitude could provide opportunities for cultural and community events to be shared by the
arts/music/theater community as well.
A water park/eco-discovery center that would provide residents and visitors the opportunity to experience the beauty of our city. The character of the city's waterfront
property must be preserved.
Creation of a working waterfront marina. By using this resource to offset the expenses of a Truman Waterfront amphitheater, green space and parks, the city can secure
funds to provide a beautiful completion to a home for residents and a destination for others.

Montefalcon: I am completely! in suppon of the assisted-li ing facility on the Truman Waterfront property. If the voters decide against it, however, I would like to build
a community center. : park and a performing-arts theater. This would ensure that there would be places fr eter\ KeN West citizen, young and old, to express themselves
and improve their lies.
These structures would house programs focusing on health and fitness and the fine and perfornung arts, as ell as serve as a place for after-school programs for students
and lifestyle resources for the elderly.

Noda: Family recreation spaces, indigenous quiet space park, walking and bike trails, and integrated into assisted living facility.

Weekley: The bulk of the acreage must be parkland, our ow\ n Central Park with an amphitheater, as required in the agreement with the Navy.
Supportive commercial space to pro\ ide needed jobs in Bahama Village ith workforce housing aboe
Marina that w\ would generate re\ enue to support the rest of the area.








Keynoter K W t t M oral gt tin 2007 Saturday, September 22, 2007 9

+ Rolland Montefalcon. Carie Noda. + Jimmy Weekley.
Age 32. Age 50. .. Age: 59.
Seven-year resident. Lifetime resident. Lifetime resident.
Occupation: Owner, VIP Nutrition Occupation: Social psychologist. ? Occupation: Owner, Fausto's Food
and Smoothiestar. I Education: Pace University and Palace.
+ Education: MBA, Stuart School of Fordham University, New York. Education: Florida Southern
Business, Chicago. College.





Bashinsky: Close Duval Street to motor-vehicle traffic and turn it into a mall. Allow delivery trucks in the morning only. This will increase the parking crunch else-
where. I see no solutions to the parking crunch other than to charge a heavy tax per car on residents who own cars, and a heavy visitor tax on cars entering Key West. I
oppose such taxes. Parking crunch goes with living on a popular semi-tropical island at the bottom of U.S. 1.

Clawing: W'e the drivers are not responsible for the mess \we face in our parking habits. An., space is legal. some feel. There are so many cars and so fe\. places to park
them Our tourists will take any' space that is vacant. There is at present no solution. We ha\e no spare space to help alle% late the trouble.
I offer the fIlloimg: Stock Island.
Many other cities ha'e pushed their borders outside their real linuts and turned less-valuable lands into office parks \with attached parking. Those buildings need not
adhere to the height requirements of Key \West: the could require netw rules.

McPherson: In the past, more parking permits were issued than parking exists. The city must implement and establish new requirements that take into consideration the
individuals that move in and out of the district. New initiatives and incentives to utilize the downtown parking garages should be established. Currently, new pay stations
have been placed on Duval Street and been successful during early implementation. We need to develop a modality plan that is comprehensive and enforceable, one that
lakes into consideration the full-time residents first and our visitors second. Public safety must be primary as we encourage bicycle and pedestrian traffic.

Montefalcon: Enforcement of the current parking law s needs to take place. 1 deal vi th tourists parking illegally at Simonton Center even daN. 1 think enforcing the park-
ing laws ill help to encourage ride-shanrng. We can offer a tax credit to businesses that can demonstrate ride-sharing among their employees.
Also. I believe \we need to work with our transit authority n pro hiding affordable express shuttle ser ices trom designated parking lots to the do ntow n area. This \\ ll
help generate revenue for the city, as well as save residents and tourists money on transportation e\pernses." whichh in turn \ ill generate commerce in the cmt.

Noda: Making better use of the parking garage on Caroline Street all 24 hours would help city revenue and decrease parking in Old Town. Signage should direct traffic
from beaches and upon entrance to island. Residential homes should have parking precedence.

Weekley: Eliminate parking meters and install pay stations in the middle of blocks v. here parking is presently permitted. This system of pa stations would allo\ an
nmd dual to park anyw here in the citr where there are meters. Establish a bicycle co-op ftake-a-bike. leaxe-a-bike stations located around the island i.
Residential parking s item needs to be revisited. Residents who live in a neighborhood should get first priority parking there- mechanisms should be put in place to allow
residents \ ho lie else\ here in to n but w ho shop or ha e business dow\ntio n and in these surrounding neighborhoods to Du al to park at specified times: perhaps make
residential parking effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.


Bashinsky: Accomplished: The City Commission seems to have gotten serious about trying to do something to stop people who obtained restricted affordable housing
from selling or renting it out at market rates. The City Commission seems to have gotten serious about trying to stay out of dangerous lawsuits, e.g., agreeing to let the
two tattoo-parlor applicants open on Duval Street.
Fumbled: The City Commission did not step in and work out a fair result with Blue Heaven, a popular restaurant that was hammered because one Bahama Village resi-
dent complained about the parking. The City Commission paid Ed Swift's company, Historic Tours of America, approximately $500,000 to ferry cruise-ship passengers into
Old Town. Cruise-ship passengers should pay their own way into Old Town.

Claing: I knov, \erN little good that has come from any actions bh the Citt Commission so far in its present term and the foregoing term.
Mostly. w hat I am ai:re o.f is their lack of agreement on the most tri\ al issues. I decided that the reason for this is because the\ don't stud\ the issues before the meet-
ines and when caught between a rock and a hard place. they almost beg that the issue be tabled for further consideration.
Some commissioners appear to nie like they are resentful ot one another. c\ en to dislike the mayor.

McPherson: We labored diligently to complete a high-quality budget plan that meets the needs of our citizenry under a new state mandate.
We have finally put together an inclusive comprehensive agenda for moving affordable housing forward. We have identified all the affordable units that exist and are now
in a position to bring in the enforcement piece that was sorely missing in the past.
On the tattoo issue, we should have handled our zoning-in-progress doctrine faster. We should have replaced our city manager in a more timely manner.

Montefalcon: Fumbles: The ciit lawsuit s ith Duck Tours Seafari. The cty-is left with a more-than $13.5 million bill. accrumin interest costing Key West citizens
$2 100 a day It appear the franchise agreement \ith Historic Touis of America is still active even though I believe it's been tound in \ tolation of anti-trust statutes and
caused the entire Duck Tours tiasco. This can leave Key West open to more lawsuits.
Accomplishments: TheN hav e finally found a nesw city manager and cit\ attorney that can \ work w ith them and brought in experts to negotiate tair city leases and keep
track of deed restrict unanimous decision to place the 09-year lease referendum for assisted living on the ballot.

Noda: The poor last-minute negotiations with the Waterfront Market (the sole healthy specialty foods grocery on the island, and the Truman Annex Master Property
Association Southard Street debate) were and will prove in the future to have been huge mistakes. Not to mention whatever happened to the Duck Tours lawsuit.

Weekley: Accomplishments: Modernrzing the operating guidelines for the historic KeN West Cemetery. Setting of fees for those \\ho falsely. report fires that will discour-
age this unnecessary\ drain on our fire protection resources. Shortcomings: Truman \Vaterfront property. tVrtuall. no progress made on implementing the master plan.
including the seeking of grants for that central park open space development. Failure to tighten up zoning ordinances that would present creeping commercialization in
our neighborhoods, as %well as weakening Historic Architecture Re\ iew Commission guidelines that have allowed more commercialization in our historic district and a
toothless code enforcement w hen iI comes to illegal vacation property rentals.







10 Saturday, September 22, 2007


Utility Board Election 2007


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Harry Bethel Sr.
Age 67.
SLifetime resident.
+ Occupation: Director, customer
service, Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority; city commissioner.
SEducation: Key West High School,
training in utility-related courses.

1. Residents and businesses could
save electricity and money by making several minor
changes to their lighting systems to include a) converting
from standard incandescent light bulbs to compact fluo-
rescent bulbs; b) installing motion sensors in rooms
throughout the house or business to automatically turn
lights off; and c) educate children on the importance of
turning the lights and electronics off when not in use.
Another opportunity for saving money is to manage
high-energy appliances such as air conditioning, refriger-
ation, water heating and clothes drying. This could be
accomplished by installation of timers and by adjusting
the thermostats.

2. Keys Energy Services could offer incentives to cus-
tomers who install or utilize energy-saving devices. This
could be handled by the utility offering a) rebates; b)
vouchers; c) a discount program; d) grant funding; or e)
credits to the bill.
Keys Energy could implement an energy conservation
rate structure. This would establish tiered-conservation
levels, based on various classes of service, whereby if the
customer stays within a defined energy-use level, their
rate would be lower and, as energy consumption increas-
es, the rate per kilowatt hour would increase (this has
been successful at the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority
for water conservation).



Utility Board

candidate questions

1. Please describe two specific
ways Keys Energy Services customers
could save electricity and, therefore,
money that aren't being done now.
Please limit your answer to 100 words.

2. Please describe two specific
incentives Keys Energy Services could
offer customers to encourage saving
electricity.


Key West voters will elect a mayor, three
commissioners and three Utility Board mem-
bers Oct. 2, and also vote in a binding referen-
dum whether to build an assisted-living facility
at the Truman Waterfront.
Early voting goes until Sept. 29 from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday at
the Monroe County Supervisor of Elections
Office, 530 Whitehead St. Registered voters can
also vote by absentee ballot at the same loca-
tion until 7 p.m. Oct. 2.
For more details, call 292-3416.


I. Charles Lee.
S * Age 65.
+ 27-year resident.
Occupation: Real estate broker.
R* Education: Master's degree,
University of Florida.-

1. Fiber optics will allow wireless
v Internet for Key West. The income
from the sale of this service will pro-
vide an additional source of revenue.
Net metering along with solar power will allow the
citizens to realize a credit on their electrical bill for
unused power during the day. I am proposing the Utility
Board take solar power to the next level and sell the
products and have Keys Energy Services provide the
services required for the customers to become solar.
The increased revenue from the sale of solar products
and services will provide additional income to offset or
mitigate rate increases.

2. I support an investigative feasibility study to
explore utilizing our renewable energy, solid waste, in
Monroe County for the generation of electrical energy.
There is new technology plasma gasification that needs
investigating to allow the incineration of solid waste
instead of hauling it out of the Keys.
New technology may allow the elimination of Mount
Trashmore. That would provide Key West with about 60
more acres that could be used toward housing.
The byproduct would be electrical power to Keys
Energy.


* Mona Clark.
* Age 54.
* Lifetime resident.
* Occupation: School administrator.
* Education: Master's degree,
University of South Florida.


s1. Keys Energy Services customers
L 2 as a first step toward change should
call and take advantage of the in-home
energy survey or the online survey. After discussing
results with a Keys representative, the customer'should
then decide on improvements that can be done in the
household and/or the types of energy-efficient equipment
needed that fits within their budget that would help in
saving energy and money.
It is easy to neglect a necessary task of taking the time
to make smart choices when selecting appliances/equip-
ment and frequently due to expense, we are all guilty of
not keeping up with proper maintenance, especially in
relation to performance.

2. Keys Energy Service can encourage saving energy
by offering a rebate program as incentive for customers
who purchase and install Energy Star-efficient appli-
ances and/or technologies.
In addition, stocking compact fluorescent bulbs,
which use a fraction of the electricity used by a tradition-
al bulb, at Keys Energy, which could be purchased at a
discount when customers come in, may offer incentive
for changing bulbs within their households, leading to
lower electric bills and help with pollution reduction.


STy Symroski.
S*Age 55.
t + 23-year resident.
Occupation: Community planner.
SEducation: Master's degree from
the University of North Carolina

1. I don't know what people are
doing but I know heating water takes
a lot of energy. This can be reduced by
installing a solar hot-water heater, on-demand heater or
a timer. Setting the heater to 120 degrees also reduces
energy consumption,
Air conditioning is a huge draw and occurs at the
peak demand which is most expensive to meet. Solar
electric panels generate electricity when it is mostn'eed-
ed.

2. Keys Energy could pay for home energy efficiency
improvements and recover the cost from the savings.
Once the improvements are paid for, the customer would
benefit from lower electric use, saving money.
Revise the rate structure. Time-of-day metering
charges more during the peak when electricity is most
expensive. This rewards customers that raise the therno-
stat setting on the air conditioner when away from home
during the day.
Life-line pricing provides a tiered rate Structure,
charging the lowest rate per kilowatt for the baseline
needed to live. Higher rates would be charged for'tbh-
sumption that exceeds this baseline and a highest rate
would be charged for excessive consumption. Net-
metering allows customers generating electricity with
solar panels to sell energy to Keys Energy at or near the
retail rate.


+ Diane Covan.
SAge 58.
+ Resident 1977 to 1984, returned in
1994.
* Occupation: Attorney.
* Law degree, University of Florida.


S 1. If a customer wants to learn how
to save electricity, he or she has an
abundance of suggestions in books, magazines and on the
Web. I did a search for "save electricity" and it produced
several thousand Web sites with suggestions. Or the cus-
tomer could call Customer Service at Keys Energy (295-
1081) and request an audit.
If a customer understands the importance of conserva-
tion and thus cares about not over-using electricity, that is
the most important step. Once that sincerely exists, it can
be combined with vigilant awareness and I believe that the
rest becomes easy. The customer will then plant the shade
trees, turn off the lights, buy the energy efficient appli-
ances, install solar panels, etc.

2. I strongly advocate a higher level of teamwork
between Keys Energy and customers. I propose a Keys
Energy employee who conducts the educational ite'-\ isit
survey and audit intended to reduce consumption should
be given a proportional bonus if the customer's usage in
the subsequent year is less than the year prior to the visit.
Likewise, the customer should get a lower rate.
Also, I would advertise on television and in ihe pre"'
.the success stories of the employee-customer team to
motivate others to achieve the same goals. .


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* Charles Bradford.
* Age 55.
* 27-year resident.
+ Occupation: Vice president of lending, Keys
Federal Credit Union.
+ Education: Bachelor's degree, University of
North Florida.


I. 1. The biggest activity that rate payers can
employ to save energy is conservation. By putting
timers on water heaters, [upgrade] insulation and weather stripping,
buying Energy Star appliances and using ceiling fans, a household
could save up to 30 percent on its electric bill.
SMost of the generation that we have on the island is called peak-
er generation and is not cost effective, but it is dependable.
Conservation also will save in reducing the need for these speaker
generators.
Passive solar water heaters also are very cost effective. The
biggest drains on power in a residence are the air conditioners, dry-
ers and water heaters. Using solar will also dramatically reduce
electric,bills.

2.,Larger incentives for burying electric lines and assistance with
solar, acquisition and installation. The utility could partner -with
other Florida Municipal Electricity Association and Florida
Municipal Power Association members to provide state and federal.
grant funds to assist our rate payers in the process of application and
implementation.

+ Thomas Milone.
SAge 61.
+ Six-year resident.
Occupation: retired court clerk.
) + Education: Bachelor's degree, Long Island
-h University.

1. Install a solar power system, connect to the
grid and sell excess electricity to the utility.
Install room sensors that switch off lights
when no one is in the room.

2. Allow customers to make energy consumption decisions
based on time of day and seasonal energy prices by using a compa-
ny-provided programmable thermostat to control their central cool-
ing system, electric water heater and pool pumps. Signing up and
participating should be free.
Customers should receive multi-tiered electricity rates for a cer-
tain time of day and season, enabling customers to choose to alter
their energy consumption based on the price tiers.
:Provide solar systems for homes and businesses and connect to
the grid; all at cost. Keys Energy Services should become state cer-
tified so that customers would be eligible for state and federal
rebates.


Nov. 6 ballot shapes up


Two referendums
would appear
if runoff occurs
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com

With a 'Nov. 6 runoff Key
West City Commission elec-
tion nearly guaranteed due to
the large number of candidates,
voters likely will have the
opportunity to voice their opin-
ions on a proposal to change
the city charter, mandating any
land annexation be approved or
denied by voters.
The possible referendum
came as a result of a resolution
debated in the summer by the
City Commission that
would've allowed the city to
annex Wisteria Island for
potential development.
The referendum language
states that any time there's a
proposal to annex property into
the city, it must be voted on by
Key West residents.
The charter would read,
"Annexation or acquisition by
any means of any and all real


property may only be by a vote
of the electors of the city."
A group calling itself the
Wisteria Island Committee,
through days of collecting John
Hancocks outside the post
office, supermarket and other
businesses, met the require-
ment of obtaining 1,526 signa-
tures to put their proposed ref-
erendum on the ballot.
That number is based on 10
percent of the number of regis-
tered voters at the time of the
last city election, in 2005.
Monroe County Elections
Supervisor Harry Sawyer veri-
fied the signatures.
Committee Chairman Bruce
Ritson sounds optimistic about
the referendum passing if it
makes the ballot.
"I expect it will carry on
that day because there is no
opposition to this idea," he
said.


Also on the possible Nov. 6
ballot is a referendum on a pro-
posal by the Bahama Conch
Community Land Trust to con-
struct 60 to 70 affordable hous-
ing units, trade schools, art stu-
dios and more at the Truman
Waterfront.
The City Commission on
Tuesday OK'd the ballot ques-
tion. In the event there is no
runoff election, the referendum
will appear on the next general
election ballot.
"It's not the seven of us sit-
ting up here you have to sell
this concept to," Commissioner
Bill Verge told Land Trust
members.
Commissioner Jose
Menendez said he isn't com-
fortable with the fact the pro-
posed lease is for 99 years, the
standard length for leases to be
approved by banks.
"I'm allergic to 99-year
leases," Menendez said. "I
think it's a long, long time."


Editor's note: Candidate bios and answers on Key West issues
for the candidates for Key West City Commission will be pub-
lished in Wednesday's Keynoter.


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E-mail sent
while staffer
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By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


Soon after Key West Mayor
Morgan McPherson's smiling
face popped up in the e-mail
accounts of city workers
Wednesday, a city employee
finds himself in the doghouse.
McPherson is standing for
re-election in October. The e-
mail wouldn't have stood out
from other campaign adver-
tisements if it weren't for the
city emblem in the top left
corner and'the fact that it was
sent from a city employee
while on the clock.
Beside McPherson in the
photo are his four children and
wife. His campaign slogan,
"The mayor you can trust!," is
in the top right corner. On the
left side of the graphic is a
reminder to "Vote Oct. 2nd."
Assistant Fleet Manager
Terry Burton was at work


Wednesday morning when he
sent the e-mail. Burton works
under General Services
Director David Fernandez.
Now, Burton has been
given a written warning.
"It clearly violates city e-
mail policy and code con-
duct," Fernandez said. "It was


definitely during work hours."
Florida statute states a pub-
lic employee can't participate
in campaigning during work-
ing hours on public property,
he said.
"That also violates election
law," Fernandez said, adding
that if the e-mail was sent
after 5 p.m. absent the city
seal and not from the city


.j
computer, there wouldn't!have
been an issue. -
"I think the city manager is
taking appropriate disciplinary
action against him," City
Attorney Shawn Smith said.
"It clearly should not have
been done."
Burton was out sick Friday
and McPherson could not be
reached before press time.


Bethel ends 16-year run


Commissioner
is.trying out
other things
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


After Key West City
Commissioner Harry Bethel
accepted a few complimentary
plaques commending his serv-
ice on the Audit Committee
and the General Employee
Pension Board of Trustees, he
bid his colleagues farewell


during Tuesday's meeting.
"I have had the privilege to
serve on this dais for 16
years," Bethel said. "I have
enjoyed my tenure. I have
enjoyed my success."
Bethel referred to his com-
mitment to lower property
taxes, which he said he's
accomplished.
He decided not to seek a
fourth four-year term so he
could run for Utility Board
Group 1. His opponents in that
race are Realtor Charles Lee
and former City Planner Ty
Symroski.
In his goodbye, Bethel
thanked his fellow commis-
sioners, City Manager Jim
Scholl, City Clerk Cheri


Smith, Internal Auditor
Katherine Watts and i City
Attorney Shawn Smith, who
received a glowing perform-
ance evaluation that night.
"I wish my fellow commis-
sioners the best," he said.
Bethel, a third-generation
Conch whose family came
from Nassau in 1843, can usu-
ally be found in his office at
the Florida Keys Aqueduct
Authority, where he is director
of customer service. He also
serves as chairman of the
Monroe County Housing
Authority and president of the
Monroe County Housing
Corp.
"I'll still be on this island,"
Bethel said. "So if anybody
needs my help, call me."


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Funding cuts
force layoffs
at student center
By KRISTEN BURNIE
kbumie@keysreporter.com

After 10 years of providing an
alternative education setting and
counseling for girls with truancy,
delinquency and classroom prob-
lems, the PACE Center for Girls
has closed its year-round Upper
Keys center.
Dixie Humelsine, president of
the board for PACE in the Upper
Keys, said state funding for the
program has dropped, forcing the
center to lay off its three full-time
employees. Three other employ-
ees, understanding the center's
bleak future, recently quit to take
teaching jobs at other schools.
PACE is a public program that
depends on state funding based
on the number of students.
Humelsine said a decline in
enrollment by more than half
over the past two years means
PACE can no longer sustain
itself.
"The bottom line is two years
ago, our budget was based on 28
girls," Humelsine said. "There

briefs


Crist honors Keys
with Point of Light

Gov. Charlie Crist on
Thursday recognized Mike
Henriquez as this week's Florida
Point of Light for exemplary vol-
unteerism with the Relay for Life
in Key West.
Henriquez, director of instruc-
tional services for the Monroe
County School Board, coordi-
nates volunteers annually for the
American Cancer Society
fundraiser.
He is the first of four Points of
Light selected, from Florida's
Hispanic community in celebra-
tion of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Each year, he motivates teachers,
administrators and secretaries
from the district to volunteer at
the event.
The Points of Light Award
recognizes a Florida resident or
organization weekly that demon-
strates exemplary service to com-
munity.


are 12 girls in the program right
now, and to run a program with
integrity so they can earn aca-
demic credit and get one-on-one
counseling, we need two coun-
selors and two teachers. That's
not going to work with 12 girls,"
she said.
The PACE program provided
year-round classes and counsel-
ing for participants. The students
took all their classes at the PACE
center.
Humelsine said PACE has
reached an agreement with the
Monroe County School District
to run a reduced version of the.
program at Coral Shores High
School. The new program will
use PACE teaching principles but
won't operate year-round,
employing one teacher and one
counselor.
Humelsine said she sees the
move to Coral Shores as "a very,
very positive thing." She thanked
School District Superintendent
Randy Acevedo and Coral Shores
Principal Ron Martin for finding
a solution on short notice.
"We couldn't do it without
Randy's support," Humelsine
said, "and Ron Martin has been
very supportive about finding
space for PACE at the high
school. The unfortunate thing for
the girls is it's happening really
quickly."
Many of the 12 students who


attend PACE are upset over the
move. They gathered at the Coral
Shores campus last weekend to
protest the closing, holding signs
and shouting "save our school" to
passing drivers.
"I'm very disappointed,"
PACE student Alexis Gonzalez
told The Reporter. "This is like
our family and our home."
Gonzalez said the girls don't
want to move because they fear
teasing and bullying from other
Coral Shores students. She said
many of the girls who attend
PACE live at the Florida Keys
Children's Shelter and consider
PACE their only family.
The PACE students also held a
car wash Sunday to raise money
for keeping the program open
year-round. They made about
$140.
Humelsine said she applauds
their efforts and wants to make
the transition as painless as possi-
ble for them.
"It's so wonderful to see that
they're so devoted to the pro-
gram," she said. "They were
quite frustrated because I wasn't
telling them what they wanted to
hear, but you have 'to support
their efforts. These girls are just
amazing."
Humelsine said she believes
the program will be successful at
its new location because one of
PACE's goals is to transition girls
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Keys News


Marathon hits 10% target


$70,000 cut
from the budget
in last hearing
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon city staff managed
to shave an extra $70,000 from
the budget for fiscal year 2007-
08, thereby achieving a millage
rate 10 percent below the roll-
back rate.
The final rate will be 1.4342,
or $1.4342 per $1,000 of
assessed taxable property value.
At that rate, the owner of a
$300,000 home in Marathon
would pay $430.26 in city taxes
for the coming year.
Marathon's millage rate is the
lowest in Monroe County out-
side of Key Colony Beach and
far exceeds a state-mandated
mark of 5 percent below roll-
back, which is the rate needed to
raise the same amount of money
next fiscal year as the current
one. The fiscal year starts Oct. 1.
Several different options
were discussed on ways to trim
enough to achieve a 10 percent


rollback, but in the end Finance
Manager Cindy Lawson said the
money was transferred from the
city's fund balance.
She and Finance Director
Peter Rosasco told the council at
Thursday's final budget meeting
that even after transferring those
funds, the city would still hold
50 percent of the coming year's
operating expenditures in
reserve.


The much-debated Middle
Keys Community Land Trust
contract, which is for .$50,000
annually, will remain on the
budget as is.
Planning Director Fred Gross
said council will review terms of
the contract Oct. 9.
"We're only going to budget
$16,500 in set charges, with per-
item charges not to exceed
$40,000," Gross said, noting the
contract will be more specific
than the original.


Koppel: Airport
project messed
up early on
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Responding to a critical
grand-jury report, Monroe
County Engineer David Koppel
defended the county's role in
overseeing construction of a new
passenger terminal at Key West
Intemational Airport.
During Wednesday's regular
County Commission meeting,
Koppel read his responses to the
spring-term report of a grand jury
that faulted county oversight of
the $31.6 million project, which
is now slated for July completion.
Koppel said "my approach is I
didn't care who was at fault. We
had a job to do, and I wanted to
just get the job done."
State Attorney Mark Kohl sent
a letter to the county commis-
sioners Aug. 28 disclosing the
grand-jury findings.
"The taxpayers of Monroe
County have a right to expect
more responsibility from their
public officials," the grand jury
wrote, adding that the county's
oversight of the construction con-
tract was "inadequate."
The county is working with
West Palm Beach-based
Morganti Group, which is pro-
viding at-risk management for
construction of the McCoy
Terminal Complex.
County Administrator Tom
Willi put Koppel in overall charge
of the project last September,
replacing Airports Director Peter
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Horton after Horton raised issues
of rising costs.
Horton said he didn't see
Koppel's Wednesday rebuttal to
the grand-jury report and just
read the report Thursday. He
declined comment.
Tracing a complex history of
changing management and mis-
understandings between players,
Koppel explained how problems
that arose a year ago were
smoothed out.
"The project was off track, in
the beginning," he said. "It could
have involved a lawsuit and
rebidding the whole project.: We
had that choice or try and salvage
this relationship with Morganti.
We think we're making good
headway."
In what Commissioner
George Neugent called "a joift
effort of chaotic screw-ups," the
estimated $25 million for the new
terminal grew to $31.6 million
while Tom Willi shuffled around
staff to keep the project moving.
Koppel told commissioners
the $25 million was only an esti-
mate, made before plans had
even been drawn up.
As for staffing, Koppel
blamed county employee Larry
Chalmers for a lot of the early
misunderstandings between the
county and Morganti.
"A change in leadership was
required," Koppel said.
Among witnesses who testi-
fied in the grand-jury investiga-
tion were Chalmers, Willi,
Horton, county Mayor Mario Di
Gennaro, Commissioner Sonny
McCoy and County Clerk Danny
Kolhage.


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Saturday, September 22, 2007 15


TDC confusion continues


Rule change
possible for
appointments
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Monroe County Commis-
sioner Dixie Spehar recommend-
ed Wednesday a change in the
rules governing the county
Tourist Development Council
following a week of turmoil over
the way TDC board members are
selected.
"People no longer live and
work in the same area," she said,
suggesting that TDC appointees
should be selected to represent
the district where they do busi-
ness. As it stands now, people are
appointed according to their resi-
dence.
S"I feel we need to change the
policy," Spehar said.
The issue came to a head
when Mayor Mario Di Gennaro
appointed Islamorada resident
Jim Rhyne to the TDC. Rhyne's
motel is in Marathon.
The appointment followed


TDC rules to the letter but riled a
number of people who feel a
business owner should represent
the region in which his or her
business lies.
"The representative should be
for the business, not the resi-
dence," agreed Commissioner
Sylvia Murphy. "You are
involved with the business com-
munity in the area where you
have that business. And the busi-
ness is what generates the dollars
for the TDC."
TDC Director Harold Wheeler
last week sent a letter to County
Attorney Suzanne Hutton com-
plaining that the Rhyne appoint-
ment left Islamorada lodgings
with no representation.
The residency, rule was
imposed on Key West hotelier
Matt Babich in July when he was
removed from the board.
Babich had represented
District 1 for seven years and
lived in that district most of that
time. However, he moved into
District 2 at least a year ago. In
July Spehar appointed Freddy
Varela to take Babich's seat.


Popham remains


on planning board


Commissioner
is approved
unanimously
Keynoter Staff

The Monroe County Com-
mission voted unanimously Wed-
nesday to reappoint Marathon
business owner Sherry Popham to
the Planning Commission.
The appointment moves
Popham from her District 4 seat
to District 2, where she will
replace Michelle Cates Deal,
whose term is expiring.
County Mayor Mario Di
Gennaro appointed Key West
attorney John Marston to the
District 4 seat.
Planning Commission
Chairman Jim Cameron encour-
aged the county commissioners
to retain Popham.
"She's our lead person on the
working-waterfront issue,"
Cameron said. "She's our expert


and we're just starting that whole
process. We need her."
The Planning Commission
plays a vital role in pulling
together a countywide plan to
preserve water-dependent busi-
nesses and public access to the
water. The commission oversees
most new development and rede-
velopment that goes on in unin-
corporated Monroe County.
Popham's appointment by
Commissioner George Neugent
was a last-minute addition to
Wednesday's meeting, and the
move likely pleased many
Middle Keys residents since the
Marston appointment threatened
to leave Marathon with no repre-
sentation on the board.:
SPopham co-owns the
Marathon Boat Yard with hus-
band Bruce Popham. She was
originally appointed to the
Planning Commission in January
2006 to replace the retiring Lynn
Mapes.


At Wednesday's commission
meeting, Commissioner George
Neugent pointed out that Babich
was never formally removed
from the board.
"You don't have the authority
to remove someone who sits on
the TDC," he said to Spehar. The
commission "inadvertently con-
.firmed that removal by putting
someone else on the council."
"I don't think anybody at the
commission level was contem-
plating whether he had or hadn't
resigned," Hutton responded.
Babich sent an e-mail to
Hutton last week.
"Although I had one year left
in my term, and- had faithfully
served on the TDC for seven
years, the residency issue was
determined to require immediate
remedy," he wrote. "At the next
[commission] meeting, I was in
fact removed...."
Hutton told the commission
that if it wants to change the pol-
icy so appointments are made
according to a business location
rather than the appointee's resi-
dence, it would require a new
ordinance.


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school Thursday by two
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and athletics on campus.
The donation from
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Anne will go toward renova-
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Commissioners
OK transmittal
against advice
By ALYSON CREAN
acrean@keynoter.com

Despite warnings by staff and
advisors, the Monroe County
Commission on Wednesday
.added a last-minute addendum to
a proposed county- ordinance
aimed at preserving the working
waterfront and voted unanimous-
ly to send the ordinance to the
state Department of Community
Affairs for approval.
Since the county is designated
as an Area of Critical State
Concern, DCA must approve any
changes to the land plan that
affect growth and development in
the Keys.
The ordinance provides incen-
tives designed to encourage
landowners to maintain existing
working waterfront uses like boat
yards and fish houses.
Under the guise of hurricane
recovery, attorneys for Stock
Island waterfront property own-
ers added a provision that would
change the county's comprehen-
sive plan so public lodging would


be considered a "development
not impacting hurricane evacua-
tion times."
Attorney David Paul Horan
said emergency-management
officials support the idea of using
hotels for "first responders" -
the people who are first in line to
put the community back together
after a hurricane.
Horan said the plan for devel-
.oping the Safe Harbor waterfront
includes lodgings as well as a
boardwalk around the harbor and
that it will not threaten the exist-
ing commercial fishing and boat
repair industries already there.
"A delay means tens of mil-
lions of dollars," Horan said.
"This [development] will be a
tremendous economic engine for
Monroe County."
"Since when do landowners,
developers and their attorneys
write up things to go to the
DCA?" asked Commissioner
Sylvia Murphy. "Why does this
not have to go to the Planning
Commission?"
"This is an item that was not
reviewed or vetted by [the
Planning Commission] or anyone
in the- public," Planning
Commissioner Sherry Popham


said. "It shouldn't be included."
County Growth Management
Director Andrew Trivette also
opposed adding the language.
"My fear is it will dilute the
issue, which is protecting the
working waterfront," he said. "It
should be sent as a separate poli-
cy, a policy that's been well vet-
ted."
Trivette pointed out that evac-
uation and hurricane recovery are
entirely separate issues from
waterfront land use.
Several speakers urged the
commission to hold off transmit-
ting even the approved ordinance
itself, saying stakeholders need
more time to craft what could be
the last and best attempt to save
the working waterfront.
"We have great concerns
about Safe Harbor," said Mimi
Stafford, a commercial fisher-
man. "If we lose this, we don't
have a fallback zone. We won't
get a second chance."
Landowner Charlie Ranier
said his whole goal in the devel-
opment plan for Safe Harbor is to
retain commercial fishing.
"I put this whole project
together so the commercial fish-
ermen will not be left out," he
said. "We need to get this done;
we cannot wait a year."


Final city budget passes


Some unhappy
with structure
of pay raises
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com

The Key West City Com-
mission passed the second and
final reading of the financially
tight 2007-08 budget Wednesday,
though many commissioners hes-
itated, rubbing their brows in fis-
cal woe before approving it.
Mayor Morgan McPherson
was the lone dissenting vote, say-
ing he wanted to set aside money
for higher staff raises than what
was proposed by City Manager
Jim Scholl.
"If it takes dipping into the
reserves to meet the cost of liv-
ing," he said, "then that's what I
think we should do."
The City Commission agreed
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needed to be approved to meet
deadline. The new fiscal year
starts Oct. 1.
"You need to adopt the budget,"
City Attorney Shawn Smith said.
The final millage rate is
2.0354. The total budget is
$163,153,579. Of that, property
taxes account for the $38,531,345
general fund.
The spending plan meets a
legislatively mandated 3 percent
rollback in property taxes.
Rollback is the tax rate set that
raises a matching amount of rev-
enue for the coming fiscal year as
the current one.
The adopted millage means
the owner of a $500,000 home
will pay $1,017.70 in city proper-
ty taxes. With the current millage
of 2.3, that same homeowner is
paying $1,150.
Scholl worked out a flat cost-
of-living increase of 4.2 percent
to allemployees! But hisl propos-
al Wa-s mintit1i dppoitiod,; given


those flat raises included employ-
ee increases already built into
salary, like step increases.
City employees "almost
become penalized for having
steps," Commissioner Dan
Kolhage said.
Commissioner Harry Bethel
agreed, saying a cost-of-livihg
increase is meant to be "over and
above" base rate increases.
The commission decided to
pass the budget after Finance
Director Roger Wittenberg made
clear that amendments to the
budget could be made at any time
subsequent to adoption.
The commission discussed the
likelihood of saving finances
along the way as employees
leave, allowing those potential
salaries to pour back into the city
pot. Personnel account for more
than 70 percent of city expenses.
"As you guys know," Kolhage
said, "I'm not a fan of dipping
into reserves. We will have some
savings across the way."
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Saturday, September 22, 2007 17


Faro Blanco back on agenda


Project plans
include room
for 100 boats
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com


The Marathon City Council is
scheduled to meet in regular ses-
sion Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the
Marathon Government Center.
Agenda items include:
Quasi-judicial public hear-
ings on an amended development
agreement and major conditional
use for the Spottswood Cos. Faro
Blanco project near mile marker
48..
City Manager Mike Puto said
Spottswood would put in 84 to 90
units and a restaurant on the bay-
side of Overseas Highway, along
with repairing boat slips. On the
oceanside, Puto said, Spottswood
wants to put in a boat barn hold-
ing approximately 100 boats, as
well as a marine store and 10 to
12 affordable housing units.
Puto said construction is tenta-
tively scheduled to begin by early
2008.
A resolution adopting a
stormwater utility special assess-
ment rate for fiscal year 2007-08.
A resolution authorizing the
city to enter into a billing servic-
es agreement witl 49rfessional
Practice Support Inc. Puto says


the company handles billing for
ambulance costs.
Another resolution exempt-
ing city employees and their fam-
ilies from ambulance fees, a ben-
efit Puto said is common practice
in many cities.
"We file an insurance claim
and whatever they don't pay we
write off. It's a standard thing in
most cities," he said.
+ Resolutions approving the
contracts of Bishop, Rosasco and
Co. to head the city's Finance
Department and city Medical
Director Sandra Schwimmer.
A resolution approving an
amendment to an agreement
between the city and M.T.
Causley Inc., the company con-
tracted to head the city's Building
Department. The amendment
concerns the provision of build-
ing-code administrator services.
A Parks and Recreation
Committee appointment by
Councilman Don Vasil.
A discussion of the status of
talks with Comcast Cable in
procuring a channel for which the
city can broadcast City Council
meetings from the new fire sta-
tion at Florida Keys Marathon
Airport. Meetings are now held at
the Marathon Government
Center (broadcast) or Sheriff's
Office(hapgg~ snot broadcast).; .
SPuto, ,Iid, equipment to sIlp-


port the broadcasts is being
installed but in the meantime, the
city has several options, includ-
ing taping the meetings and hav-
ing them aired by Monroe
County on Channel 76, or contin-
uing the contract with the county
for the government center
through the end of the year and
subsequently begin broadcasting
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A move to reduce the catch in
certain snapper and grouper
species could mean Florida Keys
commercial fishermen face a
new slate of catch rules.
The South Atlantic Fishery
Management Council is working
on proposals for Individual
Fishing Quotas IFQs that
would allocate each permit hold-
er a set poundage for vermilion
snapper and gag grouper.
Both species are identified as
overfished, according to federal
law.
Federal advisers "determined
that in order to fish at the opti-
mum yield, a reduction of 61
percent is needed for vermilion
snapper," according to council
reports. "Substantial reductions
in harvest are also anticipated
for gag in order to end overfish-


ing."
One way to achieve the legal-
ly required reduction in the over-
all harvest would be to adopt an
IFQ plan.
"This is one of the biggest
issues facing the industry," said
Scott Zimmerman, executive
director of the Florida Keys
Commercial Fishermen's
Association.
"I can say that most of the
fishermen who have reached out
to me have a negative response
to IFQs," Zimmerman said. "But
there are fishermen who are in
favor of it."
The council is scheduled to
approve during its Dec. 3-7
meeting in North Carolina an
amendment to put the issue to
public hearing.
Existing permit holders will
be asked to vote on the issue in a
referendum, Zimmerman said.
"Whether or not [IFQs] will
work is still under considera-
tion," Zimmerman said, "but
some estimates say it could
reduce the number of people in
the [federal snapper-grouper


fishery] by 50 to 75 percent."
Under IFQ programs, the
annual harvest quota for a
species would be divided into
shares, which are assigned to
fishermen or to regional associa-
tions.
The shares would be based on
historical landings, Zimmerman
said. "People who have had
more landings would get larger
shares."
Zimmerman said commercial
fishermen also are concerned
that the proposals acknowledge
the limited information on how
much of the catch is taken by
recreational fishermen.
The IFQs are part of a trend
toward more limited access in
commercial fisheries.
The state's lobster-trap reduc-
tion plan also is a limited-entry
system, but based on a different
system.
Zimmerman said commercial
fishermen in the snapper-
grouper fishery should learn
more about the proposals.
See the Keys association's
Web site at www.fkcfa.org, or
the South Atlantic council's site
at www.safmc.net.


Keys woman


loses


son in Iraq combat


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It was soldier's
third tour to
war-torn, region
Associated Press

A soldier stationed at Fort
Stewart, Ga., was killed during
combat in Iraq, the Department
of Defense announced
Tuesday.
Sgt. John Mele, 25, died
Sept. 14 in Arab Jabour, Iraq,
of wounds suffered from an
improvised explosive device
detonation near his unit.
He was assigned to the 1st
Battalion, 30th Infantry
Regiment, 2nd -Brigade
Combat Team, 3rd Infantry
Division at Fort Stewart.
The Savannah (Ga.)
Morning News identified his
mother as Kim Gilzow of Key
Largo.
-' His wife,s Jennrifer. told the


newspaper her husband "was a
really great soldier, and the
absolute greatest husband and
father."
"John had always wanted to
be a soldier," she said. "The
Army was his chosen career;
he simply felt led to serve his
country."
The couple, along with their
6-year-old daughter, Clarissa,
live 30 miles west of the Army
post in Glennville, Ga. Flags
flew at half-staff at several
spots in Glennville, and a
memorial service is planned in
the town for today.
He will be cremated and his
ashes will be buried in
Arlington National Cemetery
Thursday, his wife said.
John Mele had left in May
on a 15-month tour in Iraq -
his third in his five years at
Fort Stewart.


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Market deal is dead


Pantelis closing
Key West staple
at end of month
By SAM NISSEN
snissen@keynoter.com

The Waterfront Market soap
opera in Key West might be com-
ing tb an end.
After months of coconut-tele-
graph speculation the market
would close its doors, a white
knight appeared, hoping to save the
store, with the city in full support.
Now that deal has fallen
through.
Negotiations by Allen Perez,
an engineer, and Raymond
Vazquez, an independent contrac-
tor, with market owner Buco
Pantelis had collapsed by press
time.
Paritelis would not sign an
agreement- not to compete that
met the terms set by the suitors,
Vasquez said.
"We wanted more miles and
more years," he said. "It may be
silly, but we were going to invest
our money and we wanted to be
secure in our investment."
Vasquez said he and Perez
have no ill will toward Pantelis
and will continue to seek invest-
ment opportunities elsewhere.
They originally sought to buy the
market as longtime customers
and avid fans of the produce, he


said.
Pantelis will now go through
with his plan to close the business
at the end of the month, said his
attorney, Ginny Stones.
She also said the offer from
Vasquez was unsolicited, and that
the terms ultimately weren't right.
The city Bight Board and City
Commission say they've done all
they can for Pantelis with a short-
term lease agreement spanning.
through the end of 2007.
"We've put him in a position


to sell his business and the City
Commission ratified that," Bight
Board member Dan Probert said.
"But we don't want him to go."
If Pantelis does not sell the
business or sign the original 10-
year lease, the city would be obli-
gated to advertise the availability
of the building, said Raymond
Archer, director of port operations.
The Waterfront Market has
been in business for 20 years and
serves as a wholesaler to as many
as 50 restaurants around Key
West.


:- briefs


More Cuban migrants
are repatriated

The U.S. Coast Guard on
Thursday repatriated 60 Cuban
would-be migrants to Bahia de
Cabanas, Cuba. Following are
specifics of where they were
located.
On Sept. 12, crew on a
Coast Guard C-130 aircraft spot-
ted a rustic vessel with 22
migrants aboard 23 miles south-
west of the Marquesas Keys.
Boat crews from Station Key
West interdicted them.
Another seven were spot-
ted the same day 22 miles south
of the Marquesas Keys. A tug-


boat crew that reported them
remained on scene until the
Coast Guard could respond.
And the- cruise ship
Carnival Conquest came across
12 migrants in a rustic vessel 44
miles southeast of Cayman Brac
Island in the Cayman Islands.
Crew of the cutter Knight
Island interdicted a go-fast boat
with one migrant aboard six
miles southeast of Cay Sal Bank,
Bahamas, Sept. 15.
Crew on a Coast Guard
Falcon jet from Air Station
Miami spotted a rustic vessel
with 18 migrants aboard 55
miles south of the Dry Tortugas
Sunday and directed the cutter
Tornado to the vessel's location.


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City wins big rental case-


Magistrate
orders fines
of $40,000
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com


Transient-rental violations
will cost an Old Town Key West
property owner more than
$40,000 in fines, according to
findings released from Special
Magistrate Jeff Overby.
In October 2006, William
and Britt Lemon, who own
property at 413 Francis St.,
were found in violation of tran-
sient-rental regulations, which
mandate property in the
Historic District, where the
Lemons' property is located,
cannot be rented out for less
than 30 days.
Overby's findings, released
Monday, conclude the pair did
not have proper licenses.
Key West's former chief
code enforcement officer, Jim
Young, was involved in a sting
operation that led to the settle-
ment and testified in court.
Young was fired in October
by then-City Manager Julio
Avael shortly after the sting
operation. He has a wrongful-
termination lawsuit pending
against the city.
Young, posing under the
alias of Pam Thomas with an
address in Margate in Broward
County, sent the Lemons a
check for $2,650, which includ-
ed the $2,000 rent, $150 clean-
ing fee and $500 deposit. The


rental period was to be Oct. 1 to
8, which was written on that
check.
According to Young, the
Lemons typically ask for some
$6,000 for a monthly rate,
except when the department
called and ask for a weekly rate.
"It was a sham contract,"
Young said.
Code Officer Randy Pekarik
stayed at the unit for eight days
with his wife before asking
William Lemon about where to
leave his keys and how to go
about checking out.
Pekarik's wife, who was act-
ing as Pam Thomas, was told by
the defendant, upon leaving,
"other renters were arriving
soon," according to Mrs.
Pekarik's sworn testimony.
"This testimony is diametri-
cally opposed to that given by
Mr. Lemon," the finding reads.
Attorney David Paul Horan,
who's representing the Lemons
along with Joseph Spataro, said
no one else actually stayed in
the unit for the rest of that
month and that the Lemons
wouldn't have allowed it.
According to the findings,
the defendant admitted to keep-
ing "no detailed records of the
rentals, the security deposits
and the name of the vendors that
cleaned or repaired the subject
property," as well as no
receipts, cancelled checks or
records of renters and their
addresses.
The defendant also admitted
to not paying sales tax for rental


periods to the Florida
Department of Revenue.
Overby found William
Lemon's testimony "to be unre-
liable and not credible."
"We will move for a rehear-
ing," Horan said. "Legally, [the
Pekariks] had signed a lease
that allows them to stay there
for an entire month."
Horan said that according to
the transient-rental ordinance,
even though the code officers
signed a lease for a nio thA the\
are not required to st~itli6ere
that entire month.
While discussing code cases
in general and not this specific
one, Overby said the cases he
sees are those in which the
defendants have alreadyi.talked
with the code department and
either refused to come into com-
pliance or denied wrongdoing.
"The city's goal has always
been compliance," Overby said.
Overby is also chief assistant
state attorney. Horan argues that
Overby was playing "prosecu-
tor" in the Lemon case.
Young said Code
Enforcement's intent when he
worked for the city was to deter
people from breaking code, not
make the city money.
He says since his firing, the
department has been lackluster
in investigating big cases like
the Lemons'.
"Since my termination, it's
very obvious that the new code
compliance is not being as
enthusiastic about enforcing the
code ordinances, especially the
transient-rental ordinances,"
Young said.


Molester gets 2 mor life terms


Keys jury takes
just one hour
to find guilt

Already facing three consec-
utive life sentences for capital
sexual battery against his step-
daughter some 30 years ago,
Celio Sergio Castro on Thursday
was convicted of two more
counts of capital sexual battery
and sentenced to two more con-
secutive life terms.
To the sobs of now-grown-up
sisters who were Castro's child
victims attending the trial, a Key
-West jury delivered the two


unanimous guilty verdicts after
deliberating about an hour.
Monroe County Circuit Court
Judge Richard Payne sentenced
Castro, 76, to the two additional
life terms on the spot. The sen-
tence was the maximum the
judge could impose.
Castro was found guilty of
sexual battery against one step-
daughter. On May 10, he was
convicted and sentenced for
three other counts of sexual bat-
tery against another stepdaugh-
ter. He was also charged with
capital sexual battery against a
third stepdaughtery'
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The three sisters sat close
together in the courtroom
Thursday accompanied by the 2-
year-old son of one.
In 1990, Castro, a Cuban
national, was jailed for an unre-
lated attempted sexual battery on
a young girl. When he was
released in 2002 on immigration
technicalities, his stepdaughters
came forward with their: own
charges of his sexual assaults.
According to Manny
Madruga, who prosecuted the
case for State Attorney Mark
Kohl, the sexual batteries tried
Thursday occurred between July
1976 and July 1979.
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WATER WORK: Crews continue to lay a 36-inch water pipeline along U.S. 1 in Tavernier. The
$11 million project to repair a damaged section is on track to finish by the December
contract deadline or earlier, Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority spokeswoman Colleen Tagle
says. Crews working with contractor Garney Construction have altered their weekly
schedule, trying to keep all lanes open by the start of weekend traffic on Fridays.



Higgs talks move forward


But the costs
of maintenance
still an issue
By KYLE TEAL
kteal@keynoter.com

The Key West City Com-
mission passed a resolution
Tuesday that will further discus-
sions with Monroe County offi-
cials about the transfer of Higgs
Beach and surrounding property,
including the Astro City chil-
dren's park and nearby dog park,
from the county to the city.
But City Commissioner Dan
Kolhage wants to know: How
will the city pay maintenance
fees? They cost into the hundreds
of thousands of dollars annually.
"I don't mean to continue to
beat. on this," he said.
Kolhage said he wants a com-
mitment to receive maintenance
money from the Tourist
Development Council but said
it's unclear whether a commit-
ment is set in stone. He, along
with Commissioner Mark Rossi,
votedagainst the resolution.
The transfer would include
Salute, a beachfront Italian
restaurant, which would help


supplement the cost of maintain-
ing the property from rent rev-
enue, officials say.
To bring the property into
compliance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act would cost
about $234,000, Kolhage said.
Under conditions proposed by the
city, the county would incur that
cost.
If that falls through, City
Manager Jim Scholl doesn't seem
too worried.
"There is federal money, or
state grant money, available to help
come into compliance," he said.
County Public Works Director
Dent Pierce and County
Administrator Tom Willi attend-
ed and nodded their heads when
city-officials suggested the coun-
ty wants to pass on the property.
Local attorney Richard
Klitenick, a proponent of "taking
back" our parks and beaches from
aggressive vagrants, presented a
"discussion draft" for an initiative
that would put restrictions on who
could enter the Astro City chil-
dren's park at the beach.
If someone were there and
over age 18 and is not accompa-
nying a child. Kli tepick said that
person should be subject to fin-


gerprinting and screening to
check for arrest warrents, an
effort aimed at primarily at keep-
ing sexual offenders away from
children.
However, constitutional issues
seem likely with that proposal.
"You got to be careful," Scholl
said. "You cannot deny freedom
to somebody just because they
appear to be potentially bad."
SAlso Tuesday night, an ordi-
nance died that would have man-
dated 30 percent of redevelop-
ment projects be designated for
affordable housing or the fiscal
equivalent of those units be put
into the city's affordable housing
trust fund.
Community Housing Com-
mittee Chairman Omar Garcia
said he would rather the commis-
sion not pass the measure after
new softer language was added to
the ordinance by the Planning
Department.
That department misunder-
stood the committee's proposal
when it changed language to state
that if a hotel rebuilds to add
more than four units, the 30 per-
cent affordable rule would apply
only to the number of units
added, not the entire complex.
The, committee wants th5 rule
to apply to the entire complex.


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Claudia McEwen and the O'Brien family invite you to a
Gathering of Friends
S to remember the life of James P. O'Brien
who died on July 14, 2007
Please join us at
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5101 Overseas Hwy., Marathon )
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451 52nd St Gulf Marathon
743-6412
Sunday Worship
Holy Eucharist: 9 a.m.
The Rev. Debra Maconaughey, Deacon-in-Charge
The Episcopal Church is an inclusive family.


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Keys briefs


Bauman running for
County Commission

The election is a year away,
but Key Largo Wastewater
Treatment District Chairman
Gary Bauman has announced
plans to run as a Republican for
Monroe County Commissioner
District 5 (Key Largo).
Democrat Sylvia Murphy now
holds that seat.
In a prepared statement,
Bauman said he's running "to


help solve several difficult
issues," first and foremost
obtaining state and federal
wastewater grants. He also
believes property taxes and
infrastructure development costs'
in the county are too high.


Rain-gauge observers
needed in the Keys

The state of Florida and
National Weather Service are
attempting to recruit one volun-


teer rain-gauge observer per
square mile statewide, including
the Keys.
Observers will enter their
backyard rain totals into a Web
site, which will then feed the
data to the Weather Service. The
data will be used to help produce
high-resolution rainfall fore-
casts, as well as to help out
water-usage planners.. '
For more information, see
www.cocorahs.org or call the
Weather Service in Key West at
295-1316, Ext 3.


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Chamber discusses
customer service

"Ewceptional Customer
Service" is the topic of an
upcoming Ke, West
Chamber of Commerce
seminar to be led by local
trainer and author Elisa
Le%\.
It's set for 8.30 a m. to
noon Oct. 12 at Florida
Ke\s Commuiity College
on Stock Island.
Le\ will talk about cut-
tmng-edge tools to build rap-
port instantly, keep a posi-
ti\e attitude, turn angrn cus-
tomers into happy ones and
handle difficult situations
\ith ease to keep customers
coning back.
Cost is 4-9 for chamber
members and $69 for others.
It includes a continental
breakfast.
To enroll, call Kern
Baker b\ Oct. 5 at 294-2587.

Parker promoted
at Chicago Title

Christina Parker has been
promoted to escrow assistant
in the Big Pine Ke, office
of Chicago Title of the
Flonda Ke)s.
Parker joined the fimn in
2005 as receptionist and
office assistant. She worked
in hospitality and office
administration for seen
years prior to joining
Chicago Title. She was bom
in Ke. West and graduated
from Key West High
School.


Thrift store
is open again
on Stock Island

Second Hand Sam's is back
in business.
The store had been in Habana
Plaza in Key West but was
ruined by Hurricane Wilma in.
October 2005. Now it's got a
new life at 5341 5th St., Stock
Island, where Murray Steller
used to have a warehouse.
The new Second Hand Sam's
is the work of Steller, Ann
Riedel and Elmira Leto, all
friends for more than 30 years
who owned decorating and fur-
niture businesses in their past.
Back in 1999, Leto started
the transition from one business
to another when she closed her
decorating business and trans-
formed her building into
Samuel's House, a Key West
emergency shelter for women.
Second Hand Sam's was part of
that.
Following the hurricane,
Steller was retiring so his ware-
house became available. Riedel
had also retired from her busi-
ness and was looking for some
way to give back to the commu-

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Ann Riedel gets help at Samuel's House from Kim Fogg and
Theresa Avila.


Don't hide your head in the sand


Take control
of adjustable
rate mortgage
By ROBBIE HOPCRAFT
Keynoter Contributor -

Thousands of homeowners
across the country and in Florida
are feeling the pain of a big pay-
ment increases now that their
lower-rate adjustable rate mort-
gage loans are coming due and
their payments are increasing
substantially.
It's easy to unwittingly get
caught in this trap. The extreme-
ly enticing low rate is the hook,
and the' fixed interest period"-


seems longer than it really is.
Now, the lower rate that con-
sumers were given when they
bought their home or refinanced
is adjusting steadily upward, and
the monthly mortgage payments
are also higher and growing
higher each and every month.
Many have a first and second
mortgage they took out to buy
their home with 90, 95 or 100
percent financing. They've likely
already felt the pain of a big
increase in multiple mortgage
payments.
While there are solutions to
the problem, you shouldn't wait
until the adjustable rate period


Fixed rates are very good
right now. This is the time for
homeowners to refinance out of
their adjustable rate mortgage
into a good fixed-rate loan with a
lower payment than they have
now.
Thirty-year fixed interest
rates are better than the
adjustable indexes, so that's the
direction to take. If you have
managed your credit rating prop-
erly then you're fine; you can use
your equity, if you have equity, to
refinance into a great 30-, 40- or
even 50-year mortgage with a
lower payment.
Make sure you know when
your adjustable rate mortgage is


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I BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT


Clyde Burnett (left) and
Stan Haines now offer cus-
tom embroidery.

Collector's Corner

and Embroidery
Marathon

Collector's Corer. a
sports memorabilia. trophy
and sign shop in Marathon
since 1994. has expanded to
offer custom embroiderN
sern ices
The shop is not\ called
Collector's Corer and
Collector s Comer
Embroidery.
Ow ner Stan Haines said a
casual conversation last
spnng with longtime fnend
Clde Burnett led the two to
launch the embroider divi-
sion. which the\ co-own.
'Turns out wte both ha\e
a fascination with custom
embroider, so we went out
and bought new state-of-the-
anr equipment and got to
work learning it." Hanes
said. "A 57-_ear-old guN and
a 62-N ear-old gu t inmg to
thread needles that was
son ic-in" to -ee. it \ou
know\ \ hat I mean."
Haines said both he and
Burnett quick mastered the
equipment and are now
cranking out quality custom
embroidered designs on
shirts, hats and accessories
such as bags and beltl. Some
of the product lunes uttered
at the shop are Columbia.
Ping and Tiger Woods.
"We'll do a mimrmum of
one," he said.
Collector's Comer and
Collector's Comer
Embroidery is in To\wni
Square Mall. 11-100
0\erseas High wa. rut
216. above Frank's Grill.
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RATES / From 23

due to adjust upward and start
making plans ahead of time.
Also, take a careful look at your
loan documents and be sure you
know if you have a pre-payment
penalty period. You certainly
don't want to be surprised when
you choose to refinance and find
at the end of the process a penal-
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If you do have a pre-payment
penalty, know when it's due to
expire. It may be a one-, two- or
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trusted mortgage professional.
A savvy broker can build clos-
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loan so you'll have nothing out of
pocket except maybe the cost of a
new appraisal.
And don't forget that if you


have a first and second mort-
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will save you some of your hard-
earned money on a new mort-
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And don't forget that it's very
important you take good care of
your credit. Having a good cred-
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loan is like having money in the
bank; it's an invaluable asset.
There are three things you
must do:
Have you mortgage profes-
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what your credit scores are and
that will help you in getting a
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quickly.
There are some who are not
making their mortgage payments
on time and their credit is taking
a severe beating. The more
"mortgage lates" you have, the
more your credit score goes
down, then you get late notices
in the mail from your lender, and
late fees added to your mortgage
payment. This adds considerably
to your problems as does pro-
crastination.
After a few months, when you
finally decide to do something
about it, it's too late. At that
point, the late payments reported
by your lender have so damaged
your credit that you can't refi-
nance into a better mortgage loan
with a fixed rate.
The moral of the story: Don't
wait until it's too late and you
begin to fall behind in your pay-
ments act now. Contact arep-
utable mortgage broker.
Robbie Hopcraft is an experi-
enced mortgage broker based in
Key West. You can find out more
at www.myloanapproved.com.


Pair helps

with goods


SAM'S / From 23

nity. So she chose Samuel's
House and Second Hand Sam's,
the proceeds from which benefit
Samuel's House.
Second Hand Sam's sells a
wife variety of goods furi-
ture, women's dressy outfits,
bags, shoes, carpet remnants,
pictures, household goods, tele-
visions, clothing, even baby
clothes.
Kim Fogg and Theresa Avila
help Riedel display the goods
contributed and Riedel provides
Samuel's House clients with
insight into what it takes to run
a business and work in retail
marketing.
Second Hand Sam's is open
Tuesday through Saturday; 11
a.m. until p.m. "Gently used"
donations are appreciated.
Larger donations can be sched-
uled for pick-up by calling
Riedel at 294-2944 or 304-
5098.


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Montessori hosts
night for parents

Kinderianen and elei
tarn teacher Bridget Dan
and prc,chool teacher S$
Turner host a parent infc
mation niehl at 6:3U p.n
Wednesday at the
. Monlessori Island Schoo
mile marker 92.3 oceans
The topic. Practical L
Actit ites. i< one of the
nerstones of the NMonies
CLIuITICulum.
Call 852-3438 for me
infomatlllon.

Shelter luncheon
focuses on men

The Mculiioc C'ouiit
Domestic Abuse Shelter
Ke\ s" ceritied crisis, cei
ser\ nt icms oif dome
ti'lence ,id sexual aj'.a
has its annual members
luncheon at the Douhlel
Grand KeP Resort in Ke
West No%. 1.
Ted Bunch. co-found
A Call to Men. a nation:
organization workinge t
men and women toward
eliminating violence ag:
\\omen, is the ke\ note
s.peaker. Bunch's address
,. ill speak to "\ ell mea
men" and their role in h
mng end iL olence against
women.
Bunch 1s an appointed
Ad%.isorN Boaid member
the Ne\ 'York State
Integrated Domestic
Violence Court. a memt
of the Ne, York State
Governor's Task Force
Commercial Se\ual
Exploitanon and a found
member ol the New 'Yo
Cit Baiterer Task Forc
Cost of the luncheon
$75 per person 1$65 for
shelter members i.
RSVP by mailing a c
to the Domestic Abuse
Shelter. P.O. Bo\ 52260
Marathon Shores, FL 3.
Networking and seat
Sill begin at 11:30 a.m.
program at noon. For a(
tional information, call
5452.


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boat group -their own thing. That was a driv-
er of ing force for starting our group."
il unique to Keys Some women didn't own a
ith boat when they joined WWOW,
By CLAUDIA MILLER but they quickly learned their
ainll Keynoter Contributor way around the water and
gained the confidence to buy a
s Back in 1996, about 20 boat of their own.
rung women in the Upper Keys came WWOW president Cathy
elp- together to start a women's boat- Carey shared the story of one
ing club, but they didn't know woman who she considers a
what to name it. "poster child" for the group.
d At their first meeting, typical "She went on all of the activ-
r to names such as the Florida Keys ities and would move from boat
Women's Boating Association to boat, so she could tell which
were tossed around. Finally, one that she liked. She ended up
ber someone offered up Wild going to the boat show in Miami
Women, and that grew into Wild and buying one because by then
on Women on the Water. she knew what she was looking
Since then, those women for and how to operate it."
ding have been living up to their The group has its meetings
rk name. the first Tuesday of every
e. A mentoring group that month, where they have speak-
s strives to teach women about ers teach classes on various
boating, WWOW started out to boating skills. Classes have
help women who had a boat but included a workshop that cov-
'heck weren't quite sure what to do ered the basic mechanics of run--
with it. ning a boat and a talk on the lat-
,6. "There were a lot of divorced est GPS equipment and VHF
3052. or widowed women who ended radios. Offshore and backcoun-
uig up with a boat that they didn't try guides offer instruction, and
, the know how to run," said one of members often give presenta-
di the founders, Charlene Sammis. tions of their own water adven-
743- "There were also some women tures outside of the Keys.
who always rode around with Wild Women also has on-the-
their hulbWaS sbitt wanted, toQdQ.Ae, Alypts at .eat ~)hice, a


month, weather permitting.
Excursions have included
overnight stays on Pigeon Key
and at Flamingo in Everglades
National Park. Emphasis at
these events is put on teaching
all of the women how to navi-


Meet the Wild Women

Wild Women on the
Water meets at 6 p.m. the
first Tuesday of each
month at Holiday Isle
Resort's Rum Runners in
Islamorada for social
time. Then they move over
to the Quarterdeck for the
7 p.m. meeting. Cathy
Carey can be reached at
664-9533 or at
cecarey 1l@aol.com.


gate to each destination.
"It's new for a lot of us,"
Carey said. "For me it was my
first time going by boat to
Flamingo. Then, you have gals
who have already been there,
done that. They do a lot of the
mentoring. It's kind of a natu-
ral."
Other boating events include
poker runs, scavenger hunts,
suor klind- rir latida; ,a u rl'


fishing tournament.
-Once a year the group ven-
tures out of the Keys for a canoe
trip to places such as the Peace
River and Fisheating Creek.
"That's really fun because we
get out of this environment and
see different things," Carey said.
WWOW has two big events
each year on land, a picnic and a
holiday celebration. These are
the two times when women can
bring their husbands or signifi-
cant others.
Since 1996, WWOW has
grown from those 20 founding
members to more than 120
women last year.
"I enjoy the friendship in a
boating environment," Sammis
said. "That's why most of us live
down here to partake in the
water activities. You feel like
sisters. It's amazing that it's last-
ed over 10 years. The individual
members keep it going strong.
They keep showing up year after
year."
Carey encourages anyone
interested in learning more
about WWOW or becoming a
member to attend one of the
monthly meetings.
"Come to a meeting or come
to a function," she said. "You'll
feel the camaraderie. You may
walk in by yourself, but you
ti 0n't walk out that way." .


Briefs


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Three films planned
at Marathon library

"Inspector Lavardin," a film
in which the title character is
induced to investigate the mur-
der of a province's notable who
was taking himself as the moral
guardian of his village, plays for
free at 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Marathon library.
Also on the Cinema at the
Library schedule:
Sept. 30, "Before Night
Falls," a film adapted from the
memoirs of the Cuban poet and
novelist Reinaldo Arenas (1943-
1990).
+ Oct. 7, "Lives of Others."
Florian Henckel von
Donnersmarck's movie debut
focuses on the horrifying, some-
times unintentionally funny, sys-
tem of secret observation in the
former East Germany.

Monday medical
program planned

Common medical devices
that may share your hospital bed


LOBSTER,
ANYONE?:
Hannah
Hillyer, 4, of
Key Colony
Beach may
be young,
but she sure
has good
taste in
seafood. She
got these
over the
Labor Day
weekend.


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will be discussed by Frank
Magnarelli, retired biomedical
engineer, when he speaks to the
Senior Group at 10:30 a.m.
Monday in the Key Largo
library's Community Room in
Trade Winds Plaza.
The free program is open to
the public and includes refresh-
ments.
Magnarelli, with the Osher
Lifelong Institute at the
University of Miami, will use a
PowerPoint presentation to illus-
trate devices that can be attached
to hospital patients while they
are asleep or undergoing sur-
gery.
The devices include automat-
ic heart monitors, IV infusion
pumps, blood-pressure machines
and defibrillators.

Keys military


Lower Keys
+ U.S. Navy Seaman
Apprentice Theodore S.
Kendall, son of Theresa and
Randy Kendall of Key West, has
been promoted to his current
rank upon graduation from
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill. Kendall is a
2007 graduate of Key West High
School.
U.S. Coast Guard Reserve
Seaman Apprentice Austin
Woodruff, a 2007 graduate of
Key West High School, has
graduated from the U.S. Coast
Guard Recruit Training Center
in Cape May, N.J.
+ U.S. Air Force Airman
Pedro L. Borrego has graduated
from basic training at Lackqand
Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas. He is the son of Carmen'
Borrego of Key West and a2007
graduate of Key West High
School.

Upper Keys
U.S. Air Force Airman
Daniel C. Haire has graduated
from basic training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas. He is the son of Dorothy
Rahn of Islamorada and a 200(4
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AL STEWART: Remember him? He
plays the Keys Sunday. See story,
Page 30.
BRIAN NORCROSS: He signs
books in Tavernier. See story,
Page 32.


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'Cherries' from United
Kingdom film maker Tom
Harper is one of 12 shorts
showing in Key West as
part of the Manhattan
Short Film Festival.


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Keys part of worldwide film fest


12 shorts
to be screened
Monday, Tuesday

Keys film-goers will
unite with audiences in
98 other cities across
three continents to view and
judge the next generation of
filmmakers when the 10th
annual Manhattan Short Film
Festival screens at the Tropic
Cinema Monday and Tuesday
nights.
Out of 456 entries received
from 33 countries around the
world, Manhattan Short


judges selected 12 finalist
films, all of which are 12
minutes or under in running
time.
Countries represented
include the United States,
Australia, Canada, United
Kingdom, Kenya, Israel,
Spain, Singapore and
Germany in what festival
organizers describe as a cine-
matic Olympiad.
The films will not only
entertain global audiences but
will be judged by them as
well.
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The Prestidigitator
(Spain): Ugo Sanz.
100th of a Second
(U.K.): Susan Jacobson.
Soft (U.K.): Simon Ellis.
Clooney (Germany):
Florian Ross.
Trainee (Singapore):
Craig Rosenthal.
Cherries (U.K.): Tom
Harper.


screenings will be handed a
voting card upon entry and
asked to vote for the one film
that they feel should win.
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I Want to be a Pilot
(Kenya): Diego Quermada-
Diez.
I Met the Walrus
(Canada): Josh Raskin,
feeling_lonely?
(Australia): Rachael Turk.
Boris's Complete Book
of Rules (Israel): Shety
Malek.
King Ponce (U.K.): Sam
Donovan.


val's headquarters, where the
winner will be announced at
Union Square Park in New
York City Sept. 30 at 9:15
p.m. and posted on the Web at
www.msfilmfest.com by 10.
With past finalists gding
on to be nominated and even
win the Oscar in the short-
film category, thus gaining
entry to the Hollywood main-
stream, the Manhattan Short
has become known as one of
the breeding grounds for the
next big thing.
Joining the Key West audi-
ences, in one week more than
50,000 people from as far
north as St. Petersburg,
Russia, to as far south as
Buenos Aires, Argentina, will
view and vote on the films.
"While the goal of any fes-
tival is to discover and pro-
mote future talent, the ulti-
mate aim of this festival is to
bring communities together
via 12 stories from around the
world," says Nicholas Mason,
Manhattan Short founder and
director.
He says "our goal is to
eventually have this festival
screen in every continent
around the world during the
same week."
In an ongoing effort to
engage audiences worldwide,
the Manhattan Short Web
site's blog will come alive
during the week of the festi-
val (Sunday through Sept. 30)
where those attending can
will share their thoughts on
the finalist films. Go to the
Web site above.
Ticket prices are $9 gener-
al admission. The Tropic is at
416 Eaton St., Key West.
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Gogin-in Arizona, Martini in Paris


And in Florida,
Keys rank high
in mag's survey
A h, September. It's when
all the restaurants are
closed, all the smart peo-
ple have gone somewhere else
and it's just you and me here.
Tucked in among photos of
everyone's travels in my e-mail
inbox is a notice that Florida
Keys Community College
ceramics professor Jay Gogin is
in Tucson, Ariz., for an exhibit
of his primal pots at the Louis
Carlos Bernal Gallery at Pima
Community College.
The exhibit is a two-man
show with Japanese potter Hiro
Tashima. The two met 10 years
ago atvan international workshop
in Japan.
Also. in the inbox is word that
Key West artist and founder of
the Lucky Street Gallery John
Martini is showing his steel
sculpture at Galerie Antoine
Laurentin in Paris.
There's more information, but
the communique is from the
gallery, so it's all in French,

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City seeks out
mural artists

The Key West Art in Public
Places Board is seeking artists to
design, create and paint a mural
or murals on the construction
wall of the Harbor House condo
project in the waterfront district.
Ten murals will be painted on
the fence near the Key West
Bight along Elizabeth, Caroline
and William streets and Lazy
Way Lane.
The artists will supply every-
thing needed to finish the job.
The city will pay the selected
artists $500 for each completed
piece. No additional money will
be paid for supplies, drawings or
labor.
A workshop is planned for
4:30 p.m. Monday on Lazy Way
Lane anyone wishing to apply.
It's not mandatory to attend but
it should be very helpful to
interested artists.
Questions? Contact Vivian
Perez at 809-3844 or via e-mail
at vperez@keywestcity.com.


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azine
.com) does a popular Best of
Florida reader poll and cruising
through the list, I noticed lots of
Keys attractions.
The Key West Museum of
Art & History at the Custom
House took two bests as the Best
Museum and Best Renovated
Building.
The Best Main Street was


John Martini, founder of Key
West's Lucky Street Gallery, is
showing his sculpture in Paris.


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Reservations 289-1554 At Beautiful Rainbow Bend Resort
SCredit Cards Accepted Mile Marker 58, Grassy Key




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Duval Street "named for in a row.
William Pope Duval, Florida's Best High School AthleticF
first territorial governor. Duval Program was Coral Shores
Street's north end is known for High School in Tavemier.
its bars and nightlife, while the The list went on, including
south end exudes unique accom- mentions of the Ocean Terrace
modations, gingerbread architec- Grill at Cheeca Lodge,
ture and interesting shops." Islamorada Fish Co., Bahia
The Best Natural Attraction Honda State Park and the
was the Key West Butterfly Blond Giraffe.
and Nature Conservatory. The list kept going on to the
The Tropic Cinema and point where it included Best
Rain Barrel Artisan Village in Place to Buy a Florida Lottery
Islamorada also took honors. The Ticket (659 Publix stores) and
Hog's Breath Saloon had the Best Coffee shop (516
Best Billboard. Starbucks what? Not even
Guess what non-daily news- Cuban coffee?) before degener-
paper is the best in Florida ating into best car, truck, SUV
Monthly's list? Well, it's the and HMO.
Keynoter for the second year We were there in the good parts.



... Movie Times

REGAL CINEMAS
Searstown, Key West, 294.0000
All shows that start before 4 p.m play only on weekends.
Resident Evil: Extinction (R): 1:00, 4:00. 7:00 and 10:00 p.m.
The Brave One (R): 12:45, 4:10,7:15 and 10:15 p.m.
Mr. Woodcock (PG-13): 1:15, 3:50, 7:30 and 10:20 p.m.
3:10 to Yuma (R): 12:50.4:15.7:05 and 10:10 p.m.
Shoot 'Em Up (R): 1:25. 7:10 and 10:05 p.m.
Mr. Bean's Holiday (G): 1:20, 3:55, 7:20 and 9:40 p.m.
Becoming Jane (PG): 4:20 p.m.

TROPIC CINEMA
416 Eaton St., Key West, 295-9493
Eastern Promises (R): Daily 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.: No
7:00 p.m. show on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
2 Days In Paris (R): Daily 2:30, 4:30, 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Vitus (PG): Daily 2:45, 5:15 and 7:45 p.m.; No 7:45 p.m. show on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Cages (NR): Wednesday only 7:30 p.m.

MARATHON COMMUNITY CINEMA
5101 Overseas Highway, Marathon, 743-0288
Nanny Diaries (PG-13): Weekdays: 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.; Saturday
and Sunday: 2:00, 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

TAVERNIER TOWNE CINEMA
Tavernier Mall, Tavernier, 853-7003
3:10 To Yuma (R): Daily 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.: Friday and Saturday
9:30 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m.
Dragon Wars (PG-13): Daily 4:15 and 7:15 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday 9:30 p.m.: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:15 p.m
Mr. Bean's Holiday (PG): Daily 4:15 and 7:15 p.m.: Friday and
Saturday 9:30 p.m.: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1.15 p.m.
The Brave One (R): Daily 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.; Friday and
Saturday 9:45 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m.
Balls Of Fury (PG-13): Daily 7:15 p.m.; Frday and Saturday 9:30 p.m
Bratz (PG): Daily 4:00 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m.
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np Parmesan. Five Shrimp, cooked in Marinara & Buffer,
'ered with Parmesan & Mozzarella Cheese, Then Baked.
Served with Toast Points.... $16.95
mp Scampi. Tender Gulf Shrimp, sauteed in Chef's Garlic
Butter, served with Polato& Vegetable... 515.95
iked Stuffed Shrimp. Four Gulf Shrimp, with Crabmeat
luffing, Cooked Golden Brown, served with Potato &
Vegetable. $16.95
Island Grill Fish Platter. Filet of Fish, Potato & Cole
Slaw...513.95
hop, With Potato & Vegetable, cooked, Tender...$14.95
n, Pesto, Penne'. Tender, Fried Chicken Breast, with Basil
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so Buco, an 8 oz. Pork Shank, slow Roosted in Chef's
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'Year of the Cat' arrives


Al Stewart
plays Sunday
in Key West
T he time passages get
bridged Sunday when
Al Stewart comes to the
Keys to play Guy Harvey's
Island Grill as part of a
locals' appreciation night.
Island Grill General
Manager Mike Finnerty said
"we are quickly making a
name for ourselves as a pre-
mier music venue in Key
West. Al Stewart performing
in the Key West area is a big
step forward for quality music
in the Keys."
The free concert begins at
7 p.m. with an opening set by
Larry Baeder and his rhythm
and blues band.
Stewart was born Sept. 5,
1945, in Glasgow, Scotland,


and with his
family short-
ly thereafter
move to
Bournemouth
in the south
of England.
Growing
up in the sea-
side town, he
STEWART bought his
first guitar from Andy
Summers (the Police) and
learned his first guitar licks
from Robert Fripp (King
Crimson).
At age 16, he aspired to
become a musician and start-
ed playing guitar in various
bands, but after hearing Bob
Dylan, he decided to pursue
songwriting.
"Past, Present and Future,"
his first U.S. release, has now
sold close to 1 million copies


worldwide. His next album,
"Modern Times," cracked the
U.S. Top 40 chart, sending
him and his band on an
American tour.
"Year of the Cat," released
in 1976, became his first plat-
inum album in the United
States. It featured two Top 20
singles, "Year of the Cat" and
"On the Border."
Buoyed by that success, he
moved to Los Angeles and
released "Time Passages" in
1978. It also went platinum
and featured the hit singles
"Time Passages" and "Song
on the Radio."
"Between the Wars,"
released in 1995, marked
Stewart's 16th album. He
teamed with former Wings
guitarist Laurence Juber to
create a snapshot collection
of songs musically and lyri-
cally inspired by the turbulent
1920s and '30s. His latest
release is "A Beach Full of
Shells."
The Island Grill is at 511
Greene St. For more informa-
tion call 295-0019.


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Parks and Recreation Dept Founders Park: 305-853-1685

PROGRAMS
.Aller- I I liilI Program: \, % uolill lii' end of lb liir, i i ar. Aiil.,l % -Fi iil,.i '2: 1.
5:30pm. early release and ji, ri"'iniul days. Iliili hi'eiiiii. -wim innlini. homework-
,I '., etc.
Islanmorada Swim Program: New swim program under the direction of lr. (;ary
Ilall ir. New swim coach Mark Hill. Masters, Youth, Swim Team. Mon, \l 1ri..
\|1 r, I- w i am-7:30 am. Ii. % iin- fillii '-,i Sr Swinm- 5 pm-7 pm
Isahunorada Springboard Dive Program: Instruclor Arturo Miranda. Program
includes private and team lessons.
Lerin to Swim Lessons: Instnrudor tlleel II. llminI I'm.il. I ..'ii'.I l..' ill iiiII.
Temnis Program: Toddler, you'll, adull, private, clinics, and round robins. Instructor
PhI l \ ill.i d.
learn to Sail Program: 'PrI ii., ,IJnl ',-u Ipj lessons available. Instructor liarb Short,
i S. ~li:," I r'iiIil.. fall Founders Park Water Sports at l i.-' l-I1'*.

SEPTEMBER PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

Floa-ln-Mlovie: I' idl;\. September 21" from 7:30 pin -10:00 pin. Walch a I' rated
movie lice11 1I.jiII call enjoy on floats in iIur fl Iipil ,i ,' ,ii. l II' dogs, popcorn.
chips, candy, and drinks available. Resident Fee: ;.li Non- resident Fee: '..111. Pool
Members Free.
Sunday Social Round Robin: Sept. 231. Times: 10 am-12 pm. Fiii, -iiiip-I iii.l,
adull mixer for all level adults. lwl i"i Ilj!.'r Includes balls, refreshments, flm..

\dull I Iag Football: Season began Monday, Sept. 10 and will continue to be held on
lMonday nii-hli- -.1.n iiv.i 7 pm.
dulll Silllill: Season l..',.In Tuesday, Sept. 11 and will continue to be held on
Tuesday and I rilrl.n r Jili.i Iti.rliie at 6:30 pm.
"A lenP;l li\l'r": '.dir l.q nIli.l', [iiiin 1 i iI- 3 pim. Advanced to intermediate play-
ers. IFul social event. Various formats such as round robin, leam tennis, (i11i 1l.1i Ilj. -
-i r | .mnd a new can of I!STA balls.


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"Tee Time" By Ashish Vengsarkar Solution in the Sept 26 issue of the Keynoter


ACROSS
1 Brouhahas
6 New South Wales,
for one
11 Four-time
Outstanding Drama
Series Emmy winner
16 Baker's amt.
19 Flag
20 Officer under Kirk
21 See 77-Across
22 Quarterback Manning
23 -Space traveler's
booking?
26' "The Sound of
Music" extra
27 Kansas city
28 Do
29 Rescued dog, e.g.
31 Letter-shaped opening
33 Rotation means.
36 Pollen holder
37 "St. John Passion"
composer
40 Strategy for eco-
friendly golfers?
46 Rich soil
49 Off-the-cuff
51 Flu fighter
52 Under the decks
53 Actress Thompson
54 Bill Kristol, notably
56 Emerald Isle
57 Granular snow
58 It contains the
Arabian Peninsula's
easternmost point
59 Scale notes
60 Eft?
64 Prefix with benzene
65 Iris family plant
67 Words before "of rules"
68 Haynes, first AFL
Player of the Year
70 Victorian novelist
Anthony ,


74 Shook
77 With 21-Across,
"SNL" regular with
Molly Shannon and
Ana Gasteyer
79 "The Producers"
temptress.
81 1988 Best Picture
84 Actor Chaney
85 Tiny factory mascot?
91 Dallas.centers?
92 Machu Picchu
resident
94 Store
95 Function
96 How brutes behave
98 Pedal pusher
99 Mil. group
100 _France
102 Choose to participate
103 Inarguable
104 Suggestions for mak-
ing funny videos?
107 One 60-trillionth of
a min.
108 Well-used pencil
110 Physics unit
111 Hon
113 1950s-'60s enter-
tainment group.
117 Query in Matthew
121 Gave up a draft
choice, perhaps
125 Draft choice
126 Meditation site?
130 Elton John, e.g.
131 Cavity filler
132 Traffic light color
133 Gem
134 Ice cream buys: Abbr.
135 Hard stuff
136 Magnetic induction
unit
137 Circle dances


DOWN
1 Night tune
2 Spanish pot
3 You might shake on
one
4 Avian
5 British heat?
6 Big finish?
7 Urban financial
area, informally
8 Hung. neighbor
9 Small club
10 Sandwich guy?
11 Mauna _
12 "Legal Eagles" fig.
13 Princess "in a galaxy
far, far away" -
14 His record $252-mil
contract ends in
2010
15 Tipplers
16 Camping orders?
17 Pivot
18 Long
24 Soothing application
25 Florida's Beach
30 Ancient: Pref.
32 Defense gp. since 1948
34 Palm function
35 What cheese has
that pat6 doesn't?
37 Alberta national park
38 "Be _..."
39 Fashion designers'
secret meetings?
41 Albuquerque daily,
briefly
42 Immaculate
43 Movado competitor
44 Sad, Serbia
45 Singer Stefani
47 Wow
48 Regal home
50 Paris greeting
55 Diamond onstage
61 -Mart


62 Left end?
63 Copernicus supporter
66 Muff one
69 Jerry's partner
71 Affront
72 Cabal member
73 Little trickster
75 One might be
done on your back
76 Salve
77 "A Place in the
Sun" costar
78 Revere
80 Bright courts
82 Reynolds of the
1940s-'50s Yankees
83 Pop group whose
name is an acronym
86 Foul callers
87 Simba's love
88 Many companies
have music on it
89 Ht.
90 Remedies
93 Loved
97 Interest
101 Old French coin
105 "Hooray! The week-
end!"
106 Words to a backstabber
109 Grounds
112 Kind of coffee
113 Rough file.
114 Landed
115 Euro fraction
116 Moolah
118 Party with carous-
ing, often
119 la Douce"'
120 Fragrance by Dana
122 Sack dress creator
123 Sicilian tourist sight
124 Henna and her sisters?
127 Menlo Park monogram
128 Olive
129 PT separators


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AM E L IA T RTOLA I S L E D
UIPR IG I H E E ZI S T P E T E
NO SHOO D i RU TY CAN
FAB ERT LEE C E
S- -Y I T s
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TRAN SI S H ERM ANT AN K
SAM U T N I E A MIN E S TAY
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Norcross storms


the Upper Keys


Famed forecaster
arrives Monday
at Cover to Cover
M iami TV weatherman
Bryan Norcross,
whose star shot
through the universe for his
coverage when Hurricane
Andrew slammed south
Miami-Dade in 1992, is com-
ing to the Keys Monday to talk
about his "Hurricane Almanac"
book and take part in a panel
discussion about all things
storms.
He'll discuss his book at
5:30 p.m. at Cover to Cover
Books in the Tavernier Towne
shopping plaza at mile marker
91, then be joined in the panel
discussion with Sheriff Rick
"'Roth, Sheriff's Office Cmdr.
Ross Thomson, Emergency
Management Director Irene
Toner, insurance expert Joe
Roth and Mariners Hospital
Marketing Director Sheila
Konczewsky.
The topic: The impact of
hurricanes and our state of
readiness.


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Norcross is
meteorologist
for WFOR
Channel 4,
the CBS affil-
iate in Miami,
but had the
same role for
Fox affiliate
NORCROSS WSVN
Channel 7
when Andrew hit land.
Norcross' book, which is
updated annually, is a compre-
hensive guide to hurricanes. He
traces the history of catastroph-
ic storms and their impact and
explains how to find accurate
information before and during
a storm, how to prepare for a
hurricane, when to evacuate,
how to find help and how to
find the essential resources
required for recovery.
The free event is sponsored
by First State Bank, Clear
Channel Radio, The Reporter,
Regan Insurance and
Envirosafe Restoration. For
further information contact-
Cover to Cover Books at 853-
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KAIR GOES TO SCHOOL: Members of KAIR (Keys Area Interdenominational Resources)
bought new school supplies and gift cards for clothing and shoes for kids at Stanley Switlik
Elementary School. The Marathon school's parent coordinator, Irene Moreira, will distribute
them to families who could benefit from some extra help. Helping are (from left) KAIR
Director Marj Roberts, Tricia Baker from Marathon Lumber, Assistant Principal Brett Unke and
school helpers Johana Rodriguez and Darian Companioni.

Briefs


Wednesday-fundraiser
helps cancer research

Danielle "Dani" Johnson of
Key West has a fundraiser at
her place of employment,
Love in Bloom Florist, 517
Fleming St., from 5 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday to raise money for
the Tampa Bay Breast Cancer
3-Day Walk.
Johnson will represent Key
West and join thousands of
other women and men for a
three-day 60-mile walk bene-
fiting the Susan G. Komen for
the Cure and the National
Philanthropic Trust Breast
Cancer Fund. Her inspiration
is one of her best friends, Jan
Klimowich, who is battling
the disease.
To participate in the Oct.
19-to-21 event, each walker
must commit to raise a mini-
mum of $2,200. Johnson's
goal is to raise $5,000.
At Wednesday's fundraiser,
the Dockside Deli an.d Conich


Republic Seafood Co. will
cater food. Premiere Beverage
and Winn-Dixie have donated
wine.
There will also be a silent
auction and an ongoing raffle
for such. things as fresh floral
arrangements, baked goods,
Jet Ski tours and hotel stays.
Proceeds from the Breast
Cancer 3-Day are used for
breast cancer research, educa-
tion and community outreach
programs. The Susari G.
Komen -for the Cure receives
85 percent of net proceeds and
the remaining 15 percent goes
to the National Philanthropic
Trust Breast Cancer Fund.

Last Stand
marks 20 years

The environmental group
Last Stand is having a pot-
luck supper Sunday to cele-
brate its 20th anniversary.
It's from 6 to 9 p.m. at the
Nancy Foktr >Eeo-Dico'\er\


Center at the Truman
Waterfront in Key West.
Included in the brief program
will be a presentation by 1000
Friends of Florida of a
Community Steward Award to
Dennis Henize, Last Stand
board member and past presi-
dent.

Reynolds visiting
Marathon church

Noel Reynolds, who has
taught courses in philosophy,
law, American heritage and
religion at Brigham Young
University and who has been a
visiting scholar at Harvard
Law School, Edinburgh
University and the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, is the
guest speaker at the Marathon
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.
His talk is set for 7 p.m.
Friday at the church, 6700
Overseas Highway.


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KEYNOTER


eys Sports & Outdoors


briefs


Cane alums win
college roster spots

Twko Coral Shores gad -
uates earned roster spots
in the tall sport- season at
Florida Gult Coast
Uni% ersill.
Richard Black. a fresh-
nmanv. as one of li\e
FGCL. Eale cross-coun-
tr\ runners t10 score points
in the Gator In\ itational
Meet, a 16-team nmeei
Sept. at the Liniversity
of Florida:
Black ran a 2N-nlinute.
i0. '. -second time on the 8-
Lilnumieter c-ur'ise. good for
fourth amnion his teain-
mates in the season open-
er He is one of 14 men on
the FGCLi cross-countr\
roster.
FGCL finished 12th of
Ih teams at the Gator
Invitational. \\on by host
Fiorida The overall
medalist. Florida's Enoch
Nadler. ran a 24:48.7.
Black v.rote to
Hurricane coach Malr\ Jo
Fr\ that .thile training to
compete at the Di\ ision 1
le eli is arduous. "at least
we :ei to, run on different
trails. and not Iust dovi n
and back on the old" U.S.

Kell. O'Connor is on
the 13-player roster for
the Eagle v. omen's" \ol-
le ball team. off to a
strong 9-1 st.irt.
A 5-"oo l- lil junl i-'r
transfer from Miami-Dade
College. O'Connor las
pl.',ed tw\o came, for the
Eagles, both in :I 3-0
match win Sept. 8 against
Bethure-Cookman. She
made one kill shot and
two block assists.


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Dolphins extinguish Suns


Marathon moves
to 3-1 with
convincing win
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon High School literally
ran all over rival University
School Thursday, the team
Dolphin football coach Lance


Martin said mainland newspapers
picked to win District 8.
The Dolphins (3-1) rushed for
395 yards on just 39 carries and
defeated the Suns in convincing
fashion, 35-7, in their opening dis-
trict game.
Senior running back Sergio
Howard accounted for 243 of
those yards on just 18 carries and
three touchdowns in less than


Lady Canes win


streak now at 4


Coral Shores
volleyball squad
defeats Marathon
By RYAN McCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

The Coral Shores girls' volley-
ball team continued a recent run
of good play Thursday, defeating
Keys rival Marathon High School
on the Dolphins' home court, 25-
,15. 20-25, 25210, 25-11. .
, Afier 16oing: -' e" '.'iiu lit
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games early in the year, the Canes
have now rattled off four victories
in'a row. The first two came at a
tournament at Gulliver Prep.
"We won the last two games
and started finding our positions
and roles on the team.... That was
a turning point," Coral Shores
coach Andy Thiery said.
They followed up the tourna-
ment finish with a win over
Carrollton School and now a


See CAWNE / 37 I
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three quarters of work.
Two 'sophomore running
backs, A.J. Freeman and John
Martin, scored touchdowns of
their own on the ground. Freeman
rushed six times for 58 yards and
Martin had eight carries for 51
yards.
"Our kids came to play and our
line just did an incredible job of
making holes and our backs did a
great job of breaking tackles,"
Martin said.


Dolphin
players, led by
Tavares
Jackson (No.
84) and Johnny
Lancaster (No.
81), celebrate
their runaway
35-7 victory
over District 8
rival University
School
Thursday.
Marathon
outgained the
Suns 467 to. 119
for the game,
with much of
University's, ;
offense coming
when the game
was well out, of
reach.

Keynoter photo by
RYAN MCCARTHY


Junior quarterback Kenny
White was 4-of-9 passing for 61
yards, while sophomore Nyran
Ross worked the fourth quarter
and completed 2-of-3 passes for
11 yards.
Marathon dominated
University defensively, holding
them to just 119 total yards.
For the game, the Suns carried
27 times for minus 25 yards. -


See DOLPHINS / 35


Swimming Canes

dominate LaSalle


Lady Hurricanes
sweep every
scoring position
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

During a break in the swim-
ming action Thursday, Coral
Shores coach Mark Hill chal-
lenged the Hurricanes to make
an extra effort to win the close
races, stretching out to touch


the wall first.
The most difficult part of
that assignment turned out to be
finding a close race.
The Hurricanes dominated
the dual meet over LaSalle,
winning the girls' side,, 89-6,
and the boys, 73-24.
In five individual girls races,
the Lady Hurricanes swept all
the scoring positions, taking
first, second and third.


See SWIM / 38


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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Saturday, September 22, 2007


Marathon uses Statue of Liberty play for 20-yard TD run


DOLPHINS / From 34

Martin said University's tail-
back had run for 250 yards the
previous week and more than 500
through three games.
Senior linebacker Wayman
Ross had 13 total tackles and sen-
ior linebacker Chris Flingos had
nine total tackles and a sack.
Marathon turned the ball over
on downs with its first possession,
but cashed in quickly on their sec-
ond.
Howard ran once for 5 yards ,
then, on the very next play, broke
out for a 55-yard score and a 7-0
Dolphin lead with 5:21 remaining
in the first quarter.
"Once he gets out in front,
there's not many people that are
going to catch him," Martin said.
Marathon forced a Sun punt on
their next possession and wasted
no time expanding their lead:
Howard broke another long
run on a third-and-long play that
gave the Dolphins a first down at
the Sun 20. On the next play,
Marathon took a page out of the
Boise State playbook.
The Dolphins executed a
Statue of Liberty play to perfec-
tion, as White faked a pass to his
right and handed off perfectly to
Freeman, who ran it in for a score
and a 14-0 lead.
Boise State famously upset
Oklahoma on a Statue of Liberty
play in last season's Fiesta Bowl.
"We just.put it in a couple of
days ago, on Monday. We tin-
kered with the blocking and I
guess we came up with the best.


way to run it," Martin said.
Two possessions later, Howard
yet again broke a long run before
punching it in himself from 11
yards out to give the Dolphins a
21-0 lead at the half.
In a long drive to open the
third quarter, Howard scored his
third and final touchdown of the
game to make it 28-0. He, along
with White and several other
starters, watched the remainder of
the game from the sidelines as
Martin took the opportunity to
dole out soie playing time.


K briefs


St. Brendan tops
the Lady Conchs

The Key West High School
volleyball team went to Miami
on Tuesday and losttwo best-of-
three District 16-4A matches to
St. Brendan, 25-14, 25-14 and
25-16, 25-20.
The Conchs fell to 1-7 with
the lone victory a forfeit. They
have lost 19 of 20 games.
"I was very disappointed,"
coach Jessy Hulme said. "St.
Brendan.was a team we should
have beaten.
"It was a weird afternoon.
There was no one there when we
started. There was no music. It
was dark and the gym had a low


ceiling. So bizarre."
Asked who played well for
the Conchs, Hulme mentioned
seniors Danielle Hills and Addie
Klepper, and junior Monica
Caceres, who had "an awesome
string of serves."
St. Brendan received major
contributions from six players as
it improved to 5-4.
Key West will play today at
10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. in its
round-robin invitational tourna-
ment at the Bobby Menendez
Gym.
The tournament, which
began late Friday, also has
Treasure Coast, Seacrest, South
Fork and Okeechobee.


-Dick Wagner


A heavy
downpour
couldn't slow
down the.
Dolphins' run
game
Thursday, as
they -V
accumulated
395 yards
and five
touchdowns
on the
ground in a
35-7 victory
over District 8
rival
University
School.
Marathon
held the Suns
to minus 25_
yards rushing
for the game.

Keynoter photo
by RYAN
MCCARTHY


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Keynoter photo by RYAN MCCARTHY
Coral Shores' Nicole Pravata plays a ball during Thursday's
victory over rival Marathon High School as teammate Chelsea
Russell looks on. The Canes avenged a loss to the Dolphins in
the Keys Classic earlier this year.


'Energy' key to win
when you play a game like that
CANES /From 34
CANES /From 34 you have to show up," Freeman
said. "Hopefully we can learn
strong performance over a from this and be ready to play."
Marathon program Thiery says Senior Alexis Culver had eight
has traditionally been the domi- kills and senior Yari Alpizar
nant program in the Keys. chipped in with two aces.
"Any time we can go down Freshman Kelly Struyf had three
there and'compete with them says kills and four blocks.
a lot for the program," he said. "I thought Kelly played great,
Thiery said the girls are play- she didn't miss many hits and was
ing with much more energy and aggressive at the net," Freeman
enthusiasm,' which showed in said. "She's starting to learn the
their match against the Dolphins. game."
"We served really well, and Struyf also played well in a
that's a simple thing in volleyball loss to a strong Westminster
that is so important; making them Christian team Tuesday. Freeman
have to make tough passes. We said it's tough to call any loss a
played really aggressive," Thiery good one, but the Dolphins per-
said. formed much better against the
Thiery -said senior captain Warriors than in their earlier
Ciara Sanchez covered the court match.
well and had numerous digs. He "I thought we played great
also said the team's middle hitters, against a good team that's going
including Chelsea Moeller, have to go fafin states," Freeman said.
played a huge role in turning the Marathon lost in three games,
Canes season around. 19-25, 13-25, 19-25.
Dolphin coach Kevin Freeman The Dolphins (1-5) will host
said he felt the team came out flat Key West Monday at 6:30 p.m.,
in a big game against a Keys rival. While Coral Shores (5-7) will host
"They: are. obviously .district power Gulliven Prep at
biegest rival: as is Ke\ \e'et. -i 5 '0 o m. Tuesday.


Fins whack Doral by 30


By RYAN MCCARTHY
rmccarthy@keynoter.com

Marathon High School golfer
Jay Hegland finally broke
through with a round coach Dean
Carrigan says he has been wait-
ing to see.
The senior birdied 14 and
eagled 17 en route to shooting a
three-under-par 33 over nine
holes Tuesday at the International
Links Miami-Melreese course.
The' Dolphins convincingly
defeated Doral Academy High
School, 177-207.
Junior Josh Gratton shot 46,
while both Mike Kuck and J.P.
McCabe both shot 49 to complete
the Dolphins scoring.
"It was finally the round that
came together for him. Every
time we saw him, he was right in
the middle of the fairways,"
Carrigan said of Hegland's effort.
"He was never in trouble. That's
been the key for him all year;
he'd have a couple holes where
he got in trouble."
Carrigan said Hegland told
him after the round that he did
not miss a single fairway or green
during the match.
Now, Carrigan said, Hegland


has to learn to expect to shoot a
33 every time he plays.
."His game's good enough
where he can play with the best
players around," he said. "He just
has to realize that's what he
should do more often than not."
Carrigan said the 33 could
have been even lower as well.
Hegland lipped out a 20-foot putt
on 18 and parred another par 5
after putting his first shot within
200 yards.
"It was nice because it was the
course we're playing districts
on," Carrigan said.
The team received a much-
needed day off Thursday as they
deal with injuries and fatigue
from playing four matches in five
days.
"They've been going through


2--_
a lot and it caught up with them,"
Carrigan said.
Short-game issues, especially
putting, continued to plague the
Dolphins Tuesday. Carrigan said
he feels the 177, roughly the
team's average this season, could
have been as low as 160 if tle
team was making putts.
"We won, which is nice, but
we need the guys to get better and
step up. We're stuck in a little
funk now where that's our score,"
Carrigan said. He also noted the
injuries and a lack of practice
time due to recent scheduling has
played a part as well.
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18-hole match Friday against
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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Canes next face Gulliver Prep
r.*elMh ,., s


-WIM / From 34

In three relays at the Jacobs
Aquatic Center in Key Largo,
both the Lady Canes' A and B
teams finished ahead of LaSalle's
Lady Lions. LaSalle made it a lit-
.tle closer on the boys' side, scor-
ing five second-place finishes
and a first in the 100 butterfly.
Coral Shores is scheduled to
host a 4 p.m. Monday meet
against Marathon High School
and Carrollton at 4 p.m. Monday.
The Canes then go on the road
Sept. 29 for the first time this fall
to face one of the season's
biggest tests at Gulliver Prep.
Two Lady Canes won individ-
ual events Thursday.
Erin Fry won the 200 medley
(2:57) and the 100 butterfly
(1:24); Leona Sola won the 50
freestyle (31.03 seconds) and 100
backstroke (1:16).
Kelsey Anderson took 200
freestyle (2:27) by a 22-second
margin, and the 100 free (1:06)
by 11 seconds.
Bianca Sullivan beat a LaSalle
runner-up by eight seconds to
win the 100 breaststroke in 1:16.
Dannon Magane swam a 5:33


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A-


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Keynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOW
Aaron Fryman of Coral Shores digs into the water on the way
to a victory in the 200 individual medley race at Coral
Shores' win over LaSalle in a Thursday meet in Key Largo.


time to win the 400 freestyle (an
abbreviated version of the 500).
Meghan Miller won the div-
ing off the 1-meter board.
Coral Shores' girls' relay
teams took both first and second
in the 200 medley, the 200
freestyle and the 400 freestyle.
Cody Wagner won a pair of
solo races for the boys, taking the
200 freestyle (2:17) and the 100
freestyle (1:00).


Other boys winners were
Aaron Fryman in the 200 medley
(2:49); Luca Podrecca in the 50
freestyle (28.6), Ray Vaughn in
the 500 freestyle (5:48), Travis
Baker in the 100 backstroke
(1:23) and Nate Van Lent in the
100 breaststroke (1:23).
The Coral Shores boys' relay
teams won the 200 medley
(2:12), the 200 freestyle (1:56)
and the 400-freestyle (4:30).


Photo by CINDY CRUCIGER
Island Christian forward Jon Cruciger fends off a Calusa Prep
defender to keep control on the ball in the Eagles' 9-1 victory
at home Tuesday.


Eagles crush Calusa


The scoring's
spread around
in soccer rout
By KEVIN WADLOW
Senior Staff Writer
kwadlow@keynoter.com

Three players each scored
two goals Tuesday as Island
Christian School's soccer
Eagles won their second
straight match.
The Eagle boys carried a 4-
1 record into Friday's rematch
with Princeton Christian, the
only team to stop the Keys
team this season (results not
available at press time).
Island Christian swamped
Calusa's Colts with a 9-1 final
Tuesday.
Aaron Izaguirre scored two
goals and had twQ assists,
while Charlie Marmitt and
Nathan Overfield each booted
two goals. Both of Overfield's
scores came on penalty kicks.
Dylan Akers, a seventh-
grader, finished off the scoring
late in the second half with his


first career goal.
Matthew Izaguirre and
Jordan Izaguirre each had a
solo goal.
The Eagles were ahead at
halftime, 7-1.
"I was really pleased with
our control and passing,"
Eagles coach Robert Lucas
said. "The guys are really
starting to get what we are
teaching in practice."
The Eagles travel to Brito
Tuesday.

Other sports
Island Christian's volley-
ball squad (3-2) was sched-
uled to play its only home
match of the fall season Friday
against Princeton 'Christian
(results not available).
The Lady Eagle netters
travel to Redland Christian for
a doubleheader Thursday.
Runners from Island
Christian are scheduled to
take part in a 4 p.m. Monday
cross-country meet at
Sombrero Country Club in
Marathon.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Marathon City Council will conduct a Public
Hearing on September 25 at 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Marathon
Government Center, 2798 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida to hear the following
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MARATHON,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE ADOPTION OF A STORMWATER UTILITY
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT RATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING
OCTOBER 1, 2007, IN THE CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and participate in the discussion; or,
written comments may be sent to the City of Marathon, c/o City Clerk, 10045-55 Overseas
.Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050. The above resolution can be inspected at the city clerk's office,
located at 9803 Overseas Highway, Marathon, Florida.
Pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at such hearing or meeting,
one will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose that person may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made; such record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
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Keys Sports & Outdoors


Saturday, September 22, 2007


Golfing Conchs just


miss sweep of match


Team mark of 168
good enough for
second among 4
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

Playing its best round of the
season, the Key West High
School golf team was three
strokes shy of winning a four-
team, nine-hole match Tuesday at
the International Links Miami-
Melreese course.
The Conchs shot a 168, two
strokes behind winner
Westminster Christian. Ransom
Everglades was third with a 180
and Westminster Academy of
Fort-Lauderdale was fourth with
a 188.
"It was our best team score
this season," Key West coach
Nora Laubenstein said. "Our
short game was much better -
we had some great approaches to
the green. But we had a lot of
three-putts so we need to work on
that."


On his 17th birthday, senior
Blake Oropeza hit long and
straight off the tees to finish with
a team-best 39. Daniel Margil
had a 42 and Casey Dion and
Zack Kemp each scored 44.
Freshman Jack Lockwood,
who had struggled in recent
matches, kept the ball in the fair-
way and shot 48.
"No one shot 50 or over,"
Laubenstein said.
The strong showing could
bode well for the Conchs as the
District 24-2A meet looms in
mid-October.
"Westminster Christian is in
our district and probably our
main competition for the second
or. third spot in the districts,"
Laubenstein said.
The first three teams in the
district meet advance to the
regionals.
The Conchs faced Marathon
and LaSalle Friday afternoon at
Sombrero Country club in a
match completed too late for
today's paper.


Keynoter Staff


Led by Andrea Cockerham
and Tyler Boban, Coral Shores'
cross-country teams have been
scoring well in recent events.
The Lady Hurricanes took
second in: a six-team meet
Tuesday at Westminster Christian
of Miami.
Cockerham ran a 22-minute,
14-second time for the 5-kilome-
ter event, finishing third overall.
Teammates Michelle Medrano
(23:54), Anna Homebraker
(25:40), Emily Hiller (26:32) and
Alex Gonzalez (26:50) helped the
Canes score 46 points, nine
behind team winner Florida
Christian. Doral was a distant
third at 117.
Boban finished second overall
among the bdys, running a 17:26
time.
The b6ys' squad, with 48
points, took third in team stand-
ings behind Palmer Trinity (32)
and Archbishop Curley (45).
Coral Shores beat Doctors


Charter, Florida Christian and
Westminster Christian.
Max Jones (18:44), Dylan
Valdez (20:15), Storm Munoz
(20:22) and Myles Turton (20:21)
scored for the Hurricanes.
Coral Shores hosts its first
home meet at 4 p.m. Monday.
Joining the Hurricanes at John
Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
will be Ransom Everglades,
Archbishop Carroll and Florida
Christian.
In other Coral Shores athletics
this week:
The Coral Shores junior-
varsity football team plays its
only home game this fall at 6 p.m.
Thursday against the Douglas JV.
There is no varsity football game
this week. Results from Friday's
trip to Moore Haven were not
available at press time.
The volleyball Hurricanes
host Gulliver Prep in a key
District 16-3A match at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday (JV starts at 4 p.m.)


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Head Superintendent Koby Minshall (left), his dog 48 and Assistant Superintendent Eric Swary
show the lushness of the new back nine at the Key West Golf Club.



Renovation almost complete


The back nine
at Key West
opening Friday
By DICK WAGNER
Keynoter Contributor

The reopening at 7 a.m.
Friday of the back nine at the
Key West Golf Club will mark
the end of years of renovation
at the emerald-hued public
course on Stock Island.
In honor of the occasion,
the first 150 golfers will have
a chance to win $10,000, said
Doug Carter, the club's direc-
tor of golf operations. All they
have to do is get a hole-in-one
on the 165-yard 13th.
The back nine has been
closed since early July, when
work began on installing new
soil and salt-resistant grass on
the greens. New sand has also
been put in the bunkers.
The greens on the front


nine were rebuilt last summer
in the first phase of a
$750,000 project that was
necessitated after Hurricane
Wilma ravaged the course and
induced a storm surge that
covered the course in 4 feet of
saltwater and left the-greens
gray.
"We're happy to have the
renovation done," said Carter,
who has worked on the reno-
vation with head golf pro Eric
Favier. "Now this golf course
can rival any resort course in
Florida."
The new grass, called
SeaDwarf Seashore Paspalum,
has lived up to its billing.
"The front nine had a lot of
traffic this summer. With that
and the heat, the greens took a
terrible beating, but you can't
tell. I'm ecstatic the way they
have held up to the extreme
conditions here."
The course is irrigated by
rainwater and water from KW
Resort Utilities that is pumped


from -a pumping station that
was part of the renovation.
The 83-year-old, 6,500-
yard, par-70 course was
redesigned in the early 1980s
by well-known golf-course
designer Rees Jones. It was
bought about 10 years ago by
Bill and Gwen Smith of
Chicago. They hired Carter,
who began to improve the
course, which was becoming
threadbare.
Now, its lush contours
shimmer in the sun, ant
golfers have ducks, raccoons,
bald eagles and birds as com-
pany.
Smug in its beauty, the
course dares to be conquered.
Hardly anyone does.
"Every hole plays different
every day because of the
change in wind," Carter said.
"The Florida State Golf
Association, which rates
courses, said the average pro
would shoot 2 over par on this
course."
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Meeting Notice
Monroe County Land Authority

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Monroe County
Land Authority Advisory Committee will be held at 9:30
AM in the Marathon Library on Wednesday, September 26,
2007. The public is invited. For additional information or a
copy of the agenda, please contact the Land Authority office
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September 22, 2007


Classifieds 305-743-5551


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.100
ANNOUNCEMENTS

110
Legal Notices


No. 0176500

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the Board of
County Commissioners
of Monroe County, Flori-
da, will hold a public
hearing on October 17,
2007 at 3:00 P.M., at the
Harvey Government
Center,-1200 Truman
Avenu.eo Key West,
Florida forthie purpose of
determining whether or
not the following streets,
alley-ways, roads or
highways shall be aban-
doned:

a portion of 4th Street, ly-
ing in Summerland Key,
Monroe County, Florida,
and being more particu-
larly described as fol-
lows:

Commence at the North-
west corner of Lot 20,
'SUMMERLAND BEACH
ADDITION NO. 1 ac-
cording to the plat there-
of, as recorded in Plat
Book 3, Page 20, of the
Public Records of Mon-
roe County, Florida, then
N 72'34'57 E along the
Northerly Line of said Lot
20 (also being the South-
erly Right-of-Way Line of
4th Street for 331.8 feet,
more or less to the Point
of Beginning; thence con-
tinue S 72'34'57 E along
the said Northerly Line of
Lot 20 (also being the
Southerly Line of 4th
Street) for 17.5 feet, more
or less to the Approxi-
mate Mean High Water
line of Niles Channel for
18.7 feet, more or less;
thence S 79'44'08 Wfor
32.3 feet, more or less, to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 131.20
square feet, more or less.

Pursuant to Section
286.0105, Florida
Statutes, notice is given
that if a person decided to
appeal any decision
made by the Board with
respect to any matter
considered at such hear-
ings or meetings, he will
need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and that, for
such purpose, he may
need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based..

Dated at Key West; Flori-
da, this 19th day of Sep-
tember, 2007.


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Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices


DANNY L. KOLHAGE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
and ex officio Clerk of the
Board of County Com-
missioners
of Monroe County, Flori-
da

Publish September22,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.0332400

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given
that the Monroe County
Value Adjustment Board
will hold their Organiza-
tional Meeting on Friday,
September 28,2007, at
10:00 a.m., atthe Mara-
thon Government Center
located at 2798 Over-
seas Highway, Mara-
thon, Florida.

This meeting is for the
purpose of selecting Spe-
cial Magistrate positions
pursuant to the provi-
sions of F.S. 194.035,
and any other matters
that may properly come
before the Board.

Danny L. Kolhage-
Clerk to the Value Adjust-
ment Board

Publish September 19,
22,2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No. 0338600

CALL FOR BIDS CITY
OF KEY COLONY
BEACH REBID OF CITY
LANDSCAPING
CONTRACT

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the City
Commission of the City of
Key Colony Beach, Flori-
da, requests sealed bids
for landscape mainte-
nance of city parks and
grounds.

1 .Winning Bidder must
provide licensing and
proof of insurance.
2. Specifications, Bidder
Response Formand con-
tractual requirements
must be obtained from
Building Official Edward
Borysiewicz, City Hall,
600 W. Ocean Drive, Key
Colony Beach, FL 33051,
phone 305-289-1212,
Ext. 1.
3. An on-site review of
the above requirements
with the Building Official
is mandatory to the bid-
ding procedure.
SEALED BIDS may be
submitted as follows:
1. MAIL to City Commis-
sion, P.O. Box 510141,
Key Colony Beach, FL
33051-0141
2 FAX to 305-289-1767


3. DELIVER to City Hall,
600 W. Ocean Drive, Key
Colony Beach, Florida
SEALED BIDS MUST
BE SUBMITTED BY
10:00 A.M. ON TUES-
DAY, OCTOBER 2,2007

TO BE OPENED IN THE
OFFICE OFTHE CITY
CLERK. A report of the
bids will be made by the
Building Official at the
Regular City.Commis-
sion Meeting beginning
at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday,
October 11,2007 City
Hall Auditorium.

PLEASE MARK EN-
VELOPES AS FOL-
LOWS:LANDSCAPE
MAINTENANCE REBID
OPENING DATE: OC-
TOBER 2,2007

Bids received after 10:00
a.m. on October 2, 2007
will be returned to the
sender unopened.The
City Commission re-
serves the right to accept
or reject any and all bids.

Vickie L. Bollinger, City
Clerk
Publish September 19,
22,2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.7718600

DISTRICT V ADVISORY
COMMITTEE
(Mile Marker 90.940 To
The Dade/Monroe
County Line and any
Mainland portions of
Monroe County)
of the
MONROE COUNTY
TOURIST
DEVELOPMENT
COUNCIL
has an opening for a

LODGING INDUSTRY
REPRESENTATIVE -
SHALL BE OWNERS
OR OPERATORS/MAN-
AGERS OF MOTELS,
HOTELS, RECRE-
ATIONAL VEHICLE
PARKS OR OTHER
TOURIST ACCOMMO-
DATIONS IN THE DIS-
TRICT WHICH ARE
SUBJECT TO BED TAX

Any person wishing to
participate on the Dis-
trict V Advisory Com-
mittee of the Monroe
County Tourist Develop-
ment Council within the
/district so noted above,
may request an applica-
tion from the Administra-
tive Office by calling
(305) 296-1552 and sub-
mit an application to the
address shown below:

Department DAC
Monroe/County Tourist
Development Council
1201 White Street, Suite
102 1


Key West, FL 33040
Fax #: (305) 296-0788

Deadline for receipt of
application at the
above address is Fri-
day, OCTOBER 5, 2007,
at 5:00 p.m.A resume
may be attached to the
application.

Publish September22,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.9038500

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE

Anchor Towing gives
notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
October 5,2007,8:00
a.m. at 189 US Hwy 1,
Key West, FL 33040.
pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. Anchor Towing
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and/or all bids.

1. 1995 CHEVROLET
VIN#
1GNDT13W6SK144021

2.1994 TOYOTA VIN#
JT2EL45U9R0177328

3.2005 JEM POWER
SPORT VIN#
KM4CA104651306279

Publish September22,
2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


No.9302900

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR MONROE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 07-CP-61-M

IN RE: ESTATE OF
KENNETH W. DOLBEY
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of KENNETH W.
DOLBEY, deceased,
whose date of death was
July 2,2007, and whose
social security number is
037-30-8894, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 3117
Overseas Highway,
Marathon, FL. 33050.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.

All creditors of the
decedent and other


persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF ACOPY
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
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTERTHE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.


Legal Notices

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN.THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTERTHE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first
publication of this notice
is September 15, 2007.

Personal Representative
ARLENE K. DOLBEY
12555 Overseas High-
way Ocean, Apt 4
Marathon FL. 33050

RICHARD E.
WARNER. P.A.


Legal Notices

Attorney for Personal
Representative
12221 OVERSEAS
HIGHWAY
MARATHON, FL 33050
Telephone:
(305) 743-6022.-
Florida Bar No. 283134

Publish September 15,
22,2007
Florida Keys Keynoter


200
EMPLOYMENT~

260 a General
Miscellaneous

Advertising &/or Boat
Sales. P/T -F/T, top com-
missions, sales exp. &
dependable transporta- .
tion required. Retirees
welcome. 305-872-3123.
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


CITY OF MARATHON, FLORIDA
:- 10045-55 Overseas HigIhwa, Marathon, Florida 33050
-. .; Phone: (305) 743-0033

REQUEST' FOR QUALIFICATIONS
FOR
CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD ATTORNEY
RFQ# CODE 10-2007
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that scaled proposals will be received by the
CITY OF 1I \R \TIHONl until 4:30 P.M., local time, Monday, October 15,
2007, at the Clerks offices of the City of Marathon located at 10045-55 Overseas
Highway, Marathon, Florida, 33050.
The City of Marathon, Florida, hereby requests, sealed "Statements of
OaIti..,il, .rs'" from firms or individuals experienced in providing Code
Enforcement Board Attorney Services.
The work for which proposals are to be submitted consists of:
A. Statutory Xlllmril. Chapter 162, Florida Statutes, the Local
Government Code Entorcement Boards Act, authorizes the creation of adminis-
trative boards with authority to impose administrative fines and other non-crimi-
nal penalties as a method of enforcing city codes and ordinances where a'ipend-
ing or repeated violation continues to exist. The Marathon ( II) Council appoints
members of the Code Enforcement Board and legal counsel for the Board. The
Act provides enforcement procedures, hearing procedures, notice requirements
and appeals.. The Act further authorizes the appointment of legal counsel for
enforcement boards created under the Act.
B. City Code Chapter 10 of the Marathon Code adopts Chapter 162, Florida
Statutes subject to amendments from time to time.
C. Meetings The Code Enforcement Board hearings are currently scheduled
on the second Wednesday of every month and each rii tiii is from one to four
hours. Emergency meetings may be called on short notice: The attorney is
responsible for the preparations and review of Board orders.
D. Qualifications The applicant must be a member in good standing with
the Florida Bar with a ,h-.roii-h knowledge of Chapter 162, Florida Statutes and
the provisions of the Marathon Code. Experience with real property law and
quasi-judicial administrative hearings is helpful.
E. Term -The term of the ..'oir I ,. ill be fora twelve (12) month period. ith
options to renew annually at the same hourly rate. 1 Ihc contract will provide for
compensation based on an hourly rate with payments to be made monthly.
Proposals shall be -icp., .- addressed and submitted in compliance with detailed
instructions as set forth in the contract documents. Bid documents may be
examined and obtained online at www.demandstar.com.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, to waive irreg-
ularities, technical errors and formalities, and to award the contract as it deems
will best serve the interest of the City.
The City of Marathon Published Keynoter 9/22/07 & 9/26/07


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Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys
Helping people cope.





Fully paid healthcare, 401 with match and retirement plan. Call 434-9033
or fax resume to 305-434-9040. Visit us at www.qcmk.orq. EEOC/DFWP


Community Health
of South Florida, Inc.
Now serving the Florida Keys
*Family Physician
*ARNP
*Certified Nurse Midwife
*Pediatrician
*OB/GYN Physician
*LPN
*Pt. Care Techn.
*Pt. Financial Svc. Spec.
*Dentist
*Dental Assistant
*Dental Hygienist
SOutreach Worker
*Social Worker
Competitive salary, excellent fringe bne its
Applicants may apply in person at
Marathon Health Center
2855 Overseas Highway, MM 48.5
Marathon, FL 33050
or fax Resume to: (305) 254-4987
For more information: (305) 252-4872



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Assembly Tech: Fast
paced for grills,
wheelbarrows. Tools &
transportation needed.
Call 888-316-6380

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MARATHON
GARBAGE
is currently hiring:
DRIVERS: CDL
Class A or B, 2 yrs
exp. necessary
HELPERS: tjrrtingi
pay $9, Raises based
on performance.
Apply in Person:
4290 Overseas Hwy
Marathon

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position, pays $10.00 an hour. Must be able to work
evenings and weekends. This position is i'...i ;i.i fi
providing mid-level staff support services r.:' i\.: -i; I.
Parks and Recreation Department. One year experience
working with, and supervising youth in an
educational or recreational setting for : ouii I''..,III or
one year of rrjininv 'n.I e ''. rienc' with adult recreation
or educational programs. Successful applicants must
undergo drug screening, driving record and background
check. Apply at City Hall, 10045 Overseas Hwy between 9
a.m. and 4 p.m. or visit our website wwwci.marathon.fl.us
for an application. Applications may be faxed to
305-289-4143. Drug Free Workplace, EOE.


Banana CabannaAcad-
emy needs e~prienced
Preschool Teachers &
loving, carihgirndividuals
tojoin our staff. We are
accepting applications
for a part-time position in
the 1-yr-old classrm. Call
Susan 305-745-1400.

Supeilg
Brand New State of the
Art School! Geace
Jones Daydareis looking
for2-full time motivated &
responsible teachers.
Min. State-r mandated
hours, starts at $9 per hr.
Salary Commensurates
higher qualifications.
Please call Iris at
305-743-6064. -
Captain needed, F/T,
at Tilden's Scuba Center
in Marathon. Please call
743-7255'f6r interview
Captain/Scubal nstruc-
tor combo position for
dive resort in-Key largo.
Clean cut, nonsmoker.
Email: -
amyamoray@aol.com or
call 305-394a400.


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260 ,, General -
Miscellaneous
Carpet intallers/mea-
surers needed for imm.
yr. round work in the-
keys. MVusthave own van
S& tools. G. Nazima
954-559-7007
Construction Co.
seeking Recept/Admin,
for Mid Keys project.
Must pass drug test.
EOE. DFWP. Fax
resume to: 305-289-0848
Dental Assistant want-
ed. Exp. preferred but will
train rightindividual to
work in the Middle keys.
Full Timeeiplus benefit
package.-;Send resume
to Fax#a305-289-8920 or
call 305-289-8915 or
305-289-8917.
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FIELD PROJEOTIOC
MANAGER
for established local
contractor. Benefits,
health Ins. Fox
resume w/salary
desired, 872-2219
or email
cbbpk@bellsouth.net.
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260 General
Miscellaneous


Dolphin Research
Center currently has a
FT opening for an
Animal Care & Habitat
Specialist. Must be diver
certified, physically fit,
and able to lift 75 Ibs.
Must work well with
animals and have
knowledge of dive
equipment maintenance
and repairs. Must have
clean driving record,
general handyman skills,
be physically fit, and able
to work in the Florida
heat. The successful
candidate will be
responsible, organized,
and motivated with
excellent team player
skills. Benefits include
medical insurance,
401 (k), paid vacation and
holidays. Job
descriptions available at:
www.dolphins.org.
Stop by to fill out an
application or e-mail your
resume to:
drc-hr@dolphins.org
Electrician with
experience, wanted with
valid FL drivers license.
Call 305-743-7855
Exp. Appliance tech
needed. Tools, valid dr.
lie., and reliability
required. 664-3662.
F/T Security Guard
needed.
Islamorada area.
305-743-3143
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260 General
Miscellaneous
FT Routeperson for
Marathon vending co.
M/F. Reliable a must.
Clean driving record.
Bondable. Moderate lift-
ing. Will train. Some
mech. ability helpful.
References required.
Call Harry. 305-289-7886
Islamorada Pet Groom-
ing salon has opening for
experienced groomer.
FT/PT options available.
Call Linda 305-852-4644
Kennel Assistant/
Housekeeper
Housekeeping and ani-
mal care duties required.
Must be able to lift at least
50 Ibs. This P/T weekend
position-will only be filled
by a compassionate, car-
ing individual that loves
to work with animals and
people. Please call Mara-
thon Veterinary Hospital
at 305-743-7099.
LandscapingCo. seek-
ing experienced MGRs &
labor. Full time/yr round.
(p) 866-487-3053 (f)
888-816-9185.
Marathon Garbage is
seeking an exp. welder.
Pay based on exp.
Apply in person @
4290 Overseas Hwy .
Mechanic Trainees
No experience neces-
sary. Ifyoureagerto
learn, we're willing to
train. Excellent wage/op-
portunity forgrowth. Con-
tact Rob 305-743-2631
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Satellite Installation Technicians
MasTec Advanced "'chrinoljies, North America's largest DireoTV
Home Service Provider, is a growth oriented satellite nistallati:il &
serirCinq company with MII/IEDiATE ojpenirin. in the Keys area,

REFERRAL BONUS
COMPANY VAN & GAS CARD PROVIDED
S WEB ACCESS FOR ROUTES
MULTIPLE INCENTIVES
EXCELLENT PAY & BENEFITS
(Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Stock option, paid Vacation)

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. A valid driver's license
is required. Must be able to lift 50 lbs., climb a ladder, work at
heights above 10 feet, and work in attics and crawl spaces.
All applicants must undergo drug and criminal background screening.
Fax-resumes to 214-483-5127, email: atjobs@mastec.com,
apply online: www.mastec.com. Reference Job Code:MK-516
.V" For information 800-532-4991
SMonday-Friday; 9am-5pm, CST )


260 General -
Miscellaneous
Office Assistant.
Busy Chiropractor on Big
Pine Key is seeking an
experienced employee to
perform all aspects of
front desk work. Duties
include: Appointment
scheduling & insurance
claims. Please fax
resume to: 305-872-4665
or email: bpkchiroca@
bellsouth.net
Part time help needed.
Call for details
743-0354 or
305-896-1757
Plumber/Helper,
Excellent pay, paid holi-
days and vacation, medi-
cal insurance. Must be
reliable and have good
driving record. Drug free
wrkpl. Apply @ 10937 O/S
Hwy or call
305-743-5357
Plumber Wanted with
experience. Top wages
paid. Earnie Alexander
Plumbing.
Call 305-743-3883
PT Laborer needed
nights & weekends.
$15 per hr. Please call
852-0872 ext. 33.
RESORT HELP
Property maintenance
manager, general main-
tenance, housekeeping,
dock hands.
Immediate openings.
305-797-1707
Security Officer
F/T & P/T available. Call
Pheonix Security
305-515-0234
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260 General -
Miscellaneous
Service Tech. SALT
(Sea, Air, Land
Technologies) is growing
and seeking a service
tech. Mechanical/
electrical knowledge and
min 2 yrs experience.
Ability to be trained in
ac/dc, and solar power
systems a must. Fax
resume tI 289-0275 or
email chu;km@
salt-systems.com
The MooI ings is seek-
ing a friendly, self-
motivated, team player
for a night security
position. Competitive
salary and great benefits.
Please pick up an
application @ The
Moorings 123 Beach Rd.,
Islamorada, Fl orfax
resume to 664-4242
phone 664-4708.
Wanted P/T help in a
small swimming pool
business. Interesting
variety of different tasks.
Call 305-849-7705
265
Healthcare
Amna Health Care-
Services
HHA#299992374:
Seeks RN, LPN, PT,
PTA, MSW & CPA.
Competitive pay. Call
786-317-3594.or
305/336-1323.

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with the Keynoter's
classified section.
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Mariners

Hospital
HEALTH
Become part of one of South Florida's premier
employers while working in the Florida kI.
To meet our growing needs, our healthcare team
seeks itiiiJ l iri. iili I- for the iull.'.%.iiL
positions. If you are selected, we will provide you
with growth opportunities, a competitive salary
and an excellent benefits package..


Group Exercise Instructor
Per Diem. Instructor needed for Wellness
Center. Must have nationally recognized group
exercise certification and CPR. Minimum
2 years experience required.

Apply in person or fax/mail resumes to:
Human Resources
MARINERS HOSPITAL
91500 Overseas Highway,
Tavernier, Florida 33070
Fax 305/434-1642


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Healthcare


DentalAssistant want-
ed. Exp. preferred but will
train right individual to
work in the Middle keys.
Full Time plus benefit
package. Send resume
to Fax# 305-289-8920 or
call 305-289-8915 or
305-289-8917.
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MONROE COUNTY
Temp FF/Paramedic
Fire Rescue MAR $18.09
Per Hr. 4 Positions Avail.
REQ: Voc/Tech School,
FL FF Min. Stan-ards, FL
Paramedic, CPR, and
EVOC certs; 1 yrrel exp.
VET PREF AVAIL Drug-
free Wrkpl E.O.E
Deadline: Open Until
Filled
Leasa, 292-4557;
hrpmonroecounty-fl.qov


* RNs (day & evening shifts)

* CNAs

* Certified Radiology Tech

* Medical Lab Tech

* E.R. Registration Clerk

* Physical Therapist

* Billing Clerks

Human Resources:
(305) 743-5533 ext. 5563
Fax: (305) 743-3962
Email:
Michele.Teller@fli.hma-corp.com
www.FishermensHospital.com








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3301 0/S Hwy., Marathon, FL 33050
E.O.E./Drug Free Workplace


Plantation Key
Convalescent Center
) 1 48 Highpoint Road,
Tavernier, Fl 33070

Director of Dietary Services
Candidate should be a CDM or DTR with dietary
experience. Willing to train and certify right
candidate. Long term care experience preferred.
Benefits offered.
Contact Angela Smith HHA
305-852-3021 or fax resume to 305-852-2672.
DFWP/EOE


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265
Healthcare


MONROE COUNTY
Temp FFIEMT Fire Res-
cue MAR $16.45 Per Hr.
2 Positions Avail. REQ:
Voc/Tech School, FL FF
Min. Standards, FL EMT
or Paramedic, CPR, and
EVOC certs; 1 yr rel exp.
VET PREF AVAIL Drug-
free Wrkpl E.O.E
Deadline: Open Until
Filled
Leasa, 292-4557;
hr@monroecounty-fl.gov
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


270
Office Clerical


INOW "m, tn
Administrative
Assistant, FIT. M-F, 8-5.
Detail oriented, some
accounting exp. helpful.
Plse call 305-743-4422
Bookeeper, full time,
needed for small
business. Benefits avail.
Call 305-522-9277.

CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


visiting nurse association
& hoCspice of t/.?Jlo rida keys
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II1I .IT F. H. ALI H L.tR[ UL I'llDE THE 1O r
*Physical Therapists "
FT & PT -Tw*K y
*Reiikler'd N[n111 -*. -_'- -Y'
FPt-Uopxa wa
Salaried ..L~.i r p .. I. *..ai.,, tL .', bil
l..hr.lld...: a fl.lih
Competitive wages & benefits including health &
defital insurance, 48ob, holiday pay, continuing
education, accrual of paid time off, on-call &
milc.~'r- reimh.u semenr PT benefits available as
well Visit us online iE. . r li.._ ... -.'. r a-. or
contact Barbara Fernandez, HR Director. via
e-m ail- i !1,... *. l, .,' ,,
or via fax S05-ss-9 ';(. IF-\VI F- uF~l




Bookkeeper/Secretary
Law firm looking for a person to
do bookkeeping secretary. Must
know double entry bookkeeping.

Call 305-393-4061


270
Office Clerical


Seeking an Executive
Assistant'who is flexible,
responsible and can
multi-task for general
office duties in Marathon.
Some experience
preferable. Must be
detail-oriented w/ good
computer & phone skills.
Call Michael at 481-4301.
275
Professional

ATKINS ENGINEERS,
INC.
Atkins Engineers is
-opening offices in Jack-
sonville, Destin and Key
Largo, Florida. We are in
need of architects/engi-
neers with a background
in structural, mechanical,
electrical and/or plumb-
ing. Must have experi-
ence in design and con-
struction. Bachelor de-
gree in engineering or ar-
chitecture preferred.
Email resume to:
tmaxwell@
atkinsengineers.com or
Fax resume to
305.442.2201
MONROE COUNTY
Sr Dir Ping & Envir Re-
sources Mar $76,395.65
-$118,412.44 peryr40
HPW. REQ: M.S. in Ur-
ban, Envir., or Reg. Ping;
7-10 yrs rel exp, 5 yrs
suprv level. AICP pref.
VET PREF AVAIL drug-
free wrkpl E.O.E.
Deadline: 9/26/2007.
Leasa, 292-4557;
hromonroecountv-fl.gov

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DESCRIPTION: Responsible for planning, directing and coordinating
complex and diversified operations of planning department for the City,
including comprehensive master plan, land use development, zoning.
Manages department staff and administrative/financial functions
including budgets, sets department goals, objectives and evaluates their
effectiveness. Attend meetings and conferences concerned with
designated areas of responsibility.

REQUIREMENTS: A degree in urban or regional planning or related field;
six (6) years experience in public administration or land planning,
including three (3) years experience in a supervisory capacity, or any
equivalent combination of relevant training and experience; knowledge
of public administration with particular reference to county and municipal
administration. AICP accreditation and/or an advanced degree preferred.
Proficient in computer programs, i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, strong
analytical skills and presentation skills. Drug free work place. EOE

SALARY: $70,000 to $78,000 depending on qualifications.

TO APPLY: Send resume to Susan Funk, HR Director City of Marathon,
www.funks@ci.marathon.fl.us. or fax to 305-289-4143. Applications
are available online at www.ci.marathon.fl.us.


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Professional
Prominent member-
ship-orientated
business seeking mature
applicants experienced
in Quickbooks,
customer service, and
various computer skills.
Salary based on experi-
ence and performance.
Email resume to
Resumeiterranova.net.
Recruiter (Duck Key,
FL) Develop recruiting
strategies and marketing
open positions. Screen,
interview & recommend
applicants to department
managers for open
positions. Conduct
required drug screening,
criminal background and
social security
verifications and past
employment references.
2 years of experience
required. 40 hpw. Mail
resume to: NVHG Hotel
Operator LLC, Attn:
HR, 61 Hawks Cay Blvd,
Duck Key,FL33050.
South Dade/Monroe
County based Land-
scape and maintenance
company seeks SELL-
ING designer or architect
to take leadership role
with this success
company. $60,000.00
salary, expenses and
benefits and bonus. Must
be sales oriented. Call
Keith at South Florida IT
Staffing 954-829-3605.

CALLCLASSIRED 743-5551


280 Restaurants-
Bars Hotels
Exp. Breakfast Cook.
F/T 7am-2pm, 5 Days.
Positive attitude. Mana-
tee Bay Restaurant
MM 58.5 305-743-7113
Hawk's Cay Resort. Is
hiring a Restaurant
Manager with at least
2+ years proven
experience in an upscale
environment. Candidate
should be a team leader
with a positive attitude,
strong work ethic and a
commitment to
excellence. We offer a
unique opportunity to be
a part of the new Hawk's
Cay experience and
invest in yourfuture
career. Apply in person at
Human Resouroes,
61 Hawk's Cay Blvd,
Duck Key or online at:
hr@hawkscay.com
Hawk's Cay Resort is
hiring experienced wait
staff. OurServers/
Bartenders earn
outstanding gratuities
and enjoy excellent
benefits. To join our
dynamic team, you must
be service oriented and
present a professional
image. Please stop by
Human Resources or
send your resume to:
hr@hawkscay.com
61 Hawk's Cay Blvd,
Duck K9y, FL. EOE &
Drug Free Workplace.

CALLCLASSIRED 743-5551


FTV'ErT IMCA4JVA GEI 11
SANCTUARY FRIENDS
FOUNDATION OF THE FLORIDA
KEYS HAS A POSITION AVAILABLE
FOR AN EVENT MANAGER IN KEY
WEST AT THE FLORIDA KEYS
ECO-DISCOVERY CENTER.
A successful candidate must
possess excellent c'r'j.,ini7.- lirn i i:l
planning & computer skills with prior
Event Management & Planning
experience..
A successful candidate must pass a
Foder- l Se,', JmiS h ik riinn, i h,'r<
Interested applicants should email their
resume to:
Glenn@SanctuaryFriends.org
EOE


SOCIAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR
needed for PACE
Rc s etnRWa Reach Program,
The candidate must be able to build
relationships with local school constituents,
model agency values and principles, and
manage a caseload. The candidate must
have 2 or more years experience working
with youth and a MSW is required. The
position is located in the Upper Keys. Send
resume to Diana.reagan@pacecenter.org
or fax to (305) 293-1597. EOE


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Bars Hotels


PREFERRED
PROPERTIES
Coastal Realty, Inc.
On Summerland Key Is looking for one
Top Producer to join our winning team.
If you are a proven AelrI.'jnr who
wants to have the benefits associated
with the ufiliollcr of Christie's Great
Estates Call Al Leder at: (i30.) 3C10 7359
to arrange a confidential interviews



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WAIT STAFF
Excellentpay, benefits & 'vor kil,4
hours/paid vacation,
Apply in person.

MARATHON
YACHT CLUB
825 33rd St., Marathofin



LITTLE PALM ISLAND RESORT & SPA i
Great Pay, Cash Incentives
HOUSEKEEPERS e DISHWASHER
LINE COOK PASTRY COOK
BOAT MATE PM SERVERS
ASSISTANT SERVERS, AM/PM
AM HOSTESS
DOCKHAND
;j GROUNDS PERSON
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280 Restaurants.
Bars Hotels

New restaurant open-
ing in Sugarloaf is looking
to fill ALL positions. Exp.
preferred' but willing to
train right person. Please
call Lori for more informa-
tion and to schedule an
interview at
305-942-3021.

500
MERCHANDISE

515 Antiques-
Collectibles

Authenticated Atocha
Emerald. 11.55 carats.
Appraised at $81,775.
Will sell for $25,000.
Call 954-818-1542

545 Yard Sales -
Flea Markets



Sat. Sept. 22, 8AM-2PM.
Tools, Household goods,
decorative items,
furniture, books, board-
sailing equipment, etc.
969 Ocotillo Ln, Flamingo
Island, Marathon. Follow
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575
Pets
Exotic Bengal Kittens
Spotted little leopards,
marble. TICA Reg. Shots
305-304-1617
Himalayan Kittens for
sale. Parents are CFA
registered. (305)
296-1486 or 304-9924

590
Miscellaneous



Deli/Restaurant equip-
ment. All you need to
start your own deli or add
to your restaurant. Great
condition & great deal.
Call 305-923-1029
Forklift For Sale
Runs great !
$9,000.
Call Dave 305-731-5521
Furniture & Appliances
(used) bought & sold.
Byars Used Furniture &
Appliances. 2777 O/S
Hwy, Mthn 743-6506
Hot Tubs For Sale
2 Hot tubs
$900 each
248-227-0723
Mattress Set, Queen
Size. Plush, Orthopedic
with 20 yr warranty.
New in plastic.
Cost over $1,000, but will
sell for $250 cash!
Call 305-453-0188.
MURPHYBED $1095 Six
colors to choose from.
Alex 786-412-4859
urphybedservices.com


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
,y CIoppiar -MM'r 1' 295-8430

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590
Miscellaneous
Private Collector Wants
Rolex Dive watches and
Pilot Watches. Old model
Military clocks & watch-
es. 305-743-4578
Sound System for large
room. Harmon Kardon
receiver/CD, Klipsch
speakers. $1,500
305-304-9598

600
FINANCE

610 Business
Opportunities
Advertising/Publishing
Well established Keys
high profit business with
loyal client base & annual
renewals. $249K.
305-872-3123
Landscaping Business
est. 1978 Irg. customer
base, all equipment incl.
2 vehicles.and trailer,
$60K Call Tobe Creed @
Exit Realty.
305-743-9292 ext 105
Liq. Lic. Monroe Coun-
tyjTerms Avail.,
Realty Masters
Realtors
800-523-7651
Turn Key Small engine
repair & sales business
located in Marathon.
Extensive clientele. Con-
tact Don 305-743-7590

700
REAL ESTATE RENTALS

710
Homes for Renr


Waterfront
A Marathon 2/2 open
water views, concrete
dock, fenced yard, all
tiled, C/AC, W/D. F/L/S
$1500/mo +utils. Long
term 914-522-9092
Affordable WATER-
FRONT HOMES! 1-3
BR's, most with dockage,
some with views, start at
$1100/mo.305-872-2750
Annual Rentals
Grassy Key 3/2 $1650.
F/L/S. Call Barbara at
Coldwell Banker RE
305-289-6499

immaculate I
Beautiful Islamorada,
B/S, 2/2, furn, W/D, H.O.
park w/boat ramp, cov
parking, boat/car. No
smoke/pets, $1600 mo.
F/L/S 786-543-3052

i Listing
Beautiful new Duplex
2/2 $1600 mo., 1/1 $950
mo. Ea incl utils/Directv/
internet. Spacious, good
area, HO boat ramp MM
98 b/s. F/L 786-546-4768


710
Homes for Rent
Big Pine 2/1, Beautiful,
spacious, stilt on canal.
Dock, grdn, W/D, AC/HT,
1 yr lease $1800 + utils,
F/L/S 305-923-9589
Big Pine Key, 2/2 canal
front, A/C, dock, no pets,
no smoking. $1650/mo,
yearly lease. F/L/S Own-
er/agent. 305-304-9128
or305-304-6949.
Big Pine Large 2bd, 1 ba
on canal, concrete dock,
tile flooring thru-out,
fenced yard, c/AC, W/D.
$1600/mo 305-395-0816
BPK 3bd/2ba. Canal,
fenced. W/D h-up, work-
shop, easy bay access/
corian/tile. $1800/mo.
F/L/S. 305-304-1934.
BPK-3 Bd/2 full Baths
stilt home. Elevated
deck. House is on-two
wooded acres with a
natural pond in the Key
Deep Refuge. C/Air,
laundry rm & Storage rm.
Very quiet. No neighbors.
Just off Key Deer Blvd.
$1700/mo. F/L & $1K
sec. Call 304-2124 or
isafaripbellsouth.net
Cudjoe Key New con-
struction, 1700 sq ft. 3/2,
new furn/dock. Avail Nov.
1 st 1 yr lease $2500/mo.
F/L/S Brad Baker Remax
Keys to the Key.
Direct 305-745-8897
Duck Key 3/2 single
family home. Spacious
with garage, like new.
$2800/mo + util. FL/S.
Call 305-743-0235
Duck Key, 4/3
Waterfront, Dock, Pool,
Furn., garage. $3,900/
mo + util. Lease w/op-
tion.F/L/S, 305-395-1893
Key Largo 1/1 +den
newly renovated, cvd
porch All utils incl. No
pets. $1100.305-218-
1646 or 786-226-2360
Key Largo MM 103.5 2/1
with park access. $1300
per mo, utilities separate.
Avail. Sept 15th. Pets
allowed. 970-232-5998.
Layton 2BRI2BA,
waterfront, 50' dock,
W/D. $1,800 F/L/S Long
term. 305-394-3485
Marathon. 1/1 Cottage.
Unfurn, W/D, new appl., 2
A/C, large yard & wood
deck. Quiet, great loc. No
pets. $1100/mo + util.
F/L/S. Yrly Lease, Ref.
743-3008 or 304-6357
Marathon 2/2 + office,
W/D, DW, central ac, Ig
deck, parking. $1500 mo.
F/L/S. References. Call
Gordon Smith, Bascom
Grooms RE
305-304-3422
Marathon 3/2 Fully furn,
vacant now for viewing.
Rental starting Nov 1st,
$1795/mo. F/L/S
743-9424 ask for Todd

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710
Homes for Rent
Marathon 3/2 Newly
renovated waterfront,
fenced $2500/mo. F/L/S.
Also for sale $799,000.
Ed or Brenda 743-6332
Marathon 3/2 New wa-
terfront home (ocean),
with 50' dock/lift. Fea-
tures: marble floors,
stainless appliances, ful-
ly furnished ready for
long term rental. $2,500
month. 786-344-8879
Marathon 3/2 Nice, spa-
cious, w/ garage and
fenced yard. Pets ok.
$1900/mo + utils.
731-6368 or 731-6565
Marathon 3/2 on Gulf
side waterfront lot. Large
low maintenance yard,
room for boats.
$2100/mo.
678-628-3503

Waterfront
Marathon 3bd, 1.5ba
Furnished, deep water
canal, ocean side.
Seasonal, avail Oct 1.
F/L/S. $1600 mo utils
included. 305-234-1152
Marathon, Crane Point.
2/1.5, deck, porches,
yard, central air, use of
community area, small
pets ok. $1475/mo +
utils. Rita (305)849-3521
Marathon-Sisters
Creek. New 3bd, 2.5ba.
Ocean views with pool.
$1,850/mo. Several units
to choose from. Call
Dave: 305-731-5521
Marathon Tri-level 3/2
Furn, on canal, 3 doorsto
ocean. $2500/mo. F/L/S
Call 305-743-3271 or
954-465-1491

Waterfront
MM 90 B/S 3/3, chefs
kitchen, room for your
yachts. Sunsets year
round. 305-989-6028

IWaterfront
MM99. Oceanview. 3/2.
2200 sq ft, 2 canals &
dockage. $1900/mo +
util. 305-926-5183 or
305-304-4362
Summerland Key.
New 2/2 + office &
walk-in closet. On Niles
Ch. Canal/ Dock. C/Air,
no pets/smoke. $1600.
F/L + $1000/Sec.
305-872-2752
3/2 Canal front home
with 60 ft dock $2,600 mo
2/1 Canal mobile home
with dock $1,500 mo Fast
Ocean access! (Key Lar-
go MM 106) One year
lease. Bring your boat!
Call for details:
954-868-6578
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on our website

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710 ,
Homes for Rent
199 Fontaine Dr.- locat-
ed in Islamorada Village
on Lake Fontaine, ocean-
view 3bdrm & 3bth, tiki &
dock on canal w/ direct
ocean access.
$2300/mo- annual lease,
pis. call 305-592-4366
Miami, photos available
712 Mobile Homes
for Rent
Key Largo MH, 1/1 MM
95. $750 mo. + utils.
Free cable. Boat ramp.
No pets. 786-255-8921

IGREA #. I O
Marathon 1/1 w/ Fl room
on the water. Very nice.
Smoke free. $1000 mo +
utils, annual lease.
305-743-2933
Marathon. 1 Bd/1Ba
trailer. Key RV Trailer
Park. $750/mo. plus
utilities. $750 deposit.
305-360-7666.
Marathon.
Adult Park, no pets.
Must have references.
Call 305-743-6519
MM 93 o/s 2/1 with W/D,
fenced yard, no smok-
ing, pets ok. F/L/S $700.
+ util. 786-253-3042

*I Listing
Nice 3 bdrm, 2 bath, ac,
hot tub, Ige prvt back
yard. $1600 mo +sec
Oct 4 occupancy. Call
Richard 305-432-0023
725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent
A 2BR/1 BA duplex, MM
92.5, C-A/C, carpets,
clean. $1,150 mo. F/L
$575 sec. yr. lease
942-6088 Avail Oct 1
Affordable Apt, Mthn.
1/1 unfurn ground fir, like-
new, clean. Some util
incl. F/L/S. No pets, year
lease. 305-743-6088


Apt-Condo 2b/2b MM
98 2nd fl w/d, F/L/$500.
$1350 util extra, dock
avail, boat ramp, no pets
no smoke. 305-240-0711
Kcferry@earthlink.net
Big Pine Key available
immediately. Half duplex
2/1. Quiet, canal, private,
ground level, screen
room. $1250 F/L/S($600)
Min 6/mo lease.
845-255-0605
BPK 2/1 Canal front
duplex. Clean, quiet,
W/D hook-up, storage,
seawall. $1300/mo.
F/L/S. 706-969-9082
Canal 3/2 2nd fir, Mara-
thon, Irg open area kitch/
dining/living rm, screen
porch, W/D, DW, C-A/C
$1900 mo. incl utils. Avail
Oct. 305-923-6609


725 Apt-Condo -
Duplex for Rent

SListing
Canalfront 1/1, kitch/
dining/living, Indian
Waterways $900 + utils.
772-286-8439
Condo 1 BR/1 BA water-
front, dock, pool, off
Tavernier Creek. Annual
$1100 mo. F/L/S
Also for-sale $330,000
561-718-1617
Duck Key Condo 1 B/1B
part. furnished.
No pets/smokers.
F/L/S. $800/mo. Yr/lse.
305-743-4390
Grassy Key Studio Apt.
Completely renovated.
$825/mo. Utilities includ-
ed. No pets. Available
10-1. Call 215-514-5163.
Islamorada Duplex.
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath.
Near Islander Motel.
$1400/mo.
305-451-4555.

Waterfront-A
KCB-$1250/mo. Furn.
halfdup, 1/1, btdkg,W/D.
WIFI, Dig. Cbl. 77 Coral
Lane. Option to buy!
305-481-0723

WaterfrontA
Key Colony Bch. Large
half duplex, 1/1 on canal.
Furn/unfurn, W/D, min. 6
mo. lease. $1500/mo +
util/sec. 305-367-0266
Key Colony Beach,
2Bd/2Ba. Half Duplex.
Unfurnished.
$1500/mo. F/L/S.
Call 305-942-1060.
Key Largo "Besq/iew
In The Keys" MM98 Bay
side, the Rock Harbor
Club. 2/2, luxury condo,
beach, pool, tennis, and
more. 305-522-1795
Key Largo, MM102 1 bd,
1 ba unfurnished, newly
renovated, quiet location.
$875/mo incl utils. F/L/S.
305-731-9559 after 5pm
Key Largo, very nice 2/1
dplx, H/O park w/ ramp,
beach. $1400 incl until.
Pets OK. 305-942-6510
Layton Bayview 1/1 on
canal. Newly remodeled,
storage, community W/D,
$900 + utils. No smoke/
pets. 305-481-4843
Layton Cheerful CBS
1/1, FIrm, on canal in
quiet area. W/D. $900 +
utilities. F/L/S. N/S, no
pets. 480-200-9189
Long Key 2bd, 2ba
large 1500 sq ft apt,
bayview. $1400.
Bill 305-304-7530
Long Key MM 68.5.1/1
on canal, 105 S Layton
Dr. Great Location!
-$-1000/mo. F/L/S. Incl... -
water. 410-365-8268.

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1BR Efficiency Apt % ithi
Home Office Location
$2000/month + Utilities
Islamorada, NIMM8
2BR/2BA Furnished
$2000/month + Uttilities

MM 81, 1BR/1BA Apartment
$1400/Month + Utilities

Single Family Home
3BR/2BA Furnished
$2250/month + Utilities

Call Karrissa Hamilton @
island villa rental properties
(305) 664-3333 www.islandvilla.com










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725* Apt Condo 725 Apt Condo-
Duplex for Rent Duplex for Rent


Maretion 1/1 C/Air, W/D
hookup, parking in front,
pets OK, very clean.
$1100/mo F/L/S
304-8702
Marathon 1 Br/l Ba half
duplex, 43rd St Gulf.
W/D.hook-up & fenced in
yard. $825/mo. F/L/S.
305-S.94-3923.
Marathon 2/1 canal,
recent remodel, Irg
rooms, W/D, DW, C-A/C
$1700 mo incl utils. Furn
or unfum. Avail 1.0/1
305-923-6609
Marathon 2/1 half
duplex, 1stAve Gulf.
Fenced yard, W/D
hook-up. $1150/mo.
F/L/S. 305-394-3923
Marathon 2/2 duplex
newly remodeled, new
appi, W/D, ocean view,
waterfront/ dock, Som-
brero area $1800/mo. inc
yard service. 743-5076
or 904-669-6060
Marathon 2Bd/1 Ba.
Unfurnished, dockage.
$1600/mo + util. F/L/S.
May consider pets.
Call 305-743-0235
Marathon 2 bdrm apt
Both w/2 full size beds.
Fully furn, yearly, W/D,
air, good parking, util inc,
$1650/mo. Credit refs
cked, F/L/S, No pets.
609-697-8288
Marathon 2bed Newly
remodeled,clean, fncd
yard, carport, tile, W/D
hook-up, $1250 F/L/S no
pets. 481-5057
Marathon 5 room half
duplex for rent. $1400
mo. Yearly lease. Incl
gardener. 10855 6th Ave,
Gulf. LO5-743-5438
Marathon-Duplex,
2Bd/1 Ba. W/D.
Pets possible.
$1200/mo, plus F/L/S.
Call 305-395-1117
Marathon effcy
Clean. $625 includes
water. F/L/S.
743-2300
Marathon Move in Now
Weekly or monthly from
$225/week, all utilities
included. Fullyfum.
305-289-0800
Marathon Unfurn, large,
1 bd apt. Central location.
$1100/mo incl water &
garbage. Days 393-9345
evenings 743-6286.
Marathon Waterfront
efficiency. Pool, gated,
furnished/nice. $900/mo.
Incl. cable & util. Refs.
No pets/smoking. F/L/S.
305-219-4818.
MM 105 2BR/BAw/Ilg
porch & private yard,
c/ac, quiet street. util incl.
$1350 mo. F/US Avail
10/15954-549-8779
MM 105 efficiency w/
private yard,.utilitiep i
inct'aed. $690d m o.
S954-549-8779:
CALL CLASSIFIED 743-5551


MM 87200 2BR/1.5BA
condo, W/D, ss appl,
pool, tennis, security.
954-522-5101 or
954-525-8371

WaterirontA
MM 90 B/S 2/1,
furnished, utilities/cable
& dock space included.
Annual. 305-989-6028
Mth waterfront Part.
furn. studio. 40' Deep
dockage, $925/mo. No
pets, F/US 481-5057
Mthn-Coco Plum 2br
condo on water. Turn
key, furn, pool, ramp,
dock, tennis, cvd prkg
long or short term
772/337-2934
dallas1080@vahoo.com
Mthn. Directly on bay.
Large brand new 1/1.
Kitchen, living room, boat
slip. No pets. $1300 +
half elec. 743-3478.
Mthn Furn rm studio
Private entrance. Sm
pets neg $650/mo inc
elec, water/ basic cable.
F/L/$300 Sec. 942-3806
Port Largo MM 99.5 O/S
spacious 1/1 unfurn apt.
No pets or smoking
$1,100 incl utils F/L/$500
security 305-451-2491
1/1 on canal, boat slip
available. No pets. Avail
immed. LaundFy facility.
Central air. $800/mo +
$1350 sec. 743-7693

740 Roommates-
Rooms for Rent

Marathon 1 roommate to
share 3/2 $600/mo $600
dep, W/D. Must be em-
ployed and honest, no
smoke/pets. 896-6184
MM 106 3BR/2BAfurn
home. 2 rooms $650 mo.
ea Master BR $800 mo.
All + security.
847-828-5090
750
Vacation Rentals

Apt. studio MM 90. fall
equipped, cable tv, AC,
dockage, lagoon front w/
access to coean. Wk-
monthly 786-586-8230
Big Pine Key, Canal
front, 3/2, dockage for 21'
boat, 3 bay garage, large
walkaround screened
porch, fully furnished,
sleeps 6-8, minimum 28
days, available now.
305-872-3922

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750
Vacation Rentals

Big Pine Key MM 29
2/1, furn, on beautiful
wide, oceanside canal,
excellent location, dock.
$1600/mo 305-853-0953
Check out our weekly
and long term rentals at:
www.
IslandBreezeRenters.
Com ,call 305-743-8328
ESCAPE THE
CROWDS ... solar pow-
ered home in secluded
neighborhood in Key
Deer Refuge. 2BR/2Bath
on sailboat canal. Big
Pine/ No-Name Key.
Monthly. 561-736-0786
(day) 561-734-2652 (eve
& wknd)



Key Largo Gorgeous
furnished studio apt. Full
kitchen & bath, very
immaculate, open water
views on canal, use of
pool & boat ramp.
Utilitilies included. In
Keys but only half hour to
Miami. $1600/mo.
305-451-1586.
Key Largo Winter or
summer rental 3BR/2BA
or 2BR/2BA house on
canal w/direct ocean
access. 954-885-9591



Looking for a Rental-
Want to rent months of
Feb and March, water-
front, pool, 2 or more
bedrooms and baths.
Marathon to Key West
area. Have 2 small pets-
well trained. Contact:
Robin 410-829-8849
Marathon 1Bd/1Ba
furnished vacation home
w/washer& dryer.
Avail. Sept. thru Dec.
$1,500/mo, incl. util. &
phone (239)596-8140
Marathon private 2/2
tropical paradise. 60' of
dock, tiki, open water.
views. Winter & Summer
rental. 305-743-5444
Mobile Home 1/1 in Key
Largo park, screen rm,
ocean access, pool, ten-
nis. Utils & DSL incl. No
pets. $1200 mo. Oct thru
March. 786-255-8921
Sombrero Beach home
2Bd/2Ba with dock.
Within walking distance
to beach & shopping.
Short term or Long term
rental. 305-965-4621.

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r onthly/seasonal. (954) 801-6747
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790 Business 790 Business
Property for Rent Property for Rent


Aircraft Hangar/War-
house CBS bldg, con-
crete floor, bathroom,
door opens 40' wide,
drive in easily, storage/
wrkshp, side entrance to
street for office etc. Call
743-6088
Big Pine Key MM29.5.
1300 sq. ft. commercial
unit available soon. Call
305-395-3333 for more
information.
Commercial building
for rent 2400 sq ft. Doctor
office orfor retail sales.
8301 O/S Hwy Mthn. For
details: 305-289-0802



Commercial office,
500 s.f. 91421 Overseas
Hwy. $750 mo.
305-218-6202 cell
Commercial Space
Available Now. Approx
1500 sqft on US1 across
from John Pennekamp
$1500 mo plus elec.
305-522-1833
Elks lodge in Tavernier
hall for rent. 1 for 350
people $500.1 for 50
people $125. Plus
cleaning charges. Call
after 3 pm 305-852-1872
Marathon Overseas
Hwy exposure. Great lo-
cation 3rd generation
building, 700 sq ft.
$1250/mo. 481-5057
Prime office space adja-
cent to Marathon Cham-
ber of Commerce.
800sq.ft. great hwy visi-
bility, ample parking.
Only $1,600/month, call
743-5417 for more info or
to schedule appt.
Prime sales property for
lease on US 1 in Key Lar-
go, perfect for boat/car
sales. 305-453-3525
Retail / Office Space for
rent. Town Square Mall,
Marathon. Spaces from
450-3,600 sq ft. Newly
renovated bldg. 2 mos
free w/ 1 yr lease. Call
Linda at 305-304-5840
Retail Space 1250 sq ft.
by Marathon Main Post
Office for rent, contact
Bruce 305-395-2720 or
Dee Dee 289-6486

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Several opportunities
for retail or office space at
D'Asign Plaza, located at
11450 O/S Hwy@ MM
53. Suites range from
542' to 1262'. Call
D'Asign Source for more
information.
305-743-7130
795
Miscellaneous
Marathon RV Lot
For Rent.
From $600/mo.
Call 305-731-5042.
Waterfront RV Lot For
Rent MM 112.5 Fits 28ft
RV/Motorhome. Pool,
boat ramp, dockage
available. $800/mo
305-519-7813

800
REAL ESTATE SALES

810
Homes for Sale

A CBS 2/2 By Owner
1.5 lots, + guest qrts dn
w/full bath. 60' concrete
dock on canal, ocean, no
bridges. MM 27. $899K.
305-872-2750

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3 bed,, 2 bath on
stilts in Marathon.
155 mph wind load.
Hurricane windows
and doors.
Only
$380,000!
Call (305) 304-1928
(305) 872-9580


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ISLAMORADA MM 74
Ocean Views Deep Water Dock
S38R12BA Furn.- Gated community Pool
Weekly/Monthly from $3000 per week
www.lokeyestate.net 941-488-7695


810
Homes for Sale



Big Pine Key 2Bd/1.5Ba
CBS on a canal. For sale
by owner. Exc. condition.
$370K. Reasonable
offers considered.
Must See! 305-872-3609
BPK Eden Pine 2/2
Canal front, custom-built,
2-story CBS. Furnished,
low maint. 1635 Lantana.
$549K 941-302-4931
Long Key Waterfront
3Bd/2Ba CBS. 2 story,
concrete dock, seawall,
boat ramp, sewer in.
$645K. 386-439-9622

Waterfront
Marathon oceanfront
remodeled 3/2, 50' deep
water dockage, forever
views, hot tub, roof-top
deck, huge tiled patio.
Income-producing rental.
Sale orTrade, O.W.C.
$1.249mil. 732-262-1540
Palm Harbor Factory
Prices!!! Modulars,
Mobiles & Stilt Homes.
Call 800-622-2832
Stilt Homes. Modular &
Stilt Homes. 140 mph
zoning. We build, sell &
deliver. We do it ALL.
Eliminate builder
mark-up. Call the factory.
John Lyons
800-622-2832 ext. 210
Tavernier 2 story, 2/2 on
deep canal, 60' concrete
dock, 2 car garage, lots of
storage, excellent view.
$749K 561-994-0047
812 Mobile Homes
for Sale

Key Largo Mobile Home
2/1 6000sq ft, completely
remodeled. Cent A/C
room for a boat. Privacy
fence all around, de-
tached 3rd room w/A/C
MM104 Oceanside
$199K 786-473-4059
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812 Mobile Homes
for Sale

Marathon, lM47:
Galway Bay 55+ park,
Furn 2/2, 1400sq ft.
C/air, new tile, covered
porch. $79,000 plus lot
rent. 305-766-0650
MM47 Galway Bay 2004
Hurr built mobile on wa-
terfront/ dock $159,900
OBO 305-743-6200 mgr
Mthn 2/1 Furnished
New tile, patio,4parking
spots, living room, cov-
ered front deck. 1571 O/S
Hwy Info: 786-356-1680
2006-14'X60! 212; vinyl
siding, shingle roof, cen-
tral AC, many upgrades
added. Meets all, codes.
Must be moved.Asking
$50,000.305-743-2169.

825 *.Condo.
Duplex for Sale


Waterfront
A Mthn bl1 b updated
condo, c/ACs balcony
overlookswide canal,
pool, dock avail;across
from golf course. $276K.
Owner Pat 631-793-0360
Duck Key Condo 1 B/1B
1st floor, very clean,
tile, partially furnished.
Best buy on Island.
$349,900.305-743-4390
HAWKS CAY'-CONCH
SPA Like nevl water-
front, 2bd /2.5ba w/ great
rental history. $475K by
owner. 305-289-1526
Islamorada Duplex,
2 Bedrooms/1Bath.
Near Islander Motel.
$795,000.305-451-4555
KCB 1Bd/1 Ba.
$240,000.
Call 305-289-1741
for details.
KCB Casa Clara condo
2bd, 2ba. Must sell.
$520,000.305-289-1741
for details.
KCB Waterfront 1B/1B.
$360K/obo.
Owner financing avail.
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825 1.Condo -
Duplex for Sale



Key West condo 1
Bdrm. $238K. Low main-
tenance. 305-294-7130
or 305-509-1958.
Mthn Condo 2/1.5
Water view. Spacious &
Immaculate. Must see!
1200sf. $385K Owner
305-395-i'970
860 Out of State
for Sale



Branson'MO 2 duplexs
fully furn,lake front, 1031
exchange for condo,
house Keysarea.
pdouglas10 @sbcglobal.
net ph4l 3-478-3275 paul
880 Lots- Acreage
for Sale
Big Pine Key Lot with
PermitiRARE. Drs. Arm
canal, cleared, 3/2 CBS,
60x1 00 Reduced
$325,000'954-396-2292
Build your waterfront
.home w/ NO ROGO,
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Excl. Big Pine.
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Four TBRs for Sale.
Two Market Rate TBR's
for sale in Marathon.
Asking $150,000 each.
These units will allow you
to start building your new
home immediately. No
penalties to be paid to the
City. Best Price in
Marathon! I can do your
permitting and build your
new home too. Call Bill
Daniels at 305-481-0736
Marathon Market Rate
TBR, only $175K, seller
pays cost. CB Schmitt,
Pam Nada-Caley.
Call 305-304-9208.
Marathon vacant lot
with 2 TBR'S. $425K.
Terms negotiable.
Call 305-743-7563.
Oceanfront lot WITH
Bldg permit. All utilities
there. Key Largo Silver
Shores subdiv.
$599,900. Frank (954)
964-7649.
38'x 66' zone MH orRV
w/water, electric, cable &
sewage incl. 35 ft dock
use. Great for RV 40'
plus. Was $250K, Now
$240K! 760-340-1403
or 760-574-4915
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Commercial Fishing tender. 25 hp Merc. 2
2-lots-new modularoffice stroke. Very clean, low
12'X40' central A/C with hours, new bottom paint.
handicap bathroom, 5 $4500.305-942-9678.
new boat slips with water 13' 1986 Boston Whaler
and 30 amp electric to 2000 25HP Yamaha 4
each slip. Price reduced, stroke w/trailer. $4000
ownerfinancing. 305-743-6472
May consider trade. 16' Silver king Flats,
Call 305-481-7557 w/90 hp Yamaha, cover,
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1100 trolling motor. Exc. cond.
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w/2003F 115HP 4 stroke
Johnson. Call Shelter
Bay Marine, 743-7008
18.5' 2007 McKee Craft
Marathon. Yamaha 115,
4 strk w/ 6 yr warranty. 20
hrs. Garmin 498 map/
fish, cover, Cont. alum.
trailer. $23k OBO.
305-745-1762.
23' Aquasport Walk-
throught 200 hp John-
son, w/trailer, excellent
project boat $3000.
942-2546 or
305-853-0002.
23' Fiberglass Colosoa
1980 Prop in/out, with
trailer. $2000/obo.
481-6973
23' May-Craft 2003,
w/2003F 200HP Yama-
ha. Call Shelter Bay
Marine, 743-7008
24' Lake & Bay '06
bay boal, fully loaded,
runs great, exc. cond.
$46K, OBO. 393-0900.
25' Hydra Sport CC '99 2
225 evinrudes, low hrs.
auto pilot, windlass, trail-
er, 2 color GPS/finder.
$28,500 664-4601


26' 2007 Albin Center
console, 370 Volvo jack
shaft I/O dual prop. New
boat. Warranties incl.
Asking $130K.
Call Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales.
305-743-6368.
28' 2003 Parker CC,
Twin F225 Yamaha,
T-Top, Electronics,
trailer, excellent cond.
$67K. 305-743-3436
31' Ocean Master
Cuddy. Brand new,
rebuilt in 2006, new 250
Verados, full electronics,
custom built. Finished
bySpencer Marine.
Call Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.
32' Motor Yacht 1989
Excellent Condition!!
$27,900
305-745-1844

immaculate
34' 2006 Buddy Davis,
Center Console, Twin
275 Mercury Verado's.
Full Furuno electronics &
auto pilot. Turn Key
ready to go fishing. 50 hrs
on motors, w/warranties.
$250K value. Accepting
offers over $180K!
Call Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.


34' 2006 Fitz,
540;ummnpi isiesel
I A/C, generator, 26 k ot
S(rui s ~f 17'gallons/tour.
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35' 1969 Bertram. Fiber-
glass hull, twn Qetroit
diesels, 367gal fuel, 50
gal water. Clean, all elec.
$55k. Wstrbeak Gen. cell
410-903-6148 Marathon


60' Guthrie Sport Fish-
liveaboard, completely
refurbished. $80W00,
OBO. Health forces sale.
731-632-0066
Crest Pontoons
Ever wonder where all
the Crest Pontoons came
from? Ft. Myers.
800-955-7543
Houseboat Rental
Business For Sale.
Great Location in Key
Largo. Will sell business
or boats. Serious
inquiries only please.
Prices $15K-$22K.
Call 888-207-3251
I can help you sell your
boat &/or buy a new/used
boat. Marathori_all
Brad 305-481-6232.
Gulf Coast Yacht Sales
305-743-6368.
Marathon Houseboat
distress sale. Cant finish
restoration. Sound and
seaworthy, 36x12
Searoverw solid 85 Ya-
maha OB 410-353-8428
$6K/obo
1160
Sailboats
22' Catalina. Excellent
cond. New Mast, lights,
bimini, main sail cover,
SS boarding ladder, port-
a-potty(never used), 3
sails, 15 hp Mercury, low
hrs. Excellent running
condition. $550,obo.
305-743-0273
30' Hunter 1982 Self tail-
ing wenches, set-up for
single hand, auto helm,
new awl-grip, 20HP
Merc. $12K 743-9004
32'PDQ 1995 Sailing
Catamaran. $86K,
Aircon, Full Gaily, full
head, 2 showers &
dingy. KW,305-731-6795
1170 Outboard-
Inboard Engines
225 Evinrude Etec HO
25' sht., runs great, w/
controls, etc., Z-y?. warr.
$11K. 393-0900.
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Dock Rentals/Sales
Boat storage for rent.
Starting at $12/ft. Key
Largo. On site fuel-
services. For info:
866-343-4328.
Coco Plum Legal Livea-
board slip. Deep Water
Dock. $550/mo.
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Dock Rentals/Sales
Dockominium 60 ft
Conchtarbor marina key
west bight (slip 31) Will
not last $599k call Rob
813-486-3531
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Live aboard dockage,
protected deep water,
MM 92.5 oceanside.
305-853-5604
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Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
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Largo. 4 ft. draft. Live-
aboards accepted. Must
be in good condition and
mobile. $500 per month
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AA Dave buys permits
So Atl 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
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Commercial fish zoned
storage yard for rent.
MM 25 on US1. Forklift
for $4,950. Trap bouys
$.50 cents ea.
305-289-0064
Gated Storage
Boats, RVs, trailers. For
best rates call Gary
305-304-3610
Kayak, Sea Eagle 280X
- rated class 5 white
water, 12', inflatable
$400.305-304-9598
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Miscellaneous
Liveaboard Docks w/
covered deck area. New
private bathhouse. Free
washer/dryer for res.
$585.305-731-3386
Marine Contractor
Shutting Down -
Bargains On Every-
thing, including parts.
Everything must go!!!
Cranes, barges, push
boats, drill rigs, dredges,
2 Menzi mucks, 2 very
large excavators, floata-
tion foam. Many other
misc. items. 743-0354 or
305-896-1757
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
Stone Crab Business.
32' 1986 Cat Limbo, 3208
Cat. 1240 Stone Crab
certs, type B. Approx.
275 traps. Many extras.
$34K. 727-992-6153.
Wanted used RIB
inflatable, also wanted
pairprops 1 3/4 inch bore
X23 or close. Call
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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.
92 Cadillac Allante pearl
wht Convertible. Ask for
photos at captr2@aol.
com Mint, 80K miles,
$13k B/O. 305-743-8438
02 Nissan Maxima Pow-
er windows/doors, A/C,
stereo. $9600 OBO
305-664-1204
95 Honda Accord EX.
Good condition. $3300
OBO. Call 732-299-0595
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96 Ultraglide
13K miles, 06' 6x12 Pace
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2002 Harley Sportster XL 1200S.
More than $2,800 in Screaming
Eagle upgrades. 15,500 miles. Mid-
life crisis over. $6,299 OBO. Call
Bob at 942-9081.
2006 Toyota Tunira double cab.
Like new. 4.7 liter, towing package,
leather pkg., 20-inch SS wheels.
White. Only 7,00..Save thousands.
Truck sold for $28,500 new. Will
sacrifice at $23,5b0: Contact Joe
at 293-2915 or 294-6054.
1971 Torino 351 !Cleveland.
Automatic, two door. $2,500 OBO.
Call Ray at 395-9408.-.
1986 Mustang GT, 5.0 5-speed, T-
Tops. 1993 front conversion, new
front brakes, tires, BBK headers, H-
pipe, Flowmaster" mufflers, new
paint. $3,600 BO. Call Ray at
395-9408.
2007 Buell Lightning Long
XB12Ss. Black, 12d3cc, mint cond.,
still under warranty. Extremely low
miles 1,297. Don't ride enough to
justify keeping.it. Just want payoff.
$8,300. Below NADA blue book.
Will throw in helmet & riding vest, a
$320 value Call Dwayne (330)
931-2819.
1978 El Camino. New engine.
Auto, dual exhaust, headers, Flow
Master mufflers. New tires, rims.
$2,500 OBO. Call Kevin at 293-
2226, 293-2067 pr 294-4001.
2003 Honda CBR, 600rr. Low
miles, super clean. $5,600 OBO.
Call Ricky at (787) 948-0743.
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cab
Laramie, .5.71 V-8 OHV 16v Fl
engine. Like new. Silver. Just
18,000 mi. $1,500 upgraded dual
exhaust & cold air intake for in-
creased horse power;,fuel efficien-
cy. Towing pkg. Installed sport pkg.
22-in. alloy wheels. Navigation sys-
tem. Infinity sound system with
audio steering wheel controls,
cruise control. Fog lamps, leather
int., custom running boards, bed
liner, dual power/heated seats.
Kelly blue book p'ivate-party value
$22,970 without upgrades. Simply
will not find lower mileage and
Laramie package for this price.
Selling for $22,250. Call Kevin at
(912) 220-2190.
2003 Suburban LS. All power, all
leather. Quad seating. Extra clean.
78,000 .miles. $15,000 OBO. Call
Chris at (727) 510-8118.
2006 Pontiac G6. Power doors,
windows. Remote starter. Sunroof,
CD. Plenty of extras. $15,000. Call
(760) 696-2876 or stop the Boca
Chica Marina to view slip A-30.
2002 Chevy Tahoe, V-8, 5.3 liter,
silver/pewter. Pwr windows, locks,
& memory seats. Towing package.
OnStar and phone. Second owner.
All maintenance records kept.
92,000 miles. KBB and NADA quot-
ed at $16,500, asking $15,500.
Call Trey at 849-1130.
2001 Jeep GrndlC Cherokee.
White, 4x4 with trailer hitch. Good


condition. $6,700 OBO. Call 872-
3639.
2004 Toyota Tacoma pick-up
truck. Double cab, 4 dr. Cruise con-
trol, power windows & locks, bed
liner. 43,000 miles. Exc. condition.
$17,000. Call Jim at 295-0747 or
(904) 728-0898.
1995 Ford F-150XL, White. Cold
A/C. Less than 55,000 original
miles. Made it through Wilma (did-
n't go under). Has quite a bit of rust.
Good work truck: Quoted at $2,800,
asking $2,500. Please call Nick at
849-3109.


1995 PDQ 32 sailing catamaran.
Great live-aboard vessel with air
cond., dinghy and outboard. Great
cruising catamaran w/many extras.
Located in Key West. Call 731-6795
or see her on line at www.sail-
share.com/PDQ32Keywest.html.
2006 23 Sport Pro-Line with
Honda 200 4-stroke motor. Roughly
100 hrs on motor. Hard T-Top. Rod
& reels, tackle boxes, anchor, rope.
All you need is here. Must sell.
Transferring overseas. $39,000.
Call Wesley Nortman at (904) 537-
5701.
2005 21CC Triumph with Yamaha
150 and aluminum 2-axle trailer. 3-
yr warranty on boat, trailer & motor.
T-top, GPS/VHF, new CD player.
Dual bat/trim tabs/salt-water wash
Take over payments of $259/mo..
Ready to go. Call 745-8690.
2005 252 Wellcraft Coastal. 300
HP with 30 hours. Asking $55,000.
Call Nick or Amy at 407-8021.


Select items for sale: Samsung
mini DVD camcorder, takes video &
pictures $120. Dirt Devil carpet
shampooer, used twice $30. Tod-
dler Dora bed $15. Call Amanda at
896-0325.
55-gallon fish tank. Wet/dry filter,
stand and accessories included.
$200. Call 294-3828.
3-pc Ashley living room set.
Beige micro fiber couch, love seat,
and one chair. Great cond. Just 2
yrs old. Paid $1,700. Asking $700.
Call Jason at 395-0582.
Combit tandem double stroller.
Gray & pink, only used twice. Paid
$210. Asking $150. Call 292-6356.
Real wood file cabinet. Two-
drawer style. Approx. 2 ft. in height,
includes file folders. $40 OBO. Call
872-3639.
Select items for sale: Whirlpool
washer, dryer $75 ea. or $150 for
the set, ready for pick up Sept. 22.
Kitchen table (no chairs) $30.
Stainless-steel Sharp mircowave -
$50. Everything must go. Trans-
ferring overseas. Please call 292-
6356 with best offer.
Reduced price. Tippman A-5
Paintball gun kit. 3 yrs old, includes
the following: mask, six-pod belt,
three C02 bottles, air hose attach-
ment, carrying case. Flatline barrel,
MP5 stock. Works perfect. Value of


items $600; will sell for $275. Call
Jason at 395-0582 or e-mail navy-
police01@yahoo.com for pictures.
Select items for sale: 2004
Whirlpool washer, dryer $300
OBO. Push lawnmower $70 OBO.
Baby clothes for a boy aged to 12
months and jumperoo $30. Please
call 395-0028 or 395-0027.
12-in color Magnavox TV & sepa-
rate Magnavox VCR. Perfect cond.
& picture. Don't have room for 2
EVs in new apartment. $50 or BO
takes them. You pick up. 394-7051.
Oak entertainment center, meas-
ures 54" W x 44" T x 17" D. Asking
$100. Please call 395-6364.
Used bike for sale. Call Jack for
details at 292-0702.
All kinds of goodies for sale!
Sony 200-disc CD player, rarely
used, works perfect $40. Zenith
DVD player $10. Sears LXI 20"
color V, works great except remote
controls won't work with it (struck
by lightning) $30. Electric scooter
- needs new back tire, but runs
perfect otherwise $75. Nintendo
game console with games, gun for
Duck Hunt, all cords, and storage
case. Go retro $75. Call 797-
8560.
55-gallon fish tank. Includes: fil-
ters, lights, foliage, stand. Excellent
condition. Paid $600, asking $250.
Must sell. Call 395-8965.


Housing Wanted. Need 2 bedroom
furnished rental. Long-term lease
starting Dec. 1. Prefer Key West
Golf Club. Call Susan at 923-1548,
Leslie at 923-1450, or e-mail ihop-
kw@bellsouth.net.


3/2 canal-front stilt home in
Sugarloaf (MM 19.5). Davits, fish
cleaning station, easy access to
ocean. Spacious 1,500 sq. ft. with
additional 600 sq. ft. in workshop/
enclosure: Completely renovated &
maintained. Within walking dis-
tance to Elementary and Middle
schools. Asking $795,000, which
includes a 2003 Yamaha LX210 jet
boat. Can be on the water within
minutes. Call A.J. or.Dawn at 745-
7562 for more info and pictures.
2/1 canal-front condo in Mara-
thon. Boat docking space (on a first
come basis). Pool. 1 block from
Sombrero Beach. Convenient to
schools, shopping & beach. For sale
by owner. $325,000. Must b6 able
to obtain your own financing. Call
Russ or Darlene at 296-1888.
1/2 with separate loft located at
Bay Point (MM 15). Fenced yard.
Asking $350,000. Call Kelly for
more information at 797-3090.
2/2 canal-front home with easy
access to open water. Double-sized
lot in quiet neighborhood in heart of
wildlife refuge. 3625 Treasure
Island St., Big Pine Key. Listed at
$559,000. Call John at 684-8663.
3/2 stilt house on Big Coppitt (MM
10). Built in 2004. Quiet neighbor-


hood, central A/C, security system,
beautiful kitchen, balcony, carpet-
ing, walk-in closets, W/D, new
metal roof, sliding hurricane shut-
ters. Spotless, high and dry. Low
maintenance yard. $460,000.
Highly motivated seller. Call Scott at
394-3167.
3/2 home on Big Pine Key. Quiet
neighborhood. Great for kids, pets.
Plenty of storage. 1,428 sq. ft. Many
new upgrades, metal roof, deck,
appliances and more. $416,000 or
possible lease with option. See pic-
tures at forsalebyowner.com or call
Trina or Nathan for more info at
587-6908.
2/1 CBC House $399,950. Two
fenced lots 50 x 100. One lot clear.
Central A/C. Attached office/studio
with A/C. 14' x 29' screened and
tiled Florida room. Contact Dale and
Major at 304-6892.


Room for rent in 3/2 canal-front
house on Key Haven w/swimming
pool. Wireless high-speed internet,
Comcast high-definition cable
installed. 2-person canoe available
for use. No storage. Only what can
fit in the bedroom. No deposit or
final month's rent required. $800/
month, plus 1/3 utilities. Active-
duty military, responsible male or
female. Call (330) 931-2819.
Room for rent in New Town Key
West. Shared kitchen, bath. Drug
free, responsible adults only. $800/
month, which includes all utilities.
Available now. Call 797-7539.


Canal, lake-front 3/2 with central
air, heat. Storage room. $1,900/
month. 2-month security deposit.
Call 872-9316 for details.
2/2 unfurnished duplex in quiet
Casa Marina area. Pets allowed
with permission. No flood damage.
Washer/Dryer hookups, front & rear
decks, private yard and entrances,
off-street parking. Available now.
$1,700/month, plus electric and
water. Call Charles at 304-8405 or
Carol at (239) 269-5632.
Furnished home at 19557 Mayan
Street on Sugarloaf Key (MM 19).
Close to school, track, baseball,
wildlife refuge. One block from
beach, boat ramp. Fenced yard.
Pets OK. Extra lot for vehicles, RV or
boat. $1,800/month. $900 deposit.
One-year lease. Call 304-6892.
Large 2/2 condo with balcony at
La Brisa Condominiums on Key
West. This unit offers a pool, spa,
tennis court, separate storage unit,
private, covered parking spot.
Steps from Smathers Beach. Small
pets OK. Available Oct. 1, $1,900/
month with annual lease. F/US
required. Call Robin at 296-7975.
1/1 private condo in comfortable,"
five-unit compound with pool. Like-
new interior, features travertine tile,
built-in microwave, glass-top
range, and washer, dryer. French
doors open onto private deck and
garden area. $1,300/month. Call


Terance or Gwen at 393-9444 or
(850) 668-1579.
2/1 historic home in Old Town Key
West w/large pool, patio and deck.
Spacious 7,700 sq-ft yard, land-
scaped w/tropical palms and fruit
trees. Completely surrounded by a
privacy wall. Kitchen is appointed
w/gas range, dishwasher &.stain-
less refrigerator. 2 adjoining build-
ings can be used for storage. Pool
service & gardening service includ-
ed. $2,600/month. Call Terance or
Gwen at 393-9444 or (850) 668-
1579.
2/2 stilt house for rent on Cudjoe
(MM 27). Located on canal, central
A/C, hot tub, W/D, microwave. Pets
allowed. $1,800/month plus utili-
ties. Call (904) 718-4757 or (904)
262-2811.
3/3 townhouse in new, gated Coral
Hammock community. Spacious
1,420 sq. ft. Convenient to NAS
Boca Chica, shopping, Sigsbee.
Master bedroom w/balcony down-
stairs, 2 bedrooms w/balcony up-
stairs. Pool, pavilion access. 1-year
lease preferred but will accommo-
date active duty orders. $2,800/
mo. $750 security. Call 747-0555.
2/1 ocean-front luxury condo at
"Key West by the Sea." Fully fur-
nished, avail. immediately through
Dec. 31. Located directly across the
street from Smatheris Beach. Fifth-
floor, corner unit with a 180 degree
view of the Atlantic & Gulf. Hem-
ingway style furnishings. Perimeter
security, parking, elevator & more.
$1,500/month, which includes all
utilities, taxes with two month com-
mitment. Call Dave at (919) 349-
6824 or log on at davec @coven-
tor.com for details and a brochure.
1/1 ocean-front luxury condo at
"Key West by the Sea." Fully furn-
ished, long-term rental, avail, im-
mediately. Located directly across
the street from Smather's Beach.
5th floor unit with a 1800 view of
the Atlantic and Gulf. Hemingway-
style furnishings. 2 large lap pools
& 2 tennis courts on site. Perimeter
security, parking, elevator, and
more. Located next to the Sheraton
Suites w/access to services, tours,
scooters and bike rentals, etc.
$1,500/month, which incl. cable.
Shorter-term rental possible. Sem-
per Fi. Call Dave at (919) 349-6824
or log on at davec@coventor.com
for details and a brochure.
3/2 unfurnished stilt home on Big
Pine Key. Elevated deck. House is
on two wooded acres with a natural
pond in the Key Deer Refuge.
Central A/C. Laundry room, storage.
House is on a full slab. No neigh-
bors. Very quiet. Just off the main
road. $1,700/month. First, last and
$1,000-security deposit. Call 304-
2124 or isafari@bellsouth.net.
2/1 corner house at MM 27.
Downstairs, large fenced yard,.pets
OK. Beautiful views, quiet neighbor-
hood, dry lot, public boat ramp just
1 block away. F/US. $1,500/month,
which includes utilities. Contact
872-4148 or 745-3340.
3/1 corner house at MM 27.
Upstairs, large fenced yard, pets
OK. Beautiful views, quiet neighbor-
hood, dry lot, public boat ramp just
1 block away. F/US. $2,100/month,


which includes utilities. Contact
872-4148 or 745-3340.
2/1 unfurnished canal stilt home
on Big Pine Key. Spacious living
areas and kitchen. Vaulted ceilings,
screened wrap-around porch over-
looking canal. Lg. master bedroom
w/walk-in closet, entrance to front
porch overlooking preserve. New
paint inside & out. Blonde laminate
wood floors throughout, W/D, cen-
tral A/C, heat, wood privacy fence.
Dock on deep canal, garden. Out-
door shower, large screened work
area. Immaculate. Quiet with pre-
serve on 3 sides of the house. Only
5 minutes from U.S. 1 & shopping.
A real "home" with lots of Carib-
bean charm. 1-yr lease. $1,800/
month, plus utilities.Available Sept.
1 F/US. Call Jasmine at 923-9589.
2/1 unfurnished, upper duplex on
Cudjoe Key. Central A/C. Canal-
front living. No pets. F/L/S. $1,300/
month. Call Steve at 745-3009.
2/1.5 house for rent on Big Pine
Key. Furnished. Fenced yard.
Month-to-month rental avail. Aug.
16. $1,450/month, which includes
utilities and cable. Call (252) 305-
7760.
Efficiency for rent on Sugarloaf
(MM 20). Quiet, very clean with off-
street parking. F/US. $900/month,
which includes utilities and cable.
Call 745-1553.
2/2 duplex in Casa Marina area.
Roomy, quiet, unfurnished, pet
friendly, W/D hookup, front and rear
decks, private yard, off-street park-
ing. Available now. $1,700/month,
plus electric and water. Call 304-
8405 or (239) 269-5634.
2/2 stilt home on Big Pine Key at
Tropical Colony. Large fenced yard,
ample parking below the house.
Surrounded by refuge property in
quiet neighborhood, no immediate
neighbors, centralA/C, newly pain-
ted, tiled floors, screened porch
with tile floors. Pets OK. Avail: Oct.
1. F/L/S. $1,800/mo. plus utilities.
Call for details or an appointment
515-2894 or cell (727) 418-7520.
1/1 apartment, just right for two.
Beautifully furnished, screened-in
patio, central A/C, W/D, walk-in
closets, ceiling fans, granite coun-
ters, stainless-steel appliances.
Shared pool in tropical setting. Year
lease. $1,650/mo., which includes
utilities. Call 942-9916 or 294-
8756.
2/1 on second floor. Storm shut-
ters, quiet, just painted, tile floors,
shared pool in tropical setting.
Balcony, ceiling fans, central A/C,
off-street parking. Annual lease.
$1,600/month. Call 942-9916 or
294-8756.


Ideal part-time government
employment for busy parent. Do
you have young children in school
and want to be home when they
finish their day? Well, the NAS
Commissary on Sigsbee has an
opening for. a part-time secretary,
24 32 hours/week. This is a GS-5
level position. Ideal candidate
should have knowledge of office
automation equipment and com-
puter skills with different.applica-
tions, including word processing,


graphics, spreadsheets, and data-
base program. Call Commissary
Store Director Nadine Johnson at
293-4402 for more detaii id
instructions on how to apply.
Motorcycle safety/driver
improvement instructor at NAS
Key West. Must have current
Motorcycle Safety Foundation
(MSF) qualification and own a
motorcycle. Individual will also be
required to instruct driver improve-
ment courses. Training provided.
Please e-mail resumes to ron.
cooke@navy.mil or call 293-2433.
Volunteers needed at the NASKW
Navy/Marine Corps Thrift Shop at
1083 Sigsbee Road. For those
Interested in donating their time,
please contact Ann Golden at 745-
3583. No act of kindness, no matter
how small, is ever wasted.
Cleaners needed for all shifts in
Key West area. Call (860) 828-8496
for local interview.
Baggers needed. Due to spring
transfers, NAS Key West commis-
sary needs baggers. If interested,
pick up application from Ken or
Susan at the commissary. _,,
Cleaners wanted. Full, part time.
Key West location. Positions avail-
able for all shifts. Supervisor with
on-call responsibility also required.
Call (860) 828-8496 for local inter-
view.

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GP Cleaning Services. We handle
homes and offices. Call Gladys for
an appointment or more informa-
tion at 296-3869. "Free Smiles."
In-home child care with responsi-
ble adult. References available
upon request. Call Vicky at 294-
3828.
Professional photographer. Wed-
dings, events, family portraits, sen-
ior pictures. No job too big or too
small. Call for more info. at 395-
0304 or e-mail nikkipikkil979@
yahoo.com. _.
Save your money while you help
save the earth. Cleaning products
from Shaklee. Non-toxic, natural,
concentrated, biodegradable, hypo-
allergenic, no phosphates, no chlo-
rine. For a free brochure, e-mail:
adajose@aol.com.
Family/childlsenior/pet portraits
and event photography by active-
duty wife. Beautiful photos, afford-
able rates, military discount. More
info/pricing at www.simplelifepho-
tography.com, or call Jennifer at
293-1392. Now scheduling holiday
sessions. Limited number still
available.
Need some extra money? Have
stuff lying around you just want to
get rid of? Thinking eBay, but don't
have the time or don't know how
it's done? No worries. I will sell it for
you. Call Jennifer at (352) 551-
8119 (cell) or 294-7728 (home).
Pampered Chef. See our new cat-
alog and earn free products by
hosting a catalog show. Call Vicky
Dudley at 294-3828.
No time to clean? Weekend
housecleaning services now avail-
able. Base access, reliable. Former
housing inspector. Call Carmen
Garcia 896-1589.
Military uniform and civilian
clothes alterations. ii -(,i'.'1


NAS KEY WEST CLASSIFIEDS are lree loi aclwe-duty & relied personnel, Iher laml&es& cliulan base employees only. Deadline lor submissions is noon the rues. prior o Ihal Friday s ibsue Make submissions
to the NAS Key Wesi Public Afairs Olice. P.O. Box 9001 Key Wesl. FL 3304--9q1:ipr lax submissions to 293-2627: or e-mail limolhy I.oxl@'naey mil. Unless oiherw-e directed. ads will run [or 4 issues. N3me
& phone number musI accompany all requests in order lor them to be considered tor publicallon. For more inlo.. call 293-2434.


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